Leniency or mercy shown toward an offender.
To release from.
Drooling; talking senselessly.
Replaced; out dated; old fashioned.
unhappy, sad, mournful.
Tending to pompous moralizing.
Thoughtfully referring to the past, looking back.
Low bed meant to be slid under another.
Omen; feeling, intuition.
Release, freeing, exoneration.
Messenger of a law court.
The site of a former British penal colony near Sydney, Australia.
The Royal Exchange in London, where merchants met to conduct business.
Mispronunciation of codicil, an addition to a will.
A ship for carrying coal.
A market area of London, famous for its many theaters and fashionable coffee houses.
Real estate that can be passed on through inheritance.
An association of merchants that specialized in insuring ships and publishing shipping information.
The principal prison of London from the thirteenth century until it was torn down in 1902. It was rebuilt after rioters burned it in 1780. Public executions were carried out in front of its gates from 1783 to 1867.
A sandbank at the mouth of the Thames where it meets the sea.
A boat that travels a regular routes carrying passengers, freight, and mail.
A lead weight.
A large complex of buildings with apartments, located on the Thames.
The large river that flows through London.