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 Stead, William ThomasStephen, Sir James 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Steele, Sir Richard
 
(b. Dublin, 1671; d. Llangunnor, September 1st, 1729). “The Christian Hero” (1701); “The Funeral; or, Grief à la Mode” (1702); “The Tender Husband” (1703); “The Lying Lover” (1704); “The Crisis” (1714); “The Conscious Lovers” (1722); edited the Tatler, and wrote for the Guardian and the Spectator. “Life” of Steele in Forster’s “Biographical and Critical Essays,” and “Memoir” by Montgomery (1865). See also Thackeray’s “English Humourists” and Dennis’s “Studies in English Literature.”   1
 


 Stead, William ThomasStephen, Sir James 

 
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