Oxford's Canon of Literary Works  
    1562   Jack the Juggler, Play
    1562  Spinning Wheel Poem, found in Cecil papers to Anne Cecil
    1563  The Fable of Ovid Treating of Narcissus, Translation
    1563  The historie of Leonard Aretine, Leonardo Bruni, 1369–1444, Translation, Arthur Golding
    1564  The abridgment of the histories of Trogvs Pompeius, Marcus Junianus, Translation, Arthur Golding
    1564  Palamon & Arcyte, Damon & Pithiest Richard Edwards
    1564  The eyght bookes of Caius Iulius Caesar, Julius Caesar, Translation, Arthur Golding
    1565-7  Ovid’s Metamorphoses, P. Ouidius Naso, Translation, Arthur Golding
    1565-7  Ralph Roister Doister, Play, Nicholas Udall
    1565-7  Doleful Ditty of Lord Darnleigh, Henry Chettle
    1566  Agamemnon, Medea, Hippolytus, and Hercules Oeteus, Seneca, Translations, John Studley
    1566  Palaemon and Areite, Play, before Queen Elizabeth at Oxford in 1566; survives as The Two Noble Kinsmen, published in 1634
    1566  Jocasta, Euripides, Translation George Gascoigne and Francis Kinwelmershe
    1566  Gli Supposit, The Supposes, Ariosto, Translation George Gascoigne
    1567  Horestes, Translation John Pikering
    1571  The Courtier, Balthasar Castiglione: Translation by Bartholomew Clerke, preface by Oxford
    1573  100 Sundrie Flowers, Various poems, The first English novel, The Adventures of Master F.I., Meritum petere grave
    1573  Cardanus Comforte, Introductory Poem by E. Oxenford
    1576  A Paradise of Dainty Devices, seven Poems by E.O.
    1577  The Famous Victories of Henry V, contains a robbery at Gravesend based on one perpetrated by Oxford’s men on May 20, 1573. This is an
    event not related in the actual history of the play, but one perpetrated by Oxford and Oxford’s men on servants of Sir William Cecil, the
    circumstances of which are described in a letter to William Cecil
    1577  The Comedy Of Errors, (The Historie of Error), Hampton Court,  Jan. 1, 1577, First Folio
    1577  Timeon Of Athens, (The Historie Of The Solitarie Knight), Whitehall, Feb. 17, 1577, First Folio
    1577  Titus Andronicus, (The historye of Titus and Gisippus), Whitehall, Feb. 19, 1577
    1577  Pericles, (A pastorell or historie of a Greeke Maide), Court, Dec. 29, 1577
    1577  Woman’s Changeableness, Poem
    1577  Verses Made by the Earl of Oxford, Poems, Earl of Oxford
    1578  Cymbeline, (An History Of The Crueltie Of A Stepmother),  Richmond, Dec. 28, 1578, First Folio
    1579  The Taming of The Shrew (A Morall Of The Marryage Of Mynde And Measur) Richmond, Jan. 1, 1579, First Folio
    1578  All’s Well That Ends Well, (The Historie Of The Rape Of The Second Helene), Court, Jan. 6, 1578, First Folio
    1579  Love’s Labours Lost, (Double Maske), Court, Jan. 11, 1579
    1579  The Two Gentlemen of Verona, (A History Of The Duke Of Millayn And The Marquis Of Mantus), Whitehall, Dec. 26, 1579, First Folio
    1579  Henry VI, Part II
    1579  The Defense of the Military Profession  1579  The Merchant of Venice, (Portio and Demonrates),  Court, Feb. 2, 1580
    1579  Antony and Cleopatra, (Ptolome, The History of Serpedon), The Bull and at Court, Feb. 1580, Whitehall, Nov. 21, 1581, First Folio
    1579  Thomas of Woodstock, Play
    1579  Arden of Feversham, (Murderous Michael), Play
    1580  Lover’s Complaint, Poem, William Shakespeare
    1580  A Discourse upon the earthquake that happened through this realme of Englande and other places of Christendom,  the sixt of Aprill, 1580,
    Pamphlet, Arthur Golding
    1580  Twelfth Night, First Folio
    1580  Henry VI, Part III
    1580  Richard III
    1580  Coriolanus, First Folio
    1581  Measure for Measure, First Folio
    1581  Romeo and Juliet
    1581  The Troublesome Reign of King John, First Folio
    1581  Richard II
    1581  As You Like It, First Folio
    1583  Julius Caesar, (The History of fferrar), Court, Jan. 6, 1583, First Folio
    1583  Much Ado About Nothing, (A History of Ariodante and Geneuora), Richmond, Feb. 12, 1583
    1583  Othello
    1583  4 Epitahs to Oxford’s Son, Poems, published in John Soowthern’s Pandora Countess of Oxford
    1584  Midsummer Night’s Dream, (A Pastorall of Phillyda & Choryn), Greenwich, Dec. 26, 1584
    1584  Triolus and Cressida, (Agamemnon and Ulisses), Greenwich, Dec 27, 1584
    1584  Sapho and Phao, Play, Translation, John Lyly
    1584  Campaspe, Play, Translation, John Lyly
    1584  Greene’s Card of Fancy, Book, John Lyly
    1584  Anne Vavasor’s Echo, Poem
    1584  Spanish Trajedgy, PlayThomas Kyd
    1585  Hamlet, (Felix and Philomela) (Ur-Hamlet), Greenwich, Jan. 3, 1585
    1585  Henry IV, Part I First Folio
    1585  Merry Wives of Windsor, (An Antick Play and Comodye), Somerset, Feb. 23, 1585
    1584-5  Campaspe, Sapho and Phao, Galathea, Love’s Metamorphosis, Endimion, Midas, Mother Bombie, Woman in the Moon, Court Comedies,
    John Lyly
    1586  The Winter’s Tale, (The Winter’s Night’s Tale),
    Court, Nov. 6, 1611, First Folio
    1586  Henry V
    1586  Henry VI, Part II First Folio
    1586  Henry IV, Part II
    1588  Macbeth, First Folio
    1590  King Lear
    1591  King John
    1591  Forty Several ways of two parts in one made upon a plain  song, Song Book Dedication to Oxford; (songs by Oxford?), John Farmer
    1593  Tears of Fancy, Who taught thee first to sigh? Poems Earl of Oxenforde
    1593  Venus and Adonis, Narrative Poem, William Shakespeare
    1594  Willobie His Avisa, Narrative Poem, M. Henry Willobie
    1594  The Rape of Lucrece, Narrative Poem, William Shakespeare
    1594  Edward the Second, Marlowe
    1595  Locrine, Play, W.S.
    1597  Isle of Dogs, Play, Thomas Nashe
    1599  The First Set of English Madrigals, Dedication to Oxford; songs by Oxford may be includedJohn Farmer
    1599  THE/Passionate/Pilgrime./by W. Shakespeare, William Shakespeare
    1601  Phoenix and the Turtle, Narrative Poem, William Shakespeare
    1603  Henry VIII, First Folio
    1604-8  SHAKE-SPEARES SONNETS, Narrative Poems
    1604-8  The Tempest, First Folio
    1604-8  King James Bible, Anonymous Clerics

    For Consideration:
    1566  Patient Grissel, John Philips
    1566  Heroical Epistles of Ovid, George Turberville
    1569  A Marveous Strange Fish, C.R.`
    1576  Book of Falconrie, George Turberville
    1576  A Petite Palace of Pettie His Pleasure, George Pettie
    1576  The Noble Art of Venerie
    1579  A Special Remedie Against the Furious Foce of Lawless Love
    1580  Plutarch’s Lives, Thomas North
    1581  A Farewell to the Military Profession, Barnaby Rich
    1594  Friar Bacon and Friar Bungay, Robert Greene
    1603  Montaigne’s Essays, John Florio
    1600  The Weakest goeth to the Wall
    1622 The Compleat Gentleman (reprinted several times)

    No Date:
    A Choice of Emblems, John Whitney
    The Golden Ass, Translation of Apuleius, William Adlington
    Idylls of Theocritus, Translation, E.D.
    Gammer Gurton’s Needle
    Sir Thomas More
    Greenes Groats-worth of Wit, Robert Greene (Ver?)
    The Troublesome Raign of King John
    The Taming of a Shrew
    The True Tragedy of Richard Duke of York
    The Contention Betwixt The Two Famous Houses of Yorke and Lancaster