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|Year||James Murdoch (Scottish journalist)|
|1701||The book recreates a very famous incident in 1701.|
|1856||James Murdoch was born in 1856 near Aberdeen Scotland.|
|1887||GBigot worked later briefly in 1887 as a journalist.|
|1889||Murdoch traveled first in 1889 to Japan.|
|1903||A History of Japan appeared in 1903.|
|1910||James Murdoch published between 1910 between 1926.|
|1926||The third volume was published posthumously in 1926.|