The Indian Biographical Dictionary (1915)/Smith, Lt.-Col. Sir James Robert Dunlop
Smith, Lt.-Col. Sir James Robert Dunlop, K.C.S.I. (1910), M.A., C.I.E. (1901), C.S.I. (1909). Political A.D.C. to Secretary of State for India, London; 2nd s. of Mr. George Smith, C.I.E., LL.D. of Edinburgh; b. 1858; educ: Edinburgh University, and Royal Military College, Sandhurst; M.A., 1878; entered the 22nd Regiment, 1879; transferred to the Indian Army 1882; became Lt.-Col. 1905; Private Secretary and A.D.C. to Lt.-Governor, Punjab, 1883-87; Settlement Officer, Sialkot, 1887-94; Deputy Commissioner, Hissar, 1896-97; Director of Land Records and Agriculture, Punjab, 1897-99; Famine Commissioner, Rajaputana, .1889-1900; Member, Horse and Mule Breeding Commission, 1900-01; Political Agent, Phulkian States and Bhawalpur Punjab, 1901-05; Private Secretary to Lord Minto (Viceroy of India), 1905; Political A.D.C. to the Secretary of State for India, since 1910. Address: 35, Ovington Square, S.W. Club: Bath.