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Patrick Fraser Tytler (1791–1849)

Tytler, Patrick Fraser. A Scottish historian and biographer, son of Alexander F.; born in Edinburgh, Aug. 30, 1791; died at Great Malvern, England, Dec. 24, 1849. His principal works were: Lives of James Crichton of Cluny, commonly called “The Admirable Crichton” (1819), Sir Thomas Craig of Riccarton (1823), and John Wicklyff (1826); ‘Scottish Worthies’ (1832–33); ‘Sir Walter Raleigh’ (1833); ‘An Historical View of the Progress of Discovery on the Northern Coasts of America,’ etc. (1832); ‘History of Scotland from 1149 to the Union of the Crowns in 1613’ (9 vols., 1828–43; 5th ed. 1866).