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 Keats, JohnKelvin, Lord. 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Keble, John
 
(b. Fairford, Gloucestershire, April 25th, 1792; d. Bournemouth, March 29th, 1865). “The Christian Year” (1827); “De Poeticæ Vi Medica” (1844); “Lyra Innocentium” (1846); “Sermons” (1848); “Life of Bishop Wilson” (1863); “Letters of Spiritual Guidance” (1870); “Occasional Papers” (1877), etc. See “Life” by Sir J. T. Coleridge and by Walter Lock, Shairp’s “Studies,” Miss Yonge’s “Musings on the Christian Year,” etc.   1
 


 Keats, JohnKelvin, Lord. 

 
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