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 Collins, John ChurtonCollins, William 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Collins, Mortimer
 
(b. Plymouth, 1827; d. 1876). “Summer Songs” (1860); “The Vivian Romance;” “Who is the Heir?” (1865); “Mr. Carrington;” “Marquis and Merchant;” “The Ivory Gate” (1869); “The Inn of Strange Meetings, and Other Poems” (1871); “The Secret of Long Life” (1871); “Miranda” (1873); “Sweet Anne Page;” “Two Plunges for a Pearl” (1872); “Squire Silchester;” “Transmigration;” “Frances;” “Princess Clarice;” “Sweet and Twenty” (1874); “From Midnight to Midnight,” “A Fight with Fortune;” and “Blacksmith and Scholar.” See his “Life” (1877).   1
 


 Collins, John ChurtonCollins, William 

 
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