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 Moore, George.More, Hannah 
E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
Moore, Thomas
(b. Dublin, May 28th, 1779; d. Sloperton Cottage, near Devizes, February 26th, 1852). “Ode to Nothing;” “Odes of Anacreon” (1800); “Poetical Works of the late Thomas Little” (1801); “Odes and Epistles” (1806); “Intolerance and Corruption” (1808); “The Sceptic” (1809); “M.P.; or, the Blue Stocking” (1811); “Intercepted Letters; or, the Twopenny Postbag” (1811); “National Airs” (1815); “The World at Westminster” (1816); “Sacred Songs” (1816); “Lalla Rookh” (1817); “The Fudge Family in Paris;” “Tom Crib: His Memorial to Congress” (1819); “Rhymes for the Road” (1820); “Fables for the Holy Alliance” (1820); “Loves of the Angels” (1823); “Memoirs of Captain Rock” (1824); “Life of R. B. Sheridan” (1825); “History of Ireland” (1827); “Travels of an Irish Gentleman in Search of a Religion” (1827); “The Epicurean” (1827); “Odes upon Cash, Corn, and Catholics” (1828); “Life of Byron” (1830); “Life of Lord Edward Fitzgerald” (1831); “Alciphron” (1839); and some miscellaneous “Prose and Verse” (1878). See “Moore’s hitherto Uncollected Writings” (1877). For Biography, see Earl Russell’s edition of the “Diary” (1852–56), and the “Life” by R. H. Montgomery (1850). For Criticism, see Hazlitt’s “English Poets” and “Spirit of the Age,” Jeffrey’s “Essays,” W C. Roscoe’s “Essays,” and W. M. Rossetti’s introduction to the Poems   1

 Moore, George.More, Hannah 

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