The address I cannot call to mind quite so correctly; but I am almost sure it was at some theatrical place in Bow Street, Covent Garden
Philander and Gustavus, after having raised their reputation by their Performances in the Theatrical Line at Edinburgh, removed to Covent Garden
, where they still exhibit under the assumed names of LUVIS and QUICK.
for walk she doth in the print) to Covent Garden
church, with a starved foot-boy behind carrying her prayer-book.
The fact is, I have been out on your account - not that that is any excuse - for I thought, coming from the country, you might like a little fruit after dinner, and I went to Covent Garden
Market to get it good.
Repairing to a noted coffee-house in Covent Garden
when he left the locksmith's, Mr Chester sat long over a late dinner, entertaining himself exceedingly with the whimsical recollection of his recent proceedings, and congratulating himself very much on his great cleverness.
It was Covent Garden
Theatre that I chose; and there, from the back of a centre box, I saw Julius Caesar and the new Pantomime.
Stumblingly pursuing these two designs--they both meant rum, the only meaning of which he was capable--the degraded creature staggered into Covent Garden
Market and there bivouacked, to have an attack of the trembles succeeded by an attack of the horrors, in a doorway.
But surely the atmosphere of Covent Garden
is even more oppressive.
I agreed with him as to the utter impossibility of making it elevenpence ha'penny; but at the same time I resolved to one day decoy him to an eating-house I remembered near Covent Garden
, where the waiter, for the better discharge of his duties, goes about in his shirt-sleeves--and very dirty sleeves they are, too, when it gets near the end of the month.
That is all very well, " she answered, "but I am not sure that we ought to be in the gallery at Covent Garden
together, with a chaperon who will sleep
Well, I got the two dozen from a salesman in Covent Garden
and Miss Eynsford Hill are the mother and daughter who sheltered from the rain in Covent Garden