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16681701, Jan 28
a writer. He was second son of the poet John Dryden (1631–1700) and was educated at Westminster and University College, Oxford. He translated Juvenal's fourteenth satire for his father's version, and wrote one mediocre comedy. An account of a tour in Italy and Malta, made by him in 1700 in company with a Mr. Cecil, was published in 1776.
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