John Colin Dunlop  

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John Colin Dunlop (circa 1785 - 1842), historian, son of a Lord Provost of Glasgow, Scotland, where and at Edinburgh he was educated, was elected to the Faculty of Advocates in 1807, and became Sheriff of Renfrewshire. He wrote a History of Fiction (1814), a History of Roman Literature to the Augustan Age (1823-28), and Memoirs of Spain during the Reigns of Philip IV. and Charles II. (1834). He also made translations from the Latin Anthology.





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