James Douglas (died 1751)
James Douglas (died 2 June 1751) was a British politician.
Douglas was a younger son of James Douglas, a merchant in London, of the family of Douglas of Friarshaw, and his wife (née Russell). He married Albinia, daughter of Major-General William Farrington and widow of Robert Bertie, 1st Duke of Ancaster; she died on 29 July 1745.
|Parliament of Great Britain|
|Member of Parliament for St. Mawes
With: Robert Nugent
The Lord Sundon
William Rawlinson Earle
|Member of Parliament for Malmesbury
With: John Lee
Lord Edward Digby
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