Never again will I take reading for granted; Sherman and Grafton made clear that bookishness is a behavior worth looking into.
And after her came my Uncle Grafton and my grandfather, with all the servants who had been in hearing.
Many minutes had not elapsed ere we reached the corner of Grafton Street.
Churchill and Grafton were entrusted with the task of reassembling the dispersed army and bringing it into order.
We were very particular at Grafton Hall about our hockey balls.
His first venture was as editor and publisher of a newspaper in Grafton county, New Hampshire.
"I beg of you not to jest of me before the lads, father," said Grafton.
The Duke of Grafton came to visit me, going to his ship at the mouth of the river, in his way to Ireland (where he was slain).
Grafton had given many of the old servants cause to remember him.
Mr. Grafton, she knew, had arranged that, who was always so kind.