James Douglas, former governor of Vermont, and his wife, Dorothy, escaped injury when their car hit a deer on Interstate 89 in Colchester, Vermont State Police said. Douglas, 62, of Middlebury was driving north on the interstate Saturday shortly before ... FULL ARTICLE AT Boston.com
Two men who barged their way into the home of two brothers because they claimed they wanted a “straightener” over a drug debt have been jailed for stabbing the men’s fathers. Mel O’Brien (19) and James Douglas (33 ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Irish Independent
Parents of child with rare disorder hope to fill his life with meaningful moments full of love James Douglas Gawel was born in April 2012 weighing just 31/2 pounds. He had sleepy eyes, bulldog cheeks and a rare genetic ... FULL ARTICLE AT Chicago Tribune
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Dr James Douglas (March 21, 1675 – April 2, 1742) was a Scottish physician and anatomist, member of the Royal Society, and physician to the Queen.
Brother of well-known lithotomist John Douglas (died 1759), James Douglas was born in West Calder, West Lothian, Scotland in 1675. In 1694 he graduated MA from the University of Edinburgh and then took his medical doctorate at Reims before returning to... Full Article At Wikipedia.org