Rev. James WOOD

author, editor, translator

b. October 12, 1820, Leith (Edinburgh), Scotland

d. March 17, 1901, most likely Edinburgh


University of Edinburgh


as author:
Helps to the Bible, ?, ?
Stories from Greek Mythology, London, 1867
The Strait Gate and other Discourses, [...],
Edinburgh, 1881, anonymously (By a Scotch Preacher)
The Life of Sir Walter Scott, Bart., Edinburgh, 1886
as editor:
Nuttall's Standard Dictionary, London, 1886
Dictionary of Quotations, London, 1893
The Carlyle Reader, Edinburgh, 1894
The Nuttall Encyclopaedia, London, 1900
Sartor Resartus, T. Carlyle, London, 1902
as translator:
The Religions of India, A. Barth, London, 1881
(from the French)

possibly also:

Outlines of English and Anglo-Saxon Grammar,
for the Use of Schools, Edinburgh, 1857
(James Wood of the University and New College,
Edinburgh, Fellow of the Ethnological Society)