Ebenezer Forrest (fl. 1774), was an English attorney.
Forrest's opera Momus turn'd Fabulist, or Vulcan's Wedding, was performed at the Lincoln's Inn Theatre on 3 December 1729 and some subsequent nights. He also wrote An Account of what seemed most remarkable in the five days’ peregrination of the five following persons, viz. Messrs. Tothall, Scott, Hogarth, Thornhill, and F. Begun on Saturday, 27 May 1732, and finished on the 31st of the same month, London, 1782 (illustrated with plates by Hogarth). It was reprinted with William Gostling's Hudibrastic version, London, 1872.
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