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Anna Hume was a Scotswoman who during the earlier seventeenth century edited work by her father, David Hume of Godscroft, for publication and herself translated
into English verse.
By 11 April 1644
Evan Tyler, the King's Printer at
, issued, with her name, AH's
The Triumphs of Love: Chastitie: Death: Translated out of
Editing her Father
Translation from Petrarch
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