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Lockhart

[lok-hahrt, lok-ert] /ˈlɒk hɑrt, ˈlɒk ərt/
noun
1.
John Gibson, 1794–1854, Scottish biographer and novelist.
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  • In a later number of the same year he reviewed Lockhart's biography.

    James Fenimore Cooper Thomas R. Lounsbury
  • General Lockhart was at the fort bearing his name, with a regiment of the 4th Brigade.

  • (p. 088) Lockhart need hardly have added, "or into that misery of miseries, the remorse of a poet."

    Robert Burns Principal Shairp.
  • The devoted conduct of Lockhart himself was worthy of his great relative.

    Character Samuel Smiles
  • Lockhart's "Life of Scott" is a favorite with all who read it.

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