James Andrew Strahan
?-?; [pseud. Andrew James]; b. Belfast; Prof. of Jurisprudence at QUB;
author of Ninety-eight [and] Sixty Years After, 2 pts. (London: Blackwood
1911); Pt. I, four short stories related in Lallans [Ulster-Scots] dialect by old schoolmaster,
concerning Presbyterian rebellion of 1798 in which father of narrator
had participated on loyalist side; in Pt. 2, ghosts return to influence
events sixty years after; commended by Brown as being told with much power
and truth; reissued by J. F. Foster (2006). IF
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Andrew James, The Nabob: A Tale of Ninety-Eight, ed. John W. Foster (Dublin: Four Courts 2005), 174pp.
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Kate Newmann, ed., Dictionary of Ulster Biography (Belfast:
QUB/IIS 1993) contains no entry for Strahan.