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 Fitzgerald, EdwardFletcher, John 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Flecknoe, Richard
 
(d. 1678). “Hierothalamium; or, the Heavenly Nuptials of our Blessed Saviour with a Pious Soule” (1626); “The Affections of a Pious Soule unto our Saviour Christ” (1640); “Miscellania; or, Poems of all Sorts” (1653); “A Relation of Ten Years’ Travells in Europe, Asia, Affrique, and America” (1654); “Love’s Dominion” (1654); “The Diarium or Journal, divided into twelve journadas in burlesque Rhime or Drolling Verse” (1656); “Enigmaticall Characters, all taken from the Life” (1658); “The Marriage of Oceanus and Britannia” (1659); “Heroic Portraits” (1660), “Love’s Kingdom, a Pastoral Trage-Comedy, with a Short Treatise on the English Stage” (1664); “Erminia: a Trage-Comedy” (1665); “The Damoiselles à la Mode, a Comedy” (1667); “Sir William Davenant’s Voyage to the other World” (1668), etc.   1
 


 Fitzgerald, EdwardFletcher, John 

 
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