To Shadwell was given the laureateship of which Dryden was deprived.
She has forsaken him, she is the bride of another,—that other is Shadwell.
They lived at Shadwell, and were both addicted to drinking and quarreling, in both which they indulged.
At this moment both Luttrell and Shadwell move toward the books.
He has taken her hand, but now, stung by her words and her evident delight at Shadwell's proximity, flings it furiously from him.
He is not nearly so composed as Shadwell, and his voice has a strange and stilted sound.
In due course the inquest was held at Shadwell, and with Ambler I attended as a witness.
I pulled his coat-tails, and tried to lead him back to Shadwell; but it was useless.
While Flecknoe's pretensions as a dramatist were fairly a subject of derision, Shadwell was eminently popular.
Shadwell is only fearful and gloomy to those who have fearful and gloomy minds.