We call it now Lambeth Palace, but the title is of recent date—not older, indeed, than the earlier part of the nineteenth century.
I dined again at Lambeth Palace yesterday—a farewell dinner.
Later, we have a glimpse of the holy Abbey; while that grey, ancestral pile on the opposite side of the river is Lambeth Palace.
One might as well be pronounced to have had a heathen air at Lambeth Palace.
Few great artists, I imagine, have been of such a character as would win the approval of a garden party at Lambeth Palace.
Undoubtedly, the most conspicuous figure in connection with Lambeth Palace is that of Laud.
It is impossible to determine when the building of Lambeth Palace began.
But the fullest account is a pamphlet at the Lambeth Palace library.
There are two copies of this—the only ones of which the writer knows—in Lambeth Palace library.
Lambeth Palace was crowded with people who had come on the same errand with himself.