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 Buchanan, GeorgeBuckingham, George Villiers, Duke of 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Buchanan, Robert Williams
 
(b. August 18th, 1841). “Undertones” (1860), “Idyls of Inverburn‘” (1865), “London Poems” (1866); “Napoleon Fallen” (1871); “The Land of Lorne” (1871), “The Drama of Kings” (1871), “The Fleshly School of Poetry” (1872), “Master Spirits” (1873); “Balder the Beautiful” (1877), “God and the Man” (1881), “A Child of Nature” (1881), “The Martyrdom of Madeleine” (1882), “Ballads of Life, Love, and Humour” (1882); “Love Me for Ever” (1883), “Annan Water” (1883), “The New Abelard” (1884), “Foxglove Manor” (1884), “Matt” (1885), “Stormy Waters” (1885); “The Master of the Mine” (1885), “A Look Round Literature” (1887); “The Heir of Linn” (1888). “The City of Dream” (1888), “The Moment After” (1890), “The Outcast” (1891), “Come, Live with Me and be My Love.” (1891); “The Coming Terror, etc.” (1891); “Poems for the People” (1892); “The Wandering Jew” (1893); “Woman and the Man” (1893); “Rachel Dene” (1894); “Red and White Heather” (1894); “The Devil’s Case” (1896). Plays: “The Witchfinder,” “A Madcap Prince,” “Sophia,” “The Piper of Hamelin,” etc. Works (1874).   1
 


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