Haydon sentence example
- Benjamin Robert Haydon >>
- Haydon (London, 1858-1863); the Monk of Evesham, Historia vitae et regni Ricardi II., ed.
- confronted by the bipolar ideological realities of the cold war, Haydon found himself fighting on what he saw as the wrong side.
- Haydon in 1844, making good the route from Port Phillip to Gipps' Land with loaded drays, through a dense tangled scrub, which had been described by Strzelecki as his worst obstacle.