The ill-fated mountaineer George Mallory's only book was "Boswell the Biographer"?
James Boswell mentioned thousands of people in his extensive journals and other writings. Read about an ever increasing number of those people, and about their relationship with Boswell, in our biographies section.
In our literature section you can read about the numerous books published by Boswell in his own lifetime, and about more than 40 other books about or related to Boswell published since his death in 1795.
Charles Hope - Lord Hope
Born Jul 09, 1740 Died Jun 06, 1766 at Portsmouth
Son of John Hope (1704-1781), 2nd Earl of Hopetoun, and Anne Ogilvy (d. 1759). Brother of James Hope.
He died in Portsmouth on June 6, 1766 shortly after his return from a journey to the West Indies.1
Life with Boswell:
Boswell met him at the court of Charles I at Brunswick on June 27, 1764. The young Lord was accompanied by his tutor, William Rouet.