There's, this blessed minute, a farm o' sixteen acres, that the lacys is lavin'—goin' to America—an' it's to be set.
It was held by the lacys until the death of Henry, the 3rd earl.
The lacys returned to Chatham after the war and occupied it until 1872.
And sees well enough what is what, in all this symphony of the lacys, the Montalemberts and surrounding adorers.
At Moritzburg; where, with the lacys, there was once such rattling and battling.