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Moray, Scotland, United Kingdom in Europe

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Gordon Castle Featured Moray Print

Gordon Castle

circa 1925: Gordon Castle and the drive leading up to it at Fochabers in Moray. The castle, seat of the Dukes of Richmond and Gordon, is set in 1,300 acres of deer park between Banff and Elgin. The ancient tower of the Earls and Marquises of Huntly, known as the Bog of Gight, rises behind the modern mansion. (Photo by Alfred Hind Robinson/A H Robinson/Getty Images)

Castle Gordon, engraved by Robert Sands, 1837 (engraving) Featured Moray Print

Castle Gordon, engraved by Robert Sands, 1837 (engraving)

XJF468566 Castle Gordon, engraved by Robert Sands, 1837 (engraving) by Allom, Thomas (1804-72) (after); Private Collection; ( Gordon Castle, near Fochabers in Moray, Scotland, was the principal seat of the Dukes of Gordon; Following re-building by John Baxter in the 1760s it was one of the largest country house ever built in Scotland, although much has since been demolished;); English, out of copyright

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Autograph: John Maitland, Duke of Lauderdale Featured Moray Print

Autograph: John Maitland, Duke of Lauderdale

Autograph: 1669 letter, written by John Maitland when Earl of Lauderdale, Secretary of State and High Commissioner in Scotland, to Sir Robert Moray, enclosing the 'Act of Supremacy' to be shown to the King, and giving graphic details of its preparation and of the debate upon it before the Lords of the Articles at Edinburgh. Written at Holyrood House, 2 November 1669. Signature. John Maitland. Scottish politician and leader within the Cabal Ministry, 24 May 1616 - 1682. Source: British Museum

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