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“From Brundisium he traveled up the Via Appia for Rome at a gallop in a four-mule gig, swerving onto the Via Latina at Teanum Sidicinum to avoid the ague-riddled Pomptine Marshes.”
“Pollio asked Maecenas as they traveled up the Via Appia in a four-mule gig.”
“General Grierson and Captain Alvord cantered alongside on two very lean horses, while General Hazen and Mr. R-- -- - invited me into their four-mule ambulance.”
“But there never is a rest, thought Sulla, galloping to Rome in a four-mule gig.”
“Thus it was that one long summer hour later a four-mule gig carried Gaius Marius, Young Caesar, and Lucius Decumius out of Rome through the Esquiline Gate.”
“Meminius gave him two gigs harnessed to four-mule teams, and sent him on his way with food and drivers.”
“For this purpose he supplied me with a four-mule ambulance and driver.”
“There was a road leading to the town some eight miles inland, and four-mule ambulances dashed up and down this.”
“The four-mule wagons seemed crazed with excitement.”
“Fort, or in a four-mule wagon travelling over the gold region.”
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