Edmund Bohun (1645–1699) was an English writer on history and politics, and a Tory polemicist. He was born in Ringsfield, Suffolk, England and educated at Queens' College, Cambridge. He would begin writing against the Whigs after the Exclusion Crisis of the 1680s. His views - compounded with his unpopularity - would land Bohun briefly in prison. He would emigrate to Carolina, becoming in 1698 the first recorded Chief Justice there. Popular or no, Bohun died of Yellow Fever in 1699.

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