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 Weyman, Stanley JohnWhetstone, George 
E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
Whateley, Richard,
Archbishop of Dublin (b. London, February 1st, 1787; d. Dublin, October 8th, 1863). “Historic Doubts relative to Napoleon” (1819); “The Use and Abuse of Partyfeeling in Matters of Religion” (1822), “On Some of the Peculiarities of the Christian Religion” (1825); “The Elements of Logic” (1827); “On Some Difficulties in the Writings of St. Paul and on other parts of the New Testament” (1828); “Elements of Rhetoric” (1828); “A View of the Scriptural Revelations Concerning a Future State” (1829); “Introductory Lectures on Political Economy” (1831); “Thoughts on the Sabbath” (1832); “Thoughts on Secondary Punishment” (1832); “Essays on Some of the Dangers to the Christian Faith” (1839); “The History of Religious Worship” (1847); and “A Collection of English Synonyms” (1852); etc. Life and Correspondence by his daughter (1866). See also Fitzpatrick’s “Memoirs of Whateley” (1864).   1

 Weyman, Stanley JohnWhetstone, George 


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