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 Lemon, MarkLewes, George Henry 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Lever, Charles James
 
(b. Dublin, August 31st, 1809; d. Trieste, June 1st, 1872). “The Adventures of Harry Lorrequer” (1839); “Charles O’Malley” (1841); “Jack Hinton” (1842); “Tom Burke of Ours” (1844); “The O’Donoghue” (1845); “The Knight of Gwynne” (1847); “Roland Cashel” (1849); “The Daltons” (1852); “The Dodd Family Abroad” (1854); “The Martins of Cro’ Martin” (1856); “The Fortunes of Glencore” (1857); “Davenport Dunn” (1859); “Barrington” (1863); “A Day’s Ride” (1863); “Luttrell of Arran” (1865); “Tony Butler” (1865); “Sir Brooke Fosbrooke” (1866); “The Bramleighs of Bishop’s Folly” (1868); “That Boy of Norcott’s” (1869); “Paul Gosslett’s Confessions” (1871); “Lord Kilgobbin” (1872), etc. See the “Life” (1879). Edited The Dublin University Magazine.   1
 


 Lemon, MarkLewes, George Henry 

 
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