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 Dasent, Sir George WebbeDavids, Thomas William Rhys, Ph.D., LL.D. 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Davenant, Sir William
 
(b. Oxford, 1605; d. London, April 7th, 1668). “The Tragedy of Albovine, King of the Lombards” (1629); “The Cruel Brother” (1630); “The Just Italian” (1630); “The Temple of Love” (1634); “The Triumphs of the Prince d’Amour” (1635); “The Platonick Lovers” (1636); “The Witts” (1636), “Britannia Triumphans” (1637), “Madagascar, and other Poems” (1638), “Salmacida Spolia” (1639), “The Unfortunate Lovers” (1643); “London, King Charles, his Augusta, or City Royal” (1648); “Love and Honour” (1649); “Gondibert, an Heroic Poem” (1651), “The Cruelty of the Spaniards in Peru” (1658); “A Panegyric to his Excellency the Lord General Monck” (1659), “The History of Sir Francis Drake” (1659) “A Poem on his Sacred Majesties Most Happy Return to His Dominions” (1660); “The Siege of Rhodes” (1663); “The Rivals” (1668); and “The Man’s a Master” (1668). His Works were printed collectively in 1672–73. See Wood’s “Athenæ Oxonienses.”   1
 


 Dasent, Sir George WebbeDavids, Thomas William Rhys, Ph.D., LL.D. 

 
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