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 Besant, Mrs. Annie (b. London, October 1st, 1847).Betham-Edwards, Miss Matilda Barbara (b. Westerfield, Suffolk, 1836). 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Besant, Sir Walter (b. Portsmouth, 1838).
 
“Studies in Early French Poetry” (1868); with Professor Palmer, “Jerusalem” (1871). “The Golden Butterfly” (1871); “Ready - Money Mortiboy” (1872); “The French Humorists” (1873); “The Monks of Thelema” (1878); “By Celia’s Arbour” (1878); “’Twas in Trafalgar’s Bay” (1879); “The Seamy Side” (1880); “The Ten Years’ Tenant” (1881); “The Chaplain of the Fleet” (1881). The above novels were written in conjunction with James Rice. Sir Walter has written alone, “The Revolt of Man” (1882); “All Sorts and Conditions of Men” (1882); “The Captain’s Room” (1883); “Life of E. H. Palmer” (1883), “All in a Garden Fair” (1883); “Readings in Rabelais” (1883); “Dorothy Forster” (1884); “The Art of Fiction” (1884); “Uncle Jack” (1885); “Children of Gibeon” (1886); “The World Went Very Well Then” (1887); “Herr Paulus” (1888); “Fifty Years Ago” (1888); “The Eulogy of Richard Jefferies” (1888); “For Faith and Freedom” (1889); “The Bell of St. Paul’s” (1889): “Captain Cook” (a biography) (1889); “To Call Her Mine” (1889); “Armorel of Lyonesse” (1890); “The Holy Rose” (1890); “St. Katherine’s by the Tower” (1891); “The Ivory Gate” (1892); “London” (1892); “The History of London” (1893); “The Rebel Queen” (1893); “Beyond the Dreams of Avarice” (1895).   1
 


 Besant, Mrs. Annie (b. London, October 1st, 1847).Betham-Edwards, Miss Matilda Barbara (b. Westerfield, Suffolk, 1836). 

 
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