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R. H ([a])
R. H (pseudonym)
ca 1525-ca 1580
Manuscript notated music
Boswell-Stone, W. G. (1845-1904)
Boswell-Stone, Walter George (1845-1904)
Harrison, William (1534-1593)
Hooker, John (1526?-1601)
Macaulay, George Campbell (1852-1915))
Shakespeare, William (1564-1616)
Stanyhurst, Richard (1547-1618)
Stow, John (1525?-1605)
Thynne, Francis (1545?-1608)
Welles, Orson (1915-1985)
castrations of the last edition of Holinshed's chronicle, both in the Scotch and English parts, containing forty four sheets; printed with the old types and ligatures, and compared literatim by the original., The
Chimes at midnight
Chronicle and romance : with introductions and notes
Chronicle as used in Shakespeare's plays
Chronicle of Scotland
Chronicles of England, Scotland and Ireland..., Holinshed's
Chronicles of England, Scotlande, and Irelande
Chronicles : Richard 2 1398-1400 and Henry 5 ; ed. R.S. Wallace and Alma Hansen
Chronicles : Richard II 1398-1400, Henry IV and Henry V
Crónica : descripción de la Inglaterra isabelina
Descripción de la Inglaterra isabelina
Description of Scotland, The
Description of Scotlande... translated... into English... by W. H. (Harrison.), The
Facsimile from Holinshed's Chronicles (1587)
first and second volumes of Chronicles, comprising, The : 1. the description and historie of England, 2. the description and historie of Ireland, 3. the description and historie of Scotland, first collected and published by Raphaell Holinshed, William Harrison and others, now newlie augmented and continued... to the yeare 1586, by John Hooker, alias Vowell,... and others, with... tables... - The third volume of Chronicles, beginning at duke William the Norman... and descending... to all the kings and queenes of England in their ordelie successions... wherein also are conteined manie matters of singular discourse and rare observation... with a third table,...
first and second volumes of Chronicles, The : comprising 1. The description and historie of England, 2. The description and historie of Ireland, 3. The description and historie of Scotland
firste volume of the Chronicles of England, Scotlande and Irelande, conteyning the description and chronicles of England, from the first inhabiting unto the conquest, The ; the description and chronicles of Scotland from the first originall of the Scottes nation, till the yeare of Our Lorde 1571 ; the description and chronicles of Yrelande, like while from the firste originall of that nation, untill the yeare 1547, faithfully gathered and set forth, by Raphaell Holinshed. - The laste volume of the chronicles of England, Scotlande and Irelande, with their descriptions, conteyning the chronicles of Englande from William Conquerour untill this present time...
Harrison's description of England in Shakspere's youth, being the second and third books of his description of Britaine and England
Historicall description of the iland of Britaine, An
Historicall description of the islande of Britayne, An
Holinshed's chronicle as used in Shakespeare's plays. [Edited with an introduction by... Allardyce Nicoll and Josephine Nicoll.]
Holinshed's Chronicles--England, Scotland, and Ireland ; with a new introd. by Vernon F. Snow.
Holinshed's Chronicles of England, Scotland, and Ireland ...
Holinshed's Chronicles; Richard II, 1398-1400, Henry IV and Henry V.
Holinshed's Irish Chronicle : the historie of Irelande from the first inhabitation thereof, unto the yeare 1509
peaceable and prosperous regiment of blessed Queene Elisabeth, The : a facsimile from Holinshed's Chronicles (1587)
Roi Lear. D'après Shakespeare et Holinshed. Opéra en 3 actes et 5 tableaux de Jules et Eugène Adenis. Musique de Henry Litolff", "Le
Scottish chronicle, or a Complete history and description of Scotland, being an accurate narration of the beginning, increase, proceedings, wars, acts, and government of the Scottish nation, from the original thereof unto the year 1585, together with a particular... account of all its shires, islands, seas, rivers, lakes, bays... chief cities, towns, universities, bishopricks, dukedoms, earldoms, viscounties, abbies, churches... an useful and entertaining relation of the religion, customs, manners, virtues and vices of the Scots and Picts,... by the reverend and learned Mr. Raphael Hollinshead ["sic"], The
Shakespeare's Holinshed: an edition of Holinshed's Chronicles, 1587; sources of Shakespeare's history plays, King Lear, Cymbeline, and Macbeth.
Shakespeare's Holinshed; the chronicle and the historical plays compared
Shakspere's Holinshed; the Chronicle and the historical plays compared
third volume of the Chronicles, The : beginning at Duke William the Norman, commonlie called the Conqueror, and descending by degrees of yeeres to all the kinds and queenes of England in their orderlie successions