James


James

James (engl., spr. Dschehms), 1) so v.w. Jakob; 2) Robert, geb. 1703 zu Kinverston in der Grafschaft Stafford in England; prakticirte als Arzt in. Sheffield, Lichtfield, Birmingham u. London u. st. 1776; bekannt durch sein Fiebermittel: Jamespulver (James's powder, s.d.); er schr. u.a.: Medical dictionary, Lond. 1743–44, Fol., 3 Bde. 3) George Payne Rainsford, geb. 1801 in London; Historiograph von England, beliebter Romanschriftsteller, lebt seit 1849 in New York; er schr.: String of pearles, 2 Bde. (Erzählungen); The beauty of Arles; Richelieu, 1829 (deutsch, Lpz. 1830); Darnley (deutsch, Lpz. 1831); De l'Orme, 1830 (deutsch, Lpz. 1832); Philipp Augustus (deutsch von O. L. B. Wolff, Lpz. 1832); Henry Masterton, 1832, John Marston Hall. 1834 (deutsch von Lindau, Lpz. 1835, 3 Bde.); Mary of Burgundy; The gipsey (deutsch von Lindau, ebd. 1836); One in a thousand, 1835; Attila. 1836; The robber, 1838; The Huguenot, 1839; Charles Tyrrel, 1839; The King's Highway, Lond. 1840, 3 Bde.; The man at arms. 1840; The ancient regime, 1841, 3 Bde.; Corse de Leon, or the Brigand, 1841, 3 Bde.; Jacq nerie, or the Lady and the Pagc, 1841, 3 Bde.; Morley Ernstein, 1842, 3 Bde.; Forest Days, 1843, 3 Bde.; Eva St. Clair, 1843; The False Heir, 1843, 3 Bde.; Arabella Stuart, 1843, 3 Bde.; Arrah Neil or Times of old, 1844, 3 Bde.; Rose d'Albret, or Troublous times, 1844, 3 Bde.; The Smuggler, 1845, 3 Bde.; The Stepmother, 1845, 3 Bde.; Heidelberg, 1846, 3 Bde.; Russell, 1847, 3 Bde; The Castle of Ehrenstein, 1847, 3 Bde.; Margaret Graham, 1847, 2 Bde.; The last of the Fairies, 1848 (deutsch, Stuttg. 1848); Camaralzaman (Feendrama) 1848; The Forgery, or Best intentions, 1848, 3 Bde.; The Convict, 1848, 3 Bde. (deutsch, Berl. 1848); Sir Theodore Broughton, or Laurel Water, 1848, 3 Bde. (deutsch, Berl. 1848); John Jones' tales for Little John Joneses, 1849; Rizzio, 1849; The Woodman, 1849, 3 Bde. (deutsch, Grimma) 1850; von Bertholdi, Lpz. 1850; The Old Osk Chest, 1850, 3 Bde.; Henry Smeaton, 1851, 4 Bde.; Agnes Sorel, 1853. Die meisten erschienen auch gleichzeitig in Leipzig bei Tauchnitz. Auch mehrere historische Schriften: The history of chivalry, Lond. 1830; The Memoirs of great commanders, ebd. 1832; Hist. of Charlemagne, ebd. 1832 (abgedruckt in Thurton's Library for the million, ebd. 1850); Hist. of the life of Edward the Black Prince, ebd. 1836; Memoirs of celebrated women, ebd. 1837; Lives of foreign statesmen (in Lardner's Cyclopedia); The life and times of Louis XIV. ebd. 1838, 4 Bde.; A history of the life ot Richard Coeur de Lion, 1841–49, 4 Bde.; auch gab er heraus: James Vernon's letters from 1696 to 1708, Lond. 1841, 3 Bde., u. anonym A whim and its consequences, Lond. 1847, 3 Bde., Lpz. 1847. Eine Ausgabe seiner Werke begann Lond. 1844, u. Lond. u. Lpz. (Tauchnitz) 1844 ff.; deutsche Übersetzungen sämmtlicher James'scher Romane, von E. Susemihl, Lpz. 1843 ff.; von Notter u. Pfizer, Stuttg. 1838 ff.


Pierer's Lexicon. 1857–1865.

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