Author:James Douglas (1753-1819)

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James Douglas

English cleric, antiquarian and artist


  • Travelling Anecdotes, through various parts of Europe (1782)
  • A Dissertation on the Antiquity of the Earth (1785)
  • Two Dissertations on the Brass Instruments called Celts, and other Arms used by the Antients, found in this Island (1785)
  • Nenia Britannica, or a Sepulchral History of Great Britain, from the earliest period to its general conversion to Christianity (1793)
  • "On the Urbs Rutupiæ of Ptolemy, and the Limden-pic of the Saxons" in Bibliotheca Topographica Britannica, volume 1 (1787)
  • Discourses on the Influence of the Christian Religion on Civil Society (1792)


Works about Douglas[edit]

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