A view of the Northern Walk of the College Garden off High Street, looking towards the northern wall. This is an early example of the landscape work to come out of the Foulis Academy. It is by the engraver Robert Paul and was completed in 1756 as one of his first dated plates. The old prebendal manses on the Drygate can be seen over the wall, and behind them the spire of the Cathedral.
Reference: Mitchell Library, FA 15/3
Reproduced with the permission of Glasgow City Council, Libraries Information and Learning
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