"The School-Mistress" of Shenstone has been admired for its simplicity and tenderness, not for its exquisitely ludicrous turn!
But next day they turned up at Shenstone, earlier than usual.
Johnson himself is the most scornful of the critics upon Shenstone's rural pursuits.
Mr. Shenstone's face was pale, and he put his hand to his forehead, as if in pain.
For the solubility at higher temperatures, see Tilden and Shenstone, Phil.
I had understood from Mr. Shenstone that it was his wish that you should remain for the present here.
The poet Shenstone, who comes next in order, seems to have written an elegy on purpose to stigmatize this trade.
We all remember Shenstone's epigram on the pane of a tavern window.
Shenstone was a frequenter of this house, and came here to read pamphlets—the subscription being one shilling.
The diction of Shenstone 'is often harsh, improper, and affected,' &c.