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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Knowles, James Sheridan
 
(b. Cork, May 12th, 1784; d. Torquay, December, 1862). “Leo; or, the Gipsy;” “Brian Boroihme” (1814); “Caius Gracchus” (1815); “William Tell” (1825); “The Beggar’s Daughter of Bethnal Green” (1828); “Virginius” (1828); “Alfred the Great” (1831); “The Hunchback” (1832); “The Wife” (1833); “The Love Chase” (1837); “Woman’s Wit” (1838); “Maid of Mariandorpt” (1838); “Love,” “John of Procida” (1840); “Old Maids” (1841); “The Rose of Aragon” (1842); and “The Secretary” (1843). All but the first two of these were published in three volumes in 1841. The Works were reprinted in 1863.   1
 


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