Has it ever occurred to you,” asked hulme, “that the writing might be of a very much later date—late Stuart, for instance?
One of this family of hulme founded in 1691 the hulmeian scholarships at Oxford.
He evidently solved the riddle some generations earlier than hulme—and stored his bloodstained hoard in the ancient hiding-place.
I studied the face of hulme, to see how he would take the news.
Lady Dartelle, of hulme Abbey, was one of those who placed implicit faith in him.
Cobbett, hulme, and the Radicals disliked him because his methods were too moderate for them.
Mr. hulme called upon me and walked towards the steam boats; presented me with a chart of the Ohio.
A brief history of his activities is given in hulme's Journal, in our volume x, p. 50, note 22.
Leaving hulme out of the question, there is an altogether more mysterious business afoot.
I shall consider it my duty to speak to his lordship in the morning; and you must prepare to leave hulme Abbey at once.