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“Not only had he met Mary Condon at the Central Labor Council, but he had stopped in at a chop-house with her, on the way home, and treated her to oysters.”
“After parting from Tim Hagan Young Dick spent a busy hour or so looking up one, Marcovich, a Slavonian schoolmate whose father ran a chop-house in which was reputed to be served the finest twenty-cent meal in the city.”
“Council, but he had stopped at a chop-house with her, on the way home, and treated her to oysters.”
“I was still no nearer finding the consul, and the constable. had given me a scare, so after a shave and brush-up and a hearty steak and eggs at a chop-house, I looked for a fellow-countryman - and the sure way to do that in America in those days was to find a Catholic church.”
“On 9 December 1710, Swift set out at ten oclock to the Tower, and saw the lions; then to Bedlam; then dined at the chop-house behind the Exchange; and concluded the night at the Puppet Show.”
“This she did cleverly, and they were not put out; because they were to dine at his expense at a snug little chop-house in Parliament Street, and there to remain until he came to pay the score.”
“It was little more than an excellent chop-house of the older American order.”
“The fug, the warm meaty smell of the City chop-house, had suddenly become intolerable.”
“The hour was on lunch-time; Grindle proposed that they should go together to a legal chop-house, which offered prime value for your money, and where, over the meal, he would give Mahony the latest news of his suit.”
“And barely ten days before I'd been unbuttoning in that Singapore chop-house, bursting with best meat and drink, and running a lascivious eye over Madame Sabba!”
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