5 edition of Dictionary of biographical quotations found in the catalog.
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Read for OED credited with 2,050 quotations in 1884. Edited by added LibraryThing ID Edited by Fixed duplicate goodreads IDs. Reader for OED credited with 2,700 quotations in 1884. Became a close friend of Murray; gave occasional advice on etymological matters. Clergyman; vicar of Scothorne, Lincs. Of Further Barton, Cirencester; published some religious writings, including a collection of sonnets Thoughts through the Year 1873.
Suffered from a form of schizophrenia, which led to his killing a man while on a visit to England in 1872; was consigned to Broadmoor for life; became one of the most valued contributors of quotations to OED, concentrating on the 16th and 17th centuries and lending Dictionary of biographical quotations rare books of his own; kept in close touch with Murray who became a friend and sometimes visited him and Bradley so as to be able to look out specifically for words currently being worked on; by 1902 obliged by failing health to cut back on his work; in 1910 was permitted to return to America, where he remained in custody until his death.
Reader for OED; sub-edited in H. Wikiquote Wikiquote is an online compendium of quotations from notable people. Follow any of the more than five hundred topics from Abolition to Zeal and you will get a nutshell history of what great and not-so-great Americans had to say about each one.
Clergyman vicar of St Mary Magdalen, Oxford, 1872-6missionary, and antiquary; latterly prebendary and librarian of Chichester Cathedral. During this time, we have made some of our learning resources freely accessible. The first is a question mark?
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Minister of Falkirk Free Church 1888-1928.