It happened one day that an old man in a derby hat stepped off the train for a bit of an airing while the engine was taking water.
"Roosevelt in the Bad Lands" by Hermann Hagedorn
John C., President of the Board of Control in Lord Derby's Administration, iii.
"The Greville Memoirs (Second Part)" by Charles C. F. Greville
Notts and Derby Regt.
"1914" by John French, Viscount of Ypres
But he supposed Lord Derby was prepared to form a Protection Government.
"The Letters of Queen Victoria, Vol 2 (of 3), 1844-1853" by Queen Victoria
Cherry Bim had taken down his Derby and had adjusted it at the angle demanded by the circumstances.
"The Book of All-Power" by Edgar Wallace
Derby Sifter was there too.
"The Continental Monthly, Vol. 3, No. 1 January 1863" by Various
The next important English function of His Royal Highness was a state visit to Derby on December 17th.
"The Life of King Edward VII" by J. Castell Hopkins
Derby race, the first, 257.
"The Political History of England - Vol. X." by William Hunt
Next to this, at the south corner of Charles Street, is Derby House, with handsome iron veranda and railings running round it.
"The Strand District" by Sir Walter Besant
Christian was Receiver-General, a sort of Chancellor of the Exchequer, for the great Earl of Derby.
"The Little Manx Nation - 1891" by Hall Caine
Of all the tribe the street contain,
They stood the first in Walker Lane;
By trade were bakers of renown
Chief of the craft in Derby town.
"Courtship" by William Hutton
Son, the millennium is at hand!
What though Armenians be mashed flat?
The world is getting just perfectly grand,
For the Turk has bought him a derby hat.
"Millennium" by Ellis Parker Butler
The Derby Day sun glittered gaily on cads,
On maidens with gamboge hair,
On sharpers and pickpockets, swindlers and pads,
(For I, with my harp, was there).
"Emily, John, James, and I" by William Schwenck Gilbert
In Derby town, if I look round,
Two counsellors are only found.
And yet I need not travel far
Before I find a purchaser;
For that which holds such excellence
Will never long be in suspence.
"The Wig" by William Hutton
In the county of Derby, 'tis somewhere related
That Pope passed two summers, and Homer translated;
Then visit the spot since held sacred to lore,
And give for the present your wanderings o'er.
"Enigma XXlV." by Elizabeth Hitchener
The neatest officer on the coast Hang your sails to the whiffletree slat! Was the famous Admiral Buttertoast
Who sailed the historical Derby Hat.
Flutter the ensign, whittle the screw
For the neat old Admiral and his crew!
"The Battle of Clothesline Bay" by Wallace Irwin
Turf Stakes Highlight Belmont Derby Day Card.
Kentucky Derby 137 goes off at 6:30 pm ET and I'll be in the saddle on Master of Hounds.
Bet A Gray on Derby Day .
Off to the races with Derby Day nibbles.
Churchill Downs to Honor Barbaro, Jacksons on Derby Day .
Representatives from Churchill Downs will honor the late 2006 Kentucky Derby Presented by Yum.
Miranda Lambert caught everyone's attention when she wore a Kate Middleton-inspired hat to the Kentucky Derby in May Now, the chic black headpiece can be yours.
Miranda Lambert's Kentucky Derby Hat up For Auction.
Remember the hat that Miranda Lambert wore to The Kentucky Derby last month.
Miranda's Kentucky Derby Hat Is Going to the Dogs.
Yes, picking the perfect Derby hat can be a test of mental acuity, but who knew there is actually a bit of science that goes along with the head topper you choose.
Whether you're looking for something larger than life or simple and sophisticated you're sure to find a winning Derby hat during the second annual Derby Rose Hat Preview benefitting Campbellsville University students.
Enjoy more of our Derby hat s in all their face shrouding glory.
Hats off — er, on — to Remington Park's sixth annual Kentucky Derby Hat Contest.
The post position draw for Derby 136 produced a stunning separation for the two horses that are the favorites.