William of Hawthornden Drummond Principal Works - Essay

Principal Works

(Literary Criticism (1400-1800))

Teares on the Death of Meliades (poetry) 1613

Poems 1614?; revised as Poems: Amorous, Funerall, Divine, Pastorall, in Sonnets, Songs, Sextains, Madrigals (poetry) 1616

“In Pious Memorie of The right Worthie and Vertuous Evphemia Kyninghame, Who in the Prime of Her Youth Died the 23. of Iulie, 1616” (poetry) 1617

Forth Feasting. A Panegyricke to the Kings Most Excellent Majestie 1617; revised and republished in The Muses Welcome to the High and Mightie Prince Iames (poetry) 1618

A Midnights Trance: wherein is discoursed of death, the nature of soules, and estate of immortalitie 1619; revised and republished as A Cypresse Grove in Flowers of Sion (poetry) 1623

Flowres of Sion. By William Drummond of Hawthorenedenne. To which is adjoyned his Cypresse Grove (poetry) 1623; revised and enlarged 1630

The Entertainment of the High and Mighty Monarch Charles into his Auncient City of Edinburgh (prose, poetry, songs) 1633

To the Exequies of the Honorable S'. Antonye Alexander. Knight, & c. A Pastorall Elegie (poetry) 1638

The History of Scotland, from the Year 1423 until the Year 1542 (history) 1655

Poems by That most Famous Wit, William Drummond of Hawthornden, edited by Edward Phillips 1656; republished as The most Elegant and Elabovrate Poems Of that Great Court-Wit, Mr William Drummond (poetry) 1659

The Works of William Drummond, Of Hawthornden (poetry, prose, nonfiction) 1711

Notes of Ben Jonson's Conversations with William Drummond of Hawthornden (nonfiction) 1842

The Political Works of William Drummond of Hawthornden, With ‘A Cypresse Grove’ 2 vols. (poetry) 1913

William Drummond of Hawthornden Poems and Prose (poetry, prose) 1976