We met at the Dorchester Hotel, for what I expected would be a question and answer interview.
Wahlberg grew up the youngest of nine children in a broken home in the rough Dorchester section of Boston.
Whenever she was in London—staying always at the Dorchester Hotel on Park Lane—she would make time to see them.
“Meet me for breakfast at the Dorchester Hotel next Thursday in London,” he said.
The Boston Police Department misreported an attack on the JFK Library in Dorchester.
Washington now decided to fortify and occupy Dorchester Heights, which would command the city and in a large degree the harbor.
And soil might have been taken from the bottom of this Dorchester barrow which produced them.
But Washington's purpose, to "divert the attention" of the British from Dorchester, was fulfilled.
But this is mere rumor; the Americans had not yet sent any troops into Dorchester.
We dined early, and then started for Dorchester, which we reached at half-past ten, after a most fatiguing journey.
Old English Dorcanceaster, earlier Dornwaraceaster, from Latin Durnovaria, from Romano-British *duro- "walled town."