an English dissenting minister and antiquary. He published in 1816 wia small volume of verse, The School-Boy, with other Poems, which was four years later followed by privately printed copies of Honour; or, Arrivals from College: a Comedy. The play had been produced at Drury Lane on 17 April 1819, and was twice repeated,. Oliver Cromwell and his Times, London, 1821 (2nd ed. 1822) was criticised by Thomas Carlyle (Cromwell's Letters and Speeches, 2nd ed. ii. 161 note.) A second drama, The Druid: a Tragedy, 1832, was never acted.
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