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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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A System of natural history: containing scientific and popular descriptions ...

Georges Cuvier (baron) - Nature - 1834 - 684 pages
...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 Historical Cabinet: Containing Authentic Accounts of Many Remarkable and ...

History - 1834 - 516 pages
...different camps on the borders. Two fanners from the neighborhood 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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An Introduction to the Study of Birds: Or, the Elements of Ornithology on ...

Birds - 1835 - 584 pages
...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 been already procured, were seen...
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The Saturday Magazine, Volume 8

Cooking - 1836
...had already established encampments 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 the Pigeons that were to be slaughtered. Here and there the people employed in plucking and salting what had already...
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The church scholar's reading-book, selected from the Saturday magazine

Saturday magazine - 1840
...had already established encampments on the borders. Two formers from the vicinity of Russelsville, distant more than a hundred miles, had driven upwards...of three hundred hogs to be fattened on the Pigeons that were to l>c slaughtered. Here and there the people employed in plucking and salting what had already...
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Lessons derived from the animal world, Volume 1

C. T - 1847
...had already established encampments 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 the pigeons that were to be slaughtered. Here and there people, employed in plucking and salting what had already...
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The Dove: an example of attachment to home

Columbidae - 1849 - 67 pages
...had already established encampments 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 the pigeons that were to be slaughtered. Here and there people employed in plucking and salting what had already...
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Chambers's Pocket Miscellany, Volume 1

William Chambers, Robert Chambers - History - 1852
...ammunition, had already established encampments on the borders. Two farmers from tho vicinity of Kusselville, 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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Chambers's pocket miscellany

Chambers W. and R., ltd - 1852
...ammunition, had already ettablished encampments on the borders. Two farmers from the vicinity of Russelville, 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 plncking and salting what had already been procured, were seen...
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Second collection of instructive extracts: no.vi of a new series of school-books

Scottish school-book assoc - 1852
...vicinity of Russelsville, distant more than one hundred miles, had driven upwards of three huudvpd hogs to be fattened on the pigeons which were to be slaughtered. Many trees, two feet in diameter, I observed, were broken off at no great distance from the ground,...
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