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1729, when he died, aged 57, at his House'in SurryStreet, in the trand, and on the 26th following was buried in Westminster-Abbey, the Pall being supported by Perfuns of the first Dittinction.
His dramatic Pieces are seven in Number, and their Titles as follow:
1. Old Batchelor. C.
Quem tulit ad Scenam ventoso gloria curru,
Horat. Lib. II. Epift. i.