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" ... so well did these cavaliers fare. No sooner had they alighted, than beds were prepared for their repose, and their horses were supplied with green barley pulled out of the field. The Kafilah travellers were contented to lodge on the ground, and expressed... "
A Journey from Bengal to England: Through the Northern Part of India ... - Page 229
by George Forster - 1808 - 334 pages
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A Journey from Bengal to England, Through the Northern Part of ..., Volume 1

George Forster - India - 1808
...out of the field. The Kafilah travellers were contented to lodge on the ground, and expressed tb&r thanks for permission to purchase what they required;...the Ganges*. Fish abound in this part of the Jumna, ať I myself 'saw : but I believe the adjacent inhabitants do not use any means of catching them. No...
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The Sewanee Review, Volume 4

Literature - 1896
...Democratic party in the South hegan about ten vears ago, and its form was the familiar one of a contest between those who were in and those who were out of power. This was accompanied by a healthier tone on the part of the influential press, which no longer hesitated...
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