As the game of pall-mall went out of fashion the Mall became a promenade, and was the resort of the Court.
Cambuca, kam-bū′ka, n. a pastoral staff: a curved stick used in the game of pall-mall.
Why do not some of these choice spirits quit the salons of pall-mall, and take to the road?
Here he also played at pall-mall, for so is that game called by garrulous old Pepys.
If he played at pall-mall she watched him play, and played herself.
Give us your fist, old boy: and won't we send the 'pall-mall Gazette' up to ten thousand a week, that's all!
Harold wavered an instant: pall-mall was still strong in him.
Immediately on my arrival in London, I flew to the dear friend of my heart; she was still at her house, in pall-mall.
She was fabled to have carried pistols at her saddle-bow in war, and she excelled in matches of archery and pall-mall.
I dined at my club in pall-mall aforesaid, a few days afterwards, for exactly twelve times the money, and not half as well.