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Fri Mar 21 17:10:21 2014 UTClccn-n500283790.56The poetical works of Edmund Spenser0.750.94Robert Greene and the Harveys3250080Gabriel_Harveyn 5002837963756Harveius, Gabriel 1550-1630Harveius, Gabriel, 1550?-1631Harvey, Gabriell, 1550?-1631lccn-n80126058Greene, Robert1558-1592lccn-n50047337Nash, Thomas1567-1601lccn-n80020447Harrison, G. B.(George Bagshawe)1894-1991edtlccn-n83234907Smith, G. C. Moore(George Charles Moore)1858-1940edtlccn-n50032812Grosart, Alexander Balloch1827-1899edtlccn-n78095332Shakespeare, William1564-1616lccn-n78081910Spenser, Edmund1552?-1599lccn-n83230200Forset, Edward1553?-1630lccn-n83230259Hawkesworth, Walter-1606lccn-n83230197Beard, Thomas-1632Harvey, Gabriel1550?-1631BiographyHistoryControversial literatureCriticism, interpretation, etcPoetryRecords and correspondencePortraitsDramaHarvey, Gabriel,EnglandSpenser, Edmund,English poetry--Early modernGreene, Robert,Nash, Thomas,Manners and customsAuthors, English--Early modernPrivate librariesMarginaliaLibrariesContemporariesGreat BritainLiteratureShakespeare, William,English literature--Early modernCiceronianismMarot, Clément,MythologyGessner, Conrad,Vesalius, Andreas,Marprelate controversyPoetryRhetoricEnglish poetryEnglish literatureMythology in literatureLove's labour's lost (Shakespeare, William)Influence (Literary, artistic, etc.)Cicero, Marcus TulliusSheriffsBailiffsCoronersConstablesAuthorsEnglish wit and humorEarthquakesBacon, Francis,AuthorshipOxford-Shakespeare controversyOxford, Edward De Vere,--Earl of,Anonymous writings, EnglishOratorySmith, Thomas,DramaControversial literaturePoets, English--Early modernLearning and scholarshipRamus, Petrus,Elizabeth--I,--Queen of England,15501631155015521555156015611563156415651566156815701571157215731575157715781579158015811582158315841585159215931596159716001601160616071611162016221631163518141815184618651867186818691870187118741884188519001903190419051910191119131922192319241926192719301931193319361938194119441945194719511952195619571959196319651966196919701971197219731974197519761977197819791981198519861991199719992001200320062010201120137271324776828.309PR254680219ocn001152276book19220.66Harvey, GabrielFovre letters and certeine sonnets, especially touching Robert Greene and other parties by him abused, 1592Criticism, interpretation, etcRecords and correspondenceA reply to Robert Greene's "A qvip for an vpstart courtier, London, 1592" in the original edition of which was a satirical notice of Harvey and his brothers29636ocn000151505book15930.70Harvey, GabrielA new letter of notable contentsControversial literatureRecords and correspondence2237ocn005048910book19660.76Harvey, GabrielThe works of Gabriel Harvey. For the first time collected and edited, with memorial-introduction, notes and illustrations, etcHistory+-+12068670663241762ocn001005897book19660.66Harvey, GabrielWorks16616ocn001878753book19450.88Harvey, GabrielGabriel Harvey's Ciceronianus16026ocn606491624book15920.81Harvey, GabrielFoure letters, and certaine sonnets especially touching Robert Greene, and other parties, by him abused: but incidently of diuers excellent persons, and some matters of note. To all courteous mindes, that will voutchsafe the readingControversial literature1275ocn606476185file15790.81Fitzherbert, AnthonyIn this booke is contayned the offices of shyriffes, bayliffes of lybertyes, escheatours, constables, and coroners and shewed what euerye one of them may doe by vertue of their offices, drawen out of bookes of the common lawe and of the statutes12410ocn000087710book19700.86Harvey, GabrielPierce's supererogation, 159311817ocn606491736file15930.66Harvey, GabrielPierces supererogation or A new prayse of the old asse A preparatiue to certaine larger discourses, intituled Nashes s. fame. Gabriell HarueyControversial literature10510ocn216582616com15970.73Lichfield, RichardThe trimming of Thomas Nashe Gentleman, by the high-tituled patron Don Richardo de Medico campo, barber chirurgion to Trinitie Colledge in CambridgeControversial literature995ocn000211822book18690.84Harvey, GabrielA new letter of notable contents, 1593997ocn606515415file15800.70Spenser, EdmundThree proper, and wittie, familiar letters: lately passed betvveene tvvo vniuersitie men: touching the earthquake in Aprill last, and our English refourmed versifying With the preface of a wellwiller to them bothCriticism, interpretation, etc978ocn024536038book15770.79Harvey, GabrielGabrielis Harueii Rhetor, vel duorum dierum oratio, de natura, arte, & exercitatione rhetorica979ocn000025650book19660.81Harvey, GabrielFour letters and certain sonnets, 1592791ocn005236486book19630.79Wingfield, AnthonyPedantius a Latin comedyDrama776ocn760829036file15750.66Harvey, GabrielOde natalitia, vel Opus eius feriæ, quæ S. Stephani protomartyris nomine celebrata est anno 1574 : In memoriam P. Rami, optimi, et clarissimi virjPoetry7010ocn014164522book15770.94Harvey, GabrielGabrielis Harveii Rhetor, vel duorum dierum oratio, De natura, arte, & exercitatione rhetorica609ocn606498981file15780.66Harvey, GabrielGabrielis Harueij Gratulationum Valdinensium libri quatuor Ad illustriss. augustissimámque principem, Elizabetam, Angliæ, Franciæ, Hiberniæq́[ue] Reginam longè serenissimam, atq́[ue] optatissimamPortraits547ocn606498990book15780.63Harvey, GabrielGabrielis Harueii Valdinatis; Smithus; vel Musarum lachrymæ pro obitu honoratissimi viri, atque hominis multis nominibus clarissime, Thomæ Smithi, Equitis Britanni, Maiestatisqúe Regiæ secretarij. Ad Gualterum Mildmaium, Equitem Britannum, & consiliarium regiumPoetry518ocn606499000file15770.59Harvey, GabrielGabrielis Harueii Ciceronianus, vel Oratio post reditum habita Cantabrigiæ ad suos auditores. Quorum potissimùm causa, diuulgata est38322ocn606490516file16060.73Greene, RobertA quip for an vpstart courtier: or, A quaint dispute betweene velvet-breeches and cloth-breeches Wherein is plainely set downe the disorders in all estates and trades. By Robert GreeneControversial literature3813ocn006176357book19760.76Stern, Virginia FGabriel Harvey : his life, marginalia, and libraryHistoryBiography3395ocn000515910book19560.70Schrickx, WillemShakespeare's early contemporaries; the background of the Harvey-Nashe polemic and Love's labour's lostCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography2845ocn004327251book18840.79Harvey, GabrielLetter-book of Gabriel Harvey, A.D. 1573-1580HistoryBiographyRecords and correspondence2712ocn002563380book19240.56Spenser, EdmundThe poetical works of Edmund SpenserCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyRecords and correspondence19814ocn027915163book19050.79Wingfield, AnthonyPedantius a Latin comedyDrama18915ocn606498065com15920.79Greene, RobertA quip for an vpstart courtier: or, A quaint dispute betvveen veluet breeches and cloth-breeches Wherein is plainely set downe the disorders in all estates and tradesControversial literature1871ocn002589094book19130.88Harvey, GabrielGabriel Harvey's Marginalia18511ocn000191772book18710.84Morley, HenryClement Marot, and other studies995ocn606512479file15960.73Nash, ThomasHaue vvith you to Saffron-vvalden. Or, Gabriell Harueys hunt is vp Containing a full answere to the eldest sonne of the halter-maker. Or, Nashe his confutation of the sinfull doctor. The mott or posie, in stead of omne tulit punctum: pacis fiducia nunquam. As much to say, as I sayd I would speake with himControversial literature897ocn003799868book19230.90Harman, Edward GeorgeGabriel Harvey and Thomas NasheBiography895ocn000073605book18700.81Nash, ThomasStrange news, 1592874ocn606481154file15930.66Nash, ThomasStrange newes, of the intercepting certaine letters and a conuoy of verses, as they were going pruilie to victuall the low countries. ... By Tho. Nashe gentlemanControversial literature821ocn010068569book16310.86Pedantius a comoedia792ocn000572304book19710.84Nash, ThomasHave with you to Saffron Walden, 1596772ocn045460897book20010.90Appleton, ElizabethAn anatomy of the Marprelate controversy, 1588-1596 : retracing Shakespeare's identity and that of Martin MarprelateCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+5549298225703ocn000739101book19310.94Sanders, ChaunceyRobert Greene and the Harveys597ocn606525684book16310.81Wingfield, AnthonyPedantius Comœdia, olim Cantabrig. acta in Coll. Trin. Nunquàm antehàc typis evulgataDrama551ocn000027515book19660.66Harvey, GabrielFovre letters and certeine sonnets, especially touching Robert Greene and other parties by him abused, 1592Criticism, interpretation, etcRecords and correspondenceA reply to Robert Greene's A quip for an upstart courtier, London, 1592315ocn014220896book19130.90Berli, HansGabriel Harvey : der Dichterfreund und Kritiker+-+1206867066324+-+1206867066324Fri Mar 21 15:53:15 EDT 2014batch31501