And even Whittington has been sounding more belligerent of late.
Whittington is also said to be close to Les Hinton, the recently resigned Murdoch deputy, and to have dined with Brooks.
Her husband is a very polite personage, but I wish he would not carry me out in his coach and six, like Whittington and his cat.
Not "turn again, Whittington," like those of Bow, in the days of yore?'
There is the Church of Whittington, close by the place where his college stood.
Major Whittington, I have not had a furlough since we landed in France.
All those ideas are exploded like nursery rhymes, such as "Whittington and his Cat."
Immediately after Whittington's death the story was spread about.
It seemed to carry an admonition with it; something like the premonition conveyed to young Whittington by Bow Bells.
In the year 1378 Whittington's name first appears in the City papers.