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 Reade, Charles, D.C.L.Reeves, Mrs. Henry, 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Reeve, Clara
 
(b. Ipswich, 1738; d. Ipswich, December 3rd, 1803). “Poems” (1769); “The Phœnix” (1772); “The Champion of Virtue; or, the Old English Baron” (1777); “The Progress of Romance” (1785); “The Two Monitors,” “The Exile,” “The School for Widows,” “Plans of Education,” and “The Memoirs of Sir Roger de Clarendon.” See Sir Walter Scott’s “Biographies” and Jeaffreson’s “Novels and Novelists.”   1
 


 Reade, Charles, D.C.L.Reeves, Mrs. Henry, 

 
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