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 Young, ArthurZangwill, I. 
E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
Young, Edward
(b. Upham, Hampshire, June, 1681; d. Welwyn, April 9th, 1765). “The Last Day” (1713), “Epistle to the Right Honourable Lord Lansdowne” (1713); “The Force of Religion; or, Vanquished Love” (1713); “On the late Queen’s Death, and his Majesty’s Accession to the Throne” (1714); “Paraphrase on the Book of Job” (1719); “Busiris, King of Egypt” (1719); “The Revenge” (1721); “The Universal Passion” (1725–26); “Ocean, an Ode” (1728); “The Brothers” (1728); “An Estimate of Human Life” (1728); “An Apology for Princes; or, the Reverence due to Government” (1729); “Imperium Pelagi, a Naval Lyrick” (1730); “Two Epistles to Mr. Pope concerning the Authors of the Age” (1730); “The Foreign Address” (1734), “The Complaint; or, Night Thoughts on Life, Death, and Immortality” (1742–43); “The Consolation, to which are annexed some Thoughts occasioned by the present Juncture” (1745); “The Centaur not Fabulous” (1755); “An Essay on the Writings and Genius of Pope” (1756); “Conjectures on Original Composition, in a Letter to the Author of Sir Charles Grandison” (1759); and “Resignation, in Two Parts” (1762) “Works” in 1757, and, with a “Life” of the author in 1802; “Poetical Works,” with a “Memoir” by the Rev. J. Mitford, in 1834, and again in 1841; his “Works, Poetical and Prose,” with a “Life” by Doran, in 1851; and his “Poetical Works,” edited, with a “Life,” by Thomas, in 1852.   1

 Young, ArthurZangwill, I. 


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