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The Scott Monument under Construction

King & Queen and H.R.H. The Prince of Wales

The high and mightie Prince James by the grace of God King of England, Scotland, Fraunce and Ireland, defendor of the faith.

The high and mightie prince James by the grace of God king of England, Scotland, Fraunce and Ireland defendor of the faith.

James VI, King of Scotland

James VI, King of Scotland

Return of Charles I to London after the Coronation at Edinburgh

Knox, John

Knox, John

Schipbreuk van de hertog van York onderweg naar Edinburg, 1683

Knox, John

P. Joannes Ogilbeus / C.S. d. ; M.K. f.

Charles the Second, King of England, Scotland, France, and Ireland, etc.

The Highland visitors / Van Guzzel delin. ; Van Duivel Kind, sculp.

The March to Finchley (A Representation of the March of the Guards towards Scotland in the Year 1745)

A plan of the city and fortifications of Louisburg ; a plan of the city and harbour of Louisburg.

Perspective view of the castle and city of Edinburgh, with the towns of Leith, Burnt-Island, and Kinghorn.

The March to Finchley--A Representation of the March of the Guards towards Scotland in the Year 1745

Colours carried by the Scots brigade in Holland prior to 1782. Now in St. Giles's Church, Edinburgh. 1780

Study for "Alexander III, King of Scotland, Saved from a Stag by Colin Fitzgerald"

Fowls of a feather flock together / K., fecit, 1785.

Setting out from Edinburgh on the Tour (Picturesque Beauties of Boswell, Part the Second)

Walking Up the High Street, Edinburgh (Picturesque Beauties of Boswell, Part the First)

[Iron-stone rock in various stages being formed by natural processes of heat and cold] / F. Blaine, del. et inci.

Cascade of the Aray at Inveraray (Scotland)

The constancy of Tom Jones subdued by the charms of Black Moll..., illustration to Henry Fielding's "The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling" (Edinburgh, 1791), Vol. I (Book V, chapter 10)

Tom Jones detects the Philsopher in Black Molls Bed Chamber..., illustration to Henry Fielding's "The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling" (Edinburgh, 1791), Vol. I (Book I, chapter 5)

Partridge cruelly accused and maltreated by his Wife &..., illustration to Henry Fielding's "The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling" (Edinburgh, 1791), Vol. I (Book I, chapter 4)

The infant Jones found in the bed of Mr. Allworthy..., illustration to Henry Fielding's "The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling" (Edinburgh, 1791), Vol. I (Book I, chapter 3)

Edinburgh from "Poems, chiefly in the Scottish Dialect, on Various Subjects. [With plates, including a portrait.]"

Edinburgh.

portrait from "[The history of Scotland ... The thirteenth edition, with alterations and additions.]"

portrait from "[The Works of Robert Burns; with an account of his life, and a criticism on his writings. To which are prefixed, some observations on the character and condition of the Scottish peasantry. [By James Currie.]]"

engraving from "Scottish Scenery: or, Sketches in verse, descriptive of scenes chiefly in the Highlands of Scotland: accompanied with notes and illustrations; and ornamented with engravings by W. Byrne ... from views painted by G. Walker, etc"

bridge from "Scottish Scenery: or, Sketches in verse, descriptive of scenes chiefly in the Highlands of Scotland: accompanied with notes and illustrations; and ornamented with engravings by W. Byrne ... from views painted by G. Walker, etc"

Perthshire from "Scottish Scenery: or, Sketches in verse, descriptive of scenes chiefly in the Highlands of Scotland: accompanied with notes and illustrations; and ornamented with engravings by W. Byrne ... from views painted by G. Walker, etc"

portrait from "Scottish Scenery: or, Sketches in verse, descriptive of scenes chiefly in the Highlands of Scotland: accompanied with notes and illustrations; and ornamented with engravings by W. Byrne ... from views painted by G. Walker, etc"

portrait from "[The history of Scotland ... The thirteenth edition, with alterations and additions.]"

Near Blair Athol, Scotland (Liber Studiorum, part VI, plate 30)

Peat Bog, Scotland (Liber Studiorum, part IX, plate 45)

Peat Bog, Scotland (Liber Studiorum, part IX, plate 45)

William II from "The History of the Kingdom of Scotland ... to the happy Union of both kingdoms ... in 1602 ... By Richard Burton (N. Crouch). A new edition, with woodcut portraits [of the first part of “The History of the Kingdoms of Scotland and Ireland.”] [Edited by James Caulfield.] L.P"

King of Scots from "The History of the Kingdom of Scotland ... to the happy Union of both kingdoms ... in 1602 ... By Richard Burton (N. Crouch). A new edition, with woodcut portraits [of the first part of “The History of the Kingdoms of Scotland and Ireland.”] [Edited by James Caulfield.] L.P"

first Norman King of England from "The History of the Kingdom of Scotland ... to the happy Union of both kingdoms ... in 1602 ... By Richard Burton (N. Crouch). A new edition, with woodcut portraits [of the first part of “The History of the Kingdoms of Scotland and Ireland.”] [Edited by James Caulfield.] L.P"

profile from "The History of the Kingdom of Scotland ... to the happy Union of both kingdoms ... in 1602 ... By Richard Burton (N. Crouch). A new edition, with woodcut portraits [of the first part of “The History of the Kingdoms of Scotland and Ireland.”] [Edited by James Caulfield.] L.P"

James I from "The History of the Kingdom of Scotland ... to the happy Union of both kingdoms ... in 1602 ... By Richard Burton (N. Crouch). A new edition, with woodcut portraits [of the first part of “The History of the Kingdoms of Scotland and Ireland.”] [Edited by James Caulfield.] L.P"

Mary Queen of Scots from "The History of the Kingdom of Scotland ... to the happy Union of both kingdoms ... in 1602 ... By Richard Burton (N. Crouch). A new edition, with woodcut portraits [of the first part of “The History of the Kingdoms of Scotland and Ireland.”] [Edited by James Caulfield.] L.P"

James I from "The History of the Kingdom of Scotland ... to the happy Union of both kingdoms ... in 1602 ... By Richard Burton (N. Crouch). A new edition, with woodcut portraits [of the first part of “The History of the Kingdoms of Scotland and Ireland.”] [Edited by James Caulfield.] L.P"

Richard I from "The History of the Kingdom of Scotland ... to the happy Union of both kingdoms ... in 1602 ... By Richard Burton (N. Crouch). A new edition, with woodcut portraits [of the first part of “The History of the Kingdoms of Scotland and Ireland.”] [Edited by James Caulfield.] L.P"

Henry Stuart Lord Darnley from "The History of the Kingdom of Scotland ... to the happy Union of both kingdoms ... in 1602 ... By Richard Burton (N. Crouch). A new edition, with woodcut portraits [of the first part of “The History of the Kingdoms of Scotland and Ireland.”] [Edited by James Caulfield.] L.P"

Henry V from "The History of the Kingdom of Scotland ... to the happy Union of both kingdoms ... in 1602 ... By Richard Burton (N. Crouch). A new edition, with woodcut portraits [of the first part of “The History of the Kingdoms of Scotland and Ireland.”] [Edited by James Caulfield.] L.P"

4th earl of Morton from "The History of the Kingdom of Scotland ... to the happy Union of both kingdoms ... in 1602 ... By Richard Burton (N. Crouch). A new edition, with woodcut portraits [of the first part of “The History of the Kingdoms of Scotland and Ireland.”] [Edited by James Caulfield.] L.P"

King of Scots from "The History of the Kingdom of Scotland ... to the happy Union of both kingdoms ... in 1602 ... By Richard Burton (N. Crouch). A new edition, with woodcut portraits [of the first part of “The History of the Kingdoms of Scotland and Ireland.”] [Edited by James Caulfield.] L.P"

Alfred the Great from "The History of the Kingdom of Scotland ... to the happy Union of both kingdoms ... in 1602 ... By Richard Burton (N. Crouch). A new edition, with woodcut portraits [of the first part of “The History of the Kingdoms of Scotland and Ireland.”] [Edited by James Caulfield.] L.P"

last king of the House of Wessex from "The History of the Kingdom of Scotland ... to the happy Union of both kingdoms ... in 1602 ... By Richard Burton (N. Crouch). A new edition, with woodcut portraits [of the first part of “The History of the Kingdoms of Scotland and Ireland.”] [Edited by James Caulfield.] L.P"

profile from "The History of the Kingdom of Scotland ... to the happy Union of both kingdoms ... in 1602 ... By Richard Burton (N. Crouch). A new edition, with woodcut portraits [of the first part of “The History of the Kingdoms of Scotland and Ireland.”] [Edited by James Caulfield.] L.P"

James I, King of Scots from "The History of the Kingdom of Scotland ... to the happy Union of both kingdoms ... in 1602 ... By Richard Burton (N. Crouch). A new edition, with woodcut portraits [of the first part of “The History of the Kingdoms of Scotland and Ireland.”] [Edited by James Caulfield.] L.P"

James IV from "The History of the Kingdom of Scotland ... to the happy Union of both kingdoms ... in 1602 ... By Richard Burton (N. Crouch). A new edition, with woodcut portraits [of the first part of “The History of the Kingdoms of Scotland and Ireland.”] [Edited by James Caulfield.] L.P"

King Alfred from "The History of the Kingdom of Scotland ... to the happy Union of both kingdoms ... in 1602 ... By Richard Burton (N. Crouch). A new edition, with woodcut portraits [of the first part of “The History of the Kingdoms of Scotland and Ireland.”] [Edited by James Caulfield.] L.P"

Wars of Scottish Independence from "The History of the Kingdom of Scotland ... to the happy Union of both kingdoms ... in 1602 ... By Richard Burton (N. Crouch). A new edition, with woodcut portraits [of the first part of “The History of the Kingdoms of Scotland and Ireland.”] [Edited by James Caulfield.] L.P"

Richard III from "The History of the Kingdom of Scotland ... to the happy Union of both kingdoms ... in 1602 ... By Richard Burton (N. Crouch). A new edition, with woodcut portraits [of the first part of “The History of the Kingdoms of Scotland and Ireland.”] [Edited by James Caulfield.] L.P"

James III from "The History of the Kingdom of Scotland ... to the happy Union of both kingdoms ... in 1602 ... By Richard Burton (N. Crouch). A new edition, with woodcut portraits [of the first part of “The History of the Kingdoms of Scotland and Ireland.”] [Edited by James Caulfield.] L.P"

Henry Stuart, 1st Duke of Albany from "The History of the Kingdom of Scotland ... to the happy Union of both kingdoms ... in 1602 ... By Richard Burton (N. Crouch). A new edition, with woodcut portraits [of the first part of “The History of the Kingdoms of Scotland and Ireland.”] [Edited by James Caulfield.] L.P"

Edward II from "The History of the Kingdom of Scotland ... to the happy Union of both kingdoms ... in 1602 ... By Richard Burton (N. Crouch). A new edition, with woodcut portraits [of the first part of “The History of the Kingdoms of Scotland and Ireland.”] [Edited by James Caulfield.] L.P"

coronation chair from "The History of the Kingdom of Scotland ... to the happy Union of both kingdoms ... in 1602 ... By Richard Burton (N. Crouch). A new edition, with woodcut portraits [of the first part of “The History of the Kingdoms of Scotland and Ireland.”] [Edited by James Caulfield.] L.P"

Alexander Wilson, author of the American Ornithology, native of Paisley, Scotland died 1813 aged 45 / drawn & engraved by J.J. Barralet.

Edinburgh from "The History of Scotland ... embellished with elegant engravings"

Dub, King of Scotland from "The History of Scotland ... embellished with elegant engravings"

Doune Castle, principal entrance, Perthshire.

titlepage from "The History of Scotland ... embellished with elegant engravings"

Dumblain Abbey, Scotland (Liber Studiorum, part XI, plate 56)

Inverary Castle and Town, Scotland (Liber Studiorum, part XIII, plate 65)

Inverary Castle and Town, Scotland (Liber Studiorum, part XIII)

Ben Arthur, Scotland (Liber Studiorum, part XIV, plate 69)

Ben Arthur, Scotland (Liber Studiorum, part XIV, plate 69)

View of a lake or river with a sailboat

View of a Waterfall (recto); Landscape Study (verso)

View of a river with a promenade

View of Fingal's Cave

View of the Thames with Figures in Foreground

The Custom House at Greenock, Scotland

Edinburgh from "Modern Athens, displayed in a series of views; or, Edinburgh in the nineteenth century; exhibiting the whole of the new buildings, modern improvements, antiquities, & picturesque scenery of the Scottish metropolis & its environs, from original drawings by Mr. T. H. Shepherd. With historical, topographical & critical illustrations [by John Britton]"

Water of Leith from "Modern Athens, displayed in a series of views; or, Edinburgh in the nineteenth century; exhibiting the whole of the new buildings, modern improvements, antiquities, & picturesque scenery of the Scottish metropolis & its environs, from original drawings by Mr. T. H. Shepherd. With historical, topographical & critical illustrations [by John Britton]"

Old Town from "Modern Athens, displayed in a series of views; or, Edinburgh in the nineteenth century; exhibiting the whole of the new buildings, modern improvements, antiquities, & picturesque scenery of the Scottish metropolis & its environs, from original drawings by Mr. T. H. Shepherd. With historical, topographical & critical illustrations [by John Britton]"

seat of the Duke of Argyll, chief of Clan Campbell from "Modern Athens, displayed in a series of views; or, Edinburgh in the nineteenth century; exhibiting the whole of the new buildings, modern improvements, antiquities, & picturesque scenery of the Scottish metropolis & its environs, from original drawings by Mr. T. H. Shepherd. With historical, topographical & critical illustrations [by John Britton]"

Edinburgh from "Modern Athens, displayed in a series of views; or, Edinburgh in the nineteenth century; exhibiting the whole of the new buildings, modern improvements, antiquities, & picturesque scenery of the Scottish metropolis & its environs, from original drawings by Mr. T. H. Shepherd. With historical, topographical & critical illustrations [by John Britton]"

Edinburgh from "Modern Athens, displayed in a series of views; or, Edinburgh in the nineteenth century; exhibiting the whole of the new buildings, modern improvements, antiquities, & picturesque scenery of the Scottish metropolis & its environs, from original drawings by Mr. T. H. Shepherd. With historical, topographical & critical illustrations [by John Britton]"

Airth Castle from "Modern Athens, displayed in a series of views; or, Edinburgh in the nineteenth century; exhibiting the whole of the new buildings, modern improvements, antiquities, & picturesque scenery of the Scottish metropolis & its environs, from original drawings by Mr. T. H. Shepherd. With historical, topographical & critical illustrations [by John Britton]"

Register Office from "Modern Athens, displayed in a series of views; or, Edinburgh in the nineteenth century; exhibiting the whole of the new buildings, modern improvements, antiquities, & picturesque scenery of the Scottish metropolis & its environs, from original drawings by Mr. T. H. Shepherd. With historical, topographical & critical illustrations [by John Britton]"

former seat of the Duke of Buccleuch from "Modern Athens, displayed in a series of views; or, Edinburgh in the nineteenth century; exhibiting the whole of the new buildings, modern improvements, antiquities, & picturesque scenery of the Scottish metropolis & its environs, from original drawings by Mr. T. H. Shepherd. With historical, topographical & critical illustrations [by John Britton]"

Water of Leith from "Modern Athens, displayed in a series of views; or, Edinburgh in the nineteenth century; exhibiting the whole of the new buildings, modern improvements, antiquities, & picturesque scenery of the Scottish metropolis & its environs, from original drawings by Mr. T. H. Shepherd. With historical, topographical & critical illustrations [by John Britton]"

Craigleith from "Modern Athens, displayed in a series of views; or, Edinburgh in the nineteenth century; exhibiting the whole of the new buildings, modern improvements, antiquities, & picturesque scenery of the Scottish metropolis & its environs, from original drawings by Mr. T. H. Shepherd. With historical, topographical & critical illustrations [by John Britton]"

Gordon Castle from "Modern Athens, displayed in a series of views; or, Edinburgh in the nineteenth century; exhibiting the whole of the new buildings, modern improvements, antiquities, & picturesque scenery of the Scottish metropolis & its environs, from original drawings by Mr. T. H. Shepherd. With historical, topographical & critical illustrations [by John Britton]"

Perthshire from "Modern Athens, displayed in a series of views; or, Edinburgh in the nineteenth century; exhibiting the whole of the new buildings, modern improvements, antiquities, & picturesque scenery of the Scottish metropolis & its environs, from original drawings by Mr. T. H. Shepherd. With historical, topographical & critical illustrations [by John Britton]"

Mingarry Castle from "Modern Athens, displayed in a series of views; or, Edinburgh in the nineteenth century; exhibiting the whole of the new buildings, modern improvements, antiquities, & picturesque scenery of the Scottish metropolis & its environs, from original drawings by Mr. T. H. Shepherd. With historical, topographical & critical illustrations [by John Britton]"

South Ayrshire from "Modern Athens, displayed in a series of views; or, Edinburgh in the nineteenth century; exhibiting the whole of the new buildings, modern improvements, antiquities, & picturesque scenery of the Scottish metropolis & its environs, from original drawings by Mr. T. H. Shepherd. With historical, topographical & critical illustrations [by John Britton]"

Aberdeenshire from "Modern Athens, displayed in a series of views; or, Edinburgh in the nineteenth century; exhibiting the whole of the new buildings, modern improvements, antiquities, & picturesque scenery of the Scottish metropolis & its environs, from original drawings by Mr. T. H. Shepherd. With historical, topographical & critical illustrations [by John Britton]"

Inchrye from "Modern Athens, displayed in a series of views; or, Edinburgh in the nineteenth century; exhibiting the whole of the new buildings, modern improvements, antiquities, & picturesque scenery of the Scottish metropolis & its environs, from original drawings by Mr. T. H. Shepherd. With historical, topographical & critical illustrations [by John Britton]"

Edinburgh from "Modern Athens, displayed in a series of views; or, Edinburgh in the nineteenth century; exhibiting the whole of the new buildings, modern improvements, antiquities, & picturesque scenery of the Scottish metropolis & its environs, from original drawings by Mr. T. H. Shepherd. With historical, topographical & critical illustrations [by John Britton]"

portrait from "[The History of Scotland, from the Union to the abolition of the heritable jurisdictions in 1748, etc.]"