From 1777 to 1783 James Boswell was a columnist for the London Magazine, writing a total of seventy essays under the pseudonym the Hypochondriack.
George Home-DrummondBorn ca. 1740
Son of Henry Home, Lord Kames and Agatha Drummond. Married Janet Jardine (d. 1840) in 1782. He inherited the title and estate of Blair Drummond from his mother's brother George Drummond of Blair Drummond (d. 1765). (Link)
In 1762-3 he was described by Boswell as "a good honest fellow [who] applies well to his business a a mechant". (LJ020163)
Life with Boswell:
Boswell first met George Home at Home's father Lord Kames, where Boswell was all giddiness. (LJ020163) On January 1, 1763, however, George Home expressed how, when visiting Boswell in his Downing Street lodgings, he "was astonished to find [Boswell] settled on so prudent a plan". They met a few other times during Boswell's 1762-3 London stay as well.