Thus the day which had opened so gaily ended in real “brough weather.”
I was captain of a ferry-boat plying between Winteringham and brough.
It was this that kept him in touch on one side with men so unlike him as brough and Sala.
His scenes to brough's "Life of Falstaff" are exquisitely drawn.
The Royal infant, we are told, is suckled by a person “named brough, formerly a housemaid at Esher.”
Twice afterwards was brough Castle repaired, and burnt to a shell.
Gus was for sending it at once to brough, our director; and the grapes and peaches to my aunt in Somersetshire.
It was said that brough had gone off with a million of money.
The Captain rode over several times to see us; and Miss brough seemed always delighted to see him.
It is needless to say here in what a multiplicity of companies brough was engaged.