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Thomas Park

Thomas Park

He was the son of parents who lived at East Acton. Middlesex. When ten years old he was sent to a grammar school at Heighington. County Durham, and remained there for more than five years.

He was brought up as an engraver, and produced mezzotint portraits, including John Thomas. bishop of Rochester, and Miss Penelope Boothby, after Sir Joshua Reynolds ; Mrs. Jordan as the Comic Muse, after John Hoppner ; and a Magdalen after Ubaldo Gandolfi. In 1797 he abandoned this career, and devoted himself to literature and the study of antiquities. In London he lived in turn in Piccadilly ; Marylebone High Street. where Richard Heber used to drink tea two or three times a week; Durweston Street, Portman Square ; and Hampstead. where he was involved with local charities.

On 11 March 1802 he was admitted as a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries ; but he resigned in 1815 for financial reasons. He sold his books to Thomas Hill (1760–1840), with the condition that he could still consult them. Later they went to Longmans, and, after being catalogued by A. F. Griffiths in Bibliotheca Anglo-Poetica were dispersed by sale. He edited many works, and assisted leading antiquaries in their researches.

Park died at Church Row, Hampstead, where he had resided for thirty years, on 26 November 1834, aged 75.

  • ‘Sonnets and other small Poems,’ 1797. In 1792 he had made the acquaintance of William Cowper. who encouraged him to publish, and his compositions were corrected by Anna Seward ; but Robert Southey laughed at his pretensions. Many of the sonnets in this volume were written on scenes in Kent, Sussex, and Hertfordshire.
  • 'Cupid turned Volunteer. A series of prints designed by the Princess Elizabeth and engraved by W. N. Gardiner. With poetical illustrations by Thomas Park,' 1804. Engravings of William Nelson Gardiner .
  • 'Epitaphial Lines on Interment of Princess Charlotte,' Lee Priory Press, 20 November 1817. Sir Egerton Brydges printed at this press in 1815 some verses to Park.
  • 'Nugæ Modernæ Morning Thoughts and Midnight Musings,' 1818.
  • 'Advantages of Early Rising,' 1824.
  • 'Solacing Verses for Serious Times,' 1832.

He also wrote some cards of 'Christian Remembrance: a Plain Clue to the Gospel of Peace.’ Park's name is included in John Julian 's Hymnology for his hymn "My soul, praise the Lord; speak good of His name".

Several poetical articles were supplied by him for John Nichols 's 'Progresses of Queen Elizabeth;' some of his notes and illustrations were added to W. C. Hazlitt 's edition of Diana, Sonnets and other Poems. by Henry Constable. 1859; and he was a contributor to the Gentleman's Magazine and the Monthly Mirror . Letters to and from him are printed in several places. [2] Cowper's letters to him, originally printed in the 'Monthly Mirror,' were in Southey's edition of the Life and Correspondence of Cowper .

Southey praised Park to Longmans as the best editor for the Bibliotheca Britannica which they projected. Among the works which he edited were:

  • Books for the "mental culture and moral guidance of youth", printed by a bookseller called Sael, who died in 1799.
  • Nugæ Antiquæ. a collection of papers by Sir John Harington. selected by Henry Harington, 1804, 2 vols.
  • John Sharpe's Works of the British Poets. 1805–8, forty-two volumes, with a supplement in six more volumes.
  • John Dryden 's Fables from Boccaccio and Chaucer. 1806, 2 vols.
  • Horace Walpole 's Royal and Noble Authors, Enlarged and Continued. 1806, 5 vols.
  • Harleian Miscellany. 1808–1813, in ten volumes, two of which were supplements from Park's collections.
  • Reliques of Ancient English Poetry. by Bishop Thomas Percy. 5th edit. 1812. 3 vols.
  • Thomas Cooke 's Translation of Hesiod for the "Greek and Roman Poets", 1813.
  • Joseph Ritson 's Select Collections of English Songs, with their Original Airs. 2nd edit. with additional songs and occasional notes, 1813, 3 vols.
  • Heliconia: a Selection of English Poetry between 1575 and 1604. 1815, 3 vols. John Payne Collier. when announcing a new issue of England's Parnassus. commented severely on the edition in Heliconia .

Park is sometimes said to have been associated with Edward Dubois in editing, in 1817, the works in two volumes of Sir John Mennes and Dr. James Smith. and there was reprinted at the Lee Priory Press in 1818 under his editorship a volume called The Trumpet of Fame, written by H. R. 1595.

Park's assistance was acknowledged by Sir Egerton Brydges in the Restituta (vol. iv. p. xi), and in prefaces to the volumes of the Censura Literaria. He helped George Ellis in his various collections of poetry and romance; he aided Joseph Ritson in the Bibliographia Poetica and the unpublished Bibliographia Scotica. though their friendly relationship was broken off before Ritson's death; and George Steevens. when engaged in editing Shakespeare, called on him for advice and information. At one time he planned to edit Thomas Warton 's History of English Poetry ; his notes were added to the 1824 edition of that work, and were incorporated under their proper headings in the 1840 edition.

Robert Bloomfield. the ploughboy poet, was introduced to him, and he superintended the publication, and corrected the various editions, of Bloomfield's Poems. He also helped the posthumous reputation of Kirke White.

His only son John James Park died young in June 1833. He left four daughters, the survivors of a large family. His wife Maria Hester Park who long suffered from ill-health, died at Hampstead on 7 June 1813, aged 52. (She must be distinguished from Maria Hester Parke, married name Mrs. Beardmore, a singer and musical composer, daughter of John Parke.)

  1. ^ American Antiquarian Society Members Directory
  2. ^ Nichols's 'Illustrations of Literature,' viii. 376–8; Miss Seward's 'Letters,' vols. iv.–vi.; Pinkerton's 'Correspondence,' i. 349–50; and Notes and Queries . 1st ser. xi. 217, 2nd ser xii. 221–2; and many more addressed to Sir Egerton Brydges, Thomas Hill, and John Litchfield of the Monthly Mirror. are in the British Museum Additional MSS. 18916 and 20083.

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WIKIPEDIA ARTICLE Contents Life [ edit ]

He was the son of parents who lived at East Acton. Middlesex. When ten years old he was sent to a grammar school at Heighington. County Durham, and remained there for more than five years.

He was brought up as an engraver, and produced mezzotint portraits, including John Thomas. bishop of Rochester, and Miss Penelope Boothby, after Sir Joshua Reynolds ; Mrs. Jordan as the Comic Muse, after John Hoppner ; and a Magdalen after Ubaldo Gandolfi. In 1797 he abandoned this career, and devoted himself to literature and the study of antiquities. In London he lived in turn in Piccadilly ; Marylebone High Street. where Richard Heber used to drink tea two or three times a week; Durweston Street, Portman Square ; and Hampstead. where he was involved with local charities.

On 11 March 1802 he was admitted as a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries ; but he resigned in 1815 for financial reasons. He sold his books to Thomas Hill (1760–1840), with the condition that he could still consult them. Later they went to Longmans, and, after being catalogued by A. F. Griffiths in Bibliotheca Anglo-Poetica were dispersed by sale. He edited many works, and assisted leading antiquaries in their researches.

Park died at Church Row, Hampstead, where he had resided for thirty years, on 26 November 1834, aged 75.

Works [ edit ]
  • ‘Sonnets and other small Poems,’ 1797. In 1792 he had made the acquaintance of William Cowper. who encouraged him to publish, and his compositions were corrected by Anna Seward ; but Robert Southey laughed at his pretensions. Many of the sonnets in this volume were written on scenes in Kent, Sussex, and Hertfordshire.
  • 'Cupid turned Volunteer. A series of prints designed by the Princess Elizabeth and engraved by W. N. Gardiner. With poetical illustrations by Thomas Park,' 1804. Engravings of William Nelson Gardiner .
  • 'Epitaphial Lines on Interment of Princess Charlotte,' Lee Priory Press, 20 November 1817. Sir Egerton Brydges printed at this press in 1815 some verses to Park.
  • 'Nugæ Modernæ Morning Thoughts and Midnight Musings,' 1818.
  • 'Advantages of Early Rising,' 1824.
  • 'Solacing Verses for Serious Times,' 1832.

He also wrote some cards of 'Christian Remembrance: a Plain Clue to the Gospel of Peace.’ Park's name is included in John Julian 's Hymnology for his hymn "My soul, praise the Lord; speak good of His name".

Several poetical articles were supplied by him for John Nichols 's 'Progresses of Queen Elizabeth;' some of his notes and illustrations were added to W. C. Hazlitt 's edition of Diana, Sonnets and other Poems. by Henry Constable. 1859; and he was a contributor to the Gentleman's Magazine and the Monthly Mirror . Letters to and from him are printed in several places. [2] Cowper's letters to him, originally printed in the 'Monthly Mirror,' were in Southey's edition of the Life and Correspondence of Cowper .

Editor [ edit ]

Southey praised Park to Longmans as the best editor for the Bibliotheca Britannica which they projected. Among the works which he edited were:

  • Books for the "mental culture and moral guidance of youth", printed by a bookseller called Sael, who died in 1799.
  • Nugæ Antiquæ. a collection of papers by Sir John Harington. selected by Henry Harington. 1804, 2 vols.
  • John Sharpe's Works of the British Poets. 1805–8, forty-two volumes, with a supplement in six more volumes.
  • John Dryden 's Fables from Boccaccio and Chaucer. 1806, 2 vols.
  • Horace Walpole 's Royal and Noble Authors, Enlarged and Continued. 1806, 5 vols.
  • Harleian Miscellany. 1808–1813, in ten volumes, two of which were supplements from Park's collections.
  • Reliques of Ancient English Poetry. by Bishop Thomas Percy. 5th edit. 1812. 3 vols.
  • Thomas Cooke 's Translation of Hesiod for the "Greek and Roman Poets", 1813.
  • Joseph Ritson 's Select Collections of English Songs, with their Original Airs. 2nd edit. with additional songs and occasional notes, 1813, 3 vols.
  • Heliconia: a Selection of English Poetry between 1575 and 1604. 1815, 3 vols. John Payne Collier. when announcing a new issue of England's Parnassus . commented severely on the edition in Heliconia .

Park is sometimes said to have been associated with Edward Dubois in editing, in 1817, the works in two volumes of Sir John Mennes and Dr. James Smith. and there was reprinted at the Lee Priory Press in 1818 under his editorship a volume called The Trumpet of Fame, written by H. R. 1595.

Park's assistance was acknowledged by Sir Egerton Brydges in the Restituta (vol. iv. p. xi), and in prefaces to the volumes of the Censura Literaria. He helped George Ellis in his various collections of poetry and romance; he aided Joseph Ritson in the Bibliographia Poetica and the unpublished Bibliographia Scotica. though their friendly relationship was broken off before Ritson's death; and George Steevens. when engaged in editing Shakespeare, called on him for advice and information. At one time he planned to edit Thomas Warton 's History of English Poetry ; his notes were added to the 1824 edition of that work, and were incorporated under their proper headings in the 1840 edition.

Robert Bloomfield. the ploughboy poet, was introduced to him, and he superintended the publication, and corrected the various editions, of Bloomfield's Poems. He also helped the posthumous reputation of Kirke White .

Family [ edit ]

His only son John James Park died young in June 1833. He left four daughters, the survivors of a large family. His wife Maria Hester Park who long suffered from ill-health, died at Hampstead on 7 June 1813, aged 52. (She must be distinguished from Maria Hester Parke, married name Mrs. Beardmore, a singer and musical composer, daughter of John Parke .)

References [ edit ] Notes [ edit ]
  1. ^ American Antiquarian Society Members Directory
  2. ^ Nichols's 'Illustrations of Literature,' viii. 376–8; Miss Seward's 'Letters,' vols. iv.–vi.; Pinkerton's 'Correspondence,' i. 349–50; and Notes and Queries . 1st ser. xi. 217, 2nd ser xii. 221–2; and many more addressed to Sir Egerton Brydges, Thomas Hill, and John Litchfield of the Monthly Mirror. are in the British Museum Additional MSS. 18916 and 20083.

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Thomas Park, Heliconia

Thomas Park, Heliconia: Comprising a Selection of English Poetry of the Elizabethan Age: Written or Published between 1575 and 1604. 3Volumes (London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, 1815)

Information about the collection: The right-hand column in the TOC contains dates of publication.

Table of General Contents:

A Small Handful of Fragrant Flowers. By N.B. [Nicholas Breton.]. 1575

A Gorgious Gallery of Gallant Inventions. Edited by T.P. [Thomas Proctor.]. 1578

A Floorish upon Fancie. By N.B. [Nicholas Breton.]. 1582

A Handefull of Pleasant Delites. Edited by Clement Robinson. 1584

A Mirror of treue Honour and Christian Nobilitie, &c. in the Life, Death, &c. of Frauncis Earle
of Bedford. By George Whetstone. 1585

The Phoenix Nest. Edited by R.S. 1598

A Divine Centurie of Spirituall Sonnets. By Barnabe Barnes. 1595

Spirituall Sonnettes, to the Honour of God and hys Sayntes. By H.C. [forsan Henry Constable.]. ---

A Sad and Solemne Funerall of the Right Hon. Sir Frauncis Knowles, Knight. By Tho. Churchyard. 1596

The Life and Death of Thomas Wolsey, Cardinall. By Tho. Storer. 1599

England's Parnassus. Edited by Robt. Allott. 1600

Churchyard's Good Will. Sad and heavy Verses for the Losse of Abp. Whitgift. By Tho. Churchyard. 1604

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Heliconia: A Selection of English Poetry (1575-1604)

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Wild card 1974

Hawkins, Benjamin (1754–1816) A sketch of the Creek country, in 1798 and 1799 (Georgia Historical Society) 1848

Hawkins, Charles Caesar & Wallis, F.
The dynamo: its theory, design and manufacture 1893

Hawkins, Edward
The silver coins of England arranged and described 1841

Hawkins, Francis
Youth’s behaviour: or, decency in conversation amongst men tr. 1646 (1663)

Hawkins, Henry
Partheneia sacra. Or, the mysterious and delicious garden of the sacred Parthenes. By H. A. (i.e. Henry Hawkins) 1633

Hawkins, Sir John
The first made to the West Indies 1562
The (second ) voyage made to the coast of Guinea and the Indies of Nova Spania, begun in 1564 (signed at end Iohn Sparke) c 1565
A true declaration of the (third ) troublesome voyadge to the parties of Guynea and the west-Indies in 1567–68 1569 (in Hakluyt, Voy. 1589; Hakluyt Soc. 1878; partly repr. in Arber, Eng. Garner V)

Hawkins, Sir John
A general history of the science and practice of music 1776
The life of Samuel Johnson 1787
See also Walton, I.

Hawkins, John & Hawkins, Ward
Death watch, and The missing witness 1958 (UK 1959)

Hawkins, Lætitia M.
The Countess and Gertrude 1811
Memoirs, anecdotes, facts, and opinions 1824

Hawkins, Nehemiah, et al.
Hawkins’ electrical dictionary 1910

Hawkins, Sir Richard
Observations in his voiage into the South Sea 1593 1622 (Hakluyt Soc. 1847, 1878)

Hawkins, Susanna
Poems and songs 1841

Hawkins, Sir Thomas
Caussin’s (N. ) Holy court tr. 1626
Manzini’s (G. B. ) Political observations on the fall of Seianus tr. 1634
Matthieu’s (P. ) Unhappy prosperitie, expressed in the histories of Ælius Sejanus and Philippa tr. 1632 (1639)
The odes and epodes of Horace tr. 1625

Hawkins, Thomas
The origin of the English drama 1773

Hawkstone 1845
See Sewell, W.

Hawkwood, History of Sir John (The honour of the taylors; or, the famous and renowned history of Sir J. Hawkwood ) 1687

Hawthorne, Julian
Dust 1883
Fortune’s fool 1883
Garth 1877
The laughing mill and other stories 1879
Nathaniel Hawthorne and his wife 1885

Hawthorne, Nathaniel
The Blithedale romance 1852
Doctor Grimshawe’s secreta 1864 (1883)
The house of the seven gables 1851
The marble faun (The original title of Transformation )
Mosses from an old manse 1846
Our old home 1863
Passages from the American note-booksa 1864 (1868)
Passages from the English note-books 1853–58 (1870)
Passages from the French and Italian note-booksa 1864 (1871)
The scarlet letter 1850
Septimius Felton; or the elixir of lifea 1864 (1872)
The snow image, and other tales
1851
Tanglewood tales, for girls and boys: being a second Wonder-book 1853
Transformation; or the romance of Monte Beni 1860
Twice told tales 1837–42
A wonder-book for girls and boys 1851

Hay, Alexander
Saint Germain’s (C. de ) Royal physician tr. 1689

Hay, Edward
History of the insurrection of the county of Wexford in 1798 1803

‘Hay, Ian’ (John Hay Beith)
The first hundred thousand: being the unofficial history of a unit of ‘K(1)’ [Kitchener's First Army] 1915
Housemaster 1936
A knight on wheels 1914
The last million 1919
The lighter side of school life 1914
The poor gentleman 1928
The right stuff ’: some episodes in the career of a North Briton 1908
A safety match 1911
—— & ‘Armstrong, Anthony’ (A. A. Willis)
Orders are orders 1933

Hay, John M.
The bread-winners: a social study 1884
Pike county ballads, and other pieces 1871 (1880)

Hay, Malcolm Vivian
Foot of pride: the pressure of Christendom on the people of Israel for 1900 years 1950

Hay, Roy & Synge, P. M.
The dictionary of garden plants 1969

Hay, William
Deformity; an essay 1754
An essay on civil government 1728
Remarks on the laws relating to the poor 1735 (1751)

Hay, William D.
Brighter Britain! or, Settler and Maori in northern New Zealand 2 vols. 1882
Elementary text-book of British fungi 1887
Three hundred years hence; or, A voice from posterity 1881

Hayashi, Takashi
ed. Olfaction and taste II 1967 (Proceedings of the 2nd International Symposium on Olfaction and Taste, Tokyo, 1965)

Haycraft, Howard
Murder for pleasure: the life and times of the detective story 1942

Hayden, Arthur
Chats on old furniture: a practical guide for collectors 1905

Haydocke, Richard
Lomazzo’s (G. P. ) Tracte containing the artes of curious paintinge tr. 1598

Haydon, Benjamin R.
Correspondence and table-talka 1846. With a memoir by F. W. Haydon (1876)
The life of Haydon, from his autobiography and journals ed. T. Taylor 3 vols. 1853

Haydon, G. H.
The Australian emigrant 1854
Five years’ experience in Australia Felix 1846

Haye, Sir Gilbert
The buke of the law of armys or buke of bataillis 1456 (S.T.S. 1901)
The buke of knychthede and the buke of the governaunce of princis 1456 (S.T.S. 1914)

Hayes, Alice M.
The horsewoman 1893

Hayes, Arnold Richard W.
Revision physics for sixth forms 1962

Hayes, Augustus Allen
New Colorado and the Sante Fé trail 1880 (UK 1881)

Hayes, Charles
A treatise of fluxions 1704

Hayes, Roy
The Hungarian game 1973

Hayes, William
A natural history of British birds 1775

Hayes, William
A short introduction to conveyancing 1834 (1837, 1840)

Hayes, William
The genetics of bacteria and their viruses 1964

Haygarth, Henry William
Recollections of bush life in Australia during a residence of eight years in the interior 1848

Hayley, William
A philosophical, historical, and moral essay on old maids. By a friend to the sisterhood (i.e. W. Hayley) 1785
The triumphs of temper; a poem 1781

Haymaker, Webb Edward
tr. R. Bing’s Textbook of nervous diseases 1939

Hayman, Robert
Owen’s (J. ) Epigrams tr. 1628
Quodlibets, lately come over from new Britaniola, old Newfoundland 1628

Hayne, Thomas
The life and death of Dr. Martin Luther 1641

Hays, David G.
Introduction to computational linguistics 1967

Hayward, Abraham
A selection from the correspondence of A. H. with an account of his early life 1834–84 (ed. H. E. Carlisle 1886)

Hayward, Charles Brian
Practical aeronautics 1912

Hayward, Harry Maxwell & Harari, Manya
tr. B. Pasternak’s Dr. Zhivago 1958

Hayward, Helena
ed. The Connoisseur’s handbook of antique collecting: a dictionary of furniture, silver, ceramics, glass, fine art, etc. 1960

Hayward, James
Biondi’s (G. F. ) Donzella desterrada; or the banish’d virgin tr. 1635
Biondi’s (G. F. ) Eromena; or love and revenge tr. 1632

Hayward, Sir John
Annals of the first four years of the reign of Queen Elizabetha 1627 (Camden Soc. 1840)
An answer to the first part of a certaine conference concerning succession, published under the name of R. Dolman 1603
The first part of the life and raigne of King Henrie the IIII 1599
The life and raigne of King Edward the sixta 1627 (1630)
The lives of the three Normans, kings of England 1613 (in Harl. Misc.)
A reporte of a discourse concerning supreme power in affaires of religion (anon.) 1606; another ed. entitled Of supremacie in affaires of religion 1624
The sanctuarie of a troubled soule 1604 (1616, 1620)

Hayward, John Davey
Prose literature since 1939 1947

Hayward, Samuel
Seventeen sermons on various important subjects 1758

Hayward, W. Stephens
Love against the world 1875

Haywood, Mrs.
A new present for a servant-maid: containing rules for her moral conduct, the whole art of cookery, etc. 1771

Haywood, Eliza
The female spectator (anon.) 1744–45 (1748)
The history of Miss Betsy Thoughtless 1751
La belle assemblée by M. A. Poisson de Gomez tr. 1724–25 (1732)

Hazard, Samuel
Cuba with pen and pencil 1871

Hazard, Thomas Benjamin
Nailer Tom’s diary ed. C. Hazard 1930

Hazlitt, William
Characters of Shakespear’s plays 1817 (1818)
Lectures chiefly on the dramatic literature of the age of Elizabeth 1820
Lectures on the English poets 1818 (1869)
Political essays, with sketches of public characters 1819
The spirit of the age; or, contemporary portraits 1825
Table talk; or, original essays on men and manners 1821–22 (1824, 1869)

Hazlitt, William C.
English proverbs and proverbial phrases 1869
Four generations of a literary family 1897
The history of the origin and rise of the republic of Venice 1858
Offspring of thought in solitude: modern essays 1884
ed. Remains of the early popular poetry of England v.d. (1864–66)
See also Dodsley, R.

Head, Barclay V.
Historia numorum; a manual of Greek numismatics 1887

Head, Sir Francis B.
Bubbles from the Brunnens of Nassau 1834
Rough notes taken during some rapid journeys across the Pampas and among the Andes 1826

Head, Sir George
Forest scenes and incidents in the wilds of North America 1829
A home tour through the manufacturing districts of England 1836

Head, Richard
The canting academy, or, the devil’s cabinet opened, with several new catches and songs 1673
The English rogue described in the life of Meriton Latroon 1665; Part II by F. Kirkman 1671; Parts III and IV by Head and Kirkman 1671 (1874)
Jackson’s recantation, or, the life and death of the notorious highway-man now hanging in chains at Hampstead (anon.) 1674
Proteus redivivus: or the art of wheedling or insinuation 1675

Headley, Henry
Poems and other pieces 1786

Headrick, James
General view of the agriculture of the county of Angus or Forfar 1813
View of the mineralogy, agriculture, manufactures and fisheries of the Island of Arran 1807

Heal and Son
Heal’s catalogue 1853–1934 1972 [facsimile reproductions from catalogues]

Heald, Frederick Deforest
Introduction to plant pathology 1937
Manual of plant diseases 1926

Heald, Timothy Villiers
Deadline 1975
Just desserts 1977
Let sleeping dogs die 1976

Healey, Edna May
Lady unknown: the life of Angela Burdett-Coutts 1978

Healey, John
St. Augustine Of the citie of God with the learned comments of J. L. Vives tr. 1610 (1616)
Discovery of a new world, or a description of the South Indies, hitherto unknowne (a version in English of Bp. Jos. Hall’s Mundus alter et idem ) 1609
Epictetus his manuell. And Cebes his table tr. 1610
—ed. 1616 adds (And ) Theophrastus characters (1636)

Health. International health exhibition; official catalogue 1884

Health and longevity, Account of persons remarkable for their. By a physician 1829

Hearn, Patricio Lafcadio T. C.
In ghostly Japan 1899
Japan: an attempt at interpretation 1904
Kokoro: hints and echoes of Japanese inner life 1896
Kott: being Japanese curios, with sundry cobwebs
1902

Hearn, William E.
The Aryan household, its structure and its development 1878

Hearne, John
Stranger at the gate 1956

Hearne, Samuel
A journey from Prince of Wales’s fort in Hudson’s Bay to the Northern ocean in 1769–72 1795

Hearne, Thomas
Ductor historicus; or a short system of universal history 1698
—ed. 2, augmented and improv’d 1704–05 (1714)
Reliquiæ Hearnianæ: the remains, being extracts from his MS. diaries 17. (collected by P. Bliss 1857)
Remarks and collections 1705–12 (ed. C. E. Doble, O.H.S. 1885–89)

Hearst’s international 1925–

Heart: a journal for the study of the circulation 1909–33

Heath, Francis G.
The fern world 1877
Theromanceof peasant life in the West of England 1872 (1880)

Heath, James
A brief chronicle of the late intestine war in the three kingdoms of England, Scotland and Ireland 1663
England’s chronicle: or, the lives and reigns of the kings and queens from the time of Julius Cæsar to K. William and Q. Mary 1689
Flagellum: or, the life and death, birth and burial of Oliver Cromwel. By S. T. gent. (i.e. James Heath) 1663 (1672)

Heath, James D.
The complete croquet-player 1874

Heath, John B.
Some account of the worshipful Company of Grocers of the city of London 1829 (1869)

Heath, Peter
tr. G. A. Wetter’s Soviet ideology today 1966

Heath, Richard
The English peasant 1893

Heath, Robert
A natural and historical account of the islands of Scilly 1750

Heath, Thomas
A manifest and apparent confutation of an astrological discourse (by R. Harvey ) 1583

Heath, Sir Thomas L.
Apollonius of Perga. Treatise on conic sections 1896
The works of Archimedes 1897

Heathcote, Charles G. & John M.
Tennis. by J. M. Heathcote. Lawn tennis. by C. G. Heathcote. Rackets. by E. O. Pleydell-Bouverie. Fives. by A. C. Ainger. 1890 (Badminton Library)

Heathcote, Ralph
Sylva, or, the wood: being a collection of anecdotes, dissertations, characters, apophthegms, original letters, bons mots, and other little things (anon.) 1786

Heaton, Mary M.
The history of the life of Albrecht Dürer 1870 (1881)

Heaviside, Oliver
Electromagnetic theory 3 vols. 1893–9

Heavysege, Charles
Saul; a drama 1857 (1869)

Heber, Bp. Reginald
Hymnsa 1826 (1827)
Life of Jeremy Taylor 1822
Narrative of a journey through the upper provinces of India, from Calcutta to Bombay 1824–25, with notes upon Ceylon; an account of a journey to Madras and the
Southern provinces 1826, and letters written in India
a 1826 (1828, 1844)
Palestine; a prize-poem 1803
Palestine and other poems v.d. (1843)

Heberden, William (the younger)
Heberden’s (W. the elder ) Commentaries on the history and cure of diseases tr. 1803

Hecht, Ben & MacArthur, Charles
The front page 1928

Hector, James
Handbook of New Zealand 1883

Hector, William
ed. Selections from the judicial records of Renfrewshire 16..–17. (1876)

Hedderwick, Peter
A treatise on marine architecture 1830

Hedgecoe, John
The photographer’s handbook 1977

Hedges, Sir William
Diarya 1701 (Hakluyt Soc. 1887–88)

Hedin, Sir Sven A.
Through Asia 1898

Heffner, Roe-Merrill S.
General phonetics 1949

Heffron, Dorris
Crusty crossed 1976
A nice fire and some moonpennies 1971

Heflin, Woodford Agee
ed. Aerospace glossary 1959
ed. The United States Air Force dictionary 1956

Heilbron, Ian Morris
ed. Dictionary of organic compounds 3 vols. 1934–7

Heilprin, Angelo
The geographical and geological distribution of animals 1887

Hein, Leonard William
An introduction to electronic data processing for business 1961

Heinlein, Robert Anson
The door into summer 1957 (UK 1960)

Heinrich, Eberhardt William
Microscopic petrography 1956

Heitler, Walter
The quantum theory of radiation 1936

Helfenstein, Jacob
A comparative grammar of the Teutonic languages 1870

Heliconia; comprising a selection of English poetry 1575–1604 (ed. T. Park 1815)

Heliodorus’ Triumphs of love and constancy: a romance, containing the heroick amours of Theagenes and Chariclea. In ten books. The first five rendered by a person of quality, the last five by N. Tate 1686

——another ed. entitled
Æthiopian adventures 1753

Heller, Joseph
Catch–22 1961 (UK 1962)
Something happened 1974

Hellman, Lilian
The little foxes 1939
Pentimento: a book of portraits 1973 (UK 1974)
An unfinished woman: a memoir 1969

Hellowes, Edward
Guevara’s (A. de ) Chronicle, conteyning the liues of tenne emperours of Rome tr. 1577
Guevara’s Familiar epistles tr. 1574 (1577, 1582, 1584)
(For Gueuara’s Golden epistles see Fenton, Sir G.)

Hellyer, Arthur George Lee
T. W. Sanders’ Encyclopaedia of gardening (ed. 22) 1952
The encyclopaedia of garden work and terms 1954
Practical gardening for amateurs 1935

Helme, Elizabeth
tr. F. Le Vaillant’s Travels from the Cape of Good-Hope, into the interior parts of Africa 2 vols. 1790
St. Margaret’s cave, or the nun’s story 1801

Helmer, Olaf
tr. A. Tarski’s Introduction to logic and to the methodology of deductive sciences 1941

Helps, Sir Arthur
Companions of my solitude 1851 (1874)
Essays written in the intervals of business 1841 (1875)
Friends in council 1847–49, 1859
Organization in daily life. An essay (anon.) 1862
Realmah 1868 (1876)
Social pressure 1875
Some talk about animals and their masters 1873 (1875)

Helps to the study of the Bible 1880 (1884; revised and enlarged edition 1893)

Helsham, Richard
A course of lectures in natural philosophya 1738 (1739)

Helvetius’ (C. A. ) Child of nature improved by chance tr. 1774

Hely, James
O’Flaherty’s (R. ) Ogygia, or, a chronological account of Irish events tr. 1793

Helyas, Knight of the Swanne 1512 (W. de Worde; in Thoms, Prose romances III. 1828)

Hemans, Felicia D.
Worksa 1835 (1839)
Poems 1808
Poetical worksa 1835 (1875)
Early blossoms of spring, a collection of poems written between eight and fifteen years of age 1808 (1840)
England and Spain; or, valour and patriotism 1808

Hemingway, Ernest
Across the river and into the trees 1950
Death in the afternoon 1932
A farewell to arms 1929
The fifth column [a play], and The first forty-nine stories 1938 (UK 1939)
For whom the bell tolls 1940
Green hills of Africa 1935 (UK 1936)
In our time 1924
—(enlarged ed.) 1925 (UK 1926)
Men without women 1927 (UK 1928)
The old man and the sea 1952
The sun also rises 1926 (UK ed. with title Fiesta 1927)
To have and have not 1937
The torrents of spring: a romantic novel in honour of the passing of a great race 1926 (UK 1933)

‘Hemingway, Percy’ (W. P. Addleshaw)
Out of Egypt 1895

Hempstead, Joshua
Diary, 1711–1758 1901

Hemyng, Bracebridge
Eton school days 1864

Henchman, Richard
A peace-offering in the temple; or, a seasonable plea for unity among dissenting brethren 1661

Henderson, A. G.
tr. V. Cousin’s The philosophy of Kant: lectures 1854

Henderson, Alexander
The history of ancient and modern wines 1824

Henderson, Alexander Morell & Parsons, Talcott
tr. M. Weber’s Theory of social and economic organization 1947

Henderson, Andrew
Scottish proverbs 1832 (1881)

Henderson, David Kennedy & Gillespie, Robert Dick
A text-book of psychiatry for students and practitioners 1927
—(ed. 9) 1962

Henderson, Ebenezer
Iceland; or the journal of a residence in that island 1814–15 1818

Henderson, George
The popular rhymes, sayings, and proverbs of the county of Berwick 1856

Henderson, George C.
Keys to crookdom 1924

Henderson, John
General view of the agriculture of the county of Caithness 1812
General view of the agriculture of the county of Sutherland 1812

Henderson, Peter
Practical floriculture 1869

Henderson, Stephen
Understanding the new Black poetry: Black speech and Black music as poetic references 1973

Henderson, William
Notes on the folk lore of the northern counties of England and the Borders 1866 (1878)

Hendrick, Burton Jesse
The life and letters of Walter H. Page 3 vols. 1922–5

Heney, Thomas
In middle harbour, and other verse, chiefly Australian 1890

Henfrey, Arthur
An elementary course of botany 1857
The rudiments of botany 1849
The vegetation of Europe, its conditions and causes 1852
See also Griffith, John W.

Henley, William E.
A book of verses 1888
For England’s sake: verses and songs in time of war 1900
Poems 1898
—— & Stevenson, Robert L.
Three plays: Deacon Brodie, Beau Austin, Admiral Guinea 1892
See also Farmer, J. S.

Hennell, Mary
An outline of the various social systems and communities which have been founded on the principle of co-operation 1841 (1844)

Henney, Julian Keith
Principles of radio 1929
ed. The radio engineering handbook 1933
—(ed. 5) 1959

—— & Dudley, Beverley
eds. Handbook of photography 1939

Henning, Rachel (1826–1914) Letters ed. D. Adams 1966

Henrot, Thérèse
Belgium (English version by R. E. Wolf and the author) 1961

Henry VII, Memorials of 15. (Rolls series 1858)

Henry VIII
A declaration, conteynyng the iust causes and consyderations, of this present warre with the Scottis 1542 (in Complaint of Scotland, E.E.T.S. 1872)
The privy purse expences of 1529–32 (1827)

Henry, Alexander
Travels and adventures in Canada and the Indian territories 1760–76 1809

Henry, Caleb S.
Doctor Oldham at Greystones, and his talk there 1860

Henry, Frank Souder
Printing for school and shop 1917

‘Henry, Joan’ (Constance Ann Standage)
Who lie in gaol 1952

Henry, John J.
An accurate account of the hardships of that band of heroes who traversed the wilderness in the campaign against Quebec in 1775 1812

Henry, Matthew
Worksa 1714 (1726, 1853)
Disputes reviewed; a sermon 1710
An exposition of the Old and New Testament 1710 (1737–38)
A sermon concerning the forgiveness of sin as a debt 1711
A short account of the life of lieutenant Illidge 1710

‘Henry, O.’ (William Sydney Porter)
Cabbages and kings 1904
The four million 1906 (UK 1916)
The gentle grafter 1908 (UK 1928)
Heart of the west 1907 (UK 1912)
Options 1909 (UK 1916)
Roads of destiny 1909
Rolling stones 1912 (UK 1916)
Strictly business
1910 (UK 1917)
The trimmed lamp 1907 (UK 1915)
Whirligigs 1910

Henry, Philip
Diaries and letters 1631–96 (1882)

Henry, Robert
The history of Great Britain 1771–85; a 1790 (1793)

Henry, Thomas
An account of a method of preserving water at sea from putrefaction 1781

Henry, Thomas Anderson
The plant alkaloids 1913

Henry, William
The elements of experimental chemistry 1810 (1826–40)
An epitome of chemistry 1800 (1808)

Henry the Minstrel
The actis and deidis of the illustere and vaileand campioun Schir William Wallacec 1470 (1570, 1820; S.T.S. 1889)

Henry and Isabella: a novel 1811

Henryson, Robert
Poemsc 1480 (S.T.S. 1906–14)
The morall fabillis of Esopec 1480 (1570; Maitland Cl. 1832; in Anglia IX. 1886)
Orpheus and Eurydicec 1480
The testament of Cresseidc 1480

Henshall, James A.
Camping and cruising in Florida 1884

Henshall, Samuel
The Saxon and English languages reciprocally illustrative of each other 1798

Henshaw, Bp. Joseph
Horæ succisivæ, or, spare-houres of meditations 1631 (ed. 2)
Meditations miscellaneous, holy and humane 1637; ed. 3, much enlarged, entitled Daily thoughts; or a miscellany of meditations, holy and humane 1651

Henslow, George
The origin of floral structures through insect and other agencies 1888

Henslow, John S.
A dictionary of botanical terms 1856
The principles of descriptive and physiological botany 1835 (1836)

Henslowe, Philip
Diary 1591–1609 (Shaks. Soc. 1845; 1904–08)
Henslowe papers, being documents supplementary to Henslowe’s diarya 1616 (ed. W. R. Greg 1907)

Henty, George A.
The cornet of horse; a tale of Marlborough’s wars 1881
Through Russian snows: a story of Napoleon’s retreat from Moscow 1896
With Lee in Virginia: a story of the American civil war 1890

Hentzner’s (Paul ) Journey into England in the year 1598 (being a part of the Itinerary of P. H. translated by R. Bentley; ed. H. Walpole, Earl of Oxford) 1757

Hepburn, George B.
General view of the agriculture and rural economy of East Lothian 1794

Hepworth, Cecil Milton
Animated photography: the ABC of the cinematograph 1897

Herak, Milan & Stringfield, V. T.
eds. Karst: important karst regions of the northern hemisphere 1972

Herald, The. By Stentor Telltruth 1757–58

Herbert, Alan Patrick
Holy deadlock 1934
Independent Member 1950
Laughing Ann, and other poems 1925
Plain Jane 1927
The water gipsies 1930
What a word! 1935

Herbert, Alfred Xavier
Capricornia 1938 (UK 1939)

Herbert, Edward, 1st Baron Herbert of Cherbury
The life and reigne of King Henry the eightha 1648 (1649, 1682)
Life, written by himselfa 1648 (1764, 1886)
Occasional versesa 1648 (1665)

Herbert, Sir Edward
A short account of the authorities in law, upon which judgement was given in Sir Edw. Hales his case 1688

Herbert, George
Poetical worksa 1633 (Grosart 1876)
Outlandish proverbsa 1633 (1640)
—another ed. entitled Jacula prudentum, or outlandish proverbs, sentences, etc. (1651)
A priest to the temple, or, The countrey parson his character, and rule of holy lifea 1633 (1652)
The temple; sacred poems and private ejaculations 1633

Herbert, George Robert C. (Earl of Pembroke) & Kingsley, George H.
South Sea bubbles 1872

Herbert, Henry, 10th Earl of Pembroke
A method of breaking horses, and teaching soldiers to ride, designed for the use of the army 1761
—ed. 3, entitled Military equitation 1778

Herbert, Mary E.
Cradle lands 1867
Hübner’s (J. A. von ) Ramble round the world 1874 (1878)
Impressions of Spain in 1866 1867

Herbert, Sir Thomas
A relation of some yeares travaile begunne anno 1626, into Afrique and the greater Asia 1634 (1638, 1665, 1677)
Threnodia Carolina 1678 (printed from original MS. in A. Fea, Memoirs of the martyr King 1905); repr. with additions under the title of Memoirs of the two last years of the reign of Charles I 1702

Herbert, Thomas Ernest
Telegraphy: a detailed exposition of the telegraph system of the British Post Office 1906
Telephony: an elementary exposition of the telephone system of the British Post Office 1923
—(new ed. by T. E. Herbert & W. S. Procter) 2 vols. & Suppl. 1932–40
—(new ed. by J. Atkinson) 2 vols. 1948–50

Herbert, William
Ella Rosenberg, a romance 1808

Herbert, William
The history of the twelve great Livery Companies of London 1834–37

Herd, David
ed. Ancient and modern Scottish songs, heroic ballads, etc. v.d. (1776)

Here and now: an independent monthly review 1949–

Heren, Louis
Growing up onThe Times ’ 1978

Hergesheimer, Joseph
The bright shawl 1922 (UK 1923)

Héristal, Adam d’
Our discordant life 1894

Herle, Charles
An answer to Dr. Ferne’s Reply entituled: Conscience satisfied etc. 1643
David’s song of three parts 1643
A fuller answer to a treatise written by Dr. Ferne, entituled, The resolving of conscience etc. 1642

Hermann’s (C. F. ) Manual of the political antiquities of Greece historically considered tr. 1836

Hermeticall banquet drest by a spagiricall cook, for the better preservation of the microcosme 1652

Herne, Samuel
Domus Carthusiana; or an account of the foundation of the Charter-House 1677

Herodotus, The famous hystory of, tr. by B. R(ich) 1584

Heroic epistle to an unfortunate monarch, by Peregrine the Elder 1778

Heron, Alastair
ed. Towards a Quaker view of sex: an essay by a group of Friends 1963

Heron, James
The Celtic Church in Ireland 1898

Heron, Patrick
The changing forms of art 1955

Heron, Robert
Information concerning the strength, views, and interests of the powers presently at war 1794

Herrick, Robert
The complete poemsa 1674 (Grosart 1876)
Poetical worksa 1674 (1869, 1915)
Hesperides: or, the works both humane and divine of R. H. 1648
The noble numbers: or, his pious pieces 1647

Herring, Francis
A modest defence of the caveat given to the wearers of impoisoned amulets 1604
Oberndoerffer’s (J. ) Anatomyes of the true physition and counterfeit mounte-banke tr. 1602

Herring, Richard
Paper and paper-making, ancient and modern 1855

‘Herriot, James’ (J. A. Wight)
It shouldn’t happen to a vet 1972

Herschel, Sir John F. W.
Essays from the Edinburgh and Quarterly Reviews, with addresses and other pieces v.d. (1857)
Familiar lectures on scientific subjects 1866
A manual of scientific enquiry, ed. by Sir J. F. W. Herschel 1849; ed. 3, superintended by Robert Main 1859
Meteorology 1859 (in Manual of scientific enquiry)
Outlines of astronomy 1849 (1853)
Physical geography 1861
A preliminary discourse on the study of natural philosophy 1830
Schiller’s (J. C. F. von ) Walk tr. 1847
A treatise on astronomy 1833

Herskowitz, Irwin Herman
Genetics 1962

Hertford, Frances Seymour, Countess of
Correspondence between Frances, countess of Hartford (afterwards duchess of Somerset ), and Henrietta Louisa, countess of Pomfret 1738–41 (1805)

Hervé, Peter
Beauties of Paris 1818
How to enjoy Paris 1816

Hervet, Gentian
Xenophon’s Treatise of householde 1532 (1768)

Hervey, Frederic
The naval history of Great Britain 1779

Hervey, George F.
A handbook of card games 1963

Hervey, James
Meditations and contemplations. Vol. I. Meditations among the tombs, Reflections on a flower garden, A descant upon creation 1746; Vol. II. Contemplations on the night, Contemplations on the starry heavens, A winter piece 1747 (1767, 1818)
Theron and Aspasio: or, a series of dialogues and letters upon the most important and interesting subjects 1755

Hervey, John, Baron Hervey of Ickworth
Memoirs of the reign of George the seconda 1743 (ed. from the original MS. by J. W. Croker 1848)

Herzog’s (J. J. ) Religious encyclopædia: or, dictionary of Biblical, historical, doctrinal, and practical theology, ed. by P. Schaff 1882–83

Heslop, Richard O.
Northumberland words. A glossary of words used in the county of Northumberland and on the Tyneside 1892–94 (E.D.S.)

Hess, Fr. Cuthbert (Lawrence Anthony Hess)
ed. God and the supernatural: a Catholic statement of the Christian faith 1920

Hessey, James A.
Sunday: its origin, history, and present obligation considered 1860

Hester, John
A compendium of the rationall secretes of L. Phioravante tr. 1582

Hetley, Sir Thomas
Reports and cases in the third–seventh years of the late King Charles as they were argued at the Common-pleas barre 1657

Hett, Charles L.
A glossary of popular, local, and old-fashioned names of British birds 1902

Hewer, Evelyn Everard
Text-book of histology for medical students 1937

Hewett, Sarah
The peasant speech of Devon 1892

Hewett, William
Glossary of Berkshire provincialisms 1847

Hewit, John
Repentance and conversion the fabrick of salvation, or the saints joy in heaven for the sinners sorrow upon earth, being the last sermons preached by J. H. With other of his sermonsa 1658 (1658)

Hewitson, William C.
Coloured illustrations of the eggs of British birds 1846

Hewitt, John
Ancient armour and weapons in Europe 1855–60

Hewlett, Joseph T. J.
The parish clerk 1841
Parsons and widows 1844
Peter Priggins, the college scout (anon.) 1841

Hewlett, Maurice H.
Earthwork out of Tuscany 1895
The forest lovers, a romance 1898

Hewlett, Richard Tanner
A manual of bacteriology, clinical and applied 1898
—(ed. 2) 1902

Hexham, Henry
A copious English and Netherduytch dictionarie 1647 (1660)
Groot-Woorden-Boeck; a large Netherdutch and English dictionarie 1648 (1658)
The principles of the art militarie 1637
A tongue-combat (anon. Preface signed H. Hexham) 1623 See Scott, Thomas

Hexham, The Priory of, its chroniclers, endowments and annals v.d.; its title deeds, black book, etc. v.d. (Surtees Soc. 1864–65)

Hey, John
Lectures in divinity, delivered in Cambridge 1780–85 1796–98

Heydon, Sir Christopher
An astrological discourse in justification of the validity of astrology. Together with an astrological judgement upon the great conjunction of Saturn and Jupiter 1603c 1610 (1650)
A defence of judiciall astrologie 1603

Heyer, Georgette
A blunt instrument 1938
Death in the stocks 1935
The false colours 1963
They found him dead 1937

Heylin, Peter
Historical and miscellaneous tractsa 1662 (1681)
Aerius redivivus; or, the history of the presbyterians from 1536 to 1647a 1662 (1670)
Antidotum Lincolniense; or an answer to a book entituled, The Holy Table, name and thing 1637
A brief and moderate answer to the seditious and scandalous Challenge of H. Burton 1637
Certamen epistolare; or the letter-combate with Mr. Baxter, etc. 1659
A coale from the altar 1636
Cosmographie 1652 See Microcosmus, below
Cyprianus Anglicus; or the history of the life and death of William Lauda 1662 (1668, 1671)
Ecclesia restaurata; or, the history of the reformation of the Church of England 1661
Ecclesia vindicata; or, the Church of England justified 1657
Examen historicum, or a discovery and examination of the mistakes in some modern histories 1659
Extraneus vapulans; or, the observator rescued from the violent but vaine assaults of Hamon L’Estrange 1656
A full relation of two journeys: the one, into the mainland of France; the other, into some of the adjacent islands 1656
—another ed. entitled A survey of the estate of France 1656
Anglorum; or, an help to English history 1641
Historia quinqu-articularis; or a declaration of the judgement of the Western churches, particularly of the church of England, in the five controverted points reproached
by the name of Arminianism
1660
The historie of episcopacie 1642
The history of St. George of Cappadocia 1631
The history of the Sabbath 1636
Microcosmus. A little description of the great world 1621 (–1639); enlarged and entitled Cosmographie in four bookes, containing the chorographie and historie of the whole world 1652 (1674)
(Relations and observations 1648–49: see C. Walker History of Independency )
The stumbling-block of disobedience and rebellion cunningly laid by Calvin in the subjects way, discovered, censured and removed 1658
Survey of the estate of France See A full relation of two journeys, above
The undeceiving of the people in the point of tithes 1648

Heyne, Benjamin
Tracts, historical and statistical, on India 1814

Heywood, Jasper
Seneca his tenne tragedies tr. by J. Heywood and others 1581
L. A. Senecæ Tragedia prima quæ inscribitur Hercules Furens tr. 1561
The seconde tragedie of Seneca entituled Thyestes tr. 1560
The sixt tragedie of L. A. Seneca, entituled Troas tr. 1559

Heywood, John
Dramatic writings 15. (J. S. Farmer 1905–08)
Woorkes. A dialogue conteynyng prouerbes and epigrammes 1562 (Spenser Soc. 1867)
A dialogue conteinyng the nomber in effect of all the prouerbes in the Englishe tongue 1546 (1874)
A dialogue on wit and folly 15. (Percy Soc. 1846)
Epigrammes 1555–60
A mery play betwene Iohan Iohan the husbande, Tyb his wyfe, and syr Jhan the preest 1533 (Brandl 1898)
A mery play betwene the pardoner and the frere, the curate and neybour Pratte 1533 (in Pollard, Eng. miracle plays 1890)
Of gentylnes & nobylyte
See Rastell, John
The playe called the foure PP. A newe and a very mery enterlude of a palmer, a pardoner, a potycary, a pedler
?1545 (in Manly, Specim. pre-Shaks. drama I, 1897)
A play of love 1534 (Brandl 1898)
The play of the wether 1533 (Brandl 1898)
The spider and the flie, a parable 1556 (Spenser Soc. 1894)

Heywood, Oliver
Worksa 1702 (1825–27)
Autobiography, diaries, anecdote and event books, illustrating the general and family history of Yorkshire and Lancashirea 1702 (1881–85)
The best entail, or, dying parents living hopes for their surviving children 1693
Heart-treasure 1667–72

Heywood, Thomas
Dramatic worksa 1650 (1874)
An apology for actors 1612 (Shaks. Soc. 1841)
The brazen age 1613
The captives; or, the lost recovered 1624 (in Bullen, Old Plays IV)
A challenge for beautie 1636
England’s Elizabeth, her life and troubles during her minoritie from the cradle to the crowne 1631 (1641; in Harl. Misc.)
The English traveller 1633
The exemplary lives and memorable acts of nine the most worthy women of the world 1640
The fayre mayde of the Exchange 1607 (Shaks. Soc. 1845)
The fair maid of the west 1631 (Shaks. Soc. 1850)
The foure prentices of London, with the conquest of Jerusalem 1615
A funerall elegie upon the death of Henry, Prince of Wales 1613
A funeral elegie upon the death of King James 1625
The golden age 1611 (Shaks. Soc. 1851)
or nine bookes of various history concerninge women 1624
The hierarchie of the blessed angells 1635
If you know not me, you know no bodie: or, the troubles of Queene Elizabeth 1605 (Shaks. Soc. 1851)
The second part of, If you know not me, you know no bodie. With the building of the Royall Exchange 1606 (Shaks. Soc. 1851)
The iron age 1632
The first and second partes of King Edward the fourth 1599 (Shaks. Soc. 1842)
Londini sinus salutis 1635
Londini speculum; or, Londons mirror 1637
Londini status pacatus; or, Londons peaceable estate
1639
London’s jus honorarium exprest in sundry triumphs 1631
Loves maistresse: or the Queens masque 1636
A pleasant comedy called A mayden-head well lost 1634
A marriage triumphe 1613 (Percy Soc. 1842)
Philocothonista; or the drunkard opened, dissected, and anatomized 1635
Pleasant dialogues and dramma’s 1637
Porta pietatis, or the port or harbour of piety 1638 (Percy Soc. 1844)
The rape of Lucrece 1608
The royall king and the loyall subject 1637 (Shaks. Soc. 1850)
Sallust’s Two most worthy and notable histories tr. 1608–09
The silver age 1613 (Shaks. Soc. 1851)
Troia Britanica: or Great Britaines Troy 1609
A true description of his Majesties royall ship built at Wooll-witch 1637
The wise-woman of Hogsdon 1638
A woman kilde with kindnesse 1607 (Shaks. Soc. 1850)
See also Tourneur, C.

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