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 Stewart - 5th Bart of Grandtully
George StewartBorn 1750
Son of John Stewart (d. 1797), 4th of Grandtully, and Clementina Stewart. Married (1792) to Catherine Drummond, dau of John Drummond of Logie Almond, with whom he had at least 6 children. Nephew to Archibald James Edward Steuart, despite them being almost of the same age. He became 5th Bart of Grandtully upon the death of his father.
George Stewart attended Westminster School from ca. 1762. He continued on to Oxford from where he received his MA in 1777. He became and advocate in 1776 when he was admitted to Lincoln's Inn.1
Note 1: Info from Barker, G. F. Russell and Alan H. Stenning, comp. The Record of Old Westminsters. Volumes I-II. London: Chiswick Press, 1928