There is some confusion over the identity of this writer; J. W. Saunders gives his dates as 1538-94 in his Biographical Dictionary (1983); the old DNB suggests that he is "perhaps identical" with Thomas Scott (?1580-1626), chaplain to James I. David Norbrook describes him as a friend of Sir William Vaughan and probably George Wither" Poetry and Politics (1984) 216. He was rector of St. Saviour's, Norwich and preacher to the English garrison at Utrecht (1623); he was assassinated while in exile in Holland.
Four paradoxes of arte, of lawe, of warre, of service. 1602.
Phylomythie or philomythologie. 1610.
Vox populi. 1620.
Robert Earle of Essex his Ghost. 1624.
The new-found politicke [Boccalini, trans. with John Florio]. 1626.