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  • The collection lends itself to literary pilgrimaging in a big way.

    Reconstruction of Jack London's Canadian cabin from his year as a prospector, now in Jack London Square, Oakland

  • The sun was rising on the Army convoy as pilgrimaging Shia Muslims streamed down a country road north of Karbala.

    War Stories: Road to Anarchy

  • Turks and Egyptians always go pilgrimaging with a large outfit, as notably as the East-Indian cadet of the present day, and your outfitter at Cairo, as well as Cornhill, is sure to supply you with

    Personal Narrative of a Pilgrimage to Al-Madinah and Meccah

  • They laugh at the Britishers journeying thousands of miles to see this place, just as the English smile at the Americans pilgrimaging to Stratford-on-Avon.

    The Confessions of a Caricaturist, Vol 2 (of 2)

  • I was introduced to all the neighbours, to the visitors and the natives, and of course invested with much importance as one who wrote books, had no fear, who even intended pilgrimaging to Jerusalem.

    A Tramp's Sketches

  • The pilgrimaging ants in your dull savage jungles, 20


  • I've had my tucker stolen again and again, several times by birds, twice by swaggies, and once by a couple of black fellows pilgrimaging through the bush I don't know whither.

    A Little Bush Maid

  • The ideal basis of the moral is faith in God and in his Prophet; the moral life, conceived as mainly consisting in external works, is not a fruit of received salvation, but a means for the attainment of the same; pious works, and particularly prayer, fasting and almsgiving, and pilgrimaging to Mecca, work salvation directly of themselves.

    Christian Ethics. Volume I.���History of Ethics.

  • So he acquainted him with the whole case and this was grievous to him; but they hid their affair and agreed to leave the kingship and fare forth a-pilgrimaging and adventuring at hap-hazard, for they deemed that there had befallen none the like of what had befallen them.

    Arabian nights. English

  • Quoth the Kazi, "Ye speak falsely, for ætis seven years since Ali Khwajah put them in the jar as he was about to go a-pilgrimaging;" and quoth they, "Say whatso thou wilt those olives are of this year's growth, and there is not an oil - merchant in all Baghdad but who will agree with us."

    Arabian nights. English


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