I believe Mrs. Carnarvon is going to invite you to dine here Thursday night.
It has since been sold to another noble lord—the Earl of Carnarvon.
Several pleasant excursions may be recommended to the Tourist, whilst resident at Carnarvon: p. 961st.
He knew nothing of the Carnarvon incident, and was incensed to discover it.
This has been the history of many an heir-apparent, and of none more decidedly than of Edward of Carnarvon.
The Inflexible's boats are doing the same, and so are the Carnarvon's.
A brother left him a legacy, and in 1780 Wilson retired to a pleasant home at Llanberis, Carnarvon, where he died two years later.
Surely, brother Humphrey, the dog can't be in the Carnarvon Arms?
Feeling the hand of death upon him, he made his son Edward of Carnarvon swear to persevere in the expedition against Bruce.
At last, and all too soon, they came back to Carnarvon Square.