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The majority of the water-colours and drawings are landscapes, chiefly executed in the Edinburgh area or in Aberdour, Fife, during an extended visit to Scotland in 1809-1810, but there are also two drawings of fishwives, perhaps at Newhaven, and another entitled 'Bottling Whiskey' (see MS.8872).
Nine black and white photographs of landscapes now in the National Gallery of Scotland are also included.
The original numbering of the drawings, devised by Arundel S Clay, has been retained, namely, Book I, numbers 2-4, 8-16, 18-20, 23-24, 26-27, 30-35, 49, 65 and Book V, numbers 4-8.