Examples from the Web for vauxhall
It is easier to read the Klner Zeitung than the play-bill of Vauxhall.Saunterings in and about London|Max Schlesinger
In 1794 the proprietors of Vauxhall put a wonderful car upon the river, on the match day.Yachting Vol. 2|Various.
As ill-luck would have it, Pen again fell in with Mr. Huxter, only three days after the rencontre at Vauxhall.The History of Pendennis|William Makepeace Thackeray
"It is a coincidence that your uncle should have once resided in Vauxhall Walk," she said, addressing herself to Magdalen.
In less than half an hour's time he had made himself acquainted with every incident that had happened in Vauxhall Walk.
Word Origin and History for vauxhall
popular pleasure garden on south bank of Thames in London, c.1661-1859; the name is Middle English Faukeshale (late 13c.), "Hall or manor of a man called Falkes," an Old French personal name.