Very good abstracts of both papers appear in sainsbury's Calendar.
"Yes, Winks is a darling and Mrs. sainsbury is a peach--" Dorothy agreed.
sainsbury's Calendar, p. 95, where the conjectural date is 1628.
I hope sainsbury will be content with our title-deeds, for I cannot furnish another shred of parchment.
I will try to get somebody to lend me what I want—say Mrs. sainsbury, or the Tamworths.
But your arguments do not convince sainsbury, and I have very little hope from the Lenborough search.
sainsbury and his son were amused, but not surprised, at the anxiety I evinced to obtain a nearer insight into Maunsell's history.
A job coach conveyed us in a short time to Mr sainsbury's abode.
One member of the family “entered the army, and for some reason changed his name p. 21to sainsbury.”