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Francisco Acuña de Figueroa (1791–1862)

Acuña de Figueroa, Francisco (fē-gā-rō’ä). A Uruguayan poet; born in Montevideo, 1791; died there, Oct. 6, 1862. A civil-service post afforded him leisure to prepare his ‘Poetic Mosaic’ (1857), a verse collection, and his more notable ‘Paraphrases of the Psalms,’ and ‘The Toráidas,’ a series of Paraguayan notes. He is the author of the ‘National Hymn of Uruguay.’