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 Clifford (Lucy), Mrs. William Kingdon,Cobbe, Miss Frances Power 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Clough, Arthur Hugh
 
(b. Liverpool, January 1st, 1819; d. Florence, November 13th, 1861). “The Bothie of Tober-na-Vuolich, a Long Vacation Pastoral;” “Dipsychus;” “Amours de Voyage;” “Mari Magno,” “Ambarvalia”, a translation of the “Lives” of Plutarch. “Poems and Prose Remains,” edited by Mrs. Clough (1869); “Poems and Essays,” with “Life” by J. A. Symonds (1871); S. Waddington’s “Arthur Clough: A Monograph” (1883). See “Memoir,” by F.T. Palgrave, prefixed to the “Poems” (1863); “Essays,” by R. H. Hutton; Cornhill for 1866; Quarterly Review for 1869; Contemporary Review for 1869, and Macmillan’s Magazine, vols. vi. and xv   1
 


 Clifford (Lucy), Mrs. William Kingdon,Cobbe, Miss Frances Power 

 
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