The mascots of the London Olympics, named Wenlock and Mandeville.
And to take advantage of the sickness of Mandeville's daughter, at that; I can hardly believe it of him.
It is the same with the fabulous travels of Jean de Mandeville.
They had held land in Cambridge for over 100 years of the gift of the earl of Mandeville.
In Mandeville, and in Kaye, it is presented only in its barest and starkest form.
The English translation of the Travels of Mandeville enjoyed still greater popularity.
It will be some relief to see Mr. Mandeville alone; but even then how shall I meet him?
Mandeville affirms that he was descended of an ancient and noble family, and was born at St Albans.
I wish Mandeville would travel more, or that he had stayed at home.
He has set up a factory, thirty miles from Mandeville, in the valley of the Black River.