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 Thompson, Sir Henry, Bart.Thomson, James 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Thomson, James
 
(b. Ednam, Roxburghshire, Sept. 11th, 1700; d. Richmond, Surrey, Aug. 22nd, 1748). “Winter” (1726); “Summer” (1727); “Britannia” (1727); “Spring” (1728); “Sophonisba” (1729); “Autumn” (1730); “Liberty” (1734 and 1736); “Agamemnon” (1738); “Edward and Leonora” (1739); “Alfred” (with Mallet, 1740); “Tancred and Sigismunda” (1745); “The Castle of Indolence” (1748); and “Coriolanus” (1749). Works and Life by Murdoch, in 1762; with Memoir and Notes by Sir Harris Nicolas, in 1830; with a Life, critical dissertation, and notes, by Gilfillan, in 1853; and by Robert Bell, in 1855. See also the Life by Buchan (1792); the Miscellanies of the Philobiblion Society (1857–58) and an Essay by Barante, in his “Etudes” (Paris, 1857).   1
 


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