Edward Fairfax, the natural son of Sir Thomas Fairfax of Denton, Yorkshire, wrote his famous translation of Tasso at about the age of twenty; he lived a scholarly and retired life. Most of his prose writings remain in manuscript, though his treatise on witchcraft was published in the nineteenth century.
1600Godfrey of Bulloigne, or the Recoverie of Jerusalem.
1603 ca.An Egloge made by my Uncle Mr. Ed. Fairfax in a Dialogue betwixt two Sheapards.
1603 ca.Ecloga Octava. Ida and Opilio.
1603 ca.Eclogue the Fourth.
Godfrey of Bulloigne done into English heroicall verse. 1600.
A discourse of witchcraft. 1858-59.
Godfrey of Bulloigne, ed. K. M. Lea and Ted Gang. 1980.