WILLIAM WALSH, Son of Joseph Walsh of Aberley in Worcestershire, Esq; became a Gent. Commoner of Wadham Coll. in Easter Term 1678, aged 15 Years, left it without a degree, retired to his native Country, and sometimes to the Great City, and wrote
A Dialogue concerning Women, being a Defence of the Sex. Lon. 1691, oct. It is written to Eugenia the feigned Name, I suppose, of his Mistress, and the Preface to it was written by John Dryden, Esq;
Letters and Poems, amorous and gallant. Lond. 1692. in oct.