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Henry Bristow Wilson (1803–1888)

Wilson, Henry Bristow. An English clergyman and educator; born in London, 1803; died at Lee, Kent, Aug. 10, 1888. He was professor of Anglo-Saxon at Oxford. He was one of the seven authors of the famous volume of ‘Essays and Reviews’ (1860); his contribution being ‘The National Church.’ He wrote: ‘The Communion of Saints: An Attempt to Illustrate the Principles of Church Union’ (1851), the Bampton lecture contributed to ‘Oxford Essays’; etc.