Out at the gates they streamed, and we after them, into the midst of Leominster town, where they halted a little while.
My father and mother, both born in Leominster, were schoolmates, and in due time they married.
I went thence to Leominster, where was a great meeting in a close, many hundreds of people being gathered together.
I remember well the school in Leominster and the stories told by Deacon Cotton and others.
In the same strain, Whitefield wrote to a minister at Leominster.
Five engines had gone out from Fitchburg eastward, but in the whole day they had not come as far as Leominster.
Stages from Keene, Leominster, Lunenburg, and other towns will dash up to the door and passengers will alight for their meals.
A MS. account of his labours, travellings, and writings, was said to have been at Leominster not many years ago.
Leominster in Herefordshire had been held by Queen Edith together with sixteen members.
In April 1804, the otter-hounds of Mr. Coleman, of Leominster, killed an otter of extraordinary size.