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The Works of Francis Beaumont and John Fletcher

By Beaumont, Francis

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Title: The Works of Francis Beaumont and John Fletcher  
Author: Beaumont, Francis
Language: English
Subject: Naval Science, Sociology, Language
Collections: American Libraries Collection
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Publisher: Cambridge, University press


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1584-1616, B. F., & 1579-1625, Joint Autho, F. J. (1905). The Works of Francis Beaumont and John Fletcher. Retrieved from

Book digitized by Google.; Editors: v. 1, Arnold Glover; v. 2, Arnold Glover and A. R. Waller; v. 3- A.R. Waller; In 1906, it was announced that a volume or, possibly, two volumes of notes would follow the text. These, together with a critical text of the scattered poems, must be left to other hands. Pref; I. The maids tragedy. Philaster. A king, and no king. The scornful lady. The custom of the country. II. The elder brother. The Spanish curate. Wit without money. Beggars bush. The humourous lieutenant. The faithful shepherdess. III. The mad lover. The loyal subject. Rule a wife, and have a wife. The laws of Candy. The false one. The little French lawyer. IV. The tragedy of Valentinian. Monsieur Thomas. The chances. The bloody brother. The wild-goose chase. V. A wife for a month. The lovers progress. The pilgrim. The captain. The prophetess. VI. The Queen of Corinth. Bonduca. The knight of the burning pestle. Lovers pilgrimage. The double marriage. VII. The maid in the mill. The knight of Malta. Loves cure, or The martial maid. Women pleas'd. The night-walker, or The little thief. VIII. The womans prize. The island princess. The noble gentleman. The coronation. The coxcomb. IX. The sea-voyage. Wit at several weapons. The fair maid of the inn. Cupid's revenge. The two noble kinsmen. X. Thierry and Theodoret. The woman-hater. Nice valour. The honest man's fortune. The masque of the gentlemen of Grays-Inne and the Inner-Temple. Four plays or moral representations in one

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