Burns, James


Burns, James
Burns, James
Publisher and author (1808-1871)

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  • Burns, James Drummond — (1823 1864)    Born in Edinburgh and educated at the charitable Heriot s Hospital, he was a brilliant student. His early religious impressions derive from the New Greyfriars church (famed in the book Greyfriars Bobby by Eleanor Atkinson, first… …   British and Irish poets

  • James Anderson Burns — (1865 1945) , bûcheron dans sa jeunesse, puis prêcheur baptiste et enseignant, fonda en 1900 à Oneida (bourgade du Clay County, une campagne déshéritée du Kentucky, aux USA) une école (l Oneida Baptist Institute ou O.B.I.) qui existe encore… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • James Burns —     James Burns     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► James Burns     Publisher and author, b. near Montrose, Forfarshire, Scotland, 1808; d. in London, 11 April, 1871. During the last half of the nineteenth century his work in the cause of Catholic… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Burns & Oates — is a British publishing house which now exists as an imprint of Continuum. It was founded by James Burns in 1835, originally as a bookseller. Burns was of Presbyterian background and he gained a reputation as a High Church publisher, producing… …   Wikipedia

  • James Anderson Burns — (1865 1945), founder of the Oneida Baptist Institute, grew up as the youngest son of a Primitive Baptist preacher in the hills of West Virginia, where he hunted and sold ginseng roots to buy books so he could attend the first school in a nearby… …   Wikipedia

  • James Gammon — est un acteur américain né le 20 avril 1940 à Newman, dans l Illinois (États Unis) et mort à Costa Mesa, Californie, le 16 juillet 2010. Sommaire 1 Biographie 2 Filmographie …   Wikipédia en Français

  • James Macrae — Cet article concerne le marin. Pour le joueur d échecs, voir James Macrae Aitken. James Macrae Naissance 1677 Ayr Décès juillet 1744 (à 67 ans) Orangefield Nationalité …   Wikipédia en Français

  • James Burns (shipowner) — Sir James Burns, KCMG (10 February 1846 22 August 1923 at Polmont, Stirlingshire, Scotland), was a noted businessman, shipowner and philanthropist in Australia. In particular, he is known as the co founder of Burns Philp and Company, a shipping… …   Wikipedia

  • Burns (surname) — Burns is a surname of several different origins: English, Scottish and Irish. The name can also be an Americanization of a Jewish surname.Origin of the name#Scottish and northern English origin. The name is a topographical name for someone who… …   Wikipedia

  • James Burns — may refer to: *James Burns (shipowner) (1846–1923), Australian businessman *James Anderson Burns (1865–1945), founder of the Oneida Baptist Institute *James D. Burns (born 1865), American businessman and owner of the Detroit Tigers *James Burns… …   Wikipedia


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