Fletcher, Phineas

Fletcher, Phineas, poet, brother of preceding; was rector of Hilgay, Norfolk; celebrated for his poem the “Purple Island, or the Isle of Man,” an ingenious allegory descriptive of the human body—i.e. the Purple Island—and its vices and virtues.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Fletcher, John * Fleurant, Monsieur
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Fleetwood, Charles
Fleischer, Heinrich Leberecht
Fleming, Paul
Flemish School
Fleshly School
Fletcher, Andrew
Fletcher, Giles
Fletcher, John
Fletcher, Phineas
Fleurant, Monsieur
Fleury, André Hercule de. Cardinal
Fleury, Claude, Abbé
Flinders, Matthew
Flint, Robert
Floating Islands
Flodden, Battle of
Flood, Henry


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Fletcher, Giles
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