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Scotland delineated.: A series of views of the principal cities and towns, particularly of Edinburgh and its environs From drawings made expressly by Sir William Allan, F.R.S.A., by copious letterpress, comprising histories of the city and castle of Edinburgh, and palace of Holyrood; with historical and antiquarian notices.
Edinburgh Delineated. Views of the Principal Public Buildings, Streets and Scenes of the Scottish Metropolis. Publ: John Hamilton, Edinburgh + Simpson & Marshall, London, c This booklet includes 32 drawings by Ewbank, engraved by H Lizars.
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"Now they were in a. Lawson also edited in the first two volumes of Robert Keith's History of the Affairs of Church and State in Scotland for the Spottiswoode Society, and wrote the letterpress for Clarkson Stanfield and James Duffield Harding's Scotland Delineated, Edinburgh, – The Book of Perth: An Illustration of the Moral and Ecclesiastical State.
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About this Item: Edinburgh City Museums, Edinburgh, Card Covers. Condition: Very Good Plus. First Edition. 13pp. This text was prepared by Mrs Janet C. Paterson to accompany an exhibition of Scottish Glass in Huntly House Museum during the winter months of at which many specimens from her own private collection were on display.Submit a Book Contribute Advertising FAQ Contact Our Story.
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Marion Crawford, first published as a serial in Blackwood's Magazine and then as a book in New York and Edinburgh (Blackwood) in Set chiefly in Rome of twenty years earlier, the novel paints a rich picture of the period, detailing the spiritual and economic problems of the aristocracy at a time when its influence and status were under attack from the emerging.