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573 VINTAGE & RARE BOOKS ON SCOTTISH GENEALOGY, ANCESTRY AND FAMILY HISTORY ON THREE DVDS.

 

These fantastic old books will help paint a vivid picture of what family life was like for your ancestors over ninety years ago. In addition to the 95 genealogy books there are 51 almanacs and directories, 262 books on local history, 17 books on the Scottish abroad, 31 books on peerage baronetage and heraldry, and 115 books on Social and Geographical history.

The compilation is ideal for historical or genealogical research in the early part of the 20th century and prior to this date.

This compilation will also make the ideal gift for a genealogist or historian. The three DVD compilation is supplied in a 3 way jewel case. Note the pictures of the DVD covers front and rear, the DVD inlay and the three discs. This is what you will receive in the post.

The postage is at cost only and for if you purchase other compilations from my listings I will only charge postage for one compilation and refund you the postage for other purchases through pay pal.

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The Books on the DVDs are in the public domain and therefore no copyright rules have been breached. There may be some imperfections due to missing pages, ageing, deletions of added notes and pen markings as they have been scanned from original books. Theses imperfections are noted on the list below.

The Books are all in PDF format therefore you will require Adobe reader which you can download free on your computer from www adobe.com.

The Books are on a DVD-R and will not be readable with some CD-ROM Drives and Operating Systems prior to Windows XP. However a full refund will be given if DVDs are not suitable.

The Books contain several vintage illustrations some of which are included here.

The following books are in number order. The PDF file book descriptions on the DVD have the equivalent numbers for ease of reference. They are also categorized into six sections namely 1 Genealogy 2 Local History 3 the Scottish Abroad 4 Dictionaries, almanacs and records. 5 Peerage, baronetage and heraldry books, and 6 Sociological and geographical history.

 

 

GENEALOGY

1 Scottish surnames; a contribution to genealogy. By James Paterson 1866.

2 The Scottish antiquary; or, Northern notes & queries Vol 14 & 15. By J H Stevenson 1900

3 The Scottish antiquary; or, Northern notes & queries Vol 4 & 5.By A W C Hallen 1895.

4 The Scottish antiquary; or, Northern notes & queries Vol 6 & 7. By A W C Hallen 1892.

5 The Scottish antiquary; or, Northern notes & queries Vol 8 & 9. By A W C Hallen 1894.

6 The Scottish antiquary; or, Northern notes & queries Vol 12 & 13. By J H Stevenson 1898.

7 History and Genealogy of the Gurley Family by Albert E Gurley 1897

8 The Scottish clans and their tartans: with notes 1900.

9 A genealogy of six generations of Gemmills in America, with notes on their Scottish ancestry. By William Nelson Gemmill 1917.

10 Scottish notes and queries, July 1899 to June 1900.1900. Series 2 Vol 1.

11 Scottish Notes and Queries, June 1890 to May 1891.1891. Vol 4.

12 Scottish notes and queries, July 1902 to June 1903. 1903 Ser 2 Vol 4.

13 Scottish notes and queries, July 1905 to June 1906.1906 Ser 2 Vol 7.

14 Scottish notes and queries, June 1894 to May 1895.1887. Vol 8.

15 Scottish notes and queries 1887, June 1896 to May 1897.Vol 10.

16 Scottish armorial seals. By William Rae MacDonald 1904.

17 Memoirs of my ancestors; a collection of genealogical memoranda respecting several old Scottish families; with an appendix containing genealogy of the McCall family. By Hardy Bertram McCall 1884.

18 Publications of the Scottish History Society.Nimmo’s narrative.Mr James Nimmo 1654 to 1709 1889.Vol 6.

19 Publications of the Scottish History Society.Foulis of Ravelston’s account book. Sir John Foulis of Ravelston 1671 to 1707. 1894 Vol 16.

20 Publications of the Scottish History Society.Montereul correspondence. The diplomatic correspondence of Jean De Montereul and the Brothers De Bellievre, French ambassadors in England and Scotland 1645 to 1648. Vol 30.

21 Publications of the Scottish History Society. Foreign correspondence with Marie de Lorraine Queen of Scotland 1537 to 1548. Society 3rd series Vol 4.

22 Publications of the Scottish History Society. Letters of John Cockburn of Ormistoun to his gardener 1727 to 1744.1887.Vol 45.

23 Publications of the Scottish History Society. Genealogical collections concerning families in Scotland, made by Walter MacFarlane 1750 to 1751.1900.Vol 33.

24 Publications of the Scottish History Society. Genealogical collections concerning families in Scotland, made by Walter MacFarlane 1750 to 1751.1900.Vol 34.

25 Publications of the Scottish History Society. The loyal dissuasive and other papers concerning the affairs of Clan Chattan 1691 to 1705.1902 Vol 41.

26 Genealogical notes on some ancient Scottish families. By David Marshall 1884.

27 The Scottish nation; or, the historical and genealogical account of all Scottish families and surnames. By James MacVeigh 1889.Vol 1.

28 The Scottish nation; or, the historical and genealogical account of all Scottish families and surnames. By James MacVeigh 1889.Vol 2.

29 Historical and genealogical essay upon the family and surname of Buchanan; to which is added a brief inquiry into the genealogy and present state of ancient Scottish surnames, and more particularly of the Highland clans 1849. By William Buchanan.

30 Estimate of the Scottish nobility during the minority of James the Sixth 1873. By Charles Rogers.

31 Genealogical memoirs of the family of Robert Burns, and of the Scottish house of Burnes. By Charles Rogers 1877.

32 The history of the Tweedie, or Tweedy, family; a record of Scottish lowland life & character. By Michael Forbes Tweedie 1902.

33 The Arniston memoirs; three centuries of a Scottish house,1571-1838.by George William Thomson Ormond.1887.The images in this book are of poor quality. The text is faded but legible.

34 An historical catalogue of the Scottish bishops: down to the year 1688. Also an account of all the religious houses that were in Scotland at the time of the Reformation. By Robert Keith 1824.

35 Scottish branch of the Norman house of Roger; with a genealogical sketch of the family of Playfair.By Charles Rogers 1872.

36 An Historical Account of the MacDonnells of Antrim including notices of some other Septs Irish and Scottish by Rev George Hill 1873.

 

37 Chronicles of the Frasers; the Wardlaw manuscript entitled 'Polichronicon seu policratica temporum, or, the true genealogy of the Frasers,' 916-1674. By James Fraser 1905.

 

38 The Saint-Clairs of the Isles; being a history of the sea-kings of Orkney and their Scottish successors of the surname of Sinclair. By Roland William St Clair 1898.

 

39 The Livingstons of Livingston manor; being the history of that branch of the Scottish house of Callendar which settled in the English province of New York during the reign of Charles the Second; and also including an account of Robert Livingston of Albany, "The nephew," a settler in the same province and his principal descendants. By Robert Livingston 1910. The images in this book are of poor quality.

40 The historie and descent of the house of Rowallane. By Sir William Mure.1825.

41 Life of George Wishart, the Scottish martyr, with his translation of the Helvetian Confession and a genealogical history of the family of Wishart 1876. By Charles Rogers.

42 The Millers of Haddington, Dunbar and Dunfermline; a record of Scottish bookselling. By William James Couper 1914.

43 The border or riding clans followed by a history of the clan Dickson and a brief account of the family of the author. By Homer B Dixon 1889.

44 Lives of illustrious and distinguished Scotsmen: from the earliest period to the present time, arranged in alphabetical order, and forming a complete Scottish biographical dictionary. By Robert Chambers 1836 VOL 1 Part 2.

45 Lives of illustrious and distinguished Scotsmen: from the earliest period to the present time, arranged in alphabetical order, and forming a complete Scottish biographical dictionary. By Robert Chambers 1836 VOL 2 part 1

46 Lives of illustrious and distinguished Scotsmen: from the earliest period to the present time, arranged in alphabetical order, and forming a complete Scottish biographical dictionary. By Robert Chambers 1836 VOL 2 part 2.

47 Lives of illustrious and distinguished Scotsmen: from the earliest period to the present time, arranged in alphabetical order, and forming a complete Scottish biographical dictionary. By Robert Chambers 1836 VOL 3 part 1.

48 Lives of illustrious and distinguished Scotsmen: from the earliest period to the present time, arranged in alphabetical order, and forming a complete Scottish biographical dictionary. By Robert Chambers 1836 VOL 3 part 2.

49 History of the house and clan of Mackay, containing for connection and elucidation, besides accounts of many other Scottish families, a variety of historical notices, more particularly of those relating to the northern division of Scotland during the most critical and interesting periods; with a genealogical table of the clan. By Robert Mackay 1829.

50 Letters of James Murray, Loyalist. By James Murray 1901.

51 The history of the ancient, noble, and illustrious family of Gordon. By William Gordon 1726.Vol 1.

52 The history of the ancient, noble, and illustrious family of Gordon. By William Gordon 1726.Vol 2.

53 The Alexander family of Scotland, Ireland, and America, the Austin family of Wales and America, the Arnold family of England and America: a brief history. By Frances Austin Arnold 1896.

54 The Scottish nation; or. The surnames, families, literature, honours, and biographical history of the people of Scotland. By William Anderson 1859 Vol 1. 

55 The Scottish nation; or. The surnames, families, literature, honours, and biographical history of the people of Scotland. By William Anderson 1867 Vol 2

56 The Scottish nation; or. The surnames, families, literature, honours, and biographical history of the people of Scotland. By William Anderson 1867 Vol 3. 

57 Biographical studies in Scottish church history. By Anthony Mitchell 1914.

58 Family record of the name of Dingwall Fordyce in Aberdeenshire: including relatives of both names separately and connections. By A D Fordyce 1888.

59 A Memorial history of the Campbells of Melfort, Argyllshire: which includes records of the different highland and other families with whom they have intermarried. By Margaret Olympia Campbell 1882.

60 Selections from the family papers of the Mackays of Bighouse, consisting mainly of letters addressed to John Campbell of Barcaldine, sometime one of the government factors on the forfeited estates after the '45, many of them from Lord Glenorchy. By Douglas Wimberley 1900.

61 A history of the clan Mac Lean from its first settlement at Duard Castle, in the Isle of Mull, to the present period; including a genealogical account of some of the principal families together with their heraldry, legends, superstitions, etc. By J P MacLean 1889.

62 The Ayrshire Legatees, Or, the Pringle Family. By John Galt 1821.

63 Genealogy of the family of David Mitchell of Kilmarnock, Scotland 1883.

64 History of the house of Ochiltree of Ayrshire, Scotland: with the genealogy of the families of those who came to America and of some of the allied families, 1124-1916. By Clementine Brown Railey 1916.

65 Memorials of the Scottish families of Strachan and Wise. By Charles Rogers 1877.

66 The history and traditions of the land of the Lindsays in Angus and Mearns, with notices of Alyth and Meigle. By Andrew Jervise 1882.

67 A record of the Descendents of John Alexander of Lanarkshire Scotland and his wife Margaret Glassan who emigrated from Co Armagh Ireland to Chester County Pennsylvania in 1736 by the Rev John E Alexander 1878.

68 Four Perthshire families: Roger, Playfair, Constable and Haldane of Barmony. By Charles Rogers 1887.

69 Historic Memorials of the Stewarts of Forthergill, Perthshire and their male descendants: with an appendix containing title-deeds and various documents of interest in the history of the family. By Charles Poyntz Stewart 1879.

70 The Cochranes of Renfrewshire, Scotland: The Ancestry of Alexander Cochrane. By Walter Kendall Watkins 1904.

71 Notes on historical references to the Scottish family of Lauder. By James Young 1884.

72 Caithness family history. By John Henderson 1884.

73 Sinclairs of Roslin, Caithness, and Goshen. By Alexander MacLean Sinclair 1901.

74 Book of Bruce; ancestors and descendants of King Robert of Scotland. Being an historical and genealogical survey of the kingly and noble Scottish house of Bruce and a full account of its principal collateral families. With special reference to the Bruces of Clackmannan, Cultmalindie, Caithness, and the Shetland Islands, and their American descendants. By Lyman Horace Weeks 1907.

75 The chiefs of Colquhoun and their country Vol 1. By William Fraser 1869.

76 The chiefs of Colquhoun and their country Vol 2. By William Fraser 1869.

77 The historical families of Dumfriesshire and the border wars. By C L Johnstone 1889.

78 Rossiana; papers and documents relating to the history and genealogy of the ancient and noble house of Ross, of Ross-shire, Scotland, and its descent from the ancient earls of Ross, together with the descent of the ancient and historic family of Read, from Rede of Trough-end, Reade of Barton Court, Berks, and Read of Delaware. Also some account of the related families. By Pumpelly Harmon Reed 1908.

79 The Wrights of Glasgow. By William James Hughan 1899.

80 The History of the Alison or Allison family in Europe and America, A. D. 1135 to 1893: giving an account of the family in Scotland, England, Ireland, Australia, Canada, and the United States. By Leonard Allison Morrison 1893.

81 The Scotch-Irish McElroys in America, A. D. 1717-A. D. 1900. By Rev John M McElroy 1901.

82 The Paxtons: their origin in Scotland, and their migrations through England and Ireland, to the colony of Pennsylvania, whence they moved South and West, and found homes in many states and territories. By W M Paxton 1903.

83 The History of the Sinclair family in Europe and America for eleven hundred years: giving a genealogical and biographical history of the family in Normandy, France, a general record of it in Scotland, England, Ireland, and a full biographical and genealogical record of many branches in Canada and the United States. By Leonard Allison Morrison 1896.

84 A History and Genealogy of the Family of Bailie of North of Ireland in part including the Parish of Duneane,  Ireland and Burony of Dunain , Scotland by George Alexander Bailie 1902.

85 Memoirs of the Ancient Familie of the Echlins of Pittadro, in the County of Fyfe, in Scotland, now transplanted to Ireland. By William Crawfurd 1747.

86 Genealogy of the Wallace Family: descended from Robert Wallace of Ballymena, Ireland, with an introduction treating of
 the origin of the name and locations of the early generations in Scotland. By John H Wallace 1902.

87 The Pedens of America; being a summary of the Peden, Alexander, Morton, Morrow reunion 1899, and an outline history of the ancestry and descendants of John Peden and Margaret McDill; Scotland, Ireland, America, 1768-1900.By Eleanor M 
Hewell. 

88 Genealogy of the McKinistry Family with a Preliminary Essay of the Scotch- Irish immigrations in America by William Willis 1858.

89 The History of the Morison or Morrison Family, with Most of the "Traditions of the Morrisons. hereditary judges of Lewis, 
by Capt. f. w. l. Thomas, of Scotland, and a record of the descendants of the hereditary judges to 1880.A complete history of the
Morison settlers of Londonderry, n. h., of 1719 and their descendants, with genealogical sketches. Also, of the Brentwood, 
Nottingham, and Sanbornton, n. h., Morisons, and branches of the Morisons who settled in Delaware, Pennsylvania, Virginia,
and Nova Scotia, and descendants of the Morisons of Preston Grange, Scotland, and other families. By Leonard A. Morrison. 
1880.

90 Notices of the Ellises of England, Scotland and Ireland, from the conquest to the present time: including the families of Alis, Fitz-Elys, Helles, etc.by William Smith Ellis 1857.

 

91 The earliest history and genealogy, covering nearly three hundred years, from about 1600 to 1891, of the Dinsmoor-Dinsmore family of Scotland, Ireland, and America ; with that of many of their descendants, and additional facts relating to the sixteen first settlers and their families of Londonderry, New Hampshire, who emigrated to America in 1719 ; also, statistics concerning the McKean and Bell families; with a poem, "The heroes of the siege of Londonderry, Ireland, 1688-89". By Leonard Allison Morrison 1891.

92 History of the descendants of William Kennedy and his wife Mary or Marian Henderson, from 1730 to 1880, carried down by numbers. To which is added the meaning of the name Kennedy, with some facts connected with their history in Scotland and Ireland. By Elias Davidson Kennedy 1881.

93 McMillan genealogy & history; a record of the descendants of John McMillan and Mary Arnott, his wife, who were born and married in Scotland, removed to the north of Ireland and thence to Washington County, New York, about the middle of the eighteenth century. By William Franklin McMillan 1908.

94 Stewarts of Appin. By John H J Stewart 1880.

94A Notes on the family history and connections of Mr John MacDonald by R Ross.

 

DIRECTORIES, ALMANACS AND RECORDS.

95 Scottish Record Society: Publications 1898.Parish of Holyroodhouse or Canongate register of marriages 1564 to 1800.part 55.

96 Scottish Record Society: Publications 1898 Melrose Parish Register of baptisms proclamations of marriages 1753 to 1806.part 59.

97 Scottish Record Society: Publications 1898.the Burgesses and Guild Brethren of Glasgow 1573 to 1750.part 93.

98 Scottish Record Society: Publications 1898. Register of baptisms proclamations, marriages and mortcloth dues contained in Kirk-session records of the parish of Torphichen 1673 to 1714, protocol book of Sir William Corbet 1529 to 1555 and parish register of Dumfermiline 1561 to 1700.part 52.

99 Publications of the Scottish History Society. Records of the Baron Court of Stitchill 1655 to 1807.1887 Vol 50.

100 Scottish Record Society. Publications 1898.Parish lists of Wigtownshire and Minnigaff 1684.bt William Scot.

101 Brown's Hamilton directory for 1855-1856 to which is added a handbook of Hamilton. By James Muir 1855.

102 Pigot & Co.'s new commercial directory of Scotland for 1825-6: containing directories of Edinburgh, Glasgow, and every other town & villages 1825.

103 Publications of the Scottish History Society. The Records of the commissions of the general Assemblies of the Church of Scotland in Edinburgh in the years 1646 and 1647.1892 Vol 11.

104 Publications of the Scottish History Society. Records of the Earldom of Orkney 1299 TO 1614.1914 2nd series Vol 7.

105 Chronological List of the Royal Company of Scottish Archers from 1676 to 1819.

106a Slater's Royal National Commercial Directory of Scotland 1903 Part 1

106b Slater's Royal National Commercial Directory of Scotland 1903 Part 2

106c Slater's Royal National Commercial Directory of Scotland 1903 Part 3

106d Slater's Royal National Commercial Directory of Scotland 1903 Part 4

107 The General Almanack of Scotland, and British register for 1809.

108 The records of Elgin. By William Cramond 1903 Vol 1.

109 The records of Elgin. By William Cramond 1903 Vol 2.

110 Forfarshire directory for 1887-8.1887.

111 Angus and Mearns directory and almanac 1846.

112 The Ayrshire Directory 1851-52.

113 Ayr Post Office General and Trades Directory for Ayr Newton and Wallacetown 1904-1905.

114 Directory for Ayr, Newton, Wallacetown, St Quivox, Prestwick and Monkton 1845-1846.

115 The Kilmarnock and Riccarton Post-Office directory 1846-1847.

116 Post Office Kilmarnock directory 1868.

117 Worrall's directory of the North-Eastern counties of Scotland, comprising the counties of Forfar, Fife, Kinross, Aberdeen, Banff, and Kincardine 1877.

118 Clarke's Motherwell directory 1896.

119 Naismith's Hamilton directory for 1878-79, including Bothwell, Blantyre, Uddingston, Motherwell, and Larkhall to which is added, a history of Hamilton and neighbourhood 1879.

120 Leslie's directory for Perth and Perthshire 1891-1892.

121 The Perth Directory 1852-1853.

122 Post Office Perth Directory 1845-1846

123 Directory for the City of Perth and vicinity : containing an accurate list of the gentlemen, merchants, and principal inhabitants with their places of business and residence : with an appendix containing a list of the banking companies ... : accompanied by a plan of the city & environ. 1837-1838.

124 The Post Office Perth directory, for 1848-1849: with a copious appendix, containing a complete post-office directory, with a large sheet, showing all the foreign and colonial postages, arrivals and departures of mails from England. Carriers, shipping, &c. with other useful information. Compiled and arranged by J. Marshall & J. Galloway, clerks. With a view and plan of the city and environs, engraved expressly for the work. By James Marshall.1848.

125 The Post Office Perth directory, for 1854-1855: with a copious appendix, containing a complete post-office directory, with a large sheet, showing all the foreign and colonial postages, arrivals and departures of mails from England. Carriers, shipping, &c. with other useful information. Compiled and arranged by J. Marshall & J. Galloway, clerks. With a view and plan of the city and environs, engraved expressly for the work. By James Marshall.1854.

126 Fowler's commercial directory of the lower ward of Renfrewshire.1836-1837.

127 Fowler's Paisley and Johnstone commercial directory 1845-1846.
 
128 The Paisley Directory and General Advertiser 1884-1885.
 
129 Watson's Directory for Paisley 1862-1863.

130 Watson's directory for Paisley, Renfrew, Johnstone, Elderslie, Linwood, Quarrelton, Thornhill, Balaclava, and Inkerm 1868-1869.

131 Black's Morayshire directory, including the upper district of Banffshire 1863.

132 Bute county directory for 1901-1902.

133 The West Coast directory for 1883-84.1883.

134 The Helensburgh directory 1899.

135 The new Edinburgh, Leith, and county (business) directory 1867.

136 Oliver and Boyd's Edinburgh almanac and national repository 1896.

137 The Glasgow directory 1817.

138 The Post-Office annual Glasgow directory 1834-1835.

139 Dundee Directory 1842-1843.

140 The Post-Office Dundee directory 1869-1870.

141 The Portobello & district directory 1889.

142 The Stirling Directory 1870-71. 1788.

143 Hutcheson's Greenock register, directory, and general advertiser for 1845-46.1845.

144 The Inverness directory, containing street and alphabetical lists, professional lists and other useful information 1873.

145 Dumfries and district post office directory for 1911 and 1912.

BOOKS ON SOCIOLOGICAL AND GEOGRAPHICAL HISTORY.

146 History of the Scottish Highlands: Highland clans and Highland regiments, with an account of the Gaelic language, literature, and music. By John Scott Keltie 1870 Vol I.

147 History of the Scottish Highlands: Highland clans and Highland regiments, with an account of the Gaelic language, literature, and music. By John Scott Keltie 1870 Vol II.

148 History of the Scottish Highlands: Highland clans and Highland regiments, with an account of the Gaelic language, literature, and music. By Thomas McLaughlan Vol III.

149 Publications of the Scottish History Society. Bibliography of Scottish topography Vol 14.

150 Publications of the Scottish History Society. Ochtertyre House book of accomps 1737 to 1739.1887 Vol 55.

151 Publications of the Scottish History Society. Papal negotiations with Mary Queen of Scots during her reign in Scotland 1561 to 1567.1901 Vol 37.

152 Publications of the Scottish History Society. Statutes of the Scottish church 1225 to 1559.1907. Vol 54

153 Publications of the Scottish History Society. Letters and papers illustrating the relations between Charles II and Scotland in 1650.1894 Vol 17.

154 Publications of the Scottish History Society. The Lyon in mourning or a collection of speeches letters journals etc relative to the affairs of Charles Edward Stuart 1746 to1775.1896 Vol 22.

155 Publications of the Scottish History Society.Seafield correspondence from 1685 to 1708.1912 2nd series Vol 3.

156 Publications of the Scottish History Society. Illustrating the history of the Scots Brigade in the service of the United Netherlands 1572 to 1782.1899 Vol 32.

157 Publications of the Scottish History Society. Register of the consultations of the ministers of Edinburgh and some other brethren of the ministry 1652 to1657.1921 3rd series Vol 1.

158 Publications of the Scottish History Society. Tours in Scotland by Richard Pococke 1747, 1750, 1760.1887 Vol 1.

159 Publications of the Scottish History Society.De unione regnorum brittanle tractatus 1909.Vol 60.

160 Publications of the Scottish History Society. The diary and general expenditure book of William Cunningham of Craigends from 1673 to 1680.1887.

161 Scottish land-names; their origin and meaning 1894. By Sir Herbert Maxwell.

162 Ordnance gazetteer of Scotland: a survey of Scottish topography, statistical, biographical, and historical. By Francis Hindes Groome Vol 1 1895.

163 Ordnance gazetteer of Scotland: a survey of Scottish topography, statistical, biographical, and historical. By Francis Hindes Groome Vol 2 1895.

164 The Scottish Songstress, Caroline Baroness Nairne, by her great grand-niece.1894.

165 The Earldom of Mar in sunshine and in shade during five hundred years. With incidental notices of the leading cases of Scottish dignities from the reign of King Charles I. till now. By Alexander Crawford 1882 Vol 1.

 

166 The Earldom of Mar in sunshine and in shade during five hundred years. With incidental notices of the leading cases of Scottish dignities from the reign of King Charles I. till now. By Alexander Crawford 1882 Vol 2.

167 A dictionary of the Scottish language : in which the words are explained in their different senses, authorized by the names of the writers by whom they are used, or the titles of the works in which they occur, and derived from their originals. By John Jamieson 1846.

168 Charters and other documents relating to the city of Edinburgh. A.D.1143-1540. By Sir David Warwick 1871.

169 Diary of Sir Archibald Johnston, Lord Wariston. 1639, The preservation of the honours of Scotland, 1651-52, Lord Mar's Legacies, 1722-27, Letters concerning Highland affairs in the 18th century. By Anne Mac Vicar Grant 1896.

170 Charters and documents relating to the burgh of Peebles, with extracts from the records of the burgh. A. D. 1165-1710 1872.

171 Extracts from the Council register of the burgh of Aberdeen 1871. Some text is faded but legible.

172 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine April to September 1817 Vol 1.

173 Miscellany of the Scottish Burgh Record Society. By David James Marwick 1881.

174 Revenue of the Scottish crown, 1681. By Sir William Purves 1897.

175 A critical inquiry into the Scottish language: with the view of illustrating the rise and progress of civilisations in Scotland. By Francisque Xavier Michel 1882.

176 Two Scottish soldiers, a soldier of 1688 and Blenheim, a soldier of the American Revolution, and A Jacobite laird and his forbears. By James Ferguson 1888

177 The court book of the barony of Urie in Kincardineshire 1604-1747.1892.

178 The diary of the Reverend John Mill, minister of the parishes of Dunrossness, Sandwick and Cunningsburgh in Shetland, 1740-1803.By John Mill 1889.

179 Register of the minister, elders, and deacons of the Christian congregation of St. Andrews, comprising the proceedings of the Kirk session and of the Court of the Superintendent of Fife, Fothrik, and Strathearn. 1559-1600 by David Hay 1889.1ST part.

180 Register of the minister, elders, and deacons of the Christian congregation of St. Andrews, comprising the proceedings of the Kirk session and of the Court of the Superintendent of Fife, Fothrik, and Strathearn. 1559-1600 by David Hay 1889.Vol 4.

181 Scottish history & life. By James Paton 1902.

182 A sketch of Scottish industrial and social history in the 18th and 19th centuries. By Amelia Hutchison Stirling 1906.

183 Traits and stories of the Scottish people. By Charles Rogers 1867.

184 The Celtic Magazine: a Monthly Periodical devoted to the Literature, History, Antiquities, Folklore, Traditions, and the Social and Material Interests of the Celt at home and abroad by Alexander Mackenzie and Alexander McGregor 1876.VOL 1

185 The Celtic Magazine: a Monthly Periodical devoted to the Literature, History, Antiquities, Folklore, Traditions, and the Social and Material Interests of the Celt at home and abroad by Alexander Mackenzie1877.VOL II

186 The Celtic Magazine: a Monthly Periodical devoted to the Literature, History, Antiquities, Folklore, Traditions, and the Social and Material Interests of the Celt at home and abroad by Alexander Mackenzie1878.VOL III

187 The Celtic Magazine: a Monthly Periodical devoted to the Literature, History, Antiquities, Folklore, Traditions, and the Social and Material Interests of the Celt at home and abroad by Alexander Mackenzie1879.VOL IV

188 The Celtic Magazine: a Monthly Periodical devoted to the Literature, History, Antiquities, Folklore, Traditions, and the Social and Material Interests of the Celt at home and abroad by Alexander Mackenzie1880.VOL V

189 The Celtic Magazine: a Monthly Periodical devoted to the Literature, History, Antiquities, Folklore, Traditions, and the Social and Material Interests of the Celt at home and abroad by Alexander Mackenzie1881.VOL VI

190 The Celtic Magazine: a Monthly Periodical devoted to the Literature, History, Antiquities, Folklore, Traditions, and the Social and Material Interests of the Celt at home and abroad by Alexander Mackenzie1882.VOL VII

191 The Celtic Magazine: a Monthly Periodical devoted to the Literature, History, Antiquities, Folklore, Traditions, and the Social and Material Interests of the Celt at home and abroad by Alexander Mackenzie1883.VOL VIII

192 The Celtic Magazine: a Monthly Periodical devoted to the Literature, History, Antiquities, Folklore, Traditions, and the Social and Material Interests of the Celt at home and abroad by Alexander Mackenzie1884.VOL IX

193 The Celtic Magazine: a Monthly Periodical devoted to the Literature, History, Antiquities, Folklore, Traditions, and the Social and Material Interests of the Celt at home and abroad by Alexander Mackenzie1885.VOL X

194 The Celtic Magazine: a Monthly Periodical devoted to the Literature, History, Antiquities, Folklore, Traditions, and the Social and Material Interests of the Celt at home and abroad by Alexander Mackenzie1886.VOL XI

195 The Celtic Magazine: a Monthly Periodical devoted to the Literature, History, Antiquities, Folklore, Traditions, and the Social and Material Interests of the Celt at home and abroad by Alexander Mackenzie1887.VOL XII

196 The Celtic Magazine: a Monthly Periodical devoted to the Literature, History, Antiquities, Folklore, Traditions, and the Social and Material Interests of the Celt at home and abroad by Alexander MacBain 1888.VOL XIII.

197 Tytler's History of Scotland : with illustrative notes from recently discovered State documents, and a continuation of the history, from the Union of the Crowns to the present time, including an account of the social and industrial progress of the people; also an essay on Scottish ecclesiastical history 1873-1877. By Patrick Fraser Tytler.

198 Condition of the Border at the union: Destruction of the Graham clan. By John Graham 1907.

199 Publications of the Scottish History Society: Diary of George Ridpath, minister of Stitchel, 1755-1761. By George Ridpath 1922.

200 The West of Scotland in history: being brief notes concerning events, family traditions, topography, and institutions. By Joseph Irving 1885.

201 A short history of the Scottish people. By Donald MacMillan 1911.

202 A history of the Scottish people. By Rev Thomas Thomson 1895.Vol 1.

203 A history of the Scottish people. By Rev Thomas Thomson 1895.Vol 2.

204 A history of the Scottish people. By Rev Thomas Thomson 1895.Vol 3.

205 A history of the Scottish people. By Rev Thomas Thomson 1895.Vol 4.

206 A history of the Scottish people. By Rev Thomas Thomson 1895.Vol 5.

207 A history of the Scottish people. By Rev Thomas Thomson 1895.Vol 6.

208 The ballads and songs of Scotland, in view of their influence on the character of the people. By John Clark Murray 1874.

209 The Norse influence on Celtic Scotland. By George Henderson 1910.

210 Celtic Scotland: a History of Ancient Alban by William F Skene -VOL I History and Ethnology 1876.

211 Celtic Scotland: a History of Ancient Alban by William F Skene -VOL II Church and Culture 1877.

212 Celtic Scotland: a History of Ancient Alban by William F Skene -VOL III Land and People1880.

213 The Scottish Celtic review 1881.

214 The Celtic monthly: a magazine for Highlanders. By John MacKay 1894.Vol 1.

215 The Celtic monthly: a magazine for Highlanders. By John MacKay 1894.Vol 2.

216 The Celtic monthly: a magazine for Highlanders. By John MacKay 1895-6.Vol 4.

217 The Celtic monthly: a magazine for Highlanders. By John MacKay 1896-7.Vol 5.

218 The Celtic monthly: a magazine for Highlanders. By John MacKay 1897-8.Vol 6.

219 The Celtic monthly: a magazine for Highlanders. By John MacKay 1898-1900.Vol 7.

220 The Celtic monthly: a magazine for Highlanders. By John MacKay 1898-1900.Vol 8

221 The Celtic and Scandinavian antiquities of Shetland. By Gilbert Gouldie 1904.

222 The Celtic church in Scotland; being an introduction to the history of the Christian church in Scotland down to the death of Saint Margaret. By John Dowden 1894.

223 Donald McLeod's Gloomy memories in the Highlands of Scotland: versus Mrs. Harriet Beecher Stowe's Sunny memories in (England) a foreign land, or, A faithful picture of the extirpation of the Celtic race from the Highlands of Scotland 1892.

224 Scotland in pagan times; the Iron Age. By Joseph Anderson 1883.

225 Celtic Gleanings or notices of the History and Literature of the Scottish Gael in four lectures by Rev Thomas Mclaughlan 1857

226 The Celtic annual: year book of Dundee Highland Society: (Branch of An Comunn Gaidhealach).1912.

227 The Celtic annual: year book of Dundee Highland Society: (Branch of An Comunn Gaidhealach).1916.

228 The Celtic annual: year book of Dundee Highland Society: (Branch of An Comunn Gaidhealach).1918/19.

229 The Celtic lyre. A collection of Gaelic songs with English translations. By Henry Whyte 1885.

230 Celtic researches, on the origin, traditions & language, of the ancient Britons: with some introductory sketches, on primitive society. By Edward Davies 1804.

231 Minor poems, and translations, in verse: from admired compositions of the ancient Celtic bards: with the Gaelic, and illustrative notes. By Robert Munro 1869.

232 The Scottish Gael or Celtic Manners as preserved amongst the Highlanders by James Logan 1876 VOL I.

233 The Scottish Gael or Celtic Manners as preserved amongst the Highlanders by James Logan 1876 VOL II.

234 Celtic dialects: Gaelic, Brythonic, Pictish, and some Stirlingshire place-names: paper read before the Gaelic Society of Stirling, March 31st, 1903. By Thomas Donald MacDonald 1903.

235 Elements of Gaelic Grammar: in four parts. By Alexander Stewart 1886.

236 History of the Scottish nation by J A Wylie 1886 Vol 1.

237 History of the Scottish nation by J A Wylie 1886 Vol 2.

238 History of the Scottish nation by J A Wylie 1886 Vol 3.

239 The new statistical account of Scotland.1845.

240 History of the Rebellions in Scotland: Under the Marquis of Montrose, and Others, from 1638 Till 1660. By Robert 
Chambers 1828 Vol 1.

241 History of the Rebellions in Scotland: Under the Marquis of Montrose, and Others, from 1638 Till 1660. By Robert

Chambers 1828 Vol 2.

242 Montrose. By Walter Mowbray Morris 1892.
243 Montrose, a history. By John Buchan 1928.

244 Our ancestors, Scots, Piets, & Cymry, and what their traditions tell us. By Robert Craig MacLagan 1913.

245 Travels in England, Scotland, and the Hebrides; : undertaken for the purpose of examining the state of the arts, the sciences, natural history and manners, in Great Britain: containing mineralogical descriptions of the country round Newcastle; of the mountains of Derbyshire; of the environs of Edinburgh, Glasgow, Perth, and St. Andrews; of Inverary, and other parts of Argyllshire; and of the cave of Fingal. In two volumes with plates. By B Faujas Saint-Fond 1799 Vol 1.

246 Travels in England, Scotland, and the Hebrides; : undertaken for the purpose of examining the state of the arts, the sciences, natural history and manners, in Great Britain: containing mineralogical descriptions of the country round Newcastle; of the mountains of Derbyshire; of the environs of Edinburgh, Glasgow, Perth, and St. Andrews; of Inverary, and other parts of Argyllshire; and of the cave of Fingal. In two volumes with plates. By B Faujas Saint-Fond 1799 Vol 2.

247 An ode on the popular superstitions of the Highlands of Scotland; considered as the subject of poetry. By William Collins 1789.

248 A collection of Gaelic proverbs and familiar phrases: based on Macintosh's collection. By Donald MacIntosh 1881.

249 Macdonald bards from mediaeval times. By K N MacDonald 1900.

250 Scottish Gaelic as a specific subject 1907.

251 Reports of cases decided in the supreme courts of Scotland. By W H Dunbar and Henry Beveridge 1842.

252 The songs of the Gael: a collection of Gaelic songs. By Lachlan MacBean 1890.

253 The Caledonian songster; a selection of choice Scottish songs. By John Glen 1805.

254 The Laird of Logan, Or, Anecdotes and Tales Illustrative of the Wit and Humour of Scotland. By John Donald Carrick 1889.

255 Scottish proverbs. With an introductory essay. By William Henderson 1832.

256 Early Scottish ballads. By William Motherwell 1864.

257 Etchings illustrative of Scottish character and scenery. By Walter Geike 1885.

258 Song and scenery; or, a summer ramble in Scotland. By James C Moffat 1874.

259 A general view of the coal trade of Scotland, chiefly that of the river Forth and Mid-Lothian. By Robert Bald 1812.

260 The Scottish historical review Vol I

LOCAL HISTORY NAMELY COUNTIES AND TOWNS

261 Studies in the topography of Galloway; being a list of nearly 4000 names of places, with remarks on their origin and meaning, and an introductory essay. By Sir Herbert Maxwell 1887.

262 Aberdeenshire. By Alexander Mackie 1911.

263 Antiquarian Gleanings from Aberdeenshire Records.By Gavin Turreff 1859.

264 A New History of Aberdeenshire. By Alexander Smith 1875.

265A Aberdeen journal notes and queries Vol 1 1908.

265B Aberdeen journal notes and queries Vol 2 1908.

265C Aberdeen journal notes and queries Vol 3 1910.

265D Aberdeen journal notes and queries Vol 6 1913.

266 The Statistical account of Aberdeenshire. By W Blackwood Edinburg 1843.

267 Records of the Sheriff Court of Aberdeenshire. By David Littlejohn 1904 Vol 1.

268 Records of the Sheriff Court of Aberdeenshire. By David Littlejohn 1904 Vol 2.

269 Records of the Sheriff Court of Aberdeenshire. By David Littlejohn 1904 Vol 3.

270 The place names of West Aberdeenshire. By James MacDonald 1899.

271 My father, an Aberdeenshire minister, 1812-1891. By William Robertson Nicoll 1910.

272 Past and present of Aberdeenshire; or, Reminiscences of seventy years. By William Paul 1881.

273 The Tyries of Drumkilbo, Perthshire: Dunnideer, Aberdeenshire; and Lunan, Forfarshire. By Andrew Tyrie.

274 A general view of the agriculture of Aberdeenshire. By George Skene Keith 1811.

275 On some antiquities in the neighbourhood of Dunecht house, Aberdeenshire. By George Forrest Brown 1921.

276 Scottish Folk-lore, or, Reminiscences of Aberdeenshire from pinafore to gown 1895. By Duncan Anderson.

277 Celtic place-names in Aberdeenshire: with a vocabulary of Gaelic words not in dictionaries; the meaning and etymology of the Gaelic names of places in Aberdeenshire; written for the Committee of the Carnegie Trust. By John Milne 1912.

278 Illustrations of the topography and antiquities of the shires of Aberdeen and Banff. By Joseph Robertson Vol 2 1847.

279 Illustrations of the topography and antiquities of the shires of Aberdeen and Banff. By Joseph Robertson Vol 3 1847.

280 The Thanage of Fermartyn, including the district commonly called Formartine, its proprietors, with genealogical deductions; its parishes, ministers, Churches, churchyards, antiquities, etc. By William Temple 1894.

281 A concise bibliography of the history, topography, and institutions of the shires of Aberdeen, Banff, and Kincardine. By James Fowler Johnstone 1914.

282 History of the parish of Banchory-Devenick. By John Alexander Henderson 1890.

283 Braemar, its topography and natural history. By James M Crombie 1861.

284 The West Elgin Election 1899.

285 The Book of Deer. Edited for the Spalding Club by John Stuart 1869.

286 Forfarshire. By Easton Smith Valentine 1912.

287 Historic scenes in Forfarshire. By William Marshall 1875.

288 Angus or Forfarshire, the land and people, descriptive and historical. By Alexander J Warden 1880 Vol 1.

289 Angus or Forfarshire, the land and people, descriptive and historical. By Alexander J Warden 1880 Vol 2.

290 Angus or Forfarshire, the land and people, descriptive and historical. By Alexander J Warden 1880 Vol 3.

291 Angus or Forfarshire, the land and people, descriptive and historical. By Alexander J Warden 1880 Vol 4.

292 Angus or Forfarshire, the land and people, descriptive and historical. By Alexander J Warden 1880 Vol 5.

293 In the by-ways of life: a series of sketches of Forfarshire characters. By J S Neish 1881.

294 General view of the agriculture of the county of Angus, or Forfarshire. By James Headrick.1813.

295 A memoir of Alexander, bishop of Brechin with a brief notice of his brother the Rev George Hay Forbes 1875.

296 Arbroath and its abbey, or, the early history of the town and abbey of Aberbrothock, including notices of ecclesiastical and other antiquities in the surrounding district. By David Miller 1860.

297 The baronage of Angus and Mearns, comprising the genealogy of three hundred and sixty families, being a guide to the tourist and heraldic artist. By David McGregor Peter 1856.

298 Bibliography of Arbroath periodical literature and political broadsides. By James M M’Bain 1889.

299 Catalogue of the Brechin Diocesan Library, deposited at the Chapter House, Brechin: 1869.

300 Eminent Arbroathians: being sketches historical, genealogical, and biographical, 1178-1894. By James M M’Bain 1897.

301 Historical and descriptive guide to the abbey of Aberbrothock. By Charles S Lawson 1868.

302 Historical guide, Brechin and neighbourhood. By Walter Coutts1889.

303 History of Arbroath to the Present Time: With Notices of the Civil and Ecclesiastical Affairs of the surrounding district. By George Hay 1876.

304 History of the parish and burgh of Laurencekirk. By William Ruxton Fraser 1880.
305 A Legend of Montrose. By Sir Walter Scott 1830.

306 Life of George Gleig bishop of Brechin. By William Walker 1878.

307 Memoirs of the most renowned James Graham, Marquis of Montrose. With an appendix, containing many curious papers. By George Wishart 1756.

308 Memorials of Peter Smith. Born, Brechin, Scotland, Sept. 21, 1802. Died, Andover, Mass., July 6, 1880. Peter Smith 1881.

309 The history of Brechin. By David Dakers Black 1867.

310 The History of Montrose. By David Mitchell.

311 The Trial of Margaret Tindal, Alias Shuttleworth, for the Murder of her Husband, Henry Shuttleworth, Vintner, Montrose, at Perth, on the 19th day of September, 1821.

312 Argyllshire and Buteshire. By Peter MacNair 1914.

313 Rules of the Argyllshire Gathering 1872.

314 Netherlorn, Argyllshire and its neighbourhood. By Patrick Hunter Gillies 1909.

315 Argyllshire galleys, some typical examples from tomb slabs and crosses. By Lord Archibald Campbell 1906.

316 History of the 91st Princess Louise's Argyllshire Highlanders, Now the 1st Battalion Princess Louise’s Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. By John Percy Groves 1894.

317 Records of Argyll; legends traditions, and recollections of Argyllshire Highlanders, collected chiefly from the Gaelic, with notes on the antiquity of the dress, clan colours, or tartans, of the Highlanders. By Lord Archibald Campbell 1885.

318 Autumns in Argyleshire with rod & gun. By A E Hardy Gathorne 1900.

319 The games & diversions of Argyllshire. By Robert Craig MacLagan 1901.

320 The Perth incident of 1396 from a folk-lore point of view. By Robert Craig MacLagan 1905.

321 The Lairds of Glenlyon: historical sketches relating to the districts of Appin, Glenlyon, and Breadalbane. By Duncan Campbell 1886.

322 The charters of the Priory of Beauly, with notices of the priories of Pluscardine and Ardchattan and of the family of the founder, John Byset. By Edmund Chisholm Batten 1877.

323 The merits of the case: Being an address by Dr. M' Kay, of Dunoon, to his parishioners, in the year 1840 with an original appendix, illustrative of the progress of the controversy since 1840. By M Mackay 1844.

324 The Antiquities of Arran: With a Historical Sketch of the Island, Embracing an Account of the Sudrejar under the Norsemen. By John McArthur 1873.

325 Summer in the Hebrides: Sketches in Colonsay and Oronsay. By Frances Murray 1887.

326 Iona. by George Douglas Campbell (Duke of Argyll) 1871.

327 Iona. By William Lindsay Alexander 1799.

328 Iona and the Ionians 1857. By William Craig Maxwell.

329 Iona, the Sacred Isle. By Robert Jaffray 1907.

330 An historical account of the ancient Culdees of Iona, and of their settlements in Scotland, England, and Ireland. By John Jamieson 1890.

331 Mackay's complete tourists' guide to Oban and vicinity: walks around Oban, and tours to Staffa, Iona, Glencoe, Loch Awe, Ben Cruachan, Ben Nevis, etc. By Alexander Mailer Faichney 1899.

332 History of the Island of Mull embracing description, climate, geology, flora, fauna, antiquities, folk lore, superstitions, traditions, with an account of its inhabitants, together with a narrative of Iona, the sacred isle. By J P MacLean 1923.

333 A Tour through the Highlands of Scotland, and the Hebride Isles in 1786. By John Knox 1787.

334 Ayrshire: its history and historic families. By William Robertson 1908 Vol 1.

335 Ayrshire: its history and historic families. By William Robertson 1908 Vol 2.

336 Ayrshire. By John Foster 1910.

337 Tales and Traditions of Ayrshire and Galloway. By Andrew Glass 1873.

338 A history of the Ayrshire yeomanry cavalry. By William Samuel Cooper 1881.

339 Annals of Ayr in the olden time, 1560-1692. By John Pagan 1897.

340 Annals of the Parish: and The Ayrshire legatees, Volume 1. By John Galt 1895.

341 Annals of the Parish: and The Ayrshire legatees, Volume 2. By John Galt 1895.

342 Historical and descriptive accounts of the Castles and mansions of Ayrshire. By Alexander Hastie Millar 1885.

343 Historic Ayrshire. By William Robertson 1891

344 History of the county of Ayr: with a genealogical account of the families of Ayrshire. By James Paterson 1847.

345 History of the counties of Ayr and Wigton. By James Paterson 1866 Vol 3.

346 The history of Old Cumnock. By John Warrick 1899.

347 In Ayrshire; a descriptive picture of the County of Ayr, with relative notes on interesting local subjects, chiefly derived during a recent personal tour. By William Scott Douglas 1874.

348 Muniments of the Royal Burgh of Irvine 1890.

349 Rambles round Kilmarnock: with an introductory sketch of the town. By Archibald Adamson 1875.

350 A South Ayrshire parish: being articles on the history of the parish of Dailly. By George Turnbull 1908.

351 The Glasgow and Ayr and Glasgow and Greenock Railway Companion: Containing a Description of the Railroads,with
notices of the towns, villages, antiquities, noblemen and gentlemen's seats in the vicinity; of the memorable events which 
have taken place in, and the celebrated characters who have been connected with, the districts which they intersect.
By John Warden.1841.

352 The history of Kilmarnock. By Archibald McKay 1858.

353 Topographical description of Ayrshire, more particularly of Cunninghame, together with a genealogical account of the principal families in that Bailiwick. By George Robertson 1820.

354 East Lothian. By Thomas Scott Muir 1915.

355 Rural rhymes and sketches in East Lothian. By Samuel Mucklebackit 1885.

356 An Old Kirk Chronicle: Being a History of Auldhame, Tyninghame, and Whitekirk in East Lothian. By Peter Hately Waddell 1893.

357 Reminiscences of the royal burgh of Haddington and old East Lothian agriculturists. By John Martine 1883.

358 Charters and Writs Concerning the Royal Burgh of Haddington 1318-1543 1895.

359 The records of a Scottish cloth manufactory at New Mills, Haddingtonshire, 1681-1703. By William Scott 1905.

360 Musselburgh directory and year book 1903.

361 History of the Regality of Musselburgh: with numerous extracts from the town records. By James Paterson 1857.

362 Reminiscences connected chiefly with Inveresk and Musselburgh and sketches of family histories. By William Henry Langhorne 1893.

363 Inveresk parish lore from pagan times. By R M Stirling 1894.

364 Sketches of Tranent in the olden time. By J Sands 1881.

365 Prestonpans and Vicinity: Historical, Ecclesiastical and Traditional. By P McNeill 1902.

366 The history of Dunbar, from the earliest records to the present time. By James Miller 1859.

367 Directory of greater Berwick, including Berwick, West Berwick, North Berwick, and Nescopeck: containing, besides, an up-to-date residence and home directory and much local information 1912.

368 The fringes of Fife. By John Geddie.

369 A bibliography of works relating to Dunfermline and the West of Fife. By Erskine Beveridge 1901.

370 A history of Fife and Kinross. By J G MacKay 1896.

371 Lives of eminent men of Fife. By James Bruce 1846.

372 An account of the contested election in the county of Fife, 1847.

373 Fisher life; or, the memorials of Cellardyke and the Fife coast. By George Gurley 1879.

374 Historical antiquities of Fife, chiefly ecclesiastical, connected with some of its districts. By James W Taylor 1875 Vol 1.

375 Historical antiquities of Fife, chiefly ecclesiastical, connected with some of its districts. By James W Taylor 1875 Vol 2.

376 The history, ancient and modern, of the sheriffdoms of Fife and Kinross. By Robert Sibbald 1803.

377 A descriptive and historical gazetteer of the counties of Fife, Kinross and Clackmannan. By M Barbieri 1857.

378 An Historical Account of St. Monance Fife-shire, Ancient and Modern. By John Jack 1844.

379 Biographical Dictionary of Eminent Men of Fife: Natives of the County, Or Connected with it. By M F Conolly 1866.

380 History of the county of Fife: from the earliest period to the present time. By John M Leighton 1840 Vol 1.

381 History of the county of Fife: from the earliest period to the present time. By John M Leighton 1840 Vol 2.

382 History of the county of Fife: from the earliest period to the present time. By John M Leighton 1840 Vol 3.

383 City development, a study of parks, gardens and culture-institutes, a report to the Carnegie Dunfermline trust. By Patrick Geddes 1904.

384 The journal of a tour to the Hebrides, with Samuel Johnson, LL.D.; containing some poetical pieces by Dr. Johnson, relative to the tour, and never before published; a series of his conversation, literary anecdotes and opinions of men and books; with an authentic account of the distresses and escapes of the grandson of King James II in the year 1746. By James Boswell 1852.

385 Antiquarian notes, historical, genealogical, and social; second series: Inverness-shire, parish by parish. By Charles Fraser Mackintosh 1897.

386 A history of the county of Inverness. By James Cameron Lees 1897.

387 A concise bibliography of the printed & ms. material on the history, topography & institutions of the Burgh, Parish and shire of Inverness. By P J Anderson 1917.

388 Black's shilling guide to the Trosachs: Loch Catrine, Loch Lomond, and central touring district of Scotland; including itineraries of the Great Highland routes to Glencoe and Fort William, Loch Awe and Oban, Taymouth and Aberfeldy 1853.

389 A holiday in North Uist, a lecture. By William Carmichael MacIntosh 1865.

390 A visit to Edinburgh: containing a description of the principal curiosities and public buildings in the Scottish metropolis. By Sophia S Simpson 1818.

391 A summer in Skye. By Alexander Smith 1866.

392 Kincardineshire 1921. By George H Kinnear.

393 Kincardineshire traditions. By Joseph Grant 1830.

394 History of the Orkney Islands. By George Barry 1805.

395 Kirkcudbrightshire and Wigtownshire. By William Learmouth 1920

396 Minute book kept by the war committee of the Covenanters in the stewartry of Kircudbright. By J Nicholson 1855.

397 The history of Galloway, from the earliest period to the present time. By William Mackenzie 1841 Vol 1.

398 The history of Galloway, from the earliest period to the present time. By William Mackenzie 1841 Vol 2.

399 Lanarkshire. By Frederick Mort 1910.

400 The Statistical Account of Lanarkshire 1841.

401 The upper ward of Lanarkshire described and delineated. By George Vere Irving 1864 Vol 1.

402 The upper ward of Lanarkshire described and delineated. By George Vere Irving 1864 Vol 2.

403 The upper ward of Lanarkshire described and delineated. By George Vere Irving 1864 Vol 3.

404 Runs with the Lanarkshire & Renfrewshire Fox-Hounds, and other sporting incidents. By James Stringhalt 1874.

405 Centenary and Jubilee Celebrations: East Kilbride United Presbyterian Church 1891.

406 Descriptions of the Sheriffdoms of Lanark and Renfrew, compiled about 1831. By William Hamilton.

407 Statistical account of Peebles-shire. By the Ministers of the respective parishes 1841.

408 Peebles and Selkirk. By George C Pringle 1914.

409 Perthshire. By Peter McNair 1912.

410 Sketches of Perthshire. By Patrick Graham 1812.

411 Perthshire in bygone days; one hundred biographical essays. By Peter R Drummond 1879.

412 A Military History of Perthshire. By Katharine Marjory Stewart-Murray Atholl (Duchess of), Jane C. C. MacDonald 1908.

413 Culross and Tulliallan: Or, Perthshire on Forth 1885. By David Beveridge.

414 Illustrations of the history and antiquities of Perthshire. By Robert Scott Fittis 1874.

415 Woods, forests, and estates of Perthshire: with sketches of the principal families in the county. By Thomas Hunter 1883.

416 Sketch of a Tour in the Highlands of Scotland, through Perthshire. By Larkin 1819.

417 Records of the 90th Regiment, (Perthshire Light Infantry): With Roll of Officers from 1795 to 1880. By Alexander Marin Delavoye 1880. Page 108 missing

418 Reminiscences in the life and labours of Dugald Buchannan, former teacher and evangelist of Rannoch Perthshire, with his spiritual songs and an English version of them. By the Rev S Sinclair 1875.

419 The Presbytery of Perth: or, Memoirs of the members, ministers of the several parishes within the bounds, from the Reformation to the present time. By John Wilson 1860.

420 Perth: its annals and its archives. By David Peacock 1849.

421 The Episcopal history of Perth, 1689-1894. By George T Farquhar 1894.

422 The Ancient Capital of Scotland: The Story of Perth from the Invasion of Agricola to the Passing of the Reform Bill. By Samuel Cowan 1904.Vol 1.

423 The Ancient Capital of Scotland: The Story of Perth from the Invasion of Agricola to the Passing of the Reform Bill. By Samuel Cowan 1904.Vol 2.

424 The book of Perth: an illustration of the moral and ecclesiastical state of Scotland before and after the Reformation. By John Parker Lawson 1847.

425 Literature in Perth with a bibliography of local interest. By A R Urquhart 1906.

426 Life of the Rev. John Milne of Perth 1870. By Horatius Bonar 1870.

427 Notes on old Edinburgh. By Isabella L Bird 1869.

428 The Chronicle of Perth; a register of remarkable occurrences, chiefly connected with that city, from the year 1210 to 1668. 1831.

429 Strathmore: past and present: being topographical, ecclesiastical, and historical sketches of the parishes in the centre of Strathmore: with particular notices of the abbey of Cupar and the priory of Rostinoth. By J G McPherson 1885.

430 Crieff: 1881.By Duncan MaCara.

431 The annals of Auchterarder and memorials of Strathearn by Alexander George Reid 1899.

432 The history of Blairgowrie (town, parish, and district): being an account of the origin and progress of the Burgh from the earliest period, with a description of the antiquities, topography, civil history, ecclesiastical and parochial records, institutions, public works, manufactures, legends, sports, statistics, and biographical sketches of eminent persons. By John A R MacDonald 1899.

433 A description of the beauties of Edinample and Lochearnhead 1876. By Angus McDiarmid 1899.

434 Renfrewshire. By Frederick Mort 1919.

435 The Renfrewshire Annual 1842.

436 The Renfrewshire Magazine 1847.

437 Selections from the judicial records of Renfrewshire: illustrative of the administration of the laws in the County, and 
manners and condition of the inhabitants, in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. By William Hector 1876 Vol 1.
438 Selections from the Judicial Records of Renfrewshire: Illustrative of the Administration of the illustrative of the
administration of the laws in the county, and manners and condition of the inhabitants, in the seventeenth and eighteenth
centuries. By William Hector 1878 Vol 2.
439 Historical and Descriptive Sketches of the Towns and Principal Villages in the Upper Ward of Renfrewshire. By 1832-1833.
440 A history of Paisley, 600-1908. By William Musham Metcalfe 1909.

441 The history of Paisley, from the Roman period down to 1884. By Robert Brown 1886 Vol 1.

442 The history of Paisley, from the Roman period down to 1884. By Robert Brown 1886 Vol 2.

443 The history of the Paisley Grammar School, from its foundation in 1576: of the Paisley Grammar School and Academy and of the other town’s schools with some notices of subjects relating to the history of the town of Paisley. By Robert Brown 1875.

444 The Paisley shawl and the men who produced it; a record of an interesting epoch in the history of the town. By Matthew Blair 1904.

445 Records of the county of Baniff, 1660-1760, one hundred years of county government. By James Grant 1922.

446 Collections for a history of the Shires of Aberdeen and Banff. Vol. 2-5. Illustrations of the topography and antiquities of the Shires of Aberdeen and Banff. By Joseph Robertson 1843.

447A history of Banff and familiar account of its inhabitants and belongings; to which are added chronicles of the old churchyard of Banff. By James Imlach 1868.

448 A history of Aberdeen and Banff. By William Watt 1900.

449 A pictorial and descriptive guide to Aberdeen, Deeside, Donside, Strathspey, Cruden Bay, Huntly, Banff, Elgin, etc 1914.

450 Report on education in the parochial schools of the counties of Aberdeen, Banff and Moray addressed to the trustees of the Dick bequest. By Simon Somerville Laurie 1865.

451 Mieldenvold, the student; or, the pilgrimage through Northumberland, Durham, Berwickshire, and the adjacent counties. By Frederick Sheldon 1843.

452 An Old Berwickshire Town: History of the Town and Parish of Greenlaw, from the earliest times to the present day. By Robert Gibson 1905.

453 Is higher farming a remedy for lower prices? Being the substance of a lecture delivered before the East Berwickshire agricultural association, on Saturday, May 3, 1879. By John Bennett Bart Lawes 1879.

454 The Isle of Bute in the olden time, with illustrations, maps, and plans. By James King Hewison 1893 Vol 1.

455 The Isle of Bute in the olden time: with illustrations, maps, and plans. By James King Hewison 1893 Vol 2.

456 Caithness and Sutherland. By Hugh Fraser Campbell 1920.

457 Ancient History of Orkney, Caithness, & the North. By Thormodus Torfeus 1866.

458 Parish registers of Canisbay (Caithness) 1652-1666. By D Beaton 1914.

459 The history of the province of Cat (Caithness and Sutherland. By Angus MacKay 1914.

460 The Sheriffdom of Clackmannan; a sketch of its history with lists of sheriffs and excerpts from the records of court, compiled from public documents and other authorities, with prefatory notes on the office of sheriff in Scotland, his powers and duties. By James Wallace 1890.

461 Lothian's annual register for the County of Clackmannan 1877.

462 Reminiscences of Dollar, Tillicoultry and other districts adjoining the Ochils: With Notes on progress, scientific discovery and invention of new spinning machinery during the last one hundred years. By William Gibson 1883.

463 MacNeur and Bryden’s guide and directory to Helensburgh and neighbourhood 1875.

464 The book of Dumbartonshire: a history of the county, burghs, parishes, and lands, memoirs of families, and notices of industries carried on in the Lennox district. By Joseph Irving 1879 Vol 1.

465 The book of Dumbartonshire: a history of the county, burghs, parishes, and lands, memoirs of families, and notices of industries carried on in the Lennox district. By Joseph Irving 1879 Vol 2.

466 The book of Dumbartonshire: a history of the county, burghs, parishes, and lands, memoirs of families, and notices of industries carried on in the Lennox district. By Joseph Irving 1879 Vol 3.

467 Dumbartonshire. By Frederick Mort 1920.

468 A history of Dumfries and Galloway. By Herbert Maxwell 1896.

469 Closeburn (Dumfriesshire): Reminiscent, Historic and Traditional 1901. By Robert M F Watson.

470 Glencairn (Dumfriesshire); the annals of an Inland Parish. By John Corrie 1910.

471 Upper Annandale: its history and traditions. By Agnes Marchbank 1901.

472 History of Moffat: with frequent notices of Moffatdale and Annandale. By William Robertson Turnbull 1871.

473 Edinburgh and the Lothians. By Francis Watt 1912.

474 Edinburgh. By Robert Louis Stevenson 1912.

475 Edinburgh merchants and merchandise in old times 1859.

476 Memories of two cities, Edinburgh and Aberdeen. By David Masson 1911.

477 University of Edinburgh journal 1925.

478 Chambers' Edinburgh journal 1832. By William Chambers.

479 Edinburgh past and present. By James B Gillies 1886.

480 Traditions of Edinburgh. By Robert Chambers 1912.

481 Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine 1850.

482 A History of Moray and Nairn. By Charles Rampini 1897.

483 The History of the Province of Moray. By Lachlan Shaw 1882. Vol 1.

484 The History of the Province of Moray. By Lachlan Shaw 1882. Vol 2.

485 The History of the Province of Moray. By Lachlan Shaw 1882. Vol 3.

486 Excursion to the Orkney Islands. By Jacob Abbott 1860.

487 Description of the Islands of Orkney and Zetland. By Robert Monteith 1845.

488 Gairloch in North-west Ross-shire: Its Records, Traditions, Inhabitants, and Natural History. By John Henry Dickson 1886.

489 Old Ross-shire and Scotland, as seen in the Tain and Balnagown documents. By William McGill 1909.

490 Scenes and legends of the north of Scotland; or, the traditional history of Cromarty. By Hugh Miller 1878.

491 The history and antiquities of Roxburghshire and adjacent districts. By Alexander Jeffrey 1855 Vol 1.

492 The history and antiquities of Roxburghshire and adjacent districts. By Alexander Jeffrey 1855 Vol 2.

493 The history and antiquities of Roxburghshire and adjacent districts. By Alexander Jeffrey 1855 Vol 3.

494 The history and antiquities of Roxburghshire and adjacent districts. By Alexander Jeffrey 1855 Vol 4.

495 Upper Teviotdale and the Scotts of Buccleuch, a local family history. By J Rutherford Oliver 1887.

496 A history of the border counties: Roxburgh, Selkirk, Peebles. By George C Douglas 1899.

497 A description of the Shetland Islands: comprising an account of their scenery, antiquities and superstitions. By Samuel Hibbert-Ware 1891.

498 A tour through some of the islands of Orkney and Shetland, with a view chiefly to objects of natural history, but including also occasional remarks on the state of the inhabitants, their husbandry, and fisheries. By Patrick Neill 1806.

499 Guide to the Highlands and islands of Scotland including Orkney and Zetland, descriptive of their scenery, statistics, antiquities, and natural history. Containing also directions for visiting the Lowlands of Scotland, with descriptive notices, and maps. By George Anderson 1850.

500 Sibbald's History & Description of Stirlingshire Ancient and Modern. By Robert Sibbald 1707.

501 The history of Stirlingshire. By William Nimmo Vol 1 1880.

501A The history of Stirlingshire. By William Nimmo Vol 2 1880

502 The place names of Stirlingshire. By James Brown Johnston 1904.

503 The Stirlingshire (burgh and county) directory, with which are included Doune, Dunblane, Callander, & c 1886.

504 Extracts from the Records of the Royal Burgh of Stirling 1889.

505 The Stirling guildry book. Extracts from the records of the merchant guild of Stirling 1592-1846.1916.

506 Linlithgowshire 1912. By Thomas Scott Muir.

507 The History of Glasgow. By John M’Ure 1830.

508 History of Glasgow. By Robert Renwick 1921 Vol 1.

509 History of Glasgow. By Robert Renwick 1921 Vol 2.

510 History of Glasgow. By Robert Renwick 1921 Vol 3.

511 The History of Glasgow. By George McGregor 1881.

512 Glasgow and its clubs 1857. By John Strang.

513 Sketch of the history of Glasgow. By James Pagan 1847.

514 Burgh records of the city of Glasgow. By John Smith 1832.

515 Old Glasgow the place and the people. By Andrew MacGeorge 1880.

516 Moral Statistics of Glasgow in 1863. By a Sabbath School Teacher 1864.

517 Glasgow Streets and Places: Notes and Memoranda. By Benjamin Taylor 1899.

518 Historical description of the town of Dundee. By Charles Mackie 1836.

519 The compt buik of David Wedderburne, merchant of Dundee, 1587-1630. Together with the Shipping lists of Dundee, 1580-1618. By David Wedderburne 1898.

520 The History of Dundee, from Its Origin to the Present Time: With a Copious Appendix, including a statistical account of the parish and town for the year 1792.

520A St Mary's of Old Montrose, Or, Parish of Maryton. By William Ruxton Fraser 1896.

                                             

THE SCOTTISH ABROAD.

521 Records of the Scottish settlers in the River Plate and their churches. By James Dodds 1897.

522 The Scot in America. By Peter Ross 1896.

523 The Scot in British North America. By W J Rattray 1880-84 Vol 1.

524 The Scot in British North America. By W J Rattray 1880-84 Vol 2.

525 The Scot in British North America. By W J Rattray 1880-84 Vol 3.

526 The Scot in British North America. By W J Rattray 1880-84 Vol 4.

527 The Scot in America, and the Ulster Scot: being the substance of addresses before the Edinburgh Philosophical Institution, 1st November 1911, and the Presbyterian Historical Society, Belfast, 28th March 1912. By Whitelaw Reid 1912.

528 An historical account of the settlements of Scotch Highlanders in America prior to the peace of 1783: together with notices of Highland regiments and biographical sketches. By J P MacLean 1900.

529 The Scots in Germany: being a contribution towards the history of the Scots abroad. By Ernst Ludwig Fischer 1902.

530 The Scots in Sweden; being a contribution towards the history of the Scot abroad. By Ernst Ludwig Fischer 1907.

531 The Scots in eastern and western Prussia; a sequel to "The Scots in Germany, a contribution towards the history of the Scot abroad". By Ernst Ludwig Fischer 1903.

532 The Scot abroad. By John Hill Burton 1900.

533 A Short account of the emigration from the highlands of Scotland to North America: and the establishment of the Catholic diocese of Upper Canada: with an appendix. By Alexander MacDonell 1839.

534 Observations on the present state of the Highlands of Scotland: with a view of the causes and probable consequences of emigration. By Thomas Douglas 1806.

535 An inquiry into the causes and effects of emigration from the Highlands and western islands of Scotland: with observations on the means to be employed for preventing it. By Alexander Irvine 1802.

536 Genuine narratives and concise memoirs of some of the most interesting exploits and singular adventures of J. M'Alpine, a native Highlander ; from the time of his emigration from Scotland to America, 1773 ... till December, 1779, to complain of his neglected services, and humbly to request government for reparation of his losses in the royal cause. By J McAlpine 1780.

537 Emigration to Canada: narrative of a voyage to Quebec, and journey from thence to New Lanark, in Upper Canada; detailing the hardships and difficulties which an emigrant has to encounter, before and after his settlement; with an account of the country as it regards its climate, soil, and the actual condition of its inhabitants. By John M’Donald 1822.

PEERAGE, BARONETAGE AND HERALDRY BOOKS

538 The Arms of the Scottish Bishoprics. By William Towers Lyon 1917

539 Scottish Heraldry made easy. By George Harvey Johnston 1912.

540 Scottish arms: being a collection of armorial bearings, A.D. 1370-1678, reproduced in facsimile from contemporary manuscripts, with heraldic and genealogical notes. By R R Stodart 1881 Vol 1.

541 Scottish arms: being a collection of armorial bearings, A.D. 1370-1678, reproduced in facsimile from contemporary manuscripts, with heraldic and genealogical notes. By R R Stodart 1881 Vol 2.

542 The law and practice of heraldry in Scotland. By George Seton 1863.

543 Heraldry in relation to Scottish history and art; being the Rhind lectures on archaeology for 1898. By James Balfour Paul 1900.

544 A system of heraldry, speculative and practical, with the true art of blazon, according to the most approved heralds in Europe: illustrated with suitable examples of armoria figures, and achievements of the most considerable surnames and families in Scotland, together with historical and genealogical memorials relative thereto. By Alexander Nisbet 1816 Vol 1.

545 A system of heraldry, speculative and practical, with the true art of blazon, according to the most approved heralds in Europe: illustrated with suitable examples of armoria figures, and achievements of the most considerable surnames and families in Scotland, together with historical and genealogical memorials relative thereto. By Alexander Nisbet 1816 Vol 2.

546 The heraldry of the Stewarts, with notes on all the males of the family, descriptions of the arms, plates and pedigrees. By George Harvey Johnston 1906.

547 The heraldry of the Campbells, with notes on all the males of the family, descriptions of the arms, plates and pedigrees. By George Harvey Johnston 1920 Vol 2.

548 The arms of the baronial and police burghs of Scotland. By J H Stevenson 1903.

549 The town council seals of Scotland; historical, legendary and heraldic. By Alexander Porteous 1906.

550 An ordinary of arms contained in the public register of all arms and bearings in Scotland. By James Balfour Paul 1893.

551 The peerage of Scotland : a complete view of the several orders of nobility, of that ancient kingdom; their descents, marriages, issue, and relations; their creations, armorial bearings, crests, supporters, mottos, chief seats, and the high offices they possess ... together with a list of the sixteen peers, from the union to 1767. By Edward Kimber 1767.

552 A collection of armorials of the County of Orkney: being drawings of armorial bearings from tombstones, wood carvings, seals &c., with extracts from the Lyon Registers, and genealogical notes compiled from public records and other sources. By Henry L Smith 1902.

553 The Scots peerage: founded on Wood's ed. of Sir Robert Douglas's Peerage of Scotland; containing an historical and genealogical account of the nobility of that kingdom. By James Balfour Paul 1904 Vol 1.

554 The Scots peerage: founded on Wood's ed. of Sir Robert Douglas's Peerage of Scotland; containing an historical and genealogical account of the nobility of that kingdom. By James Balfour Paul 1904 Vol 2.

555 The Scots peerage: founded on Wood's ed. of Sir Robert Douglas's Peerage of Scotland; containing an historical and genealogical account of the nobility of that kingdom. By James Balfour Paul 1904 Vol 3.

556 The Scots peerage: founded on Wood's ed. of Sir Robert Douglas's Peerage of Scotland; containing an historical and genealogical account of the nobility of that kingdom. By James Balfour Paul 1904 Vol 4.

557 The Scots peerage: founded on Wood's ed. of Sir Robert Douglas's Peerage of Scotland; containing an historical and genealogical account of the nobility of that kingdom. By James Balfour Paul 1904 Vol 5

558 The Scots peerage: founded on Wood's ed. of Sir Robert Douglas's Peerage of Scotland; containing an historical and genealogical account of the nobility of that kingdom. By James Balfour Paul 1904 Vol 6

559 The Scots peerage: founded on Wood's ed. of Sir Robert Douglas's Peerage of Scotland; containing an historical and genealogical account of the nobility of that kingdom. By James Balfour Paul 1904 Vol 7

560 The Scots peerage: founded on Wood's ed. of Sir Robert Douglas's Peerage of Scotland; containing an historical and genealogical account of the nobility of that kingdom. By James Balfour Paul 1904 Vol 8.

561 The Scots peerage: founded on Wood's ed. of Sir Robert Douglas's Peerage of Scotland; containing an historical and genealogical account of the nobility of that kingdom. By James Balfour Paul 1904 Vol 9.

562 The peerage of Scotland: containing an historical and genealogical account of the nobility of that kingdom. By George Crawfurd 1716.

563 Notes on Dignities in the Peerage of Scotland which are Dormant Or which have been forfeited. By William Oxenham Hewlett 1882.

564 The great historic families of Scotland. By James Taylor 1889 Vol 1.

565 The great historic families of Scotland. By James Taylor 1889 Vol 2.

566 The Peerage of Scotland and Ireland by John DeBrett Vol II 1808.

567 Kearsley’s Peerage of Scotland and Ireland 1809

568 The McGills Celts, Scots Ulster men and American pioneers. History, Heraldry and Tradition by Capt A McGill.1910.

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