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 Massey, GeraldMasson, David 
E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
Massinger, Philip
(b. Salisbury, 1584, d. London, March, 1638). “The Virgin Martyr” (1622), “The Duke of Milan” (1623); “The Bondman” (1624); “The Roman Actor” (1629); “The Renegado” (1630); “The Picture” (1630); “The Emperor of the East” (1632); “The Fatal Dowry” (1632); “The Maid of Honour” (1632), “A New Way to Pay Old Debts” (1633); “The Great Duke of Florence” (1636), “The Unnatural Combat” (1639); “Alexius, or, the Chaste Lover” (1639); “The Fair Anchoress of Pausilippo” (1640), “The Noble Choice” (1653); “The Wandering Lovers” (1653); “Philenzo and Hippolyta” (1653); “The Spanish Viceroy” (1653), “Minerva’s Sacrifice” (1653), “Believe as You List” (1653); “The Guardian” (1655); “A Very Woman” (1655); “The Bashful Lover” (1655); “The City Madam” (1659); “Antonio and Vallia” (1660); “The Tyrant” (1660); “Fast and Welcome” (1660); “The Old Law,” “The Judge,” “The Honour of Women,” “The Forced Lady,” “The Woman’s Plot,” “The Parliament of Love,” “The Unfortunate Piety,” “The Tragedy of Cleander,” “The Orator,” “The King and the Subject,” and other pieces. The “Works” of Massinger were edited by Gifford and Lieut.-Colonel Cunningham (cheap edition, with the addition of the recovered “Believe as You List” 1874). “Some Account of his Life and Writings” was published by Thomas Davies in 1858.   1

 Massey, GeraldMasson, David 

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