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 Addison, JosephAinger, Canon Alfred 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Aidé, Hamilton
 
(b. Paris, 1830). “Carr of Carlyon” (1862); “Mr. and Mrs. Faulconbridge” (1864); “The Romance of the Scarlet Leaf and Other Poems” (1865); “The Marstons” (1868); “In that State of Life” (1871); “Morals and Mysteries” (1872); “Penruddocke” (1873); “Poet and Peer” (1880); “Introduced to Society” (1884); “The Cliff Mystery” (1884); “Songs Without Music” (1889); “A Voyage of Discovery” (1892); “Elizabeth’s Pretenders” (1895). He has also written the words to many songs.   1
 


 Addison, JosephAinger, Canon Alfred 

 
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