Says Belton: “Based on that logic, why is Oprah on television?”
“It is PRETTY DAMN HARD to get elected if you're a black politician with a white wife,” Belton wrote.
"I can't help you any more," observed Belton to me, as we sat in the lobby of the Coates House where he was putting up.
Let Belton, and Mowbray, and Tourville, likewise prepare themselves.
Then Mr. Belton did do me the honour of talking about me when he was here?
“If you could do that for me,” said Captain Belton, eagerly.
But Belton Park, since first it was made a park, had never before been regarded after this fashion.
No; that will not do, Mr Belton: we must hold it till we are driven out.
He is in the room next to the one occupied by you, Mr. Belton.
You are getting an awfully great fellow, Belton, to calm him down like that.