James Caird (agricultural writer)

Sir James Caird (1816, Stranraer, Scotland – 9 February 1892) Agricultural writer and politician.Author of "English Agriculture in 1850-51" (London, 1852),
Member of Parliament for Dartmouth 1857-59, Stirling 1859-65

He was President of the Royal Statistical Society, 1880-2 and was made a Privy Counsellor in 1889.


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