- Col·ley [kol-ee] /ˈkɒl i/, 1671–1757, English actor and dramatist: poet laureate 1730–57.
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Haslewood believed it to have been the production of Messrs. Cibber and Shiels.
Cibber's own letters are as lively as Mrs. Pilkington's report of his talk.Hours in a Library, Volume I. (of III.)
Cibber and others, as you know, wanted to alter Shakespeare.Short Studies on Great Subjects
James Anthony Froude
Where has Cibber been all the while, and what has he been doing?
Pope disliked and satirised her severely; on the other hand, Cibber worshipped her.The Beaux-Stratagem
- Colley (ˈkɒlɪ). 1671–1757, English actor and dramatist; poet laureate (1730–57)
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