Let us now shift the scene, if you please to Mr. Luker's house at Lambeth.
Arrived at Lambeth, he was left to repose after his fatigues and excitements.
I dined yesterday at Lambeth, at the Archbishop's public dinner, the handsomest entertainment I ever saw.
He died at Lambeth and was buried in the parish church there.
Four Nonconformist ministers accordingly went down to Lambeth to converse on the subject.
Vauxhall: in Surrey, in the parish of Lambeth, on the south of the Thames.
The powder had already been procured from Flanders, and deposited in the house at Lambeth.
In Lambeth Church there is a painting of a man with a dog on one of the windows.
When the evening was over, and Anthony was rising to return to Lambeth, Mr. Buxton put his hand on his arm.
I dined again at Lambeth Palace yesterday—a farewell dinner.
used metonymically for "Church of England, Archbishop of Canterbury," 1859, from the archbishop's palace in Lambeth, a South London borough. The Lambeth Walk was a Cockney song and dance, popularized in Britain 1937 in the revue "Me and my Gal," named for a street in the borough. The place name is Old English lambehyðe, "place where lambs are embarked or landed."