In one case a book is noted as given to Bishop kempe of London.
For a summary of developments and references, see kempe, op.
Remaining therefore with Lieut. kempe, in the cutter, to watch their motions, I sent my boat on board with the man who was hurt.
There was kempe, the low comedian, who succeeded Tarlton in that line.
Bishop kempe, who held the see of London, appears to have been active in this movement.
The family of Kemp or kempe is one of great antiquity in Kent.
kempe, Shakespeare, and Burbadge were paid for these performances on the following March.
Was not “Will kempe” the go-between p. 18the manager and the author?
Enthusiastic as kempe was, however, he injected an apologetic note in his lecture.
Here is where kempe's generalization begins to come into sight.