Author:John Caryll

John Caryll

English poet, dramatist, and diplomatist



  • (tr.) Epistle of Briseïs to Achilles, by Ovid, in Ovid's Epistles, translated by several hands (1680)
  • (tr) First Eclogue, by Virgil, in Miscellany Poems (1683), edited by John Dryden
  • (tr) The Psalmes of David, translated from the Vulgat (1700, anon.)


  • The English Princess, or the Death of Richard III, a tragedy, written in the year 1666, and acted at his Highness the Duke of York's Theatre (1666)
  • Sir Salomon, or the Cautious Coxcomb; a comedy, as it is acted at his Royal Highness the Duke of York's Theatre (1671)

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