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 Brooks, Charles ShirleyBroughton, Miss Rhoda 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Brougham, Henry,
 
Baron Brougham and Vaux (b. Edinburgh, September 19th, 1778; d. Cannes, May 7th, 1868). “Colonial Policy of the European Powers;” “Discourses of Natural Theology” (1835); “Speeches” (1838); “Dissertations on Subjects of Science” (1839); “Statesmen of the Time of George III.” (1839–43); “Political Philosophy” (1840); “Albert Lunel” (1844); “Men of Letters and Science” (1845); “The Revolution in France” (1849); “Dialogue on Instinct” (1849); “Analytical View of Newton’s ‘Principia’” (with Routh) (1855); “Contributions to the Edinburgh Review (1857). See Works (1868); Autobiography (1871); Bibliography of his writings (1873).   1
 


 Brooks, Charles ShirleyBroughton, Miss Rhoda 

 
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