James Smith of Jordanhill

James Smith of Jordanhill FRSE FRS MWS (1782–1867) was a Scottish merchant, antiquarian, architect, geologist, biblical critic and man of letters. An authority on ancient shipbuilding and navigation, his works included "Newer Pliocene" (1862) and "Voyage and Shipwreck of St Paul" (1848).

He is remembered as a competent yachtsman. His most notable yacht was named "Wave". Provided by Wikipedia
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by Smith, James, 1782-1867.
Published 1853
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by Smith, James, 1782-1867.
Published 1862
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Published 1853
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Published 1990
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