But she said nothing in regard to that subject to Miss shott.
Some of our peopple passed a shott att him but could not have the fortune to hitt him.
The congregation in shott Church was very restless, although the sermon was unusually short.
shott did not go through on the first boat, but remained on the shore.
Other friends, however, did not entirely agree with Miss shott.
Miss shott was at work as she said this, but she could always talk when she was working.
There were several bidders at the sale, and shott was pushed to the very end of his tether.
In the house belonging to one of these farms lived Hankin, a sub-tenant of shott.
All wee seaven lay in the house, and had shott and powder, being resolved to dye in that place before we should yeild or be taken.
shott was willing enough, and presently the notice was served.
|shott or chott|
A shallow lake or marsh with brackish or saline water, especially in northern Africa. Shotts are dry during the summer, at which time they are also characterized by salt deposits and a lack of vegetation.
Variant of shott.