The angel Jeffrey's halo may be rusty.
"Which room was Jeffrey's?" asked Cynthia softly as they stepped inside the door.
Jeffrey's alive and he's here, isn't he?
A project for a new review was brought forward by Sydney Smith in Jeffrey's flat in the presence of H.
The period of Jeffrey's editorship extended to about twenty-six years, ceasing with the ninetyeighth number, published in June 1829, when he resigned in favour of Macvey Napier.
Jeffrey's own contributions, according to a list which has the sanction of his authority, numbered two hundred, all except six being written before his resignation of the editorship. Jeffrey wrote with great rapidity, at odd moments of leisure and with little special preparation.
The proceedings were stopped by the police, and Jeffrey's pistol was found to contain no bullet.
Jeffrey's wife had died in 1805, and in 1810 he became acquainted with Charlotte, daughter of Charles Wilkes of New York, and great-niece of John Wilkes.
Manchester, originally a part of Salem, was settled about 1630 and was at first known as Jeffrey's Creek.
Carlyle's proud spirit of independence made him reject Jeffrey's help as long as possible; and even his acknowledgment of the generosity (in the Reminiscences) is tinged with something disagreeably like resentment.