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The green lea was speckled as thickly with them as a canvas by Van Alsloot or Sallaert with burghers.
This day a year ago Sir Richard Lea borrowed four hundred pounds from me.
By reference to the descriptions of Mr. Barnes and Mr. Lea, recited above, the number will be seen to have exceeded this estimate.
This species, Mr. Lea remarks, has a great geographical extension.
Here is my widow friend who after working fifteen hours daily for years was dragged from the Lea.
LONDON'S UNDERWORLDTHOMAS HOLMES
I stopped a man just in time, taking a Lea-Metford to shoot rooks with!
Thick as flies clustered that motley assembly on the north bank of the Silver Lea.
BOB, SON OF BATTLEALFRED OLLIVANT
But at the smelting works of Lea, near Matlock, the blowing-machine consists of two casks, which move upon horizontal axes.
This morn a throstle piped to me,''Tis time that mates were wooed and won— The daffodils are on the lea.'
LOVE'S USURIESLOUIS CRESWICKE
Once so brilliantly inspired, General Lea went on in a splendid manner.
ENGLAND, CANADA AND THE GREAT WARLOUIS-GEORGES DESJARDINS

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