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 Barnfield, Richard (b. 1574).Barr, Robert, 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Barr, Mrs. Amelia Edith,
 
née Huddleston (b. Ulverston, March 29th, 1831). “Cluny Macpherson” (1884); “The Hallam Succession” (1885); “Jan Vedder’s Wife” (1885); “The Lost Silver of Briffault” (1886); “The Bow of Orange Ribbon” (1886); “Between Two Loves” (1886); “A Daughter of Fife” (1886); “A Border Shepherdess” (1887); “Paul and Christina” (1887); “The Squire of Sandal-side” (1887); “The Household of McNeil” (1888); “Remember the Alamo” (1888); “In Spite of Himself” (1888); “Feet of Clay” (1889); “Woven of Love and Glory” (1890); “Friend Olivia” (1890); “Last of the Macallisters” (1890); “Scottish Sketches” (1890); “She Loved a Sailor” (1892); “A Sister to Esau” (1892); “Love for an Hour is Love for Ever” (1892); “The Preacher’s Daughter” (1892); “A Singer from the Sea” (1893); “Beads of Tasmer” (1893); “A Rose of a Hundred Leaves” (1893); “The Lone House” (1894); etc.   1
 


 Barnfield, Richard (b. 1574).Barr, Robert, 

 
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