Barnstaple taps at the door; receiving no answer, he enters.
Anything else which may proceed from your prolific brain, Barnstaple?
O that Barnstaple were here, for he has proved my guardian angel!
Yes, my dear, hours ago, and half-way to Barnstaple before now.
He lived for some years in Barnstaple, and died of apoplexy, February 3, 1864.
The first Cluniac house founded in England was that of Barnstaple.
On the railway which runs from Exeter to Barnstaple is a small station called Lapford.
Rupert went on westward to the Prince of Wales at Barnstaple.
As merchants in the wool trade the Barnstaple branch did well, and married into some of the best county families.
But surely, Barnstaple, one who has measured it, is more likely to be correct than one who has not.