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 Symons, ArthurTaylor, Sir Henry, D.C.L. 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Talfourd, Sir Thomas Noon
 
(b. Doxey, near Stafford, January 26th, 1795, d. Stafford, March 13th, 1854). “Ion” (1835); “The Athenian Captive,” a tragedy (1838); “A proposed New Law of Copyright of the highest Importance to Authors” (1838), “Glencoe, or the State of the MacDonalds,” a tragedy (1839); “Three Speeches delivered in the House of Commons in favour of an extension of Copyright” (1840); “Speech for the Defendant in the Prosecution, the Queen v. Moxon, for the publication of Shelley’s Poetical Works” (1841); “Recollections of a First Visit to the Alps” (1841); “Vacation Rambles and Thoughts” (1844); “Final Memorials of Charles Lamb” (1849–50); “The Castilian” (1853).   1
 


 Symons, ArthurTaylor, Sir Henry, D.C.L. 

 
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