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Isaac Pocock (1782–1835)

Pocock, Isaac. An English playwright; born at Bristol, 1782; died in 1835. Among his most successful productions were: ‘John of Paris,’ comic opera (1814); ‘Zembuca; or, The Net-Maker,’ holiday piece (1815); ‘The Robber’s Wife,’ romantic drama (1829); ‘King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table,’ Christmas spectacle (1834).