James Grant

[Texas] James Grant (1793–1836) was a 19th-century Texas politician, physician and military participant in the Texas Revolution. ==Early life== James Grant was born on July 28, 1793, in Killearnan Parish, Ross-shire, Scotland. In 1823, he traveled to northern Mexico, ending up in Texas. He became interested in real estate and purchased an...
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James Grant

[finance] James Grant (born 1946) is an American writer and publisher. The founder of Grant`s Interest Rate Observer, a twice-monthly journal of the financial markets, he is the author of Money of the Mind (1992), The Trouble with Prosperity (1996), John Adams: Party of One (2005) and Mr. Speaker: The Life and Times of Thomas B. Reed, the M...
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James Grant

[Scottish bishop] James Grant (1706–1778) was a Roman Catholic bishop who served as the Vicar Apostolic of the Lowland District of Scotland. Born in Wester Boggs, Enzie, Banffshire in July 1706, he was ordained a priest on 4 April 1733. He was appointed the coadjutor Vicar Apostolic of the Lowland District and Titular Bishop of Sinitis by...
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James Grant

[musician] James Grant is a Scottish musician, singer and songwriter. ==Friends Again== James Grant`s music career began in 1982 as songwriter and guitarist in Friends Again, alongside Chris Thomson, later of The Bathers. The group had minor hit singles with `State of Art`, `Sunkissed` and `Honey at the Core`. They released a self-titled EP...
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James Grant

[Waterloo] Major-General James Grant C.B. (1778 – 5 April 1852) was the son of James Grant of Dalvey, of the line of the Baronets Grant of Dalvey, Elgin, themselves an offshoot of Grant of Grant. He was born in Middlesex in 1778. ==Army career== He joined the Army in 1797 and served 5 years in India with the 25th Regiment of Foot. He saw ...
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James Grant

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James Grant

James Grant was a British soldier. He was born in 1720 and died in 1806. He met with a severe defeat in command of an expedition against Fort Duquesne in 1758. He commanded two brigades of British troops at Long Island, and was in command of New Jersey during the battles of Trenton and Princeton. He served as a major-general in the battles of Brand...
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James Grant

[newspaper editor] James Grant (1802, Elgin, Moray – 23 May 1879, London) was a British newspaper editor. Grant helped to found the Elgin Courier in 1827, editing it until 1833. Moving to London, he worked on the Standard, the Morning Chronicle and the Morning Advertiser. He also edited the London Saturday Journal (1839-1841) and Grant`s ...
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James Grant

[artist] James Edward Grant (May 25, 1924 – August 14, 1997) was a painter and sculptor most active from the late 1950s into the early 1970s. Best known for his sculptural work in plastics, this work by no means defined him, but was rather a natural endpoint of an exploration into increased dimensionality—starting from abstract canvases...
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James Grant

[author] James Grant (1822–1887) was a Scottish novelist and miscellaneous writer. Grant was born in Edinburgh, Scotland, and was a distant relation of Sir Walter Scott. He was a prolific author, writing some 90 books, including many yellow-backs. Titles included Adventures of an Aide-de-camp, One of `The six hundred`, The Scottish musket...
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James Grant

[general] === Requesting an assessment === If you have made significant changes to an article and would like an outside opinion on a new rating for it, please feel free to list it below. ====MLL/NLL teams==== Where do all the MLL and NLL team articles stand on the scale of importance? I would say low or mid and if I had to choose I would sa...
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James Grant

[disambiguation] A sample of `Ageispolis` from Aphex Twin`s album Selected Ambient Works 85-92. This sample is believed to be fair use of the source material in the context of the article Aphex Twin: ==Rationale of fair use for audio sample== This is a sound sample from a commercial recording. Its inclusion here is claimed as fair use becau...
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James Grant

[Iowa politician] James Grant (December 12, 1812 – March 14, 1891) was an American lawyer, statesman, and business leader in Davenport, Iowa. James was born on his family`s plantation near Enfield in Halifax County, North Carolina on December 12, 1812. He attended the State University at Chapel Hill (now the University of North Carolina) ...
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James Grant

[navigator] James Grant (1772 – 11 November 1833) was a British Royal Navy officer and navigator in the early nineteenth century. He made several voyages to Australia and Tasmania, and was the first to map parts of the south coast of Australia. ==Early life== Grant was baptized on 6 September 1772 at Forres, Morayshire, Scotland. He was e...
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James Grant

[British Army officer] Battle of La Vigie | battles_label = | awards = | relations = | laterwork = ==Early career== Grant was born on the family estate of Ballindalloch in Banffshire in the Northeast of Scotland. He began his military career by purchasing a commission as captain in the Royal Scots on October 24, 1744. The regiment was shipp...
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James Grant

[aviator] ==Early life== James Grant was born in Argyll, Scotland, the United Kingdom in 1899. He was living in Sandbank, Argyll and Bute when he enlisted into military service. ==World War I heroism== James Grant had gained the rank of Sergeant Mechanic with No. 57 Squadron RAF when he flew as an observer/gunner from March to September 191...
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James Grant

[rugby] James Grant is an Australian rugby footballer who played international rugby union and played rugby league professionally in England and Australia. ==Early years== Grant attended Canowindra Central School and St. Stanislaus College in Bathurst where he made the school`s first XV. ==Playing career== He joined the Orange City rugby un...
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James Grant

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James Grant

[Australian bishop] James Alexander Grant is a retired Anglican bishop who was the Dean of Melbourne from 1985 to 1999. Grant was educated at the University of Melbourne and ordained in 1960. After curacies in Murrumbeena and Broadmeadows he was the chaplain to the Archbishop of Melbourne from 1966 until his consecration as a coadjutor bish...
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James Grant

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James Grant

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James Grant

[MP] Edna Fearon (of Wallasey, UK) models the Marcel Wave ...
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