Macleod, Norman

Macleod, Norman məkloudˈ [key], 1812–72, Scottish clergyman. He was one of the foremost preachers of his time and was also noted for his work among the poor of Glasgow. He was editor (1860–72) of Good Words, to which he contributed many stories. His works include Eastward (1866) and Reminiscences of a Highland Parish (1867).

See the memoir (1876) by his brother, D. Macleod.

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