Buchanan, Robert (b. 1841)

Buchanan, Robert, a writer in prose and verse, born in Warwickshire, educated at Glasgow University; his first work, “Undertones,” a volume of verse published by him in 1863, and he has since written a goodly number of poems, some of them of very high merit, the last “The Wandering Jew,” which attacks the Christian religion; besides novels, has written magazine articles, and one in particular, which involved him in some trouble; (b. 1841).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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