Ascanius; or, the Young Adventurer (Griffiths 1747). This is almost identical to the Johnston version except it includes a reference to a curious letter signed with the pseudonym Philo-Britannus (C. Davenant LL.D.) titled A Letter from a Gentleman in London to his friend in the Country concerning the Society in Scotland for propagating Christian Knowledge and “civilizing the Scotch Highlander”, published in The Gentleman’s magazine, Volume 9 (1739) by John Nichols Page 286.
N.B.—Mr. David Chisholm, Presbyterian Minister at Kilmorack in the shire of Inverness, when in Edinburgh at the General Assembly in May 1758, told that said Fraser or Maclver still lives at a place called Wellhouse in said parish of Kilmorack, that his name is Alexander and not John, and that he himself (Mr. Chisholm), is a blood relation to said Alexander Fraser’s wife (See f. 1619).