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Don't we go to the township for a few little necessaries an' have a drink on the whole thing?
The additions to the population of the township had created fresh wants, hitherto unknown among these dwellers in poverty.
THE COUNTRY DOCTORHONORE DE BALZAC
The township trustees, 1016 in number, are ex-officio overseers of the poor.
The present city, chartered in 1894, was originally a part of the township.
The introduction of the township was probably due to the fact that a number of New Yorkers participated in the convention.
Im Constable Hedden of Analomick township, and you fellers was running nigh onto forty miles an hour.
Brockton was a part of Bridgewater until 1821, when it was incorporated as the township of North Bridgewater.
Had it been a case of rescuing from horrible danger any other two women in the township, would he have been so eager?
We have in Lancashire the township of Bickerstaffe, and an adjoining wood named Bickershaw.
There was a proposition in a township there to discontinue public schools because they were too expensive.
MARK TWAIN'S SPEECHESMARK TWAIN (SAMUEL CLEMENS)

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