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o Thomas, was son of the above: born in 1721, at Quilca, in Ireland, educated at Westminster School and Trinity College, Dublin, and led by wayward taste into the theatrical profession, in which he succeeded, being, indeed, a formidable rival to Garrick at one time. Then he became theatrical manager, with ill success. Next, he flourished as a lecturer on elocution. After that, he became manager of Drury Lane Theatre, under his son's lessee ship. Finally, he returned to his lectures on elocu — novelist and dramatist. She wrote "Sidney Biddulph," a novel, which could boast among its warm panegyrists Lord North and Mr. Fox, and "Nourjahad," an Eastern tale, with two plays, "The Dupe" and "The Discovery." The latter was pronounced by Garrick to be "one of the best comedies he ever read." Mrs. Sheridan also wrote a play called "The Trip to Bath," never acted nor published, which, Thomas More says, has been supposed by some to have passed, with her other papers, into the possession of