Streatham in a sentence

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It was a plain, formal letter, giving a brief account of his doings in Ireland, and making a request that Louise would meet him, if possible, on Streatham Common, at three o'clock on Saturday afternoon.
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Dear Mr. Cobb,' she scribbled, 'if you really _must_ see me before you go away to Bristol, or wherever it is, you had better meet me on Saturday at Streatham Station, which is about halfway between me and you.
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She had no difficulty in reaching Streatham by the time appointed.
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Louise followed his advice, and they began to walk quickly down the slope towards Streatham.
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FISHER, SAMUEL T., The Grove, Streatham.
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For some minutes they walked towards Streatham Common without interchange of a word, and with no glance at each other.
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He left the house and started to walk towards Streatham, but before he had gone very far, he felt drawn away from Streatham, and he turned and walked past his home and on towards Kennington.
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The following letter was addressed to her friend Miss Bigg, then staying at Streatham with her sister, the wife of the Reverend Herbert Hill, uncle of Robert Southey.
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We have no chance we know of seeing you between Streatham and Winchester: you go the other road and are engaged to two or three houses; if there should be any change, however, you know how welcome you would be. . . .
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As one of that 'gay adulterous world,' {79} whose round Is by the _SERPENTINE_, as well would show, And might, I deem, as readily be found On _STREATHAM'S HILL_, or _WIMBLEDON'S_, or where Brixtonian kitchens lard the late-dining air.
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He's got a most magnificent place down at Streatham and a 20 h.p.
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The son of a small draper in Streatham, he had at an early age joined himself to an American Revivalist called Harper.
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He's got a most magnificent place down at Streatham and a 20 h.-p.
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He studied at the art school in Streatham Street, Bloomsbury, which had formerly been managed by Henry Sass, but, in Butler's time, was being carried on by Francis Stephen Gary, son of the Rev. Henry Francis Gary, who had been a school-fellow of Dr. Butler at Rugby and is well known as the translator of Dante and the friend of Charles Lamb.
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Johnson soon had an apartment at the brewery in Southwark, and a still more pleasant apartment at the villa of his friends on Streatham Common.
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Sometimes, indeed, they transferred their hostilities from the servant to the master, complained that a better table was not kept for them, and railed or maundered till their benefactor was glad to make his escape to Streatham, or to the Mitre Tavern.
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She did not conceal her joy when he left Streatham; she never pressed him to return; and, if he came unbidden, she received him in a manner which convinced him that he was no longer a welcome guest.
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Though the tender care which had mitigated his sufferings during months of sickness at Streatham was withdrawn, he was not left desolate.
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Examples of Streatham

Example #1
Mr. Cobb wrote in ignorance of Miss Derrick's having left home.
Example #2
Reluctantly, but with curiosity, Emmeline glanced over the sheet.
Example #3
When Saturday came the state of things at "Runnymede" had undergone no change whatever; Emmeline still waited for a moment of courage, and Mumford, though he did not relish the prospect, began to think it more than probable that Miss Derrick would hold her ground until her actual marriage with Mr. Bowling.
Example #4
So please do not come just yet.
Example #5
Unfortunately, it was a cloudy evening, and a spattering of rain fell from time to time.
Example #6
Louise smiled pleasantly, and said how very kind it was of Mrs. Mumford.