Dunbarton blew a smoke ring toward the ceiling, thoughtfully.
And when he was discovered and Dunbarton's guns began to play on us—hell and fire!
Their visit to Dunbarton was all happiness and reparation for the doleful days at Bennington.
Dunbarton interrupted, relinquishing his grasp upon his knee.
"There will be time enough for both, I trust, when we reach Dunbarton," answered the page.
My own observation has been altogether in favor of Dunbarton in this particular.
As they did so the rattle of wheels was heard coming from the direction of Dunbarton.
His son, Caleb, was the author of the "History of Dunbarton," published in 1860.
Though the rough and rocky soil is poorly adapted to cultivation, Dunbarton is, and always has been, emphatically a farming town.
The daughters of Dunbarton are not less worthy of mention than her sons.