Author:Edward Howard (1624-1700)

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Edward Howard
English playwright and poet



  • The Usurper (1668)
  • Six Days' Adventure; or the New Utopia (1671)
  • The Women's Conquest (1671)
  • The Man of New-market (1678)


  • The Brittish princes an heroick poem (1669)
  • Poems and Essays, with a Paraphrase of Cicero's Laelius (1673)
  • Spencer Redivivus (1687)
  • Caroloiades, or the Rebellion of Forty One. In Ten Books. A Heroick Poem (1689)

Works about Howard[edit]

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