THE YOUNGER GEORGE COLMAN THE YOUNGER
\ðə jˈʌŋɡə d͡ʒˈɔːd͡ʒ kˈɒlmən ðə jˈʌŋɡə], \ðə jˈʌŋɡə dʒˈɔːdʒ kˈɒlmən ðə jˈʌŋɡə], \ð_ə j_ˈʌ_ŋ_ɡ_ə dʒ_ˈɔː_dʒ k_ˈɒ_l_m_ə_n ð_ə j_ˈʌ_ŋ_ɡ_ə]\
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An English dramatist and humorous poet; born in London (?), Oct. 21, 1762; died there, Oct. 17, 1836. "The Iron Chest", "John Bull" (for which he received an unprecedentedly large sum), and "The Heir-at-Law", are most widely known among his racy and rather noisy but most laughable comedies. "Broad Grins" and "Poetic Vagaries" are very amusing rhymes.
By Charles Dudley Warner
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