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 Macaulay, Thomas Babington, LordMcCarthy, Justin Huntly 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
McCarthy, Justin, M.P.
 
(b. Cork, November 22nd, 1830). “Paul Massie” (1866); “The Waterdale Neighbours” (1867); “My Enemy’s Daughter” (1869); “Lady Judith” (1871); “A Fair Saxon” (1873); “Linley Rochford” (1874); “Dear Lady Disdain” (1875); “Miss Misanthrope” (1877); “Donna Quixote” (1879); “A History of Our Own Times” (1878–80); “Con Amore” (1880); “The Comet of a Season” (1881); “Maid of Athens” (1883); “The History of the Four Georges” (1884); “Ireland’s Cause in England’s Parliament” (1888); “A Short History of Our Own Times” (1888); “The Grey River,” in collaboration (1889); “Roland Oliver” (1889); “Sir Robert Peel” (1890); “Charing Cross to St. Paul’s” (1890), “The Dictator” (1893); also “The Right Honourable” (1886), and “The Rebel Rose” (1888), written in conjunction with Mrs. Campbell Praed. Has been connected with several journals, especially the Daily News.   1
 


 Macaulay, Thomas Babington, LordMcCarthy, Justin Huntly 

 
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