Collection consisting chiefly of sketches and drawings by Lieutenant-General G H Hutton, part 1, box 6. Edit

Summary

Component Unique Identifier
Adv.MS.30.5.22 (6 of 7), numbers 30d-36a
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Dates

  • 1784-1816, undated. (Creation)

Extents

  • 23 Items (Whole)

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Notes

  • Scope and Contents

    The contents are as follows: Dumfriesshire (30d) Drawing, [1811], of bell from Holywood Abbey, Dumfriesshire. (30e) Drawing, [1811], of bell, and its inscription, from Holywood Abbey, Dumfriesshire. See also Adv.MS.30.5.23 (187a)-(188b) for rubbings of the bell. (30f) Note, 1811, concerning drawings of bells (30d-30e) from Holywood, Abbey. (30g) Sketch, ‘Stone lying at the west door of the church of Holywood, Oct. 27 1811.’

    Berwickshire (31) Plan, 1816, ‘Remains of the old church of Abbey St. Bathans, the green [shading] is old and the pink is modern buildings’, by Alexander Morton. (32a) Drawing, ‘St. Bothans Nunnery, S E view, 1788.’ (32b) Drawing, ‘St. Bothans Nunnery, Berwickshire. 1788. East view.’ (33a) Drawing, ‘Coldingham Priory, 1788. E view.’ (33b) Drawing, ‘Inside view of the back wall of the Priory of Coldingham as it stands at present. Communicated by Mr Willm. Home to Mr John Mitchell, Coupar Angus, from whom I received it, Decr. 1820.’ (33c) Plan, ‘Coldingham [Priory, dependent of] Dunfermline [Abbey], 1816’, by Alexander Morton. (34a) Drawing, in pencil partly overworked in ink, ‘Coldstream Nunnery from the north, 1785’. (34b) Drawing, in pencil partly overworked in ink, ‘Coldstream Nunnery 1784.’ (34c) Drawing, ‘Pillar of Deadrig, Berwickshire, 1785, N & E sides.’ (34d) Drawing, 1785, of Pillar of Deadrig, Berwickshire, south and west sides. (34e) Drawing, in pencil, partly overworked in ink, ‘Hume Castle, Berwickshire, S E view, 1789. Reproduced in ‘The antiquities of Scotland’ by Francis Grose, volume 1, preceding page 99. (34f) Watercolour, undated, ‘Town hall & Ch[urch] at Lauder, Berwickshire’. The drawing is marked ‘No. 54’. (35a) Drawing, in pencil partly overworked in ink, with areas of wash, ‘Dryburgh Abbey S W view, 1788’. Reproduced in ‘The antiquities of Scotland’ by Francis Grose, volume 1, facing page 108, ‘plate 2’. (35b) Drawing, ‘Dryburgh, Abbey 1785’. Reproduced in ‘The antiquities of Scotland’ by Francis Grose, volume 1, facing page 101, plate 1. (35c) Watercolour, 1788, ‘Cloister, Gate of the Church of St. Mary, Dryburgh Abbey’, by David Steuart Erskine, Earl of Buchan, presented, 1789, to G H Hutton. (35d) Engraving, undated, ‘Dryburgh Abbey’ by ‘Ensign Erskine’ [probably David Steuart Erskine].

    Bute (35e) Watercolour, ‘Rothesay Castle in Bute. [Copied] from a drawing made by Capt. [Edward H] Columbine in 1792.’ The original is in the National Maritime Museum.

    Caithness (35f) Sketch, with areas of wash, ‘The hospital of St. Magnus at Spittal in Caithness – S E view. Sept. 6 1815.’

    Dunbartonshire (36a) Watercolour, undated, ‘A gate in Dumbarton Castle. Copied from a drawing made on the spot by Capt. [Edward H] Columbine, R N.’ The original is in the National Maritime Museum.

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