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John Moore

(1729—1802) physician and writer


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(1729–1802),

practised as a surgeon until 1772. He then travelled in Europe for several years, publishing accounts of his journeys in 1779, 1781, and 1793. His novels include Zeluco (1786), Edward (1796), and Mordaunt (1800).

Subjects: Literature.


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