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R, S.
R, Samuel Rowlands
Rowlands, Samuel
S.R
S. R, Samuel Rowlands
Dates: 
ca.1570-ca.1630
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Beldornie Press
Collier, John Payne (1789-1883)
Heywood, James (1810-1897)
Potter, Alfred Claghorn (1867-1940)
Rimbault, E.F. (1816-1876)
Rimbault, Edward Francis (1816-1876)
Scott, Walter (1771-1832)
Utterson, Edward Vernon (1775 or 6-1856)
Titles: 
Aue Caesar, God saue the king
Ave Caesar, God save the king
Betraying of Christ, The : Judas in despaire... : with other poems on the Passion
Bibliographical Index, miscellaneous poems title- pages & to the works of Samuel Rowlands
bride, 1905:, The
Democritus, or Doctor Merry-man his medicines, against melancholy humors
Doctor Merry-Man: or, Nothing but mirth. Being a posie of pleasant poems and witty jests
Famous History of Guy Earleof Warwicke, The
Four Knaves, The : a series of satirical tracts
Good newes and bad newes
Greenes ghost haunting coniecat chers
heaven's glory, seeke it: earts vanitie, flye it: hells horror, fere it
Heavens glory seeke it Earts vanitre, flye it, Hells horror, fere it
Humors looking glasse
Hvmors looking glasse
Knave of Clubbes, The
Knave of harts : haile fellow, well met.
Knave of Harts..., The
knight of the burning pestle
Letting of Humours Blad in the Heard-Vaine..., The
letting of humours blood in the head vaine, &c., The
Martin Mark-All Beadle of Bridewell : his defence and anfwere to the Belman of London...
Melancholie Knight, The
More Knaues yet? : the Knaues of Spades and Diamonds
paire of Spy-Knaves..., A
Sacred Memoire of the Miracles wrougth by our Lord and Saniour Jesus Christ..., A
seventeenth century studies
sir thomas overbury; or the poysoned knights complaint, and the melancholic knight
terrible battle between... Time and Death, A
Tis Merrie when Gossips meete
Uncollected poems (1604?-1617).
whole crew of Kind Gossips all metto be merry, A
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