Collection consisting chiefly of sketches and drawings by Lieutenant-General G H Hutton, part 2, box 14. Edit

Summary

Component Unique Identifier
Adv.MS.30.5.23 (14 of 14), numbers 180-194
Level of Description
File

Dates

  • 1781-1820, and undated. (Creation)

Extents

  • 23 Items (Whole)

Subjects

Notes

  • Scope and Contents

    The contents are as follows: Orkney (180) Kirkwall, St Magnus’ Cathedral, drawing, undated, by William Daniell of interior; (181a) Kirkwall, St Magnus’ Cathedral, drawing, undated, probably by William Daniell of archway; (181b) Kirkwall, St Magnus’ Cathedral, drawings, undated, probably by William Daniell of capitals of pillars; (181c) Kirkwall, St Magnus’ Cathedral, plan, 1818, by William Daniell; (182) Kirkwall, Earl’s Place, drawing, undated, copied from drawing, 1792, by Edward H Columbine (the original now in the National Maritime Museum); (183a) Stenness, Standing Stones, drawing, [?1818], by William Daniell; (183b) Stenness, Standing Stones, drawing, 1802, copied from drawing, 1792, by Edward H Columbine (the original now in the National Maritime Museum); (184a) Stenness, Standing Stones, drawing, 1802, copied from drawing, 1792, by Edward H Columbine (the original now in the National Maritime Museum); (184b) Stenness, Standing Stones, drawing, 1807, by J Mc--; Zetland (Shetland) (185a) Scalloway, Castle, drawing, 1802, copied from drawing, 1792, by Edward H Columbine (the original now in the National Maritime Museum); (185b) Scalloway, Castle, copy, 1802, of description, [1792], by Edward H Columbine (the original now in the National Maritime Museum); (186) Unst, Buness House, drawing, 1802, of south view and description, copied from originals, 1792, by Edward H Columbine (now in the National Maritime Museum); Dumfriesshire (187a)–(188b) Holywood, Abbey, rubbings, [1811], of inscriptions on smaller bell; see also Adv.MS.30.5.22, (30e); Unlocated (189a) Transcript of fragmentary inscription mentioning Christophorus, undated; Aberdeenshire (189b) Aberdeen, St Machar’s Cathedral, transcript, undated, by John Forbes of Boyndlie of monumental inscriptions of Henry de Lichton, Bishop of Aberdeen, and his nephew Alexander de Rynd of Broxismoche; Miscellaneous (190a)-(190c) Rubbings of unidentified monumental inscription (watermark 1809); (191) Print, 1782, (incomplete, ?proof) of encampment by James Wales dedicated to Henry Scott, 3rd Duke of Buccleuch; (192) Copy of sketch, undated, of crowned head on back of charter, 1322, in College of Glasgow; (193) Copy, 1821, by R Munro of supposed portrait of King William I of Scotland in Trinity Hall, Aberdeen; see letter, 22 October 1821, of Hutton to John Dillon, Secretary of Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, with reproduction of painting, in ‘Archaeologia Scotia’, 3 (1831), page 298 and plate 10. See also ‘Three bogus Trinitarian pictures’ by David McRoberts in ‘Innes Review’, 11 (1960), pages 52-67; Yorkshire (194) Roch, Abbey, etching, undated, of ruins probably by George Barret the elder (died 1784) or the younger (died 1843).

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