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Hartington

/ˈhɑːtɪŋtən/
noun
1.
Lord. See (8th Duke of) Devonshire
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  • Mr. hartington is the last man I should choose; he has no aim or purpose whatever, and he would ruin my life as well as his own.

    A Girl of the Commune George Alfred Henty
  • You are a rum fellow, hartington, and I never know when you are in earnest and when you are not.

    A Girl of the Commune George Alfred Henty
  • "Sidewalk and street, too," continued Mr. hartington, slowly.

    Coniston, Complete Winston Churchill
  • "Well, you got well out of it anyhow, hartington," Pierre said.

    A Girl of the Commune George Alfred Henty
  • What a fellow you are, hartington, to be thinking of the birds when there are tens of thousands of people made miserable.

    A Girl of the Commune George Alfred Henty
  • I may also say, Mr. hartington, that I had the highest respect for your father.

    A Girl of the Commune George Alfred Henty
  • The Marquess of hartington asked that the motion should not be pressed.

  • He would apparently go as far with Mr. Chamberlain in domestic reform as he could carry Lord hartington.

    Lord Randolph Churchill Winston Spencer Churchill
  • You saw your father after this supposed transaction, Mr. hartington?

    A Girl of the Commune George Alfred Henty
  • This will make a reconstruction of the Liberal Government under hartington impossible.

    Lord Randolph Churchill Winston Spencer Churchill

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