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 Greg, William RathboneGrote, George 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Greville, Fulke
 
(b. 1556; d. 1628). “The Life of the Renowned Sir Philip Sidney” (published 1652); “A Letter to an Honourable Lady;” “A Letter of Travell;” “Cælica, a Collection of 109 Songs;” “A Treatise on Human Learning, in 15 Stanzas;” “An Inquisition upon Fame and Honour, in 68 Stanzas;” “A Treatise on Wars, in 68 Stanzas;” “Alaham,” a tragedy; “Mustapha,” a tragedy. Some of his poems appeared in “England’s Helicon.” His “Remains” were published in 1670.   1
 


 Greg, William RathboneGrote, George 

 
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