One was intended to represent the Earl of Bute
, who was supposed to have advised the king to tax America.
Encamping at the west Bute, they found a place swept by the winds, so that it was bare of snow, and there was abundance of bunch grass.
From Godin's River, Captain Bonneville and his followers came out upon the plain of the Three Butes, so called from three singular and isolated hills that rise from the midst.
The Snake River here wound its devious way between low banks through the great plain of the Three Butes; and was bordered by wide and fertile meadows.
Close by the name of Sir Pitt Crawley, Baronet (the subject of the present memoir), are written that of his brother, the Reverend Bute
Crawley (the great Commoner was in disgrace when the reverend gentleman was born), rector of Crawley-cum-Snailby, and of various other male and female members of the Crawley family.
Park first opened to the public in the spring of 1949, and the secret garden has been opened in celebration of the anniversary.
It was at some point between these two dates that Mount Stuart acquired the Folio because it is mentioned in a catalogue of the Bute
library in 1896.
"My last four fights have good b his been good, but Bute
was good because I went to his backyard, where there were 10,000 people chanting 'Bute
The 29-year-old DeGale won the title by beating Andre Dirrell on points in May and put the belt on the line against Bute
, who was stopped by Carl Froch in 2012.
was detected in some samples, at the level of four parts per billion (4ppb), when further tests were carried out.
These revelations have led to concerns that horses treated with bute
could end up in the food chain.
England's chief medical officer said the risk to humans from the meat infected with bute
was "very low."