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Schuyler

[skahy-ler] /ˈskaɪ lər/
noun
1.
Philip John, 1733–1804, American statesman and general in the Revolutionary War.
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  • "He is really sincere in deploring the trouble," said Schuyler, when he had rejoined me.

    In the Valley Harold Frederic
  • I found the kindliest of nursing and care in my old quarters in the Schuyler mansion.

    In the Valley Harold Frederic
  • He has been made a colonel, and is gone back to Albany to join General Schuyler.

    In the Valley Harold Frederic
  • One should never make wild guesses, should they, Miss Schuyler?

    The Cattle-Baron's Daughter

    Harold Bindloss
  • Then, Hetty sat down and drew Miss Schuyler down beside her.

    The Cattle-Baron's Daughter

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  • Miss Schuyler did not wince; but the smile that was on her lips was absent from her eyes.

    The Cattle-Baron's Daughter

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  • “Take him something to eat,” Miss Schuyler said impatiently.

    The Cattle-Baron's Daughter

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  • Hetty laughed, but there was a thrill in her voice as she turned to Miss Schuyler.

    The Cattle-Baron's Daughter

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