(William) Garden Blaikie (5 February 1820, in Aberdeen - 11 June 1899) was a Scottish divine, writer, biographer, and temperance reformer. The following text is from the 11th edition (1911) of Encyclopaedia Britannica (now in the Public Domain). Since Blaikie died in 1899, the text is still correct, albeit not entirely relevant. Please edit to make the text more suitable for Wikipedia. His father, James Ogilvie Blaikie, had been the first provost in Aberdeen of the reformed corporation.
Works by W.G. Blaikie
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