And again Mr. wintle had good reason to be "much pleased with Blossom."
Mrs. Gilbert's uncle, Mr. wintle, was a fellow of St. John's.
Mr. wintle interdicted two or three, but amongst the rest his grandchildren were at liberty to select.
Except the 'Shell and Tortoise' and 'wintle,' the estate supplied the repast.
Mr. wintle gave it to the servant who was to walk out with her, and who read aloud as she walked.
We must refer our Correspondent to the critical commentators on the passage: Lowth or wintle, for instance.
Mr. wintle gave his little grand-daughter a new name after her loss of sight.
I remember riding a very hard puller belonging to Mr. wintle, of Shanghai.
Sponge was silent, and took a great gulp of the dull 'wintle,' to save himself from answering.
The theory was by no means adopted by Bessie's parents; and the name of Blossom was used by Mr. wintle only.