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John Park (1804–1865)

Park, John. A Scotch poet; born at Greenock, Jan. 14, 1804; died at St. Andrews, April 8, 1865. He wrote many songs which have become popular favorites, among them ‘O gin I were where Gadie rins,’ and ‘The Miller’s Daughter.’ His songs were not published till after his death; then also was published a volume of his ‘Lectures and Sermons’ (1865).