James Grainger

James Grainger ( 1721 – 16 December 1766) was a Scottish doctor, poet, and translator. He settled on St. Kitts from 1759 until his death of a fever on 16 December 1766. As a writer, he is best known for his poem ''The Sugar Cane'', which is now valued as an important historical document. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Grainger, James
Published 1802
Re-printed by Alexander Aikman
Other Authors: ...Grainger, James...

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by Grainger, James
Published 1764
printed for R. and J. Dodsley, in Pall-Mall

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by Grainger, James
Published 1766
printed, and sold by the booksellers

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by Grainger, James
Published 1766
printed by William Sleater, on Cork-Hill