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 Pearson, Charles HenryPemberton, Max 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Peele, George
 
(b. 1552; d. 1598?). “The Arraignment of Paris” (1584); “The Device of the Pageant” (1585); “An Eclogue Gratulatorie” (1589); “A Farewell” (1589); “Polyhymnia” (1590); “Descensus Astrææ” (1591); “The Hunting of Cupid” (1591); “King Edward the First” (1593); “The Honour of the Garter” (1593); “The Battle of Alcazar” (1594); “The Old Wives’ Tale” (1595); “The Love of King David and Fair Bethsabe” (1599); “Historie of Two Valiant Knights” (1599); “Merrie Conceited Jests” (1627); “The Turkish Mahomet and Hyren the Faire Greek.” “Life” by Dyce, prefixed to Works, in 1828.   1
 


 Pearson, Charles HenryPemberton, Max 

 
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