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 Babington, Professor Charles CardaleBacon, Roger 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Bacon, Francis, Lord Verulam
 
(b. London, January 22nd, 1561; d. High-gate, 1626). “Essays” (1597, 1612, 1624); “Advancement of Learning” (1605); “De Sapientia Veterum” (1609); “Novum Organum” (1620); “History of the Reign of Henry VII.” (1623); “De Augmentis Scientiarum” (1623); “Apophthegms” (1625); “Sylva Sylvarum,” “New Atlantis,” “Historia Ventorum.” Posthumously published: “Elements of the Law of England” (1636); “History of the Alienation Office.” Biographies: Mallet’s (1740); Birch’s (1763); Rawley’s (1825); Basil Montagu’s (1825); Macaulay’s “Essays”; Kuno Fischer’s (translated 1857); Remusat’s “Vie” (1857); Hepworth Dixon’s (1862); Dean Church’s (1879); and Th. Fowler’s. Best edition, with Letters and Life, Spedding’s (1870). “Novum Organum,” with notes, edited by Fowler (1878). See Abbott’s “Bacon and Essex,” 1877, and Morley’s “English Writers,” vol. xi.   1
 


 Babington, Professor Charles CardaleBacon, Roger 

 
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