Architectural Heritage XXVII: ‘Two Lugar Houses in Galloway’

Architectural Heritage XXVII: ‘Two Lugar Houses in Galloway’

Our apology to Richard Agnew and the family of the late Antony Wolffe for editorial errors concerning their Journal article ‘Two Lugar Houses in Galloway’.

 

APOLOGY

The AHSS would like to apologise to Richard Agnew and the family of the late Antony Wolffe for editorial errors concerning their article “Two Lugar Houses in Galloway” which appeared in the Society’s Journal Architectural Heritage XXVII.

The captions for the two drawings of Glenlee at the end of the article are transposed. They are before and after sketches but wrongly described.

The account of the Journal’s contents on the flyleaf refers to “designed by Robert Lugar in the 1820s … options available to the Regency client.” As the Regency ended on the death of George III in January 1820, “late Georgian” would be a better description.

Hensol and Glenlee Park are also described as near Kirkcudbright although they are 13 and 21 miles from the town.

The issues have been discussed with Edinburgh University Press (EUP) and it appears that comments on an early draft by Richard Agnew were unfortunately overlooked. EUP joins AHSS in apologising for the errors.

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