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Robert Gilfillan (1798–1850)

Gilfillan, Robert. A Scotch poet; born in Dumfermline, July 7, 1798; died at Leith, Dec. 4, 1850. His verse is very popular wherever hearts “warm to the tartan”; and his ‘Original Songs’ (1831) ran through three editions, the best pieces in the collection being ‘The Exile’s Song,’ ‘Peter McCraw,’ and ‘In the Days o’ Langsyne.’