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 Disraeli, Benjamin,Dixon, William Hepworth 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
D’Israeli, Isaac
 
(b Enfield, 1766, d. Bradenham House, Bucks, 1848). “A Poetical Epistle on the Abuse of Satire” (1789); “A Defence of Poetry” (1790); “Vaurien” (1797); “Romances” (1799); “Narrative Poems” (1803), “Flim-Flams” (1805); “Despotism; or, the Fall of the Jesuits” (1811); “The History of Cupid and Psyche” (1813); “The Genius of Judaism” (1833); “The Crisis Examined” (1834); and a few others, besides his better-known works, “The Curiosities of Literature” (1791, 1793, 1823); “The Calamities of Authors” (1812); “The Quarrels of Authors” (1814); “The Literary Character” (1816); and “The Literary and Political Character of James I.” (1816). “Life,” by his son, in library edition of the “Curiosities.”   1
 


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