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 Flecknoe, RichardFoote, Samuel 
E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
Fletcher, John
(b. Rye, Sussex, December, 1579; d. 1625). “The Elder Brother;” “The Spanish Curate;” “The Humorous Lieutenant;” “The Faithful Shepherdess;” “Boadicea;” “The Loyal Subject;” “Rule a Wife and Have a Wife;” “The Chances;” “The Wild-goose Chase;” “A Wife for a Month;” “The Captain;” “The Prophetess;” “Love’s Cure;” “Women Pleased;” “The Sea Voyage;” “The Fair Maid of the Inn;” “The Two Noble Kinsmen” (supposed to have been revised by William Shakespeare); “The False One;” “The Lover’s Progress” and “The Noble Gentleman” (which are supposed to have been written with Shirley); “Love’s Pilgrimage;” “The Night Walker;” “The Queen of Corinth;” “The Maid in the Mill;” “The Nice Valour;” a number of plays written in conjunction with Beaumont, for which see BEAUMONT AND FLETCHER.   1

 Flecknoe, RichardFoote, Samuel 


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