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 Rowe, NicholasRuskin, John, LL.D. 
E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
Rowley, William (of uncertain date).
“The Travailes of the English Brothers” (1607); with John Day, “A Fair Quarrel” (1617); with J. Middleton, “A New Wonder, a Woman Never Vext” (1632); “All’s Lost by Lust” (1633), “A Match at Midnight” (1633); “A Shoemaker a Gentleman” (1638); “The Birth of Merlin” (1662); “The Fool without Book;” “A Knave in Print; or, One for Another;” “The None-Such;” “The Booke of the Four Honoured Loves;” “The Parliament of Love.” Rowley also wrote a pamphlet, “A Search for Money” (1609), and collaborated with Massinger, Middleton, etc., in several other plays.   1

 Rowe, NicholasRuskin, John, LL.D. 


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