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L&M: "Sidney [1650-1727], the second (and favourite) son, was given what his father called 'a liberal breeding' -- his schooling in Paris 1661-4, a Grand Tour of the Continent 1669-71, and in between a spell in Madrid at the embassy. He served in the army as an ensign and sat for Huntingdon in the first Exclusion Parliament. He took the name Wortley-Montagu on marrying a Yorkshire heiress, and lived on her estates for most of his life. His daughter-in-law Lady Mary Wortley-Montagu has a description of him wearing 'a huge flapped hat, seated majestically in his elbow chair, talking very loud and swearing boisterously at his servants'."