MALCOLM McVittie, chairman of the 1st Marquis of Montrose Society, gave the first of three lectures on the Marquis this afternoon (Wednesday, July 25). It was entitled ‘Montrose – A Candidate for Immortality’.
It was the first in a series of lectures and events to complement Montrose Museum’s exhibition ‘To Win or Lose It All’ celebrating 400 years since the birth of James Graham, 1st Marquis of Montrose.
In his talk, Mr McVittie gave a biographical account of James Graham’s life and death.
The two further lectures in the series will be on August 22 - ‘Montrose and his Conscience’; and September 19 - ‘Montrose’s Annus Mirabilis’, also starting at 2pm.
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