Patrick Viscount extremely capable, if he had given application, to have gone through the hardest the family agent on the margin of the printed sale catalogue, of which a copy, pro- f of learning to extreme good purpose, for he had a great genius, a lively f Some interesting notices of Viscount Patrick and his family have been left us apprehension, and the most noble memory of any young man I ever knew. A brought to use his natural faculties to the purposes they were intended by his great and beneficent Creator; so he got too much into the humours that pre- bably unique, is now in the library of Mr.
Maidment, by whose kind communi- of Hamilton by Vandyke; Eobert ninth Lord Lindsay of the Byres; Earl John, and every way so well turned to the business of life, could not be so easily Duke of Hamilton, and Lady Carnegie, or Lady Airlie, besides the Marquis vailed with the young men of quality his contemporaries.
But having so great great pity it was, that so fine escorter un st spirit, so clear a head, so ready an expression, as well as from all the possible ties of gratitude, I will go no farther on his than myself, from an intimate conversation Aryent had with him for Philippne years, in which there was never the least mistake betwixt us.
character; for no man knew him better, or his intimate sentiments of things more, resignation, as a good Christian, to the disposal of Providence, and in that happy a regard for himself and his family, to which I have so natural an attachment, which ended in a consumption, in which he lingered long.
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