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Henry Mackenzie (1745–1831)

Mackenzie, Henry. A Scotch novelist, essayist, and miscellaneous writer; born at Edinburgh, Aug. 1745; died there, Jan. 14, 1831. He was a lawyer at Edinburgh; was appointed comptroller of taxes in 1804. His novels are: ‘The Man of Feeling’ (1771),—by far his most famous work, and still remembered in the class with Sterne; ‘The Man of the World’ (1773); ‘Julia de Roubigné’ (1777).