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Cutts, John P., 1927-.... ISNI Sudoc [ABES], France National Library of Australia National Library of France National Library of Israel

Cutts, John P., 1927-1986 National Library of Spain Library of Congress/NACO German National Library Vatican Library NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library

Cutts, John P. NII (Japan) German National Library National Library of Portugal National Library of the Netherlands

VIAF ID: 12572689 (Personal)

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Beggars bush. Cast your caps and cares away National Library of France
Beggars bush. Have ye any worke for the sow gelder hoe National Library of France
Beggars bush. I met with the devell in the shape of a ramme National Library of France
Bloody brother. Drinke to day and drowne all sorrowe National Library of France
Bloody brother. Take o take those lippes away National Library of France
Breake of day National Library of France
Captain. Away delight goe seeke som other dwelling National Library of France
Captain. Come hither, you that love, and heare mee singe National Library of France
Captain. Tell me dearest what is love National Library of France
Chances. Come away come away you Lady gay National Library of France
Content National Library of France
Cymbeline. Harke, harke National Library of France
Deerest love I do not go National Library of France
Devil is an ass. Have you seene but a white lillie grow National Library of France
Duchess of Malfi. O let us howle some heavy note National Library of France
expiration National Library of France
fairey masque National Library of France
False one. Looke out bright eyes and cleere the aire National Library of France
Farewell deere heart (1 v. et p.) National Library of France
Fatal dowry. Poore citizen if thou wilt be National Library of France
Gentle knights gentle knights National Library of France
Goe and catch a fallinge star National Library of France
Humorous lieutenant. I obay, I obay National Library of France
hymne to God the father National Library of France
The left hand of God; a critical interpretation of the plays of Christopher Marlowe Library of Congress/NACO
Love now noe fire hath left him National Library of France
Lovers progress. Adeiw fond love National Library of France
Lovers progress. Tis late and cold, stirr up the fire National Library of France
Love's cure. Turne, turne thy beautious face away National Library of France
Loyal subject. Will you buy any honesty come away National Library of France
Mad lover. All these lye howling National Library of France
Mad lover. Arme, arme, arme, arme the scuts are all com in National Library of France
Mad lover. Carron, o Carron, thou wafter off the souls to blis or baine National Library of France
Mad lover. Goe, happie hart, for thou sholt lie National Library of France
Mad lover. O divinest God of love National Library of France
Mad lover. Orpheus I am come from the deepe below National Library of France
Mad lover. This lion was a man of warre that died National Library of France
Maid in the mill. Com, follow me, you contrey lasses National Library of France
Maid in the mill. You shall have crownes of roses National Library of France
message National Library of France
"The miserific vision" : a study of some of the basic structural imagery of "paradise lost" Vatican Library
More dissemblers besides women. Cupid is Venus only joy National Library of France
La musique de scène de la troupe de Shakespeare : The King's men sous le règne de Jacques Ier National Library of Spain Sudoc [ABES], France German National Library National Library of France NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library National Library of the Netherlands Library of Congress/NACO
Nay nay you must not stay National Library of France
Nice valour. Hence all you vaine delights National Library of France
Nobleman National Library of France
old couple. Deare doe not your faire bewty wronge National Library of France
Pilgrim. Downe downe downe be still you seas National Library of France
Poèmes de Donne, Herbert et Crashaw : mis en musique par leurs contemporains National Library of Spain Sudoc [ABES], France National Library of France
poore soule sat sighing (1 v. et luth) National Library of France
Queen of Corinth. Court ladies laugh and wunder National Library of France
Queen of Corinth. Weepe no more nor sigh nor groane National Library of France
A Reconsideration of the Willow song National Library of France
Rich and strange; a study of Shakespeare's last plays Library of Congress/NACO
Roger Smith, his booke Bishop Smith’s part-song books in Carlisle Cathedral Library National Library of Spain National Library of France Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Portugal
Rôle de la musique dans les masques de Ben Jonson et notamment dans Oberon National Library of France
satyres masques National Library of France
Seventeenth century songs and lyrics, 1959. National Library of France German National Library Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Israel
The shattered glass, a dramatic pattern in Shakespeare's early plays / by John P. Cutts, 1968 Sudoc [ABES], France Library of Congress/NACO
"Songs unto the violl and lube", Drexel Ms. 4175 National Library of France
Spanish curate. Deerest doe not now delay me National Library of France
Tempest. Full fathome five my father lyes National Library of France
Tempest. Wher the bee sucks ther suck I National Library of France
Thomas Nabbes's : "Hannibal and Scipio" Vatican Library
Valentinian. Care charming sleepe ye easer of all woes National Library of France
Valentinian. Good Lyeus ever younge ever honour'd ever sunge National Library of France
Valentinian. Now the lusty springe is seene National Library of France
Volpone. Come my Celia let us prove National Library of France
Widow. I keepe my horse, I keepe my whore National Library of France
Wild goose chase. From the honerd dead I bring National Library of France
Winter's tale. Get yee hence for I must goe National Library of France
Winter's tale. Lawne as white as driven snow National Library of France
Winter's tale. The Satyr's dance National Library of France
Witch et Macbeth. Come away, come away Heckett National Library of France
Witch et Macbeth. The Witche's dance II National Library of France
witch. In a maiden time profest National Library of France
Women pleased. O faire sweet face National Library of France

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