James Douglas (Northwood Green, Middlesex 8 January 1870 - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire 8 February 1958) was an English cricketer.
Douglas was educated at Dulwich and Selwyn College, Cambridge. He played first-class cricket as a right-handed batsman and a slow left-arm bowler for Cambridge University (three blues) and Middlesex.
He came from a cricketing family. His brothers A.P., Robert and Sholto also played first-class cricket.
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