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The table was set with the Cavendish silver and crystal and various sumptuous-looking bottles from the wine cellar.The Duchess Who Secretly Loved Elvis: Remembering Lunch with 'Debo,' The Last Mitford Sister|Lloyd Grove|September 27, 2014|DAILY BEAST
She is at 304, Cavendish Place, so that it is very unlikely that you will meet her for some time.
If a rich criminal were brought into straits before the law, he always sent for Mr. Cavendish.
"304, Cavendish Place," he repeated, and without another word turned his back on Mr. Milburgh and slunk away.
What Talbot really wished to make sure of was, that Cavendish should know that he had brought him his client.
At last they heard a little bell which summoned the boy, who soon returned to say that Mr. Cavendish would see them.