A Barca has arrived from S. Erasmo, the island of the market-gardens.
They sailed into the small harbor of Barca at ten in the morning.
Denham advised him to submit, and Barca Gana, appearing, invited him to dismount.
So that you could not take a speaking horn and halloa for a Barca?
Barcelona, named after the powerful family of Barca in Carthage, to which Hannibal belonged.
On reaching the railway-station we chartered a Barca to take us to our hotel.
Once, at Barca, I saw a white raven—but perhaps after all it was only a dove.
Of this number about three hundred thousand belong to Barca.
Barca, the Bornou general, had three horses killed under him.
In 509 a second expedition was dispatched against Barca, a colony of Cyrene.