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 Webster, Mrs. Augusta,Wedmore, Frederick 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Webster, John
 
(b. late in the 16th century; d. about 1654). (With Dekker), “The Famous History of Sir Thomas Wyat” (1607); “The White Devil” (1612); “A Monumental Columne Erected to the Loving Memory of Henry, late Prince of Wales” (1613); “The Devil’s Law Case” (1623); “The Duchess of Malfy” (1623); “The Monument of Honour” (1624); “Appius and Virginia” (1654); “The Thracian Wonder” (1661); and (with Rowley) “A Cure for a Cuckold” (1661). “Works,” with Life, by Dyce, in 1830; and by W. Hazlitt, in 1857. See Morley’s “English Writers,” vol. xi.   1
 


 Webster, Mrs. Augusta,Wedmore, Frederick 

 
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