Author:James Grant (1822-1887)

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James Grant
James Grant


  • The Romance of War (1845)
  • Adventures of an Aide-de-Camp (1848)
  • Harry Ogilvie: or, The Black Dragoons (1856)
  • Frank Hilton, or, "The Queen's Own" (1861)
  • The Captain of the Guard (1862)
  • Bothwell; or, The Days of Mary Queen of Scots (18xx), in 3 vols)
  • The Yellow Frigate (1855)
  • Colville of the Guards (1885)
  • The Cameronians: a novel (1881)
  • The Girl He Married: a novel (1869)
  • The Dead Tryst (1874)
  • Derval Hampton: a story of the sea (1881)
  • Dick Rodney: or The Adventures of an Eton boy (1881)
  • Did She Love Him? A novel (1876)
  • Dulcie Carlyon: a novel (1886)
  • Cassell's History of the War in the Sudan (1885-1886)
  • British battles on land and sea (1897)
  • Cassell's Illustrated History of India (1876-77)
  • Cassell's Old and new Edinburgh: its history, its people, and its places (1883)
  • The Cavaliers of Fortune (1858)
  • The Clans of Scotland; an introductory account of Celtic Scotland, clanship, chiefs, their dress, arms, etc., and with historical notes of each clan (1886)
  • The Constable of France; and other military historiettes (1866)
  • First Love and Last Love; a Tale of the Indian Mutiny (1869)
  • The Highlanders of Glen Ora (1857)
  • Jack Chaloner, or, The Fighting Forty-third
  • Jack Manly, his adventures by sea and land
  • Jane Seton: or, The king's advocate, a Scottish historical romance (1853)
  • The King's own borderers: a military romance (1865)
  • Lady Wedderburn's wish: a tale of the Crimean War (1870)
  • Laura Everingham; or, The Highlanders of Glen Ora
  • Legends of the Black Watch: or, Forty-second Highlanders (1860)
  • Love's Labour Won: a novel (1888)
  • The Master of Aberfeldie (1884)
  • Memoirs and Adventures of Sir John Hepburn (1851)
  • Memoirs and Adventures of Sir William Kirkaldy of Grange (1849)
  • Memoirs of James, Marquis of Montrose, K.G. Captain General of Scotland (1858)
  • Memorials of the Castle of Edinburgh (1862)
  • Miss Cheyne of Essilmont (1883)
  • Morley Ashton: a story of the sea (1876)
  • Oliver Ellis; or, The Fusiliers (1861)
  • One of the six hundred: a novel (1875)
  • Only an ensign: a tale of the retreat from Cabul (1871)
  • Philip Rollo, or, The Scottish musketeers (1854)
  • The Queen's Cadet, and other tales (1877)
  • The Romance of War: or, the Highlanders in Spain (1846)
  • The Ross-Shire Buffs (1877)
  • The Scots Brigade, and Other Tales (1882)
  • The Scottish Cavalier: An Historical Romance (1850)
  • Second to None: A Military Romance
  • The Secret Dispatch; or, the Adventure of Captain Balgonie (1872)
  • Shall I Win Her? The Story of a Wanderer (1874)
  • Under the Red Dragon. A Novel (1872)
  • Vere of Ours: The Eighth or King's: A Novel (1878)
  • The Veteran; or, France and Algeria. A Drama, in Six Tableaux (1859)
  • The White Cockade, or, Faith and Fortitude (1867)

Works about Grant[edit]

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