I really must catch the three oclock train to Cowes, he explained.
Cowes, with a pleasant party and hotels handy, was all very well.
The clouds have all cleared away, and the sky is bluer than I have ever seen it since I first met you at Cowes.
The yacht, as we before observed, was bound to Cowes, in the Isle of Wight.
We fell down Yarmouth road, but the next day were forced back to Cowes.
This night I expected to have anchored your vessel in Cowes, and have left them in safety.'
She had been told that he was not to be at Cowes till Monday, and lo!
Than, sayde the Janwaye, here needeth no batayle: for this that I beare is a Cowes heed.
She was going to Grasmere immediately after the Cowes week to see her dear grandmother, and to be assured of her approval.
It had annoyed her, too, to learn that the Cowes Week had been given up.