a town in NE Massachusetts.
Historical Examples

But there are handsome houses in Amesbury, and these are growing more numerous every year.
The Bay State Monthly, Volume 3, No. 6 Various

The new desk was the one on which “Snow-Bound” was written, and this may now be seen at Amesbury.
Whittier-land Samuel T. Pickard

He began to lag wofully, however, in spite of his determination and grit, and the slower pace which Amesbury had set.
The Wilderness Castaways Dillon Wallace

He used it at Amesbury, and possibly his father used it before him at Haverhill.
Whittier-land Samuel T. Pickard

Amesbury, a British spy, had been seized and examined by Schuyler.
The Student’s Life of Washington; Condensed from the Larger Work of Washington Irving Washington Irving

Mr. Whittier gathered a handful of the red sumach, and took it to Amesbury with him.
Whittier-land Samuel T. Pickard

In this wise six years passed, and one night a vision came to Sir Lancelot in his sleep charging him to hasten unto Amesbury.
The Book of Romance Various

Once while his guest at Amesbury, I went with him to town meeting.
Whittier-land Samuel T. Pickard

Ela was born among the beautiful shades of Amesbury, whither her mother had retired before her birth.
Ruins and Old Trees, Associated with Memorable Events in English History Mary Roberts

Amesbury warned the lads to say nothing of their plan to the post folk.
The Wilderness Castaways Dillon Wallace


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