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A Short Biographical Dictionary of English Literature/Lauder, Sir Thomas Dick

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Lauder, Sir Thomas Dick (1784-1848). -- Novelist and miscellaneous writer, s. of a Scottish baronet, wrote two novels, Lochandhu (1825), and The Wolf of Badenoch (1827), but is best known for his Account of the Great Floods in Morayshire in 1829. He also wrote Legendary Tales of the Highlands, and contributed to scientific journals and magazines.