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disposed of to a purchaser

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One said, "He is a prodigal and has sold his father's land, and this is his first venture in trading.
Whereupon, having sold all his meat, he left his horse and cart in charge of a friendly hostler and prepared to follow his mates to the Mansion House.
Tom forged a bill of sale and sold him mother to an Arkansas cotton planter for a trifle over six hundred dollars.
This must be some prodigal who hath sold his father's land, and would fain live merrily while the money lasts.
Whereupon, having sold all his meat, he closed his stall and went with them to the great Guild Hall.
On the 11th of August he sold a pair of the fine horses-- said he'd often thought a pair was better than four, to go over the rough mountain roads with where a body had to be careful about his driving--and there wasn't so much of his claim but he could lug the money home with a pair easy enough.
On the 13th of December he sold another horse--said two warn't necessary to drag that old light vehicle with--in fact, one could snatch it along faster than was absolutely necessary, now that it was good solid winter weather and the roads in splendid condition.
In fact, although it was such a small shop it sold nearly everything --except a few things that you want in a hurry--like bootlaces, hair-pins and mutton chops.
At his return, being questioned by Thwackum what he had done with the money for which the horse was sold, he frankly declared he would not tell him.
Indeed, sir, it went to my heart to part with him; nor would I have sold him upon any other account in the world than what I did.
House was jammed again that night, and we sold this crowd the same way.
For some weeks he drove us together, and then we were sold to a fashionable gentleman, and were sent up to London.
At last he drove me quite without a check-rein, and then sold me as a perfectly quiet horse to a gentleman in the country; he was a good master, and I was getting on very well, but his old groom left him and a new one came.
Then, too, he sold the bricks to the city, at his own price, and the city came and got them in its own wagons.
They had no authority beyond that; for the inspection of meat to be sold in the city and state the whole force in Packingtown consisted of three henchmen of the local political machine