Unlike its sister colony in New York, there are no show places in Limehouse.
At Limehouse Church the taxi stopped, and Peggy alighted and paid the man.
Kensington, Lambeth, and Limehouse, had appointed three Inspectors each.
The number of the car was a spurious one, and was not traced beyond Limehouse.
She found herself to be listening to the muted sounds of Limehouse and of the waterway which flowed so close beside her.
And the manners of Limehouse are certainly a lesson to Streatham Hill.
He had not returned; she had been to Limehouse police station to make inquiries, but could learn nothing of her husband.
We came at last to Limehouse, where she was to be dry-docked.
Awake and sane beyond doubt, but surely moving, not in the purlieus of Limehouse, but in the fantastic realms of fairyland.
The curtain has risen on "Limehouse Nights," dramatised with the original cast.