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John Wilson

(1785—1854) author and journalist


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(1785–1854)

Tory satirist, journalist, and poet. He enjoyed a brilliant university career at Glasgow and Oxford, and as a young man was a friend of William Wordsworth and S. T. ...

Subjects: literature.


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