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mouthExtracts from Diary, from August 17, to October 8,
Lady Glenorchy returns to Edinburgh-Some circumstances with
respect to her chapel there cause her much uneasiness-Extracts
from Diary-Letter from Lady Glenorchy to the Presbytery of
Edinburgh concerning Mr Grove--Answer from the Presbytery
to her LadyshipMr Grove determines to return to England-
THE RIGHT HONOURABLE
WILLIE L M A,
Willielma Maxwell's birth and parentage_Her mother enters into a
second marriage_Her sister married to the Earl of SutherlandWillielma marries Lord Glenorchy-Makes the tour of Europe Returns to Britain_Enters into the dissipations of the world—Forms resolutions of leading a devout and religious life-Becomes acquainted with the Hawkstone family_Particularly with Miss Hill –Goes to Taymouth-Is there visited by sickness ; under which, lasting impressions of religion are made on her heart_Letter of Miss Hill to Lady Glenorchy_Happy effects of it on Lady Glenorchy's mind.
WILLIAM MAXWELL, Esq. of Preston, in the stewartry of Kirkcudbright, a branch of the Nithsdale family, was a medical gentleman, and possessed a large fortune.
In the year 1739 he married Elizabeth Hairstanes, of Craig, in the same county. Their family consisted of two daughters. The eldest was Mary, afterwards