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The Library of the World’s Best Literature. An Anthology in Thirty Volumes. 1917.

William Warner (1558?–1609)

Warner, William. An English lawyer and poet; born in London, about 1558; died at Amwell, March 9, 1609. He wrote: ‘Pan his Syrinx’ (1584), a pastoral novel; and ‘Albion’s England, a Continued History of the Same Kingdom from the Originals of the First Inhabitants Thereof,’ etc. (1586), a poem, in rhymed fourteen-syllable lines, of history, legend, and anecdote, very popular in his day.