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 Doyle, Arthur ConanDriver, Professor Samuel Rolles, D.D. 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Drayton, Michael
 
(b. Hartshill, near Atherston, Warwickshire, 1563; d. 1631). “Polyolbion” (1612–22); “The Barons’ Wars;” “England’s Heroical Epistles;” “The Man in the Moone;” “Endimion and Phœbe;” “Idea;” “The Shepherd’s Garland.” “Matilda;” “Mortimeriados;” “The Owle:” “The Battle of Agincourt” (1627), “The Muses Elizium;” “Piers Gaveston;” “Nymphidia, the Court of Fairy;” and other works, collected in 1752, with “An Historical Essay on his Life and Writings.” See Hooper’s edition of “Works” (1876).   1
 


 Doyle, Arthur ConanDriver, Professor Samuel Rolles, D.D. 

 
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