He had been in Crompton but three months, and had come there from a small parish in Virginia.
They always seem to be so in books; and Crompton certainly was a genius.
She had laid siege to the Crompton House, from which most of the others shrank.
Crompton lost his eye, but my punishment was as severe as his.
Little did Wyatt and Hargreaves and Crompton eat of the bread of idleness they built the oven for.
This was invented by Crompton between 1774 and 1779, but was never patented.
Its people were mostly well educated and intelligent, and they had Col. Crompton, with his fine house and grounds.
Mr. Crompton began his career in Norwich as a Nonconformist minister, in about 1848.
Eloise was in Crompton, and ever since he left it, a thought of her had been in his mind.
He was still Crompton of Crompton, with his head as high as ever.