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Milliken, W. E. "The garb of old Gaul." (Antiquary. London, 1881. sq. 8°. new series, v. 3, p. 159-164.) CA

Notes on the Highland regiments in the British army.

Mitchell, Dugald. A popular history of the Highlands and Gaelic Scotland, from the earliest times till the close of the 'Forty-five.' Paisley: Alexander Gardner, 1900. 15, 707 p., 3 maps, 1 pl. 8°. CP

Murdoch, John. The clan system. (Gaelic Society of Inverness. Transactions. Inverness, 1872. 8°. v. 1, p. 31-43.) NDO

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North, Charles Niven McIntyre. Leabhar Comunn nam Fior Ghaèl. The book of the Club of True Highlanders. A record of the dress, arms, customs, arts and science of the Highlanders. Compiled from printed and ms. records and traditions, and illustrated with etchings of Highland relics and the Keltic vestiges of Great Britain and Ireland. London: R. Smythson [preface dated 1892). 2 v. [2. ed., f°. CPE

Notices of the Highland dress and armour, collected from various sources, and arranged for the Transactions of the Iona Club. Collected by Donald Gregory and William F. Skene. (Iona Club. Transactions. Edinburgh [1847]. 8°. 25-52.)

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Persons, On the, dress, and manners of the Highlanders. By a late English traveller. (Literary magazine and American register. Philadelphia, 1807. 8°. v. 7 7, 277-281.) DD

Pinkerton, William. The Highland kilt and the old Irish dress. 1 pl. (Ulster journal of archæology. Belfast, 1858. sq. 8°. v. 6, p. 316-327.) ст

Present, The, conduct of the chieftains and proprietors of lands in the Highlands of Scotland, towards their clans and people, considered impartially. By a Highlander. [London?, 1773. 18 p. 2. ed. 8°.

CP 2 Ramsay, Sir James Henry. The 90th Regiment (Perthshire Volunteers - Light Infantry). 1794-1881. 1 pl. (In: A military history of Perthshire, 1660-1902. Perth, 1908. 4°. p. 89-99.) † VWZH

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Robertson, James Alexander. historical proofs respecting the Gael of Alban; or, Highlanders of Scotland, with short notices of the Highland clans; and a dissertation on the Gaelic topography of Scotland... Edinburgh: William P. Nimmo, 1866. xxviij 542 p., 1 map, 16 pl. 2. ed. 12°. CP See also Johnston, Thomas B., and JAMES ALEXANDER ROBERTSON.

Ross, Alexander. Highland dyes. (Scottish antiquary. Edinburgh, 1888. 8°. v. 1, СРА p. 10-12.)

Ross, Andrew. The constitution of the fencible regiments of the eighteenth century. (In: A military history of Perthshire, 1660-1902. Perth, 1908. 4°. p. 146147.) † VWZH The earl of Atholl's and MajorGeneral William Drummond's troop of horse, 1666-67. (In: A military history of Perthshire, 1660-1902. Perth, 1908. 4°. p. 1-7.) + VWZH

The historic succession of the Black Watch. 2 pl. (In: A military history of Perthshire, 1660-1902. Perth, 1908. 4°. p. 28-53.)

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John, Lord Murray's regiment of foot, afterwards known as the earl of Tullibardine's regiment. 1694-97. (In: A military history of Perthshire, 1660-1902. Perth, 1908. 4o. p. 23-27.) † VWZH

The King's Life Guard of Horse, 1678. (In: A military history of Perthshire, 1660-1902. Perth, 1908. 4°. p. 8-18.) + VWZH

The Perthshire militia of the seven

teenth and eighteenth centuries. 2 pl. (In: A military history of Perthshire, 1660-1902. Perth, 1908. 4°. p. 103-127.) † VWZH

Royal Company of Archers the first tartan uniform. 1 illus. (Scottish antiquary. Edinburgh, 1899. 8°. v. 13, p. 97101.) CPA

Scott, Sir Walter. Manners, customs and history of the Highlanders of Scotland. Historical account of the Clan Macgregor. Glasgow: Thomas D. Morison, 1893. x, (1)12-227 p. 12°. CPE

Scottish, The, clans and their tartans. New York: C. Scribner's Sons, 1893. 2 p.l., iv p., 3 1., 1 map, 96 pl. on 102 1. 3. ed. 24°. MMK


History and Description, continued.
Clan History (General), etc., continued.

New York: C. Scribner's Sons, n. d. vi p., 4 1., iv p., 1 map, 96 pl. 4. ed. 24°. CPE

Plates double-page, with text on one side.

New York: C. Scribner's Sons [190 ? viii p., 3 1., 96 pl., 1 map. 6. ed. 24°. CPE Edinburgh: W. & A. K. Johnston [1902]. 5 p.l., 96 pl., col'd, with letterpress. 8°. CPE Library edition.

Skene, William Forbes. The Highlanders of Scotland, their origin, history, and antiquities; with a sketch of their manners and customs, and an account of the clans into which they were divided, and of the state of society which existed among them. London: John Murray, 1837. 2 v. 8°.


Reviewed in Tait's Edinburgh magazine, v. 4, p. 531-532, Edinburgh, 1837; Edinburgh review, v. 66, p. 416-439, London, 1838.

Edited, with excursus and notes, by Alexander Macbain. Stirling: E. Mackay, 1902. 1 p.1., xviii p., 2 1., 427 p., 1 map, 1 port. 8°. CPE

Smibert, Thomas, editor. The clans of the Highlands of Scotland: being an account of their annals, separately & collectively, with delineations of their tartans, and family arms. Edinburgh: James Hogg, 1850. xii, (1)14-340 p., 62 pl. 8°. CPE Reviewed in Littell's Living age, v. 28, Boston, 1851 (from the Eclectic review, London).

Smythe, D.M., of Methven, joint author. See Tullibardine, Katharine Marjory Murray, marchioness of, and D. M. SMYTHE OF METHVEN.

Stewart, Maj.-Genl. David. Sketches of the character, manners, and present state of the Highlanders of Scotland, with details of the military service of the Highland regiments. Edinburgh: A. Constable & Co., 1825. 2 v. 3. ed. 8°.

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See notice of original edition in Blackwood's Edinburgh magazine, v. 11, p. 387-396, Edinburgh, 1822.

Stewart, Donald William. Old and rare Scottish tartans, with historical introduction and descriptive notices. Edinburgh: G. P. Johnston, 1893. viii p., 1 1., 61 p., 46 f., 45 tartans in cloth mounted. 4°. † CPE no. 36 of 250 copies on Dutch hand-made paper. This is the most trustworthy book on the subject. Story, Douglas. The clansmen of Scotland. 8 col'd pl. (Munsey's magazine. New York 1902. 8°. v. 27, p. 217-220.) * DA

The plates are after MacIan.

Stuart, John Sobieski Stolberg, assumed name of John Hay Allan, and CHARLES EDWARD STUART. The costume of the clans,

with observations upon the literature, arts, manufactures, and commerce of the Highlands and Western Isles during the middle ages; and on the influence of the 16th, 17th, and 18th centuries upon their present condition. Edinburgh: J. Menzies, 1845. 3 p.l., (i)iv-vi, lxiii, 171(1) p., 2 1., 36 pl. fo. Stuart 99

Lays of the deer forest, with sketches of olden and modern deer-hunting; traits of natural history in the forest; traditions of the clans; miscellaneous notes. Edinburgh: William Blackwood and Sons, 1848. 2 v. pl. 8°. MYR

Stuart, W. G. Strathspey raid to Elgin in 1820. (Gaelic Society of Inverness. Transactions. Inverness, 1899. 8°. v. 21, p. 37-56.) NDO

The last clan-rising in Scotland.

Supplement to the History of the feuds and conflicts of the clans. Extracted from a ms. written about 1656. Glasgow: J. Wylie & Co., 1818. 34 p. 12°. (Miscellanea Scotica. v. 2.) CP

Tullibardine, Katharine Marjory Murray, marchioness of. The Drummond or Perth Fencibles. (In: A military history of Perthshire, 1660-1902. Perth, 1908. 4°. 179-180.)

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The 84th Regiment of Foot, or Royal Highland Emigrants, Second Battalion. 1775-84. (In: A military history of Perthshire, 1660-1902. Perth, 1908. 4°. p. 68-69.) † VWZH The Fourth (or Breadalbane) Regiment of Fencible Men. 1793-1802. 1 pl. (In: A military history of Perthshire, 16601902. Perth, 1908. p. 148-167.) † VWZH Independent troops of horse. 168991. 1 pl. (In: A military history of Perthshire, 1660-1902. Perth, 1908. 4°. p. 19† VWZH




The 95th Regiment of Foot. 178083. (In: A military history of Perthshire, 1660-1902. Perth, 1908. 4°. p. 87-88.) † VWZH The 105th and 109th Regiments of Foot. 1761-64. (In: A military history of Perthshire, 1660-1902. Perth, 1908. 4°. p. 65-67.) + VWZH The 116th Regiment of Foot. 179495. 1 pl. (In: A military history of Perthshire, 1660-1902. Perth, 1908. 4°. p. 100102.) + VWZH The Perthshire Fencible Cavalry; or, Perthshire Fencible Light Dragoons. 1794-1800. (In: A military history of Perthshire, 1660-1902. Perth, 1908. p. 168175.) † VWZH The Perthshire Regiment of Fencibles. 1749-99. (In: A military history of Perthshire, 1660-1902. Perth, 1908. 4°. p. 176-178.) + VWZH

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Anderson, James. The ladies of the Covenant; memoirs of distinguished Scottish female characters, embracing the period of the Covenant and the persecution. Glasgow: Blackie & Son, 1852. 1 p.1., vxxxvi, 627 p., 16 pl. illus. 12°. Stuart 4180 Reviewed in Hogg's Instructor, new series, v. 7, p. 195-197, Edinburgh, 1851.

Glasgow: Blackie & Son, 1855. xxxvi, 627 p., 16 pl. illus. 12°. Stuart 4179 New York: Redfield, 1853. ZDVH

494 p. 2. ed. 12°.

Ladies of the Reformation. Memoirs of distinguished female_characters, belonging to the period of the Reformation in the sixteenth century... London:

Blackie & Son, 1857. xvi p., 1 1., 3-683 p., 12 pl. 12°. *R-SNE (In: The 8°. p. 1Stuart 7543

The martyrs of the Bass. Bass Rock... Edinburgh [1848. 382.)

Anderson, John, the younger. Sketches of the Edinburgh clergy of the Established Church of Scotland... [By John Anderson, jr. Edinburgh: J. Anderson, jr., 1832. viii, 111 p., 6 port. 8°.

Stuart 7880 Aberdonians

Anderson, Peter John. abroad. (Scottish notes and queries. Aberdeen, 1896. sq. 8°. v. 9, p. 81-82.) СРА "De Scoto-Aberdonensibus in Universitate Parisiensi," 16th and 17th centuries. Anderson, William. The popular Scottish biography, being lives of eminent natives of Scotland. Edinburgh: A. Fullarton & Co. [1842.] iv, 795 p., 2 pl., 8 port. 12°. Stuart 7881

The Scottish nation; or, The surnames, families, literature, honours, and biographical history of the people of Scotland. Edinburgh: A. Fullarton & Co., 1864. 3 v. 4°. *R-AGH Early Scottish saints. London, 1899. * DA

Barrett, Michael. (Dublin review. 124, p. 348-372.)



Based on the Brev. Aberdonensis, Acta Sanctorum, and Forbes, Kalendars of Scottish saints.

Behaviour, The, and character of Samuel Macpherson, Malcolm Macpherson, and Farquhar Shaw, the three Highland deserters, who were shot at the Tower, July the 18th, 1743... London: Printed, 1743. (Reprinted in: Gaelic Society of Inverness. Transactions. Inverness, 1875. 8°. v. 3, p. 154-166.) NDO

Biography, continued.

Collected Biography, continued.

Boece, Hector. Hectoris Boetii Murthlacensium et Aberdonensium episcoporum vitae, edited and translated by James Moir. Aberdeen: New Spalding Club, 1894. xvii p., 1 1., v, 6-210 p., 1 fac., 1 pl. 4°. (New Spalding Club.) † CP

Bourne, Henry Richard Fox. The Couttses of Edinburgh and London. 1 port. (In his: English merchants. London, 1866. 8°. v. 2, p. 120-147.) AB

Some merchants of Glasgow; especially Patrick Colquhoun, David Dale, and the Monteiths. (In his: English merchants... London, 1866. 8°. v. 2, p. 174210.) AB Branford, V. V. The patriotic historians of Scotland. (Macmillan's magazine. London, 1897. 8°. * DA v. 76, p. 268-278.) Lesley, Boece, Major, Buchanan, etc. Brunton, George, and DAVID HAIG. An historical account of the senators of the College of Justice, from its institution in MDXXXII. Edinburgh: T. Clark, 1832. xlviii, 567 p. 8°.


Carlyle, Thomas. Project of a national exhibition of Scottish portraits. (In_his: Critical and miscellaneous essays. ton, 1860. 8°. v. 4, p. 448-457.)

the state in Scotland, from the beginning of the reign of King David 1. to the union of the two kingdoms... To which is added, an appendix, containing several original papers relating to the lives, and referring to them. v. 1. Edinburgh: R. Fleming & Co., printers, 1726. 6 p.1., 480 p. f°. †† AGH

No more published.

Crockett, William Shillinglaw. The Scott originals; an account of notables and worthies, the originals of characters in the Waverley novels. London: T. N. Foulis, 1912. xvi, 431(1) p., 3 fac., 17 pl., 22 port. 8°. AN

Curwen, Henry. A history of booksellers, the old and the new. London: Chatto & Windus, 1873. 12°. *IIH

p. 110-158: Constable, Cadell, and Black; p. 199. 233: William Blackwood; p. 234-251: Chambers; p. 399-411: Thomas Nelson.

Dictionary of national biography. v. 163 with index to v. 1-14. Supplement, v. 1London, 1885-1901. 67 v. 8°. *R-AGH


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New York, 1903. vii, 1456 p. Errata. [Edited by Sidney Lee.] London, 1904. vi, 300 p. 8°.

Douglas, Sir George. The Blackwood group. New York: C. Scribner's Sons [1897). 158 p. 12°. (Famous Scots series.)


Dowden, John, bishop of Edinburgh. The bishops of Scotland, being notes on the lives of all the bishops, under each of the sees, prior to the Reformation, by the late Right Rev. John Dowden. Edited by J. M. Thomson. Glasgow: J. Maclehose and Sons, 1912. xxix, 472 p. 8°. ZLPK

Fox, John. The history touching the persecution in Scotland, with the names and causes of such blessed martyrs which in the same country suffered for the Truth, after the time of Patrick Hamilton. (In his: Ecclesiastical history: containing the acts and monuments of martyrs... London, 1684. f°. v. 2, p. 511-531.) ††ZDK

The cases recorded are: Sir John Borthwike (1540), Thomas Forret and others (1538), Robert Lambe and others in Perth (1543), George Wischart (1545), Adam Wallace (1550), Walter Mille (1558).

The account of the trial and execution of Wishart was written by John Knox and published in London in 1547 or 1548. It is therefore the earliest printed work of the Scottish reformer. But one copy only of the tract is known to exist. It was reprinted by Fox in 1564 in the work above mentioned, and again by Knox himself in his History of the Reformation (Works, ed. by Laing, v. 1, p. 149-171) because Fox's work was costly 'and rare to be had."

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Garden, Alexander. A theatre of Scottish worthies: and the lyf, doings, and deathe of William Elphinston, bishop of Aberdeen. [With preliminary notice by David Laing. Glasgow: privately printed, 1878. xvi, 201; xviii, 85 p., 3 fac., 1 pl., 1 port. sq. 8°. (Hunterian Club.) NCE

Gardner, Alexander. Some notable Scottish architects. (Royal Philosophical Society of Glasgow. Proceedings. Glasgow, 1908. 8°. v. 39, p. 73-91.)

teenth century, to the year revised... by a clergyman of the Church of Scotland: and enriched with a preface and notes by William M'Gavin. Glasgow: W. R. M'Phun, 1828. xlii, 597 p., port. illus. 8°. *R-AGH

The Scots worthies...who testified or suffered for the cause of Reformation in Scotland, from the beginning of the sixteenth century to the year 1688...revised, corrected, and enlarged by a clergyman of the Church of Scotland... With a preface and notes by William M'Gavin. Glasgow: W. R. M'Phun, 1835. 2 v. 8°. AGH

Irving, David. The lives of the Scotish poets; with preliminary dissertations, on the literary history of Scotland, and the EC early Scotish drama. Edinburgh: A. Law8°. AB rie, & Co., 1804. 2 v. The martyrs, heroes, and bards of the Scottish Covenant. New York: R. Carter & Brothers, 1853. 2 p.l., vii-viii, 9-264 p., 8 pl. 16°. ZDVH

Gilfillan, George.

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Graham, Henry Grey. A group of Scottish women. London: Methuen & Co. [1908. xvi, 343 p., 4 pl., 11 port. 8°. CP Contents: 1. Scotswomen of early times Dervorguilla (1213-1290). 2. Some Scottish amazons"Black Agnes of Dunbar" (1313-1369). 3. Jane, countess of Sutherland (1545-1629). 4. Elizabeth, duchess of Lauderdale (d. 1698). 5. Women of the Covenant. 6. Lady Grisell Baillie (1665-1746). Anne, duchess of Buccleuch and Monmouth (16511732). 8. Catherine, duchess of Queensberry (d. 1777). 9. Miss "Nicky" Murray (d. 1777). 10. Susannah, countess of Eglinton (d. 1780). 11. Mrs. Alison Cockburn (1713-1795). 12, 13. Elspeth Bu chan (1738-1796) Isobel Pagan (1741-1821). 14, 15. Jane, duchess of Gordon (1749-1812). 16. Lady Anne Barnard (1750-1825). 17. Mrs. Grant of Laggan (1755-1838). 18. Lady Louisa Stuart (1757-1851). 19. Miss Clementina Stirling Graham (1782-1877).

Scottish men of letters in the eighteenth century. London: A. & C. Black, 1908. xii, 441 p., 2 pl., 30 port. 8°. NDP


1. Dawn of literature: Allan Ramsay, Hamilton of Bangour, Robert Blair. 2. Early Scottish philosophy: Hutcheson, David Hume. 3. John Home. 4. Principal Robertson. 5. Adam Ferguson, Dr. Hugh Blair, William Wilkie, Dr. Blacklock. 6. Adam Smith. Literary judges: Lord Kames, Lord Monboddo, Lord Hailes. 8. James Boswell. 9. James Macpherson. 10. Dr. Thomas Reid, Dr. James Beattie. 11. Scottish men of letters in England: Mallet, Thomson, Smollet. 12. Women of letters: Lady Wardlaw, Lady Grisell Baillie, Mrs. Cockburn, Jean Elliot, Lady Anne Barnard, Lady Nairne. 13. Song writers: Skinner, Bruce, Fergusson. 14. Robert Burns. 15. Henry Mackenzie, Dugald Stewart, Close of the century.

Haig, David, joint author. See Brunton, George, and DAVID HAIG.

Harrower, John. Aberdeen alumni at other universities. Compiled by John Harrower. v. 1. Aberdeen: University Press, 1911. 4. (University of Aberdeen. Aberdeen University studies. no. 51.)


[v.] 1. .Oxford and Cambridge. Howie, John. Biographia Scoticana; or, A brief historical account of the most eminent Scots worthies...who testified or suffered for the cause of reformation in Scotland, from the beginning of the six

v. 1: A dissertation on the literary history of Scotland, A dissertation on the early Scotish drama. The life of Thomas Lermont. The life of John Barbour. The life of Andrew Winton. The life of King James the First. The life of Henry the Minstrel. Intermediate sketches. The life of Robert Henryson. The life of William Dunbar.

v. 2: The life of Gavin Douglas. The life of Sir David Lindsay. The life of John Bellenden, D.D. Intermediate sketches. The life of Sir Richard Maitland. The life of Alexander Scot. The life of Alexander Arbuthnot. The life of Alexander Montgomery. The life of King James the Sixth. The life of Allan Ramsay. The life of Alexander Ross. The life of Alexander Geddes. The life of Robert Fergusson. The life of Robert Burns.

Irving, Joseph. The book of Scotsmen eminent for achievements in arms and arts, church and state, law, legislation, and literature, commerce, science, travel, and philanthropy. Paisley: A. Gardner, 1881. ix, AGH 573(1) p. 8°.

Keddie, Henrietta, and JEAN L. WATSON. The songstresses of Scotland. By Sarah Tytler pseud. of Henrietta Keddie and J. L. Watson. London: Strahan and Co., 1871. 2 v. 12°. AGH

Knight, William. Some nineteenth century Scotsmen. Being personal recollections. Edinburgh: Oliphant, Anderson, & Ferrier, 1903. 456 p. 8°. AGH

Leighton, John. Scenes in Scotland, with historical illustrations, and biographical anecdotes. Glasgow: Richard Griffin & Co., 1831. xii, 168 p., 16 pl. 12°.


Livingstone, John. Memorable characteristics, and remarkable passages of divine providence, exemplified in the lives of some of the most eminent ministers and professors in the Church of Scotland, collected by J. Livingstone. (In: W. K. Tweedie, Select biographies... Edinburgh, 1845. 8°. v. 1, p. 293-348.) AGH

MacGregor, James, dean of Lismore. Short chronicle, being chiefly an obituary relating to the Highlands, and compiled early in the sixteenth century. Communi

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