Stephen Leake, an ingenious writer on coins and heraldry, died at thorp, England.
This new type is illustrated in Hallock & thorp's Catalogue.
thorp, the lucky bridegroom, was a fine dashing fellow, bent upon distinguishing himself.
thorp perceived it, without any 'lead' from me; so it is not merely my own fancy.
thorp in his deposition said: 'Two of the enemy were killed—one with a hatchet after bring wounded and helpless.
And saying this, he left the room, followed by Colonel thorp.
Once upon a time amidst the mountains and hills and falling streams of a fair land there was a town or thorp in a certain valley.
The Court of Aldermen selected thorp, but he declined to take office.
He scalped thorp and carred off the whole upper part of his skull with it.
Colonel thorp was entitled to the information that he and Mr. St. Clair alone possessed.
Old English ðorp "village, hamlet, farm, estate," reinforced by Old Norse ðorp, both from Proto-Germanic *thurpa- (cf. Old Frisian thorp, Frisian terp, Middle Dutch, Dutch dorp, German dorf "village," Gothic þaurp "estate, land, field"), probably from PIE root *treb- "dwelling." Preserved in place names ending in -thorp, -thrup.