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Collection consisting chiefly of sketches and drawings by Lieutenant-General G H Hutton, part 1, box 4., 1789-1820, undated.

Identifier: Adv.MS.30.5.22 (4 of 7), numbers 23a-26d

Scope and Contents

The contents are as follows: Argyllshire (23a) Sketch, ‘Kilmund [i.e. Kilmun] E view, Aug. 1802. (23b) Drawing, “Col. Ch. Kilmund [i.e. St. Mund’s Collegiate Church, Kilmun] N E view, August 1802.” (23c) Notes and sketches, 1789, of John Melvill, ‘An oblique view of ye remains of ye Collegiate Church of Kilmun’. (23d) Sketch, ‘Collegiate church, Kilmund [i.e.Kilmun] – S E view, Aug. 1802.’ (23e) Drawing of effigies at St. Mund’s Collegiate Church, Kilmun, ‘Monument at Kilmund, Aug. 1802’. (23f) Drawing, ‘Fragment of an inscription on the west end of the church of Kilmund [i.e. Kilmun]. It is said to have been part of the inscription of the monument of Sir Duncan Campbell & his wife. Kilmund, 5th Aug. 1802. (23g) Drawing, ‘Lismore [Church] – S W view. Septr. 1820’. (23h) Description and drawing of Oransay Priory, copied from ‘A tour in Scotland and voyage to the Hebrides 1772’ by Thomas Pennant. (23i) Engraving, undated, ‘The cave of Fingal, in Staffa, one of the Western Islands.’ (23j) Engraving, undated, ‘Isle of Staffa’. (23k) Note, 30 May 1818, of information received from William Daniell, of discovery, circa 1793, of coins in druidical circle at Rassella, near Kilmartin, Loch Crenan, Argyllshire. (24a) Drawing, ‘Sadael [i.e Saddell] Abbey - west view; Augt. 1802.’ (24b) Drawing, ‘Part of Sadael [i.e. Saddell] Abbey - south view. This view shows the north wall of the church.’ (24c) Drawing, with some areas of wash, ‘Sadael [i.e Saddell] Abbey, N W view, Aug. 1802. The ruins of the abbey are among the trees to the right of the fine old elm tree, and are shaded dark.’ (24d) Sketch of plan, with notes, 18 August 1802, of Saddell Abbey. (24e) Sketch “Monument at Sadael [i.e. Saddell] Abbey, 21 Aug. 1802. It is near Macdonald’s within the ruins of the church”. (25a) Sketch, “Monument at Sadael [i.e. Saddell] Abbey, 1802. It lies within the church near Macdonald’s [monument]”. (25b) Drawing, “Macdonald’s monument in Sadael [i.e. Saddell] Abbey – Aug. 1802.” (25c) Sketch, ‘Monument at Sadael [i.e. Saddell] Abbey, Argyleshire [sic], 21st Aug. 1802.’ (26a) Drawing, ‘Monument at Sadael [i.e. Saddell] Abbey, a few yards to the east of the church. It lies in the burial place of Dugald Campbell Esqr. of Glen Carradale, 1802’. (26b) Sketch, “Monument at Sadael [i.e. Saddell] Abbey, Aug. 1802; Bird’s eye view.” (26c) Sketch, ‘Monument in Sadael [i.e. Saddell] Abbey, Augt. 1802.’ (26d) Drawing, “Monument at Sadael [i.e. Saddell] Abbey, 19 Aug. 1802; Bird’s eye view”.


  • Creation: 1789-1820, undated.


23 Items

Language of Materials

From the Collection: English

Repository Details

Part of the National Library of Scotland Archives and Manuscripts Division Repository

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