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Steele

 (stēl), Sir Richard 1672-1729.
Irish-born English writer of plays and essays who founded and edited The Tatler (1709-1711) and, with Joseph Addison, The Spectator (1711-1712).

Steele

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(Biography) Sir Richard. 1672–1729, British essayist and dramatist, born in Ireland; with Joseph Addison he was the chief contributor to the periodicals The Tatler (1709–11) and The Spectator (1711–12)

Steele

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Sir Richard, 1672–1729, British essayist, playwright, and political leader; born in Ireland.
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2000: Archaeologists announced they'd uncovered the skull of 18th century publisher Sir Richard Steele.