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 Maxwell, James ClerkMay, Sir Thomas Erskine, D.C.L. 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
May, Thomas
 
(b. Mayfield, Sussex, 1594; d. November 30th, 1650). “The Heir” (1622); “Antigone” (1631); “The Reigne of King Henry the Second” (1633); “The Victorious Reigne of King Edward the Third” (1635), “Cleopatra” (1639); “Julia Agrippina, Empresse of Rome” (1639); “Supplementum Lucani” (1640); “The History of the Parliament of England which began November 3rd, 1640” (1647); “A Breviary of the History of the Parliament of England” (1650); “The Old Couple” (1658), translations of Virgil’s “Georgics,” Lucan’s “Pharsalia,” some of Martial’s “Epigrams,” Barclay’s “Argenis,” and some other works. See The New Monthly Magazine, vol. ii.   1
 


 Maxwell, James ClerkMay, Sir Thomas Erskine, D.C.L. 

 
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