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 Procter, Adelaide AnneProctor, Richard Anthony 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Procter, Bryan Waller,
 
“Barry Cornwall” (b. Wiltshire or London, November 21st, 1787; d. London, October 4th, 1874). “Dramatic Scenes” (1819); “A Sicilian Story” (1820); “Marcian Colonna” (1820); “Mirandola,” a play (1821); “The Flood of Thessaly” (1822); “Effigies Poeticæ;” “English Songs” (1832); “Essays and Tales in Prose” (1851); besides “Biographies” of Kean and Lamb. Edited Shakespeare and Ben Jonson. See Miss Martineau’s “Biographical Sketches” and his “Autobiography” (1877).   1
 


 Procter, Adelaide AnneProctor, Richard Anthony 

 
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