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 Pinero, Arthur WingPlanché, James Robinson 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Pinkerton, John
 
(b. Edinburgh, February 17th, 1758; d. Paris, March 10th, 1826). “Scottish Tragic Ballads” (1781); “Essay on Medals” (1782), “Rimes” (1782); “Select Scottish Ballads” (1783); “Letters on Literature” (1785); “Ancient Scottish Poems” (1786); “A Dissertation on the Origin and Progress of the Scythians or Goths” (1787), “Vitæ Antiquæ Sanctorum,” etc. (1789); “An Inquiry into the History of Scotland” (1789); “The Medallic History of England to the Revolution” (1790); “Scottish Poems” (1792); “Observations on the Antiquities, etc., of Western Scotland” (1793); “Ichonographia Scotica” (1797); “The History of Scotland from the Accession of the House of Stuart to that of Mary” (1797); “The Scottish Gallery” (1799), “Walpoliana;” “Modern Geography;” “Recollections of Paris;” “Petralogy;” an edition of Barbour’s “Bruce;” and other works. “Literary Correspondence” (1830).   1
 


 Pinero, Arthur WingPlanché, James Robinson 

 
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