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 Froude, Professor James Anthony, LL.D.Fullerton, Lady Georgina 
E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
Fuller, Thomas
(b. 1608; d. August 16th, 1661). “David’s Hainous Sinne, Heartie Repentance, Heavie Punishment,” a poem (1631); “The Historie of the Holy Warre” (1639–40–42–47–51), “The Holy and Profane States” (1642–48–52–58); “Good Thoughts in Bad Times” (1643); “Good Thoughts in Worse Times” (1646); “Mixt Contemplations in Better Times” (1660); “Andronicus; or, the Unfortunate Politician” (1649); “A Pisgah-sight of Palestine” (1650); “Abel Redivivus; or, the Dead yet Speaking” (1651); “The Church History of Britain from the Birth of Christ to 1648” (1656); “The Appeal of Injured Innocence” (1659); “The History of the Worthies of England” (1662), etc., etc. “A Selection from the Writings of Fuller” was made by Arthur Broome (1815); see also Charles Lamb’s “Works” and Basil Montagu’s “Selections.” There are “Lives” of Fuller by A. T. Russell (1844) and J. E. Bailey (1874).   1

 Froude, Professor James Anthony, LL.D.Fullerton, Lady Georgina 


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