Examples from the Web for tyburn
During the procession to Tyburn he seemed much affected, and said but little.
A great man dies not with so mean a jest, and Tyburn was untouched to mirth by Shotland's facile humour.A Book of Scoundrels|Charles Whibley
The exact position of the Tyburn gallows has been a matter of some controversy.
They both suffered at Tyburn, three nonjuring clergymen absolving them, much to the indignation of the loyal bystanders.Haunted London|Walter Thornbury
To-morrow, was it not, that you were to journey to Tyburn and from thence across the Styx?A Daughter of Raasay|William MacLeod Raine
British Dictionary definitions for tyburn
Word Origin and History for tyburn
place of public execution for Middlesex from c.1200 to 1783; it stood at the junction of modern Oxford Street, Bayswater Road and Edgware Road.