This Author liv'd at Shaftesbury, in Dorsetshire, in the Reign of King Charles I. He was an old Cavalier, and by Profession a Doctor of Physick. He writ but one Play, call'd,
Love's Victory; a Tragi-Comedy, 1658. Dedicated to Sir William Portman. This Play was compos'd during the intestine Troubles; and the Powers then in being, having suppress'd the Stage, it was not acted 'till the Year 1678, when it appear'd and was acted under a new Title; call'd, The Wits led by the Nose, or A Poet's Revenge.