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 Thomson, William,Tickell, Thomas 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Thornbury, George Walter
 
(b. London, 1828; d. June 11th, 1876). “Lays and Legends of the New World” (1851); “Monarchs of the Main” (1855); “Shakespeare’s England” (1856); “Art and Nature at Home and Abroad” (1856); “Songs of Cavaliers and Roundheads” (1857); “Every Man his own Trumpeter” (1858); a “Life of J. M. W. Turner, R.A.” (1862); “True as Steel” (1863); “Wildfire” (1864); “Haunted London” (1865); “Tales for the Mariner” (1865); “Greatheart” (1866); “The Vicar’s Courtship” (1869); “Old Stories Retold” (1869); “A Tour Round England” (1870); “Criss Cross Journeys” (1873); “Old and New London” (vols. i. and ii.), and “Historical and Legendary Ballads and Songs” (1875).   1
 


 Thomson, William,Tickell, Thomas 

 
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