Barclay


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Bar·clay

(bar'klā),
Alfred E., English physician, 1877-1949. See: Barclay-Baron disease.
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Barclay was, it appears, a member of the Roman Catholic Church, and had interested herself very much in the establishment of the Guild of St.
They all agreed that only two voices were to be heard, those of Barclay and of his wife.
Barclay's person nor upon that of the victim nor in any part of the room was the missing key to be found.
Barclay, denied having any knowledge of what it was which had caused the ill-humor in which her companion had returned.
Barclay left the house at half-past seven she was on good terms with her husband.
Barclay turned as white as death, and would have fallen down had the dreadful-looking creature not caught hold of her.
Barclay. If he were still in Aldershot it should not be a very difficult matter.
"I've come over this little matter of Colonel Barclay's death."
Barclay, who is an old friend of yours, will in all probability be tried for murder."
Barclay, who died the other day, was sergeant in the same company as myself, and the belle of the regiment, ay, and the finest girl that ever had the breath of life between her lips, was Nancy Devoy, the daughter of the color-sergeant.
"Well, though I had her heart, her father was set upon her marrying Barclay. I was a harum-scarum, reckless lad, and he had had an education, and was already marked for the sword-belt.
My offer was accepted, and I talked it over with Sergeant Barclay, who was supposed to know the ground better than any other man, and who drew up a route by which I might get through the rebel lines.