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18181896
a Scottish born Canadian poet, who was active in the mid nineteenth century and wrote in both Scottish dialect and poetic convention of the homesickness of Scottish immigrants to Canada. Both his contemporary and later critics have called him “the Canadian Robert Burns”, an earlier Scottish national poet who also authored Scottish traditional verse. McLachlan’s bound verse includes the titles The Spirit of Love (1846), Lyrics (1858)
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