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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Murray, David Christie
 
(b. West Bromwich, April 13th, 1847). “A Life’s Atonement” (1880); “Joseph’s Coat” (1881), “Coals of Fire,” etc. (1882), “Hearts” (1883); “By the Gate of the Sea” (1883), “Val Strange” (1883), “The Way of the World” (1884), “Rainbow Gold” (1885), “Aunt Rachel” (1886), “A Novelist’s Notebook” (1887), “The Traveller Returns” (1887), “Old Blazer’s Hero” (1887), “The Weaker Vessel” (1888), “Wild Dorrie” (1889), “John Vale’s Guardian” (1890), “He Fell Among Thieves” (1891), “Only a Shadow” (1891), “Bob Martin’s Little Girl” (1892), “A Wasted Crime” (1893), “Time’s Revenges” (1893), “The Making of a Novelist” (1893), “A Rising Star” (1894), “In Direst Peril” (1894), “The Investigations of John Pym” (1895), “Mount Despair,” etc (1895), “The Martyred Fool” (1895)   1
 


 Muloeh, Dinah MariaMyers, Ernest James 

 
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