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  • Whiskey Centre is just where _I_ happen to live; bein 'what a body may call a travellin' name.

    Oak Openings

  • "They tell me he's been away to college an 'travellin' the past six years."

    The Valley of the Giants

  • Red Sea an 'a Dead Sea an' a devilish dirty lot o 'travellin' to do on th 'way t' y'r promised land; an 'A'm thinkin', man, y've wasted a lot

    The Freebooters of the Wilderness

  • I was gittin 'tired of it, after a lot o' travellin 'an' some lively kind of scrapes; so I made up my mind to finish up with a grizzly, an 'then git back to trainin', which was what I was cut out fer, after all.

    Kings in Exile

  • Merrithew left me well off, and there's no denyin 'travellin's improvin' to the mind, though at my age it's some wearin 'to the body.

    The Lovely Lady

  • Judson Centre is a terrible healthy place, or the sanitarium wouldn't have been built here, an 'travellin' on the cars would shake me up considerable.

    At the Sign of the Jack O'Lantern

  • "Yes, I've got business in Wreckumoft, so we'll have the pleasure o 'travellin' together."

    Shifting Winds A Tough Yarn

  • As to the honour and dignity o 'travellin' vere can that be vithout a coachman; and wot's the rail to sich coachmen and guards as is sometimes forced to go by it, but a outrage and a insult!

    Old Curiosity Shop

  • To think of travellin 'trail together an' then bein 'treated this-a way.


  • Two are in South Africa now, an 'another's on a whaling voyage, an' one's travellin 'with a circus - he does trapeze work.

    Chapter 7


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