Countess of Elgin, wife of Thomas Bruce, 7th Earl of Elgin, who is considered one of the most influential heiresses of the 18th and 19th centuries. She was the first woman to attend a political Ottoman ceremony.
She kept a highly-detailed diary from an early age in London.
She was captured by the English and imprisoned in a cage at Roxburgh Castle for four years during the First War of Scottish Independence.
She married Thomas Bruce on March 11, 1799.
She was a countess like 19th century British countess Mary Anne Disraeli.