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Brown, William
Browne of Tavistock, William
Browne, William
Browne, William (of Tavistock)
Browne, William ((poet))
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1590-approximately 1645
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Browne, Isaac Hawkins
Bullen, Arthur Henry (1857-1920))
Croker, Thomas Crofton (1798-1854)
Gomberville, Marin Le Roy de
Goodwin, Gordon
Hazlitt, William Carew (1834-1913)
Jonson, Ben (1573?-1637)
Stephens, Philip
Thompson, William (1712?-1766?)
Wither, George
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Appendix ad opvscvla
arte of riding the great horse, The
Banking
Britannia's pastorals, (1613)-1616.
Britannia's pastorals: a third book.
Britannia's pastorals (by W. Browne)
Britannia's Pastorals : By William Browne. With Notes and Observations by the Rev. W. Thompson.
Britannia's pastorals : the 2. booke [In verse].
Britannia's pastorals. The first booke
Brovvne his fiftie yeares practice. Or An exact discourse concerning snafflle-riding [sic], for trotting and ambling of all manner of horses whatsoeuer, from one degree to another, till they be perfit both for the trot and amble
Browne his fiftie yeares practice. Or An exact discourse concerning snaffle-riding, for trotting and ambling of all manner of horses whatsoever, from one degree to another, till they be perfit both for the trot and amble
Browne his fiftie yeares practice. Or An exact discourse concerning snafflle-riding, for trotting and ambling of all manner of horses whatsoever, from one degree to another, till they be perfit both for the trot and amble
Brownes 50 yeares practise
Catalogus Horti Botanici Oxoniensis
Circe and Ulysses, the inner temple masque, presented by the Gentlemen there January 13, 1614. Written by William Browne of Tavistock, and now edited, with an essay on William Browne and the English masque, by Gwyn Jones... Engravings by Mark Severin
Elegie on the neuer-inough bewailed death of the vvorthy, vertuous, glory of these, and wonder for ensuing times, Henry, Prince of Wales
Elegie on the never-inough bewailed death of the worthy, vertuous, glory of these, and wonder for ensuing times, Henry, Prince of Wales
essay on William Browne and the English masque, An
Exact discourse concerning snaffle-riding, for trotting and ambling of all manner of horses whatsoever, from one degree to another, till they be perfit both for the trot and amble
Fiftie yeares practice
Fragmentum Isaaci Hawkins Browne
Funerall elegie on the Prince
history of Polexander, The
Ode, in imitation of Horace, ode I. ad Maecenatem
Ode. In imitation of Horace, Ode III. L. III
ode on the death of William Duke of Gloucester, An
Original poems, never before published
Other eclogue by Mr. George Wither
Other eglogues: by Mr. Brooke, Mr. Wither, and Mr. Davies
Poems of William Browne... edited by Gordon Goodwin with an introduction by A. H. Bullen, The
Poems of William Browne of Tavistock.
proposal on our coin, A
Sammlung
Select poems by William Browne. With a life of the author, from Campbell.
shepheards pipe., The
Supercinema : film-philosophy for the digital age
Tvvo elegies
Two elegies
Two small eclogues from The shepherd's pipe, 1914:
vindication of the proceedings against the six members of E- Hall, Oxford, A
vindication of the Royal College of Physicians, A
Werke, engl
Whereas a report prevails in this city, that Mr. Thomas Smith, during the last election, did reflect on the Irish people, by saying, that they came into this conntry [sic] floating upon straws We the subscribers ... do hereby certify ... that he was not the person who did reflect upon the Irish people.
whole works 2 Vol. in 1, The
whole works of William Browne, of Tavistock, and of the Inner Temple, The
works of the British poets. With prefaces, biographical and critical. By Robert Anderson, M. D. Volume fourth, The ; containing Donne, Daniel, Browne, Fletcher (P.), Fletcher (G.), Jonson, Drummond, Crashaw, and Davenant.
works of William Browne. Containing Britannia's pastorals:, The
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