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John Fletcher was the son of Richard Fletcher, a prominent clergyman who became bishop of Bristol and of London. Most of Fletcher's early writing was for the companies of child actors that performed at Blackfriarsread more
C ast our caps and cares away:
This is beggars' holiday.
At the crowning of our king,
Thus we ever dance and sing.5
In the world look out and see,
Where so happy a prince as he?
Where the nation live[s] so free,
And so merry as do we?
Be it peace, or be it war,
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