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Guy Humphrey McMaster (1829–1887)

McMaster, Guy Humphrey. An American poet; born in Clyde, NY, Jan. 31, 1829; died in Bath, Steuben County, NY, Sept. 13, 1887. At nineteen he wrote: ‘Carmen Bellicosum,’ better known as ‘The Old Continentals,’ published in the Knickerbocker Magazine, and very popular. Aside from the above, his best-known poems are: ‘A Dream of Thanksgiving Eve’ (1864); ‘The Professor’s Guest Chamber’ (1880); ‘The Commanders’ (1887).