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The works of Beaumont and Fletcher; the text formed from a new collation of the early editions.

Author: Francis Beaumont; John Fletcher; Alexander Dyce
Publisher: Boston, Phillips, Sampson, and Co.; New York, J.C. Derby, 1854.
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Beaumont, Francis, 1584-1616.
Works of Beaumont and Fletcher.
Boston, Phillips, Sampson, and Co.; New York, J.C. Derby, 1854
Named Person: John Fletcher; Alexander Dyce; Alexander Dyce; John Fletcher
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Francis Beaumont; John Fletcher; Alexander Dyce
OCLC Number: 1336792
Description: 2 volumes illustrations 25 cm
Contents: V.1 -Some account of the lives and writings of Beaumont and Fletcher --
Appendix 1 --
Appendix 2 --
Dedication of the players --
To the reader --
The stationer to the readers --
The booksellers to the reader --
Commendatory poems on Beaumont and Fletcher --
The Woman-Hater --
Thierry and Theodoret --
Philaster, or Love Lies a-Bleeding --
The Maid's Tragedy --
The Faithful Shepherdess --
The Knight of the Burning Pestle --
A King and no King --
Cupid's Revenge --
The Masqe of the Inner-Temple and Gray's Inn --
Induction --
The Triumph of Honour --
The Triumph of Love --
The Triumph of Death --
The Triumph of Time --
The Scornful Lady --
The Coxcomb --
The Captain --
The Honest Man's Fortune --
The Little French Lawyer --
Wit at Several Weapons --
Wit Without Money --
The Faithful Friends --
The Widow --
The Custom of the Country --
Bonduca --
The Knight of Malta --
Valentinian --
The Laws of Candy --
The Queen of Corinth --
The Loyal Subject. V.2 --
The Mad Lover --
The False One --
The Double Marriage --
The Humorous Lieutenant --
Women Pleased --
The Woman's Prize; or, The Tamer Tamed --
The Chances --
Monsieur Thomas --
The Island Princess --
The Pilgrim --
The Wild-Goose-Chase --
The Prophetess --
The Sea-Voyage --
The Spanish Curate --
Beggars' Bush --
Love's Cure; or, The Martial Maid --
The Maid in the Mill --
A Wife for a Month --
Rule a Wife and Have a Wife --
The Fair Maid of the Inn --
The Noble Gentleman --
The Elder Brother --
The Nice Valour; or, The Passionate Madman --
The Bloody Brother; or, Rollo, Duke of Normandy --
The Lovers' Progress --
The Night-Walker; or, The Little Thief --
Love's Pilgrimage --
The Two Noble Kinsmen --
Poems by Beaumont --
Commendatory verses on Salmacis and Hermaphroditus --
To the true patroness of all poetry, Calliope --
The author to the reader --
Salmacis and Hermaphroditus; or, The Hermaphrodite --
The Remedy of Love --
On the Marriage of a Beautious Gentlewoman with an Ancient Man --
The Glance --
A sonnet --
True Beauty --
The Indifferent --
On the Life of Man --
A sonnet --
The Examination of His Mistress's Perfections --
On The Tombs in Westminster --
To my dear friend, Benjamin Jonson, upon his fox --
Upon the Silent Woman --
To my friend, master Ben Jonson, upon his cataline --
Master Francis Beaumont's letter to Ben Jonson --
An elegy on the lady Markham --
Ad comitissam rutlandiae --
An elegy on the death of the virtuous lady, Elizabeth countess of Rutland --
A funeral elegy on the death of the lady Penelope Clifton --
Poems by Fletcher --
To the true master in his art, Ben Jonson --
To his worthy friend, master Ben Jonson --
Addenda and Corrigenda --
Index to the notes.
Responsibility: With notes and a biographical memoir by the Rev. Alexander Dyce.


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