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CATALOGUE DESCRIPTION AND INVENTORY

MSS.5203-6 Nattes Drawings

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MSS.5203-6

JOHN CLAUDE NATTES. Drawings by Nattes, 1780, 1797, 17991801, n.d., of Scottish scenes and buildings with a few in north-east England (MS 5206, ff. 46-71). Nattes’ original sketchbooks were bound, somewhat haphazardly, into five volumes of which one (possibly the fourth) is missing. The chronological order of the drawings in MSS 5203-5 would appear to be: MS 5204, ff.1-24

August 1797

MS 5203, ff.37-65

9-14 August 1799

MS 5204, ff.25-60

14-23 September 1799

MS 5203, ff.1-36

30 September – 10 October 1799

MS 5205, ff.1-47

12-30 Oct 1799

MS 5205, ff.48-81

August 1800

Most of the drawings in MS.5206 are undated: f.1 is dated 11 September 1780; f.38, 17 October 1800; ff.46 and 57, 3 and 6 November 1801. It would seem that ff.46-70 (possibly ff.40-70) were drawn in November 1801, but it is not clear which other drawings were made in 1780 and which in 1800. Nattes made many drawings in 1799 whilst accompanying John (later Sir John) Stoddart on some of his travels in Scotland. Three of them were amongst those reproduced in Stoddart’s Remarks on Local Scenery and Manners in Scotland during the years 1799 and 1800 (London: William Miller, 1801), 2 volumes. Eight others were amongst those reproduced from etchings by James Fittler in Nattes’ Scotia Depicta (London: William Miller, 1804). The drawings were owned by the Edinburgh bookseller David Douglas in 1875 (MS.5203, f.6) who annotated a number of the leaves. He allowed two to be reproduced in S.R. Macphail, History of the Religious House of Pluscardyn (Edinburgh: Oliphant, Anderson and Ferrier, 1881); seven in David MacGibbon and Thomas Ross, The Castellated and Domestic Architecture of Scotland (Edinburgh: David

Douglas, 1887-92), 5 volumes; and one in MacGibbon and Ross, The Ecclesiastical Architecture of Scotland (Edinburgh: David Douglas, 1896), volume 1. All the reproductions are smaller than the originals. ii + 65ff.; 60ff.; 83ff.; iii + 70 ff. Folio. Bought, Dowell’s, 27 February 1951, lot 400. Reid Fund.

MS.5203

f.1

30 Sep [1799]

Castle Stuart near Inverness the property of the Earl of Moray

2

30 Sep [1799]

Castle Stuart

3

1 Oct [1799]

Inverness from the Edinburgh road

4

3 Oct [1799]

The Pier and part of the Firth of Cromarty Reproduced in J.C. Nattes, Scotia Depicta (London: William Miller, 1804), number 34.

5

2 Oct [1799]

Ruins of Fortrose Cathedral [with adjacent houses]

6

3 Oct [1799]

Cromarty from the West the property of — Ross Esq Reproduced in John Stoddart, Remarks on Local Scenery and Manners in Scotland (London: William Miller, 1801), volume 2, facing page 99.

7

[3 Oct 1799

continuation of f.8]

8

3 Oct [1799]

Cromarty House and Town, with the Firth, the Tutors

8v.

[n.d.

unidentified castellated building]

9

3 Oct [1799]

Cromarty House, Town &c from the East

10

4 Oct [1799]

Bridge at Nairn

11

5 Oct [1799]

Ruins at Inschoch Castle near Nairn

12

5 Oct [1799]

Ruins at Inschoch Castle, with a distant view of the Opening of Cromarty Firth

13

5 Oct [1799]

View at Forres Part reproduced in David MacGibbon and Thomas Ross, The Castellated and Domestic Architecture of Scotland, (Edinburgh: David Douglas, 1892), volume 5, page 102.

14

5 Oct [1799]

Kinloss Abbey, late the property of Miss Brodie of Lethen. N.B Belonging now to J.P. Grant of Rothiemurchus.

15

5 Oct [1799]

Kinloss Abbey

16

5 Oct [1799]

Burgie Castle, the property of — Dunbar Esq. of Grainge. All of which except the Tower, was pulled down a very few years ago.

17

5 Oct [1799]

Burgie Castle Reproduced in David MacGibbon and Thomas Ross, The Castellated and Domestic Architecture of Scotland, (Edinburgh: David Douglas, 1887), volume 2, page 261.

18

5 Oct [1799]

Aslisk Castle, the property of Earl Fife

19

6 Oct [1799]

Episcopal Palace, Spynie

20

6 Oct [1799]

Inside view of episcopal palace at Spynie, the property of the Earl of Findlater

21

7 Oct [1799]

Ruins of Pluscarden Priory, the Property of Earl Fife Reproduced in J.C. Nattes, Scotia Depicta (London: William Miller, 1804), number 41.

22

7 Oct [1799]

Pluscarden Priory

23

7 Oct [1799]

Inside view of Pluscarden [Priory] Reproduced in S.R. Macphail, History of the Religious House of Pluscardyn (Edinburgh: Oliphant, Anderson and Ferrier, 1881), facing page 160.

24

7 Oct [1799]

Pluscarden [Priory and grounds]

25

7 Oct [1799]

Pluscarden [Priory] Reproduced in S.R. Macphail, History of the Religious House of Pluscardyn (Edinburgh: Oliphant, Anderson and Ferrier, 1881), facing page 163.

26

9 Oct [1799]

Ruins of the Bishop’s House at Elgin, the property of His Grace the Duke of Gordon Reproduced in David MacGibbon and Thomas Ross, The Castellated and Domestic Architecture of Scotland, (Edinburgh: David Douglas, 1892), volume 5, page 91.

27

9 Oct [1799]

Grant Lodge Elgin, the residence of Sir James Grant of Grant, Bart. [with the cathedral in the background]

28

9 Oct [1799]

View [of Elgin Cathedral] from the Drawing Room Window at Grant Lodge

29

9 Oct [1799]

Ruins of Elgin Cathedral

30

9 Oct [1799]

[Internal view of] Elgin Cathedral Reproduced in John Stoddart, Remarks on Local Scenery and Manners in Scotland (London: William Miller, 1801), volume 2, facing page 117.

31

9 Oct [1799]

House [known as “Duffus Manse”] near Elgin Cathedral Reproduced in David MacGibbon and Thomas Ross, The Castellated and Domestic Architecture of Scotland, (Edinburgh: David Douglas, 1892), volume 5, page 90.

32

9 Oct [1799]

View [of Elgin Cathedral] from Sir James Grant’s Window

33

10 Oct [1799]

View of [city of] Elgin from the South East

34

10 Oct [1799]

Bishop’s Mill, Elgin

35

10 Oct [1799]

Lochnabo, near Elgin, the property of Earl Fife

36

10 Oct [1799]

Hunting Telegraph, erected by His Grace the Duke of Gordon, near Gordon Castle

37

9 Aug 1799

Nethanfoot Bridge, on the road between Lanark & Hamilton

38

[?9 Aug 1799]

View of the Vale of Clyde on the road between Lanark and Hamilton

39

[?9 Aug 1799]

View at Dalserf

40

[?9 Aug 1799]

A Coal-Work at Dalserf

41

[?9 Aug 1799]

View on the road between Dalserf & Hamilton

42

[?9 Aug 1799]

View on the road between Dalserf and Hamilton

43

[?9 Aug 1799]

View on the road between Dalserf and Hamilton

44

[?9/10 Aug 1799]

View at Millheugh on the Avon Water, with [[Lady]] Merchiston’s House. Broom Hall

45

[?9/10 Aug 1799]

View at Millheugh on the Avon Water

46

[?9/10 Aug 1799]

View at Millheugh on the Avon Water

47

[?9/10 Aug 1799]

Avon Bridge near Hamilton

48

[?9/10 Aug 1799]

A Dove Cote at Hamilton

49

[?9/10 Aug 1799]

Bothwell Castle from the grounds of Bothwell House

50

10 Aug 1799

The Mill at Millheugh [on the Calder], the residence of Professor [John] Millar near Glasgow

51

10 Aug 1799

The Mill at Millheugh [on the Calder], the residence of Professor [John] Millar near Glasgow

52

[?10 Aug 1799]

The Bridge at Millheugh [on the Calder]

53

[?10 Aug 1799]

Millheugh [on the Calder], the residence of Professor [John] Millar near Glasgow

54

[?10 Aug 1799]

Millheugh [on the Calder], the residence of Professor [John] Millar near Glasgow

55

[?10 Aug 1799]

Prior[y] Bridge near Millheugh on the Calder

56

[?10 Aug 1799]

a Mill on the Calder below Millheugh

57

[?10 Aug 1799]

Bothwell House & Castle

58

[?10 Aug 1799]

Bothwell House from Blantyre Priory Reproduced in John Stoddart, Remarks on Local Scenery and Manners in Scotland (London: William Miller, 1801), volume 1, facing page 180.

59

[?10 Aug 1799]

Bothwell Castle with part of the ruins of Blantyre Priory

60

10 Aug [1799]

Bothwell Castle with part of the ruins of Blantyre Priory

61

13 Aug [1799]

Cathcart Castle near Glasgow

62

13 Aug [1799]

Cathcart Castle & Mill

63

13 Aug [1799]

[[Paper]] Snuff Mill near Cathcart Castle

64

14 Aug [1799]

Ruins of the Bishop’s House, Partick Reproduced in David MacGibbon and Thomas Ross, The Castellated and Domestic Architecture of Scotland, (Edinburgh: David Douglas, 1892), volume 5, page 4.

65

14 Aug 1799

Inside of the ruins of the Bishop’s House at Partick near Glasgow

MS.5204 f.1

[?Aug 1797]

John Leod (?) our artist

2

[?Aug 1797]

The Farm [, Dunkeld]

2v.

[? Aug 1797

opposite view of f.3v.]

3

[?Aug 1797

unidentified; ?Dunkeld]

3v.

[?Aug 1797]

[?] Hall of Ossian, Dunkeld

4

[?Aug 1797]

The Farm [, Dunkeld]

5

[?Aug 1797

unidentified; ?Dunkeld]

6

[?Aug 1797]

Dunkeld House

7

[?Aug 1797]

East View of Dunkeld

8

[?Aug 1797]

East View of Dunkeld

9

[?Aug 1797]

Inver Ferry from the Cascade

9v.

[?Aug 1797]

The Hermitage Dunkeld

10

[?Aug 1797]

Inver Ferry from Neil Gow’s seat

11

[?Aug 1797]

Inver Ferry at Dunkeld

12

[?Aug 1797]

Dunkeld from the East

13

[?Aug 1797]

Dunkeld & East Ferry from the North

14

[?Aug 1797]

Dunkeld & East Ferry Reproduced in J.C. Nattes, Scotia Depicta (London: William Miller, 1804), number 47, with an apparently incorrect date.

15

[?Aug 1797]

Murthly Ferry

15v.

[?Aug 1797

The] Hermitage [Dunkeld]

16

[?Aug 1797

unidentified scene, possibly associated with f.17]

16v.

[?Aug 1797

The] Hermitage Dunkeld

17

[?Aug 1797]

Newtyle & Birnam

17v.

[?Aug 1797]

Kings Seat Bridge

18

[?Aug 1797]

Newtyle

18v.

[?Aug 1797]

Newtyle & Birnam Rocks

19

[?Aug 1797]

Kings Seat Bridge

19v.

9 Aug 1797

View of Dunkeld from Birnam Rocks

20

[?Aug 1797]

The Craig of Kadpole [inserted sheet]

21

[?Aug 1797]

Dans les Jardins de Dunkeld (?)

21

[?Aug 1797

unidentified scene containing part of Birnam Forest]

22

[9 Aug 1797]

Birnam Rocks

22

9 Aug 1797

Birnam Hill

23

[?9 Aug 1797]

View of Colry mills & Murthly

23v.

[?9 Aug 1797]

View from the Summerhouse at Murthly

24

[?9 Aug 1797]

Murthly

24v.

[?9 Aug 1797

unidentified scene, possibly showing Murthly]

25

14 Sep 1799

First Fall on the Water of Leven, the boundary of Inverness and Argyll Shires

26

14 Sep [1799]

Lake below the First Fall on the Water of Leven

26v.

[n.d.

unidentified inchoate pencil sketch]

27

14 Sep [1799]

Second Fall on the Water of Leven, looking down the Glen

28

14 Sep [1799]

Second Fall of Eass na Smudh on the Water of Leven

29

14 Sep [1799]

Second Fall of Eass na Smudh

30

14 Sep [1799]

Succession of Falls of the Water of Leven

31

14 Sep [1799]

Third Fall on the Water of Leven

32

14 Sep [1799]

Fourth Fall on the Water of Leven

33

14 Sep [1799]

Fourth Fall on the Water of Leven

34

14 Sep [1799]

View of Braenahavon on the Water of Leven

35

16 Sep [1799]

Bridge of Kiochnis with a view of Ben Nevis

36

16 Sep [1799]

Bridge of Kiochnis with Glen Scaadal on the opposite side of the Loch

37

17 Sep 1799

Inside view of Inverlochy Castle

38

17 Sep 1799

Inverlochy Castle near Fort William on the Estate of his Grace the Duke of Gordon

39

17 Sep 1799

Tor Castle, with a view of Ben Nevis

40

17 Sep 1799

Tor Castle, near Fort William, on the Estate of [Donald] Cameron Esq. of Loch Eil

41

17 Sep 1799

Fall on the water of Doo near Annat

42

18 Sep [1799]

View of Annat, the residence of — Campbell Esq from Tomadou, with Cambus na Gall, Loch Eil, Knock na feagh, Stroan Nevis Meal a Chrui, Ben Riach, Meal an thui, Ben Nevis &c

43

18 Sep [1799]

Fall of Eass Bony in Glen Nevis

44

18 Sep [1799]

View in Glen Nevis, looking Westward

45

18 Sep [1799]

Stuil Vaan, a Waterfall in Glen Nevis

46

18 Sep [1799]

View of Glen Nevis looking Westward

47

18 Sep [1799]

View of Eass (?) Tholly & Stuil Vaan, in Glen Nevis

48

20 Sep [1799]

View of Loch Eil Head from Tom na Don near Annat

49

20 Sep [1799]

Inverlochy Castle with Ben Nevis from the opposite side of the River

50

20 Sep [1799]

High Bridge over the Speyan 8 miles from Fort William

51

20 Sep [1799]

Eassich Gregor, near Tirendrish

52

20 Sep [1799]

View of Tirendrish, the residence of the Revd Mr [Thomas] Ross [minister of Kilmonivaigh], with the entrances of Glen Speyan and Glen Roy

53

21 Sep [1799]

The Bridge of Bohuntoun near the entrance of Glen Roy

54

21 Sep [1799]

View in Glen Roy, with part of the Parallel Roads

55

22 Sep [1799]

View on the River Arkeig at Achnacarry

56

22 Sep [1799]

The Saw Mill at Achnacarry

57

22 Sep [1799]

South End of Loch Arkeig

58

22 Sep [1799]

The Waterfall at Eassnakahaig near Achnacarry

59

22 Sep [1799]

Ruins of Glengarry Castle, the property of [Alexander Ranaldson] McDonell Esq.

60

23 Sep [1799]

View of Faichom, the residence of Mr Gillespie in Glengarry

MS.5205 f.1

12 Oct 1799

Court in Gordon Castle

1v.

[n.d.

measured drawing: double-lidded box?]

2

14 Oct [1799]

Boharm Kirk near Fochabers

3

15 Oct [1799]

S[outh] E[ast] View of Balvenie Castle the property of Earl Fife

4

15 Oct [1799]

N[orth] E[ast] View of Balvenie Castle

5

15 Oct [1799]

Inside view of Balvenie Castle

6

15 Oct [1799]

View of Fiddich-side, with Balvenie House & Castle, from Kinninvey House

7

15 Oct [1799]

Mill of Peppine, on the estate of Arndilly belonging to Colonel McDowall Grant

8

15 Oct [1799]

The Mill town of Balvenie, the residence of Capt. Cameron; with Balvenie House & Castle

9

16 Oct 1799

The broken Bridge over Fiddich and the Castle of Balvenie

10

16 Oct 1799

The Broken Bridge over Fiddich near Balvenie

11

16 Oct 1799

The Castle of Balvenie with a fall in the Fiddich

12

17 Oct 1799

A Fall of the Dullan near Mortlach, called the Lady’s Apron

13

17 Oct 1799

A Rock on the Dullan near Mortlach, called The Giant’s Chair

14

17 Oct 1799

Rocks on the Dullan near Mortlach, called the Giant’s Cradle

15

17 Oct 1799

Castle of Auchindoun D.G.

16

17 Oct 1799

Inside of the Castle of Auchindoun D.G.

17

17 Oct 1799

Glenfiddich Lodge, A shooting Seat of the Duke of Gordon in going up the Glen

18

18 Oct 1799

Small Bridge over the Altleungha with the Safe near the Lodge in Glenfiddich D.G.

19

18 Oct 1799

Glenfiddich Lodge from the Down Level Road

20

18 Oct 1799

Auchindoun Castle, Bin of Cullen &c from the top of the Down in Glenfiddich D.G.

21

18 Oct 1799

Foot Bridge over the Blackwater with a Distant View of the Farm of Shanwell D.G.

22

18 Oct 1799

Farm of Invercharroch from a rising ground to the South D.G.

23

18 Oct 1799

Corbie Craigs, at the Norse-ward (?) upon the Blackwater D.G.

24

18 Oct 1799

Blackwater Lodge, a shooting Cottage of the Duke of Gordon’s, with a Fall of Alt-down

25

18 Oct 1799

Blackwater Lodge D.G.

26

18 Oct 1799

A general view of Glenfiddich from the top of the Hill, near Alister More’s Pantry

27

18 Oct 1799

Glenfiddich from the mouth of the Cul-alt

28

18 Oct 1799

Glenfiddich Lodge south front

29

19 Oct 1799

Foot Bridge over Fiddich, with the Duke of Gordon’s shepherd’s house, and Castle of Auchindoun, at a distance D.G.

30

19 Oct 1799

S[outh] Front of Huntly Castle an ancient seat of the Family of Gordon D.G.

31

19 Oct 1799

Huntly Castle, from the S[outh] E[ast] D.G. Reproduced in J. C. Nattes, Scotia Depicta (London: William Miller, 1804), number 46.

32

19 Oct 1799

Huntly Castle – 3d view D.G. Reproduced by Charles McKean, ‘“Castle-wise” Country Houses’, in The Architecture of the Scottish Renaissance (Edinburgh: Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland, 1990), page 17.

33

20 Oct 1799

Huntly Castle – 4th view with Huntly Lodge at a distance – from the two old beech trees D.G.

34

20 Oct 1799

Huntly Castle – 6th view N[orth] side

35

20 Oct 1799

Bridge over Doveran & Huntly Lodge from near Huntly Castle D.G.

36

20 Oct 1799

Bridge over Doveran, & Huntly Castle D.G.

37

20 Oct 1799

2d view Inside of Auchindoun Castle D.G.

38

21 Oct 1799

Old House of Keithmore with Auchindoun Castle from the Window of the new House D.G.

39v.-40

[?21/22 Oct 1799]

A N[orth] View of Arndilly House with part of Belrinnies & the Conwalls

40v.

[?21/22 Oct 1799]

The Back of the Old House [of Arndilly] from the Garden

41

22 Oct 1799

The Old Dwelling House of Arndilly

42

22 Oct 1799

Part of the Offices of Arndilly House

42v.-43

22 Oct 1799

Arndilly House from the Game Keepers House [inverted]

44

[22/23 Oct 1799]

A South View of the Old House of Arndilly

44v.-45

23 Oct 1799

Arndilly House, with Old House, Rothes, and Mr Robertsons House from the Bridge Fiddich on the Road to Keith [inverted]

46

[n.d.

inchoate sketch of unidentified ground, and elevation of unidentified building]

47

23 Oct 1799

Arndilly House, the seat of David McDowall Grant Esq with part of the old House Rothes and Mr Robertsons House taken from the Edge of the Glen opposite to Papine Mill [inverted]

47v.

[n.d.

unidentified perspective sketch]

[47x48

stubs of two leaves cut out]

48

16 Aug 1800

The Cathedral of Dunblane property of the Earl of Kinnoull

49

[16 /17 Aug 1800]

Ruins of Dunblane Cathedral

50

[16/17 Aug 1800]

View of the Bridge and town at Dunblane

51

17 Aug 1800

View of the Bridge and Cathedral of Dunblane

52

[?17 Aug 1800]

a view of the Cathedral and Mill of Dunblane

Reproduced in J.C. Nattes, Scotia Depicta (London: William Miller, 1804), number 43. 53

[?17 Aug 1800]

3 View of the Inn & Cathedral of Dunblane

54

[?Aug 1800]

E[ast] view of Doune Castle Property of the Earl of Moray

55

[?Aug 1800]

A N[orth] view of Doune Castle Reproduced in J.C. Nattes, Scotia Depicta (London: William Miller, 1804), number 40, with an apparently incorrect date.

56

[?Aug 1800]

W[est] View of Doune Castle

57

[?Aug 1800]

E[ast] entrance of Callander Property of the Honble Miss Drummond of Perth

58

[?Aug 1800]

W[est] View of the Bridge of Callander

59

[?Aug 1800]

E[ast] view of the Bridge of Callander & Ben Ledi at a distance

60

[?Aug 1800]

a South west view of Callander

61

[?Aug 1800]

Distillery of Callander &c

62

[?Aug 1800]

a View of the Bridge & Glen of Callander from the house of Richard Bruce Esqr

63

[?Aug 1800]

First view of Loch Katrine from the E[ast] End

64

[?Aug 1800]

2 view of Loch Katrine above the first embankment

65

[?Aug 1800]

View [of Loch Katrine] from the 1st Halt

66

[?Aug 1800]

3 view [of Loch Katrine] from the 2d Halt.

67

[?Aug 1800]

General View [of Loch Katrine] from above the Islands taken at Mr Oliphant’s Rock

68

[?Aug 1800]

View from Mrs Murrays hill eastward

69

[?Aug 1800]

S[outh] view of the Roman Camp in Callander, the Residence of Robert Fairfull Esqr. of Struie

70

[?Aug 1800]

The Roman camp house the property of the Honble Miss

Drummond and possessed by Robert Fairfull Esqr. of Struie 71

[?Aug 1800]

The Bridge of Brackland from the E[ast] side [inverted]

72

[?Aug 1800]

2 view of the Bridge of Brackland from the S[outh] Side [inverted]

73

[?Aug 1800]

3 view of D[itto] from the S[outh] west

74

20 Aug 1800

A view of a Plane Tree, on the estate of John Stirling Esq of Kippenross Perthshire 28 feet 9 inches circumference [drawn for] John Stirling Reproduced in J.C. Nattes, Scotia Depicta (London: William Miller, 1804), number 20.

75

[?20 Aug 1800]

A Paper Mill on Keir Estate

76

[?20 Aug 1800]

A Corn Mill on Keir Estate

77

[?20 Aug 1800]

A Corn Miln, on Lands Kippenross Estate, the property of John Stirling Esqr

78

[?20 Aug 1800]

2d view of the Miln at Melness

79

[?20 Aug 1800]

3d view of the Miln [at Melness]

80

[?Aug 1800]

81

[?Aug 1800]

Muthil a Distant View [[of the]] Village [[of Muthil]] on the property of Miss Drummond in Perthshire Church of Muthil Reproduced in David MacGibbon and Thomas Ross, The Castellated and Domestic Architecture of Scotland, (Edinburgh: David Douglas, 1896), volume 1, page 197.

82

[?Aug 1800]

Miln of Milnab near Crieff the property of Miss Drummond of Perth

83

[?Aug 1800]

Bridge of Turret near Crieff

MS.5206 f.1

11 Sep 1780

Waterfall above the Gothick Bridge Taymouth

2

[?11 Sep 1780]

The higher fall above the Gothic Bridge

3

[?Sep 1780]

View from small Paddock near Wash House

4

[?Sep 1780]

View from Yard in front at Laundry

5

[?Sep 1780]

View behind [Balloch] Castle Reproduced in David MacGibbon and Thomas Ross, The Castellated and Domestic Architecture of Scotland, (Edinburgh: David Douglas, 1892), volume 4, page 36.

6

[?Sep 1780]

[7 7v.–8

View above Comrie Bridge blank]

[?Sep 1780

View] from Drummond Hill above Craigs of Kinigharrie

[8x9

stub of leaf cut out]

[9

blank]

9v.-10

[?Sep 1780]

View West of Taymouth Castle near the Gothick Bridge

11

[?Sep 1780]

View of the Manse & Loch Tay

12

[?Sep 1780]

View of entering Fortingall near Duneaves

13

[?Sep 1780]

Mill near Glenlyons House

14

[?Sep 1780]

Bridge near Glenlyons House

15

[?Sep 1780]

View at the entrance into Glenlyon

16

[?Sep 1780

unidentified: cottage next to waterfall]

17

13 Sep [?1780

unidentified: rural scene showing rocks and trees]

18

13 Sep [?1780

unidentified: rural scene possibly near f.17]

19

14 Sep [?1780]

Bridge of Garry & Dalnacardoch Inn

20

14 Sep [?1780]

Dalnacardoch

21

[?14 Sep 1780]

Dalnacardoch

22

15 Sep [?1780]

Ruthven Barracks, burnt in 1745

23

[?Oct 1800]

View of the new Mill & Loch Nellan on the Estate of S P (?) Grant of Rothiemurchus JPG.1

24

[?Oct 1800]

Sawmills on the road to Loch Nellan

25

[?Oct 1800]

Loch Gown in Rothiemurchus

26

[?Sep 1780]

2nd View at entrance of Glenlyon

27

[n.d.

unidentified rural scene with group of houses and wooden hills in the background]

28

[?Oct 1800]

Loch Gown

29

[?Oct 1800]

Loch Inellan JPG 2

30

[?Oct 1800]

View of Milltown in Rothiemurchus

31

[?Oct 1800]

View of Toralvie from the Pilcher in Rothiemurchus

32

[?Oct 1800]

Auldnacardoch Mill & Cottage in Rothiemurchus

33

[?Oct 1800]

a small lake behind Auldnacardoch Cottage

34

[?Oct 1800]

A 2nd View of the same lake with the hill of Craigellachie

35

[?Oct 1800]

View from the Lochen More Rothiemurchus [[E.R.G 2]]

36

[?Oct 1800]

[Coylumbridge] over the river Divie Rothiemurchus

37

[?Oct 1800]

Saw Mill at the Bernie Rothiemurchus

38

17 Oct 1800

View on the Loranach Rothiemurchus JPG 5

39

[?Oct 1800]

Another view of [Coylumbridge]

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[?1801]

Coates belonging to [William] Walker, Writer

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[?1801]

View at Coates (belonging to Mr Walker, writer) with Edinburgh Castle &c. in the Distance

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[?1801]

Lauriston Castle the property of Mr Law Reproduced in David MacGibbon and Thomas Ross, The Castellated and Domestic Architecture of Scotland

(Edinburgh: David Douglas, 1892), volume 5, page 92, “from North-West”. 43

[?1801]

Lauriston Castle, the property of Mr Law, brother to General [Jacques A.B. Law, Marquis de] Lauriston the French Officer who brought over the Preliminaries of Peace Reproduced in David MacGibbon and Thomas Ross, The Castellated and Domestic Architecture of Scotland (Edinburgh: David Douglas, 1892), volume 5, page 93 “from South-West”.

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[?1801]

General view of Lauriston with the Firth of Forth Reproduced (with a description, incorrectly, of Lauriston Castle, Kincardineshire, and an apparently wrong date), in J.C. Nattes, Scotia Depicta (London: William Miller, 1804), number 37.

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[?1801]

House [of Thomas Wharton, collector of customs, Edinburgh]

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3 Nov 1801

S[outh] E[ast] View of Dirleton, the seat of the family of Nisbet

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[Nov 1801]

Town of North Berwick

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[Nov 1801]

Tantallon Castle, two miles from N[orth] Berwick

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[Nov 1801]

Tantallon Castle

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[Nov 1801]

Tantallon Castle

51

[Nov 1801]

Tantallon Castle

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[Nov 1801]

Tantallon Castle

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[Nov 1801]

Tantallon Castle

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[Nov 1801]

Tantallon Castle

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[Nov 1801]

Inside [view] of Tantallon Castle

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[Nov 1801

unidentified: townscape with waterwheel in the foreground]

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6 Nov 1801

Ruins of the Cathedral of Lindisfarne now called Holy Island

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[?6 Nov 1801]

Ruins of the Cathedral of Lindisfarne, now called Holy Island

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[?6 Nov 1801]

The Castle of Holy Island

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[?6 Nov 1801]

The Castle of Holy Island

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[?6 Nov 1801]

The Castle of Holy Island

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[?6 Nov 1801]

The Castle of Holy Island

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[?6 Nov 1801]

St John’s Church Holy Island

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[?6 Nov 1801]

Holy Island? [distant view]

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[?Nov 1801]

Bamburgh Castle [with houses in the foreground]

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[?Nov 1801]

Bamburgh Castle

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[?Nov 1801]

Bamburgh [showing battlements and windmill]

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[?Nov 1801]

Bamburgh Castle [with windmill in front]

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[?Nov 1801]

View of Newcastle, from the Mansion house

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[?Nov 1801]

Wetherby, Yorkshire