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 Blackburn, HenryBlackmore, Richard Doddridge 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Blackie, John Stuart
 
(b. Glasgow, 1809; d. March 2nd, 1895). “Pronunciation of Greek” (1852); “Lays and Legends of Ancient Greece” (1857); “Three Discourses on Beauty” (1858); “Lyrical Poems” (1860); “Homer and the Iliad” (1866); “Democracy” (1867); “Musa Burschicosa” (1869); “War Songs of the Germans” (1870); “Four Phases of Morals” (1871); “Lays of the Highlands and Islands” (1872); “Self-Culture” (1873); “Horæ Hellenicæ” (1874); “Songs” (1876); “The Natural History of Atheism” (1877); “Self-Culture” (1877); “Lay Sermons” (1881); “Altavona” (1882); “The Wisdom of Goethe” (1883); “Life of Robert Burns” (1887); “Scottish Song” (1889); “A Song of Heroes” (1890); “Essays on Subjects of Moral and Social Interest” (1890); “Christianity and the Ideal of Humanity in Old Times and New” (1893). Translated “Faust” (1834); “Æschylus” (1850).   1
 


 Blackburn, HenryBlackmore, Richard Doddridge 

 
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