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Robert Anderson (1770–1833)

Anderson, Robert (än’der-sen). An English dialect poet; born in Carlisle, Feb. 1, 1770; died there, Sept. 26, 1833. He was a mill-hand who produced delightfully humorous and gracefully pathetic verse in his native Cumbrian dialect; typical examples being ‘The Impatient Lass,’ ‘Lucy Gray,’ and ‘The Lass abuin Thirty.’