The first was the Bishop of Hereford, and a fine figure he cut, I wot.
The Prior of Emmet and those that belonged to him gathered together like a flock of frightened sheep when the scent of the wolf is nigh, while the Bishop of Hereford, laying aside his book, crossed himself devoutly.
Then the Bishop of Hereford spoke hastily, "I, too, have no business here, and so will depart." And he made as though he would go.
Then at last jolly Robin turned to the Bishop of Hereford, who had been looking on at all that passed with a grim look.
Oxford and Drury Lane itself dispute the dignity of giving birth to Nell Gwynne with Hereford
, where a mean house is still pointed out as the first home of this mother of a line of dukes, whose great-grandson was to occupy the neighbouring palace as Bishop of Hereford
for forty years.
He then called for his bill with the utmost haste, declared he must be at Hereford
that evening, lamented his great hurry of business, and wished he could divide himself into twenty pieces, in order to be at once in twenty places.
Rob's father had two other enemies besides Fitzwalter, in the persons of the lean Sheriff of Nottingham and the fat Bishop of Hereford. These three enemies one day got possession of the King's ear and whispered therein to such good--or evil--purpose that Hugh Fitzooth was removed from his post of King's Forester.
Next to the Sheriff's box was one occupied by the fat Bishop of Hereford; while in the other side was a box wherein sat a girl whose dark hair, dark eyes, and fair features caused Rob's heart to leap.
Project will include approximately 30 miles of new 12-inch pipeline, as well as expanded capacity on the Pony Express system.
SOUTHPORT 1 HEREFORD
FC 0 AFTER a scrappy first half devoid of any real chances of note for either side, the second period was much improved.
BUYERS at next month's Hereford
sale could turn an extra profit with an unusual twist to the society's premier spring show.