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Cromwell, b. 1659, was a cousin of the Protector Oliver Cromwell and a friend of Alexander Pope. Richard Duke, 1658-1711, joined with Dryden and other poets in a translation of the satires of Juvenal and Persius. Laurence Eusden, 1688-1730, became Poet Laureate in 1718. He was one of the translators in the joint edition of the Metamorphoses published in 1751 and now known as "Garth's Metamorphoses." Charles Hopkins, 1664-1700, published The History of Love — A Poem: In a Letter to a Lady in 1695. It includes tales adapted from Ovid's Metamorphoses and Heroides. Thomas Rymer, 1641-1713, was a literary critic who wrote on tragedy. He also published the Foedera, a collection of the treaties and diplomatic documents of the British government from A.D. 1100 to A.D. 1700. Sir Charles Sedley, 1639?-1701, wrote a tragedy on Antony and Cleopatra as well as several collections of lyric poems. George Stepney, 1663-1707, was also one of the translators of Latin satires. John Wilmot, Earl of Ro