1802 ENGLISH POETRY 1579-1830: SPENSER AND THE TRADITION

Henry Chettle

Joseph Ritson, Bibliographia Poetica (1802) 159.



HENRY CHETTLE. The popes pitiful lamentation for the death of his deere darling don Joan of Austria: and Deaths answer to the same. Translated after the French printed copy by H. C. printed by I. C. [1578,] 4to. The forest of fancy, wherein is contained very pretty apothegems, and pleasant histories, both in meeter and prose, songes, sonets, epigrams, and epistles, &c. — Finis H. C. printed by T. Purfoote, 1579, 4to. b. l. A dolefull ditty or sorowful sonet of the lord Darly, some time king of Scots, neuew to the noble and worthy king Henry the eyght, and is to be song to the tune of Black and yallowe. — Finis H. C. License'd 24 March 1578-9. (Herbert, 1339.)