Collection consisting chiefly of sketches and drawings by Lieutenant-General G H Hutton, part 1, box 1. Edit

Summary

Component Unique Identifier
Adv.MS.30.5.22 (1 of 7), numbers 1a-7h
Level of Description
File

Dates

  • 1789-[circa 1820], undated. (Creation)

Extents

  • 29 Items (Whole)

Subjects

Notes

  • Scope and Contents

    The contents are as follows: Aberdeen (1a) Drawing, undated, probably a prospect of Aberdeen. (1b) Engraving, 1812, ‘Plan of the city and harbour of Aberdeen. and improvements.’, from a copy of the ‘History of Aberdeen’, by Walter Thom, volume 1, preceding the title page. (2a) Drawing, 1815, annotated “Aberdeen [St Machar’s] Cath[edra]l. S. E. view, from a sketch by Mr G. Smith”. (2b) Drawing, 1815, annotated “Aberdeen [St Machar’s] Cathedral – West View – From a sketch by Mr. G. Smith”. (2c) Drawing, undated [watermark 1817], “From a sketch by the Rev J Cordiner. Aberdeen [St Machar’s] Cathedral, W. view”. (2d) Drawing, 1820, “Monument in the Session Room of the Cathedral [St Machar’s] of Old Aberdeen”, by J Logan. (2e) Drawing, 1820, “Monument in the interior south wall of the cathedral [St Machar’s] of Old Aberdeen”, by J Logan. (2f) Drawing, 1819, “Part of a buttress with an inscription on the south side of the remains of the south Transept of the Cathedral [St Machar’s], Old Aberdeen”, by J Logan. (2g) Drawing, 1815, of an inscribed stone in St Machar’s Cathedral, Aberdeen. (2h) Drawing, [circa 1820], of tombstone, annotated “In the cathedral [St. Machar’s] of Old Aberdeen”, by J Logan. (2i) Drawing, [circa 1820], of monument, annotated ‘In the West Church of Aberdeen’, by J Logan. (2j) Drawing, [circa 1820], of monument, annotated ‘In the West Church of Aberdeen’, by J Logan. (3a) Drawing, 1819, “Ancient pulpit in the session room of the cathedral church [St. Machar’s] of Old Aberdeen, by J Logan. (3b) Drawing, [?1819], ‘Plan of the pulpit’, St. Machar’s Cathedral, Aberdeen, by J Logan. (4) Drawings, 1820, “Fragment in the cathedral [St. Machar’s] churchyard of Old Aberdeen”; and, ‘Lintel of Bishop Dunbar’s Hospital’, by J Logan. (5a) Copy, [circa 1800], of a drawing, 1796, “Bp. Dunbar’s Hospital, Aberdeen. S. E. aspect. From a drawing in the possession of Prof. Ogilvie, King’s Col. which he caused to be made previous to the taking down the building a few years ago”. (5b) Drawing, 1819, “Bishop Lichton’s monument; It formerly lay in Bishop Dunbar’s aisle”, St Machar’s Cathedral, Aberdeen, by J Logan. (5c) Drawing, 1790, “Window in the Franciscan church Aberdeen, now the church of the Marischal College [formerly in Greyfriars’ Church] communicated by Prof. Stuart.” (5d) Drawing, 1819, ‘The effigy of Sir Robert Davidson, Provost of Aberdeen who was slain in the Battle of Harlaw, 1411’, by J Logan. (6a) Drawing, undated, ‘Ceiling of the east end of St. Nicholas Church Aberdeen’, by J Logan. (6b) Drawing, 1820, ‘Chapel of St Mary Magdalen, beneath the east end of St Nicholas [Collegiate Church] Aberdeen, from the south west corner’, by J Logan.

    Aberdeenshire. Deer. (7a) Watercolour, 1796, ‘Deer Abbey, south view’. (7b) Reduced copy, [circa 1790], by Francis Grose of (7h), drawing, 1789, ‘South view of the remains of the Abbey of Deer communicated to Mr Hutton by the Rev. Mr John Craigie, minister of St Fergus, August 1789’. (7c) Drawing, 1819, ‘Deer, Abbey, south view, July 1819’. (7d) Drawing, 1815, ‘Deer, Abbey from the south’. (7e) Sketch plan, 1815, of Deer Abbey, with notes, and drawing of north wall. (7f) ‘Plan of the ground & plot of the houses of the Abbey of Deer, in the shire of Aberdeen, Novr. 21st 1789’, by W Whyte. (7g) ‘Ground plan of the Abbey of Deer, as near as can be traced, 1805, by Mr. – Allan.’ (7h) Watercolour, 1789, ‘South view of the remains of the Abbey of Deer. Communicated by the Rev. Mr. John Craigie, minister of St. Fergus, August 1789’; see also (7b).

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