John Marius Wilson was a British writer and an editor, most notable for his gazetteers. The (published 1870–72), was a substantial topographical dictionary in six volumes. It was a companion to his Imperial Gazetteer of England and Wales , published 1854–57. Imperial Gazetteer of Scotland
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The Farmer's Dictionary or a cyclopedia of agriculture in all its departments, principles, methods, recent improvements and business affairs as taught and practice by the most distinguished British agriculturists of the present day. (n.d.)
(1847–49) The Rural Cyclopedia: or a general dictionary of agriculture, and of the arts, sciences, instruments, and practice, necessary to the farmer, stockfarmer, gardener, forester, landsteward, farrier, &c.
(1850) The Potato, its diseases, uses, etc.
A Memoir of Field-marshal, the Duke of Wellington; with interspersed notices of his principal associates in council, and companions and opponents in arms (1853–54)
The Imperial Gazetteer of Scotland : or, Dictionary of Scottish topography 2 vols. (1854–57)
Landscapes of Interesting Localities mentioned in the Holy Scriptures ... (1855)
The Divine Architect, or The wonders of creation (1857)
(1858) The land of Scott; or, Tourists' guide to Abbotsford, the country of the Tweed and its tributaries, and St. Mary's loch
(1859) Earth, Sea, and Sky; or, The hand of God in the works of nature
The Imperial Gazetteer of England and Wales; embracing recent changes in counties etc.; and forming a complete description of the country (1870–72)
(1885) Nature, Man, and God: a contrib. to the scientific teaching of to-day