Those at Bexley and Grays Thurrock are the most valuable still existing.
Well, if you 'd have withdrawn him for the Bexley, you'd have netted fifty thousand.
Mrs. Bexley was wise enough not to take her near any very painful sights.
Indeed he has been chained to Bexley ever since I have been laid up.'
The delay was vexatious, but it could be but brief; and in the meantime Bexley was felicity.
I wish I could throttle that Bexley Tribune, and all its dirty supporters!'
Of course it was Lance, after his duty by his fellow-mourners had been done, and he had seen them off to Bexley.
He provided an endowment from some lands at Bexley, and appointed as the first lecturer, his friend, Degory Wheare.
I have a share in a very good business at Bexley; I've been at it ever since I was sixteen.'
Bexley, which is mentioned in Domesday Book, has had a church since the 9th century.