Robert A. Dundas C. Nisbet-Hamilton.B, Feb 9 AD 1804. + June 9 AF 1877.
Private Plate [n.d., c.1877.]
Engraving with very large margins. 320 x 215mm (12˝ x 8˝"). Faint mount burn.
Robert Adam Nisbet-Hamilton (né Dundas) (1804-77), advocate and politician; MP for Edinburgh, Ipswich and North Lincolnshire. In 1852 he was briefly Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster. He changed his surname twice: in in 1835 he became 'Christopher' when his wife Lady Mary Bruce inherited the Christopher estates at Bloxholm and Wellvale in Lincolnshire; and in 1855 he took 'Nisbet-Hamilton' after Mary succeeded to the Nisbet-Hamilton estates in Scotland, including Dirleton Castle and Archerfield House.
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