Thence he marched straight on Lisbon, which the King covered from santarem with 30,000 men.
Occasionally, as we did upon a day, you see something like santarem.
We arrived at santarem in seven hours from Obidos, a distance of fifty miles.
Herndon makes santarem 460 miles from the Negro, and 650 from the sea.
Two other corps left santarem, on the night of the fifth, and retired to Thomar.
On the other hand, we have been here at santarem for nearly six months.
The next day they rode to santarem, and on the following evening to Abrantes.
He marched without delay against santarem, which his soldiers had vainly besieged some years before.
After a month he withdrew to santarem, high up the Tagus, where subsistence was procurable, and there remained all the winter.
A dozen boards of red cedar (a very common timber) costs 60$000 per thousand (about thirty dollars) at santarem.