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 Lewes, George HenryLewis, Matthew Gregory, 
E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
Lewis, Sir George Cornewall
(b. London, April 21st, 1806; d. April 13th, 1863). “Remarks on the Use and Abuse of Political Terms” (1832); “Local Disturbances in Ireland and the Irish Church Question” (1836); “Glossary of Herefordshire Provincial Words” (1839), “Essay on the Origin and Formation of the Romance Languages” (1839); “Essay on the Government of Dependencies” (1841); “Essay on the Influence of Authority in Matters of Opinion” (1849); “A Treatise on the Methods of Observation and Reasoning in Politics” (1850); “An Inquiry into the Credibility of Early Roman History;” “Our Foreign Jurisdiction and the Extradition of Criminals;” “Letters” in 1870. He translated Böckh’s “Public Economy of Athens,” Müller’s “History of Greek Literature,” and Müller’s “Dorians.” See Bagehot’s “Biographical Studies.”   1

 Lewes, George HenryLewis, Matthew Gregory, 


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