- John. 1779–1839, Scottish novelist, noted for his ironic humour, esp in Annals of the Parish (1821), The Provost (1822), and The Entail (1823)
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Examples from the Web for galt
The Red Wings practiced in the Windsor Arena that August and September, and Jack Adams signed him to a Galt contract.Gordie Howe Hockey’s Greatest War Horse
May 31, 2014
I don't mean to imply that doctors are all going to move to Galt's Gulch.The Future of the MD
January 23, 2013
From March 2000 until February 2001, PAWS paid for Rider to live in a motel in Galt, Calif., and gave him spending money.The ASPCA Pays Price For Bad-Faith Ringling Brothers Elephant Suit
January 8, 2013
Most likely Galt heard Willie Anschutz rattling the bathroom door, a disruption that doubtless would have tried his concentration.
Now Galt scrambled out of the bathtub and threw the still-warm Gamemaster and his other belongings into the bedspread.
It occurred in the Galt House, in the entry leading from the office.
That Galt was inferior to Scott as a romanticist is what no one would deny.The Entail</p>
He has been recently married and he and his bride are at the Galt House.Reminiscences of a Prisoner of War and His Escape</p>
Daniel Avery Langworthy
I will be here until the night of the 16th, and then at the Galt House.Letters and Literary Memorials of Samuel J. Tilden, v. 2
Samuel J. Tilden
I am not Miss Galt, sir, and you will please not address me further.The Twin Ventriloquists