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 Cox, Samuel, D.D.Craik, Mrs. 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Crabbe, George
 
(b. Aldborough, Suffolk, December 24th, 1754; d. Trowbridge, Wiltshire, February 8th, 1832). “Inebriety” (1775); “The Candidate” (1779); “The Library” (1781); “The Village” (1783); “The Newspaper” (1785); “The Parish Register” (1807); “The Borough” (1810); “Tales in Verse” (1812); “Tales of the Hall” (1819); “Variation of Publick Opinion as it Respects Religion” (1817); “Outlines of Natural Theology” (1840); and “Posthumous Sermons” (1850). “Life,” by his son, in 1838. See also T. E. Kebbel’s “Life.” For Criticism, see Jeffrey’s and Roscoe’s Essays.   1
 


 Cox, Samuel, D.D.Craik, Mrs. 

 
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