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 Martin, Sir Theodore, LL.D.Martineau, James, D.D., LL.D. 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Martineau, Harriet
 
(b. Norwich, June 12th, 1802, d. Ambleside, June 27th, 1876). “Devotional Exercises for the Use of Young Persons” (1823); “Christmas Day” (1824); “The Friend” (1825); “Principle and Practice” (1826); “The Rioters” (1826); “The Turn-Out” (1827); “Traditions of Palestine” (1830); “Illustrations of Taxation” (1834); “Poor Laws and Paupers” (1834), “Society in America” (1837); “Retrospect of Western Travel” (1838); “Deerbrook” (1839); “The Hour and the Man” (1840); “Life in the Sick Room: Essays by an Invalid” (1843); “Letters on Mesmerism” (1845), “Forest and Game Law Tales” (1845); “The Billow and the Rock” (1846); “Eastern Life, Past and Present” (1847); “History of England during the Thirty Years’ Peace, 1816–46” (1849–50); “Introduction to the History of the Peace from 1800 to 1815” (1851); “The Laws of Man’s Nature and Development” (with Atkinson, 1851); a condensation of the “Philosophie Positive” of Comte (1853), “Household Education” (1854), “Complete Guide to the Lakes” (1854), “The Factory Controversy” (1855), “A History of the American Compromise” (1856); “British Rule in India” (1857), “Corporate Tradition and National Rights” (1857), “Local Dues on Shipping” (1857), “England and her Soldiers” (1859); “Endowed Schools in Ireland” (1859); “Health, Husbandry, and Handicraft” (1861), “Biographical Sketches” (1872), etc. See her “Autobiography” (1877); and “Life” by Mrs. Fenwick Miller   1
 


 Martin, Sir Theodore, LL.D.Martineau, James, D.D., LL.D. 

 
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