The Lumber Yard is a sort of Alsatia, to which the hunted prisoner retires.
The monument is represented in Schoepflin, Alsatia Illustrata, 1751, vol.
The name of Alsatia had been long forgotten, but the asylum still remained.
There were other places equally secure for rogues, besides Alsatia.
Nigel strikes Dalgarno with his sword, and is obliged to seek refuge in "Alsatia."
In France, Alsatia is chosen as a residence by nearly all those that visit that country.
The Alsatia we affected was named in compliment to an English flag-ship—Collingwood row!
A man of genius might possibly have managed the inhabitants of his Alsatia.
But the purlieus of the neighbourhood continue, unhappily, to be the Alsatia of the town.
Ye have been at the ordinaries, and in Alsatia, and learned the ruffian's rant, I doubt not.