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 Kinglake, Alexander WilliamKingsley, Henry 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Kingsley, Charles
 
(b. Holne, Devonshire, June 12th, 1819; d. Eversley, January 23rd, 1875). “The Saint’s Tragedy” (1840); “Yeast” (1848); “Village Sermons” (1849); “Alton Locke” (1850); “Cheap Clothes and Nasty” (1850); “Phaeton” (1852); “Hypatia” (1853); “Westward Ho!” (1855); “Glaucus” (1855); “The Heroes; or, Greek Fairy Tales” (1856); “Alexandria and Her Schools” (1857); “Two Years Ago” (1857); “Andromeda;” “Miscellanies” (1859); “The Water Babies” (1863); “The Roman and the Teuton: Lectures” (1864); “What, then, does Dr. Newman Mean?” (1864); “Hereward, the Last of the English” (1866); “The Ancien Régime” (1867); “The Hermits” (1868); “Madam How and Lady Why” (1870); “At Last” (1871); “Prose Idylls” (1873); “Plays and Puritans” (1873); “Health and Education” (1874); “The Limits of Exact Science as applied to History;” and several volumes of “Sermons.” A collected edition of his Essays, etc., has appeared since his death. See the “Life” by Mrs. Kingsley (1876).   1
 


 Kinglake, Alexander WilliamKingsley, Henry 

 
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