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James Sinclair

(1821—1881) scientific dilettante


'James Sinclair' can also refer to...

James Sinclair (1688—1762) army officer

James Patrick Sinclair (b. 1928)

Sinclair, James Patrick (1928– )

Sinclair, Alexander James Richard (born 1981)

Ross, [James] Sinclair (1908–1996)

Ross, [James] Sinclair (1908–1996)

Sinclair [St Clair], James (1687/1688-1762), army officer

Sinclair, James, fourteenth earl of Caithness (1821-1881), scientific dilettante

SANDISON, James Sinclair (born 1936), freelance financial and management consultant, 1998–2000

ALEXANDER-SINCLAIR of Freswick, James Boyd (born 1959), garden designer, writer, lecturer and broadcaster

McFARLANE, James Sinclair (1925 - 2012), Director General, Engineering Employers’ Federation, 1982–89

SINCLAIR, Charles James Francis (born 1948), Chairman, Associated British Foods plc, since 2009 (non-executive Director, since 2008)

BAXTER, James Sinclair (died 1933), Regius Professor of Law, University of Dublin; Professor of English Law, Queen’s University, Belfast, since 1900

Sinclair, Henry (1861 - 1929), ADC General to the King, 1920–24; Master Gunner, St James’ Park, since 1926

SINCLAIR, James (1832 - 1910), Hon. Physician to the King; Surgeon Major-General, Army Medical Staff; retired pay

McGOWEN, James Sinclair Taylor (1855 - 1922), Prime Minister and Colonial Treasurer, New South Wales, 1910–13

Sinclair, James Roderick (1906 - 1965), DL; JP, Factor for HM the Queen’s Balmoral and Birkhall Estates, since 1955; Col, The Gordon Highlanders; Representative Peer for Scotland, 1950–63; Member, Royal Company of Archers (Queen’s Body Guard for Scotland)

Charles E. Ives, Symphony No. 4. Edited by William Brooks, James B. Sinclair, Kenneth Singleton, and Wayne D. Shirley.Charles Ives Society Performance Edition, 2011. Realized and edited by Thomas M. Brodhead.

 
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