Moore, Edward

Born: Mar 22, 1712 AD
Died: 1757 AD, at 44 years of age.

Nationality: English
Categories: Dramatist

1712 - Born at Abingdon, Berkshire on the 22nd of March.

1753 - He was the author of the domestic tragedy of The Gamester, originally produced with Garrick in the leading character of Beverley the gambler.

1756 - Moore collected his poems under the title of Poems, Fables and Plays.

1757 - He produced clever imitations of John Gay and Thomas Gray, and with the assistance of George, 1st Lord Lyttelton, Lord Chesterfield and Horace Walpole, conducted The World, a weekly periodical on the model of the Rambler.

1757 - Died in Lambeth on the 1st of March.

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