With the exception of one, who was provost-marshal, they were merchants of Bridgetown.
But to correct the sentiment he evoked a memory of what these Spaniards had performed in Bridgetown.
In point of fact, Morris had begun to examine the mails with some anxiety for a letter postmarked Bridgetown.
“But you have some kind of newspaper which circulates in Bridgetown,” I said.
Let us come back to the circumstances of Bridgetown, Barbados, when the yellow fever broke out first in 1647.
What had I learnt of the industrial and social economy of Bridgetown?
At Bridgetown there were no plunging tides, such as we watch on our own shores, to carry the filth out to sea.
The absence of life and bustle in the streets was as striking as in Bridgetown.
Bridgetown is so-called for that a long bridge was made at first over a little nook of the sea, which was rather a bog than sea.
In this decision Blanche Bridgetown was largely influenced by her mother.
probably from Portuguese las barbados "the bearded;" the island so called because vines or moss hung densely from the trees. An inhabitant was called a Barbadian (1732).