The notable orators of that day were O'Connell and brougham.
brougham was furious, and many of the high Tories greatly provoked.
"No, they expect to be late," answered Mrs. brougham serenely.
brougham was triumphant, the Duke moderate and conciliatory.
His part in the whole matter was over when he stepped back into the brougham which she had left.
"It is worse than death," sobbed Mrs. brougham, and they all felt that it was so.
No doubt; but is not the responsibility the editor's, and not brougham's?
Jewel stood on the steps and waved her hand as the brougham rolled away.
brougham first turned aside their repugnance by telling them what Bacon knew, that "knowledge is power."
The atmosphere was lightened, and the brougham drew up at the clubhouse.
1851, one-horse closed carriage with two or four wheels, for two or four persons, from first Lord Brougham (1778-1868). The family name is from a place in Westmoreland.