I hoped to have received letters from thee by the cintra, which arrived here day before yesterday, having left Lisbon on the 15th.
He landed, fought, and won two battles, and signed the Convention of cintra.
Evening was drawing on, and a drizzling mist overspreading the crags of cintra.
Sintre, now cintra, in Portugal; then reckoned part of Spain.
We now retraced our steps, though I should have much liked to stop at Lisbon to see the celebrated cintra.
I was thinking, just at that moment, that I should like to hear more about cintra.
Dr. Hunter conjectures that the sangtra may take its name from cintra, in Portugal.
You can see the buildings on the cintra hills, added Murray.
I must just observe, that the village of cintra in Estremadura is the most beautiful, perhaps, in the world.
Now there's the cintra appetite, and a very good one it is, too.