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John Wilson 
Scottish advocate, literary critic and author (1785-1854)
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Date of birth18 May 1785
Paisley
Date of death3 April 1854
Edinburgh
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Pseudonym
  • Christopher North
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Father
  • John Wilson of Paisley
Mother
  • Margaret Sym
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Child
  • Margaret Wilson
Spouse
  • Jane Penny (1811–Unknown)
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  • Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh
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John Wilson (18 May 1785 - 3 April 1854) was a Scottish writer, the writer most frequently identified with the pseudonym Christopher North of Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine.

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