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Sir Archibald Edmonstone (1795–1871)

Edmonstone, Sir Archibald. An English descriptive writer, dramatist, poet, and Pietist; born in London, March 12, 1795; died there, March 13, 1871. He was an extensive traveler, and wrote: ‘A Journey to Two of the Oases of Upper Egypt’ (1822); in addition to which ‘Leonora’ (1832), a tragedy, ‘The Progress of Religion’ (1842), a poem, and ‘The Christian Gentleman’s Daily Walk’ (1840), evince fair talent.