From International Robin Hood Bibliography
Churchyard, Thomas (c. 1520-1604).
Items by this originator
- Churchyard, Thomas. THE Worthines of Wales: VVherein are more Then a Thousand Seuerall Things Rehearsed: some Set out in Prose to the Pleasure of the Reader, and with Such Varietie of Verse For the Beautifying of the Book, as No Doubt Shal Delight Thousands to Vnderstand. Which Worke is Enterlarded with many Wonders and Right Strange Matter to Consider of (Imprinted at London, 1587)
- Churchyard, Thomas. The Worthines of Wales, a Poem. A True Note of the Auncient Castles, Famous Monuments, Goodly Rivers, Faire Bridges, Fine Townes, and Courteous People, That I have Seen in the Noble Countrie of Wales, and Now Set Forth. Reprinted (London, 1776)
- Churchyard, Thomas; Crossley, James, introd. The Worthines of Wales. Reprinted from the Original Edition (Publications of the Spenser Society, No. 20) (, 1876)
- R[obinson], R[ichard]; Churchyard, Thomas, introd. The Avncient Order, Societie, and Vnitie Laudable, of Prince Arthure, and his Knightly Armory of the Round Table. With a Threefold Assertion frendly in fauour and furtherance of English Archery at this Day (London, 1583)