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James Cotter Morison (1832–1888)

Morison, James Augustus Cotter. An English biographer and essayist; born in London, 1832; died on Feb. 26, 1888. He was a Positivist in philosophy, and one of the founders of the Fortnightly Review. He wrote: ‘Life and Times of St. Bernard’ (3d ed. 1877); lives of Gibbon, Macaulay, and Madame de Maintenon; ‘The Service of Man: An Essay toward the Religion of the Future’ (2d ed. 1887); etc.