Samuel Daniel

Samuel Daniel. Frontispiece engraving for ''The Civile Ware'' (1609) by [[Thomas Cockson Samuel Daniel (1562 – 14 October 1619) was an English poet and historian.

He studied at Oxford University before becoming tutor to the family of Lord Herbert and later other members of the aristocracy. He translated work from Latin to English and then began to publish his own prose and verse. In 1603 he was given a royal appointment and produced a series of masques. In the early 17th century he associated with other well known writers of the time before retiring to the village of Beckington in Somerset.

His work and particularly the format he adopted for sonnets, was referred to and emulated by later writers. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Daniel, Samuel
Oregon Renascence Editions

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by Daniel, Samuel
Oregon Renascence Editions

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by Daniel, Samuel
Published 1751
printed and sold by Robert & Andrew Foulis

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by Daniel, Samuel
Published 1717

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by Daniel, Samuel
Published 1718
printed for Robert Gosling, against St. Dunstan's Church, Fleet-Street; W. Mears at the Lamb, and Jonas Browne, at the Black Swan, without Temple-Bar

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by Daniel, Samuel
Published 1718
printed for R. Gosling, against St. Dunstan's Church in Fleetstreet; W. Mears at the Lamb, and J. Browne, at the Black Swan, without Temple-Bar