Richard Zouche (1590-1661) was a Fellow of New College, Oxford, and a practising lawyer.
From The Dove: or Passages of Cosmography, (1613) sig. E6V; repr. in edition of Richard Walker (Oxford, 1839), p. 51:
And truely, they who will be pleas'd to credit our owne tongue, and age, may finde our present, and later Poets, capable of that commendation, which was giuen the antien[ts] among the Greekes: That if their writings were preserued, no part of Learning should wholy perish. Spencer, hauing as well deliuered Morall, and Heroical matter for vse and action, as Du Bartas (now ours) Naturall and Diuine, for study and meditation.