Author:Thomas Ross (d. 1675)

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Thomas Ross
English poet, courtier, and librarian


  • (tr.) The Second Punick War between Hannibal and the Romanes (1661, from the Latin of Titus Catius Silius Italicus)
  • Advice of Mr. Thomas Ross to James Scott, Duke of Monmouth and Buccleugh, natural Son to King Charles II, by Mrs. Barnham, in imitation of Tully, concerning Offices or humane Duties, unto his Son Mark

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