“I’ll have to go to town and have it forged at the smith’s.””
“The next day he asked Jack to go to town with him, and when they came home, Jack said that his father had bought an oil-skin coat for Henry Smith, and a handsome Bible, in which they were all to write their names.”
“IMMEDIATELY after dinner on Sunday Wesley Sinton stopped at the Comstock gate to ask if Elnora wanted to go to town with them.”
“She was charmed to find your opinion agreed with her own, and settled that we should go to town to-morrow morning: and a chaise is actually ordered to be here by one o'clock.”
“Sometimes, when he had not many "peelings," he would go to town and get a load of decayed vegetables, that grocers were glad to have him take off their hands.”
“Now, sir, go to town and study law with Bob Walker; he's the smartest of any of them.”
“The bulk of forensic work was analyzing evidence for presentation at trial — "forensic" means "relating to legal proceedings" — and a defense lawyer'd go to town if cops started assembling fragments of perps 'fingerprints.”
“He had to go to town every morning to get full of that horrid, poisonous,”
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