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William Bell Scott (1811–1890)

Scott, William Bell. A Scottish poet; born near Edinburgh, Sept. 12, 1811; died on Nov. 22, 1890. He was a distinguished painter and archæologist. He published: ‘Hades, and Other Poems’ (1839); ‘The Year of the World: A Philosophical Poem’ (1846); a ‘Memoir’ of his brother David (1850); antiquarian ‘Gleanings in the North of England’ (1849–51); ‘Chorea Sancti Viti’ (1851); ‘Poems’ (1854); another volume of ‘Poems’ (1875).