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 Rowley, William (of uncertain date).Russell, William Clark 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Ruskin, John, LL.D.
 
(b. London, February, 1819). “Salsette and Elephanta, a Poem” (1839); “Modern Painters” (1843–1860); “The Seven Lamps of Architecture” (1849); “Præ-Raphaelism” (1850); “The Stones of Venice” (1851–53); “Notes on the Construction of Sheepfolds” (1851); “The King of Golden River” (1851); “Notes on the Academy” (1853–60); “The Two Paths” (1854); “Lectures on Architecture and Painting” (1854); “The Opening of the Crystal Palace” (1854); “On the Nature of Gothic Architecture” (1854); “Giotto and His Works” (1855); “The Harbours of England” (1856); “Notes on the Turner Collection” (1857), “The Political Economy of Art” (1858); “The Cambridge School of Art” (1858); “Elements of Perspective” (1859); “Decoration and Manufacture” (1859); “Unto this Last” (1862); “Ethics of the Dust” (1865); “Sesame and Lilies” (1865); “The Study of Architecture in Our Schools” (1865); “The Crown of Wild Olive” (1866); “Time and Tide by Wear and Tyne” (1868); “The Queen of the Air: the Greek Myths of Cloud and Storm” (1869); “Lectures on Art” (1870); “Aratra Pentelici;” “The Elements of Sculpture” (1872); “The Eagle’s Nest” (1872); “Michael Angelo and Tintoret” (1872); “Ariadne Florentina” (1872); “Love’s Meinie” (1873); “Val d’Arno” (1874); “Proserpina” (1875–76); “Frondes Agrestes: Readings in Modern Painters” (1875); “Deucalion” (1876); “Mornings in Florence” (1877); “The Laws of Fesole” (1877); edition of Xenophon’s “Economics,” and “Notes on the Turner Collection” (1878), “Annotated Catalogue of the Works of Hunt and Prout” (1879); “The Lord’s Prayer and the Church” (1880), “Fors Clavigera;” “Elements of English Prosody” (1880); “Arrows of the Chace” (1880); “Fiction Fair and Foul” (1880); “Lectures on the Art of England” (1883); “The Pleasures of England” (1884); “Sir Herbert Edwards” (1885); “Præterita” (1885–87); “Hortus Inclusus” (1887); “Poems” (1891), “The Poetry of Architecture” (1892); “Verona, and Other Lectures” (1894). The following volumes of his letters have appeared:—“Stray Letters from Professor Ruskin to a Bibliophile” (1892); “Letters … to Various Correspondents” (1892); “Letters … to William Ward” (1893); “Three Letters and an Essay on Literature” (1893); “Letters Addressed to a College Friend” (1894); “Letters to Ernest Chesneau” (1894). “Bibliography of Ruskin,” by Shepherd (1878); “Selections from the Writings of Ruskin” (1871). See W. G. Collingwood’s “Art Teaching of John Ruskin” (1891); and “Life” (1893), etc.   1
 


 Rowley, William (of uncertain date).Russell, William Clark 

 
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