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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
Wakefield, Gilbert
(b. Nottingham, February 22nd, 1756; d. London, September 9th, 1801). “Poemata Latine partim scripta, partim reddita” (1776); “An Essay on Inspiration” (1781); “A Plain and Short Account of the Nature of Baptism” (1781); “An Enquiry into the Opinions of the Christian Writers of the Three First Centuries concerning the Person of Jesus Christ” (1784); “Remarks on the Internal Evidence of the Christian Religion” (1789); “Silva Critica” (1789–95); “An Enquiry into the Expediency and Propriety of Public or Social Worship” (1792); “Evidences of Christianity” (1793); “An Examination of the ‘Age of Reason,’ by Thomas Paine” (1794); “A Reply to Thomas Paine’s Second Part of the ‘Age of Reason’” (1795); “Observations on Pope” (1796); and “A Reply to some Parts of the Bishop of Llandaff’s Address to the People of Great Britain” (1798). His Memoirs, written by himself, in 1792, new ed. 1804; his “Correspondence with Charles James Fox,” in 1813.   1

 Wace, MaistreWallace, Alfred Russel, D.C.L., F.R.S. 


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