Alexander Wilson

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Scottish ornithologist in the United States (1766-1813)


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Born in Seedhill in 1766, Alexander Wilson revealed early prowess as a poet, writer and naturalist.
Glasgow University Library has recently acquired a manuscript notebook by Paisley poet-in-exile, Alexander Wilson (1766-1813).
Burtt and Davis, Jr bring more evidence to support Scottish poet and labor activist, Alexander Wilson, as the real Father of American Ornithology, not John James Audubon.
The firm's first factory started out as Alexander Wilson & Co in 1857, manufacturing machinery ranging from pumps to steam-power marine engines.
"Humans and nature construct one another," Alexander Wilson writes.
John Quincy Adams, Charles Brockden Brown, Alexander Wilson, Thomas G.
I enjoyed a lovely afternoon remembering my late friend and Sunday Mail columnist Craig Alexander Wilson.
The event, Paisley's Industrial and Cultural Heritage, is taking place tomorrow from 9.30am to 4.30pm at the Alexander Wilson Suite at Paisley Town Hall.
The following cases were heard at Cardiff Magistrates' Court: | | Luke Alexander Wilson Campbell, 23, from Telford Street in Riverside, Cardiff, admitted jointly stealing meat and washing products from Co-op.
Howard Thomas, Alexander Wilson (both Singapore Management U.), and Lynne Thomas, a counselor and coach in Britain, mark the 40th birthday of the Brussels-based European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD) with a two volume set.
Leon Alexander Wilson, of Holays, in Dalton, died on April 19 this year.
Alexander Wilson, labourer, no fixed abode, who was charged at Coventry Police Court, yesterday, with stealing on April 7 a wallet and contents valued at 7s.
Wilson wrote Alexander Wilson, Poet-Naturalist (1906).