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 Fletcher, JohnForbes, James David, D. C. L. 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Foote, Samuel
 
(b. Truro, 1719; d. Dover, October 21st, 1777). “The Diversions of the Morning” (1747); “The Auction of Pictures” (1748); “Taste” (1752); “The Englishman in Paris” (1753); “The Knights” (1754); “The Englishman Returned from Paris” (1756); “The Author” (1757); “The Minor” (1760); “The Orators” (1762); “The Lyar” (1762); “The Tryal of Samuel Foote” (1763); “The Mayor of Garrat” (1764); “The Patron” (1764); “The Commissary” (1765); “Prelude on Opening the Theatre” (1767); “The Devil upon Two Sticks” (1768); “The Lame Lover” (1770); “The Maid of Bath” (1771); “The Nabob” (1772); “Piety in Pattens” (1773); “The Cozeners” (1774); “The Bankrupt” (1776); “The Capuchin” (1776); “A Trip to Calais” (1778); “Lindamira” (1805); “The Slanderer;” and “The Young Hypocrite.” “Dramatic Works” in 1778. For Biography, see the “Life” by Cooke (1805), Davies’s “Life of Garrick,” Boswell’s “Life of Johnson,” the “Biographia Dramatica,” the “Dictionary of National Biography,” and Forster’s “Essays.”   1
 


 Fletcher, JohnForbes, James David, D. C. L. 

 
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