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Gordon, John Watson 1788-1864 ISNI German National Library

Gordon, John Watson-, Sir, 1788-1864 National Library of Ireland Library of Congress/NACO

John Watson Gordon British painter (1788-1864) Wikidata

Gordon, John Watson (Scottish painter, 1788-1864) Union List of Artist Names [Getty Research Institute]

VIAF ID: 58036738 (Personal)

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American ornithology, or, The natural history of the birds of the United States Wikidata
Andrew Duncan, 1744 - 1828. President of the Royal Medical Society and of the Royal College of Physicians Wikidata
Andrew Rutherfurd, Lord Rutherfurd, 1791 - 1854. Judge Wikidata
Captain Thomas Hamilton, 1789 - 1842. Soldier and writer Wikidata
Carolina Oliphant, Lady Nairne, 1766 - 1845. Songwriter (With her son William Murray Nairne, later 6th Lord Nairne, 1808 - 1837) Wikidata
David Boyle, Lord Boyle, 1772 - 1853. Lord President of the Court of Session Wikidata
David Cox, 1783 - 1859. Landscape painter Wikidata
David Macbeth Moir, 1798 - 1851. Physician and author Wikidata
Fox Maule, 11th Earl of Dalhousie and 2nd Baron Panmure, 1801 - 1874. Parliamentarian Wikidata
General Sir Neil Douglas, 1779 - 1853. Soldier Wikidata
Henry Stephens, 1795 - 1874. Agricultural writer Wikidata
Henry Thomas, Lord Cockburn, 1779 - 1854. Judge and author Wikidata
James Abercromby, 1st Baron Dunfermline, 1776 - 1858. Speaker of the House of Commons Wikidata
James Andrew Ramsay, 10th Earl and 1st Marquess of Dalhousie, 1812 - 1860. Governor-General of India Wikidata
James Hogg, 'The Ettrick Shepherd' Wikidata
John Conolly, M.D. (1794-1866) Wikidata
John Taylor, fl. 1807 - 1825 Wikidata
Major-General Sir Patrick Lindsay, 1778 - 1839. Soldier Wikidata
Midshipman John Russell, 1810-69 Wikidata
Mr Kippen Wikidata
Mrs George Baird of Strichen Wikidata
Patrick Fraser Tytler, 1791 - 1849. Historian Wikidata
Periodical criticism National Library of Ireland
Peter Spalding (c. 1758 - 1826) Wikidata
Portrait of a Lady Wikidata
Porträt Adam Black (1784 - 1874) Schabkunst German National Library
The Prince of Wales (King Edward VII) Wikidata
Professor John Wilson (nom de plume, 'Christopher North'), 1785 - 1854. Author and moral philosopher Wikidata
Return from a Foray Wikidata
Rev. Thomas Chalmers, 1780 - 1847. Preacher and social reformer Wikidata
Rev. Thomas McCrie, 1772 - 1835. Seceding divine and ecclesiastical historian Wikidata
Rev. William Cunningham, 1805 - 1861. Theologian Wikidata
Robert Henry Wyndham, 1814 - 1894. Actor and theatrical manager Wikidata
Roderick Gray (1788 - 1858) Wikidata
Sir Arthur Farquhar, 1772 - 1843. Rear-Admiral Wikidata
Sir David Brewster Wikidata
Sir John Archibald Murray, Lord Murray, 1779 - 1859. Judge Wikidata
Sir John Shaw Lefevre, 1797 - 1879. Clerk of the Parliaments Wikidata
Sir Walter Scott, 1771 - 1832. Novelist and poet Wikidata
Sir William Fergusson, 1808 - 1877. Surgeon Wikidata
Sir William Gibson Craig, 1797 - 1878. Lord Clerk Register Wikidata
Thomas Babington, 1st Baron Macaulay, 1800 - 1859. Historian and statesman Wikidata
Thomas de Quincey, 1785 - 1859. Author and essayist Wikidata
Very Rev. Edward Bannerman Ramsay, 1793 - 1872. Dean of Edinburgh Wikidata
William Henry Playfair, 1789 - 1857. Architect Wikidata
William Isaac Iliffe (d.1917) Wikidata

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