At least that is what he told a second-grader at a townhall last February.
John and his accomplices having reached the townhall, received their sentence from Wesseling, the city judge.
The Atkins town pump, also his gift, stood before the townhall.
As mayor, I am in my place in the townhall, and here I stay.
On to the center and to the townhall pressed Harcourt, and with him now was Richard.
Next morning, he resumes session, not at the townhall as prudent Municipals counselled, but once more at the barracks.
For, alas, neither is the townhall itself without misgivings.
And he went thus as far as the townhall, so as to assemble there the burgomasters and the sheriffs.
Yes, Friends, that is the townhall; discoursing so, to the Night.
By seven o'clock, on this raw October morning, fifth of the month, the townhall will see wonders.