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Falkland

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In Godwin’s novel called Caleb Williams. He commits murder, and keeps a narrative of the transaction in an iron chest. Williams, a lad in his employ, opens the chest, and is caught in the act by Falkland. The lad runs away, but is hunted down. This tale, dramatised by Colman, is entitled The Iron Chest.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Fakâr (Dhul)
Fake
Fakenham Ghost
Fakir (Indian)
Falcon and Falconet
Falcon Gentle (A)
Falcon Peregrine or Pelerin
Fald-stool
Faldistory
Falernian
Falkland
Fal-lals
Fall
Fall Away (To)
Fall Flat (To)
Fall Foul
Fall From (To)
Fall In (To)
Fall Off (To)
Fall Out (To)
Fall Sick (To)

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