She would neither go to her nor ask her to come to the little house in Kentish Town.
But the first act, with the Kentish lanes and woods for a back-cloth, must have been charming.
Said to be simply a shortening or abbreviation of Sevenoaks, the Kentish village.
He was certainly a Kentish man, and probably the son of a London clothier.
Essex stiles, Kentish miles, Norfolk wiles, Many men beguiles.
One who carries off fresh provisions to a ship; a Kentish term.
The Kentish men have risen, and Olaf is with them; but he has not, and cannot have enough men to stay the Dane.
"You may shoot me for telling you," said Kentish, with a quiet laugh and shrug.
To have an idea of that vessel, you must call to mind what you have often seen on the Kentish road.
Both were of sound Kentish extraction, albeit varieties of the breed.