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0000 0001 3977 4394
Name: 
B.R
B. R, Barnabe Rich
Barnabe Rich (Brits schrijver (-1617))
Barnabe Rich (écrivain britannique)
Barnabe Rich (englischer Schriftsteller)
Barnabe Rich (English author and soldier)
BR, Barnabe Rich
R, B.
R, Barnabe Rich
Rich, Barnabe
Rich, Barnaby
Riche, Barnabe
Riche, Barnaby
Rijcke, Barnabas de
Rych, Barnabe
Rycke, Barnabas de
Dates: 
asi 1540-1617
Creation class: 
cre
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Related names: 
Beecher, Donald
Cranfill, Thomas Mabry
Cunningham, Peter (1816-1869)
Herodotus
Janssonius, Johannes (Amsterdam)
Khoury, Joseph (1964-‏...)
Kind, Norbert (1944-...)
Lang, Andrew
Luce, Morton
Nashe, Thomas (1567-1601)
Okes, Nicholas
Sutton, Bartholomew (d. 1611)
Wernischová, Helena (1942-)
Titles: 
adventures of Brusanus, Prince of Hungaria (1592)
Allarme to England, fore-shewing what perilles are procured, where the peo*. -
Apolonius and Silla
Barnaby Rich's "Remembrances of the State of Ireland, 1612," with notices of other manuscript reports, by the same writer, on Ireland under James the First. [Edited] by C. Litton Falkiner.
Catholicke conference betweene Syr Tady Mac. Mareall a popish priest of Waterforde, and Patricke Plaine a young student in Trinity Colledge by Dublin in Ireland
deegh'lijckheydt van onsen tijdt. Verthoonende dat de werelt noyt voor desen deegh'lijck heeft gheweest, De
Don Simonides
Early prose and poetical tracts : illustrative of the drama and literature of the reign of Queen Elizabeth
Eight Novels employed by English dramatic poets of the reign of Queen Elizabeth. -
excellency of good women. -, The
famous hystory of Herodotus, The
Farewell to militarie profession
Faultes, faults, and nothing else but faultes (1606)
Greenes newes both heauen and hell
Herodotus. Euterpe, 1888:
History.
honestie of this age, The : proving by good circumstance that the world was never honest till now
Irish hubbub, or, the English hue and crie, The : breifely pursuing the base conditions and most notorious offences of the vile, vaine and wicked age. No lesse smarting than tickling. A merriment whereby to make the wise to laugh and fooles be angry
My ladies looking glasse, wherein may be discerned a wise man from a foole. -
nevv description of Ireland, A : vvherein is described the disposition of the Irish whereunto they are inclined. No lesse admirable to be perused then credible to be beleeued: neither vnprofitable nor vnpleasant to bee read and vnderstood, by those worthy cittizens of London that be now vndertakers in Ireland
O Apoloniovi a Sille
path-way to military practise., A
Riche, his farewell to militarie profession
right excelent and pleasant dialogue betwene Mercury and an English so*. -, A
short suruey of Ireland, A : truely discouering who it is that hath so armed the hearts of that people with disobedience to their Prince : with a description of the countrey and the condition of the people : no lesse necessarie and needfull to be respected by the English, then requisite and behoouefull to be reformed in the Irish
Short svrvey of Ireland
True and a kinde excuse written in defence of that booke, intituled A newe description of Irelande.
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