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George IV, at a military review on Portobello Sands 23 August 1822 by William Turner 'de Lond'. Courtesy of National Galleries Scotland.

‘One and twenty daft days’ in King George IV visits Scotland

Portobello Pier. The Portobello Baths building at the bottom of Bellfield St. can be seen (between the pier supports) on the seafront in the background.

The Portobello Baths building at the bottom of Bellfield St. can be seen (between the pier supports) on the seafront in the background.

1817 April 11th. Moulinet - Elegances of Quadrille Dancing. By George Cruikshank. Hand-coloured etching. BritishMuseum.org suzilove.com

© The Trustees of the British Museum Moulinet-Elegances of Quadrille Dancing…

When this shop in Glasgow came up with the perfect name. | 24 Times Scotland Proved It Was Funnier Than Us All

When this shop in Glasgow came up with the perfect name.

When this shop in Glasgow came up with the perfect name. | 24 Times Scotland Proved It Was Funnier Than Us All

This is an on-line image from the British Museum. A soldier talking to a fashionably-dressed young woman on horseback, leaning against her horse, while another soldier entertains two women in a tent in the background to right; encampment laid out on the hill behind. 15 September 1780 Hand-coloured mezzotint with some etching.

This is an on-line image from the British Museum. A soldier talking to a…

Drury Lane Theatre , London interior , built 1794 . Detail based on watercolour reproduction by Edward Dayes showing the audience and stage , 1795 . ED 6 August 1763 May 1804 . stock photo

Detail based on watercolour reproduction by Edward Dayes showing the audience and stage , 1795 . ED 6 August 1763 May 1804 .

Geordie and Willie “keeping it up” – Johnny Bull pays the piper!!

‘One and twenty daft days’ in 1822: King George IV visits Scotland

Geordie and Willie "keeping it up" - Johnny Bull pays the piper! Courtesy of the British Museum.

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