Inverness, p.307.

[Scottish National Memorials Contents]

   SILVER QUAlCH, 3 ¼ inches in diameter. It has two handles: on one is engraved I.I and on the other M.C. On one side of the bowl is engraved and on the other side 

It bears the Inverness Hall-mark and as far as can be ascertained was manufactured by John Baillie, who was indentured as a goldsmith in Inverness in 1742. [A. J. S. B.] 

(1403) Lent by MRS. CAMERON. 

   OVAL SILVER SNUFF-BOX, 3 inches long, with a pebble in centre of lid. It belonged to Flora Macdonald and her husband, and has their initials ‘A McD’ and ‘F McD’ engraved on it. It bears the Inverness Hall-mark and was manufactured by Charles Jamieson, who was in business in Inverness from about 1780 till the early portion of this century. [A. J. S. B.] 

(653) Lent by MRS. WYLDE. 

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