James Buchanan

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15th President of the United States (1791-1868)

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Presidents for which no transadditions were found include Andrew Jackson, Zachary Taylor, Millard Fillmore, James Buchanan, James Garfield, Benjamin Harrison, William McKinley and Franklin Roosevelt.
Byline: KIRSTY BUCHANAN, JAMES PRITCHARD AND ROBIN TURNER
Most notable among this leadership was Andrew Melville, who once took the king by the sleeve and called him "God's sillie vassall," and who attacked James's handbook of kingly advice, Basilikon Doron, for its "Anglo-pisco-papisticall Conclusiones."(53) These struggles were played out against a philosophical background dominated by George Buchanan, James's childhood tutor, and in The Powers of the Crown in Scotland, one of the most incisive critics of absolute monarchy.
Mason, "Rex stoicus: George Buchanan, James VI and the Scottish Polity", in Dwyer, Mason and Murdoch (eds.), New Perspectives on the Politics and Culture of Early Modern Scotland, p.
At the SECC, judoka such as sisters Kimberley and Louise Renicks, John Buchanan, James Millar, Stephanie Inglis and Connie Ramsay are highly fancied for success on the mat.