Fitzroy



Augustus Henry, 3rd Duke of Grafton
[graf-tuh n,, grahf-] /ˈgræf tən,, ˈgrɑf-/ (Show IPA), 1735–1811, British statesman: prime minister 1768–70.
Contemporary Examples

These are four of the 51 portraits that came out of the project, recently seen at Fitzroy Gallery in New York.
Get Thee To … Blake Gopnik August 13, 2013

Historical Examples

Fitzroy is before you; it is your Rupert who clasps you to his heart.
Captain Kyd, Vol. II Joseph Holt Ingraham

Also, Fitzroy’s drum and cone, which show the direction of the expected gale.
The Sailor’s Word-Book William Henry Smyth

Are you angry because Fitzroy is occupying the same hotel as ourselves?
Cynthia’s Chauffeur Louis Tracy

Fitzroy offered him the choice, but hinted that he himself preferred a cot.
A Simpleton Charles Reade

From the springs the journey was continued along the same meridian to the Fitzroy river.
Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 2, Slice 8 Various

Fitzroy seated in her, with his hands before his face; the men gloomy and sad.
A Simpleton Charles Reade

And the stable orderlies had sworn that Fitzroy started alone.
Lanier of the Cavalry Charles King

They hailed him, and directed him to drive to Cumberland Hotel, Fitzroy.
Australia Revenged Boomerang

Not far removed from her, within the hall and near where the earl was seated, stood Fitzroy, and by his side Edwin his secretary.
Captain Kyd, Vol. II Joseph Holt Ingraham

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