John Wilson (Scottish writer)

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John Wilson

John Wilson (18 May 17853 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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  • Music is the universal language of mankind.
    • Nocted Ambrosianae (1822-5)

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  • You did late review my lays,
    Crusty Christopher;
    You did mingle blame and praise,
    Rusty Christopher.
    When I learnt from whom it came,
    I forgave you all the blame,
    Musty Christopher;
    I could _not_ forgive the praise,
    Fusty Christopher.

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