Author:James Drake

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James Drake

English political writer, playwright and doctor.

James Drake


  • The Sham Lawyer, or the Lucky Extravagant (1697)
  • Commendatory Verses upon the Author of Prince Arthur and King Arthur (1697), co-authored with Sir R. Blackmore
  • The History of the Last Parliament (1702)
  • Historia Anglo-Scotica (1703)
  • The Memorial of the Church of England, humbly offered to the consideration of all true lovers of our Church and Constitution (1704), co-authored with Mr. Poley
  • Anthropologia Nova, or a New System of Anatomy (1707)
  • Orationes Tres (1742)

Works about Drake[edit]

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