Three of them ran something like the following, but I do not pretend to quote: -- Sacred To the Memory of John Talbot
, Who, at the age of eighteen, was lost overboard, Near the Isle of Desolation, off Patagonia, November 1st,
Frederick Douglass was born in slavery as Fred- erick Augustus Washington Bailey near Easton in Talbot
The noble Youth informed us that his name was Lindsay--for particular reasons however I shall conceal it under that of Talbot
There is nothing in the world so respectable as a good Shrewsbury and Talbot
Sixty or seventy of them, large and small, smooth and shaggy--deer-hound, boar-hound, blood-hound, wolf-hound, mastiff, alaun, talbot
, lurcher, terrier, spaniel--snapping, yelling and whining, with score of lolling tongues and waving tails, came surging down the narrow lane which leads from the Twynham kennels to the bank of Avon.
I found a name unfamiliar to me--but one that holds meaning for countless alcoholics around the world: Matt Talbot
, Carlisle, Cumbria: Paternoster Press, 2003.
For a revealing and candid look at the chances of competing with Wal-Mart and the other global powerhouses in retail, and an insider's look at Japan's retail industry in general, we spoke to JDA Software Japan president, Rod Talbot
LANCASTER - After more than 30 years of picking up arrowheads, stone tools and other Indian artifacts as a county surveyor, Lyle Talbot
is donating his collection to the Lancaster Museum/Art Gallery.
did not want to take a bath with a mouse.
Pope & Talbot
, a publicly held corporation, owned properties in the state of Washington.
311 is measured by valuing the underlying assets (rather than the partnership interests) on the date of the distribution (Pope & Talbot