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 Hume, DavidHuxley, Thomas Henry, LL.D. (b. Ealing, May 4th, 1825; d. June 29th, 1895). 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Hunt, James Henry Leigh
 
(b. Southgate, Middlesex, October 19th, 1784; d. August 28th, 1859). “The Feast of the Poets” (1814); “The Descent of Liberty” (1815); “Bacchus in Tuscany” (1816); “Hero and Leander” (1816); “Francesca da Rimini” (1816); “Ultra-Crepidarius” (1819); “Amyntas” (1820); “Recollections of Lord Byron” (1828); “Sir Ralph Esher” (1832); “Captain Sword and Captain Pen” (1839); “A Legend of Florence” (1840); “The Palfrey” (1842); “Christianism” (1846); “Men, Women, and Books” (1847); “The Town” (1848); “Autobiography” (1850); “The Religion of the Heart” (1853); “Stories in Verse” (1855); “The Old Court Suburb” (1855); “Table Talk;” “A Jar of Honey from Mount Hybla;” “A Tale for the Chimney Corner;” “Wishing Cap Papers;” and “A Day by the Fire.” He was also the compiler, with notes, of “Wit and Humour” and “Imagination and Fancy.” Edited The Examiner (1808–21); The Literary Examiner (1817); The Indicator (1819–21); The Companion (1828); The Tatler (1830–32); The London Journal (1834–35); and The Reflector. For Biography, see the “Life and Letters” by his son; Cosmo Monkhouse’s “Life;” Hawthorne’s “Our Old Home;” Grundy’s “Pictures of the Past,” etc. See also Alexander Smith’s “Dreamthorpe.”   1
 


 Hume, DavidHuxley, Thomas Henry, LL.D. (b. Ealing, May 4th, 1825; d. June 29th, 1895). 

 
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