Hillingdon, with his solemn, stone-jug-like face, I know to be a most infernal rogue.
I can drive back with them, and then we can leave them here and all go on in the hireling to Hillingdon.
Came here yesterday from Hillingdon, the day before from London.
He died wealthy, in 1761; and there is a costly tomb to his memory in Hillingdon churchyard, Middlesex.
I have decided not to take another station from the firm of Hillingdon and McFreeland.
By the way, the copy given by Mr Reynardson to the public library at Hillingdon about 1720 has long gone astray.
They have been reproduced most carefully for the drawing-room of the Cedar House at Hillingdon.