He might have served Cibber or Gibbons as a model for a statue of impotent rage.
There are more Johnsons, happily, in this matter, than Gibbons.
If there be any monograph Life of Gibbons, it can scarcely fail to be found there.
He—oh, good-night, Gibbons—he's been all over the globe, so Notya tells us.
"Of it he was a burning and a shining light," said Archbishop Gibbons.
The smaller forms are the most social, the gibbons being decidedly so.
Gibbons was soon disposed of, for he was as innocent as he seemed to be.
This witness matriculated at Merton thirteen years after Gibbons time.
The carving about the chimney piece, by Gibbons, is incomparable.
And I suppose my friends were asked about the past of the Gibbons menage!