GRAHAM, James William

GRAHAM, James William. 17?? — 18??. British Colonial Officer in India. Joined E.I.C.’s army in 1800. Lieutenant (1819), then Major. Chief Interpreter and Translator to the Supreme Court of Judicature. He was cashiered in 1828 by sentence of a general court-martial and disappears.

Publications: “A Treatise on Sufiism, or Mahomedan Mysticism”, Tr. of Literary Soc. Bombay 1, 1819, 89-119.

Sources: Preface to the 1877 reprint of Tr. of Literary Soc. Bombay 1, xiii.

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