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 Church, Richard William,Cibber, Colley 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Churchill, Charles
 
(b. Westminster, February, 1731; d. Boulogne, November 4th, 1764). “The Rosciad” (1761); “An Apology to the Critical Reviewers” (1761); “Night, an Epistle” (1761); “The Ghost” (1762); “The Prophecy of Famine” (1763); “An Epistle to William Hogarth” (1763); “The Conference” (1763); “The Duellist” (1763); “The Author” (1764); “Gotham” (1764); “The Candidate” (1764); “The Farewell” (1764); “The Times” (1764); “Independence” (1764); “The Journey;” and the “Deidication to Churchill’s Sermons.” Works in 1770. See the edition of 1804, with “An Authentic Account of his Life,” by W. Tooke. See also Campbell’s “English Poets,” Cowper’s “Letters,” Forster’s “Essays,” and the introductory essay, by Hannay, prefixed to the “Aldine Edition” of the poems (1867).   1
 


 Church, Richard William,Cibber, Colley 

 
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