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 Spedding, JamesSpencer, Herbert 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Spence, Joseph
 
(b. 1698; d. 1768). “An Essay on Pope’s Translation of Homer’s Odyssey” (1727); “Polymetis” (1747); “Moralities; or, Essays, Letters, Fables, and Translations” (1753); an “Account of the Life, Character, and Poems of Mr. Blacklock” (1754); “A Parallel, in the manner of Plutarch, between a most celebrated Man of Florence [Signor Magliabecchi], and one scarce ever heard of in England [Robert Hill]” (1758); and “Observations, Anec dotes, and Characters of Books and Men” (1820). See The Quarterly Review, vol. xxiii.; also, the “Life” by Singer (1820).   1
 


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