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San Fran

n. San Francisco. When will you be in San Fran next?
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They went out more; they frequented concerts and parties; they accepted, with their host and his family, an invitation to one of those opulent and barbaric entertainments with which a noted San Francisco millionaire distracted his rare moments of reflection in his gorgeous palace on the hills.
Then you take the train for New York in the evening, and the steamer for San Francisco next morning?
Two months had come and gone before the convalescent in the Sacramento hospital was identified with Kirkman, the absconding San Francisco clerk; even then, there must elapse nearly a fortnight more till the perfect stranger could be hunted up, the portmanteau recovered, and John's letter carried at length to its destination, the seal still unbroken, the inclosure still intact.
Those whom he had injured, amongst others, were San Pietro ad Vincula, Colonna, San Giorgio, and Ascanio.
San Diego, San Barbara, Monterey, the bay of San Francisco, and the northern port of Bondago; all afford anchorage for ships of the largest class.
He passed Cheyne a telegram repeated from San Francisco:
La Hermana de San Sulpizio' one of the most amusing.
Several months passed in San Francisco during which time he studied the game and its rules, and prepared himself to take a hand.
Once the idea had germinated, it mastered him, and the return voyage to San Francisco was like a dream.
spoke up the fourth man, a huge-bulking, colossal- bodied, greasy-seeming grossness of flesh--the Armenian Jew and San Francisco pawnbroker the previous steward had warned Daughtry about.
I was commanded to bring these prisoners into San Rafael," was my reply.
It would certainly be interesting to be out in the streets of San Francisco when not a wheel was turning and the whole city was taking an enforced vacation.
It was about this time that the newspapers were full of the daring escape of a convict from San Quentin prison.
From San Francisco," replied the Woman, with embarrassment, as great beads of perspiration spangled her spiritual brow.
This is a story told by the late Benson Foley of San Francisco: