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 Ainsworth, William Francis, M.D.Aird, Thomas 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Ainsworth, William Harrison
 
(b. February 4th, 1805; d. January 3rd, 1882). “Sir John Chiverton” (1826); “Rookwood” (1834); “Crichton” (1837); “Jack Sheppard” (1839); “The Tower of London” (1840); “Guy Fawkes,” “Old St. Paul’s” (1841); “The Miser’s Daughter,” “Windsor Castle,” “St. James’s,” “Lancashire Witches” (1848); “The Star Chamber” (1854); “The Flitch of Bacon,” “Ballads, Romantic, Fantastical, and Humorous” (1855); the “Spendthrift” (1856); “Mervyn Clitheroe” (1857); the “Combat of the Thirty” (a poem), “Ovingdean Grange” (1860); “The Constable of the Tower” (1861); the “Lord Mayor of London” (1862); “Cardinal Pole” (1863); “John Law, the Projector” (1864); the “Constable de Bourbon” (1866); “Old Court,” “The Spanish Match” (1867); “Myddleton Pomfret” (1868); “Hilary St. Ives” (1870); “The Good Old Times” (1873); “Merry England” (1874); “Preston Fight” (1875); “The Goldsmith’s Wife” (1875); “Chetwynd Calverley” (1876); and “Beatrice Tyldesley” (1878). Edited Bentley’s and New Monthly.   1
 


 Ainsworth, William Francis, M.D.Aird, Thomas 

 
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