Dad was lying on his bed in his underwear and T-shirt smoking a Pall Mall.
In 1871 a group of 32 burly Victorians met at the Pall Mall restaurant on Cockspur Street and started the Rugby Football Union.
I have rescued them from the pages of the Pall Mall Magazine.
They sat in one of the two large boxes of the Pall Mall Theatre.
They looked at me as though I had walked into their club in Pall Mall and had spoken to them without an introduction.
He is the proprietor of the temple of gaming iniquity, at No. 6, Pall Mall.
She had stopped the General just as he was on his own doorstep, setting his face cheerfully eastwards on his way to Pall Mall.
A creditor, whom he was anxious to avoid, met Sheridan coming out of Pall Mall.
Mr. Astor stopped his artistic weekly, the Pall Mall Budget, suddenly.
They pleaded for the gossip of the clubs in Pall Mall and Piccadilly.