For Abu'l-Mahasin, an Egyptian historian who died in 1470, writing of IIamdi, a famous highwayman of Bagdad in the 10th century, remarks that he is probably the figure who used to be popularly spoken of as Ahmad al-Danaf (ed.
The attempt also of the daring highwayman Maternus to seize the empire was betrayed; but at last Eclectus the emperor's chamberlain, Laetus the praefect of the praetorians, and his mistress Marcia, finding their names on the list of those doomed to death, united to destroy him.
dandy highwayman who you're too scared to mention.
By 1624 he had fallen into considerable financial straits and became a highwayman.
Continuing on her way, Julia rides through the woods, and meets the highwayman.
He saw the young highwayman, a young man who was younger than he himself, fall to the ground.
The story also has a highwayman called Lord Tom.
A predictably grinning Hill told an audience of planners last week: I'm the dandy highwayman who you're too scared to mention.
Trivia: Plummer has the blood of a notorious highwayman in his veins.
Malcolm 27 Nov 2005 The only thing unaffordable in the Turner Pension Report is Gordon, the modern day highwayman.
April 27th 1746 A local highwayman, known for vomiting on his victims, decided to retire.
The real rider was a 17th century highwayman called John Nevison, who made the ride to give himself an alibi for a robbery.
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