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 Godwin, Mary.Goldsmith, Oliver 
E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
Godwin, William
(b. Wisbech, Cambridgeshire, March 3rd, 1756; d. London, April 7th, 1836). “Sketches of History” (1784); “Political Justice” (1793); “Caleb Williams” (1794); “Life of Lord Chatham;” “Cloudesley;” “Damon and Delia;” “Deloraine;” “The Enquirer;” “The Genius of Christianity Unveiled;” “On Population” (1820); “The Herald of Literature;” “The History of the Commonwealth of England;” “Imogen;” “Lives of the Necromancers” (1834); “Mandeville;” “Life of Geoffrey Chaucer” (1803); “St. Leon,” and “Thoughts on Man.” He also published a Memoir of his wife in 1798. See the “Life” by Kegan Paul (1876), and Leslie Stephen’s “Hours in a Library.”   1

 Godwin, Mary.Goldsmith, Oliver 

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