Her step-mother--mapping out a new antiquarian excursion for the next day, and finding Blanche's ears closed to her occasional remarks on baronial Scotland five hundred years since--lamented, with satirical
In ten minutes more they all appeared in the drawing-room; and Lady Lundie (firmly persuaded that she had never closed her eyes) was back again in baronial Scotland five hundred years since.
Through which stalked the shadow of the awful Snigsworth, eyed afar off by money-lenders as Security in the Mist, and menacing Twemlow with his baronial
The Abbey of Saint-German-des-Pres was castellated like a baronial
mansion, and more brass expended about it in bombards than in bells.
And accordingly, in a baronial
way, the sign- manual BILLICKIN got appended to the document.
It's grand trappings include "a baronial
style grand entrance hall," rear garden, a Clarence True staircase and landings with pillars and arches as well as an elevator.
Dunlop Manor is a redevelopment of an A listed Baronial
Tower House, and retains the Scottish baronial
splendour and Georgian craftsmanship evident in the original mansion house.
The conversion of the A-listed Baronial
Tower House, located just outside the village of Dunlop, recently won Best Renovation of the Year at the Scottish Home Awards 2016.
Designed for large-scale entertaining, it also boasts a doubleheight foyer, baronial
formal living and dining rooms, commercialgrade kitchen a library/office, family room, screening room, wine cellar and gym.
The third chapter gives a simple baronial
analysis of school attendance and literacy in Ireland in the years before the Potato Famine.
Since its independence from Indonesia some dozen years ago, Timor Leste has proved to be less a nation state than a tangle of family relationships, in which one particularly colourful minister of the interior ran his office like 'a cross between a baronial
court and Tony Soprano's back office'.
So, where does a woman with a queen-sized taste in real estate go after living in no-holds-barred baronial
The east wing of the building, a part-stone, part-brick manor house, is believed to have been built in the 1700s, while the west wing, an adjoining stone-built castellated tower in the Scottish Baronial
style, was added in 1897.
Set over four floors and with six reception rooms, highlights of the property include a grand hall with a baronial
fireplace, a wood-panelled drawing room and an impressive cinema room with exposed beams and trusses.
String Quartet, led by award-winning violinist Jacqui Martens, aged 17, from Solihull, performed at Solihull School's new David Turnbull Music School to raise funds for the Family Room at Marie Curie's new West Midlands Hospice, which recently opened in Solihull.