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Newburyport

[noo-buh-ree-pawrt, -pohrt, -ber-ee-, nyoo-] /ˈnu bə riˌpɔrt, -ˌpoʊrt, -ˌbɛr i-, ˈnyu-/
noun
1.
a city in NE Massachusetts.
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  • They were lavish entertainers, these Daltons, and it was here that Washington came during a visit to Newburyport.

    Historic Homes Mary H. Northend
  • He was buried at Newburyport, and you can see 'em if you like.'

    George Whitefield Joseph Belcher
  • How were the soldiers treated at Newburyport and at Fort Western?

  • She was,” said the young man; “and my father was Chester Humphreys of Newburyport.

    The Staying Guest Carolyn Wells
  • In confirmation of this, the case of the vessel wrecked off the harbor of Newburyport, a few years since, may be adduced.

    Select Temperance Tracts American Tract Society
  • He early established trade for himself with Newburyport and Salem.

  • Jack Boyd, as his boyhood companions in Newburyport used to call him, was born with the spirit of adventure strong within him.

    Gentlemen Rovers E. Alexander Powell
  • They landed at Newburyport, settling, a little later, at Amesbury.

    Glimpses of the Past W. O. Raymond
  • The sloop Merrimack was a square sterned vessel of 80 tons, built at Newburyport in 1762.

    Glimpses of the Past W. O. Raymond
  • It was in the spring of 1805 that he and they landed in Newburyport.

    William Lloyd Garrison Archibald H. Grimke

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