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John Strang (1795–1863)

Strang, John. A Scotch miscellaneous writer; born at Glasgow, 1795; died there, Dec. 8, 1863. He wrote: ‘Glasgow and its Clubs,’ containing notes of local history, anecdotes, etc.; ‘Life of Theodore Koerner,’ the German poet, with translations of some of his lyrics; ‘Germany in 1831’; and ‘Traveling Notes of an Invalid in Search of Health.’ He translated also from the German, ‘Tales of Humor and Romance.’