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Lockhart

[lok-hahrt, lok-ert] /ˈlɒk hɑrt, ˈlɒk ərt/
noun
1.
John Gibson, 1794–1854, Scottish biographer and novelist.
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  • Lockhart pleads for some of these, but I fear the plea can hardly be admitted.

    Sir Walter Scott George Saintsbury
  • Only that, but the story as told by Lockhart had affected my imagination as a boy.

    Red Cap Tales Samuel Rutherford Crockett
  • General Lockhart was at the fort bearing his name, with a regiment of the 4th Brigade.

  • I accordingly telegraphed for Mr. Lockhart, the secretary of the company.

    The Johnstown Horror James Herbert Walker
  • "Lockhart's 'Life,'" he would say, handling a volume from one hand to the other.

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