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hich Lord Porchester is
elsewhere stated to ha
ve been silenced. "The
toast of 'Sir George Mu
rray, and the military
heroes of Scotland,' ca
lled up that gallant of
ficer, who addressed hi
s applauding countrymen
in a manner which seem
ed to be peculiarly gra
teful to their feelings
. While he disclaimed i
t for his own humble se
rvices, he nobly awarde
d the laurel to his glo
rious companions in arm
s,--a Hopetoun, an Aber
crombie, a Moore, and a
Graham. He then mentio
ned his early recollect
ion of Burns, whom he c
onsidered his father's
The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction
Volume 19, No. 532, February 4, 1832 by Various