It was in this frame of mind that Madame and her companion reached the precincts of the Royal Oak.
The King met her and conducted her to a seat opposite the Royal Oak.
He will wait at the Royal Oak Arms until he receives a message by word, or by letter, brought him by a groom in a mulberry livery.
I wish for some reasons that you were reappointed to the 'Royal Oak.'
Don't tell anybody till we're sure,' he said, and hastened to the 'Royal Oak,' while Mary went on with the paraffin.
We had walked to the Royal Oak, and stood talking on the curb outside.
It was my fortune to run into the old fellow coming out of the Royal Oak one night with his friends.
Mary had seen it with her own eyes on the 'Royal Oak' kitchen table.
"We must, sir," said the Captain of the "Royal Oak" wholeheartedly.
This is the silent reminder of a crime committed near at hand, at the “Royal Oak” inn, Wivelsfield, in 1734.