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 Rogers, HenryRomanes, George John, LL.D. 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Rogers, Samuel
 
(b. Newington Green, near London, July 30th, 1763; d. London, December 18th, 1855). “The Scribbler,” in The Gentleman’s Magazine; “Ode to Superstition, and Other Poems” (1786); “The Pleasures of Memory” (1792); “An Epistle to a Friend” (1798); “Columbus” (1812); “Jacqueline” (1814); “Human Life” (1819); and “Italy” (1822). “Recollections of the Table Talk of Samuel Rogers, Esq., with a Memoir of His Life,” in 1856, and further “Recollections,” edited by William Sharpe, in 1859. See Hayward’s “Biographical and Critical Essays,” first series; Roscoe’s “Essays;” Jeffrey’s “Essays;” Hazlitt’s “English Poets;” Lockhart’s Life of Scott,” chaps. lxii., lxxvi.; Martineau’s “Biographical Sketches;” and P. W. Clayden’s “Early Life of Samuel Rogers” (1887), and “Rogers and His Contemporaries” (1889).   1
 


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