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Lady Charlotte Murray's Jig
(August 2, 1754 – April 4, 1808) was a Scottish botanist and
author. She was the eldest child of John Murray, 3rd Duke of
Atholl, and Charlotte Murray, Duchess of Atholl. Her paternal
grandfather was the Jacobite general Lord George Murray while
her maternal grandfather was the Hanoverian James Murray, 2nd
Duke of Atholl.
She is best known
for her two-volume work The British Garden, which ran to
two or three editions in her lifetime, the second (and possibly
the first) being in 1799, and the third in 1805 or 1808, and
another in 1880. The book was targeted at young people and
considered the Linnaean system and how it can be used to
discover the name of an unknown plant.