It chanced to be noon of the day following, when he glided up the sunny Terrebonne towards the parish seat.
She heard of the death of a relative down in Terrebonne somewhere.
The sheriff from New Orleans has taken possession—Terrebonne is in the hands of the law.
Dis yer prop'ty to be sold—old Terrebonne—whar we all been raised, is gwine—dey's gwine to tak it away—can't stop here no how.
Then I shall never leave Terrebonne—the drink, nurse; the drink; that I may never leave my home—my dear, dear home.