He embraced me cordially; and I exulted in the thought, that I now had him actually in Caledonia.
One of them is a little wabbly, but what can you expect from Caledonia?
Now what happened in this kingdom of Caledonia which Neolithic Man had found?
On the way to Aden the Caledonia only met a few ships—all English.
See also, on this ruffianly expedition, Chalmers' Caledonia, vol.
He travelled with the Kennedys and myself on the Caledonia to Naples.
Meanwhile the Forbin had approached considerably nearer and was attempting to cut off the Caledonia.
Scott, of the Caledonia, lunched with us—a very nice fellow.
Caledonia is still a small village in Pulaski County, Illinois.
We have been in great distress, really in distress, at the non-arrival of the Caledonia.
Roman name of part of northern Britain, taken from the name of former inhabitants, of unknown origin, perhaps Celtic; since 18c, applied poetically to Scotland or the Scottish Highlands. Related: Caledonian.