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 Tulloch, Principal John, D.D.Turner, Charles Tennyson 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Tupper, Martin Farquhar, D.C.L.
 
(b. London, July 17th, 1810; d. November 29th, 1889). “Geraldine and other Poems” (1838), “Proverbial Philosophy” (1838, 1842, 1867); “The Modern Pyramid” (1839); “An Author’s Mind” (1841), “The Twins” (1841); “The Crock of Gold” (1844), “Hactenus, a Budget of Lyrics” (1848); “Surrey: a Rapid Review of its Principal Persons and Places” (1849); “King Alfred’s Poems in English Metre” (1850); “Hymns of all Nations, in Thirty Languages” (1851); “Ballads for the Times, and other Poems” (1852); “Heart,” a tale (1853); “Probabilities: an Aid to Faith” (1854); “Lyrics” (1855); “Stephen Langton; or, the Days of King John” (1858); “Rides and Reveries of Mr. Æsop Smith” (1858), “Three Hundred Sonnets” (1860), “Cithara Lyrics” (1863); “Twenty - one Protestant Ballads” (1868), “A Creed and Hymns” (1870); “Fifty Protestant Ballads” (1874); and “Washington” (1877); “My Life as an Author” (1886).   1
 


 Tulloch, Principal John, D.D.Turner, Charles Tennyson 

 
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