Mr. Washbourn removed to Hammersmith, and never came to wellingborough again.
She looked at them as they began to dance; then she looked at the Duchess of wellingborough, who was also dancing.
Oundle is seven miles, Kettering eight, Rowell eleven or twelve, and wellingborough thirteen miles distant.
And the Duchess of wellingborough had not hinted that she held such an opinion about him.
Smell its old morocco binding, wellingborough; does it not smell somewhat mummy-ish?
As the Duchess of wellingborough would have phrased it, she was "crazy" to know him.
In a few instances there are two parvises, one over the north and one over the south porch, as at wellingborough.
He continued to reside in wellingborough until his death, which took place in the year 1832.
wellingborough , a market-town in Northamptonshire, 10 m. NE.
He died at wellingborough June 23rd, 1842, and was interred in the burying ground belonging to the Meeting.