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 Sherlock, Thomas,Shorthouse, Joseph Henry 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Shirley, James
 
(b. London, September 13th, 1596; d. London, October 29th, 1666). “The Wedding” (1629); “The Grateful Servant” (1630); “The Schoole of Complement” (1631); “The Changes” (1632); “A Contention for Honour and Riches” (1633); “The Wittie Faire One” (1633); “The Triumph of Peace” (1633); “The Bird in a Cage” (1633); “The Night Walkers” (corrected from Fletcher, 1633); “The Traytor” (1635); “The Lady of Pleasure” (1637), “The Young Admirall” (1637); “The Example” (1637); “Hide Parke” (1637); “The Gamester” (1637); “The Royal Master” (1638), “The Duke’s Mistris” (1638); “The Maide’s Revenge” (1639); “The Tragedie of Chabot, Admiral of France” (1639), “The Ball” (1639); “The Arcadia” (1640), “The Humorous Courtier” (1640); “The Opportunitie” (1640), “St. Patrick for Ireland” (1640); “Loves Crneltie” (1640), “The Constant Maid” (1640), “The Coronation (?)” (1640), “The Triumph of Beautie” (1646), “The Brothers” (1652); “The Sisters” (1652); “The Doubtful Heir” (1652); “The Imposture” (1652); “The Cardinal” (1652); “The Court Secret” (1653); “Cupid and Death” (1653); “The General” (1653); “Love’s Victory” (1653); “The Politician” (1655); “The Gentlemen of Venice” (1655); “The Contention of Ajax and Achilles” (1659); “Honoria and Mammon” (1659); and “Andromana” (attributed to Shirley, 1660). Also, “Eccho; or the Infortunate Lovers” (1618); “Narcissus; or, the Self Lover” (1646); “Via ad Latinam Linguam Complanata” (1649);” “Grammatica Anglo-Latina” (1651); “The Rudiments of Grammar” (1656); and “An Essay towards an Universal and Rational Grammar” (1726). “Dramatic Works and Poems,” with Notes by Gifford, and “Life” by Dyce, in 1833. See also Morley’s “English Writers,” vol. xi.   1
 


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