But everybody agrees in saying they never had such a lord-lieutenant before.
I may not see that lord-lieutenant, gentlemen, and I may not see the statue.
Believe you me, doctor, if she does the lord-lieutenant won't be inclined for giving us the pier.
If the lord-lieutenant doesn't come, and he won't, who's going to give us the money?
The lord-lieutenant promised the place to a distinguished young man of excellent conservative principles.
"It must be the lord-lieutenant," said Mrs. Gregg ecstatically.
He's fetched down the representative of the lord-lieutenant of this country to unveil the statue!
You've attempted to play off an outrageous hoax on the lord-lieutenant of Ireland.
Since the Union the executive has been in the hands of a lord-lieutenant, secretary, and council appointed by the Crown.
The Earl of Westmorland had succeeded Buckingham as lord-lieutenant in 1790.