Kay's Originals Vol. 2
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CLXXI. Mr. John Dowie, Vintner, Libberton's Wynd
CLXXII. Colin Campbell, Esq. of Kilberry, Argyleshire
CLXXIII. The Lawnmarket Coach; or, A Journey Along the Mound
CLXXIV. The Right Hon. Selina Countess Dowager of Huntingdon
CLXXV. Jamie Duff, alias Bailie Duff
CLXXVI. Major-General Alexander Mackay
CLXXVII. Allan Maconochie, Lord Meadowbank
CLXXVIII. General James Grant of Ballindalloch
CLXXIX. The Right Hon. the Earl of Moira, commander-in-chief of the forces in Scotland
CLXXX. The Commander-in-Chief addressing the Edinburgh Spearmen
CLXXXI. Mr. John Wemyss, Mr. Robert Clerk, and George Pratt
CLXXXII. Two booksellers. Mr. William Coke and Mr. John Guthrie
CLXXXIII. William Butter, Esq., and Sir John Morrison
CLXXXIV. James Alexander Haldane, Esq., Minister of the Tabernacle, Leith Walk
CLXXXV. Sergeant-Major Patrick Gould, and an Edinburgh Volunteer
CLXXXVI. Mr. Benjamin Bell, Surgeon
CLXXXVII. "The Five Alls."
CLXXXVIII. Rev. Dr. Thomas Hardie
CLXXXIX. Sir James Campbell, Bart., of Ardkinglass
CXC. Dr. Andrew Duncan, Sen.
CXCI. Dr. Andrew Duncan in 1797
CXCII. Major Andrew Fraser, the Honourable Andrew Erskine, and Sir John Whitefoord, Bart.
CXCIII. Sir John Sinclair, Bart. of Ulbster
CXCIV. Lord Stonefield
CXCV. John Home, Esq., of Ninewells
CXCVI. Mr. William Grinly, Broker and Auctioneer
CXCVII. The Hon. Alexander Leslie, Lieut.-General and Colonel of the Ninth Regiment of Foot.
CXCVIII. Dr. James Hamilton, Senior
CXCIX. Mr. William Mason, Secretary to the Grand Lodge
CC. Rev. James Baine, A.M.
CCI. Ebenezer Wilson, Brassfounder
CCII. Sir Ilay Campbell, Bart.
CCIII. Mr. John Campbell, Precentor
CCIV. A medley of Musicians
CCIV. A medley of Musicians
CCV. William Wilson or "Mortar Willie"
CCVI. Dr. Thomas Snell Jones, Minister of Lady Glenorchy's Chapel
CCVII. William Forbes, Esq. of Callendar
CCVIII. Dr. Gregory Grant
CCIX. Rev. James Lapslie, Minister of Campsie
CCX. O'Brien, the Irish Giant, and William Ranken, Esq.
CCXI. Faithful Service Rewarded
CCXII. Mr. George Williamson, King's Messenger and Admiral Macer for Scotland
CCXIII. Mr. Francis Braidwood, Cabinet-Maker
CCXIV. The Right Hon. the Earl of Eglinton
CCXV. Rev. James Struthers, Minister of the Relief Chapel, College Street
CCXVI. Rev. Mr. Struthers
CCXVII. Lord Monboddo, in the Court of Session
CCXVIII. Old Geordie Syme, a famous Piper in his time
CCXIX. Sir John Leslie, Professor of Natural Philosophy in the University of Edinburgh
CCXX. Old John Tait, the Broom-Maker
CCXXI. James Hume Rigg, Esq. of Morton, Isaac Grant, Esq. of Hilton, Achibald Macarthur Stewart, Esq. of Ascog, The Hon. Captain (afterwards General), John Leslie, and Captain William Wemyss
CCXXII. Rev. Dr. Buchanan, one of the Ministers of the Canongate Church
CCXXIII. Old Widow Ellis
CCXXIV. The City Tron-Men; or Chimney-Sweepers
CCXXV. William Cumming, Esq.
CCXXVI. Rev. John Wesley, Dr. Hamilton, and the Rev. Mr. Cole
CCXXVII. Sir William Honyman, Bart., of Armadale
CCXXVIII. Rev. Dr. Alexander Turnbull, of Dalladies
CCXXIX. Margaret Suttie, a hawker of salt
CCXXX. Archibald Hamilton Rowan, Esq., of Killileagh, in Ireland, and The Hon. Simon Butler
CCXXXI. Citizen M. C. Browne
CCXXXII. Rev. John Walker, D.D.
CCXXXIII. M. De Latour, Painter to the King of France, Member of the Royal Academy of Painting at Paris, etc.
CCXXXIV. Mr. Thomas Paine, Secretary for Foreign Affairs to the American Congress
CCXXXV. Captain James Burnet, the Last Captain of the City Guard
CCXXXVI. Samuel McDonald, in the Uniform of the Sutherland Fencibles
CCXXXVII. Mr. Charles Sinclair
CCXXXVIII. Rev. David Black, Minister of Lady Yester's Church, Edinburgh
CCXXXIX. Thomas Jefferson, Esq., President of the United States of America
CCXL. Major-General Aytoun and The Duc D'Angouleme
CCXLI. Mr. Clinch and Mrs. Yates, in the characters of the Duke and Duchess of Braganza
CCXLII. Alexander McKellar; or "The Cock o' the Green."
CCXLIII. Lord Polkemmet
CCXLIV. James Gillespie, Esq. of Spylaw, and his brother, Mr. John Gillespie
CCXLV. Rev. Dr. John Colquhoun
CCXLVI. Major Charles Johnstone
CCXLVII. Andrew Donaldson, Teacher of Greek and Hebrew
CCXLVIII. "Petticoat Government"
CCXLIX. Campbell of Sonachan laughing at the Print of "Petticoat Government"
CCL. Mr. Thomas Sommers, his Majesty's Glazier for Scotland
CCLI. Mr. Francis Anderson, W.S., Mr. James Hunter, and his son, Mr. George Hunter
CCLII. Rev. Robert Culbertson, of the Associate Congregation, Leith
CCLIII. The Right Hon. Charles Hope of Granton, when Lord Advocate of Scotland
CCLIV. Right Hon. Charles Hope
CCLV. The Right Hon. William Pitt
CCLVI. The Right Hon. William Pitt, and Henry Dundas, afterwards Lord Melville
CCLVII. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Lewes
CCLVIII. Dr. Thomas Hay, City Chamberlain, and Sir James Stirling, Bart.
CCLIX. Colonel Monro, a well known blue-gown beggar
CCLX. Sir Henry Moncreiff Wellwood, Bart.
CCLXI. Sergeant William Duff
CCLXII. Lord Balmuto
CCLXIII. Rev. James Hall, D.D.
CCLXIV. Mr. Hamilton Bell, W.S., carrying a Vintner's Boy from Edinburgh to Musselburgh, and Mr. John Rae, Surgeon-Dentist, accompanying him in the character of Bottle-Holder
CCLXV. Mr. Edward Innes, and his second, Mr. James Cooper, following after Mr. Bell
CCLXVI. The Artist under Examination by Sheriff Pringle, with the pursuers, Bell and Rae, sitting behind
CCLXVII. The Hon. Sir Nash Grose, one of the Judges of the Court of King's Bench
CCLXVIII. Harvey Christian Combe, Esq., Lord Mayor of London
CCLXIX. Sir John Marjoribanks, Bart., Lord Provost of Edinburgh, in his robes
CCLXX. Rev. Charles Simeon, M.A. of Trinity Church, Cambridge
CCLXXI. Archibald McArthur, piper to the late Sir Reginald Macdonald Stewart Seton, of Touch and Staffa, Bart.
CCLXXII. Mirza Aboul Hassan Khan, envoy extraordinary from the King of Persia to the Court of Great Britain
CCLXXIII. Mr. John Finlayson, formerly a writer in Cupar-Fife
CCLXXIV. Rev. David Dickson, minister of New North Church, Edinburgh
CCLXXV. Hugh Macpherson, sometime Clerk to the Perth Carriers
CCLXXVI. Mr. Henry Johnston, in the Character of Hamlet
CCLXXVII. Rev. John Jamieson, D.D.
CCLXXVIII. Robert Craig, Esq. of Riccarton
CCLXXIX. David Smythe, Lord Methven
CCLXXX. General Francis Dundas, Sir Henry Jardine, Sir Robert Dundas of Beechwood, Bart., Captain Hay, the Late Earl of Eglinton, and the Misses Maxwell, etc.
CCLXXXI. Rev. John McDonald of the Gaelic Chapel, Castle Wynd, Edinburgh
CCLXXXII. Lord Cullen, one of the senators of the College of Justice
CCLXXXIII. The Edinburgh Fish-Women
CCLXXXIV. William Macdonald, officer to the Highland Society of Scotland
CCLXXXV. Sir William Miller of Glenlee, Bart.
CCLXXXVI. Lieut.-General Vyse, in command of the Forces of Scotland
CCLXXXVII. Rev. Dr. James Peddie, of the Associate Congregation, Bristo Street
CCLXXXVIII. Rev. Dr. Peddie, in 1810
CCLXXXIX. Andrew McKinlay, tried for administering unlawful oaths
CCXC. James Mackcoull, alias Captain Moffat
CCXCI. Beetty Dick, Town-Crier of Dalkeith
CCXCII. Two Chairmen; or, "The Social Pinch."
CCXCIII. James McKean, at the Bar of the High Court of Justiciary
CCXCIV. Sir William Macleod-Bannatyne (Lord Bannatyne)
CCXCV. Training a Councillor
CCXCVI. John Steele
CCXCVII. Mr. John Austin, author of a "System of Stenographic Music"
CCXCVIII. Robert Kay, Esq., Architect
CCXCIX. Captain Billair and his Wife, who, though a tall woman, always wore high-heeled shoes
CCC. The Last Sitting of The Old Court of Session
CCCI. Rev. Alexander King, of the Relief Congregation, Dalkeith
CCCII. Francis Jeffrey, Esq., Advocate
CCCIII. Captain Dalrymple, and Miss Macdonald of Clanronald
CCCIV. The Lovers
CCCV. Dr. John Brown, alias "The Devil Killer"
CCCVI. Miss Burns, a celebrated beauty of last century
CCCVII. A Political Set-To; or, "Freedom of Election" Illustrated
CCCVIII. Mr. Pierie and Mr. Maxwell. The Ladies are in the Costume of 1785
CCCIX. Rev. George Husband Baird, D.D.
CCCX. Provost Elder and Principal Baird.
CCCXI. Dr. John Hope, Professor of Botany in the University of Edinburgh
CCCXII. Second Division of the Court of Session
CCCXIII. Jerome William Knapp LL.D., Deputy-Clerk of Arraigns
CCCXIV. Three Social Friends. Mr. Robert Kay, Mr. Louis Cauvin, and Mr. David Scott
CCCXV. Mrs. Smith, in the costume of 1795
CCCXVI. The Hon. William Ramsay Maule, of Panmure, afterwards Lord Panmure of Brechin and Navar
CCCXVII. A. Colquhoun, Esq., of Killermont, Lord Advocate of Scotland, and A. Maconochie, Esq. (Lord Meadowbank), then Solicitor-General
CCCXVIII. The Hon. Francis William Grant of Grant, Colonel of the Inverness-shire Militia
CCCXIX. Rev. David Dickson, D.D.
CCCXX. Twelve Advocates who plead with wigs on
CCCXXI. Rev. James-Francis Grant, of St. George's Chapel, York Place, Edinburgh
CCCXXII. The Craft in Danger
CCCXXIII. Robert Sym, Esq., writer to the Signet
CCCXXIV. Rev. Henry Grey, A.M.
CCCXXV. Mr. Robert Macgachen, Accountant of Excise
CCCXXVI. Twelve Advocates, who plead without wigs
CCCXXVII. John Rose, Esq. of Holme
CCCXXVIII. Major Skey, and the Right Hon. Lord Clive (now Earl of Powis), of the Shropshire Militia
CCCXXIX. Archibald Campbell, City Officer
CCCXXIX.* Archibald Constable, Esq.
Notes to Vol. 2
Index to the Portraits, etc. in Vol. 2
Index to the Names Incidentally Mentioned in the Second Volume
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