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Morison

Morison, James Cotter (1831-88), one of the English Positivists, was educated at Highgate and Oxford. His chief works were The Life and Times of Saint Bernard and The Service of Man. He also collected materials for a history of the French Revolution, but was prevented by ill-health from undertaking it: and he took a leading part in the foundation of the Fortnightly Review.