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  • The next prominent representative of the name in the annals of "ye Ancient Dominion," is Major Lawrence Smith, who was designated by the Assembly, in 1674, as the "chiefe commander" of a "ffort" to be built near the falls of Rappahannock River, and to be garrisoned by "one hundred and eleven men out of Gloucester

    Virginia and Virginians

  • The ffort included six ambulances, one paramedic unit, two engine companies and one heavy-duty rescue squad.

    Rte. 197 reopens after severe crash

  • The trapper, with the aid of Sol and of the utches he had fashioned weeks before, stood up for the Ifst time since the sims had brought him into the clearing. ffort even a couple of steps required left him weak and lg.

    A different flesh

  • Thence to Abnife 14 mile, thence to Tilbery 3 mile wch is a ffine ffort, a great flatt to ye Land, full of Watry ditches and may be flooded all over.

    Through England on a Side Saddle in the Time of William and Mary

  • Here is a ferry over to Gravesend where we enter Kent, wch Lyes just over against it a little snugg town under a hill, the houses little and thick together fitt only for seamen and soldiers yt are Employ'd in the water or the ffort.

    Through England on a Side Saddle in the Time of William and Mary

  • There is St Nicholas jsland wth a ffort in it, there it was Harry Martin one of ye Kings judges was banished Dureing Life.

    Through England on a Side Saddle in the Time of William and Mary

  • I saw all by the river Tyne wch runns along to Tinmouth 5 or 6 miles off, wch Could see very plaine and ye Scheld wch is the key or ffort at the mouth of ye river wch disembogues itself into ye sea; all this was in view on this high hill wch I descended – 5 mile more, in all nine from that place.

    Through England on a Side Saddle in the Time of William and Mary

  • Sturgeon angler ffort was light due to inclement weather and high muddy flows this past weekend on the lower Columbia.

    The Seattle Times

  • Now they would asault the ffrench in their ffort, the ffort not holding but 20 men.

    Voyages of Peter Esprit Radisson

  • Only the apocalyse will bring the cure i'm afraid but your doing a valiant ffort of fighting it here.

    WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

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