You have your Tuesdays, and go on with your Lecky; and I will keep a copy at home, and read up with you.
Naka Machi, bring me Lecky, completely uniformed as a smart chauffeur!
The whole field of modern discovery, says Lecky in his Democracy and Liberty was outside his range.
After Lecky had shifted gears he drove with his left hand alone.
The two statements taken together reveal Lecky to be a man without prejudice.
Paine tells us, too, that Lecky's 'European Morals' was an old favorite.
Captain Brown and Captain Lecky came from below, and hastened to get in the studding-sails, in anticipation of the coming squall.
On these kinds of devils, see the note of Vives in loc., or Lecky's Hist.
Lecky walked blithely along the street and turned right when he was opposite the limousine.
An asylum in Cairo was founded in 1304, while the first Christian asylum expressly for the mad is noted in 1409 (Lecky).