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 Herschel, Sir John Frederick WilliamHinkson, Mrs. Katharine, 
E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
Heywood, John
(b. North Mimms, Hertfordshire, 1506; d. Mechlin, 1565). Works:—“The Play of Love” (1533); “A Mery Play betweene Johan the Husband, Tyb the Wife, and St. Johan the Prestyr” (1533); “A Mery Play betweene the Pardoner and the Frere, the Curate and Neybour Prattle” (1533); “Of Gentylnes and Nobylyte, a Dyalogue” (1535); “A Dialogue, etc.” (1546); “The Spider and the Flie” (1556); “A Breefe Balet” (1557), “The Play called the Foure P’s” (1569); “A Balade,” etc., in MS. Harl., “Dialogue of Wit and Folly,” in Fairholt’s edition; “Poetical Dialogue,” etc., in MS. Harl., Brit. Mus., “A Description of a Most Noble Ladye,” in MS. Harl. An edition of the Works was printed in 1562.   1

 Herschel, Sir John Frederick WilliamHinkson, Mrs. Katharine, 


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