John Fletcher Quote
Source/Notes: The Lovers' Progress
Source/Notes: The Works of Francis Beaumont and John Fletcher: The woman's prize. The island princess. The noble gentleman. The coronation. The coxcomb (1910 edition)
Source/Notes: Love's Cure (1617), Act III, Scene III. As quoted in "Familiar Quotations: A Collection of passages, phrases and proverbs traced to their sources in ancient and modern literature", John Bartlett, 1968 edition, p. 203
Source/Notes: Works: With and introd. and explanatory notes By Henry Weber (1812 edition)
Source/Notes: Variant: "Love's tongue is in the eyes". Source: Piscatory Eclogues (1633)
Source/Notes: The Honest Man's Fortune (1613)
Source/Notes: Sicelides (c. 1614), Act V, Scene III
Source/Notes: The Chances (c. 1613–25; 1647), Act II, scene 2. Song.
Source/Notes: Comedy of Monsieur Thomas (c. 1610–16; published 1639), Act III, scene 1.
Source/Notes: The Custom of the Country (with Philip Massinger; c. 1619–23; published 1647), Act II, scene 2.
Source/Notes: The Island Princess (c. 1620), Act II, scene 2