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Henry Mackenzie
also called Addison of the North and has one more synonym

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  1. a Scottish novelist and miscellaneous writer, was born in Edinburgh

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  2. born August, 1745

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  3. died on January 14, 1831

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  4. also known by the sobriquet "Addison of the North." His father, Joshua Mackenzie, was a distinguished physician, and his mother, Margaret Rose, belonged to an old Nairnshire family

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  5. Mackenzie was educated at the Royal High School and the University of Edinburgh, and was then articled to George Inglis of Redhall, who was attorney for the crown in the management of exchequer business

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