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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Cumberland, Richard
 
(b. Cambridge, February 19th, 1732; d. London, May 7th, 1811). “The West Indian” (1771); “The Wheel of Fortune;” “The Jew;” and “The Fashionable Lover;” three Novels, entitled “Arundel” (1789), “Henry” (1795), and “John de Lancaster;” and some poems: “Calvary; or, the Death of Christ” (1792); “The Exodiad” (1807–8); and “Retrospection” (1811); “Anecdotes of Eminent Spanish Painters” (1782); “The Observer” (1785). Posthumous Dramatic Works, edited by Jansen, in 1813. The “Memoirs of Richard Cumberland, written by Himself,” appeared in 1806.   1
 


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