William Basse

drawing of shepherds reproduced in the Poetical Works of William Basse, possibly by Basse himself William Basse (c.1583–1653?) was an English poet. A follower of Edmund Spenser, he is now remembered principally for an elegy on Shakespeare. He is also noted for his "Angler's song", which was written for Izaak Walton, who included it in ''The Compleat Angler''. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Basse, William
Published 1602
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by Basse, William
Published 1602
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by Basse, William
Published 1613
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by Basse, William
Published 1619
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by Basse, William
Published 1620
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by Basse, William
Published 1620
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by Basse, William
Published 1623
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by Basse, William
Published 1629
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by Basse, William
Published 1630
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by Basse, William
Published 1631
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by Basse, William
Published 1631
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by Basse, William
Published 1635
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by Basse, William
Published 1636
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by Basse, William
Published 1640
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by Basse William
Published 1893
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by Basse, William
Published 1893
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by Basse, William
Published 1893
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