The country between it and chepstow, from which it is distant about four miles, is delightfully green, but somewhat tame.
"Oh, Mr. Cleek, do tell me what you mean," implored Lady chepstow.
chepstow in the Civil War was held for the king, and surrendered to the Parliamentary troops.
I left you on a Thursday, and reached chepstow yesterday, Thursday evening.
Audrey and I are going to school, as daily boarders, just outside the village; chepstow House it is called.
At chepstow, for instance, or at Newport, you might find a home for a while.
Mrs. chepstow had certainly lived very wrongly, in a way to excite disgust, perhaps, as well as pity.
"I heard you say you were giving a party at chepstow," he began.
Professional secrecy debarred him from telling Nigel what Mrs. chepstow had said of herself.
All three heirs to peerages, and two of them were staying with the Lorings at chepstow when I was there.