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The former Portuguese colony and seaport had become a special district of China a few years earlier.
She had to cross the Atlantic in that year, and stopped on some business in the harbor of Portsmouth, an English seaport.
Goods sell at Chihuahua at about 200 per cent, on the prices of our Atlantic seaport towns.
According to one of their own traditions Eridu, originally a seaport, was their racial cradle.
At last she said, 'Give us some sea songs; she comes from a seaport town, and will maybe like them better.'
On April 22, the bishop, with one companion, left the seaport for his first journey in the land of his adoption.
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The seaport town of San Francisco, which had been well filled, was practically deserted overnight.
HISTORIC ADVENTURESRUPERT S. HOLLAND
Only after fighting a path through other towns and a long march did they reach the seaport of San Blas.
HISTORIC ADVENTURESRUPERT S. HOLLAND
In 1634 Charles I. issued a writ levying ship-money, so called, on some seaport towns, without act of Parliament.
Leaving that city therefore, he went to a seaport two leagues distant, in order to embark for Lubeck.

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