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General William Gordon of Fyvie, 1766 (1736-1816) Featured Scotland Image

General William Gordon of Fyvie, 1766 (1736-1816)

NTS28433 General William Gordon of Fyvie, 1766 (1736-1816) by Batoni, Pompeo Girolamo (1708-87); Fyvie Castle, Scotland, UK; (add.info.: General the Honourable John William Gordon;); A© National Trust for Scotland ; Photo A© National Trust for Scotland; Italian, out of copyright

© © National Trust for Scotland Photo © National Trust for Scotland / Bridgeman Images

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James IV in council before the Battle of Flodden, 1513, illustration from ' Featured Scotland Image

James IV in council before the Battle of Flodden, 1513, illustration from '

STC373605 James IV in council before the Battle of Flodden, 1513, illustration from Hutchinson's Story of the British Nation, c.1923 (litho) by Faed, John (1820-1902) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: James IV of Scotland (1473-1513), defeated and killed by the English at the batle of Flodden Field, 9th September 1513;); The Stapleton Collection; Scottish, out of copyright

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Loch Katrine - Trossachs Pier, c.1860s (b/w photo) Featured Scotland Image

Loch Katrine - Trossachs Pier, c.1860s (b/w photo)

495403 Loch Katrine - Trossachs Pier, c.1860s (b/w photo) by Valentine, James (1815-1880); Private Collection; (add.info.: Trossahs Pier is at the eastern end of Loch Katrine which is in the district of Stirling, Scotland. The boat is a screw driven passenger steamer, the Rob Roy (II), launched 1855 and named after the outlaw, Robert MacGregor (1671-1734), who was born at the west end of the loch and popularised in Scott's novel "Rob Roy", published in 1818.); Scottish, out of copyright

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