'We will save you, said the Doctor, becoming eager to escape to that favourite counsellor, the lining of his brougham, which had inspired him with the right theory of many a perplexing symptom, and he trusted would show him how to defend without betraying Leonard. 'I must go and see about it. Is there anything I can do for you books, or anything?
"Yes, truly!" replied Radna, turning round and dashing fiercely into the "Marseillaise" again. "I have no doubt of it. But, come, it is after midnight, and we have to get back to Cheyne Walk. The princess will think we have been arrested or something equally dreadful. Ah, Mr. Colston, we have a couple of seats to spare in the brougham.
"He was not able to say a word the whole evening." "And I never knew her to be more pleasant," said Mrs. Patmore Green. "She doesn't seem to care about it the least in the world." The husband and wife did not speak a word to each other as they went home in the brougham.
She's got her own cars the big car and the electric brougham you give her on her birthday last week ain't a thing in the world she ain't got. She's plumb happy." "Except that she ain't!" "You mean that we don't know nobody nobody comes in to visit?" He nods. "Well, why don't we go in and call on them Wisner people that lives next to us?" says I.
His choice of words and style of delivery were most carefully studied, and his sonorous voice was under such complete control that he could speak at great length without the slightest fatigue. Many of his illustrations were drawn from the Bible, which he is said to have known better than any other book. Lord Brougham
Mrs. Tommy Kidder's brougham blocked the porte-cochère as Shelby mounted the steps of the executive mansion, and at the door he met the volatile lady herself. "I've been watching the workmen give the finishing touch, governor," she gushed. "You are about to set foot in fairyland." Shelby put her in her carriage, and entered the house. It did not seem fairylike.
DACRE CASTLE is situated five miles west-south-west of Penrith. BROUGHAM HALL, the seat of Henry, Lord Brougham and Vaux, stands on an eminence near the river Lowther, a short distance from the ruins of Brougham Castle. It has been termed, from its elevated position and the prospects it commands, "The Windsor of the north."
Lancashire Warrington Manchester Furness Abbey The Ribble Stonyhurst Lancaster Castle Isle of Man Castletown Rushen Castle Peele Castle The Lake Country Windermere Lodore Fall Derwentwater Keswick Greta Hall Southey, Wordsworth and Coleridge Skiddaw The Border Castles Kendal Castle Brougham Hall The Solway Carlisle Castle Scaleby Castle Naworth Lord William Howard.
In addition to Huskisson and George Canning, Liverpool once very nearly had the honour of sending to Parliament Henry Brougham, in days when the Chancellorship and the House of Lords could scarcely have been expected by that versatile genius, even in a dream. At present Liverpool interests are well represented in the House of Commons.
Maddison," Helen said to him in a low tone as Lady Thurwell turned to go; and he walked down the hall between them and out on to the pavement, leaving Sir Allan on the steps. "You will come and dine with me soon, won't you, Mr. Maddison?" Lady Thurwell asked him, as she touched his hand stepping into the brougham. "I will come whenever you ask me!" he answered rashly.