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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Macaulay, Thomas Babington, Lord
 
(b. Rothley Temple, Leicestershire, October 25th, 1800; d. Kensington, December 28th, 1859). Wrote several papers in Knight’s Quarterly Magazine (1823–24); “Essays” in The Edinburgh Review (1825–44); “Lays of Ancient Rome” (1842); “History of England” (unfinished, 1849–55–61); biographies in “The Encyclopædia Britannica” (1857–58); “Speeches,” and various miscellanies. His Life has been written by Dean Milman (1862), the Rev. Frederick Arnold (1862), Sir G. O. Trevelyan (1876), and J. C. Morison in the English Men of Letters series. Sir G. O. Trevelyan has also published “Selections” from his writings (1876). See also the “Correspondence of Macvey Napier” (1879).   1
 


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