Rev James Grahame (1765–1811) Scottish lawyer and poet

£35.00

Description

James Grahame (1765–1811) was a Scottish poet. He was born in Glasgow, the son of a successful lawyer. After completing his literary course at the University of Glasgow, Grahame went in 1784 to Edinburgh, where he worked as a legal clerk, and was called to the Scottish bar in 1795. However, he had always wanted to go in for the Church, and when he was forty-four he took Anglican orders, and became a curate first at Shipton, Gloucestershire, and then at Sedgefield, Durham.
Engraved by S. Freeman for ‘Lives of Illustrious and Distinguished’ by Robert Chambers, 1834. Published by Blackie & Son, Glasgow.

600 ppi
Steel engraving
1834
Image size approx. 96 x 101 mm