As for the laird
-- remember he's the laird
; I say no more: honour to whom honour.
On the other hand, Laird
Johnson, a very capable East Anglia observer, has recorded six-twenty as the hour.
I was, maybe, such an one as yourself when I plighted my faith to Alice Graham, the only child of a neighboring laird
of some estate.
He moved among the grand people in their silks and velvets clad in homespun clothes "like a farmer dressed in his best to dine with the laird
"* as easily as he had moved among his humble friends.
Boswell was a Scotch gentleman, born in 1740, the son of a judge who was also laird
of the estate of Auchinleck in Ayrshire, near the English border.
Of his father the laird
, of his uncle the squire, He boasted in rhyme and in roundelay; She bade him go bask by his sea-coal fire, For she was the widow would say him nay.
She expected every moment that she should see Morrel appear, pale and trembling, to forbid the signing of the contract, like the Laird
of Ravenswood in "The Bride of Lammermoor." It was high time for her to make her appearance at the gate, for Maximilian had long awaited her coming.
, the forefather of Cammell Laird
, became the first elected MP of Birkenhead in 1863.
Almost 300 jobs are due to be axed at Cammell Laird
in Birkenhead as the yard faces a lull in work despite a massive recent contract win.
, 32, was arrested at his residence on the 3900 block of Triumvera Drive in Glenview on Tuesday, according to a news release by Glenview police.
The connection is applejack from Laird
& Co., America's oldest distiller.