In the end, the problem for Britten and Berkeley was the same.
Britten and I belonged to one of the precocious types, and Cossington very probably to another.
The rogue came to me, and I told him that the will was made, and that Britten and Sloane had witnessed it.
My only influential councillor at first was old Britten, who became my sub-editor.
The discovery of Britten happened to me when we were both in the Lower Fifth.
Mr Britten in 1876 patented a process for the manufacture of glass from blast furnace slag.
"I'd like you to indicate directions," said Britten, and waited.
"We may have to look around a little, though," remarked Tom as Captain Britten ordered the tug halted and anchors lowered.
Britten wasn't subdued by his first rebuff; presently he was at us again.
Britten rubbed the palm of his hand on the corner of his desk.