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 Barham, Richard HarrisBarker, Edmund H. 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Baring-Gould, Rev. Sabine
 
(b. Exeter, 1834). “The Path of the Just” (1854); “Ireland: Its Scenes and Sagas” (1861); “Post - Mediæval Preachers” (1865); “Curious Myths of the Middle Ages” (1866–67); “The Silver Store” (1868); “The Book of Were-Wolves” (1869); “Curiosities of the Olden Time” (1869); “The Origin and Development of Religious Belief” (1870); “The Golden Gate” (1870); “The Lives of the Saints” (1872); “Difficulties of the Faith” (1874); “The Lost and Hostile Gospels” (1874); “Yorkshire Oddities” (1874)” “Some Modern Difficulties” (1875). “Life of the Rev. R. S. Hawker” (1876); “The Mystery of Suffering” (1877); “Germany, Past and Present” (1879); “The Passion of Christ” (1885); “Our Parish Church” (1885); “The Birth of Jesus” (1885); “Nazareth and Capernaum” (1886); “Germany” (1886); “The Way of Sorrows” (1887); “The Death and Resurrection of Jesus” (1888); “Our Inheritance” (1888); “Historic Oddities” (1889); “Old Country Life” (1890); “In Troubadour Land” (1890); “Conscience and Sin” (1890); “The Church in Germany” (1891); “The Tragedy of the Cæsars” (1892); “Strange Survivals” (1892); “The Icelander’s Sword” (1893). In addition to the above works he has written the following novels: “Mehalah” (1880);. “John Herring” (1883); “Court Royal” (1886); “Red Spider” (1887); “The Gaverocks” (1887); “Eve” (1888); “Grettir the Outlaw” (1889); “The Pennycomequicks” (1889); “My Prague Pig” (1890); “Arminell” (1890); “Urith” (1891); “Margery of Quether” (1891); “Through all the Changing Scenes of Life” (1892); “In the Roar of the Sea” (1892); “Cheap Jack Zita” (1893); “The Queen of Love” (1894); “Kitty Alone” (1894).   1
 


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