Alexander Wilson


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Scottish ornithologist in the United States (1766-1813)

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Glasgow University Library has recently acquired a manuscript notebook by Paisley poet-in-exile, Alexander Wilson (1766-1813).
SPRAY DAY Craig Alexander Wilson wields the gun on Angela Duguid and, inset, Stephanie Jayne
To mark the bicentenary year of Alexander Wilson (1766-1813), Alexander Maitland's tribute to the expatriate Scottish poet, reformer and pack-man highlights his pioneering seven-volume The American Ornithology, which pre-dated Audubon's work by two decades.
The firm's first factory started out as Alexander Wilson & Co in 1857, manufacturing machinery ranging from pumps to steam-power marine engines.
If that is not enough, like Lewis' good friend, ornithologist Alexander Wilson, we can "shed a tear in the solitary wilderness" of our own heart.
Humans and nature construct one another," Alexander Wilson writes.
John Quincy Adams, Charles Brockden Brown, Alexander Wilson, Thomas G.
FIRESTARTER Alexander Wilson used nail varnish remover to feed the flames as he torched a woman's home.
Alexander Wilson (below) died during an afternoon nap at his home in Chester on Wednesday afternoon.
Wilson wrote Alexander Wilson, Poet-Naturalist (1906).
CRAIG ALEXANDER WILSON Fast-acting products from Fake Bake will give you a quick, natural glow, says Craig Alexander Wilson, beauty says Craig Alexander Wilson, beauty editor of our sister paper editor of our sister paper the Sunday Mail.
The car firm's first factory started out as Alexander Wilson & Co in 1857, manufacturing machinery ranging from pumps to steam-power marine engines.
Friends and fans of the late Sunday Mail columnist Craig Alexander Wilson, I have a very important date for your diary.