Author:Richard Hathwaye

Richard Hathwaye
(1598–1603)
English author

WorksEdit

Lost worksEdit

  • The Life of Arthur, King of England (1598)
  • Valentine and Orson (1598), with Munday
  • Owen Tudor (1599), with Wilson, Munday, and Drayton
  • Hannibal and Scipio (1600), with William Rankins
  • The Second Part of the True and Honorable Historie of the Life of Sir John Old-castle, the good Lord Cobham (1600)
  • The Fayre Constance of Rome (1600), with Munday, Drayton, and Thomas Dekker; in two parts
  • The Conquest of Spain by John of Gaunt (1601), with John Day and William Haughton
  • The Sixe Clothyers of the West (1601), with Wentworth Smith and William Haughton; in two parts
  • Too Good to be True, or the Northern Man (1601), with Henry Chettle and Wentworth Smith
  • As merry as may be (1602), with John Day and Wentworth Smith
  • The Black Dog of Newgate (1602-3), with Day, Wentworth Smith, and ‘the other poet,’ probably Haughton; in two parts
  • The Boast of Billingsgate (1602), with Day
  • The Fortunate General: a French History (1602)
  • The Unfortunate General, a French History (1603), with Day, Wentworth Smith, and ‘the other poet’

Works about HathwayeEdit

 

Works by this author published before January 1, 1926 are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago. Translations or editions published later may be copyrighted. Posthumous works may be copyrighted based on how long they have been published in certain countries and areas.