One evening, shortly before twilight, he came his accustomed road upon the river's bank, intending to pass through Westminster Hall
into Palace Yard, and there take boat to London Bridge as usual.
To an Englishman, accustomed to the paraphernalia of Westminster Hall
, an American Court of Law is as odd a sight as, I suppose, an English Court of Law would be to an American.
Even our Becky had her weaknesses, and as one often sees how men pride themselves upon excellences which others are slow to perceive: how, for instance, Comus firmly believes that he is the greatest tragic actor in England; how Brown, the famous novelist, longs to be considered, not a man of genius, but a man of fashion; while Robinson, the great lawyer, does not in the least care about his reputation in Westminster Hall
, but believes himself incomparable across country and at a five-barred gate--so to be, and to be thought, a respectable woman was Becky's aim in life, and she got up the genteel with amazing assiduity, readiness, and success.
But as that wouldn't do in Westminster Hall
, and as it wouldn't look quite professional if they were seen by a client, they decamped.
itself is a shady solitude where nightingales might sing, and a tenderer class of suitors than is usually found there, walk.
Assuredly not one of our Westminster Hall
authorities,' said he, 'but still no despicable one to a man possessing the largely-practical Mr Merdle's knowledge of the world.
I saw a man examined as a witness in Westminster Hall
visiting-the-Houses-of-Parliament- by Disability Horizons There is bench seating in Westminster Hall
, and visitor assistants can escort visitors with disabilities from Westminster Hall
to Central Lobby.
Conservative backbencher Sir Roger Gale told MPs in a Westminster Hall
debate they could remove their jackets in view of the hot weather - but not their ties.
The current landmark dates to 1097, when William Rufus laid the foundation stone for Westminster Hall
New Dawn, a "contemporary light sculpture" by artist Mary Branson, will be revealed in Westminster Hall
, the oldest part of the historic building, and is the first piece of abstract art commissioned for permanent display in the Houses of Parliament.
THE CORPORATE OFFICER OF THE HOUSE OF LORDS AND THE CORPORATE OFFICER OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS announced tender for Contract notice for Provision of Conservation of Westminster Hall
Phase 3 (Internal Roof, Lantern, Lighting Installation and Fire Safety).