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Someone who had known her for years told Davies that she could at times seem like “the beating heart of the Devil.”
As Davies tells it, monogamy did not have much of a grip on the upper levels of public life.
Everything that Davies uncovered led back to one place, the newsroom of the News of The World.
Davies is a freelancer “so I hide out in my study down in deepest Sussex.”
He could, if he chose, go deeper than Davies into his own soul and the truth of how orders were given and executed.
Davies's brigade fought gallantly to resist Hampton's assaults, which began as soon as the firing on Custer in the rear was heard.Civil War Experiences|Henry Coddington Meyer
Davies says (p. 20) that shortly before Garrick's time 'a taste for Shakespeare had been revived.Life Of Johnson, Volume 5|Boswell
Lacy told Davies that the Barrys' salary was 1500 a year (but the cost of their dresses fell heavily on them).Their Majesties' Servants (Volume 2 of 3)|John Doran
Davies, too, Marlowe's early friend, rose to fame both as a poet and a statesman.Books Condemned to be Burnt|James Anson Farrer
There is a cottage down on the cliff—it belongs to Mr. Davies, who lives in the Castle.Beatrice|H. Rider Haggard