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Alexander Smith (1830–1867)

Smith, Alexander. A Scottish poet; born in Kilmarnock, Dec. 31, 1830; died at Wardie near Edinburgh, Jan. 5, 1867. Among his works, ‘A Life Drama’ (1853), attracted great attention. He wrote: ‘Sonnets of the War,’ with Sydney Dobell (1855); ‘City Poems’ (1857); ‘Edwin of Deira’ (1861); also the prose works ‘Dreamthorpe’ (1863), ‘A Summer in Skye’ (1865), ‘Alfred Hagart’s Household’ (1866), and ‘Miss Oona McQuarrie’ (1866).