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  • Manners and Customs of London during the Eighteenth Century_ (1808), p. 321; Cunningham, _Handbook of London_, under "Hockley"; W.B. B.ulton, _Amusements of Old London_, vol. I, chap. I.] [Footnote 567: Ordish (_Early London Theatres_, p. 242) is mistaken in thinking that the old building was converted into a glass house.

    Shakespearean Playhouses A History of English Theatres from the Beginnings to the Restoration

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  • “It is an urban look,” argued Izzet Ers, the new designer for the London furrier Hockley, currently going gangbusters with the trend.

    Globally Warmed: The Couture of Climate Change

  • YOUNG: Two are in Waco, Texas, and two are in Hockley.

    CNN Transcript May 24, 2008

  • YOUNG: They're -- no, they're in Boys and Girls Country in Hockley.

    CNN Transcript May 24, 2008

  • Hockley – in – the – Hole; thence into Little Saffron Hill; and so into Saffron Hill the Great: along which the Dodger scudded at a rapid pace, directing Oliver to follow close at his heels.

    Oliver Twist

  • You should go to Hockley in the Hole, and to Mary-bone, Child, to learn Valour.

    The Beggar's Opera

  • Now Will, too, had been at Marybone and Hockley-inthe-Hole, and after a gasp for breath and a glare over his bleeding nose at his enemy, he dashed forward his head as though it had been a battering-ram, intending to project it into Mr. Henry

    The Virginians

  • The other witness was Sir Julius Hockley, of Hockley, an unexceptionable evidence, though a good deal on the turf.

    Wylder's Hand

  • ‘I was there, and Hockley was there, and Mark Wylder was there — was not he?’ and Lake stared and laughed, and the attorney stared; and Lake added, ‘What a d — d cunning fellow you are; ha, ha, ha!’

    Wylder's Hand


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