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Babington

/ˈbæbɪŋtən/
noun
1.
Anthony 1561–86, English conspirator, executed for organizing an unsuccessful plot (1586) to assassinate Elizabeth I and place Mary, Queen of Scots, on the English throne
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  • When the conversations above related took place, the babington wedding had been fixed to take place in a week's time.

    John Caldigate Anthony Trollope
  • Melville always is as positive as babington Macaulay p. 66himself.

    The London Pulpit J. Ewing Ritchie
  • I suppose you are often there,' Mr. babington said to his guest, the parson of Utterden.

    John Caldigate Anthony Trollope
  • babington—By accident, but I believe that does not alter the case.

  • babington Macaulays essays on the various statesmen of the rebellion are good.

  • To him up to that time the babington folk had always been a unit.

    John Caldigate Anthony Trollope
  • This plot is known in history by the name of babington's conspiracy.

  • It was as though a thunderbolt had fallen among them at babington.

    John Caldigate Anthony Trollope
  • Then there had been a few words, and the Squire had asserted himself, and insisted upon asking Shand to babington.

    John Caldigate Anthony Trollope
  • Mr. babington was so shocked that he did not cease to stir himself.

    John Caldigate Anthony Trollope

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