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James Grant

(1822—1887) novelist and writer on history


'James Grant' can also refer to...

James Grant (1840—1885) antiquary

Grant James

James Grant (1743—1835) advocate

James Grant (1802—1879) newspaper editor and historian

James Grant (1706—1778) vicar apostolic of the lowland district

James Grant (b. 1964)

James Grant (1750—1808) East India Company servant and author

Sir James of Grant Grant (1738—1811) agricultural improver and politician

William James Grant (1829—1866) history painter

Grant, William James (1829)

Grant, James Benton

Grantly, Charles James

James Augustus Grant (1827—1892) explorer in Africa

James Macpherson Grant (1822—1885) politician and land reformer in Australia

James of Ballindalloch Grant (1720—1806) army officer and colonial governor

James William Grant (1788—1865) astronomer

Sir James Hope Grant (1808—1875) army officer

James Cuninghame Grant Duff (1789—1858) army officer in the East India Company and historian

Grant, James (1822–1887)

 

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