He was lying in the hedge by the public-house, three sheets in the wind.
No doubt she was still the widow's right hand in the public-house.
His mind wandered off again to Prince Radziwil and to that day in the public-house.
There is no public-house in the place, and little temptation of any kind.
There was a great lath of a fellow who kept the "Star and Garter" public-house.
And this is the Church which, according to your assertion in the public-house, never persecutes?
You know I went into the public-house to brush off the mud after my tumble.
Do not wife-beaters get their inspiration at the public-house?
Should we allow any nation under the sun to do us the harm one public-house will do?
Is it not true that nearly all the police are needed by those who frequent the Public-house?