an English churchman. He became Dean of Worcester, and was nominated one of the translators for the Authorised King James Version, in the Second Oxford Company, but died in the earliest stages of the project. He was the reputed author of Julius Caesar (Caesar interfectus), a Latin tragedy acted at Christ Church in 1582. A journey north with his friend Toby Mathew prompted Latin verse, entitled Iter Boreale. Edes also left various other Latin and English poems, scattered through several manuscript collections of the poetry of his day, and William Gager addressed verse to him. Of his published works Anthony Wood mentions 'Six Learned and Godly Sermons,' London, 1604, and 'Three Sermons,' London, 1627.
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