About the year 1720, he was induced by the Duke of Rutland to come to England, and was received into the house of that nobleman.
Rutland is won and passed, and Lincolnshire once more entered.
The Duke of Rutland jumped into his carriage and flew thither himself to bear the glad tidings.
Rutland is so patently irritated, that Margaret lingers in the doorway to enjoy.
The tower is of the Kelton stone, a very superior kind of freestone, of beautiful colour, from the county of Rutland.
Rutland and Dowsett come forward to table for their tea, where they remain.
At Rutland Square the crowd was tightly packed, but perfectly well-behaved, and the guests were enthusiastically cheered.
Appealing to the other men, ignoring Rutland and not considering Dobleman at all.
The Duke of Rutland carried away the £30 prize for the thinnest steer.
This part of the property was claimed by the Earl of Rutland, and was being used by him.