The shock of finding that Lillo had run away overcame every other feeling in Tessa for the moment.
Lillo put the sketch on the mantel-shelf and drew his arm-chair to the fire.
Mr. Lillo had previously written a ballad-opera, "Sylvia;" but now he aimed to show the hideousness and consequence of vice.
Her voice was unsteady, and Lillo was looking up at her with awed wonder.
Romola sat nearly opposite Lillo, but she was not observing him.
Lillo turned the story into a tragedy, The Fatal Curiosity, 1736.
Upon the 7th of May a more determined attempt was made upon the Kowenstyn, by the fleet from Lillo.
This powder they preserve in bags of linen or cotton, and call it Lillo.
I shall not mind going without Lillo so much, if I bring him something.
Like the Elizabethan plays, Lillo's are bald, detailed, and moralizing.