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an English dramatist, by profession a surgeon. He was buried in St. Paul's Church, Covent Garden. He is said to have had a good practice among frequenters of the theatres, and to have been led to write for the stage. One tragedy, the materials for which are drawn from Plutarch, is unquestionedly his. This is Sertorius, which was licensed for performance 10 March 1678-79, and was printed in 1679. It was played in the same year at the Theatre Royal, subsequently known as Drury Lane.
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