The Ranelagh, "a place of public entertainment," erected at Chelsea in 1742, was a kind of vauxhall under cover.
The first place of public entertainment I went to was vauxhall.
Flower Show at vauxhall Gardens postponed owing to bad weather, till next day.
I should have done better if I had never gone to vauxhall that evening.
The prophetess of vauxhall is by no means a person of repulsive appearance.
She laughed, joked, and reproached him for not having pursued her at vauxhall.
One more of the hundred little reminiscences of vauxhall, and we will leave it.
vauxhall: in Surrey, in the parish of Lambeth, on the south of the Thames.
"vauxhall Gardens" were then in vogue, and there was a call for the Drury Lane musicians to go there to play.
Nor to an occasional junketing at vauxhall do I ever turn queasy.
popular pleasure garden on south bank of Thames in London, c.1661-1859; the name is Middle English Faukeshale (late 13c.), "Hall or manor of a man called Falkes," an Old French personal name.