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 Birrell, Augustine (b. Wavertree, January 19th, 1850).Blackburn, Henry 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Black, William (b. Glasgow, 1841).
 
“Love or Marriage” (1867); “In Silk Attire” (1869); “Kilmeny” (1870); “The Monarch of Mincing Lane” (1871); “A Daughter of Heth” (1871); “The Strange Adventures of a Phaeton” (1872); “A Princess of Thule” (1873); “The Maid of Killeena” (1874); “Three Feathers” (1875); “Madcap Violet” (1876); “Lady Silverdale’s Sweetheart” (1876); “Green Pastures and Piccadilly” (1877); “Macleod of Dare” (1878); “White Wings” and “Sunrise” (1880); “That Beautiful Wretch” (1881); “Shandon Bells” (1883); “Yolande” (1883); “Judith Shakespeare” (1884); “White Heather” (1885); “The Wise Woman of Inverness, etc.” (1885); “Sabina Zembra” (1887); “The Strange Adventures of a House Boat” (1888); “The Penance of John Logan,” etc. (1889); “Nanciebel” (1889); “The New Prince Fortunatus” (1890); “Donald Ross of Heimra” (1891); “Stand Fast, Craig-Royston” (1891); “The Magic Ink and Other Tales” (1892); “Wolfenberg” (1892); “The Handsome Humes” (1893); “Highland Cousins” (1894).   1
 


 Birrell, Augustine (b. Wavertree, January 19th, 1850).Blackburn, Henry 

 
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