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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 designed Craigend Castle, Elder Park Established Church (Govan parish church), and an unexecuted "Scheme for a Crystal Palace", in lieu of Park Circus Gate, Glasgow.

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  • 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 designed Craigend Castle, Elder Park Established Church (Govan parish church), and an unexecuted "Scheme for a Crystal Palace", in lieu of Park Circus Gate, Glasgow.
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  • 1867-1-17
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  • 1782-8-15
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