Military Governors and Imperial Frontiers c. 1600-1800: A Study of Scotland and Empires

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LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS

Plates

Plate 1: Vardø Castle in Finnmark, seat of Lensmann John Cunninghame. This painting is by Hans Hansen Lilienskiold, Governor of Finnmark 1683–1701. (University Library of Tromsø, Norway)

Plate 2: John Cunnigham's Government of Finmark, 1619–1651 (University of Tromsø, Norway)

Plate 3: Field-Marshal James Keith: Jacobite Exile and Russian Imperial Official (Marischal College Museum, Aberdeen)

Plate 4: Robert Dinwiddie: Lieutenant Governor of Virginia, 1751–1757 (By courtesy of the National Portrait Gallery, London)

Plate 5: Sir Archibald Campbell of Inverneil: Governor of Madras, 1786–1789 (National Army Museum, London)


Maps

Map 1: Seventeenth and Eighteenth-Century Scotland

Map 2: Scottish Governors and Commandants in Scandinavia c. 1580–1700

Map 3: Scottish Governors in 'Central Europe' c. 1600–1700

Map 4: Britain's North American Colonies in the Eighteenth Century

Map 5: The Windward Archipelago and the Eighteenth-Century Caribbean

Map 6: India in the 1780s

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