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 Drummond, Principal James, LL.D.Dryden, John 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Drummond, William
 
(b. Hawthornden, near Edinburgh, December 13th, 1585; d. December 4th, 1649). “The Cypress Grove;” “Tears on the Death of Meliades” (1613); “Poems: Amorous, Funerall, Divine, Pastorall, in Sonnets, Songs, Sextains, Madrigals” (1616); “For the Feasting, a Panegyric on the King’s Most Excellent Majestie” (1617); “Floures of Sion” (1623); “Polemo-Middinia, carmen Macaronicum” (?1684); and “The History of Scotland from the Year 1423 until the Year 1542” (1655). His “Conversations with Ben Jonson” (1619), edited in 1842 by David Laing, who also wrote a “Memoir” of the poet in the fourth volume of “Archæologia Scotica.” Poems edited by W. C. Ward, with “Memoir” (1895). See the “Memoirs” by Cunningham (1823) and Masson (1873).   1
 


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