John Cunningham

(c. 1729—1773) poet

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(1729–1773), playwright. Born in Dublin, he began by writing songs, and then produced Love in a Mist (1747), a farce. Cunningham went to England as an actor, and published Poems Chiefly Pastoral (1766).

From The Concise Oxford Companion to Irish Literature in Oxford Reference.

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