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Quin, Walterlocked

(c. 1575–1641)
  • Sidney Lee
  • , revised by J. K. McGinley


Quin, Walter (c. 1575–1641), poet and royal tutor, was born in Dublin. He was apparently studying at Edinburgh University when, in 1595, he was presented to James VI, who was charmed with his manner. He further recommended himself to the king by giving him some poetic anagrams of his own composition on ...

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