Let us now shift the scene, if you please to Mr. Luker's house at Lambeth.
Vauxhall: in Surrey, in the parish of Lambeth, on the south of the Thames.
I dined yesterday at Lambeth, at the Archbishop's public dinner, the handsomest entertainment I ever saw.
In Lambeth Church there is a painting of a man with a dog on one of the windows.
Four Nonconformist ministers accordingly went down to Lambeth to converse on the subject.
I dined again at Lambeth Palace yesterday—a farewell dinner.
The powder had already been procured from Flanders, and deposited in the house at Lambeth.
It was you that told him of the stand of coaches in the Lambeth Road?
When the evening was over, and Anthony was rising to return to Lambeth, Mr. Buxton put his hand on his arm.
Arrived at Lambeth, he was left to repose after his fatigues and excitements.
used metonymically for "Church of England, Archbishop of Canterbury," 1859, from the archbishop's palace in Lambeth, a South London borough. The Lambeth Walk was a Cockney song and dance, popularized in Britain 1937 in the revue "Me and my Gal," named for a street in the borough. The place name is Old English lambehyðe, "place where lambs are embarked or landed."