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Captain Sir Alexander Burnes, FRS was a Scottish traveller and explorer who took part in The Great Game. He was nicknamed Bokhara Burnes for his role in establishing contact with and exploring Bukhara, which made his name. ...more on Wikipedia
Age: Died at 36 (1805-1841)
Birthplace: Montrose, United Kingdom
Alexander Dalrymple FRS was a Scottish geographer and the first Hydrographer of the British Admiralty. He was the main proponent of the theory that there existed a vast undiscovered continent in the South Pacific, Terra Australis Incognita. He produced thousands of nautical charts, mapping a remarkable number of seas and oceans for the first time, and contributing significantly to the safety of shipping. His theories prompted a number of expeditions in search of this mythical land, until James Cook's second journey led to the conclusion that, if it did exist, it was more southernly than the 65° line of latitude South. ...more on Wikipedia
Age: Died at 71 (1737-1808)
Birthplace: New Halles, Edinburgh, United Kingdomsee more on Alexander Dalrymple
Allan Maclean of Torloisk
Allan Maclean of Torloisk was a Jacobite who became a British Army General. He was born at a cottage built close to the site of the Duart Castle in Scotland from its scattered stones. He is best known for leading the 84th Regiment of Foot in the defence of Quebec without which Canada would have become a part of the United States of America. ...more on Wikipedia
Age: Died at 73 (1725-1798)
Birthplace: Argyll, United Kingdom
Charles Masson was the pseudonym of James Lewis, a British East India Company soldier and explorer. He was the first European to discover the ruins of Harappa near Sahiwal in Punjab, now in Pakistan. ...more on Wikipedia
Age: Died at 53 (1800-1853)