He dismissed his electric brougham with a little wave of the hand, and turned to walk to his house in St. James
His majesty will expect you this evening, at the palace of St. James
, between nine and ten o'clock.
The coach was large, the ladies not very big, they would hold their trains in their laps--finally, the four went fraternally together, and their carriage presently joined the line of royal equipages which was making its way down Piccadilly and St. James
's Street, towards the old brick palace where the Star of Brunswick was in waiting to receive his nobles and gentlefolks.
But, by St. James
! we shall not let these Moors make mock at us from over the sea.
By nature inoffensive, friendly, and obliging, his presentation at St. James
's had made him courteous.
The Army and Navy Stores are a bond of union between all who dwell between the river and St. James
No delay was to be apprehended in obtaining the money; the banking-house was hard by, in St. James
A copy of the third edition of The St. James
's Gazette had been placed on the tea-tray.
They drove down St. James
' Street into the Park, and Philip quickly kissed her.
It was a hard winter's night four years ago, lovely and merciless; and towards midnight I walked home from a theatre to my rooms in St. James
Magdalen had not taken ten steps in advance along New Street, walking toward St. James
's Park, before the door of a house beyond her opened, and a lady in mourning came out, accompanied by two little girls.
"I might have gone into Regent's Park or St. James
' Park," she reminded him.