A Baptist Minister's scrapbook, containing a collection of four Mughal miniatures (damaged), seven Calcutta watercolours, and a miscellany of European engravings (17th-18th C), some relating to Indian customs, in addition to portraits of priests and other Church figures, as well as views of English monuments
comprising: Nadir Shah receiving a minister with officers, Provincial Mughal, circa 1740, gouache on paper, 361 x 269 mm.; a nobleman on a terrace, Hyderabad, circa 1770, gouache on paper, 342 x 212 mm.; Aurangzeb receiving a courtier presenting a jewelled sarpech, Mughal, circa 1700, gouache on paper, 273 x 213 mm.; a portrait of a nobleman, Mughal, 18th Century, gouache on paper, 189 x 136 mm.; Kali worshipped in a temple; devotees worshipping at lingam shrines on the bank of the Ganges; a disciple at the feet of a Brahmin; Kali standing over Siva; Kali beheaded; two paintings depicting artifacts of worship, Company School, Calcutta, first half of the 19th Century, watercolours on paper, with English inscriptions in ink, 509 x 319 mm. and smaller, laid down or tipped into an album, bookplate of Bristol Baptist College Library, marbled paper boards, half morocco
album 535 x 325 mm.