See also:English dramatist and
See also:miscellaneous writer, the son of a dissenting
See also:minister, was
See also:born at
See also:Berkshire, on the 22nd of
See also:March 1712 . He was the author of the domestic tragedy of The Gamester, originally produced in 1753 with
See also:Garrick in the leading character of Beverley the gambler . As a poet he produced
See also:clever imitations of Gay and
See also:Gray, and with the assistance of
See also:George, 1st
See also:Lord Lyttelton, Lord Chesterfield and Horace Walpole, conducted The
See also:World (1753–1757), a weekly periodical on the
See also:model of the Rambler .
See also:Moore collected his poems under the title of Poems, Fables and Plays in 1756 . He died in
See also:Lambeth on the 1st of March 1757 . His Dramatic
See also:Works were published in 1788 .
ALBERT JOSEPH MOORE (1841–1893)
GEORGE MOORE (1853– )
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