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The individual buried here was Robert Reeve, who died in 1626, aged fifty-six.
NOTES AND QUERIES FOR WORCESTERSHIREJOHN NOAKE
Ralph, who was assisting to reeve a new block at the foretop, saw that the fog was almost at hand.
RALPH GRANGER'S FORTUNESWILLIAM PERRY BROWN
But all I could see was the form of my tall aunt couched half-moonwise in Elton Reeve's lap.
TRAMPING ON LIFEHARRY KEMP
John Reeve bought largely of the books; but before two months had elapsed Reeve himself was no more.
A WALK FROM LONDON TO FULHAMTHOMAS CROFTON CROKER
Answering to the Saxon reeve; in towns mayor or baillie, of lesser importance than a posadnik.
THE RISE OF THE RUSSIAN EMPIREHECTOR H. MUNRO
Besides, bethink you how low is our purse, with bailiff and reeve ever croaking of empty farms and wasting lands.
THE WHITE COMPANYARTHUR CONAN DOYLE
Not yet am I ready to weigh anchor, and reeve halliard, and turn my prow over the watery paths of the wine-brown Deeps.
PRINCE ZALESKIM.P. SHIEL
Reeve and Yates were the two Elbow-Shakers, but the piece had little intrinsic value.
A BOOK OF BURLESQUEWILLAM DAVENPORT ADAMS
For type of these eccentrics, literature seems to have chosen Henry Reeve, at least to the extent of biography.
THE EDUCATION OF HENRY ADAMSHENRY ADAMS
No one would have been more shocked than Reeve had he been charged with want of moral courage.
THE EDUCATION OF HENRY ADAMSHENRY ADAMS

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