But they were too wise to attempt it, contenting themselves with rowing lustily to windward along the starboard side of a big ship, the Lancashire
"If you really want a cottage in the country," said he, "and the most absolute peace and quiet to be got in this world, I know of the very hing on my land in Lancashire
. It would drive me mad in a week; but if you really care for that sort of thing - "
He chose them by their titles, and the first he read was The Lancashire
Witches, and then he read The Admirable Crichton, and then many more.
Behind them marched six hundred Cheshire and Lancashire
archers, bearing the badge of the Audleys, followed by the famous Lord Audley himself, with the four valiant squires, Dutton of Dutton, Delves of Doddington, Fowlehurst of Crewe, and Hawkestone of Wainehill, who had all won such glory at Poictiers.
He was poor and, it would seem, ill, so he did not return to London, but went to live with relatives in the country in Lancashire
. And there about "the wasteful woods and forest wide"** he wandered, gathering new life and strength, taking all a poet's joy in the beauty and the freedom of a country life, "for ylike to me was liberty and life,"** he says.
My mother's people were Lancashire
. But why do your brother and your sisters object to Mrs.
In short, I ventured to avoid signing a contract of marriage, and the reason why I did it was because the lady that had invited me so earnestly to go with her into Lancashire
insisted so positively upon it, and promised me such great fortunes, and such fine things there, that I was tempted to go and try.
'So, whether I am waiting for a hostile message, or an assignation, or a penitent remonstrance, or an impromptu wrestle with my friend Bounderby in the Lancashire
manner - which would seem as likely as anything else in the present state of affairs - I'll dine,' said Mr.
Here are two licences permitting two pigs to go to market in Lancashire
. Attend, Alexander.
Next, after a year or two with his kinspeople in Lancashire
, in the North of England, he came to London, hoping through literature to win high political place, and attached himself to the household of Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester, Queen Elizabeth's worthless favorite.
If they want a light-weight to be throwed for practice, Cornwall, Devonshire, or Lancashire
, let 'em throw me.
Here is a Lancashire
lass, the daughter of a common pitman.