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Literary usage of Lackland
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1. Reminiscences of the Bench and Bar of Missouri: With an Appendix, Containing by William Van Ness Bay (1878)
"James R. lackland was born on January 8, 1820, near Rock- ville, in Montgomery County, Maryland, and came with his parents to Missouri in 1828. ..."
2. Studies and Notes Supplementary to Stubbs' Constitutional History Down to by Charles Petit-Dutaillis, Georges Lefebvre (1908)
"ACCORDING to the narrative of Stubbs, John lackland was twice condemned as contumacious by the court Narrative of of Philip Augustus—in 1202 and in 1203. ..."
3. Out-of-town Places: With Hints for Their Improvement by Donald Grant] [Mitchell (1884)
"»w My friend lackland—as I suspected he would— has purchased a little place of two and a half acres, some thirty or forty miles from the city by the New X ..."
4. Notes and Queries by Martim de Albuquerque (1861)
"In the case of John lackland, the two blunders combine together in a wonderful manner. ... lackland ..."
5. The History of England by Thomas Keightley (1840)
"JOHN (lackland.) 1199—1216. To secure England John sent thither his fast friends, Hubert archbishop of Canterbury, and the earl-marshal William earl of ..."
6. Spiritual Adventures by Arthur Symons (1908)
"SEAWARD lackland was born on a day of storm, when his father was out at sea ... Isaac lackland was the only one of his mates who came home alive out of the ..."