Martin Robinson, 1812–85, U.S. physician, army officer, and political reformer: leader of the Black Nationalist movement.
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How to use Delany in a sentence
Turns out different countries date differently, reports Ella Delany.
We have sent my friend, Dr. Delany, to see what Africa is, and he will tell you the results—so very favorable—of his exploration.Official Report of the Niger Valley Exploring Party | Martin Robinson Delany
I was asking him about a townsman of his own—one Tim Delany,—the very cut of himself, the best servant I ever had.Charles O'Malley, The Irish Dragoon, Volume 2 (of 2) | Charles Lever
Delany declares that the habit helped to weaken his intellect.Swift | Leslie Stephen
Delany, as I have said, testifies to his excellence in that capacity.Swift | Leslie Stephen
None of his cases were ever thrown out of court for lack of evidence, but then, Delany never arrested anybody who wasn't guilty!By Advice of Counsel | Arthur Train