May 14th 2018, Evening Standard - Cryptic

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A horse, that is, for a little girl
A novel name for '9'
A pettish name to call Elizabeth
A warm tone
Another name for a sail
Being fit is a bit of a blessing
Container of riches, treasure, perhaps
Could such a widow make hay?
Depend merely on me being away
Examines what may be fit for consumption by saints!
Fabulous Greek author
Germanic deity who gave woman new heart
Gets the use of George's?
Has tasteful associations, but can be shaky in use
Hill in a pastoral area
In Genesis, allegedly, it's a sort of 'hemp'
Irregular stripe in computer graphics
Island in the wild part of Dalmatia
Just say the word
Lash it back with a rope's end!
Make the cocoa go round in jug?
Menagerie animal?
Mineral wealth meaning nothing to the Italian?
Moira becomes a New Zealander
Mr Todd of the Flying Squad
Musical monologue in opera, perhaps
Nude in an exotic act or show
One determined to be an essayist?
One said to have been successful
Only a serf, but he had plenty!
Opprobrious thing to do
Possibly withered, not red but pallid
Race of theatre goers
She's grey, and may turn paler
Sly, going round the market astutely
Subsequently, much laughter is heard
The idea that beef is about £1
The right rhyme for 'drunk'
Thin, bony, but not exactly scraggy?
To a saint, the pious conclusion is the flowery part!
Treat the new potatoes with jam?
Wandering in the gallery can mean trouble!
When a New York father, being obliging, will help
Word of warning about crime, initially, from the police