Author:James Scott (1733-1814)

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James Scott

English cleric, academic and political writer, known for his "Anti-Sejanus" letters

James Scott


  • Odes on Several Subjects (1761)
  • The Redemption: a Monody (1763)
  • Every Man the Architect of his own Fortune, or the Art of Rising in the Church (1763)
  • Sermons on Interesting Subjects (1816)

Works about Scott[edit]

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