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Harrison Weir (1824–1906)

Weir, Harrison William. An English illustrator and writer for young people; born at Lewes, May 5, 1824; died on Jan. 4, 1906. He was noted for his engravings of animals. He wrote: ‘The Poetry of Nature’ (1865); ‘Funny Dogs with Funny Tales’; ‘The Adventures of a Bear’; ‘Bird Stories’; ‘Our Cats’; etc.; some of which he illustrated himself.