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 Smith, Goldwin, LL.D.Smith, Reginald Bosworth 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Smith, Horace
 
(b. London, December 31st, 1779; d. Tunbridge Wells, July 12th, 1849). “Horatio: or, Memoirs of the Davenport Family” (1807); “Rejected Addresses” (with his brother James, 1812); “Horace in London” (1813); “First Impressions” (1831); “Trevanion: or, Matrimonial Errors” (1813); “The Runaway” (1813); “Gaieties and Gravities” (1825); “Brambletye House” (1826); “Reuben Apsley” (1827); “The Tor Hill” (1827); “Zillah: a Tale of the Holy City” (1828); “The New Forest” (1829); “Walter Colyton: a Tale of 1688” (1830); “Midsummer Medley” (1830); “Festivals, Games, and Amusements of all Nations” (1831); “Tales of the Early Ages” (1832); “Gale Middleton” (1833); “The Involuntary Prophet” (1835); “The Tin Trumpet” (1836); “Jane Lomax: or, a Mother’s Crime” (1837); “Oliver Cromwell” (1840); “The Moneyed Man, and the Lesson of a Life” (1841); “Adam Brown, the Merchant” (1843); “Arthur Arundel” (1844); “Love’s Mesmerism” (1845); and “Poetical Works” (collected, 1840).   1
 


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