Burys edition of Gibbons Decline and Fall.
Gibbons was transferred to the see of Richmond, Virginia, in 1872, and in 1877 was made coadjutor, with the right of succession, to the Archbishop (James R.
Evelyn was a generous art patron, and Grinling Gibbons was introduced by him to the notice of Charles II.
Dean and the young man whose name was Lou Gibbons chatted about the day's ride.
To Gibbons, it had been a piece of cake.
"By the way," Gibbons said to Fred, "I saw the guy in the show-er—the one who gave me Corbin's reservation.
"You can't miss his campsite," Gibbons answered, "It's the only one without a tent set up on it—just a pile of gear on the ground.
Before Gibbons was out of sight, Dean slumped to the ground, with a look on his face that mirrored both of their disappointment that the man they were pursuing was now aware the two-man posse was closing in.
Instead I should be ashamed of myself for not telling Gibbons to be mum about our looking for the guy.
Gibbons would have been suspicious if you told him to keep quiet about your interest in Corbin.
They found the gear with little trouble where Gibbons had directed.
Sir Frederick Gore Ouseley's comparison of the church and chamber pitches of Orlando Gibbons (vide Ellis's lecture) clearly shows the minor third in Great Britain in the first half of the 17th century.
Four years later (1823) Webster argued the case of Gibbons v.
Gibbons, who had begun to run a steamboat from New Jersey, appealed to the Supreme Court.
Gibbons may be divided into two groups, the one represented by the siamang, Hylobates (Symphalangus) syndactylus, of Sumatra and the Malay Peninsula, and the other by a number of closely allied species.
This family includes four kinds, the gibbons of S.
Each of these apes resembles man most in some one physical characteristic: the gibbons in the formation of the teeth, the orangs in the brain-structure, the gorillas in size, and the chimpanzees in the sigmoid flexure of the spine.