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 Marshall, Professor AlfredMarston, John Westland 
E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
Marston, John
(b. 1575, d. after 1633). “The Scourge of Villanie” (1598); “The Metamorphosis of Pigmalion’s Image” (1598); “Antonio and Mellida” (1602), “Antonio’s Revenge” (1602), “The Malcontent” (1604); “Eastward-Hoe!” (in conjunction with Chapman and Johnson, 1605); “The Dutch Courtezan” (1605); “Parasitaster; or, the Fawn” (1606); “The Wonder of Women” (1606), “What You Will” (1607); “The Insatiate Countess” (1613); and several minor publications. His “Works” were edited by Bowles in 1764, by Halliwell (with “Life”) in 1856, by Gifford and by A. H Bullen in 1887 See also Wood’s “Athenæ Oxonienses,” Warton’s “English Poetry,” Ritson’s “Bibliographia Poetica,” The Retrospective Review, Lamb’s “Works,” Hazlitt’s “Age of Elizabeth,” Leigh Hunt’s “Imagination and Fancy,” the “Dictionary of National Biography,” and Morley’s “English Writers,” vol. x.   1

 Marshall, Professor AlfredMarston, John Westland 

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