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Fraser, Jameslocked

(1712/13–1754)
  • A. A. Macdonell
  • , revised by P. J. Marshall

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Fraser, James (1712/13–1754), East India Company servant and collector of oriental manuscripts, was the second son of Alexander Fraser (d. 1733) of Reelig, near Inverness, and his wife, Catherine, daughter of Hugh Fraser of Belladrum. Fraser was appointed a writer to the ...

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British Library, Oriental and India Office Collections
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