Joseph Stirling Coyne (1803 - 1868)
Joseph Stirling Coyne (1803–1868) was a humorist and satirist in the tradition of Jonathan Swift and Alexander Pope. One of the most prolific British playwrights of the mid-nineteenth century, he wrote more than sixty plays; his twenty-seven farces are surpassed in number only by John Maddison Morton's ninety-one and T. J. Williams's thirty. As a journalist Coyne contributed humorous pieces to many widely circulated journals and newspapers.
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