Brown, John, M.D. (18101882)

Brown, John, M.D., great-grandson of the preceding, born at Biggar, educated in Edinburgh High School and at Edinburgh University, was a pupil of James Syme, the eminent surgeon, and commenced quiet practice in Edinburgh; author of “Horæ Subsecivæ,” “Rab and his Friends,” “Pet Marjorie,” “John Leech,” and other works; was a fine and finely-cultured man, much beloved by all who knew him, and by none more than by John Ruskin, who says of him, he was “the best and truest friend of all my life.... Nothing can tell the loss to me in his death, nor the grief to how many greater souls than mine that had been possessed in patience through his love” (18101882).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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