Long Hill

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Long Hill, North Carolina
... Long Hill is a small unincorporated community in the Long Hill Township of Surry County, North Carolina ...
Wadsworth Mansion At Long Hill
... The Wadsworth Mansion at Long Hill Estate is located at 421 Wadsworth Street in Middletown, Connecticut ... the City of Middletown and is operated by the Long Hill Estate Authority ...
Eldora Township, Surry County, North Carolina
... Eldora Township is separated from Long Hill Township on the east by the Ararat River ... unincorporated communities located here, including, Ash Hill, Blackwater and Pine Hill ... Elkin‡ Pilot Mountain Townships Bryan Dobson Eldora Elkin Franklin Long Hill Marsh Mount Airy Pilot Rockford Shoals Siloam South Westfield Stewarts Creek Westfield CDPs Flat Rock ...
Battle Of Ladysmith - Battle of Ladysmith - Lombard's Kop
... and Farquhar's Farm, and faced north towards Long Hill ... same time, the first shell from the Boers' "Long Tom" on Pepworth Hill landed in the town, causing consternation ... The British field guns opened fire on Pepworth Hill and Long Hill, and temporarily silenced the Boer siege gun but Colonel Ian Hamilton's frontal attack on Pepworth ...
Long Hill (Wetipquin, Maryland)
... Long Hill is a historic home overlooking Wetipquin Creek in Wetipquin, Wicomico County, Maryland, United States ... Long Hill was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1974 ...

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    “The Greeks used to say,” he said bitterly, using a phrase that had been a long time on his mind, “that when a man became a slave, on the first day he lost one-half of his virtue.”
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