Often called in England the Malvern pear, being much grown about that place; esteemed for perry.
"Run up to your room, my dear," said good-natured Lady Malvern.
The early summer of 1838 was spent by the Vice-Chancellor and his family at Malvern.
For the first time since Malvern Hill, our forces had the advantage of position.
Malvern Hill left out, the two armies would have mingled their lines between that and Westover during the 3d and 4th of July.
Some one told me that he was gone or going to the Water Doctor at Malvern.
Arden privately decided, if they did not find Sim at either station, to tell Mrs. Malvern at the first opportunity.
Shall a lay-brother of Malvern stoop to play handy-dandy for favours?
C was with the regiment, just returned from hospital partially recovered from a wound received at Malvern Hill.
He will have it as how 't was child's prattle yonder in Malvern Chase.