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(1825-1912) Scottish landowner, politician and author; he has been registered as the earliest-born person to have made a gramophone recording, a spoken comment laid down in 1906, but more precisely he was the earliest to record on a gramophone disc as opposed to a phonograph cylinder. In The Great Battle of Katsh-Tartar Bazardjik!! (coll 1877 chap), a polemical collection of stories, articles and squibs about nineteenth-century disputes between Russia and Turkey, one section is of sf interest: a Satirical description of exorbitantly advanced Weapons used by the Turks in their march on Moscow. [JC]
Sir John George Tollemache Sinclair, 3rd Baronet
born Edinburgh, Scotland: 8 November 1825
died Mayfair, London: 30 September 1912
- The Great Battle of Katsh-Tartar Bazardjik!! (London: Chapman and Hall, 1877) [coll: chap: contains fiction and nonfiction: the double exclamation mark is sic: pb/nonpictorial]
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