Not my line...
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Surgeon on the H. M. S. Cumberland; m. a creole lady named Miss Lascelles; 1744 was surgeon at Downing St., Westminster, London.
Quoted as being, "the humerous, arrogant, red-headed, stiff-necked, thin-skinned scurrilous, brilliant Scots hack of genius."
Not known as a man to suppress his pride.However, more difficult for a Scotsman a the unpopular Lord Bute caused the highlander to be looked upon with disfavor.