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Maps and prints of naval engagements collected by George III

R.R. Campbell (active 1795-1802)

Scotland, 1795

DISPOSITION of the CAMPS in NORTH BRITAIN under the COMMAND of / GENERAL LORD ADAM GORDON in the YEAR 1795 1795 or later

Pen and ink and watercolour on paper | 30.8 x 42.0 cm (image) | RCIN 735033.d

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A tabulation of the strengths of the regiments encamped in Scotland in 1795. War of the French Revolution (1792-1802): War of the First Coalition (1792-8).

This is a tabulation of the strengths of the regiments and names the commanding officers at each camp site which were as follows: at Musselburgh: Major General Hamilton with troops of the IVth or Queens Own Regiment of Dragoons, the 1st, 2nd and 1st Battalions of the IVth Fencible Regiments. At Dunbar: Major General Dundas with troops of the IVth or Queens Own Regiment of Dragoons, and the 1st and 2nd Battalions of the Scotch Brigade. At Aberdeen: Lieut-General Sir Hector Munro with troops of the Perthshire Fencible Cavalry, the 2nd Battalion of the IVth and 1st Battalion of the VIIIth Fencible Regiments.

From Plans of the Encampments form'd in North Britain in 1795; see RCIN 735033.

  • R.R. Campbell (active 1795-1802) (draughtsman)

  • Watermark: None

    Mark, stamped: 1084

    Condition: no fold lines

  • 25.2 x 37.6 cm (neatline)

    30.8 x 42.0 cm (image)

    34.9 x 46.2 cm (sheet)

  • Manuscript title:

    DISPOSITION of the CAMPS in NORTH BRITAIN under the COMMAND of / GENERAL LORD ADAM GORDON in the YEAR 1795

    Manuscript title:

    Pl: IV [top centre, above border]

    Annotations:

    None

    George III catalogue entry:

    Scotland Three drawn Plans, with the Disposition of the Encampments formed in North Britain under the command of Lord Adam Gordon: by Lieut. R.R. Campbell. [The same entry appears under the heading Encampments.]

  • From the collection of military and naval maps and prints formed by George III (1738-1820)

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