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" Russelsville, distant more than a hundred miles, had driven upwards of three hundred hogs to be fattened on the pigeons which were to be slaughtered. Here and there the people employed in plucking and salting what had already been procured, were seen... "
A History of Muhlenberg County - Page 117
by Otto Arthur Rothert - 1913 - 496 pages
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Time's Telescope

Almanacs, English - 1828
...different camps on the borders. Two farmers from the neighbourhood of Russelsville, distant more than one hundred miles, had driven upwards of three hundred hogs to be fattened on pigeon meat ; and here and there the people, employed in picking and salting what had already been...
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The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction, Volume 9

Reuben Percy, John Timbs - Literary Criticism - 1828
...different camps on the borders. Two farmers from the neighbourhood of Russelsville, distant more than one hundred miles, had driven upwards of three hundred hogs to be fattened on pigeon meat; and heie and there the people, employed in picking and salting what had already been procured,...
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Buffon's Natural history, corrected and enlarged by J. Wright. (To which are ...

Georges Louis Le Clerc (comte de Buffon.) - 1831
...already established different camps on the borders. Two farmers from the vicinity of Russelsville, distant more than a hundred miles, had driven upwards of three hundred hogs to be fattened on Pigeon-meat; and here and there the people, employed in picking and salting what had already been procured,...
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The Country Gentleman's Magazine

Simpkin, Marshall & Co - 1832
...had already established encampments on the borders. Two farmers from the vicinity of Russelsville, distant more than a hundred miles, had driven upwards...fattened on the pigeons which were to be slaughtered. Here and there, the people employed in plucking and salting what had already been procured, were seen...
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American Ornithology; Or, The Natural History of the Birds of the ..., Volume 2

Alexander Wilson, Charles Lucian Bonaparte, Sir William Jardine - Birds - 1832
...had already established encampments on the borders. Two farmers from the vicinity of Kusselsville, distant more than a hundred miles, had driven upwards...fattened on the Pigeons which were to be slaughtered. Here and there, the people employed in plucking and salting what had already been procured, were seen...
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Ornithological Biography, Volume 1

John James Audubon - 1832
...had already established encampments on the borders. Two farmers from the vicinity of Russelsville, distant more than a hundred miles, had driven upwards...fattened on the pigeons which were to be slaughtered. Here and there the people employed in plucking and salting what had already been procured, were seen...
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Sketches of birds in short enigmatical verses

Samuel Roper - 1832
...established encampments on the borders. Two farmers from the vicinity of Russelsville, distant more than one hundred miles, had driven upwards of three hundred...fattened on the Pigeons which were to be slaughtered. Here and there the people employed in plucking and salting what had already been procured, were seen...
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Gleanings in natural history; with local recollections. To which are added ...

Edward Jesse - 1832 - 375 pages
...farmers had driven upwards of three hundred hogs from their residence, more than a hundred miles distant, to be fattened on the pigeons which were to be slaughtered. The sun had set, yet not a pigeon had arrived. Everything, however, was ready, and all eyes were gazing...
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The Monthly Review

Books - 1832
...farmers had driven upwards of three hundred hogs from their residence, more than a hundred miles distant, to be fattened on the pigeons which were to be slaughtered. The sun had set, yet not a pigeon had arrived. Everything, however, was ready, and all eyes were gazing...
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American Turf Register and Sporting Magazine, Volume 4

Horse racing - 1833
...established encampments on the borders. Two farmers from the vicinity of Russelsville, distant more than an hundred miles, had driven upwards of three hundred...fattened on the pigeons which were to be slaughtered. Here and there, the people employed in plucking and salting what had already been procured, were seen...
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