The "willing instrument" of the overthrow was Pennington, the lord-mayor.
The lord-mayor soon withdrew his countenance from the project.
The lord-mayor of York began to be quoted as one of the most capable of railway directors.
I'll apply to the lord-mayor—they're a pack of swindlers, they are!
For that lord-mayor was not one of those, who desire to have no successor.
The lord-mayor was an anti-Wilkite—the mob attacked the Mansion-house, and broke the windows.
On the 14th the articles of the queen's marriage were communicated to the lord-mayor and the city of London.
Stay and dine with us—if Charley ever has those onions done—and you'll feast like a lord-mayor!
A silly article of sea-wear now happily passing away, retained only by coachmen, lord-mayor's men, and parish beadles.
He was about to wait on the Duke of Bedford, and had had a most polite interview with Beckford, the lord-mayor.