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"An actress of guts and daring," wrote Vincent Canby, then The New York Times theater critic, of that 1995 Cocteau turn of hers.
Canby was of the opinion that the cotton trade aided the Confederates.Civil War and Reconstruction in Alabama|Walter L. Fleming
Some one went to report the affair to the adjutant-general, Canby, and he to General Riley.The Memoirs of General W. T. Sherman, Complete|William T. Sherman
So Daniel did nothing further than to remonstrate mildly concerning the acceptance of Miss Canby's invitation.
Annette had characterized the gifted Miss Canby as unusual, and the social affairs given by her as unique.
Miss Canby wants the office, but she is too closely identified with me to be perfectly safe.