He surveyed the available newspapers whenever he arrived in a new town.
“This is home now,” Maria Grazia Visconti told The Daily Beast as she walked her dog along one of the “new town” streets.
Here they determined to settle and found a new town, leaving Rome to the Patricians and their clients.
Jimmy smiled grimly to himself as he noted the new town Hall.
He hears that a new town is started up in the mountains, a hundred and fifty miles from the railway.
The other, called the Marischal College, is in the new town.
Through his children he felt flowing into his house the seething life of this new town.
An' yez know what payday means in a new town wid a show on the spot.
The position of the new town marks the change that had come over the conditions of life in Upper Italy.
It was a new town, a government built town, and it had no personality yet.