The greater part of the building was pulled down by the Earl of Strafford about the year 1745.
It may be, too, that some mingled feeling may have arisen in Strafford's breast.
He intrigued at court against Portland and against Strafford, who expressed for him the greatest contempt.
Strafford, The wind that saps these walls can undermine Your camp in Scotland, too.
Mrs. Costello leaned back in her chair, and Mr. Strafford watched her from under the shadow of his hand.
A small matter, I warrant you,' replied Strafford with forced levity.
But the crime of Strafford was none the less a crime that it did not fall within the scope of the Statute of Treasons.
Pym will fail worse than Strafford if he thinks To frighten him.
His administration of the island imitated that of Strafford in Ireland.
Oh, we'll dispense With seeing Strafford for a month or two!