Mackenzie, Henry (17451831)

Mackenzie, Henry, novelist, born in Edinburgh; bred to law; author of “The Man of Feeling,” “The Man of the World,” and “Julia de Roubigné,” written in a sentimental style; held the office of Controller of Taxes in Scotland by favour of Pitt (17451831).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Mackenzie, Sir George * Mackenzie River
Macedonia
Macedonians
Macfarren, Sir George Alexander
Machiavelli, Niccolo
Machiavellism
M'Ivor, Flora
Mack, Karl
Mackay, Charles
Mackenzie, Sir Alexander Campbell
Mackenzie, Sir George
Mackenzie, Henry
Mackenzie River
M'Kinley, William
Mackintosh, Sir James
Maclaren, Ian
Maclaurin, Colin
Macleod, Norman
Maclise, Daniel
Macmahon, Duke of Magenta
Macpherson, James
Macramé Lace