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This article is an orphan, as few or no other articles link to it. Please introduce links to this page from related articles; suggestions may be available. (February 2009) James Adams (1737 – 7 December 1802) was an English Jesuit, commenced his noviciate at Watton[disambiguation needed], 7 September 1756; afterwards taught the belles-lettres at St. Omer. Having exercised his functions as a missionary for many years, he retired to Dublin, August, 1802, and died there in the following month of December. Works Adams was the author of the following works. Early Rules for Taking a Likeness. with plates. 8vo. London, 1792; translated from Bonamici. Oratio Academica Anglice et Latine. London, 1793. Euphonologia Linguae Anglicanae, Latine et Gallice. 8vo. London, 1794; for which he received the thanks of the Royal Society. Rule Britannia, or the Flattery of Free Subjects Expounded; to which is added an Academical Discourse. London, 1798. A Sermon preached at the Catholic Chapel of St. Patrick, Sutton-street, on Wednesday, March 7, the Day of Public Fast. London, 1798. The Pronunciation of the English Language Vindicated. Edinburgh 1799. References Rose, Hugh James (1857). A New General Biographical Dictionary, London: B. Fellowes et al. Persondata Name Adams, James Alternative names Short description Date of birth 1737 Place of birth Date of death 1802 Place of death This biography of a British linguist is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e