Author:John Hookham Frere

John Hookham Frere
(1769–1846)
British diplomat and author
John Hookham Frere

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  • Prospectus and Specimen of an intended National Work, by William and Robert Whistlecraft of Stowmarket in Suffolk, Harness and Collar Makers. Intended to comprise the most interesting particulars relating to King Arthur and his Round Table’ (cantos i. and ii.) (1817)
  • Prospectus and Specimen of an intended National Work, by William and Robert Whistlecraft of Stowmarket in Suffolk, Harness and Collar Makers. Intended to comprise the most interesting particulars relating to King Arthur and his Round Table’ (cantos iii. and iv.) (1818)
  • Fables for Five-Years-Old (1830)
  • The Frogs (1839)
  • Theognis Restitutus. The personal history of the poet Theognis, deduced from an analysis of his existing fragments. (1842) (external scan)

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