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  • Mrs Markham (Elizabeth Penrose) – A History of England from the First Invasion by the Romans to the End of the Reign of George III








  1. ^ Hasty, Olga Peters (1999). Pushkin's Tatiana. University of Wisconsin Press. p. 14.
  2. ^ McVeigh, Daniel (2005). "ESTESE and Doblado: Coleridge, Blanco White, and the Church of Rome". In Marshall, Donald G. (ed.). The Force of Tradition. Rowman & Littlefield. p. 165.
  3. ^ William Shakespeare (April 2001). Hamlet. Classic Books Company. p. 13. ISBN 978-0-7426-5285-9.
  4. ^ Bloom, Harold (2008). Bloom's Shakespeare Through the Ages: King Lear. Infobase Publishing. p. 53.
  5. ^ Chapelle, Niamh (2001). "The Translator's Tale" (PDF). p. 72. Retrieved 2013-11-22.
  6. ^ James Fenimore Cooper (1852). The Pioneers: Or, the Sources of the Susquehanna. Stringer and Townsend. p. 8.
  7. ^ Tenney, Charles R.; Lewis, Leo Rich (1898). Church Harmonies New and Old: A Book of Spiritual Song for Christian Worshippers (Public domain ed.). Universalist Publishing House. pp. 393–.
  8. ^ Hill, Thomas Edie (1891). Hill's Album of Biography and Art: Containing Portraits and Pen-sketches of Many Persons who Have Been and are Prominent as Religionists, Military Heroes, Inventors, Financiers, Scientists, Explorers, Writers, Physicians, Actors, Lawyers, Musicians, Artists, Poets, Sovereigns, Humorists, Orators and Statesmen, Together with Chapters Relating to History, Science, and Important Work in which Prominent People Have Been Engaged at Various Periods of Time (Public domain ed.). Danks. pp. 270–.
  9. ^ Stone, Herbert Stuart (1893). First Editions of American Authors: A Manual for Book-lovers (Public domain ed.). Stone & Kimball. pp. 76–.
  10. ^ The Annual Register 1823.