A Short Biographical Dictionary of English Literature/Veitch, John

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Veitch, John (1829-1894). -- Philosophic and miscellaneous writer, b. at Peebles, ed. at Univ. and New Coll., Edin., was assistant to Sir Wm. Hamilton (q.v.), 1856-60, Prof. of Logic at St. Andrews, 1860-64, and Glasgow, 1864-94. He was a voluminous and accomplished writer, his works including Lives of Dugald Stewart (1857) and Sir W. Hamilton (1869), Tweed and other Poems (1875), History and Poetry of the Scottish Border (1877), Feeling for Nature in Scottish Poetrypage 392 (1887), Merlin and other Poems (1889), Border Essays (1896), and Dualism and Monism (1895).