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haste, she was at the door before Gregory and her hand, gripping his arm, stopped . Gregory !'* hat is it. dear, what is it?" . Gregory turned to her. face was white and tense, his ®y es s" 11 * his head; was not Gregory's facQ at all. "What it? Tell m
15 February 1936 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
CHAPTER HI.-CONSENT.

CHAPTER HI.-CONSENT.

marriage with Gregory further than ever, and you ought ip be more amenable I our wishes, more anxious pl«Mo us. could noi U men Gregory am sure Gregory could not wish you to off on this wild goose chase yourself.” ” Gregory knows; Gregory has co
05 August 1898 - Monmouthshire Beacon - Monmouth, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
EVENING MAIL, FROM MONDAY, JUNE 19, TO WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21, 1848.

EVENING MAIL, FROM MONDAY, JUNE 19, TO WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21, 1848.

hooting and hissing Mr. Gregory, tbs moaent] appeared on the stsge, were all led oa and instigated by the Duke of Braaswick and] Mr. Vallance. The jury were aware that these persons were charged with a conspiracy to inj are Mr. Gregory as an actor, and drive
21 June 1843 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
PLANK LANE BRIDGE.

PLANK LANE BRIDGE.

month he would be able to prove was absolutely true. Councillor Gregory: Question. Councillor Boydell: If Cnnncillor Gregory will restrain himself until I have finished Conncillor Gregory: Haven’t I a right to interject questions? The Chairman; Certainly
16 September 1910 - Leigh Chronicle and Weekly District Advertiser - Leigh, Lancashire, England
 
PONTEFRACT ADVERTISER. JAfttfAßt "ISSL

PONTEFRACT ADVERTISER. JAfttfAßt "ISSL

dropped Gregory Kendall at a watering station. Arri Ted the asylum, I entered the foreigner with the papers made out for Gregory EendalL Perhaps ray conscience was none too tender. I hare got Gregory Kendall safely incarcerated. I want Gregory Kendall
10 January 1891 - Pontefract Advertiser - Pontefract, Yorkshire, England
 
THE SILENT WITNESS.

THE SILENT WITNESS.

come within the province of Detective Wilson." "Tell him," said Gregory, trembling violently, that I. Gregory Kendall. your old fag, Hugh, have alrendy retained you for the What! Yon, Gregory, amur— "Hush! I said so! 1 hear him panting up the stairs! Where
10 December 1896 - Merthyr Times, and Dowlais Times, and Aberdare Echo - Merthyr Tydfil, Glamorgan, Wales
 
MRS. J. H. WALWORTH.

MRS. J. H. WALWORTH.

not within the province of Detective "“THi him," said Gregory, trembling violently, “that I, Gregory Kendall, your old fag, Hugh, bare nlreiidy retained yon for the <lr/eute __ •• What I You, Gregory, a mtir •• Hush ! I said so! I hear him panting up the
31 December 1890 - Chichester Observer - Chichester, Sussex, England
 
MRS. GREGORY’S SUSPICIONSL

MRS. GREGORY’S SUSPICIONSL

of the models I hare seen there were rather pretty girls,” said Mrs. Gregory. insidiously. “Some policemen I’re seen are eery handsome men,** was Mrs. Molloy’s rejoinder. Mrs. Gregory changed the subject, not wish* ing force a quarrel. Her suspicions remained
30 December 1914 - Suffolk and Essex Free Press - Sudbury, Suffolk, England
 
SIR GREGORY'S SHIM

SIR GREGORY'S SHIM

best—" He stopped again as Sir Gregory rose and he saw the expression of his face. Sir Gregory kissed his wife and said. "I must have a talk with Hubner. dear, before he says anything more." "You're not angry with him, Gregory?" she asked anxiously. No. my
05 May 1911 - Henley & South Oxford Standard - Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, England
 
SIR GREGORY'S SILENCE

SIR GREGORY'S SILENCE

SIR GREGORY'S SILENCE IT ARTHUR W. MARCHMONT. Arias "The Mae Wh. Was Demi." `By Rigid .1 Sword" & time coming of age of nunurr Trey,!het, only not Ilk Gregory Tem*Hoch. anti the rips...mg., are general A elle ham already teen ehieen foe hatu—a smithy
19 May 1911 - Henley & South Oxford Standard - Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, England