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 Philips, AmbrosePinero, Arthur Wing 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Philips, Francis Charles
 
(b. 1849). “As in a Looking-Glass” (1885); “Jack and Three Jills” (1886); “A Lucky Young Woman” (1886); “Social Vicissitudes” (1886); “The Dean and his Daughter” (1887); “Strange Adventures of Lucy Smith” (1887); “Little Mrs. Murray” (1888); “Young Mr. Ainslie’s Courtship” (1889); “A French Marriage” (1890); “Extenuating Circumstances” (1891); “Madame Valérie” (1892); “Constance” (1893); “One Never Knows” (1893); “Mrs. Bouverie” (1894); “A Doctor in Difficulties” (1894); “The Worst Woman in London” (1895); “A Question of Taste” (1895); also works in collaboration.   1
 


 Philips, AmbrosePinero, Arthur Wing 

 
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