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Generally, right-alignment is preferred to left- or center-alignment. (Example: Race). Exception: Portraits with the head looking to the reader’s right should be left-aligned (looking into the text of the article) when this does not interfere with navigation or other elements. In such cases it may be appropriate to move the Table of Contents to the right by using TOCright. Since faces are not perfectly symmetrical it is generally inadvisable to use photo editing software to reverse a right-facing portrait image; however, some editors employ this controversial technique when it does not alter obvious non-symmetrical features (such as Mikhail Gorbachev’s birthmark) or make included text in the image unreadable.
But, let's be practical, the portrait on the left makes the article look clunky. I'd prefer it be on the right. However, I have placed the TOC on the right as advised in the MOS, but I'd prefer that be in it's normal place with the portrait on the right. But, oh well.
A couple of small flaws in the text: 1. His mother, baptised Eliza Anne, was known from childhood as Annarella (see article on his father). 2. The Earl of Crawford who supported him was James Ludovic Lindsay. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 184.108.40.206 (talk) 17:51, 28 November 2007 (UTC)