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 Minto, Professor WilliamMitford, William 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Mitford, Mary Russell
 
(b. Alresford, Hampshire, December 16th, 1787; d. near Reading, January 10th, 1855). “Christine” (1811); “Poems on the Female Character” (1812); “Watlington Hill” (1812); “Julian” (1823); “Our Village” (1824); “Foscari” (1826); “Rienzi” (1828); “Charles the First,” “American Stories for Young People” (1832); “Lights and Shadows of American Life” (1832); “Belford Regis” (1835); “Country Stories” (1837); “Recollections of a Literary Life” (1851); “Atherton and Other Tales” (1854); and other works. For Biography, see Miss Mitford’s “Life and Letters,” edited by Harness and L’Estrange; “Letters,” edited by Henry F. Chorley; and the “Life and Letters of Charles Boner.”   1
 


 Minto, Professor WilliamMitford, William 

 
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