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ISNI: 
0000 0000 8106 6327
Name: 
Haslewood, Joseph
Dates: 
1769-1833
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Related names: 
Bandello, Matteo (1485-1561)
Blenerhasset, Thomas
Boccaccio, Giovanni (1313-1375)
Brathwait, Richard (1588?-1673)
Brathwaite, Richard (1588?-1673)
Higgins, John
Niccols, Richard
Painter, William (1540?-1594)
Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Roxburghe Club
Titles: 
arte of English poesie;, The
Barnabæ itinerarium
Barnabee's journal
book of Saint Albans., The
British bibliographer., The
Catalogue of the curious and valuable library of the late Joseph Haslewood, esq. F. S. A.
dialoges of creatures moralised., The
Dialogus creaturarum.
Fame's memorial: an elegy upon the Earl of Devonshire. Ob. 3d Ap. 1606.
Fames memorial [from old catalog]
Green room gossip: or, Gravity gallinipt: a gallimaufry, consisting of theatrical anecdotes--bon-mots--chit-chat ... With an appendix of grave subjects.
history of the prince Arthur, king of Britaine, The
metrical life of Saint Robert of Knaresborough., The
Mirror for magistrates : in 5 parts
Northern garlands ...
palace of pleasure, beautified, adorned, and well furnished with pleasant histories and excellent novels. Very requisite for delight and profit. Chosen and selected out of divers good and commendable authors., The
palace of pleasure; Elizabethan versions of Italian and French novels from Boccaccio, Bandello, Cinthio, Straparola, Queen Margaret of Navarre, and others;, The
Roxburghe revels, and other relative papers;
Secret history of the green room containing authentic and entertaining memoirs of the actors and actresses in the three theatres royal
Some account of the life and publications of the late Joseph Ritson, esq.
St. Paul, no mover of sedition Or, A brief vindication of that apostle, from the false and disingenous exposition of Mr. Hoadly, in a sermon preach'd beore the Lord Mayor and Court of Alermen of the city of London, upon Rom. XIII. v. 1.
Two interludes: Jack Jugler and Thersytes ...
Wyl Bucke his testament : the legacies palatably prepared for the legatees.
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