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 Reeves, Mrs. Henry,Reid, Sir T. Wemyss, LL.D. 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Reid, Mayne
 
(b. Ulster, 1818; d. London, October 22nd, 1883). “The Rifle Rangers” (1849); “The Scalp Hunters” (1850); “The Boy Hunters” (1852); “The Young Voyagers” (1853); “The White Chief” (1855); “The Quadroon” (1856); “The War Trail” (1858); “The Wild Huntress” (1861); “The Cliff Climbers” (1864); “The Headless Horseman” (1865); “Afloat in the Forest” (1866), “The Guerilla Chief” (1867); “The Child Wife” (1868); “The Castaways” (1870); “The Finger of Fate” (1872); “The Death Shot” (1873), and “The Flag of Distress” (1876), etc.   1
 


 Reeves, Mrs. Henry,Reid, Sir T. Wemyss, LL.D. 

 
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