Carey


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Carey

1. George (Leonard). born 1935, Archbishop of Canterbury (1991--2002)
2. Peter. born 1943, Australian novelist and writer; his novels include Illywhacker (1985), Oscar and Lucinda (1988), and The True History of the Kelly Gang (2001)
3. William. 1761--1834, British orientalist and pioneer Baptist missionary in India
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Carey said, feeling that she could console the child better than anyone.
Carey was unused to work, and he turned to his correspondence with resentment.
Every one glanced curiously at Lady Carey, who was a famous woman.
Lady Carey," he said, "they're all gone but the mater and I.
Lady Carey has not introduced us," he said, "but I have seen you at Ranelagh quite often.
On the Tuesday, Peter Carey was in one of his blackest moods, flushed with drink and as savage as a dangerous wild beast.
The fact that the crime was committed at two in the morning, and yet Peter Carey was fully dressed, suggested that he had an appointment with the murderer, which is borne out by the fact that a bottle of rum and two dirty glasses stood upon the table.
Carey has identified it as being her husband's property.
It was a terrible household that Black Peter Carey had made for himself, and it was with a sense of relief that we found ourselves in the sunlight again and making our way along a path which had been worn across the fields by the feet of the dead man.
You imagine I am connected with the death of Captain Peter Carey.
At last we were getting something positive, and yet it seemed a long gap between an absconding banker and Captain Peter Carey pinned against the wall with one of his own harpoons.
I spent months in trying to trace them, and at last, after many doubtings and difficulties, I discovered that the original seller had been Captain Peter Carey, the owner of this hut.