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When they reached their journey's end the gig was housed, the horse was fed and comforted, and the two young doctors in a private room sat down to the best dinner and the best wine the house afforded.
I saw mankind housed in splendid shelters, gloriously clothed, and as yet I had found them engaged in no toil.
The enemy's spies who have come to spy on us must be sought out, tempted with bribes, led away and comfortably housed.
He was living like a patriarch, surrounded by laborers and interpreters, all snugly housed, and provided with excellent farms.
The New York City Almshouse, at Bellevue on the East River, housed over 1,500 inmates at a time(with annual deaths approaching 500), and served as a last refuge for the destitute of all ages}