"I venture to suggest that your ladyship is over-apprehensive," said Mr. Surtees.
You have been kept late on your round to-night, said Mrs. Surtees.
The Durham halimot books (Surtees Society) supply some instances.
Mrs. Surtees was the last to be moved by the general agitation.
Young clergymen are apt to be formidable rivals, and Mr. Surtees had certainly made some overtures of friendship to Mary Masters.
Mrs. Surtees sat and listened to them with her immovable face of misery.
Mr. Surtees says he saved a part of the estate, and left descendants.
Compare Surtees' Durham, where there is a rude cut of the effigy, vol.
With sporting books in mind it is quite natural to turn to Surtees.
Surtees bore “Ermine with a quarter of the arms of Balliol.”