Archibald Philip Primrose
[prim-rohz] /ˈprɪmˌroʊz/ (Show IPA), 5th Earl of, 1847–1929, British statesman and author: prime minister 1894–95.
Mark the sequel: Not long afterwards, I was at a reception in the Rosebery Room of the House of Lords.
Hitchens on Thatcher’s Sex Appeal David Frum January 11, 2012
Rosebery, though he must have been a man past thirty at the time, looked a mere boy.
Julia Ward Howe Laura E. Richards
I wish you had not written in so uncomplimentary a strain about Rosebery.
Lord Randolph Churchill Winston Spencer Churchill
They seem to centre about the sounding viaducts that leap over Rosebery Avenue.
Nights in London Thomas Burke
Thanks chiefly to young Rosebery, that shrewd and genial lord.
Punch, or the London Charivari, December 2, 1893 Various
However, since Rosebery seems anxious on point, will send over to Whiteley’s and see what can be done.
Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 109, July 6, 1895 Various
In the neighbourhood is the Durdans, a seat of the earl of Rosebery.
Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 9, Slice 6 Various
He met Lord Rosebery travelling in great good humor by the luggage omnibus.
An Edinburgh Eleven J. M. Barrie
Didn’t even mention Rosebery, unless he meant to include him in condemnation of “financiers and other disreputable persons.”
Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 108, March 9th 1895 Various
There had been many changes in the brigade, since the men first went into camp at Rosebery Park, Sydney, nine months before.
Trooper Bluegum at the Dardanelles Oliver Hogue
Earl of, title of Archibald Philip Primrose. 1847–1929, British Liberal statesman; prime minister (1894–95)
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