I had no reason to suppose that hitherto Derwent Rose had ever gone under any name but his own.
But with what we now have, if we can get that from 'Derwent,' we shall do very well.
Hathersage is surrounded with places of interest, and the Derwent is here thirteen miles from its source.
Now and again young Derwent introduced some excitement into my dull life.
Derwent had taken a needed holiday in May, directly following the prick of Goberts balloon, and was now back again at his post.
His brother, the Duke of Derwent, had eighty thousand a year.
In the evening of the 21st they entered the mouth of the Derwent.
I have just got a letter from Derwent, in which he says the thing is impossible.
Among other pursuits, he has been known to follow salmon poaching in the river Derwent and its tributaries.
A pretty and engaging child,' his brother Derwent says he was.