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66 examples of  goffe  in sentences

66 examples of goffe in sentences

You must be either Goffe, Whalley, or the devil, for there are no others in England who could beat me.

One was Edward Whalley, who had first won laurels in the field at Naseby, had even enjoyed the confidence of Cromwell, and remained a friend of the Independents; one was William Goffe, a firm friend of the family of Cromwell, a good soldier and an ardent partisan, but ignorant of the true principles of freedom.

Goffe, with his child, came first, but was known as soon as he entered the town, and lodging was refused him at every house until he came to the home of the kind Puritan, Mathew Stevens, who sheltered the man and his child, though it might endanger his own head.

Whalley and Goffe both had been generals in the army of Cromwell and were men of undoubted courage.

It was currently reported in England that Whalley and Goffe were at the head of an army.

" Friends of the colonies denied the reports and assured the king that New England was loyal; but despite the fact of their assertions, Whalley and Goffe were still at large.

Even when their pursuers were close on their trail, Goffe, with a daring that was reckless, frequently appeared in Boston, usually in disguise.

" "What name?" "Goffe.

" "What know you of Goffe, pray?" "I have heard of him.

" General Goffe shook his white locks and said: "So young, and made to feel the grinding heel of the despot!

The aged patriarch at last seized the arm of General Goffe and asked: "Whom have we here?" The general, in the joy of meeting his daughter from whom he had been separated, had forgotten Robert.

Ester Goffe was the most interesting person at Boston.

The third day after his arrival, General Goffe mysteriously disappeared.

" In a few moments a dozen cavaliers with swords and pistols rushed on General Goffe.

General Goffe took advantage of the moment to mount a swift horse and fly.

" So great was their dread of the new king after the restoration, that, as we have seen, Whalley and Goffe were denied shelter at all the public houses in Boston.

Neither Whalley nor Goffe had been seen since the day that Robert Stevens assisted the latter to make his escape.

It has since been ascertained that Goffe and Whalley were at that time concealed at the house of Mr. Russel in Hadley, and it is inferred that Goffe left his concealment when the danger threatened, and, forming the men, led them to victory.

It has since been ascertained that Goffe and Whalley were at that time concealed at the house of Mr. Russel in Hadley, and it is inferred that Goffe left his concealment when the danger threatened, and, forming the men, led them to victory.

His meeting with General Goffe and his love for Ester had more strongly cemented his love for liberty; but Robert held his peace, and the stepfather went on.

Do not Whalley and Goffe find in that country aiders and abettors in their criminal proceeding?" "The New Englanders are friendly to the education of the masses.

tyranny!" Robert loved freedom as dearly as he loved Ester Goffe, and one was as necessary to his existence as the other.

" With such assurances, he consoled her as only a stout, brave brother can, and to win her mind from the subject that tormented her most, he told her of Ester Goffe and their betrothal, with a few of his wild adventures in New England, where, at this time, King Philip's war was raging with relentless fury.

Rebecca was astonished to see the pretty stranger; but before she could ask who she was, the maid said: "I am Ester Goffe from Massachusetts.

" "EsterEster Goffe," stammered Rebecca.

Then she explained the distracted condition of the country, concluding with: "You must not be known here as Ester Goffe.

" "Does he know that Ester is General Goffe's daughter?" "No."

A terrible conflict was anticipated, and Sir Albert, on the morning of the expected fight, landed and took Mrs. Price, her daughter and Ester Goffe on board his ship, and dropped down the river a mile or two, to be out of harm's way.

Not only will you be pardoned but Ester Goffe as well.

In February, 1677, when the ships and soldiers came from England, they brought a full and free pardon for Robert Stevens and Ester Goffe.

Robert and Ester Goffe were married one year after the death of Mrs. Price.

Goffe having expressed[a] a hope that parliament would provide for the preservation of the protector's person, Ashe, the member for Somersetshire, exclaimed, "I would add something morethat he would be pleased to take upon him the government according to the ancient constitution.

The committee consisted, in Thurloe's words, of Lord Fiennes, Lord Fleetwood, Lord Desborow, Lord Chamberlayne, Lord Whalley, Mr. Comptroller, Lord Goffe, Lord Cooper, and himself (p. 192).

At Whitehall, the Lord Falconberg, brother-in-law to the protector, Charles Howard, whom Oliver had created a viscount, Ingoldsby, Whalley, Goffe, and a few others, formed a military council for the purpose of maintaining the ascendancy of Richard in the army.

As a last resource, the officers, by an instrument in which they regretted their past errors and backsliding, invited[a] the members of the long parliament to resume the trust of [Footnote 1: See the Humble Remonstrance from four hundred Non-commissioned Officers and Privates of Major-general Goffe's Regiment (so called) of Foot.

Three, however, made their escape to New England,Generals Goffe and Whalley, and Colonel Dixwell.

The other stone, about a foot broad and ten inches high, bearing the letters M. G. and the number 80, is supposed to indicate the resting-place of Goffe.

The M, with a deep-drawn stroke under its limbs, may be taken for an inverted W; and thus, with the G, stand for William Goffe, in harmony with the designed concealment that pervades the whole.

[Footnote 1: In 1660, after the restoration of Charles II., Edward Whalley and William Goffe (the regicides, "king-killers," as they were called), two of the judges who had condemned Charles I. to be beheaded, fled to New Haven and were protected by the people.

Goffe, William.

Colonel Whalley and Colonel Goffe were members of the High Court of Justice which convicted and sentenced him.

William Goffe, son of a Puritan clergyman in Sussex, was a member of Parliament, and a colonel of infantry soon after the breaking out of the Civil War.

When Whalley and Goffe, upon the King's return, left England to escape what they apprehended might prove the fate of regicides, the policy of the Court in respect to persons circumstanced as they were had not been promulgated.

At the end of four months, intelligence came to Massachusetts of the Act of Indemnity, and that Whalley and Goffe were among those excepted from it, and marked for vengeance.

On the day when the messengers were debating with Governor Leete at Guilford, Whalley and Goffe were conducted to a mill, at a short distance from New Haven, where they were hidden two days and nights.

Governor Hutchinson, when he wrote his History, had in his hands the Diary of Goffe, begun at the time of their leaving London, and continued for six or seven years.

Letters passed between Goffe and his wife, purporting to be between a son and mother, and signed respectively with the names of Walter and Frances Goldsmith.

Goffe survived his father-in-law nearly five years, at least; how much longer, is not known.

Hutchinson, in his History, relates what follows, as he had received it from the family of Governor Leverett, who was one of the few visitors of Goffe in his retreat.

Nothing is known of his proceedings after the restoration of the monarchy, till he came to Hadley, three or four months later than Whalley and Goffe.

Goffe's Letter.

But what were these to the later brood, whose plebeian quality Mr. Buckle has so laboriously explored,Goffe the grocer and Whalley the tailor, Pride the drayman and Venner the cooper, culminating at last in Noll Cromwell the brewer?

John Goffe's mill.

John Goffe's mill.

Salmon, in his History of Hertfordshire, imagines that the East Saxon and Mercian kingdoms were, in the upper part of this county, separated from each other by the Ermin-street; and in the lower part, in the parish of Cheshunt, by a bank, which anciently reached from Middlesex through Theobald's Park, across Goffe's Lane, to Thunderfield Grove, over Beaumont Green, to Nineacres Wood.

It was printed many years after its original production, namely in 1656, and then purported to be written by 'T. G. Mr. of Arts,' who was identified with Thomas Goffe by Kirkman; nor has this ascription ever been challenged.

Goffe was resident till 1620 at Oxford, where his classical tragedies were performed, after which he held the living of East Clandon in Surrey till his death in July, 1629.

Gauricus, Pomponius Gentle Shepherd Georgics Gerusalemme liberata Gesta Romanorum Gifford, William Ginguenรฉ, P. L. Giornale storico della letteratura italiana Giostra Giovanni del Virgilio Giraldi Cintio, Giovanni Battista Giunta, Filippo di Glapthorne, Henry Glasgow Peggie God's Revenge against Murder Goethe, Johann Wolfgang Goffe, Thomas Golden Age (Graham)

Fleay confuses the two performances, and, by placing Goffe's death in 1627, is forced to suppose that the 'praeludium' was added by another hand.

It may be noticed that, if this introduction is by Goffe, Salisbury Court was probably opened in the spring, a point otherwise unsettled.

Is it possible that both Goffe and Jonson were following, the one slavishly, the other with more imagination, one common original, now unknown?

Or can it be that Goffe is here reproducing a passage from an early unpublished work of Jonson's own, a passage which Jonson later refashioned into the singularly perfect speech of Aeglamour? Homer Smith, in making these assertions, overlooks historical evidence.

It is, however, only fair to Goffe to say that other critics apparently take a very much more favourable view of the merits of the piece than I am able to do.

The story as related by Mr. Lang in one of his books is as follows: "Mary, the wife of John Goffe of Rochester, being afflicted with a long illness, removed to her father's house at West Mailing, about nine miles from her own.

"The nurse at Rochester, widow Alexander by name, affirms that a little before two o'clock that morning she saw the likeness of the said Mary Goffe come out of the next chamber (where the elder child lay in a bed by itself), the door being left open, and stood by her bedside for about a quarter of an hour; the younger child was there lying by her.

In another, a Quaker lady dying at Cockermouth is clearly seen and recognized in daylight by her three children at Seattle, the remainder of the story being almost identical with that of the Goffe case just quoted.