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 Morison, J. CotterMorley, Right Hon. John, LL.D. 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Morley, Henry
 
(b. London, 1822; d. May 14th, 1894). “Sunrise in Italy, and Other Poems” (1848); “How to make Home Unhealthy” (1850); “A Defence of Ignorance” (1851); the Lives of Palissy the Potter (1852), Jerome Cardan (1854), Cornelius Agrippa (1856), and Clement Marot (1870); “Memoirs of Bartholomew Fair” (1857); “Fairy Tales” (1859, 1860, 1881); “English Writers” (1864–67); begun again in 1887, and continued to the eleventh volume (1895); “Journal of a London Playgoer” (1866); “Tables of English Literature” (1870); “A First Sketch of English Literature” (1873); “English Literature in the Reign of Victoria” (1881); “Early Papers and Some Memories” (1891). Edited “King and Commons” (1868), “The Spectator” (1868). “Cassell’s Library of English Literature,” “Cassell’s National Library,” “The Carisbrooke Library,” “Morley’s Universal Library,” “Lubbock’s Hundred Books,” etc.   1
 


 Morison, J. CotterMorley, Right Hon. John, LL.D. 

 
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