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James Gairdner (1828–1912)

Gairdner, James. A Scotch compiler and historical writer; born in Edinburgh, Scotland, March 22, 1828; died in 1912. Besides memorials and compilations relating to the mediæval period of English history, he published ‘The Houses of Lancaster and York’ (1874), in the ‘Epochs of History’ series; ‘Life and Reign of Richard III.’ (1878); the volume ‘England,’ in the Christian Knowledge Society’s series entitled ‘Early Chroniclers of Europe’ (1879); ‘Henry VII.,’ in ‘Twelve English Statesmen’ (1889).