The same measure was dealt out to most of the archdeacons and deans.
I am very glad that archdeacons are under no such liability.
"I don't know any archdeacons," said Tom, with a touch of wistfulness in his voice.
On the other side of the hall two archdeacons were talking together.
Such an office was more in her way than all the Archdeacons in the world.
If you married Lucilla and got into Parliament, you might laugh at all the archdeacons in the world.
Archdeacons, their rights under the charter of Elizabeth, 188.
If I, a priest, am to be insulted by archdeacons and readers, I won't be insulted by you.'
She had no shame about it, no mauvaise honte, no dread of archdeacons.
The Archdeacons were not deceived in the least by the flattering wording of the telegram.