And I had one more asset that Cosima loved: golden retrievers, seven of them; her dogs had had to stay behind at Clarendon Court.
Murdoch fits Clarendon's description of Cromwell, updated by David Chandler to describe Napoleon, as "a great, bad man."
Claus and Cosima had lost access to their Rhode Island estate, Clarendon Court.
Meanwhile Catherine was teaching in Mr. Clarendon's Sunday school, and attending his prayer-meetings.
Charles withdrew his protection, threw Clarendon to the wolves.
The pretended forgery on Clarendon was nothing but a gross imposture.
Nat rode at the head, with Mr. Clarendon and Melville just behind him.
Clarendon appears to have approved of comprehension but not of toleration.
Secondly, Clarendon is at his best an incomparable narrator.
Clarendon was immensely disgusted, but wrote back a very temperate answer.
a thickened Roman type face, 1845, evidently named for the Clarendon press at Oxford University, which was set up 1713 in the Clarendon Building, named for university Chancellor Edward Hyde, 1st Earl of Clarendon.