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 Jeafireson, John Cordy (b. Framlingham, January 14th, 1831).Jeffrey, Francis, Lord 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Jefferies, Richard
 
(b. Wiltshire, 1848; d. 1887). “The Scarlet Shawl” (1874); “Restless Human Hearts” (1875); “World’s End” (1877); “The Gamekeeper at Home” (1878); “Wild Life in a Southern County” (1879); “The Amateur Poacher” (1879); “Hodge and his Masters” (1880); “Greene Ferne Farm” (1880); “Round About a Great Estate” (1880); “Wood Magic” (1881); “Bevis” (1882); “The Story of My Heart” (1883); “Nature Near London” (1833); “Red Deer” (1884); “The Dewy Morn” (1884); “Life of the Fields” (1884); “The Open Air” (1885); “After London” (1885); “Amaryllis at the Fair” (1887); “Field and Hedgerow,” essays collected by Mrs. Jefferies (1889); “The Toilers of the Field” (1892). “Eulogy” by Walter Besant (1888) and “Life” by H. S. Salt (1894).   1
 


 Jeafireson, John Cordy (b. Framlingham, January 14th, 1831).Jeffrey, Francis, Lord 

 
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