Bannerman sentence example
- Campbell Bannerman 1905-1908 H.
- CAMPBELL - BANNERMAN, SIR Henry (1836-1908), English prime minister, was born on the 7th of September 1836, being the second son of Sir James Campbell, Bart., of Stracathro, Forfarshire, lord provost of Glasgow.
- In 1907, the year of the Imperial Conference, he pleaded strongly for Colonial Preference, a policy against which, in spite of the support which it obtained from Dominion Ministers, Sir Henry Campbell * Bannerman's Government set its face.
- Both his father and his uncle William Campbell, who had together founded an important drapery business in Glasgow, left him considerable fortunes; and he assumed the name of Bannerman in 1872, in compliance with the provisions of the will of his maternal uncle, Henry Bannerman, from whom he inherited a large property in Kent.
- The downfall of Mr Balfour's administration, and the necessity of reorganizing the Unionist forces on the basis of the common platform now adopted, naturally represented a fresh departure under his leadership, the conditions of which to some extent depended on the opportunities given to the new opposition by the proceedings of the Radical government (see Campbell Bannerman, Sir H.; and Asquith, H.Advertisement
- Newburgh Landing: This narrated history tour departs from Newburgh Landing and sails past ruins of a 19th century castle on Bannerman's Island.
- There are some differences from the novel, and the most intriguing change is that in the series ex-fiancee Sarah is married to the local sheriff Walt Bannerman (Chris Bruno).
- Bannerman is wary of Johnny, and with good reason.
- But Bannerman is a good man and a good cop, and if appealing for help from his wife's old boyfriend is what it takes to catch a serial killer, that's what he'll do.
- At first highly skeptical, especially when Johnny implicates a sheriff's deputy who is Bannerman's good friend, by the end of the pilot he and Johnny have joined forces to apprehend the perp.Advertisement