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Walter Smith

Smith, Walter Chalmers (1824–1908). Born in Aberdeen and educated there and at Edinburgh, was a minister of the Free Church of Scotland at Orwell, Glasgow, and Edinburgh successively, a distinguished preacher and a man of kindly nature and catholic sympathies. He attained considerable reputation as a poet. Among his works are The Bishop’s Walk (1861), Olrig Grange (1872), Hilda among the Broken Gods (1878), Raban (1880), Kildrostan (1884), and A Heretic (1890). Some of these were written under the names of “Orwell” and Hermann Kunst. He received the degrees of D.D. and LL.D.

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