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Richard Doddridge
[dod-rij] /ˈdɒd rɪdʒ/ (Show IPA), 1825–1900, English novelist.
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Down the Columbia Lewis R. Freeman
An Essay on Satire, Particularly on the Dunciad Walter Harte
A Manual of the Antiquity of Man J. P. MacLean
Curiosities of Literature, Vol. 1 (of 3) Isaac D’Israeli
A History of American Literature Since 1870 Fred Lewis Pattee
A Book about Doctors John Cordy Jeaffreson
Down the Columbia Lewis R. Freeman
Dartmoor Arthur L. Salmon
The Mystery of 31 New Inn R. Austin Freeman
Down the Columbia Lewis R. Freeman

noun
R(ichard) D(oddridge). 1825–1900, English novelist; author of Lorna Doone (1869)

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