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Page 539 of Peterson Magazine Vol. 94, Issue 6 [page]

1888 Peterson Magazine  
‘For three days—and they were merry ones—we all stopped where we were.  ...  So off I jumped, and he rode; was place more warmly welcomed Ahan Cul- away.  ... 

Page 432 of Forest and Stream; A Journal of Outdoor Life, Travel, Nature Study, Shooting, Fishing, Yachting Vol. 37, Issue 22 [page]

1891 Forest and Stream; A Journal of Outdoor Life, Travel, Nature Study, Shooting, Fishing, Yachting  
Down in bottom Paul dropped to a point and birds flushed wild further on; then he dropped to a point, roaded on, and a single got up as he was passing to the left of it, and he should have done closer  ...  By some woods Count did the same, but roading on, at edge of woods he caught up with the birds and pointed; below him Rap nailed a single,wbich soon Rap dropped to a single, McMurdo fired and missed, dog  ... 

Page 93 of New York Mirror; A Weekly Gazette of Literature and the Fine Arts Vol. 12, Issue 12 [page]

1834 New York Mirror; A Weekly Gazette of Literature and the Fine Arts  
Three guns were fired, one after another, for a pilot, but none || came, and a squall coming on, we were forced to-stretch off-and-on the land all night.  ...  no defence of them attempted ; but that the inhabitants should retreat || to the mountains, meeting at some general rendezvous by him ap- pointed.  ... 

Page 167 of Forest and Stream; A Journal of Outdoor Life, Travel, Nature Study, Shooting, Fishing, Yachting Vol. 47, Issue 9 [page]

1896 Forest and Stream; A Journal of Outdoor Life, Travel, Nature Study, Shooting, Fishing, Yachting  
By this time I the range of my rifle, and when he stopped at a point fully 850yds. away I took a good steady aim and pulled the trigger.  ...  ctllv-bant etoot After going about a mile, Johnny suggested we go on alone, while he went back to bring up the horses, ap- pointing a rendezvous with us in a-bunch of quaking asp trees in the distance  ... 

Page 8 of Spirit of the Times Vol. 10, Issue 27 [page]

1840 Spirit of the Times  
He again made a short charge, but, receiving our fire, turned off, and made for a large plain on ourleft.  ...  join us, when our fat friend, as the animal came within range, taking a steady aim, fired, and hit the buffalo on the muzzle: he immediately stopped, shook his head, and, turning short round, rushed into  ... 

Page 278 of Forest and Stream; A Journal of Outdoor Life, Travel, Nature Study, Shooting, Fishing, Yachting Vol. 44, Issue 14 [page]

1895 Forest and Stream; A Journal of Outdoor Life, Travel, Nature Study, Shooting, Fishing, Yachting  
., and n getting the necessary stores on board, not forgetting a fresh uppty of coal-oil and water. uesday, Aug. 21 was bright and fair, with a stiff breeze from the westward.  ...  to keep clear of the sunken rocks that make off from the point.  ... 

Page 282 of Forest and Stream; A Journal of Outdoor Life, Travel, Nature Study, Shooting, Fishing, Yachting Vol. 40, Issue 13 [page]

1893 Forest and Stream; A Journal of Outdoor Life, Travel, Nature Study, Shooting, Fishing, Yachting  
C. recognized, and it was voted that the matter be dropped. Mr. Kreuder, as a committee on game laws, reported progress.  ...  Whether the pride inherent in all good hunt- ing dogs, caused shame to be found hunting with such a de- vice in his mouth, or if the excitement of the chase caused forgetfulness and dropping of stick,  ... 

Page 171 of None Vol. 32, Issue 1629 [page]

1888 None  
She had almost reached her rendezvous of the day before when a consciousness of some neigh- boring human presence recalled her to herself.  ...  “T think papa unreasonable, hard-hearted, and all that, but f can’t forget that I am-Reuben Fen- triss’s daughter.” “ Listen to me, little one,” said her companion, “T want you to forget it.  ... 

Page 8712 of Scientific American Supplement Vol. 21, Issue 546 [page]

1886 Scientific American Supplement  
In this way one avoids a shower of boiling drops, that form on the ground a torrent of water and steam, which is lost in the Fire-Hole.  ...  . | A few tourists camped, as we did, under the pines on | the shore of Fire-Hole River.  ... 

Page 214 of Catholic Educational Review Vol. 7, Issue 27 [page]

1833 Catholic Educational Review  
We edged our way on through the press, carried about in the open areajof the church by every tide that rushed in from the various doors, till we stopped in a thick eddy in the centre, almost unable to  ...  Don’t forget the mut there, Mr. Beddle.” This put mein mind that I had been off sounding several times in the long muddy lane; and my boots were in a sweet pickle. it was now old Capt.  ... 

Page 263 of London Reader of Literature, Science, Art and General Information Vol. 23, Issue 584 [page]

1874 London Reader of Literature, Science, Art and General Information  
We can find a field for usefulness almost anywhere. In occupa- tion we forget our cares, our worldly trials and our sorrows. It keeps us from constantly worrying and brooding over what is inevitable.  ...  Deserve success, and it will not rise like a rocket, or go down like a bullet fired from a gun; slowly but surely it makes its round, and never tires.  ... 

Page 6 of National Police Gazette Vol. 34, Issue 96 [page]

1879 National Police Gazette  
The work of extermination was begun promptly. | The company raided the point, and in the attack upon _ High’s place quite a number of shots were fired, and | it was told that two or three of the gang were  ...  tee At McKavitt, Tex., on the léth, = while Constable Cisco wus taking Andrew Burns to jail the latter broke away. Cisco drew a pistol and commanded him to stop.  ... 

Page 86 of None Vol. 15, Issue 735 [page]

1871 None  
I had now almost got into the road, when out of the darkness I heard a low call for water; I hastened to the spot, and in a ditch found a man lying on his back, breathing heavi ly.  ...  Slung at my waist was one of my large saddle-bags, which contained charpie, instruments, etc. ; a whole body bandages, a bottle of brandy at each side, and a large flask of water, completed my equip- forget  ... 

Page 311 of Leslie's Weekly Vol. 43, Issue 1111 [page]

1877 Leslie's Weekly  
Bennett, through his agent, ran his adversaries, one and all, off the field, and came in victorious on the home-stretch, on a final bid of $11,500, thus closing the proceedings of the evening.  ...  —To eat an orange, thrust a fork in at the stem, and turn the peel down over the hand from the opposite point.  ... 

Page 102 of New Outlook Vol. 36, Issue 5 [page]

1887 New Outlook  
It is a pleasant walk, if one could but keep one’s memory off the past, down a leafy vale and into a fair wide plain dotted over with grazing cows, At one side is a rectangular space planted all around  ...  The distant sound of the firing in Auray was dreadful, and people shuddered at it, and looked one another fearfully in the face.” So writes an early chronicler of the event.  ... 
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