|Author:||Southern, John, fl. 1584.|
|Title:||Pandora, the musyque of the beautie, of his mistresse Diana. Composed by Iohn Soowthern Gentleman, and dedicated to the right Honorable, Edward Deuer, Earle of Oxenford, &c. 1584. Iune. 20.|
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2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Pandora, the musyque of the beautie, of his mistresse Diana. Composed by Iohn Soowthern Gentleman, and dedicated to the right Honorable, Edward Deuer, Earle of Oxenford, &c. 1584. Iune. 20.
Southern, John, fl. 1584.
Imprinted at London: [By John Charlewood] for Thomas Hackette, and are to be solde at his shoppe in Lumbert streete, vnder the Popes head, 1584.
Printer's name from STC.
Includes "Foure epytaphes, made by the Countes of Oxenford, after the death of her young sonne, the Lord Bulbecke, &c." and "Epitaph, made by the Queenes Maiestie, at the death of the Princesse of Espinoye".
Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery.
To the ryght honou∣rable the Earle of Oxenford. &c. Ode. 1.
Sonnet to the Reader.
Sonnets. 1. To his Mystresse Diana.
Elegia. 1. To the Echon.
Elegia. 2. To the Gods.
Elegia. 3. To his Diana.
Elegia. 4. To the pri∣soners.
Elegia. 5. To his thoughts.
Elegia. 6. To his Diana.
Ode. 2. to his Diana.
❧ Foure Epytaphes, made by the Countes of Oxenford, after the death of her young Sonne, The Lord Bulbecke, &c.
¶ Others of the fowre last lynes, of other that she made also.
Epitaph, made by the Queenes Maiestie, at the death of the Princesse of Espinoye.
❧ Verses taken out of his Stanses, Hymnes, and Elegias: all dedicated or sent to his Mistresse Diana.
¶ New kinde of verces deuised by him: and are a wofull kinde of meter, to sing a loue, or death in.