Though the name, bridgwater, hardly savours of antiquity it really conceals quite a venerable origin.
Albemarle read the subscription, "To my good friend W., at bridgwater."
Now that was true, for Guthrum's great following had suddenly swept down towards bridgwater, and that could not be left.
"It is a miracle you remained in bridgwater," said Richard as they rode.
When he was first employed by the Duke of bridgwater he was paid only half a crown a day.
Some of the Taunton men in the army rode from bridgwater to see their friends.
bridgwater had fallen quiet by now; the army was gone and townsfolk were in their beds.
bridgwater, a seaport of more than 15,000 inhabitants, on the tidal part of the Parrett.
Wulfhere and I looked out towards bridgwater town, now seeming under the very hills, in the last sunlight.
It looked on all the windings of Parret river, and there would I soon know if landing was to be made for attack on bridgwater.