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Richard Cumberland

LOC:    Cumberland, Richard, 1732-1811
NRA:    Cumberland, Richard (1732-1811), dramatist and government official
DNB:    Cumberland, Richard (1732-1811), playwright and novelist
LBT ID: RiCumbe1811    VIAF ID: 76451457    LOC ID: n50019786
B/BAP:   1732-02-19
DIED:   1811-05-07
SOURCES: DNB; Virtual International Authority File; thepeerage.com; LOC Name Authority File
English playwright and man of letters caricatured by Sheridan as “Sir Fretful Plagiary.” Memoirs of Richard Cumberland, written by himself was published in two volumes (1806-07).
REFERENCES TO WORKS BY Richard Cumberland:
The Brothers: a Comedy.
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Calvary; or, the Death of Christ. A Poem, in Eight Books.
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The Carmelite: a Tragedy.
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Curtius rescued from the Gulph, or, the Retort Courteous to the Rev. Dr. Parr, in answer to his Learned Pamphlet, intitled, "A Sequel," etc..
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The Exodiad, a Poem. By the Authors of Calvary and Richard the First.
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First Love: a Comedy.
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The Jew: a Comedy.
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John de Lancaster. A Novel.
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A Melo-dramatic Piece, being an occasional attempt to commemorate the Death and Victory of Lord Viscount Nelson.
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Memoirs, containing an Account of his Life and Writings, interspersed with Anecdotes and Characters of several of the most distinguished Persons of his Time.
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The Observer: being a Collection of Moral, Literary and Familiar Essays.
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The Posthumous Dramatic Works.
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The West Indian: a Comedy.
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The Wheel of Fortune: a Comedy.
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