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 Saintsbury, George Edward BatemanSanday, Professor William, D.D., LL.D. 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Sala, George Augustus
 
(b. London, Nov 24th, 1828, d. 1895). “The Seven Sons of Mammon,” “Captain Dangerous,” “Quite Alone,” “The Two Prima Donnas, and other Stories;” “Twice Round the Clock” (1859); “Breakfast in Bed,” “Gaslight and Daylight,” “Under the Sun,” and other essays; besides “America in the Midst of the War,” “Two Kings and a Kaiser,” “A Journey due North,” “Dutch Pictures,” “From Waterloo to the Peninsula,” “Rome and Venice,” “William Hogarth,” “Paris Herself Again” (1879), “America Revisited” (1882); “A Journey due South” (1885), “Right Round, the World” (1887) “Things I have Seen and People I have Known” (1894); “London Up to Date” (1894), “The Life and Adventures of G. A. Sala” (1895), “The Thorough Good Cook” (1895), First editor of Temple Bar, founder of Sala’s Journal, and for many years a contributor to the Daily Telegraph and Illus. London News.   1
 


 Saintsbury, George Edward BatemanSanday, Professor William, D.D., LL.D. 

 
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