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 Rigg, Rev. James Harrison, D.D.Ritson, Joseph 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
“Rita,”
 
vere Mrs. Eliza M. J. von Booth (b. in Scotland). “Vivienne” (1877); “Like Dian’s Kiss” (1878); “Countess Daphne” (1880); “A Sinless Secret” (1881); “My Lady Coquette” (1881); “Faustine” (1882); “After Long Grief and Pain” (1883); “Dame Durden” (1883); “My Lord Conceit” (1884); “Two Bad Blue Eyes” (1884); “Corinna” (1885); “Gretchen” (1887); “Darby and Joan” (1888); “Miss Kate” (1889); “Sheba” (1889); “The Laird o’ Cockpen” (1891); “Asenath of the Ford” (1892); “Brought Together” (1892); “The Man in Possession” (1893); “Countess Pharamond” (1893); “The Ending of My Day” (1894); “Peg the Rake” (1894); “A Husband of No Importance” (1894); “A Gender in Satin” (1895), etc.   1
 


 Rigg, Rev. James Harrison, D.D.Ritson, Joseph 

 
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