The man who acted as second mate was the carpenter of the barque, a fellow named winstanley.
The storm came, and carried off the lighthouse and winstanley in it.
Mrs. winstanley, on the other hand, was the most delightful of comrades.
winstanley then proceeds to consider the question, What is Law?
The “winstanley,” I think, also reposes in the same collection.
Of these winstanley chose to omit the 16 female and 33 Scottish poets.
winstanley's edifice had been polygonal; Rudyard's was to be circular.
The portrait was started by Gilbert Stuart and completed by an artist named winstanley.
The house of winstanley, who afterwards raised the first Eddystone lighthouse, must have been the wonder of the age.
winstanley (no very strong authority, it is true) calls it Cleveland's and 'excellent'.