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 Farjeon, Benjamin LeopoldFarrar, Very Rev. Frederick William, D.D. 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Farquhar, George
 
(b. Londonderry, 1678; d. 1707). “Love and a Bottle” (1698); “The Constant Couple” (1700), “Sir Harry Wildair” (1701); “The Inconstant” (1703); “The Stage Coach” (1704); “The Twin Rivals” (1705); “The Recruiting Officer” (1706), and “The Beaux’ Stratagem” (1707). “Works” in 1714. The comedies were edited, with a critical introduction, by Leigh Hunt. See also Hazlitt’s “Comic Writers” and Ward’s “Dramatic Literature.”   1
 


 Farjeon, Benjamin LeopoldFarrar, Very Rev. Frederick William, D.D. 

 
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