Author:Thomas Sackville

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Thomas Sackville
English statesman and poet, son of Richard Sackville, a cousin to Anne Boleyn. A Member of Parliament and Lord High Treasurer
Thomas Sackville


  • A Myrrovre for Magistrates, wherein may be seen by example of others, with howe grievous plages vices are punished, and howe frayle and unstable worldly prosperity is founde even of those whom fortune seemeth most highly to favour (1559, 1563, 2 vols.)
  • The tragedie of Gorboduc (1565)
  • The Poetical Works of Thomas Sackville, Lord Buckhurst and Earl of Dorset (1820)

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