The chief towns are Leicester, the county town, loughborough, and Hinckley.
In 1809 we find him established as a lace-manufacturer at loughborough, in Leicestershire.
loughborough, the chancellor, saw an opportunity for ingratiating himself by betraying the prime minister.
But while Pitt sapped the approaches to the citadel, loughborough countermined him.
In 1864 William Cotton of loughborough altered this frame by reversing the positions of the needles and sinkers.
"She's got her parlour an' her plush suite in loughborough," said her husband with just pride.
Some cried to her, saying, "Thou must go to loughborough first."
We carried music with us, and music met us at the loughborough station.
loughborough used to say, ‘Do what you think right, and never think of what you are to say to excuse it beforehand’—a good maxim.
loughborough it was who suggested the change; but Pitt must have approved it; and thereafter the Board deteriorated.