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Topic: scots

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Lake, an island, and the ships of the Scots from BL Royal 15 E IV, f. 146

Lake, an island, and the ships of the Scots from BL Royal 15 E IV, f. ...

Detail of a miniature of a lake, an island, and the ships of the Scots. Image taken from f. 146 of Anciennes et nouvelles chroniques d'Angleterre, volume 1. Written in French.

Lake, island, and ships of the Scots from BL Royal 15 E IV, f. 146

Lake, island, and ships of the Scots from BL Royal 15 E IV, f. 146

Miniature of a lake, an island, and the ships of the Scots. Image taken from f. 146 of Anciennes et nouvelles chroniques d'Angleterre, volume 1. Written in French.

Marriage of the Francis II with Mary Queen of Scots

Marriage of the Francis II with Mary Queen of Scots

Attributed to Guillaume Martin (French, ca. 1520–ca. 1590)

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

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

An open space in a country town where "The Post House" is at the sign of "The Old Crown, kept by George King with ye best of Usage". Highlanders are plundering and abusing the inhabitants in all directions. A d... more

The Scots triumph, or a peep behind the curtain

The Scots triumph, or a peep behind the curtain

Cartoon shows the entrance to a large building furnished with columns, from which heavy curtains are suspended. In the distance is the dome of St. Paul's to signify that the scene is in London. A coach, which i... more

Mary, Queen of Scots witnessing the murder of David Rizzio

Mary, Queen of Scots witnessing the murder of David Rizzio

In a dramatic night-time scene, Mary Queen of Scots attempts to save her Italian musician Rizzio, who is being attacked by men sent by her husband Lord Darnley. The print won a gold medal and a premium of 10 gu... more

Mary, Queen of Scots

Mary, Queen of Scots

Edward Harding (British, Stafford 1755–1840 London)

Poor Sawney in sweetbriars / Rd. Newton del et fecit.

Poor Sawney in sweetbriars / Rd. Newton del et fecit.

Illustration shows two grotesquely caricatured Scots passing on the road, one, a peddler of sewing wares, says to the other who is somewhat emaciated, "What the deel is the matter with you Sawney?" to which he ... more

Mary, Queen of Scots

Mary, Queen of Scots

Francesco Bartolozzi (Italian, Florence 1728–1815 Lisbon)

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"

King of Scots from "The History of the Kingdom of Scotland ... to the ...

This image has been taken from scan 000151 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 portrai... more

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"

Mary Queen of Scots from "The History of the Kingdom of Scotland ... t...

This image has been taken from scan 000165 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 portrai... more

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"

King of Scots from "The History of the Kingdom of Scotland ... to the ...

This image has been taken from scan 000160 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 portrai... more

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 I, King of Scots from "The History of the Kingdom of Scotland .....

This image has been taken from scan 000147 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 portrai... more

Marriage of Mary, Queen of Scots (1558)

Marriage of Mary, Queen of Scots (1558)

Jean-Baptiste Salmson (French, 1807–1866)

The Massachusetts hoar, outwitted, or hopping-John, and Johnny-cake, for cod fish 'notions,' wide awake!!!

The Massachusetts hoar, outwitted, or hopping-John, and Johnny-cake, f...

An imaginative but puzzling commentary on sectional tensions over slavery between New England abolitionists and southern agrarian slaveholders. In his sweeping satire the artist also portrays a considerable hos... more

Colonel Clarke, Scots' Greys, with the horse wounded at Balaklava

Colonel Clarke, Scots' Greys, with the horse wounded at Balaklava

Colonel George Clarke, full-length portrait, wearing uniform, standing beside his horse, Sultan, facing left; horse's reins are held by a man who is possibly a servant; horse's rump is branded "2D" for 2nd Drag... more

The Rival Queens – Mary Queen of Scots Defying Queen Elizabeth

The Rival Queens – Mary Queen of Scots Defying Queen Elizabeth

Historical scene. Mary Queen of Scots, at left, raises hand to Queen Elizabeth, at right. Currier & Ives (American, active New York, 1857–1907)

Mary Queen of Scots / G. W. Wilson & Co.

Mary Queen of Scots / G. W. Wilson & Co.

Photograph of portrait painting shows Mary, Queen of Scots, half-length portrait, facing left.

map from "Concise historical proofs respecting the Gael of Alban; or, Highlanders of Scotland, as descended of the Caledonian Picts, with the origin of the Irish Scots ... With explanatory notes, map, illustrations, and descriptions of the Country of the Gael"

map from "Concise historical proofs respecting the Gael of Alban; or, ...

This image has been taken from scan 000389 from "Concise historical proofs respecting the Gael of Alban; or, Highlanders of Scotland, as descended of the Caledonian Picts, with the origin of the Irish Scots ...... more

Mary, Queen of Scots from "Zehn Bilder aus Süd-England oder: Wanderungen und Betrachtungen eines Katholiken, etc. [Illustrated.]"

Mary, Queen of Scots from "Zehn Bilder aus Süd-England oder: Wanderun...

This image has been taken from scan 000100 from "Zehn Bilder aus Süd-England oder: Wanderungen und Betrachtungen eines Katholiken, etc. [Illustrated.]". The title and subject terms of this image have been gene... more

The execution of Mary, Queen of Scots /

The execution of Mary, Queen of Scots /

From Maguire & Baucus catalogue: Representing the beheading of Mary, Queen of Scots. A realistic reproduction of an historic scene.

Highlanders having a rest on their way from the trenches

Highlanders having a rest on their way from the trenches

This photograph shows a group of kilted soldiers from one of the Highland Regiments. The men are resting, leaning against the wall of a large shell-damaged building. Their relief at getting away from the trench... more

Earl Haig inspecting the guard of honour

Earl Haig inspecting the guard of honour

General Haig inspecting troops, Messine, Belgium. The image is framed by two rows of soldiers down either side, angling away from the camera. Between them General Haig and his staff are approaching the photogra... more

Private of the Scots guards in full marching order

Private of the Scots guards in full marching order

British Photographs of World War I

Daylight reconnaissance

Daylight reconnaissance

Royal Scots in No Man's Land, France, during World War I. This photograph shows a party of soldiers from the Royal Scots Regiment creeping along between a field and a hedge. The caption indicates they were adva... more

Private of the Scots guards in full marching order

Private of the Scots guards in full marching order

British Photographs of World War I

Wm. Robinson, Royal Scots Grays in Canadian Hospital, Le Touquet -- (Private Wm. Robinson)

Wm. Robinson, Royal Scots Grays in Canadian Hospital, Le Touquet -- (P...

Photograph shows nurse standing at bed of William Robinson, at the Canadian base hospital in the Hotel du Golf at Le Touquet, France during World War I. (Source: Flickr Commons project, 2012)

Recovering soldiers play basketball

Recovering soldiers play basketball

The players in the game seem happy and excited. It is unusual to see men and women interacting in images in this collection, making this scene all the more arresting...W.A.A.C. stands for Women's Army Auxiliary... more

Ceremonies and Parades - American troops in Lonodn, England.  Scene in Buckingham Palace Road, London, England, showing the procession of American troops, headed by a band of Scots Guards with pipers, passing Buckingham Palace (on the right).  June (August) 1917

Ceremonies and Parades - American troops in Lonodn, England. Scene in...

Date Taken: 1917. - Photographer: Cent. News Ph. Ser. Ceremonies and Parades

Etta Mackay, prof. womens champ of the world

Etta Mackay, prof. womens champ of the world

Title from unverified data provided by the National Photo Company on the negatives or negative sleeves. Date from caption list. Caption from caption list: Miss Etta Mackay, Proffessional [sic] woman champion sw... more