Isaac McLellan, Jr., b. about 1810, at Portland, Maine, graduated at Bowdoin College, 1826, practiced law in Boston for a few years, and subsequently withdrew to the country and engaged in agricultural pursuits. 1. The Fall of the Indian, with other Poems, Bost., 1830, 12mo. 2. The Year, and other Poems, 1832. 3. Miscellaneous Poems, 1844. 4. Journal of a Residence in Scotland and a Tour through England, France, &c.; compiled from the Manuscripts of H. B. MacLellan, 1834, 12mo. See Grisworld's Poets and Poetry of America, 16th ed., Phila, 1855, 454; Blackw. Mag. xxxiii. 996.