Dodsley, Robert (17031764)

Dodsley, Robert, an English poet, dramatist, and publisher; wrote a drama called “The Toyshop,” which, through Pope's influence, was acted in Drury Lane with such success as to enable the author to commence business as a bookseller in Pall Mall; projected and published the Miscellany, and continued to write plays, the most popular “Cleone”; is best known in connection with his “Collection of Old Plays”; he was a patron of Johnson, and much esteemed by him (17031764).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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