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 Lindsay, Sir DavidLinton, William James 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Linton, Mrs. Eliza Lynn
 
(b. Keswick, 1822). “Witch Stories” (1861); “The Lake Country” (1864); “Ourselves” (1870); “Joshua Davidson” (1874); “Patricia Kemball” (1875); “The Atonement of Leam Dundas” (1876); “The World Well Lost” (1877); “Under which Lord?” (1879); “The Girl of the Period” (1883), “The Autobiography of Christopher Kirkland” (1885); “Paston Carew” (1886); “Through the Long Night” (1889); “About Ireland” (1890); “An Octave of Friends” (1891); “About Ulster” (1892); “The One Too Many” (1894); “In Haste and at Leisure” (1895)   1
 


 Lindsay, Sir DavidLinton, William James 

 
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