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Isaac Bickerstaffe or Bickerstaff (26 September 1733? - 1812?) was an Irish playwright. He was in early life a page to Lord Chesterfield when Lord Lieutenant of Ireland. He served as an ensign and then 2nd lieutenant in the Northumberland Fusiliers. He arrived in London in 1755 and produced many successful comedies based on Marivaux and other French playwrights and opera librettos. With Thomas Arne he wrote Love in a Village (1762), the first English comic opera.
I care for nobody, not I, If no one cares for me. [+]
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