David Hughson (c. 1760s – 1820s), which may have been a pen name of Edward Pugh, was a writer on the topography and history of London. He produced a description of the city based on “an actual perambulation” (walk) that was published in six volumes between 1805 and 1809 and contains 150 copper plate engravings principally based on illustrations by Robert Blemmell Schnebbelie and Edward Gyfford.