Oh, what a flood of memories come up at the name of Betsey Stoddard,—daughter of the revd.
He spent several years in Carnarvonshire, and he had a brother, the revd.
There are Shenstone's letters for samples of one kind and those of the revd.
In the hope that these lines will find you in good health, I have the honour to remain, revd.
The curate in course of time married the squire's daughter and I dare say long afterwards succeeded the revd.
Having settled all these matters to his satisfaction, and certainly to that of the revd.
Mary March was first taken to Twillingate, where, she was placed under the care of the revd.
About four o'clock on the Sunday afternoon the Professor called at the house of the revd.
Pray present my kind remembrances to Mrs. B. and believe me to remain, revd.
In that old Manor House where he lived assembled others of his ways of thought: the revd.