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 Locker-Lampson, FrederickLockyer, Professor Joseph Norman, C.B. 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Lockhart, John Gibson
 
(b. Cambusnethan, Lanarkshire, 1794; d. Abbotsford, November 25th, 1854). “Peter’s Letters to his Kinsfolk” (along with Wilson, 1819), “Ancient Spanish Ballads” (1821), “Valerius” (1821); “Essays on Cervantes” (1822); “Adam Blair” (1822); “Reginald Dalton” (1823), “Matthew Wald” (1824); “Life of Burns” (1828); and “Life of Scott” (1837–39). Edited The Quarterly Review. See Dr. R. Shelton Mackenzie’s “Memoir of John Gibson Lockhart,” prefixed to an edition of “The Noctes Ambrosianæ” (New York, 1855).   1
 


 Locker-Lampson, FrederickLockyer, Professor Joseph Norman, C.B. 

 
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