Miss Burgoyne and her donkey were thrusting their heads in at the half door.
Irene Burgoyne, one of her family, told me in confidence that there was a romance somewhere back in the beginning.
He had not thought of Hilda Burgoyne for years; indeed, he had almost forgotten her.
Of course, Hilda is Irish,--the Burgoynes have been stage people for generations,--and she has the Irish voice.
In October, 1777, General Burgoyne
surrendered his army, at Saratoga, to the American general, Gates.
Nutting had a famous foxhound named Burgoyne
-- he pronounced it Bugine -- which my informant used to borrow.
The carelessness engendered by these usages descended even to the war of the Revolution and lost the States the important fortress of Ticonderoga opening a way for the army of Burgoyne
into what was then the bosom of the country.
and there Gansevoort, with a small body of men, held in check reinforcements on their way to join Burgoyne
, until the disastrous ending of the latter's campaign of 1777 was insured.
has ended his training career the way he started it - with a winner, writes Graham Dench.
The designer presented The Fake Show in association with Burgoyne
, an Irish linen manufacturer.
, captain Dave Edwards and wide man Marshall were the three players who retained their places.
Wolves were forced into a late change when goalkeeper Andy Lonergan was injured in the warm-up and was replaced by Harry Burgoyne