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dear fellow is always good-natured and it was to her he talked, quite preventing Gregory from doing so, had he been minded to converse. But in the bosom of his family Gregory rarely conversed. After one has lived for years with people able to talk for hours
01 December 1888 - The Graphic - London, London, England
 
THE TAVERN KNIGHT

THE TAVERN KNIGHT

Moreover, Gregory, bethink you there has been a change, and the wind carries an edge that will arouse every devil of rheumatism in my bones. I am no lad, Gregory, and travelling at this season is no small matter for a man of fifty." Gregory approached
06 February 1904 - The Sphere - London, London, England
 
Richard stepped back, but he did not obey, cried. I will not. lam vowed. You, too.” “Why? Why?” he Gregory

Richard stepped back, but he did not obey, cried. I will not. lam vowed. You, too.” “Why? Why?” he Gregory

touching the page. And as before, Gregory could see the little pink tip of his tongue twisted and caught in his teeth. Gregory started back, and panic caught him. That —that was Richard ! Till the bell rang for High Mass, Gregory sat, gripping one hand over
23 November 1929 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
BEHIND THE VERDICT: VI.--MANSLAUGHTER

BEHIND THE VERDICT: VI.--MANSLAUGHTER

Ansdell, until a very few years ago." Sir Gregory's tone was gentle, depreciatory. Miss Ansdell flushed. In common with most who came in contact with him, she admired the way in which he gave himself no airs. Sir Gregory's manner altered subtly as he entered
09 October 1929 - The Sketch - London, London, England
 
mm T , ATE DEAW GREGORY .

mm T , ATE DEAW GREGORY .

mm T , ATE DEAW GREGORY . ( A GREAT GHUKCH 31 AM . Tee Very ' Ker . ^ Rofeeft Gregory , formerly Dean of St Paul ' s Cathedral , died at The Deanery at 5 . 30 a . h . yesterday , aged ninetytwo . Dr Gregory had been unconscious for a considerable time
03 August 1911 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
HIS LITTLE FAILING

HIS LITTLE FAILING

into writing. I suppose I was right, Sir Gregory? I was not favourably impressed by their appearance they were young." "Young?" murmured Sir Gregory, absently glancing towards the window. "They were young, Sir Gregory, younger than such parties usually are
07 March 1891 - Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News - London, London, England
 
MUSIC AND MUSICIANS " COMPANION TO MUSIC "

MUSIC AND MUSICIANS " COMPANION TO MUSIC "

David Gregory of Kinnairdy , Charles Gregory ( 1681-1754 ) , whe retire ^ from his post as Professor ol Mathematics at St Andrews after s period of thirty-two years , was succeeded by his son , David Gregory ( 1712-65 ) , the last of the Gregorys to oc
03 November 1938 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
The will (dated March 14, 1890), with one codicil (dated Nov. 5. 1891), of Mr. George Burrow Gregory, of Boarzell,

The will (dated March 14, 1890), with one codicil (dated Nov. 5. 1891), of Mr. George Burrow Gregory, of Boarzell,

George Francis Gregory) appoints the remaining three fourths of the funds (subject to the trusts of the late Mrs. Hodgson's will) to his daughter. Frances Ann Gregory, and his sons, John Roger Burrow Gregory and Herbert Edward Gregory, in equal shares
02 April 1892 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
The Vandal: Even a family dilemma can have its humorous side

The Vandal: Even a family dilemma can have its humorous side

slippers over her cold feet. Opening her door she stepped out on the landing, just as Gregory shouted to Elspeth "Tell my mother I'm here." She reflected that to men of Gregory's nature, old age was inseparable from infirmity, and it had become fixed in his
01 May 1952 - Britannia and Eve - London, London, England