Let's see whether we can get on to Norwich, anyhow, shall we?
"I don't think we are far from Norwich. We passed Forncett, anyhow, some time ago."
"We haven't heard anything about the line from Ipswich to Norwich, sir," he replied, "but we can't very well change our course without definite instructions."
"Though methinks ye merit chiding for the grievous poor courtesy with which thou didst treat the great Bishop of Norwich the past week."
"Yes, Father," laughed the great fellow, "for the sake of Holy Church I did indeed confiscate that temptation completely, and if you must needs have proof in order to absolve me from my sins, come with me now and you shall sample the excellent discrimination which the Bishop of Norwich displays in the selection of his temptations."
Then fearing that it might be stolen from him by some vandals of the road he had One Eye Kanty rivet it at each side of the gorget so that it could not be removed by other than a smithy, and thus, strapped face to tail upon a donkey, he sent the great Bishop of Norwich rattling down the dusty road with his head, at least, protected from the idle gaze of whomsoever he might chance to meet.
"Because Inspector Martin from Norwich has just passed through.
There is a cab coming to convey you to Norwich, Mr.
The American, Abe Slaney, was condemned to death at the winter assizes at Norwich, but his penalty was changed to penal servitude in consideration of mitigating circumstances, and the certainty that Hilton Cubitt had fired the first shot.
'A strange chay and hosses was outside town, this morning, on the Norwich
road, a'most afore the day broke,' Ham went on.
Close to the corner of the chimney sat a middle-aged gleeman, clad in a faded garb of Norwich
cloth, the tunic of which was so outgrown that it did not fasten at the neck and at the waist.
'As a particularly Angular man, I do not fit smoothly into the social circle, and consequently I have no other engagement at Christmas-time than to partake, on the twenty-fifth, of a boiled turkey and celery sauce with a--with a particularly Angular clerk I have the good fortune to possess, whose father, being a Norfolk farmer, sends him up (the turkey up), as a present to me, from the neighbourhood of Norwich
. I should be quite proud of your wishing to see me, my dear.