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  • The others under a divided command, make head against the King's troops under John of Lancaster.

    William Shakespeare

  • John of Lancaster, and he had imprisoned John Ball, the peasant leader, as his predecessors had done, at Maidstone.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 13: Revelation-Stock

  • In the same year he was sent to the north with a letter directed to John of Lancaster ordering the latter to come to London to the king's council.

    Chaucer's Official Life

  • [Sidenote: 1377] of William Courtenay, Bishop of London, and, had he not been protected by the powerful prince, John of Lancaster, it might have gone hard with him.

    The Age of the Reformation

  • The first is from a Latin manuscript on arithmetic, [584] of which the original was written at Paris in 1424 by Rollandus, a Portuguese physician, who prepared the work at the command of John of Lancaster, Duke of Bedford, at one time Protector of England and Regent of France, to whom the work is dedicated.

    The Hindu-Arabic Numerals

  • John of Lancaster as this, that a man cannot make him laugh.

    Obiter Dicta

  • Hence his dislike to Prince John of Lancaster, and his mortification when he finds his wit fail on him: --

    Literary Remains, Volume 2

  • [Footnote: p. 230.] "Outwardly, much depended on the ascendancy of John of Lancaster.

    Chaucer's Official Life

  • The only important fact which I have found with regard to de Graunson ” aside from those mentioned in Romania XIX ” is an indenture made apparently in 48 Edward III, between Otz de Granson chivaler, and John of Lancaster.

    Chaucer's Official Life

  • Most remarkable of all: [Footnote: p. 230.] “Outwardly, much depended on the ascendancy of John of Lancaster.

    Chaucer's Official Life


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