She marries a Carolinian whom she does not love, and accompanies him to his plantation-home.
The excitable Carolinian has got some one to hear him abuse Cuba, and glorify Charleston.
She seated herself with a Carolinian on either side, and their clothes began to send up clouds of steam.
I would ask, being as little familiar with the low country settlements as any native-born Carolinian could be.
I hastened to the spot—and there I found my great Carolinian.
Ere our arrival, our brother Carolinian Royalists had shown themselves in some force.
At first he had considered it a slight matter, since the Carolinian's French wife had come so often to talk to Choo-qualee-qualoo.
One case is recalled of the spoiled body servant of a gallant Carolinian, one of General Wheeler's brigade commanders.
He openly expressed his disapproval, and even dictated a work against it—the Carolinian books.
While admiring the generalities and theories of the great Carolinian, the young Georgian was a more practical statesman.