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Originally appearing in Volume V16, Page 183 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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GUILLEBERT DE LANNOY (1386—1462), Flemish diplomatist, was chamberlain to the duke of Burgundy, governor of the fort of Sluys, and a knight of the Golden Fleece. He discharged several diplomatic missions in France, England, Prussia, Poland and Lithuania, and was one of the negotiators of the treaty of Troyes (1420). In 1421 he was sent by Henry V. of England to Palestine to inquire into the possibility of reviving the kingdom of Jerusalem, and wrote an account of his travels, Les Pelerinages de Surye et de Egipte, which was published in 1826 and again in 1842.
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LANOLIN (Lat. lana, wool, and oleum, oil)

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