John Johnstone

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Standard Name: Johnstone, John,, 1779 - 1857

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death Christian Isobel Johnstone
CIJ died at her Edinburgh home, of bronchitis and heart disease; her husband followed her only about two months later.
Feminist Companion Archive.
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray, Brian Harrison, and Lawrence Goldman, editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
Employer Christian Isobel Johnstone
They edited the Inverness Courier together from October 1817 (at a joint annual salary of a hundred pounds). From 1827 CIJ was the editor, while her husband and William Blackwood were owners, of the Edinburgh...
Family and Intimate relationships Christian Isobel Johnstone
Seven months after her divorce, Christian Isobel McLiesh married John Johnstone , then a schoolmaster at Dunfermline in Fife, who later ran a printing business.
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray, Brian Harrison, and Lawrence Goldman, editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
Perkins, Pamela. Women Writers and the Edinburgh Enlightenment. Rodopi, 2010.
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Residence Christian Isobel Johnstone
CIJ moved with her husband from Dunfermline to Inverness soon after their marriage, and in 1823 or 1824 to Edinburgh, where John ran a printing business at 19 St James's Street.
Perkins, Pamela. Women Writers and the Edinburgh Enlightenment. Rodopi, 2010.
215
Textual Production Christian Isobel Johnstone
CIJ was involved in a number of journalistic endeavours with her husband . She applied her skills when they jointly edited the Inverness Courier, which she made into a literary journal, then on her...

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