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 Whyte, Rev. Alexander, D.D.Wilberforce, Samuel, D.D., 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Whyte-Melville, George John
 
(b. 1821; d. December 5th, 1878). “Digby Grand” (1853); “General Bounce” (1854); “Kate Coventry” (1856); “The Interpreter” (1858); “Holmby House” (1860); “Good for Nothing” (1861); “Tilbury Nogo” (1861); “Market Harborough” (1861); “The Gladiators” (1863); “Brookes of Bridlemere” (1864); “The Queen’s Maries” (1864); “Cerise” (1865); “Bones and I” (1868); “The White Rose” (1868), “M. or N.” (1869); “Contraband” (1870), “Sarchedon” (1871); “Satanella” (1872), “The True Cross” (1873), “Uncle John” (1874); “Sister Louise” (1875), “Katerfelto” (1875); “Rosine” (1876); “Roy’s Wife” (1878); and “Black but Comely” (1879).   1
 


 Whyte, Rev. Alexander, D.D.Wilberforce, Samuel, D.D., 

 
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