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Andrew Park (1807–1863)

Park, Andrew. A Scotch poet; born at Renfrew, March 7, 1807; died at Glasgow, Dec. 27, 1863. After an Oriental tour he published ‘Egypt and the East’ (1856). His poems are: ‘The Vision of Mankind’; ‘The Bridegroom and the Bride’ (1834); ‘Silent Love,’ a graceful poem (1843); ‘Veritas’ (1849), a poem of an autobiographical character.