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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of waggon.
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From here the progress of the tram across the plain was in full view; so, too, was the shed-like station across the river, which was the terminus of the line, and expectation, when the two-waggoned little train approached the end of its journey, was so tense that it was almost disagreeable.
Cotton and wheat were waggoned long distances to be sold in Augusta.
I must endeavour to have it waggoned but in that I find difficulties also.
We departed from Richmond Hill at half-past five, and waggoned on to
Leostoff in England fifteen miles and Boors waggoned fifty miles, from
The ore is first waggoned to the river, a quarter of a mile, then laden on board of canoes and carried across the river, which is there about 200 yards wide, and then again taken into waggons and carried to the furnace.