In the summer of 1841 Bessie, with a sister of nearly her own age, and one of the little ones, went on a long visit to culham.
If your grandpapa does not think it too large and would let it go to culham, should you object?
The whistle of the engine as it entered culham sounded like the last chord in an operatic score.
culham is nine or ten miles from Newcastle, the first town site we should reach.
A pleasant feature was the number of culham students, who came from all parts of England to re-enlist in their old Corps.
Mr. Wintle at culham was now an aged man, and his infirm health gave much anxiety to Mrs. Gilbert.
It was at culham that she was introduced to Robinson Crusoe.
We left Streatley early the next morning, and pulled up to culham, and slept under the canvas, in the backwater there.
There was also a delightful companion and friend at culham, the black pony, Toby.
culham itself is dull, but with the pretty backwater of Sutton Courtney we begin a new kind of scenery.