Which preposition to use with cockpit

of Occurrences 13%

But this ancient cockpit of warring races could not escape.

in Occurrences 3%

Mr. Morton speculated in stocks and town-lots in the same spirit that he had formerly betted at the racecourse and cockpit in his dear Palmetto State.

for Occurrences 2%

And he that has made it his whole business to accomplish himself for the applause of boys, schoolmasters, and the easiest of Country Divines; and has been shouldered out of the Cockpit for his Wit: when he comes into the World, is the most likely person to be kicked out of the company, for his pedantry and overweening opinion of himself.

on Occurrences 2%

"The schools are open only on week-days and the cockpits on holidays.

as Occurrences 1%

At that timenor at that time onlythe 'Den of Thieves,' as Cobbett called our senate, was a cockpit as vulgar and personal as the present Congress of the United States.

to Occurrences 1%

"Den I fix you, you rat!" He made a rush for the boy, but 'Frisco Kid led him a lively chase from cockpit to bowsprit and back again.

with Occurrences 1%

Quicumque non crederit anathema sit!" Martin Aristorenas shrank away pale and trembling, while Quiroga, who had listened with great attention to the argument, with marked deference offered the philosopher a magnificent cigar, at the same time asking in his caressing voice: "Surely, one can make a contract for a cockpit with Kilisto, ha?

Which preposition to use with  cockpit