George Gordon McCrae

George Gordon McCrae (29 May 1833 – 15 August 1927) was an Australian poet.

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Henry Kendall (poet) - Biography
... He was well received by his fellow writers, George Gordon McCrae, Marcus Clarke, Adam Lindsay Gordon and others, but Kendall had none of the qualities of a successful journalist, though ... The poet found that he could not make a living by literature and, probably by the good offices of George Gordon McCrae, a temporary position was found for him in the government statist's office ... One day McCrae was called out into the passage to see Kendall, an agitated, trembling figure who told him he must go, he could not stand it any longer ...

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    Yet, Freedom! yet thy banner, torn, but flying,
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