- HenryHarry, 1596–1662, English composer.
- Lewis E(dward),1883–1947, U.S. penologist.
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Examples from the Web for lawes
The Athenians receiued that Lawe, thei did also obaie his other lawes.
There was no stewes or Baudes houses, where soche Lawes and Lawmakers were.
Mr. Lawes is not favorable to the cooking of food unless when it is scarce.The Stock-Feeder's Manual
Charles Alexander Cameron
Also Punnus did give the Islanders their Lawes, and caused them to bee written.In Northern Mists (Volume 2 of 2)
There are lawes and ceremonies to be observed both by the firsts and seconds.Nineteen Centuries of Drink in England
Richard Valpy French
- Henry. 1596–1662, English composer, noted for his music for Milton's masque Comus (1634) and for his settings of some of Robert Herrick's poems
- his brother, William . 1602–45, English composer, noted for his harmonically experimental instrumental music