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The Britannia Illustrata, also known as Views of Several of the Queens Palaces and also of the Principal Seats of the Nobility & Gentry of Great Britain was completed in  1707, published in the winter of 1708 – 09 folio of parts of Great Britain, arguably the most important work of Dutch draughtsman Jan Kip, who collaborated with Leonard Knijff. Etched by Kip, after birds-eye views after Leonard Knyff, Robert Atkyns, James Collins, David Loggan, William Emmett, David Lockley, James Simon, Wenceslaus Hollar, Henry Winstanley and others, but as the project developed, Kip produced both the drawings and the etchings. The folio consisted of a range of large, detailed folded colored and black and white drawings which today provides a valuable insight into land and buildings at country estates at the time. They clearly delineate not only the buildings but the entire estates, for example the entire orchards, gardens and other details are depicted with great accuracy. Printed upon early eighteenth century hand-made, laid paper and with the vertical centre fold, as always.
The volume is among the most important English topographical publications of the 18th century. Architecture is rendered with care, and the settings of parterres and radiating avenues driven through woods or planted across fields, garden paths gates and toolsheds are illustrated in detail, and staffed with figures and horses, coaches pulling into forecourts, water-craft on rivers, in line with the traditions of the Low Countries. Some of the plates are in the Siennese "map perspective". At Althorp in Nottinghamshire, the map revealed in detail the changes to the gardens by André Le Nôtre from earlier maps and depictions. Kip later updated the plates in the 1720s.

Johannes Kip (1653 - 1722) was a Dutch draughtsman, engraver, and print dealer who was active in England, after producing works for the court of William of Orange in Amsterdam. Following the Glorious Revolution of 1688, Kip accompanied the Court to England and settled in Westminster, where he conducted a thriving print selling business from his house in St. John's Street. He also worked for various London publishers producing engravings, largely for book illustrations. His most important works were the execution of the illustrations for Britannia Illustrata, 1708; The Ancient and Present State of Gloucestershire, 1712, and Le Nouveau Theatre de la Grande Bretagne, 1715. Leonard Knyff (1650 - 1721) was a Dutch draughtsman and painter, who collaborated with Johannes Kip to produce views of country houses and gardens for the publications, Britannia Illustrata, 1708 ; Le Nouveau Theatre de la Grande Bretagne, 1715.

Le Nouveau Theatre de la Grande Bretagne, 1715 - 1719
Volume 1 was originally published in 1708 with the title "Britannia illustrata, or Views of several of the Queen's palaces ... [etc.]" and an added t.p. in French, as above.
Tome 1 contains copper-plates, engraved by J. Kip from drawings by Leonard Knyff. The plates in Volume 2, with a few exceptions, were both drawn and engraved by Kip, hence the work is often known by his name. Volume 3 and 4 are by different artists. The Supplement contains, among others, 27 plates by Henry Winstanley, some dated 1676-80, including those of Audley End and that of Eddystone light-house. Published as a set by Joseph Smith ... 1724-28. who did many of the cathedrals

Britannia Illustrata was first published in 1707 and enlarged in following years. "The whole collection, with its alternating title and relatively fluid content, provided the printsellers with a vehicle for disposing of copies of topographical engravings issued over a considerable period of time by a number of publishers" (Adams, London Illustrated, p.38). The content of copies therefore tends to vary and the numbering is equally fluid with many having the same numbers in differing editions
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Volume 1 Illustrata
1.

2.St James's House

3.

4. Castle de Windsor in other versions

4. Somerset House

5. Hampton Court / Palais Royal in other versions

5. The Tower of London, Commanded in Chief by the Rt. Honble. The Earl of Lincoln

6.

7.

8.Lambeth, His Grace the Lord Archbishop of Canterbury's Pallace

9.10.11.12. Badminton in the County of Gloucester one of the Seats of the Most Noble & Potent Prince Henry Duke of Beaufort Marquesse & Earle of Worcester Baron Herbert of Chepstow Raglan & Gower, and Knight of the Most Noble order of the Garter ( 4 of)

13.The House att Chelsey in the County of Middlesex one of the Seats of the Most Noble & Potent Prince Henry Duke of Beaufort Marquess & Earle of Worcester Baron Herbert of Chepstow Raglan & Gower and Knight of the Most Noble order of the Garter

14.A prospect of the House att Windosr, Belonging to his Grace Charles Beauclerck. Duke of St Albans, Earle of Burford, and Baron of Heddington. Capt of the Honble Band of Gentlemen Pensioners, Marshall & Surveyour of the Hawkes to his Majtie & one of the Gentlemen of his Majts Bed Chamber

15. The Castle of Bolsover in Darbyshire one of the Seats of the most Noble and Mighty Prince John Holles Duke of Newcastle, Marquis and Earle of Clare, Baron Haughton of Haughton, Lord Lt of ye County of Nottingham and of ye Town and County of ye Town of Nottingham and Knight of ye Most Noble Order of ye Garter

16. Haughton in the County of Nottingham one of the Seats of the most Noble and Mighty Prince John Duke of Newcastle, Marquis and Earle of Clare, Baron Haughton of Haughton, Lord Lt of ye County of Nottingham and of the Town and County of the Town of Nottingham, Ld Warden of the Forest of Shirwood and Knight of the Most Noble Order of the Garter

17. Chatsworth House being the Seat of his Grace William Duke and Earl of Devonshire

19. 18.Wrest House & Park in ye County of Bedfordshire the Seat of ye Rt Honble Henry Earl of Kent

23.  22.21. 20.Grimsthorp in the County of Lincoln the Seat of the Rt Honble Robt Earl of Lindsey. ( 4 of)

24.Knowle in the Parish of Sevenoaks in Kent being the Mansion House of Charles Sackvile, Baron Buckhurst Viscount Cranfield Earle of Dorsett & Middlx & Knight of the Garter & one of his Majts Most Honble Privy Councill & Ld Lt of the County of Sussex &t

25. Newnham Padox in Warwickshire the Seat of the Rt Honble Basill Feilding Comes de Hapsburg Doms Loffenburg & Rinfelden in Germania, Baron of Newnham Padox & Snt Liz, Viscount Feilding 7 Earle of Denbigh in England, Baron of Caghe Viscount Callen & Earle of Desmond in Ireland

26. Bredby in Derbyshire the Seat of the Rt. Hon. Philip Stanhope Earl of Chesterfield & Baron Stanhope of

27. Althorp in the County of Northampton being the Seat of the Right Hon.ble Robert Earle of Sunderland

28. Cashionbury the Seat of the Rt. Honble. the Earle of Essex in Hartfordshire

29.Burlington House in Pickadilly Belonging to the Rt Honble Charles Boyle

30. The House att Chis Wick in the County of Middlesex one of the seats of the Rt Honble Charles Boyle.. Coley, Near Reading in ye County of Berks ye Seat of Tanfield Vachell Esqr

31. Londesburgh one of the Seats of the Rt Honble Charles Earl of Burlington...

32.Wimple in the County of Cambridge the Seat of ye Rt Honble Charles Bodville..

33. New Parke in Surry the Seat of the Rt Honble the Earle of Rochester

34. Rycott in the County of Oxford one of the Seats of the Rt Honble Montague Earle of Abingdon Baron Norreys of Rycott

35.Wythame in ye County of Berks one of the Seats of the Rt Honble Montague Earle of Abingdon Baron Norreys of Rycott Within two Miles of Oxford

36. Stansted in the County of Sussex the Seat of the Rt Honble Richard Earle of Scarbrough

37. Dunham Massie, the Seat of the Rt Honble George Earl of Warrington in the County Palatine of Chester, 1697

38.Up Parke in Sussex the Seat of the Rt Honble Ford Ld Grey Baron of Werke, Viscount Glendale Earle of Tankerville and one of His Majts Most Honble Privy Councill

39. Long Leate, the House & gardens of the Rt Honble Thomas Lord Viscount Weymouth, Baron of Warminster

40. Long Leate, the House & gardens of the Rt Honble Thomas Lord Viscount Weymouth, Baron of Warminster

41.Lowther in the County of Westmorland the Seat of the Rt. Honble. the Ld. Viscount Lonsdale, Ld. Privy Seal, and one of his Majts. Most Honble. Privy Councill

New Parke in Surry the Seat of the Rt. Honble. the Earle of Rochester

42. Temple Newsame the Seat of the Rt Honble Arthur Lord Ingram Viscount Irwin in the West Ryding of the County of Yorke. Governor of Scarborough & Lord Lnt of the North Rideing of York Shire

43. Staunton Harold in the County of Leicester one of the Seats of the Rt Honble Robert Lord Ferrers of Charteley Bourchier and Lovain

44. Brome Hall in the County of Suffolk, one of the Seats of the Right honorable Charles Lord Cornwallis

45.  Hamstead Marshall in the County of Bercks one of the Seats of the Rt Honble William Lord Craven Barron Craven of Hamstead Marshall in the County of Bercks

46. Ashdowne Park in the County of Berkshire, one of the Seats of the Rt. Hon. Lord Craven

47. Comb Abby in Warwickshire one of the Seats of the Rt Honble William Lord Craven Barron Craven of Hampstead Marshall in the County of Bercks

48. Dawley in the County of Middlesex the Seat of the Right Honble Charles Lord Ossulstone

49. Fair Lawn in ye County of Kent one of ye Seats of the Rt Honble. the Lord Barnard

50. Hampton Court in Herefordshire the Seat of the Rt Honble Tho: Lord Coningesby Baron of Clanbrazell in the Kingdom of Ireland, & one of his Majts Most Honble Privy Councill

51. Melton Constable in the County of Norfolk the Seat of the Honble Sr Jacob Astley Kt and Bartt

52. Brightwel in the County of Suffolk (Brightwell Hall, which was demolished in 1755)

53.  Newby the Seat of the Honble. Sr. Edward Blackett Bartt. in the West Riding of the County of Yorke

54. The Seat of the Honble Sr Wm Blackett Bartt, with part of the Town of Newcastle upon Tyne

55. Haigh in the County Palatine of Lancaster the Seat of Sr Roger Bradshaigh Baronet

56. Sprotbrouh near Doncaster in the County of York  one of the Seates of the Honble Sr Godfrey Copley Barronet / A. Scawsby belonging to Sr Godf: Copley

57. Maddingley the Seat of Sr John Cotton Bartt  Within two Miles of Cambridge / in front 150 foot

58. Hatley St George, the Seat of the Honble Sr Robert Cotton in Cambridgeshire

59. Hutton Hall the Seat of the Honble. St. George Fletcher Barr.t in the County of Cumberland

60. Ingleby Mannor the Seat of the Honble. Sr. Wm. Foulis Bartt. In ye County of Yorke

61. Great Ribston the Seat of the Rt Honble Sr Henry Goodricke Kt & Bartt Lt Genrll of the Ordnance and one of his Majts Most Honble Privy Councill

62. Eaton Hall on the River Dee near the Citty of Chester in Cheshire the Seat of the Honble Sr Thomas Grosvenor Barontt

63.  Doddington in the County of Lincoln the Seate of the Honble Sr Thomas Hussey Barrtt

64. Acklam in Cleveland in the County of Yorke the Seat of the Honble. Sr. Wm. Hustler Kt.

65. Westwood in Worcestershire the Seat of the Honble Sr John Pakington Baronet

66. Brymton in Somerset shire the Seat of the Hon.ble S r Philip Sydenham.  Brympton d'Evercy (also known as Brympton House)

67. Folkington the Seate of the Honble Sr William Thomas Baronett in ye County of Sussex

68. Wollaton Hall in the County of Nottingham the Seat of the Honble Sr Thomas Willoughby Baronett

69. Constable Burton in ye North Rideing of Yorkshire the Seat of the Honble Sr Marmaduke Wybill Bartt

70. The Seat of Wm Chaloner Esqr of Gisbrough in Cleaveland in ye County of Yorke

71.Ragly in the County of Warwick the Seat of Popham Conway Esq

72. Esher Place in ye County of Surry the Seat of Tho Cotton Esq & Philadelphia his Wife, Daughter and Heiress of his Excellency Sr Tho: Lynck Kt late Governor of Jamaica

73. Swillington in the West Rideing of Yorkshire the Seate of William Lowther Esq

74. Southwick, in the County of Southampton the Seat of Richard Norton Esq

75. The Prospect of Nottingham from ye East

76.Orchard Portman in Somersetshire one of the Seats of Henry Portman Esq

77. Bryanstone in Dorsettshire one of the Seats of Henry Portman Esq

78. Whixley in ye West Rideing of Yorkshire Seate of Christopher Tancred Esq Member of Parliament for Aldburgh in the Said County and Master of the Haniers to his Majesty 1698

79.  Charles Turner Esqr his Seat att kirkleatham in Cleveland in the County of Yorke within two Miles of the Sea

80. Coley, Near Reading in ye County of Berks ye Seat of Tanfield Vachell Esqr

Volume 2
Many of these of Gloucestershire were also issued by Atkyns on smaller and cheaper paper ie zilch margins and done from a more  worn plate so are normally cheaper from that source


1. The Abbey in Cirencester The Seat of Thomas Master Esqr

2. Alderly the Seat of Mrs Hale Widdow of Matthew Hale Esqr

3.Alveston the Seat of Edward Hill Esq

4.Amney the Seat of Robert Pleydell Esq / Amney Crucis

5.Barrington the Seat of Edmond Bray Esq / Cambs

6.Battsford the Seat of Richard Freeman Esq

7. Berkley Castle the Seat of the Earle of Berkley

8. Broadwell the Seat of Danvers Hodges Esq

9. Bradley the Seat of Thomas Dawes Esq/ Glos

10. Cirencester the Seat of Allen Bathurst Esq

11. Coberly the Seat of Jonathan Castelman Esq

12. Cleeve Hill the Seat of William Player Esq

13. Clower Wall the Seat of Francis Wyndham Esq

15.Didmarton the Seat of Robert Codrington Es

16. Dyrham the Seat of William Blathwait Esqr

17.  Dumbletone the Seat of Sr Richard Cocks Bart

18. Easington the Seat of Nathaniel Stevens Esq

19. Fairford the Seat of Samuel Barker Esq

20. Flaxley the Seat of Mrs Bovey

21.The West Prospect of Gloucester City

22. Gloster City

23. Hampton the Seat of Phillip Shappard

24. Hardwick Park Court the Seat of William Trye Esq

25.  Hatherop the Seat of Sr John Webb Bart

26. Hales Abbey the Seat of the Lord Tracy / Hailes Abbey

27. Henbury the Seat of Mr John Sampson

29. Hull Als Hill the Seat of Sr Edward Fust Bartt

30.Kingsweston the Seat of Edward Southwell Esq / Bristol

31.Kempsford the Seat of the Lord Viscount Weymouth

32. Knole The Seat of Tho: Chester Esq

33. Little Compton the Seat of Sr Richard Howe Bart

34. Leckhampton the Seat of the Revd Thomas Norwood

35.Lupiatt the Seat of Thomas Stephens Esq / Lypiatt

36.Miserden the Seat of William Sandys Esq

37. Maugersbury the Seat of Edmund Chamberlain Esqr

38.Nibley the Seat of George Smyth Esq

39. Over the Seat of John Dowell Esq

40. Rendcomb the Seat of Sr John Guise Bart

41. Saperton The Seat of Ssr Robert Atkyns

42. Sherborn the Seat of Sr Ralph Dutton Bart

43. Shipton Moyne the Seat of Mrs Hodges Relict of Tho Hodges

44. Syston the Seat of Samll Trotman Esq Lincs   

45.Shipton Moyne the Seat of Walter Estcourt Esq

46.Stanway the Seat of John Tracey Esq

47. Stoke Gifford The Seat of John Berkeley Esq

48.Swell the Seat of Sr Robert Atkyns

49. Stoke Bishop the Seat of Sr Thomas Cann

50. Sneed Park the Seat of Joseph Jackson Esq

51.Seavenhampton the Seat of Sr Wm Dodwell

52.Sandywell the Seat of Henry Bret Esq

53. Southam the Seat of Kinard de la Bere Esq

54.Shurdington the Seat of Dulcibella Laurence Relict of Wm Laurence

55. Toddington the Seat of the Lord Tracey

56.Tortworth the Seae of Matthew Ducy Morton

57.  Sundridge Place, Bore Place & Sharps Place, the Seats of John Hyde Esq /kent

58. Westbury Court the Seat of Maynard Colchester Esq

59.Witcombe Park the Seat of Sr Michael Hickes

60. Wotton the Seat of Tho: Horton Esq

61.Williamstrip the Seat of Henry Ireton Esqr

?  Upper Dowdeswell the Seat of Lionel Rich Esq

62. Wyck the Seat of Richard Haines Esq

64. The Ichnography or Plat Form of Sedbergh School and Masters House, as it is design'd to be built

??  Beachborough the Seat of William Brockman Esq / Kent

?? Chepstow Castle belonging to his Grace the Duke of Beauford

Volume 3

all Printed & Sold by J. Smith in Exeter Change in ye Strand from the third volume  published by Joseph Smith.  Etching and engraving  Height:  mostly 460 millimetres Width: 587 millimetres

1.

2.

3.

4.      The North West Prospect of the Cathedral Church of St Paul's London 1720

5.     The East Prospect of St Pauls Church London

6.  The South Prospect of St Pauls Church London

7.     The West Prospect of St Pauls Church London

8.     The Chapter House of the Cathedrall Church of St Paul's London

9.     The South West Prospect of the Metropolitan Church of Canterbury

10.     The Cathedral Church of Winchester

11.     The Cathedral Church of Ely

12.     The South Prospect of the Cathedral Church of St Mary Lincoln

13.     The Cathedral Church of Litchfeild / lichfield

14.  The Cathedral Church of Hereford

15.     The Cathedral Church of Worcester

16.    The Cathedral Church of Bath

17.    The Cathedral Church of Wells

18.     Salisbury Cathedral

19.     The Cathedral Church of Exeter

20.  The Cathedral Church of the Holy Trinity in Chichester

21.     The Cathedral Church of Norwich

22.  Gloster Cathedrall Knightley Chetwood D.D. Dean

23.      The North Prospect of the Cathedral Church of Oxford

24.    The Cathedral Church of Peterbourough  (Peterborough)

25.     The Cathedral Church of Bristol

26.     The North Prospect of the Cathedral Church of Rochester

27. The Cathedral Church of St Davids

28.      The North Prospect of the Cathedral Church of Landaff

29.       The Cathedral Church of St Asaph

30.     The Cathedral Church of Bangor

31.      The West Prospect of the Cathedral of York

32.      The Cathedral Church of Durham

33.   Trinitatis Carliolensis.. / View of Carlisle Cathedral

34.    The Cathedral Church of Chester

35.   The North Prospect of Westminster Abbey

36.      The South Prospect of the Royal Chappel of St George in Windsor Castle

37.    The Collegiate Church of Southwell in Nottinghamshire

38.      St Clements Church in the Strand

39.      The new Church in the Strand London. 1719 / Church of St Mary-le-Strand

40.     The North Front of the Ancient & Famous Church of St Alban

41.     The South Prospect of the City of Oxford

42.

43.   Sheldonian Theatre, Oxford;

44.    The North Prospect of the New Quadrangle of Christs Church in Oxford

45.   The South Prospect of the New Quadrangle of Christ Church in Oxford

46.      Coll. Reg. Oxon. Conspectus Capellae et Refectorii, ad Austrum / Queen's College Oxford

47.  The Orthography and Ichnography of Queens College Library in Oxford

48.      The Prospect of Cambridge from the West

49.     Collegii Regalis apud Cantabrigiensis Sacellum / View of King's College Chapel, Cambridge, with part of Clare Hall on the left

50.      L'Eglise de St Mary le Bow à Londres/ St Mary-le-Bow in Cheapside, London

51.     Her Majesty's Royal Banqueting House of Whitehal London. 1713

52.      The South Prospect of St Peter's Church at Leeds

53.        L'Eglise de St Dunstan à Londres /  St Dunstan in the East, on Tower Street, London

54.    The Genealogy of the most SErene and most Illustrious House of Brunswick & Lunenburg

all Printed & Sold by J. Smith in Exeter Change in ye Strand from the third volume  published by Joseph Smith.  Etching and engraving  Height:  mostly 460 millimetres Width: 587 millimetres

Volume 4
volume 4  often easier to find in the Van der Aa miniatures from Beeverell
Many of this volume are printed as part of a pair to be fixed together if framed etc


1.   La Ville de Westmunster   A Prospect of Westminster / Westminster from Peterborough House to St. Clement Danes, with Buckingham House and St. James's Park

2.   La Ville de Westmunster   A Prospect of Westminster / Westminster from Peterborough House to St. Clement Danes, with Buckingham House and St. James's Park

3.     The Royal Palace of St James’s

4.     The Royal Palace of St James's

5.  The Prospect of Whit Hall /Vuë du Palais Royall de Whitehall comme il est à present 1724
 
6.    The Royal Palace of Kinsington /Kensington Palace

7.     The Royal Palace of Kinsington / Kensington Palace

8.    The Royall Palace and Town of Windsor

9.     The Royall Palace and Town of Windsor

10.     Buckingham House in St James's Park

11. The South West Prospect of his Grace ye Duke of Marlborough's House in St James Park

12.     The Royal Hospital of Greenwich

13.      The Royal Hospital of Greenwich

14.     The North Prospect of Mountague House / later the British Museum

15.     Prospectus Celeberrimae Domus Illustrissimi Ducis ab Albemarle /  Albemarle House (later Clarendon House) in Piccadilly;

16.     The East Prospect of Dr Flamsteads House in Greenwich Park / Royal Observatory, on the hill in Greenwich Park

17.     The Royall Hospitall at Chelsey

18.     The Royall Hospitall at Chelsey /Royal Hospital at Chelsea,

19.     Powis House / Powis House, Great Ormond Street

20.     New Bedlam in More Fields / Bethlem Hospital in Moorfields

21.     View of the Monument

25.     A View of the Inside of the Royal-Exchange in Cornhill London as it now is 1712 describeing the walks used by the merchants of divers nations, and representing the statues of all the Kings and Queens

26.     The East Front of Blenheim House drawn Orthographically

27.  The Front of Blenheim House towards the Gardens

28.     The Royal Palace of Hampton Court

29.     The Royal Palace of Hampton Court

30.     Stanborough the Seat of the Earl of Strafford

31.     Burleigh House The Earl of Exeters

32.     One of the Seats of the Duke of Dorset & Middlesex / Knole House, in Kent

33.     A Prospect of Stone-henge From the west

34.     Tutsham Hall the Seat of Edward Goulston Esqr

35.      Gawthorpe near Leedes in ye County of York

36.       Deane the Seat of Sr Henry Oxenden Bart  /Kent

37.      Lullworth Castle in Dorsetshire

38.      Oxen Hoath the Seat of Leonard Bartholomew Esq / Kent

39.      Hammel in the County of Hertford

40.      Umberslade the Seat of Andr Archer Esq in the County of Warwick

41.      Tong. The Seat of the Honble Sr George Tempest /Yorks

42.      Leyton Grange in the County of Essex

43.       The Entrance of Westminster Hall   Prospect of Guild Hall

44.    The Entrance of Westminster Hall   Prospect of Guild Hall

45.     The Navy Office, London

46.      A New Map of South Britain or England and Wales

47.   An Alphabetical Table of all the Cities and Market Towns in England and Wales

48.      La Ville de Londres. Prospectus Londinensis   A Prospect of the City of London / view of the City of London from St. Clements to the Tower with St. Paul's in the centre

49.  La Ville de Londres. Prospectus Londinensis   A Prospect of the City of London / view of the City of London from St. Clements to the Tower with St. Paul's in the centre

50.

51.     Dover Castle

52.     The City of Bristol

53.     The City of Bristol

54.      An exact prospect of the City of Rochester   A prospect of Chatham Dock

55.     Newcastle Upon Tyne

56.     The South West Prospect of Ludlow Town & Castle

57.     Portsmouth

58.       Harwich

59.       Plymouth

60.     Edystone Light House

61.    Three topographical representations of Edinburgh

62.     Three topographical representations of Edinburgh

63.     The North Prospect of the City of Edenburgh

64.     The Plan of Edenburgh

65.    The North East View of Edinburgh Castle

66.     The prospect of the Town of Glasgow from ye South

67.     The Prospect of ye Town of Glasgow from ye North East

68.     The Prospect of their Mates Castle of Sterling / Stirling

69.    The Prospect of the Town of Sterling from the East

70. The Prospect of the Town of St Andrews

71.     The Prospect of the town of Montrose

72.    The Channery town of Ross

73.     Colrosse  /  Culrose

74.     The East syde of the Bass  / Bass Rock

75. The Prospect of ye Bass from ye South shore

77.     Conotter Castle / View of Dunnottar Castle,

78.     Argile House /Argyll House Scotland

79.     Thirlestane Castle

80.    Plans of the ground floor and first storey of Thirlestane Castle,

81.       Glamms House = Dalkeith Castle (wrongly inscribed Glamms House, for Glamis Castle)

82.

83.     Badminton the Seat of the Duke of Beaufort ( with the maze)

84.    King Charles II at the Entrance of Cornhil/ statue of Charles I at Charing Cross


Boghengieght  / View of George Heriot's Hospital (later school), Lauriston Place, in Edinburgh, Scotland

The Cathedral Church of St Pauls in London + A Section of the Cross Isle from North to South with a Prospect of the Choire & Dome

View of the Custom House from the river as it appeared in 1714

The West Side of London Bridge  The East Side of London Bridge

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