1753, Dec 81806, Sep 24/25
an English classical scholar. In 1766 he was admitted at Eton College on the foundation, and in 1773 was made scholar of King's College, Cambridge, and fellow in 1776, proceeding B.A. in 1778, and M.A. in 1781. To the Marquis of Blandford he dedicated his Oratio de Ridiculo, to which the first of Sir William Browne's medals was awarded; he printed it along with some Latin verse 1780. He was also the author of a Latin explanation prefixed to the second volume of the Marlborough Gems privately printed under the auspices of George, duke of Marlborough, and of several sermons.
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