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 Horne, George,Hornung, Ernest William 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Horne, Richard Hengist
 
(b. London, 1803; d. 1884). “Cosmo de Medici” (1837); “The Death of Marlowe” (1838); “Exposition of the False Medium and Barriers excluding Men of Genius from the Public” (1838); “Gregory the Seventh,” a tragedy (1840); “A Life of Napoleon” (1841); “Orion, an Epic Poem” (1843); “A New Spirit of the Age” (1844); “Ballads and Romances” (1846); “Judas Iscariot” (1848); “The Dreamer and the Worker” (1851); “Undeveloped Characters of Shakespeare,” “Australian Facts and Prospects;” and “Laura Dibalzo” (1880). See “Letters of E. B. Browning to R. H. Horne” (1877).   1
 


 Horne, George,Hornung, Ernest William 

 
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