(UK tramp) a town or village.
|Great World of London I 6: Where do you stall to in the huey (where do you lodge in the town)?|
|Paved with Gold 69: I’ve caught a young flat what’s been and hooked it from the house at Nor’ud [...] He didn’t know where to stall to in the huey.|
|,||Dict. of Modern Sl. etc.|
|(con. 1840s–50s) London Labour and London Poor I 217/2: [as cit. 1856].|
|, ,||Sl. Dict.|
|London Life 80: [as cit. 1856].|
|Secrets of Tramp Life Revealed 10: They don’t care about going to a door and asking for anything, but will go to the outskirts of the ‘Hughys’ or towns where people are taking their evening walks.|