Mr harrogate, the great financier, did indeed enter the room, but nobody looked at him.
There is one spot in harrogate that has a suggestion of the early days of the town.
General Bartholomew was at harrogate, and her letter had been sent on to him there, wrote a polite secretary.
harrogate has millions in his safes, and I have—the hole in my pocket.
The assembly over, he set off to return to harrogate, and arrived there about three in the morning.
For I cannot think that anybody would go to harrogate if he was not obliged.
Mr harrogate answered nothing; so the words must have had some meaning.
harrogate, it appears, means the Soldiers' Hill on the Road.
Matters were in this state when Jack, who had not been to harrogate for seven months, suddenly heard that he had a rival.
In the end, Metcalf reached harrogate two days before the colonel.