Travellers: On Foot, How Attired
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Lovely to a Poet or an Artist's Eye is the Unevenly-Built and ...
... no one stayed save the very poorest of travellers, this fact ... short with a stamp of
her foot and a ... Babette's doll, once attired as a fashionable Parisienne, and ...
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The Adventures of Saint George of England.
... wriggled about and hissed as the travellers passed, and ... recreants sword in hand on
foot." Thus speaking ... of the noblest peers of Bagabornabou, attired in crimson ...
/.../kingston/the seven champions of christendom/chapter three the adventures of.htm

The City of Benares.
... seen persons entering the city, not on foot"that they ... Travellers in many lands who
have seen this view ... god on their forehead, and are very scantily attired. ...
/.../life and work in benares and kumaon 1839-1877/chapter vii the city of.htm

The Northern Mountains
... leaves like a Spanish chestnut, a foot and more in ... so delicious that one can well
believe travellers when they ... and his muddy and quaintly attired"or unattired ...
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Exodus 12:11
And thus shall you eat it; with your loins girded, your shoes on your feet, and your staff in your hand; and you shall eat it in haste: it is the LORD's passover.
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Travellers for Security often Left the Highways

Travellers of Distinction: Before Setting out Gave Employment to Their Servants

Travellers of Distinction: Frequently Extorted Provisions by the Way

Travellers of Distinction: Generally Attended by Running Footmen

Travellers of Distinction: Generally Performed Their Journey in Great State

Travellers of Distinction: Often Preceded by Heralds to Have the Roads Prepared

Travellers of Distinction: Rode in Chariots

Travellers of Distinction: Rode on Asses, Camels

Travellers were Frequently Asked Whence They Came and Whither They Went

Travellers: After a Long Journey, Described

Travellers: Called Way-Faring Men

Travellers: Carried With Them: Presents for Those Who Entertained Them

Travellers: Carried With Them: Provender for Their Beasts of Burden

Travellers: Carried With Them: Provisions for the Way

Travellers: Carried With Them: Skins Filled With Water, Wine

Travellers: Ceasing of, Threatened As a Calamity

Travellers: Estimated the Length of Their Journey by the Number of Days

Travellers: Friends of Frequently Commended Them to Protection of God

Travellers: Friends of Frequently Took Leave of Them With Sorrow

Travellers: Friends of Often Sent Them Away With Music

Travellers: Friends of Often Supplied Them With Provision

Travellers: Friends of Sometimes Accompanied Them a Short Way

Travellers: Generally Commenced Their Journey Early in the Morning

Travellers: Generally Halted at Wells or Streams

Travellers: Generally Rested at Noon

Travellers: Generally Treated With Great Hospitality

Travellers: Halted at Even

Travellers: Often Collected Together and Formed Caravans

Travellers: Often Engaged Persons Acquainted With the Country As Guides

Travellers: Often Travelled on Foot

Travellers: On Errands Requiring Despatch: Saluted No Man by the Way

Travellers: On Errands Requiring Despatch: Went With Great Speed

Travellers: On Foot, How Attired

Travellers: Preparations Made By, Alluded To

Travellers: Protected by Those Who Entertained Them

Travellers: Strangers Civil To

Travellers: Tesserae Hospitales or Pledges of Hospitality, Alluded To

Travellers: The Caravanserai or Public Inn for Noticed

Travellers: The Jews Prohibited from Taking Long Journeys on the Sabbath

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