The road by Coldharbour to the more frequent trains of Dorking is plain.
With the cherry wine, perhaps, you would have eaten Dorking snails.
From Anstiebury the old high road runs steep to Dorking—a road of later memories of sudden death than British battles.
Two Dorking cricketers belong to the glorious days of Cotmandene.
But the church of Dorking is in a dilapidated state, and is capable of containing only one-fifth of the inhabitants.
A house at Dorking, Sussex, received a visit from lightning on July 16, 1750.
For crosses of Dorking and other fowls, see 'Poultry Chronicle,' vol.
This we left for the dawn of the next day; and so went down into Dorking to sleep.
What should I know about horses or Alderneys or Dorking fowls?
It was an old friend of mine, who had been kind to me in my early days in Dorking.