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John O’Keeffe (1747–1833)

O’Keeffe, John. An Irish dramatist; born in Dublin, June 24, 1747; died at Southampton, Feb. 4, 1833. He produced nearly fifty comedies, comic operas, and farces, which were extremely popular. Among the principal ones were: ‘The Castle of Andalusia’; ‘Wild Oats’; ‘The Poor Soldier’; ‘The Young Quaker’; and ‘Peeping Tom.’