|Seccombe and Arber, comps. Elizabethan Sonnets. 1904.|
|Thomas Lodge (15581625)|
Honoured with Pa-
storall Sonnets, Elegies, and amo-
VVhere-vnto is annexed, the tragicall
complaynt of Elstred.
Iam Phoebus disiungit equos, iam Cin-
Printed for Iohn Busbie, and are to
be sold at his shoppe, at the West-doore
of Paules. 1593.
[In the complete Phillis collection of poems were included, together with the poems of sonnet character, numbered consecutively I.XL., an Induction in eight (6-line) stanzas, two ecloguesone in twenty-six (6-line) stanzas and the other in twenty (4-line) stanzasan elegy in fifty alternately-rhyming (5-iambic) lines, and an ode in five (8-line) stanzas. There are only printed here thirty-eight of the poems of the sonnet character, numbered I.XL.; those numbered XV. and XVI. are omitted, because they have another metrical character, being each twenty-lines long and variously rhymed.]