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 Fremantle, The Hon. and Very Rev. Wm. HenryFriswell, James Hain 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Frere, John Hookham
 
(b. 1769; d. 1841). Contributed to the famous Anti-Jacobin, in which he wrote, among other jeux d’esprit, “The Loves of the Triangles,” and, with George Canning, “The Needy Knife-Grinder.” He also published a translation of Aristophanes (1840), and a work called “Theocritus Restitutus.” See “The Works of the Right Hon. J. H. Frere,” with a Memoir by Sir Bartle Frere (1871).   1
 


 Fremantle, The Hon. and Very Rev. Wm. HenryFriswell, James Hain 

 
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