My dear Mrs. Gisborne—I am very sorry that you have so much trouble with my commissions, and vainly, too!
Mr. Field invited Mr. Gisborne to his house in order to discuss the project.
To-day we reached Gisborne, and anchored in a big bay; there was a heavy sea on, so we remained on board.
It was no longer she who presided at the feast, but her portrait by Gisborne, R.A.
His name was Guy of Gisborne, and he hailed from the borders of Lancashire.
“That is Mr. Gisborne,” said he, as soon as the gentleman was past.
This was in the days when Gisborne was celebrated and Tanqueray was not.
The new Gisborne building is built on the west beyond the hall.
If Jane had had the face that Gisborne gave her she would never have had any charm for Tanqueray.
Mrs. Gisborne had been a friend of Mary Wollstonecraft and Godwin.