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 Heber, Reginald,Hemans, Felicia Dorothea 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Helps, Sir Arthur
 
(b. 1817; d. London, March 7th, 1875). “Thoughts in the Cloister and the Crowd” (1835), “Essays written in the Intervals of Business” (1841); “Friends in Council” (1841, 1859), “King Henry II.,” an historical drama (1843); “Catherine Douglas,” a tragedy (1843); “The Claims of Labour” (1845); “Companions of my Solitude” (1851); “A History of the Spanish Conquest of America” (1855–61): “Oulita, the Serf” (1858), “Realmah” (1869); “Life of Pizarro” (1869), “Casimir Maremma” (1870), “Brevia: Short Essays and Aphorisms” (1870); “Conversations on War and General Culture” (1871); “Thoughts upon Government” (1871); “Life of Cortez” (1871); “Ivan de Biron” (1874); and “Social Pressure” (1874).   1
 


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