James Long

(1814—1887) missionary and Indian scholar

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A. James Gregor. A Place in the Sun: Marxism and Fascism in China's Long Revolution. Boulder, Colo.: Westview. 2000. Pp. xv, 231. $45.00

LONG, James (1862 - 1928), JP; late Chairman of Cork Harbour Commission; Member of the Governing Body, University College, Cork

Deep in a Dream: The Long Night of Chet Baker. By James Gavin. (New York: Knopf, 2002. 430 pp. $26.95, ISBN 0-679-44287-1.)

James Simpson. Spanish Agriculture: The Long Siesta, 1765–1965. (Cambridge Studies in Modern Economic History, number 3.) New York: Cambridge University Press. 1996. Pp. xx, 316. $59.95

The Long Affair: Thomas Jefferson and the Trench Revolution, 1785–1800. By Conor Cruise O'Brien. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1997. xviii, 367 pp. and Thomas Jefferson and the Changing West: From Conquest to Conservation. Ed. by James P. Ronda. St. Louis: Missouri Historical Society Press, 1997. xx, 204 pp.

MARTIN, Reginald James (1892 - 1970), Retired Bank Manager; writer on coinage and cognate subjects; with National Provincial Bank Ltd, 1911–52; Manager Muswell Hill Branch, 1935–43; Long Acre Branch, 1943–52; Member LCC Banking Consultative Committee (on Educ.), 1938–52 (Chm., 1947–48)


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He went to Calcutta (Kolkata) in 1840 and compiled the first bibliography of Bengali books in 1855 (A Descriptive Catalogue of Bengali Works), which lists more than 1,400 items. Associated with the Calcutta School-Book Society and the Asiatic Society, Long was jailed by the British for one month in 1861 for facilitating the translation of Dīnabandhu Mitra's Nīl-darpaṇ, a play criticizing indigo planters. See also39.

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