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James Grant (1772 – 11 November 1833) was a British Royal Navy officer and navigator in the early nineteenth century. He made several voyages to Australia and Tasmania, and was the first to map parts of the south coast of Australia.

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  • James Grant (1772 – 11 November 1833) was a British Royal Navy officer and navigator in the early nineteenth century. He made several voyages to Australia and Tasmania, and was the first to map parts of the south coast of Australia.
  • Pour les articles homonymes, voir Grant. James Grant (1772-Saint-Servan, 11 novembre 1833) était un officier de marine britannique. Il a effectué plusieurs expéditions en Australie et en Tasmanie, dont il a cartographié une partie des côtes.
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