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 Müller, Friedrich MaxMurray, David Christie 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Muloeh, Dinah Maria
 
(Mrs. Craik) (b. Stoke-upon-Trent, 1826; d. 1888). “The Ogilvies” (1849); “Olive” (1850); “The Head of the Family” (1851); “Agatha’s Husband” (1852); “John Halifax, Gentleman” (1857); “A Life for a Life” (1859); “Mistress and Maid” (1863); “Christian’s Mistake” (1865), “A Noble Life” (1866); “Studies from Life” (1869); “The Woman’s Kingdom” (1870); “Hannah” (1871). Poems in 1872; “Sermons out of Church” (1875); “The Laurel Bush” (1877); “A Legacy” (1878), “An Unsentimental Journey in Cornwall” (1886), etc. See North British Review (1858)   1
 


 Müller, Friedrich MaxMurray, David Christie 

 
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