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 Skeat, Rev. Professor Walter Wm., Litt.D.Skelton, John, LL.D., C.B. 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Skelton, John
 
(b. Norfolk, about 1460; d. Westminster, June 21st, 1529). “On the Death of King Edward IV.” (1484); “An Elegy on the Death of the Earl of Northumberland” (1489), “The Niguamansir” (1504); “A Goodly Garland or Chapelet of Laurell” (1523); “Merie Tales” (1675); “Magnifycence,” “The Bouge of Courte;” “Collyn Clout;” “Phyllyp Sparrowe,” “Why come ye not to Courte?” “Speake Parot;” “Ware the Hawke,” “The Tunning of Elynour Rummying;” “The Maner of the World Nowadays;” “Mannerly Mistress Margery;” “Speculum Principis;” “Agaynste a comely Coystrowne.” “Works,” edited by Dyce (1843).   1
 


 Skeat, Rev. Professor Walter Wm., Litt.D.Skelton, John, LL.D., C.B. 

 
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