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Alexander William, 1809–91, English historian.
Historical Examples

He also knew his Kinglake, and had that potent gift of memory which never stumbles in its manifestations.
The Career of Katherine Bush Elinor Glyn

Mr. Kinglake, the author of Eothen, to be sure, was a host in himself.
The International Monthly, Volume 3, No. 1, April, 1851 Various

Kinglake knew his associates, and was not ashamed desipere in loco, to frolic in their presence.
A. W. Kinglake W. Tuckwell

I believe I did not thank you for the offer of “Kinglake,” which we gratefully accept.
George Eliot’s Life, Vol. III (of 3) George Eliot

On the other hand, Kinglake sustains the interest with great skill, especially in the battle volumes.
The Age of Tennyson Hugh Walker

Kinglake says, 78 of the Heavy Brigade were killed and wounded all by the sword.
The Cause of the Charge of Balaclava Thomas Morley

Nor, according to the chronicler, did the three squadrons in first line start simultaneously, as Kinglake distinctly conveys.
Camps, Quarters and Casual Places Archibald Forbes

Mr Kinglake was for some years the Liberal member for Bridgewater.
Victorian Literature Clement K. Shorter

Kinglake he would read by the hour together, day and night, by the hanging lamp, lying upstairs on the best bed.
A Thief in the Night E. W. Hornung

But in the fifth and later editions Kinglake altered it to “Sir John.”
A. W. Kinglake W. Tuckwell


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