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 Hayward, AbrahamHead, Sir Francis Bond 
E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
Hazlitt, William
(b. Maidstone, April 10th, 1778; d. September 18th, 1830). “An Essay on the Principles of Human Action” (1805); “Free Thoughts on Public Affairs” (1806); “A Reply to Malthus” (1807); “The Eloquence of the British Senate” (1807); “A New Grammar of the English Tongue” (1810); “Memoirs of Thomas Holcroft” (1816); “Characters of Shakespeare’s Plays” (1817); “The Round Table” (1817); “A View of the English Stage” (1818); “Lectures on the English Poets” (1818); “Lectures on the English Comic Writers” (1819); “Political Essays” (1819); “Table Talk” (1821); “Lectures on the Dramatic Literature of the Age of Elizabeth” (1821); “Characteristics in the Manner of Rochefoucauld’s Maxims” (1823); “Liber Amoris; or, the New Pygmalion” (1823); “Notes of a Journey through France and Italy” (1825); “The Spirit of the Age; or, Contemporary Portraits” (1825); “Select Poets of Great Britain” (1825); “The Plain Speaker; or, Opinions on Books, Men, and Things” (1826); “The Life of Napoleon Bonaparte” (1828); “Conversations with James Northcote” (1830); and “A Life of Titian” (1830). See the “Life” by his grandson (1867), and the “Literary Remains,” with the first Lord Lytton’s Introduction, and Stephen’s “Hours in a Library.   1

 Hayward, AbrahamHead, Sir Francis Bond 


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