James Little

[physician] Dr. James Little (21 January 1837 – 23 December 1916) was an eminent Irish medical practitioner. After spending an early part of his career as a ship`s surgeon, surviving a shipwreck, he became chief physician at the Adelaide Hospital in Dublin and Regius Professor of Physic at the University of Dublin. ==Early life== Little w...
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James Little

[British politician] James Little (1868–1 April 1946) was a unionist politician in Northern Ireland. Little studied at Queen`s College and Assembly College in Belfast before being ordained as a Presbyterian clergyman in 1900. He was elected for the Ulster Unionist Party (UUP) at the Down by-election, 1939, but was upset when he was put up...
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James Little

[shepherd] James Little (22 October 1834–31 October 1921) was a New Zealand shepherd and sheep breeder. He was born in Powbeat, Midlothian, Scotland on 22 October 1834. ...
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James Little

[sports administrator] James Little (Niuean names: Tote Lahi (`Big Little`) or Papa Jima) (born 1932 in Auckland, New Zealand) is a former public servant and former sports administrator in Niue. ==Early life== Little was born in Auckland and was educated at St Peter`s College, Auckland. ==Public Service== Little joined the New Zealand Publi...
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James Little

[US politician] James Little was a member of the Wisconsin State Assembly in 1859. His grandson, Emery Crosby, was also a member of the Assembly. ...
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