The complete poems of George Gascoigne [1575-6] :
Tam Marti quam Mercurio /
Now first collected and edited from the early printed copies and from mss., with a memoir and notes by William Carew Hazlitt.
|Main Creator:||Gascoigne, George, d. 1577.|
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[London : Printed for the Roxburghe library by Whittingham and Wilkins], 1869-70.
The Roxburghe library. [no. 6-7]
With reproductions of original title-pages.
Physical description: 2 v. : ill. (1 double) ; 23 cm.
Table of Contents:
- Vol. I. The posies of George Gascoigne, Esquire, 1575. Hearbes: Comedie called Supposes. Tragedie called Jocasta. Hearbes. Weedes. The adventures of Master F.J. ... London, Roxburghe Library, 1869. (33, 508 p. ; small and 4to)
- Vol. II. The Glasse of Gouernement. The princely pleasures of Kenelworth Castle. The hermit's tale. The steel glas. The complaynt of Phylomene. The grief of Joye. The noble art of Venerie or hunting. Poems. London, Roxburghe Library, 1870. (360 p. : ill. ; small and 4to).