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 Sallust of France.Sally Lunn. 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Sally.
 
Saddle. (Latin, sella; French, selle.)   1
        “The horse … stopped his course by degrëes, and went with his rider … into a pond to drink; and there sat his lordship upon the sally.”—Lives of the Norths.
       
“Vaulting ambition … o’erleaps its sell,
And falls o’ the other …”
       
Shakespeare: Macbeth, i. 7.
 


 Sallust of France.Sally Lunn. 

 
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