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Lady Glenorchy in a bad state of health-Miss Hill writes her on

this occasion-She goes to Bath-Miss Hill, afraid that her spiri-

tual interest would suffer in that city, again writes her on that

subject-She returns to Taymouth, and in a letter Miss Hill

expresses her satisfaction, that she is now in a place more conge-

nial to devotional exercises-- At Taymouth, Lady Glenorchy re.

ceives visits from some clergymen, by whom she is benefited

Miss Hill writes to Lady Glenorchy, and adverts to this circum.

stance with pleasure-When Lady Glenorchy was on a visit at

the Earl of Hardwicke's, where the change wrought upon her

mind must have exposed her to trials, she receives a letter from Miss

Hill, alluding to these circumstances, and giving at the same time

an account of the death of Mrs Venn— Miss Hill writes to Lady

Glenorchy, in which she mentions some interesting facts with re-

spect to some of the younger branches of her father's family— Miss

Hill suffers much from worldly acquaintances, and in a letter in-

forms Lady Glenorchy of this–Lady Glenorchy attends meetings

for religious purposes in Edinburgh-- Letter from Lady Glenor-

chy to Mrs Bailie Walker - Lady Glenorchy indisposed-Letter

from Miss Ilill on that occasion-Miss Ilill writes to Lady

Glenorchy, giving an account of her own Christian experience

Lady Glenorchy in her religious feelings discovers a peculiar de-

gree of sensibility— Miss Hill writes her on this subject-Lady

Glenorchy more comfortable in her mind— Congratulated by Miss

Hill, who gives a farther account of her own experience.


Lady Glenarchy's zeal leads her to go lengths which unnecessarily

espose her to trials. This remonstrated against by her Christian

her own hands-Conducts herself with prudence and firmness-

Makes all her temporal concerns subservient to religion-Extracts

from Diary, from June 21. to July 18. 1772_Lady Glenorchy

goes to Taymouth with Lord Breadalbane- Extracts from Diary,

from July 26. to September 12. 1772– Lady Glenorchy returns

10 Barnton, becomes acquainted with the Ladies Henrietta and

Sophia Hope-Lady Glenorchy forms the design of building a

Chapel in Edinburgh-Circumstances attending laying the foun-

dation-stone of that building, Extracts from Diary, November

26. to December 19–Lady Glenorchy's great bumility-Extracts

from Diary, from January 1. to February 7. 1773–Lady Glen-

orchy establishes a chapel at Strathfillan, in the parish of Killin,

and places it under the direction of the Society in Scotland for

respect to ber chapel there cause ber much uneasiness-Extracts

from Diary-Letter from Lady Glenorchy to the Presbytery of

Edinburgh concerning Mr Grove—Answer from the Presbytery

her Ladyship-Mr Grove determines to return to England


Lady Glenorchy looks out for a minister for her chapel in Edin-

burgh- Makes choice of the Rev. Mr Sheriff— Mr Sheriff falls

into bad health-Obtains an assistant-Forms the congregation

into church order-His health gradually declines-Extracts from

Diary from November 2. to December 30. 1777–Lord's supper

dispensed for the first time in the chapel-- Death of Mr Sheriff

-Extracts from Diary, from February .to June 14. 1778. 404

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