Author:John Harington

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John Harington
(1560/1561–1612)
John Harington

Works[edit]

  • A New Discourse of a Stale subject, called the Metamorphosis of Ajax (1596) (under the pseudonym of Misacmos)
  • Ulysses upon Ajax (1596) (under the pseudonym of Misodiaboles)
  • An Anatomie of the Metamorphosed Ajax (1596) (under the pseudonym of 'T. C. Traveller')
  • An Apologie: 1. Or rather a Retractation; 2. Or rather a Recantation; 3. Or rather a Recapitulation ...; 12. Or rather none of them (anon.)
  • A briefe View of the Church of England as it stood in Q. Elizabeth's and King James his Reigne (1653)
  • Epigrams (1615)
  • Nugæ Antiquæ, being a Miscellaneous Collection of Original Papers in Prose and Verse, by Sir John Harington, Knight, and others who lived in those times (1769), edited by Henry Harington
  • A View of the State of Ireland in 1605 (1879), edited by William Dunn Macray (external scan)
  • A tract on the succession to the crown (A.D. 1602) (1880), edited by Clements Robert Markham (external scan)

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