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 Lamb, CharlesLandor, Walter Savage 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Landon, Letitia Elizabeth
 
(b. Chelsea, 1802; d. October 15th, 1839). “The Fate of Adelaide” (1820); “The Improvisatrice, and other Poems” (1824); “The Troubadour” (1825); “The Venetian Bracelet” (1829); “The Lost Pleiad” (1829); “Francisca Carrara” (1834); “The Vow of the Peacock” (1835), “Ethel Churchill” (1837); and “Duty and Inclination” (1838). “Life” with literary remains by Laman Blanchard in 1841 Poems edited by W. B. Scott in 1873.   1
 


 Lamb, CharlesLandor, Walter Savage 

 
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