So about 1:30 he says an order was sent to Sears and cockerell to withdraw.
No. 429, built for an insurance office by Mr. cockerell, has a fine faade.
Mr. cockerell liked it so little that Fanny would not send me his opinion.
To the cockerell bibliography have been added a few notes of my own.
cockerell concluded that the excavation was probably made in the days of Minos as a storehouse for corn and valuables.
I have, however, kept to cockerell's names to avoid confusion.
The central portion is not worked with palmettes, as shown by cockerell.
cockerell was at length ordered forward and the attack began.
Then an attempt at cockerell's end brought a loss and the inevitable kick.
In 1821-2 Mr. cockerell removed for a time the ball and cross.