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 Shenstone, WilliamSherlock, Thomas, 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Sheridan, Richard Brinsley
 
(b. Dublin, December 30th, 1751; d. London, July 7th, 1816). “The Rivals” (1778); “St. Patrick’s Day; or, the Scheming Lieutenant” (1775), “The Duenna” (1775); “The School for Scandal” (1777); “A Trip to Scarborough” (1777); “The Critic; or, a Tragedy Rehearsed” (1779); “The Stranger” (1798); and “Pizarro” (1799). His Dramatic “Works,” with a critical essay by Leigh Hunt, in 1846, in Bohn’s Library in 1848, and by Browne (1873). “Life,” by Watkins (1817), Thomas Moore (1825), and Browne (1873). See 8th of Hazlitt’s “Lectures on the Comic Writers,” and “Sheridan and his Times” (1859).   1
 


 Shenstone, WilliamSherlock, Thomas, 

 
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