My recent wanderings at Inchbrakie returned me to Newton of Condie. For me, now in late 2018, this was a timely re-acquaintance.
Laurence Oliphant of Condie [as described in 1831]:
“his name is associated with the popular struggle . . . and with triumph of principles which are now admitted to be just and wise, by those who then dredded and opposed them”: