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 Farquhar, GeorgeFawcett, Henry 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Farrar, Very Rev. Frederick William, D.D.
 
(b. Bombay, 1831). “Origin of Language;” “Chapters on Language” (1865); “The Fall of Man, and Other Sermons” (1865); “A Lecture on Public School Education” (1867); “Seekers after God” (1869); “Families of Speech” (1870), “The Witness of History to Christ” (1871); “The Silence and Voices of God”; (1873); “The Life of Christ” (1874); “Marlborough Sermons” (1876), “Eternal Hope” (1878); “Saintly Workers” (1878); “The Life and Work of St. Paul” (1879); “Mercy and Judgment” (1881); “Early Days of Christianity” (1882); “Solomon” (1887); “Lives of the Fathers” (1889); “The Minor Prophets” (1890); “The Wider Hope” (1890); “The Passion Play at Ober-Ammergau” (1890); “Truths to Live By” (1890); “Darkness and Dawn” (1891); “Social and Present - Day Questions” (1891). “The Voice from Sinai” (1892); “Dawn of Christianity” (1895); also some stories of school life.   1
 


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