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 Forbes, James David, D. C. L.Forman, Harry Buxton 
E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
Ford, John
(b. Ilsington, N. Devon, 1586; d. Ilsington, 1640). “The Lover’s Melancholy” (1629); “’Tis Pity She’s a Whore” (1633); “The Broken Heart” (1633); “Love’s Sacrifice” (1633); “Perkin Warbeck” (1634); “The Fancies, Chaste and Noble” (1638); “The Lady’s Trial” (1639); “Beauty in a Trance” (1653); “The Sun’s Darling” (1657); “Witch of Edmonton” (with Dekker and Rowley); “The Royal Combat;” “An Ill Beginning has a Good End;” “The Fairy Knight” (with Dekker); “A Late Murther of the Sonne upon the Mother” (with Webster); and “The Bristowe Merchant” (with Dekker). “Works,” 1869. See Swinburne’s “Essays and Studies,” Minto’s “English Poets,” Ward’s “Dramatic Literature.” Works edited by Gifford and Dyce (1895).   1

 Forbes, James David, D. C. L.Forman, Harry Buxton 


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