Miss tattersall, however, took no notice of my failure to find the ideal.
The Turf Club would not have him; he durst not show at tattersall's.
Nor was that peremptory sale at tattersall's countermanded as regarded any of the horses.
It was said, in Kildare Street, that no one at tattersall's could beat him at a book.
He was an ardent votary of the noble quadruped; and he loved the turf—whose sward, we judged, he trod mainly at tattersall's.
The servants were gone, and the horses were advertised at tattersall's already.
Miss tattersall asked, with the least tremor of excitement sounding in her voice.
So it is; but it is true, as true as tattersall's—as true as Circassia or Virginia.
Charles James Fox was one of the most regular patrons of tattersall's sales.
He only realised 1,150 guineas, and was bought by the auctioneer, Mr. tattersall.
fabric with small and even check pattern, 1891, so called because it was similar to the traditional design of horse blankets, in reference to Tattersall's, a famous London horse market and gambler's rendezvous, founded 1766 by Richard Tattersall (1724-95). The surname is from the place in Lincolnshire.