E. Cobham Brewer 18101897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
(b. Edinburgh, August 1st, 1822; d. 1887). The Romance of War; or, Highlanders in Spain (1846); Highlanders of Belgium (1847); The Adventures of an Aide-de-Camp (1848); Memoirs of Kirkcaldy of Grange (1849); Walter Fenton (1850); Edinburgh Castle (1850); Bothwell; or, the Days of Mary, Queen of Scots (1851); Memoirs of Sir John Hepburn, Marshal of France, and Colonel of the Scots Brigade (1851); Jane Seton; or, the Kings Advocate (1853); Philip Rollo; or, the Scottish Musketeers (1854); Frank Hilton; or, the Queens Own (1855); The Yellow Frigate (1855); The Phantom Regiment (1856); Harry Ogilvie; or, the Black Dragoon (1856); Laura Everingham (1857), Memoirs of the Marquis of Montrose (1858); Arthur Blane; or, the Hundred Cuirassiers (1858); The Cavaliers of Fortune (1858); Lucy Arden: a Tale of 1715 (1859); Legends of the Black Watch (1859); Mary of Loraine (1860), Oliver Ellis; or, the Fusiliers (1861); Dick Rodney; or, the Adventures of an Eton Boy (1861); The Captain of the Guard (1862); The Adventures of Rob Roy (1863); Letty Hydes Lovers (1863); Second to None (1864); The Kings Own Borderers (1865); The Constable of France (1866); The White Cockade; or, Faith and Fortitude (1867); First Love and Last Love (1868); The Secret Dispatch (1868); The Girl He Married (1869); Jack Manly, his Adventures (1870); Lady Wedderburns Wish (1870); Only an Ensign (1871); Under the Red Dragon (1871); British Battles on Land and Sea (1873); Shall I Win Her? (1874); Fairer than a Fairy (1874), One of the Six Hundred (1876); Morley Ashton (1876); Six Years Ago (1877); Old and New Edinburgh; and other works.