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 Reeve, ClaraReid, Mayne 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Reeves, Mrs. Henry,
 
née Helen Buckingham Mathers (b. Crewkerne, 1852). “Comin’ Through the Rye” (1875); “The Token of the Silver Lily” (1877); “Cherry Ripe” (1878); “My Lady Green Sleeves” (1879); “The Story of a Sin” (1882); “Sam’s Sweetheart” (1883); “Eyre’s Acquittal” (1884), “Jack o’ Hazelgreen” (1884); “Found Out” (1885); “Murder or Manslaughter” (1885); “The Fashion of This World” (1886); “Blind Justice” (1889); “The Mystery of No. 13” (1891); “My Jo, John” (1891); “T’other Dear Charmer” (1892); “A Study of a Woman” (1893); “What the Glass Told” (1893); “A Man of To-day” (1894).   1
 


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