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Inglis, Charlotte Elizabeth (wife of Colonel Thomas Inglis)



  • Existence: 1781-1845

Charlotte Elizabeth Inglis (1781-1845) was the wife of Colonel Thomas Inglis (d. 1821) of Edinburgh, and the daughter of Sir Philip Ainslie (1728-1802). Her childhood home was Pilton, Midlothian, an estate bought by her grandfather George Ainslie (d. 1773) who had made a fortune in commerce in Bordeaux.

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Bound collection of Regency ms designs of borders friezes and dresses - the pattern book of Charlotte Elizabeth Inglis

 Fonds — Box: CLX-D-33, Volume: Coll-1787 / SC-Acc-2016-0167, n/a: data_value_missing_eb9ec0472293b6007724dd40c861fe08
Identifier: Coll-1787
Content Description Large folio, calf-backed boards, morocco label - Pattern Book - on the upper cover. Whatman paper watermarked 1805... ff.28 used.Charlotte Elizabeth's designs occupy the full folio page and are drawn in ink. She got her collection from a number of aristocratic ladies, and she has noted some of their names, occasionally identifying and dating the design. Among the ladies noted are: Lady Montague, Lady Haddington, Lady Hope, Lady Queensberry, Miss Graham, Elizabeth Moore of Shenstone House,...
Dates: 1806-1817