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Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled. Similar books to Memoirs Of A Highland Lady (Canongate Classics Book 10). Try Kindle Countdown Deals Explore limited-time discounted eBooks. Written between 1845 and 1854 the memoirs were originally intended simply for Elizabeth's family, but these vivid and inimitable records of life in the early 19th century, and above all on the great Rothiemurchus estate, full of sharp observation and wit, form an unforgettable picture of her time. The story ends with the thirty-three- year-old Elizabeth finding her own future happiness in marriage to an Irish landowner, Colonel Smith of Baltiboys.
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Elizabeth Smith (née Elizabeth Grant of Rothiemurchus; 7 May 1797 – 16 November 1885) was a Scottish diarist and lady of the manor of Baltyboys House. Over the course of her life, she lived in Scotland, England, India, Ireland, and France. Grant was born in Edinburgh in 1797. Her father was John Peter Grant and Member of Parliament. Her brother, Sir John Peter Grant, was the father of Jane Maria Strachey