- a crossbreed of large sheep having a black and white face and a long curly fleece: kept for lamb production
C20: named after Masham, town in N Yorkshire
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Early as I was at the rendezvous, Hawkesbury was before me, and with him his friend Masham.
Masham, by the way, was very sorry to hear of your accident, and asked me to tell you so.
My next was to find out Masham, and take some desperate revenge on him.
Masham on seeing me started, and looked inquiringly at Hawkesbury.
From 1710 Mrs. Masham's only rival in the royal favour was the Duchess of Somerset.The Journal to Stella