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The Scott Monument under Construction

Mrs Barbara (Johnstone) Flucker

Isabella Burns, Mrs John Begg, 1771 - 1858. Youngest sister of Robert Burns

St Andrews 1842


William Leighton Leitch

Sir Charles Lyell - Geologist

[Unidentified Man]

Rev. Mr. Smith of Borgue

The 42nd Gordon Highlanders, Edinburgh Castle

St. Andrews. The Pends

George Gilfillan and Samuel Brown

James Dymock

Newhaven Fishwife


Lord Robertson

David Roberts

Edinburgh. Greyfriars' Churchyard

Tree at Colinton

Rev. Dr. Keith

Edinburgh. The Scott Monument

Kenneth Macleay

Bonaly Towers. Home of Lord Cockburn

James Aytoun

St. Andrews. The Fore Tower of the Castle

St. Andrews (?). Ships in the Harbor

Lady, Standing

[George Gordon (?)]

William Etty, R.A.


Bonaly Towers

"Cookie" Miller

Mr. and Mrs. John Thomson


Dr. Jabez Bunting

Fisher Lassies


Newhaven Fisherman

St. Andrews. North Street, Fishergate

St. Andrews

Master Finlay

John Henning as Edie Ochiltree from Sir Walter Scott's "The Antiquary"

Unidentified Woman

The Misses McCandlish

William Borthwick Johnstone, William Leighton Leitch and David Scott as "The Monks of Kennaquhair" from Sir Walter Scott's "The Abbott"

Lane and Lewis / Lane and Redding

Robert Dundas Cay

Presbytery of Dumbarton

Dr. Welsh (Retiring Moderator of Gel' Assembly 1843)


John Murray (Publisher)

Thomas Chalmers

Edinburgh. The Royal High School

Rev. Charles John Brown

Sir William Allan, P.R.S.A.

Bonaly Towers. Home of Lord Cockburn

Dr. Foulis


Dr. MacCulloch of Kelso and Greenock

Mrs. Marian Murray, Lady Stair

Edinburgh. Greyfriars' Churchyard

St. Andrews. The Fore Tower of the Castle

Newhaven Group


Mrs. Grierson

Dr. Arnold

Rev. Dr. Andrew Sutherland

Newhaven Group


Rev. Thomas Jollie, Bowden

Newhaven Fisherman

Mrs. Shanker

Patrick Byrne

Patrick Byrne

Edinburgh. Greyfriars' Churchyard

Rev. James Scott

Kenneth MaCleay, R.S.A.

Newhaven Family

Rev. Dr. Thomas Chalmers

Dr. Welsh

Finlay Children

Dr. Inglis, Halifax

Rev. Dr. John Purves, Jedburgh

Rev. Thomas Chalmers, 1780 - 1847. Preacher and social reformer (shown preaching)


Dr. Monro

St. Andrews

Samuel Aitken. Bookseller and friend of Thomas Carlyle

MacKenzie (Tongue)

Miss Binney

Thomas Kitchenham Staveley, M.P. Ripon

The Misses McCandlish

Sir John Jaffray and Dhanjiobai Nauroji

Lady Elizabeth Eastlake

The Porthole / Sergeant and Private of the 42nd Gordon Highlanders, Edinburgh Castle

"Edinburgh Ale" James Ballentine, Dr. George Bell, D.O. Hill

Moir (?) and John Wilson

Prof. John Wilson


St. Andrews