“I would ask you that question, Sir Lothian,” answered my uncle.
Sire, replied Lord Lothian, it is my duty to follow your majesty.
Lothian looked at it for a moment and then made a decisive movement of his head.
She was looking down the table to where Lothian was sitting.
“If you will name your day I shall produce my man, Sir Lothian,” said my uncle, coldly.
People like Lothian behaved pretty much as they liked, of course.
I only find: "Cuddie, an ass—probably a cant term;" with a reference to the Lothian dialect.
"I like you," Lothian was trying to say to him—the acquaintance of ten minutes!
After changing owners more than once, the lands were purchased in 1637 by the 3rd earl of Lothian.
And if she had known of Lothian's pity she would have resented it bitterly.