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 Traill, Henry Duff, D.C.L.Trevelyan, Sir George Otto 
E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
Trench, Richard Chenevix, D.D.,
Archbishop of Dublin (b. Dublin, September 9th, 1807; d. 1886). “Sabbation, Honor Neale, and Other Poems,” “The Story of Justin Martyr,” “Genoveva,” “Elegiac Poems,” and “Poems from Eastern Sources.” Also “Notes on the Parables” (1841); “Notes on the Miracles” (1846); “The Lessons in Proverbs” (1853); “The Sermon on the Mount, as Illustrated from St. Augustine,” “Sacred Latin Poetry,” “St. Augustine as an Interpreter of Scripture,” “Synonyms of the New Testament” (1854); “The Epistles to the Seven Churches of Asia Minor,” “An Essay on the Life and Genius of Calderon,” “Deficiencies in Sixty English Dictionaries,” “A Glossary of English Words used in Different Senses,” “The Authorised Version of the New Testament, with Thoughts on its Revision,” “The Study of Words,” “English Past and Present” (1855); “Gustavus Adolphus” “Social Aspects of the Thirty Years’ War,” “A Household Book of English Poetry,” “Notes on the Greek of the New Testament,” “The Salt of the Earth,” “Shipwrecks of Faith,” “Studies in the Gospels,” “The Subjection of the Creature to Vanity,” “Synonyms of the New Testament,” “Plutarch” (1874); “Mediæval Church History” (1878): “Westminster and Other Sermons” (1888). Letters, etc., edited by Miss M. M. F Trench (1888); Collected Poems (1865).   1

 Traill, Henry Duff, D.C.L.Trevelyan, Sir George Otto 


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