“Grimaldi was pantomime,” writes Andrew McConnell Scott in his biography, The Pantomime Life of Joseph Grimaldi.
Don't you recollect, Mr. Grimaldi, that he would not join the party to Woolwich?
I went home angry with Grimaldi, Rinaldi, and everyone else.
These latter suggest the physique of Grimaldi rather than of Cro-Magnon artists.
Grimaldi says that he could not find two capitals or two bases alike.
Grimaldi nodded his entire assent, and they went in and ordered some bread and cheese, and beer.
The name was to be Grimaldi, and I was to write it all every week.
Masterpiece took the lead as they entered the main track, Grimaldi second, Blue Wing third, rest well up bunched.
The subject is no less a one than their and our Joe—the immortal Grimaldi.
The Grimaldi, who assumed sovereignty, did not take possession of Monaco till much later.