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 Kingsley, CharlesKipling, Rudyard 
E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
Kingsley, Henry
(b. Holne, Devonshire, 1830; d. May 24th, 1876). “Austin Elliot;” “The Boy in Grey;” “Geoffrey Hamlyn” (1859); “The Harveys;” “Hetty, and Other Stories;” “The Hillyars and the Burtons;” “Hornby Mills, and other Stories;” “Leighton Court;” “The Lost Child;” “Made-moiselle Mathilde;” “Number Seventeen;” “Oakshott Castle;” “Old Margaret;” “Ravenshoe” (1861); “Reginald Hetheredge,” “Silcote of Silcotes;” “Stretton,” “Valentin;” “Tales of Old Travel,” “Fireside Studies;” and other works.   1

 Kingsley, CharlesKipling, Rudyard 

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