Lear did not know where knowsley was, or what it meant; but the old gentleman was the thirteenth Earl of Derby.
A few months later, on the 23rd of October 1869, he died at knowsley.
Towards the end of November he was at knowsley, from whence he communicated with the writer of these pages. '
knowsley is near Liverpool, and I fancy it is always dark there.
Its power attracted the attention of the 13th earl of Derby, who employed Lear to draw his knowsley menagerie.
knowsley lies near Prescott, about seven miles from Liverpool.
The most intimately connected with the history of the county are the Stanleys, whose chief seat is knowsley Hall.
Many of his productions, family portraits and views in the neighbourhood, are contained in the knowsley collection.
Derby is at knowsley amusing himself, and Disraeli at Paris, doing nobody knows what.
At last the White Pile, blinded in one eye, began to retreat before the knowsley.