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 Robinson, A. Mary F.,Robinson, Henry Crabb 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Robinson, F. W.
 
(b. Spitalfields, December 23rd, 1830). “A Woman’s Ransom” (1863); “Mrs. Stewart’s Intentions” (1864); “No Man’s Friend” (1867); “Anne Judge, Spinster” (1867); “For Her Sake” (1869); “True to Herself” (1870); “A Bridge of Glass” (1872); “Her Face was Her Fortune” (1873); “Little Kate Kirby” (1873); “As Long as She Lives” (1876), “Poor Zeph,” etc. (1880); “Women are Strange,” etc. (1883); “The Hands of Justice” (1883); “The Man She Cared For” (1884); “Poor Humanity” (1884); “Lazarus in London” (1885); “A Fair Maid” (1886); “The Youngest Miss Green” (1888); “The Courting of Mary Smith” (1888); “The Keeper of the Keys” (1890); “A Very Strange Family” (1890); “Her Love and His Life” (1891); “The Wrong that was Done” (1892); “The Fate of Sister Jessica,” etc. (1893).   1
 


 Robinson, A. Mary F.,Robinson, Henry Crabb 

 
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