We had about three-quarters of an hour by rail to our destination, Bushey, in the county of herts.
Wha has the richt to see intil ither fowk's herts and lives?
A good rule for dry weather was a bad one for wet; and what might be advisable for Suffolk would be wrong in herts.
Odd specimens were taken here and there in Kent, Surrey, and herts.
The verra soun o' the name o' 'im was eneuch to gar their herts loup wi' doonricht glaidness.
And that, not only in the north, but in herts and Hants, as I had occasion to note when trout-fishing in these southern counties.
On this northern side it is that we may find it hard to know at any point whether we are in Middlesex or in herts.
Unique social function which took place at Little Puddlethorpe, herts, last week.
Shes a lot better than me and werthy of him so thats all right too but it herts and Id be kind of glad to go out.
No a' the birdies' bonnic sangs, nor a' the sweet warks o' God, can pit glaidness intil broken, sorrowfu' herts.
Old English Heortfordscir, from Herutford (731), literally "ford frequented by harts."