John Heywood

John Heywood (c. 1497 – c. 1580) was an English writer known for his plays, poems, and collection of proverbs. Although he is best known as a playwright, he was also active as a musician and composer, though no musical works survive. A devout Catholic, he nevertheless served as a royal servant to both the Catholic and Protestant regimes of Henry VIII, Edward VI, Mary I and Elizabeth I. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Heywood, John
Published 1760
printed by John Rose, for the author; and sold by Mr. B. Forfitt, at the Angel and Crown, Leadenhall-Street, London

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Published 1990
Springer Berlin Heidelberg
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Published 1992
Springer Berlin Heidelberg
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Published 2004
Birkhäuser Basel
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Published 2000
Birkhäuser Basel
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