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plaid/tartan suit commissioned and worn by an English Jacobite, Sir John Hynde Cotton, Baronet (1686 – 1752) see also http://www.nms.ac.uk/infozone/scotland_transformed.aspx

plaid/tartan suit commissioned and worn by an English Jacobite, Sir John Hynde Cotton, Baronet (1686 – 1752) see also http://www.nms.ac.uk/infozone/scotland_transformed.aspx

Edinburgh Castle, Scotland. What an incredible photo and a permanent reminder of how beautiful Scotland is! Loved it here!!

Edinburgh Castle, Scotland. What an incredible photo and a permanent reminder of how beautiful Scotland is! Loved it here!!

My love is telling me about these old fashioned shawls which look great (2.4.)

My love is telling me about these old fashioned shawls which look great (2.4.)

English School, The Rt. Hon. James Alexander Stewart MacKenzie Seaforth and Glasserton (1784-1843), wearing MacKenzie tartan kilt with matching plaid over brown coatee, sporan with six tassels and Regimental crest, dirk at his hip, sgian dubh tucked into his right tartan stocking, horn on a silver chain and sword belt across his chest, his cap adorned with feathers and a sprig of holly, in his left hand a bow, in his right hand an arrow with blue and white flight, two further arrows tucked…

English School, The Rt. Hon. James Alexander Stewart MacKenzie Seaforth and Glasserton (1784-1843), wearing MacKenzie tartan kilt with matching plaid over brown coatee, sporan with six tassels and Regimental crest, dirk at his hip, sgian dubh tucked into his right tartan stocking, horn on a silver chain and sword belt across his chest, his cap adorned with feathers and a sprig of holly, in his left hand a bow, in his right hand an arrow with blue and white flight, two further arrows tucked…

Two soldiers in their above the knee highland regiment kilts, and kit. Detail from St James's Park and the Mall c.1745 Royal Collection Trust.

Two soldiers in their above the knee highland regiment kilts, and kit. Detail from St James's Park and the Mall c.1745 Royal Collection Trust.

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