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 Hoey, Mrs. Frances SarahHole, The Very Rev. Samuel Reynolds, D.D. 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Hogg, James
 
(b. Forest of Ettrick, Selkirkshire, January 25th, 1772; d. Altrive, November 21st, 1835). “The Mistakes of a Night” (1794); “Verses” (1801); “The Mountain Bard” (1807); “The Queen’s Wake” (1813); “Madoc of the Moor,” “The Pilgrims of the Sun,” “The Poetic Mirror,” “Queen Hynde,” and other poems; together with the following prose works:—“The Brownie of Bodsbeck,” “Winter Evening Tales,” “The Three Perils of Man,” “The Three Perils of Women,” “The Altrive Tales,” “The Confessions of a Justified Sinner,” “Lay Sermons,” and “A Life of Sir Walter Scott.”   1
 


 Hoey, Mrs. Frances SarahHole, The Very Rev. Samuel Reynolds, D.D. 

 
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