In AIRTH you can see the fabulous DUNMORE PINEAPPLE house, built for John Murray, Earl of Dunmore and Governor of Virginia. It really IS shaped like a pineapple, and is now owned by the National Trust for Scotland. If you have the cash, you can even rent it for a holiday from the Landmark Trust, which has a lovely colour photo of it online! For more details, see the Pineapple page in their brochure. The Scottish National Portrait Gallery has Reynolds' portrait of Dunmore in Highland dress. The caption notes that he alienated the Virginia colonists by offering generous terms to defeated Indians. It doesn't mention that he alienated them even further by offering freedom to any slaves who joined the King's cause ('Dunmore's Ethiopians' were at Great Bridge, Virginia, under Captain Samuel Leslie). Of course, this made the Virginia planters rush to the cause of... did someone say LIBERTY?!