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H. P, Henry Peacham
P, H.
P, Henry Peacham
Peacham, Henry
Peacham, Henry (the Younger)
Pecham, Henry
approximately 1576-approximately 1643
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Computer file
Language material
Creation role: 
writer of accompanying material
Related names: 
Blount, Thomas (1618-1679))
Cawley, Robert Ralston
Crane, William G.
English Printing Collection (Library of Congress)
Heltzel, Virgil B. (1896-)
Heltzel, Virgil Barney (1896-))
Joly, Jaspar Robert (1819-1892)
Jones, William
Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Peacham, Henry (1546-1634; Beziehung familiaer; see also from)
Young, Alan R. (1941-)
art of drawing with the pen, and limming in water colours. -, The
Caution to keep money.
Coach and sedan.
compleat gentleman. -, The
doppio e il picaresco, Il : un caso paradigmatico nel Rinascimento inglese : con L'ameno racconto di Meum e Tuum di Henry Peacham jr
duty of all true subjects to their king. -, The
Emblemata varia
Garden of eloquence. 1577, The
Gentlemans exercise, or an Exquisite practise, as well for drawing all manner of beasts in their true portraitures as also serving for the necessary use of divers trades-men and artificers, The
Graphice, or the Most auncient and excellent art of drawing and limming disposed into three bookes, by Henry Peacham,...
merry discourse of Meum and Tuum. -, A
Minerua Britanna, or, A garden of heroical deuises : furnished and adorned with emblemes and impresa's of sundry natures
Minerva Britanna.
most trve relation of the affaires of Cleve and Gvlick, as also of all what hath passed this last summer, since the most excellent and victorious Prince, Mavrice of Nassav, tooke the field with his armie, encamping before Rees in Cleueland: and the losse of Wesel, taken in by the Marques Spinola: vnto the breaking vp of our armie in the beginning of December last past, 1614., A
period of mourning Disposed into sixe visions. In memorie of the late Prince. Together with Nuptiall hymnes, ... By Henry Peacham., The
Thalias banquet furnished with newly devised epigrammes. -
truth of our times, The