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George MacDonald (1824–1905)

Macdonald, George. A noted Scottish novelist and poet; born at Huntley, 1824; died at London, Sept. 18, 1905. He was originally an Independent minister, but became a lay member of the Church of England. He has lectured in this country (1872–73). Among his best-known novels are: ‘David Elginbrod’ (1862); ‘Annals of a Quiet Neighborhood’ (1866); ‘Robert Falconer’ (1868). He published poems in 1855, 1857, 1864, 1868, and 1882. (See Critical and Biographical Introduction).