We left Magnolia; and went first to Baytown and then to the North.
So we headed for a place we'll call Baytown, though that wa'n't the name of it.
Indeed, this winter my aunt was not unfrequently away from Magnolia altogether; finding Baytown more diverting.
I dropped asleep and forgot my aches and weariness until the train arrived at Baytown.
So we headed for a place well call Baytown, though that want the name of it.
He came to America in 1846, to Stillwater in 1848 and not long after settled on his farm in Baytown.