At this point his companion called a coach, and conveyed him to Newington, where the two waited till the mail came up.
So I deliberately ran after you, changing when we stopped at Newington.
Mrs. Newington, Mr. Newington drinks your health; for I suppose I must not be landlord any more in my own house (shrugs).
The first passage cited may refer to the playhouse at Newington Butts.
I'll make bold just to give you my opinion of these jellies whilst you are getting my account, Mr. Newington.
As the crowd passed on towards Newington it increased in size.
Subsequently to 1594, he acted occasionally in a playhouse in Newington Butts, and between 1595 and 1599 in the "Curtain."
It was Lady Blanche Newington that spoke—the most lovely creature that ever beauty and station combined to form.
The school was afterwards moved to Newington Green, where Mary soon had an establishment with some twenty day scholars.
Old Newington was at one time a favorite cling in England, having been cultivated there for over two hundred years.