SHAWS


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He gave me the letter, which was addressed in these words: "To the hands of Ebenezer Balfour, Esquire, of Shaws, in his house of Shaws, these will be delivered by my son, David Balfour." My heart was beating hard at this great prospect now suddenly opening before a lad of seventeen years of age, the son of a poor country dominie in the Forest of Ettrick.
Then William Shaw said: 'I should like to look like that--a little while.'
"There were four," he said--"Ramon Gallegos, William Shaw, George W.
Though Boston erected no monument and history recorded no story, in you and in the loyal race which you represent, Robert Gould Shaw would have a monument which time could not wear away," then came the climax of the emotion of the day and the hour.
Thirteen bowmen, with hung heads and sheepish faces, stepped forward with Mark Shaw and ranged themselves behind Sir Claude.
"And where better to start the celebrations of a historic great Yorkshire brand than at the historic Great Yorkshire Show?" A birthday isn't complete without balloons and cake, of course, and there will be plenty of both at the Shaws stand, with apple cake bites, specially created for the occasion by Shaws' innovative food technologist Kate Pearson, using Shaws' apple sauce, of course.
So Shaw Newspapers hired an agency to create recruiting materials.
It happened on March 15, 1923, at about four o'clock in the afternoon, and the participants were Britain's then most highly regarded playwright, George Bernard Shaw, and Barry Jackson, who had created the Birmingham Repertory Theatre ten years earlier.
POLICE are appealing for witnesses to a crash which killed Holme Valley pensioner Jenny Shaw.