Craik, George Little (17991866)

Craik, George Little, an English author, born in Fife, educated at St. Andrews; settled early in London as a littérateur; was associated with Charles Knight in his popular literary undertakings; was author of the “Pursuit of Knowledge under Difficulties,” and the “History of English Literature and Learning”; edited “Pictorial History of England,” contributed to “Penny Cyclopædia,” and became professor of English Literature, Queen's College, Belfast (17991866).

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

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