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Remarkable ruins, and romantic prospects, of North Britain

Charles Cordiner

Remarkable ruins, and romantic prospects, of North Britain

With ancient monuments, and singular subjects of natural history.

by Charles Cordiner

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Published by Published as the act directs July 17th. 1788 by Peter Mazell engraver in [London] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 1703, no. 06.
ContributionsMaxell, Peter.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination2v.([2],iv,[210]p.),plates
Number of Pages210
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16989192M

  It may now be a ruin, but we can still feel the love in the air at Kenilworth Castle where Robert Dudley went to spectacular lengths to woo Queen Elizabeth I. Steeped in history and legend, and surrounded by stunning scenery, here are a few more of Britain’s most romantic ruins Denbigh Castle, Denbighshire The striking 13th-century ruins of Denbigh Castle, crowning a steep hill above . As well as works by Pennant, Mazell illustrated books by John Boydell in ; Charles Cordiner's Remarkable Ruins and Romantic Prospects of North Britain in ; and Captain James Cook's Voyages. At least occasionally, he continued to paint as well as to make engravings: he exhibited two flower paintings at the exhibition of the Royal.

Cordiner, C. () Antiquities and scenery of the north of Scotland, in a series of letters to Thomas Pennant, 70, Esq. London. Cordiner, C. () Remarkable Ruins, and Romantic Prospects, of North Britain.   Britain is rightly known for its great stately houses, castles and churches – and its ruins are also worthy of celebration Rowan Moore Fri 13 Feb .

Mazell was employed by Boydell on some plates after Smith of Chichester, in , and by Pennant for the engravings in "British Zoology," published in , and "Tour in Wales," He also did the plates for C. Cordiner's "Ruins and Romantic Prospects of North Britain," , and for Cook's "Voyages.". Remarkable ruins, and romantic prospects, of North Britain. with ancient monuments, and singular subjects of natural history by the Revd. Charles Cord (Knihy).


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Charles Cordiner of Banff. The engravings by Peter Mazell. (eBook, ) []. Remarkable ruins, and romantic prospects, of North Britain: with ancient monuments, and singular subjects of natural history / By Cordiner, Charles.

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Charles engravings by Peter Mazell. Volume 2 of 2 by Charles Cordiner (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: 1. Cordiner, Charles Remarkable Ruins, and Romantic Prospects of North Britain London: Peter Mazell, 2 volumes, 4to, frontispieces, 97 plates (including 24 hand-coloured plates), contemporary speckled calf, banded spine with gilt tooling, bookplates of Mathew Wilson, Frances Mary Richardson Currer, Paul M.

Stephens and J. Robertson (2). REMARKABLE RUINS AND ROMANTIC PROSPECTS OF NORTH BRITAIN BY CHARLES CORDINER - PLATES VOLUME ONLY, In Antiquarian & Collectable Books.

Remarkable Ruins, and Romantic Prospects, of North Britain, with Ancient Monuments and Singular Subjects of Natural History, 2 vol., engraved frontispiece in volume one, engraved pictorial titles, 97 engraved plates, later half calf, bound by J.

Alexander, Brechin, 4to, I. and J. Taylor, Pluscarden Abbey, from Charles Cordiner's 'Remarkable ruins, and romantic prospects, of North Britain', volume 1 (London, ). Books and manuscripts from St Benedict's Abbey About this site.

This was followed by a work in three volumes, published by the Rev. Cordiner of Banff, between andentitled Letters and Remarkable Ruins and Romantic Prospects of North Britain.

His views of buildings are confined to those in his own district and the north of Scotland. Cordiner published two books: 'Antiquities and Scenery of the North of Scotland' (letters to Pennant,above) and 'Remarkable Ruins, and Romantic Prospects of North Britain' (, with engravings by P.

Mazell). The drawings in this album presumably relate to these publications. The Maiden Stone, and details of the 'Pictish elephant' or 'beast' symbols on the Brodie and Nigg cross-slabs. From C Cordiner,'Remarkable Ruins and Romantic Prospects of North Britain'.

Engraving of Aberlemno no 1 and Clach Chairidh, Edderton, Pictish symbol stones and Hunters Hill, Glamis, cross-slab. From Charles Cordiner, 'Remarkable Ruins and Romantic Prospects of North Britain.

Britain's remarkable ruins 18 February Tweet. Which of these ruins have you visited. but age lends a patina of romance, and from the latter s, no confected ‘picturesque’ landscape was complete without its own ivy-swagged Gothic archway.

as Jane Eastoe reminds us in her new book, Ruins, for the National Trust, became the. This book, of which no other copy has been traced, includes a section on the dress and regalia of the Order of the Thistle.

A copy of Charles Cordiner's 'Remarkable Ruins, and Romantic prospects, of North Britain', vol.1 (London, ) is an edition not previously held in the National Library: the views include one of Pluscarden Abbey, a.

The phrases are those of the unnamed lady in Charles Cordiner, Remarkable Ruins, and Romantic Prospects, of North Britain (): see above, Chapter 5, note Google Scholar 5.

(ESTC T Lowndes Allibone Larissa P Watkins - Burnessia 34). Cordiner, Scottish Episcopal clergyman and antiquary, whose significance centres on two publications: Antiquities and Scenery of the North of Scotland, in a Series of Letters to Thomas Pennant () and Remarkable ruins and romantic prospects of north Britain.

Remarkable Ruins, and Romantic Prospects, of North Britain. with [sic] Ancient Monuments, and Singular Subjects of Natural History by the Revd. Charles .The Rev. Charles Cordiner of Banff Remarkable Ruins and Romantic Prospects, of North Britain, with Ancient Monuments and Singular Subjects of Natural History, Cordiner became the Episcopal minister in Banff, and wrote on the subject of antiquities.This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc.

that were either part of the original artifact, or were introduced by the scanning process. Remarkable Ruins, And Romantic Prospects, Of North Britain. With Ancient Monuments.