Neville


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Nev•ille

(ˈnɛv əl)

n.
Richard, Warwick, Earl of.
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It is the vilest murder-trap on the whole riverside, and I fear that Neville St.
"Some years ago--to be definite, in May, 1884--there came to Lee a gentleman, Neville St.
Now for the sinister cripple who lives upon the second floor of the opium den, and who was certainly the last human being whose eyes rested upon Neville St.
There the matter stands at present, and the questions which have to be solved--what Neville St.
"Did you happen to meet a man called Neville there?"
You said in it that the gentleman called Neville left Bamangwato at the beginning of May in a wagon with a driver, a voorlooper, and a Kafir hunter called Jim, announcing his intention of trekking if possible as far as Inyati, the extreme trading post in the Matabele country, where he would sell his wagon and proceed on foot.
Neville's journey to the northward, or as to what point that journey was directed?"
I have spoken with my two wards, Neville and Helena Landless, on the subject of their defective education, and they give in to the plan proposed; as I should have taken good care they did, whether they liked it or not."'
Septimus, to expect Neville as an inmate to be read with, on Monday next.
Neville and Miss Helena; and stock for soup became fragrant in the air of Minor Canon Corner.
"Why, man, I first loosed string in battle when I was but a lad, younger by two years than you, at Neville's Cross, under the Lord Mowbray.
"The Pump in Neville's Row, for example?" enquired Mr.