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 Trollope, Mrs. FrancesTulloch, Principal John, D.D. 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Trollope, Thomas Adolphus
 
(b. April 29th, 1810; d. November 11th, 1892). “A Decade of Italian Women” (1849); “Impressions of a Wanderer in Italy” (1850); “Catherine de Medici” (1859), “Filippo Strozzi” (1860), “Paul the Pope and Paul the Friar” (1860); “La Beata” (1861), “Marietta” (1862), “Giulio Malatesta” (1863); “Beppo the Conscript” (1864); “Lindisfarn Chase” (1864), “History of the Commonwealth of Florence” (1865); “Gemma” (1866); “The Dream Numbers” (1868); “Diamond Cut Diamond” (1875); “The Papal Conclaves” (1876); “A Family Party at the Piazza of St. Peter’s” (1877), a “Life of Pope Pius IX.” (1877); “A Peep behind the Scenes at Rome” (1877), and other works, including “What I Remember” (1887–89). Edited “Italy: from the Alps to Mount Ætna” (1876), etc.   1
 


 Trollope, Mrs. FrancesTulloch, Principal John, D.D. 

 
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