A Hundreth sundrie flowres :
from the original edition /
[by G. Gascoigne ; introd. by B.M. Ward].
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London : F. Etchells and H. Macdonald, 1926.
Introduction signed: B.M. Ward.
"... Printed in England at the Shakespeare Head press on Kentish all-rag paper, 400 numbered copies ... This is number 312."
A page for page reprint of the original, ommitting the two plays of Gascoigne prefixed, "Supposes" and "Jocasta," and most of the prose in "The adventures of Master F.I." of. p. viii-ix, 
With reproduction of original t.-p.: A Hundredth sundrie Flowres bounde vp in one small poesie Gathered partely (by translation) in the fyne outlandish Gardins of Euripides, Ouid, Petrarke, Ariosto, and others: and partly by inuention, out of our owne fruitefull Orchardes in Englande ... At London, Imprinted for Richarde Smith 
Although usually considered the work of George Gascoigne, and later reprinted with considerable changes in his "Posies," 1575, and his "Whole woorkes," 1587, the present editor believes him to be only one of several authors whose work is included. "G.T.," the editor, he supposes to be the Earl of Oxford, and F.I., Sir Christopher Hatton.
"Bibliographical note": p. 
Physical description: xxix, 198 p., plates : ill., map ; 24 cm.
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