John Stuart Blackie (1809-95)

Scottish classical scholar, born in Glasgow. He made great effort to reform the university curriculum at Aberdeen; then, when he became a professor of Greek at Edinburgh, he endeavoured to institute a Celtic chair in 1882. His translation of Faust (1834) won the praise of Carlyle. His other publications are: Lays and Legends of Ancient Greece (1857), Lays of the Highlands and Islands (1872), Life of Robert Burns (1887), Scottish Song (1889), etc. (Y. Y.)

1.The Emigrant Lassie
2.John Frazer
3.The Two Meek Margarets