sic] Davidson of Glasgow'; 'Old John/Bishop of/Peterboro' General'; 'Oxford'; 'Emperor Alexander.'; 'General Wilkinson'; 'Mr. Benjamin West.' the painter (illustrated opposite); 'Mrs Violet Lockhart'; 'Sir James Campbell of Aberichel'; 'an old hand at the/Cockpit Oxon.'; 'John Cay advocate'; 'Lord Byron' (illustrated opposite); 'Mr. De la Tourdaigne/1814.'; 'The Synod of Glasgow & Ayr enjoying the prospect of the new Catholic chapel' including a portrait of 'Mr Locke of/Campbell.' " /> sic] Davidson of Glasgow'; 'Old John/Bishop of/Peterboro' General'; 'Oxford'; 'Emperor Alexander.'; 'General Wilkinson'; 'Mr. Benjamin West.' the painter (illustrated opposite); 'Mrs Violet Lockhart'; 'Sir James Campbell of Aberichel'; 'an old hand at the/Cockpit Oxon.'; 'John Cay advocate'; 'Lord Byron' (illustrated opposite); 'Mr. De la Tourdaigne/1814.'; 'The Synod of Glasgow & Ayr enjoying the prospect of the new Catholic chapel' including a portrait of 'Mr Locke of/Campbell.' " /> John Gibson Lockhart (1794-1854) , An Album of Caricaturesincluding: 'Sir W Hamilton' (3); 'Oxford The Strictures of the Edinburgh review considered at a private meeting of the Caput. Oxford A.D. 1810/The Edin Rev. July 1809/april 1810' (illustrated opposite); 'Revd. Balfour having taken lodgings in a questionable hous [<I>sic</I>]'; 'Dr. Cleghorn /Glasgow/Dr. Corkindale'; 'Dr. Muckerey of W. Calder.; 'Mr. Laing, bookseller, beset by Jews'; 'Col. Campbell/Dr. Scott Dentist'; 'The Revd. Mr. Mushat'; 'Charles Sharp'; '<I>THE REVEREND NEIL DOUGLAS</I>/from a sketch made during the trial/May 1817./"Daniel Chapter V. Verses 17-23."'; 'Mr W Laing Bookseller/Laing the bookseller'; 'Lord Eldin/John Clerk'; 'Dr Scott Dentist'; 'Peter Peddie?'; 'Profesor [<I>sic</I>] Davidson of Glasgow'; 'Old John/Bishop of/Peterboro' General'; 'Oxford'; 'Emperor Alexander.'; 'General Wilkinson'; 'Mr. Benjamin West.' the painter (illustrated opposite); 'Mrs Violet Lockhart'; 'Sir James Campbell of Aberichel'; 'an old hand at the/Cockpit Oxon.'; 'John Cay advocate'; 'Lord Byron' (illustrated opposite); 'Mr. De la Tourdaigne/1814.'; 'The Synod of Glasgow & Ayr enjoying the prospect of the new Catholic chapel' including a portrait of 'Mr Locke of/Campbell.' | Christie's