We asked him if he had ever tried washing flannels in the river, and he replied: "No, not exactly himself like; but he knew some fellows who had, and it was easy enough;" and Harris and I were weak enough to fancy he knew what he was talking about, and that three respectable young men, without position or influence, and with no experience in washing, could really clean their own shirts and trousers in the river Thames
with a bit of soap.
Then there is the Fortune Theatre near Cripplegate, and, most charming of all, two views--street and river fronts--the Duke's Theatre, Dorset Garden, in Fleet Street, designed by Wren, decorated by Gibbons--graceful, naive, dainty, like the work of a very refined Palladio, working minutely, perhaps more delicately than at Vicenza, in the already crowded city on the Thames
Then, casting off, he rowed slowly up the Thames until, below the palace walls, he moored near to the little postern gate which let into the lower end of the garden.
The next day he returned the original key to Brus, telling the old man that he had not used it after all, since mature reflection had convinced him of the folly of his contemplated adventure, especially in one whose youth was past, and in whose joints the night damp of the Thames might find lodgement for rheumatism.
They went into the city, turning down by the river side; and, after a long and very slow drive, the streets being crowded at that hour with vehicles of every kind, stopped in front of a large old dingy house in Thames
Street: the door and windows of which were so bespattered with mud, that it would have appeared to have been uninhabited for years.
The tribe in which he was a principal chief had at one time been oppressed by another tribe from the Thames
The sea-reach of the Thames
stretched before us like the beginning of an interminable waterway.
Thee in thy favourite fields, where the limpid, gently-rolling Thames
washes thy Etonian banks, in early youth I have worshipped.
might run inland from the sea, the chauffeur might conceal all passion and philosophy beneath his unhealthy skin.
A dreadful day it was for young Dobbin when one of the youngsters of the school, having run into the town upon a poaching excursion for hardbake and polonies, espied the cart of Dobbin & Rudge, Grocers and Oilmen, Thames
Street, London, at the Doctor's door, discharging a cargo of the wares in which the firm dealt.
That was the winter when there were so many burglaries in the Thames
Valley from Richmond upward.
I had let my flat in town, and taken inexpensive quarters at Thames
Ditton, on the plea of a disinterested passion for the river.
5) On the morning of the 27th, three men, answering to the description of the three Indians, were observed in Lower Thames
Street, were traced to the Tower Wharf, and were seen to leave London by the steamer bound for Rotterdam.
It's going to be fitted on a ware'us-door in Thames
In these times of ours, though concerning the exact year there is no need to be precise, a boat of dirty and disreputable appearance, with two figures in it, floated on the Thames
, between Southwark bridge which is of iron, and London Bridge which is of stone, as an autumn evening was closing in.