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 Faraday, Michael, D.C.L.Farquhar, George 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Farjeon, Benjamin Leopold
 
(b. London, May 12th, 1833). “Grif” (1870); “Joshua Marvel” (1871); “London’s Heart” (1873); “Jessie Trim” (1874); “Christmas Stories” (1874); “Love’s Victory” (1875); “Duchess of Rosemary Lane” (1876); “House of White Shadows” (1884); “Great Porter Square” (1884); “The Sacred Nugget” (1885); “In a Silver Sea” (1886); “The Nine of Hearts” (1886); “A Secret Inheritance” (1887); “The Tragedy of Featherstone” (1887); “Miser Farebrother” (1888); “Toilers of Babylon” (1888); “A Young Girl’s Life” (1889); “A Strange Enchantment” (1889); “The Blood-White Rose” (1889); “Dr. Glennie’s Daughter” (1889); “Basil and Annette” (1890); “The Peril of Richard Pardon” (1890); “Mystery of M. Felix” (1890), “For the Defence” (1891); “March of Fate” (1892); “Something Occurred” (1893); “The Last Tenant” (1893); “Aaron the Jew” (1894).   1
 


 Faraday, Michael, D.C.L.Farquhar, George 

 
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