John Carr

Born 1772
Died 1832
Place of Birth London
Place of Death London
Gender Male
Biographical Notes Sir John Carr. English travel writer. Between 1802 and 1811 he published a series of highly successful travelogues of various countries (France, Ireland, Scandinavia, Holland, Spain, Scotland), accompanied by his own sketches. He also wrote two volumes of poetry and a play.

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Bay of Dublin (Draughtsman, Author of travel text)

The Scalp (Draughtsman, Author of travel text)

Mrs. Grattan’s Cottage (Draughtsman, Author of travel text)

Glenmore Castle, the Seat of Francis Synge, Esqr. (Draughtsman, Author of travel text)

Glendalough, or the Seven Churches (Draughtsman, Author of travel text)

Limerick (Draughtsman, Author of travel text)

Adair (Draughtsman, Author of travel text)

Glenaa (Draughtsman, Author of travel text)

Old Weir Bridge (Draughtsman, Author of travel text)

Upper Lake of Killarney (Draughtsman, Author of travel text)

Cork, from the Mardyke Walk (Draughtsman, Author of travel text)

Ormond Castle (Draughtsman, Author of travel text)

The Custom House (Draughtsman, Author of travel text)

Dublin (Draughtsman, Author of travel text)