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 Hole, The Very Rev. Samuel Reynolds, D.D.Hook, Theodore Edward 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Hood, Thomas
 
(b. London, May 23rd, 1799; d. London, 1845). “Odes and Addresses to Great People,” with J. H. Reynolds (1825); “The Plea of the Mid-summer Fairies, and Other Poems” (1827); “National Tales” (1827); “The Epping Hunt” (1829); “Comic Annual” (1830 to 1839); “Tylney Hall” (1834); “Hood’s Own” (1838–39); “Up the Rhine” (1840); and “Whimsicalities” (1843–44). The “Poems,” and “Poems of Wit and Humour,” are published in a collected form. For Biography, see his Literary Reminiscences in “Hood’s Own,” and the “Life” by Hood’s son and daughter.   1
 


 Hole, The Very Rev. Samuel Reynolds, D.D.Hook, Theodore Edward 

 
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