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 Napier, Lieut-General Sir William Francis PatrickNesbit, Miss Edith, 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Nash, Thomas
 
(b. Lowestoft, Suffolk, 1567; d. circa 1600). “Plaine Percevall, the Peace-Maker of England;” “Martin’s Months Minde” (1589); “Pappe with a Hatchet” (1589?); “The Returne of the Renowned Cavaliero Pasquill of England” (1589); “The Anatomie of Absurditie” (1589); “Pasquil’s Apologie” (1590); “Pierce Pennilesse, his Suplication to the Divel” (1592); “Strange Newes of the Intercepting certaine Letters” (1592); “Apologie of Pierce Pennilesse” (1592); “Christ’s Teares over Jerusalem” (1593); “Dido” (with Christopher Marlowe) (1594); “The Unfortunate Traveller” (1594); “The Terrors of the Night” (1594); “Have with you to Saffron Walden” (1596); “Nashe’s Lenten Stuffe” (1599); “Summer’s Last Will and Testament” (1600); “The Returne of the Knight of the Post from Hell” (1606); and other works.   1
 


 Napier, Lieut-General Sir William Francis PatrickNesbit, Miss Edith, 

 
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