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The Colledge of Glasgow.
The Colledge of Glasgow. Is most humbly Inscrib'd to the Rever. Mr John Stirling Principall of the Coledge of Glasgow.
[after John Slezer.]
[n.d., c.1700.]

An elevated view of the buildings of the University of Glasgow when it was located on the High Street, before its move to Gilmorehill in 1870. To the right is Blackfriars Church, demolished in 1870. From 'Theatrum Scotiae' by John Slezer, first printed in 1693.
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Views of the Principal towns and Castles in Scotland
Views of the Principal towns and Castles in Scotland For Mr Tindal's continuation of Mr Rapin's History.
[after John Slezer.]
[London, John & Paul Knapton, 1744.]
Coloured engraving; 18th century watermark. 365 x 470mm (14¼ x 18½"). Folded as issued, edges chipped.
Eleven views on one sheet, derived from John Slezer's views first published in the 1690s. They are: Edinburgh (spelt 'Edinburg'); Sterling; Aberdeen; Stirling Castle; Glasgow ('Glascow'); Fortrose ('Channery Town in Ross'); Edinburgh Castle; St Andrews; Dunnottar Castle ('Dunotyr'); The Bass Rock; and Montrose.
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Ruderae Ecclesiae Cathedraelis Sancti Andreae. The Ruins of the Cathedrall of St. Andrews.
Ruderae Ecclesiae Cathedraelis Sancti Andreae. The Ruins of the Cathedrall of St. Andrews. This plate w.th the following Wiews of ye Cathedralls are most humbly Inscribed to the Right Reverend Fath in God William L.d Bishop of Carlyle Lord Almoner to His Majestie.14.
[after John Slezer.]
[n.d. c.1700.]
Engraving. 265 x 430mm (10½ x 17"). Folds as normal, toning at centrefold.
The Cathedral of St. Andrew was built in 1158; in 1559, during the Scottish Reformation, the building was stripped of its altars and images; and by 1561 it had been abandoned and left to fall into ruin. From 'Theatrum Scotiae' by John Slezer, first printed in 1693.
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Ruderae Ecclesiae Cathedraelis Sancti Andreae. The Ruins of the Cathedrall of St. Andrews.
Ruderae Ecclesiae Cathedraelis Sancti Andreae. The Ruins of the Cathedrall of St. Andrews. This plate w.th the following Wiews of ye Cathedralls are most humbly Inscribed to the Right Reverend Fath in God William L.d Bishop of Carlyle Lord Almoner to His Majestie. 61.
[after John Slezer.]
[n.d. c.1728.]
Coloured engraving. 260 x 430mm (10¼ x 17"). Trimmed into plate at bottom.
The Cathedral of St. Andrew was built in 1158; in 1559, during the Scottish Reformation, the building was stripped of its altars and images; and by 1561 it had been abandoned and left to fall into ruin. From 'Theatrum Scotiae' by John Slezer, first printed in 1693. This issue has '61' added to the sky top right.
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Rudera Arcis Sancti Andreae. The Ruins of the Castle of St. Andrews. 15.
Rudera Arcis Sancti Andreae. The Ruins of the Castle of St. Andrews. 15.
[after John Slezer.]
[n.d. c.1700.]
Engraving. Sheet 260 x 420mm (10¼ x 16½"). Trimmed within plate, laid on album paper.
St Andrew's Castle had fallen into disrepair by 1656. From 'Theatrum Scotiae' by John Slezer, first printed in 1693.
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Ruderae Ecclesiae Cathedraelis Sancti Andreae. The Ruins of the Cathedrall of St. Andrews. 14. [&] Rudera Arcis Sancti Andreae. The Ruins of the Castle of St. Andrews. 15.
Ruderae Ecclesiae Cathedraelis Sancti Andreae. The Ruins of the Cathedrall of St. Andrews. 14. [&] Rudera Arcis Sancti Andreae. The Ruins of the Castle of St. Andrews. 15.
[after John Slezer.]
[n.d. c.1700.]
A pair of engravings. Plate 268 x 430mm (10½ x 17"). Folds as normal, some small nicks to the edges.
The Cathedral of St. Andrew was built in 1158; in 1559, during the Scottish Reformation, the building was stripped of its altars and images; and by 1561 it had been abandoned and left to fall into ruin. The Old Course at St Andrews is one of the oldest golf courses in the world, a public course over common land in St Andrews, Fife, Scotland. St Andrew's Castle, the ruined castle in Fife, Scotland, which fell into disrepair by 1656. From 'Theatrum Scotiae' by John Slezer, first printed in 1693.
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The Prospect of their Ma.ties Castle of Sterling.
The Prospect of their Ma.ties Castle of Sterling. [with label] Sold as Cheap as in London, by John Hogben, Master of the Mathematical Free-School, ar Rye in Sussex.
[after John Slezer.]
[n.d., c.1760.]
Engraving with contemporary hand colour. Sheet 240 x 425mm (9½ x 16¾"). Trimmed to image, title excised and pasted on reverse as normal, laid on thick paper with print-seller's label.
A view of Sterling Castle, first published in Slezer's 'Theatrum Scotiae', first published 1693 so predating the outer walls of the present-day castle (built 1711-4). An expanded version of Hogben's label explained that he also sold 'globes, maps, spectacles and fishing tackle'. The Free school is now Rye College.
[Ref: 53756]   £240.00   (£288.00 incl.VAT)
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