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Catalogue 29: September 2020

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  1. Gaelic Names of Beasts (Mammalia), Birds, Fishes Insects, Reptiles, Etc. In Two Parts. 1. Gaelic -English -11. English -Gaelic. Part 1. Contains Gaelic Names or Terms for each of the above with English Meanings. Part II Contains all the English Names for which Gaelic is given in Part I, with Gaelic, Other English Names, Etymology, Celtic Lore, Prose, Poetry and Proverbs referring to each thereto attached. All now brought together for the first time by Alexander Robert Forbes Edinburgh (Formerly of Sleat, Skye). H.B. Published in 1905. 424 Pages. £65
  2. The Macleods Their History and Traditions by The Rev Canon R.C. Macleod of Macleod. H.B. Published in 1945. 169 Pages. £65
  3. Life of Robert Burns by John Stuart Blackie. H.B. Published in 1888. Six Chapters and Includes and Index and a Glossary. 183 Pages. £25
  4. Sword and Seed Basket. Passages in the Life of a Non Commissioned Officer by the Rev C.A. Mackenzie. H.B. Published in 1897. 15 Chapters, which includes Illustrations. 187 Pages. £30
  5. Gaelic Songs in Nova Scotia. Edited by Helen Creighton and Calum Macleod. With a new preface by Helen Creighton. P.B. Originally Published in 1964, this reprint is from 1979. 93 Songs with English Translations. 296 Pages which Includes a bibliography and Index. £25
  6. Scottish Gaelic Studies Vol I April 1926. Contents: A Pre Dalriadic Description of Argyll, Aber and Inver in Scotland, Unpublished Gaelic Poetry, Etymological Notes, The Language of the Fernaig Manuscripts, Ceann Ordaig, The River name “Tweed”. Review of Books. 112 Pages. Back cover has a tear. £20
  7. Scottish Gaelic Studies Vol II February 1928. Contents: The Life of St Columba, The Question of the Picts, Unpublished Gaelic Poetry, The Dumnoqueni Inscription at Yarrow and the Lociti Inscription at Whithorn, Some Terms of Old Scots Law. 238 Pages. £20
  8. Scottish Gaelic Studies Vol V September 1942. Contents: A Hiberno-Scottish Family, Geilt, The Mounth Roads, Varia, Some Thoughts on the Celtic Church in Scotland,Some Notes on the Dialect of Barra, The Late Francis C. Diack, The Late Prof J. Carmichael Watson. Book Reviews. 198 Pages. £20
  9.   Scottish Gaelic Studies Vol VII August 1953. Contents: The Scotic Curach, The Lost Literature of Celtic Scotland, Emblems of the Gael, Dr Stuart and the “Gilleserfs” of Clackmannan, Lexicopraphical Notes, Modern Scottish Gaelic Poetry, The Persistence of Gaelic in Galloway and Carrick. 208 Pages. £20
  10. Scottish Gaelic Studies Vol IX March 1962. Contents: McLagan Manuscript, The Royal Payment of Mackay’s Regiment, The Royal Irish Academy Text of Birlinn Chlann Raghnaill, On the Frequency of Norse Loanwords in Scottish Gaelic, Scottish Gaelic A Scandinavian Loan, Strathavon in Banffshire, Notes on some Noun initial Mutations in a Dialect of Scottish Gaelic, The Rev John Mackay’s Gaelic Sermons, Book Reviews. 215 Pages. £20
  11. Scottish Gaelic Studies. Vol XIII Autumn 1978. Contents: Notes on Hamish Robertson’s Studies in Carmichael’s Carmina Gadelica, The Gaelic Poems of Sir Duncan Campbell of Glenorchy, Poems by Maol Domhnaigh O’ muirgheasain, A Sixteenth Century Gaelic Letter, On Preposed Adverbials, Inter Dialectal Variations as an Area of Gaelic Linguistic Research, The Preservation of the Vocative in a dying Gaelic Dialect, Some Notes on An Aigeannaich, Chr Matras Studies on the Gaelic element in Faroese, An Irish manuscript in Scotland, Varia. Book Reviews. 143 Pages. £15
  12. Scottish Gaelic Studies. Vol XIV Winter 1983. Contents: Deirdire and Alexander Carmichael’s treatment of oral sources, Old Gaelic Poems from Aberdeenshire, The Gaelic Poems of Sir Duncan Campbell of Glenorchy (III) Gaelic Manuscripts in the Colin Campbell Collection, Loan words and initial mutations in a Gaelic dialect, East Sutherland’s Gaelic Dialect affinities: some new material. Book reviews. 142 Pages. £12
  13. Scottish Gaelic Studies Vol XIV Winter 1986. Contents: The Gaelic Academy, Oran Bron er Dearn Graunt. An early nineteenth century Skye song, The Sounds of Easter Ross Gaelic, Synthetic and Analytic; some comments on the Irish/Gaelic present/future, A Population Observed: Gaelic speakers in Rothesay and the Isle of Bute in 1834, Kirk Egerton’s Glossary, Some Anomalies in the Gaelic Dialects of Scotland and Canada, Scottish Gaelic Morair, Varia, Book Reviews. 160 Pages. £12
  14. Scottish Gaelic Studies Vol XV Spring 1988.Contents: The Atlas of Gaelic Dialects, On representation of Scottish Gaelic dialect phonetics, The Phonology of a Perthshire Idiolect, The Gaelic Noun, The vagaries of Scottish Gaelic Fathamas, An Irish Manuscript in Edinburgh University Library, The Gaelic Academy, Scotticisms in a manuscript in 1467, Robert Kirk’s Lament for his wife, Elech and the Scots in Strathclyde, Varia, Some further notes on C’ait an caidil an nighneag an nochd, Book Reviews. 164 Pages. £12
  15. Scottish Gaelic Studies Vol XVII Special Volume. Feill Sgribhinn do Ruairidh MacThomais. Contents: Dedication, List of Professor Thomson’s Publications, 38 different papers on a wide variety of subjects. Too many to list. 402 Pages. £15
  16. Scottish Gaelic Studies Vol XVIII Spring 1998. Contents: The Syllable in Scottish Gaelic Dialect Studies. A Hebridean Tale of Sir Gawain, The Language of the Scottish Chronicle and its European Context, A Group of Irish and Scottish Gaelic Songs, Caismeachd Ailean Nan Sop: Towards a Definitive Text, Place Names in the Comhachag and Other Similar Poems, Summary List of Items 488-576 in the Carmichael Watson Collection, Three Poems from County Cork in Praise of Bobbing John, Notes on Poems by Mac Mhaighstir Alasdair, Common Gaelic Basaire ‘Executioner’ Middle Scots Basaire ‘Executioner’. Easter Ross iad sa, Book Reviews. 204 Pages. £12
  17. Scottish Gaelic Studies Vol XX 2000. Contents: Alexander Carmichael and Clann Mhuirich, Social Control and Social Criticism: the Nineteenth Century comhradh, A Gaelic Polemic Quatrain from the reign of Alexander 1, Donnchadh Ban, An Darnacha Beum ann an Orain na Gaidhlig, Sir Walter Scott’s Gaelic Manuscript. Gaelic Sources for Ruaig Beinn Todhaig, Of Mar, Ceithri Primchenela Dail Riata, An Imaginary Viking Raid on Skye in 795? Fithil in Coir Anmann, Beagan mu’n Stad Ghlotasach ann an Gaidhlig Ceann a Deas Earraghaidheil, The phonological development of Scottish Gaelic uinneag ‘window; and related questions, Gaidhealtachd and Galldachd: some further notes, book reviews. 236 Pages. £12
  18. Highland Clans and tartans by RW Munro. An illustrated book which tells the story of the clans from their beginnings to the present day. H.B. With D/J Published in 1977. 7 Chapters, Index and Acknowledgements, includes 150 colour and black and white photographs. 128 Pages. £15
  19. The Scotch Whisky Book by Mark Skipworth. Contents: The Spirit of the Past, The Spirit of the Present, Enjoying Scotch Whisky, Whisky Galore, A Directory of Brands, Single Malts, Vatted Malts, Sandard Blends, De Luxe Blends. H.B. With D/J Published in 1987, this edition is from 1998. Illustrated with over 150 Colour and Black and White Photographs. 156 Pages. £8
  20. Sgoil a Bhac. Memories Through the Ages. H.B. Published in 2013. A Historical and Photographic record from 1878 to 2012 of Back Secondary and Primary School, Isle of Lewis. 25 Chapters in total which encapsulates all aspects of the school. 272 Pages. £10
  21. Warangian by Gordon B. Smith. The Journal of one man’s journey in a yacht which began in Lerwick taking him to Lisbon, Santa Cruz, Antilles, Balboa, Galapagos Islands, The Cook Islands, Tonga and New Zealand. P.B. Published in 1983. Twelve Chapters which includes photographs. 128 Pages. £8
  22. Highlands and Islands of Scotland. About Britain No 12. A new guide book with a portrait by Alastair M. Dunnett. H.B. With D/J Published in 1951. Contents: Portrait of Highlands and Islands, The Tours, Gazetteer and a list of Photographs. 92 Pages. £8
  23. Revivals in the Highlands by Angus MacGillivray. P.B. Published in 2016. Contents: Foreword, Author’s Preface, Introduction, Revivals of Religion, General Results, Illustrative Sketches, Concluding Remarks. 65 Pages. £6
  24. Stairway 13. The Story of the 1971 Ibrox Disaster by Paul Collier & Donald S. Taylor, with a foreword by George Best. P.B. Published in 2007. 12 Chapters and includes Notes and Appendices and a profile of all the Rangers signed players in 1970-71. 103 Pages. £6
  25. Ring of Truth by Dorothy Stewart. A novel set in Aberdeen in 1964 at the time of the typhoid epidemic. P.B. Published in 2018, the final volume in Stewart’s Mizpah Ring Trilogy. 293 Pages. £5
  26. Aberdeen In The 70s A Decade of Change. Edited by Raymond Anderson. A book of 400 images which shows Aberdeen during a decade that was indeed a change for the City. North Sea oil came ashore and the city adapted to the benefits and the challenges of being the oil capital of Europe. 192 Pages. £6
  27. Thugam agus Bhuam le Padruig Moireasdan. Sgeulachdan agus Orain air an taghadh agus air an deasachadh le Domhnall Eairsidh Domhnallach. 25 Sgeulachdan agus 14 Orain. Air fhoillseachadh an toiseach ann an 1977, air ath fhoillseachadh ann an 2007. 113 Duilleag. £8
  28. The Heart is Highland. Memories of a Childhood in a Scottish Glen by Maisie Steven. Second Edition. P.B. Originally Published in 2001, this reprint is from 2004. 12 Chapters which looks at each month of the year in a Scottish Glen. Includes Photographs. 164 Pages. £8
  29. Tocher Tales, Songs and Traditions Selected from the Archives of the School of Scottish Studies. Various Issues. No’s 22, 29, 30, 31, 33, 34, 35, 36 & 37 Which is the Tenth Anniversary Double Issue. 8 Issues in total. £25
  30. My Remarkable Journey. The Autobiography of Britain’s First Muslim MP. Mohammed Sarwar with Bob Wyllie. H.B With D/J Published in 2016. 15 Chapters, Bibliography and Index and includes photographs. 390 Pages. Signed by the Author. £6
  31. Scottish Traditional Tales. Edited by AJ Bruford and DA Macdonald. Contents include; Children’s Tales, Fortune Tales, Hero Tales, Trickster Tales, Other Cleverness, Stupidity and Nonsense, Fate, Morals and Religion, Origin and Didactic Legends, Legends of Ghosts and Evil Spirits, Legends of Fairies and Sea Folk, Legends of Witchcraft, Robbers, Archers and Clan Feuds, Select Bibliography, Notes, Index of Storytellers. P.B. Originally Published in 1994, This reprint is from 2014.488 Pages. £8
  32. Oceans of Time. The memoir of a happy go lucky seadog by David Share. This book is funny, frank, colourful and irreverent -and  aunique record from the golden era of shipping in the 1950’s and 60’s to the present day. P.B. Published in 2006. 279 Pages and includes many photographs. £8
  33. The Track of the Wild Otter by Hugh Miles. Drawings & Paintings by John Busby. P.B Originally Published in 1984, this reprint is from 1989. Eleven Chapters and drawings and includes Technical Notes. 160 Pages. £8
  34. Dun Charlabhaigh and the Hebridean Iron Age by Ian Armit & Noel Fojut. Booklet, printed in 1998. Contents: Dun Carloway in History and Legend, Brochs and the Scottish Iron Age, Dun Carloway Today, Beyond the Brochs, Other Sites to Visit, Further Reading. 32 Pages. £6
  35. The Islands of Western Scotland. The Inner and Outer Hebrides. by WH Murray. P.B. Published in 1973. 11 Chapters, Conclusion, Bibliography and Appendixes. 328 Pages. £8
  36. Blythswood Recipe Book. Compiled by Members of Lairg/Rogart/Rosehall Blythswood Support Committee. Contents: Soups & Starters, Chicken & Game, Beef & Pork, Sweets, Miscellaneous. A5 Size Publication with ring binding. 120 Pages. £8
  37. The King’s Friend. Norman “Tormod Sona” Macdonald by Rev Murdoch Campbell. Booklet, date of printing unknown. 48 Pages. £6
  38. Glasgow’s River by Brian D Osborne, Iain Quinn and Donald Robertson. P.B. Published in 1996. This book takes a trip down the River and look back at the ships, docks, yards and people of the Clyde. 144 Pages. £8
  39. The Prince Among the Heather. The most spellbinding book about Scotland ever written. By Eric Linklater. Photographs by Don Kelly. P.B Originally Published in 1976, this reprint is from 1987. The Flight of Bnnie Prince Charlie, this is the story of his flight, and of the wild beautiful country he claimed in vain as his birthright. 143 Pages. £5
  40. Trout Fishing in Lewis by Norman Macleod. Booklet, originally printed in 1977, this reprint is from 1985. A guide to brown trout fishing in Lewis. A list of all the lochs are given with directions to each Loch. Contains diagrams. 65 Pages. Slight tear in the spine. £8
  41. Diary 1851 by John Munro Mackenzie Chamberlain of the Lews. A month by month account is given throughout 1851, at the end it has documents, illustrations and a family tree. 167 Pages. £8
  42. Recipes and Housekeeping Tips from 1908. Published by the Kinloch Historical Society. A notebook with these recipes from 1908, was found in a house in Ballan, Lochs in 2004. Contents: Aknowledgements, Introduction, Annie Mackinnon, Conversion Tables, Basics, Soup, Fish, Meat, Desserts, Baking, Savouries, Housewife’s Corner. A5 Size Publication with ring binding. 105 Pages. £8
  43. Claire Macdonald’s Scottish Cookery. Booklet, date of printing 1998. Contents include; Cullen Skink, Poached Salmon, Cod with Mustard, Herrings in Oatmeal, Bread Sauce, Forfar Bridies,Lamb Collops, Stovies, Clootie Dumpling, Porridge, Butterscotch Tart, etc, etc. 28 Pages. £5
  44. The Burning Bush in Carloway. Its history and Revivals by Murdo Macaulay. Booklet, printed to commemorate 100 years of the Carloway Free Church Building. Contents: Introduction, Early Times, The Nineteenth Century, The Twentieth Century, Appendices. Printed in 1984, includes photographs. 57 Pages. £6
  45. Thine Eyes Shall See The King in His Beauty by Rev Murdo Macaulay. A booklet that came into existence as a result of the traumatic experience of the years of illness suffered by the the Author’s wife. P.B. Published in 1988. 76 Pages. £5
  46. Searmonan Leis An Urr U.B. MacNeacail Ministear An Eaglais Shaor. H.B. Air Fhoillseachadh ann an 1974. 35 Searmonan. 118 Duilleag. £6
  47. Walks in the Western Isles; Lewis, Harris, North Uist, South Uist & Barra. 34 Walks in total from Short Strolls to Long Hikes. Pocket Size Booklet. Printed in 2004. 34 Pages. £5
  48. Royal Road to the Isles. 150 Years of MacBrayne Shipping by Ian McCrorie. P.B. Published in the early 2000’s. 189 Pages. £8
  49. Portrona by Norman Malcolm Macdonald. A novel set by two events that are linked with the history of the Island of Lewis -the Muting of the Bounty in 1789 and the sinking of HMY Iolaire in 1919. P.B. Published in 2000. 231 Pages. £8
  50. Creach Mhor Nam iadh le Tormod Domhnallach. Dealbh Chluich mu Cogadh nan Croitearan ann a sgire na Loch ann an Leodhas ann an 1887. P.B. Air Fhoillseachadh ann an 1973. 80 Duilleag. £10
  51. Game on Lewis and Harris -Past and Present by David S.D. Jones. Booklet, printed in 2007. An illustrated booklet which looks at the changing wildlife of Lewis and Harris over the centuries as seen through estate and game records. 64 Pages which includes many photographs. £8
  52. Riot -The people’s insurrections of 1797 in Strathtay by John Prebble. Booklet, printed in 1975, this reprint is from 1996. Three Chapters. 34 Pages. £8
  53. History of the Villages of the Isle of Arran. By the SWRI Arran Federation. Booklet, this further revised update is from 2002. Contents: Brodick, Corrie and Sannox, Kildonan,Kilmory, Lamlash, Lochrana, Pirnmill, Shiskine, Whitting Bay. 69 Pages. £8
  54. Beauty for Ashes. A Brochure in memory of the late Miss Barbara and Miss Isabella Morton of 53 St Vincent Crescent Glasgow. Oroginally Printed in 1945, this reprint is from 2003. Contents: Preface, Introduction by the Rev D Maclean, Sketch of the lives of the Misses Morton, including letters of their godly aunt, Essays of “vital godliness” by the late Rev Jonathan R Anderson. 48 Pages. £6
  55. The Cook of Arran. In aid of Save the Children Fund. Contents: Starters, Fish, Main Course, Sweets, Savouries. Booklet, printed in 1987. 48 Pages. £6
  56. Hill Walking in Arran by Ronald L Meek. Routes up the main hills and ridges in the North of the Isle of Arran. Booklet, first printed in 1963, This Third Impression is from 1978. 63 Pages. £5
  57. Seventy Walks in Arran by R.D. Walton. Contents: Lochs and Lochans, Caves, Some Standing Stones and Cairns, Walks Along and Near the Shore, Inland Walks, Across the Island Walks. Booklet, printed in 1979. Third Printing. 60 Pages. £6
  58. ‘Fit Like the Skipper’ A Collection of North East tales and poems by Peter Buchan. P.B. Originally Published in 1985, this reprint is from 1989. 44 Tales and poems in total. 99 Pages. £6
  59. Your Scottish Heritage Clan Macleod. Compiled by Alan McNie. Booklet, originally printed in 1980, this revised reprint is from 1983. 34 Pages. £5
  60. Rare Breeds Facts and Figures. Published by the Rare Breeds Survival Trust. Contents: Cattle, Sheep, Pigs, Goats, Horses, Ponies, Acceptance Procedure, Priority List. Booklet, printed in 1994. 58 Pages. £6
  61. The New Gaelic English Dictionary by Derick S. Thomson. P.B. Published in 1981. 1st 210 Pages. £8
  62. Gaelic Dictionary -Faclair Gaidhlig. Gaelic -English English -Gaelic by Malcolm Maclennan. P.B. Originally Published in 1979, this reprint is from 2001. 613 Pages. £8
  63. Airidhanthuim School Cookery Book. A4 Size Publication with Ring Binding. Contents: Starters, Main Courses, Puddings, Baking, Weights & Measures. 66 Pages. £8
  64. Bragar School Recipes 2004. A5 Size Booklet. Contents: Traditional Recipe, Soups and Starters, Main Courses, Puddings, Cakes and Biscuits, Sweets, Play Dough, Conversion Charts. 51 Pages. £8
  65. Come Dine with Pudsey at Lews Castle College. A5 Size Publication. A booklet compiled to raise funds for the Children in Need Appeal in 2009. Contents: Soups & Starters, Main Courses, Desserts, Home Baking, Goodies, Hebridean Delicacies, Miscellaneous. 42 Pages. £6
  66. Mod Nan Eilean Siar 2011 Leabhar Cocaireachd. Contents include; Conversion Charts, Soups, Dips,Pates and salad, Vegetarian, Fish and Shellfish, Pork and Ham, Chicken, Pasta, Desserts, Home Baking, Traybakes and Biscuits, Confectionary, Breakfasts and Suppers, Drinks, Odds and Ends. A5 Size Publication with Ring Binding. 312 Pages. £8
  67. Lochs Cookery Collection. A4 Size Publication with Ring Binding. Printed in 1994. Contents: Conversion Tables, Soups & Starters, Fish Dishes, Meat Dishes, Poultry and Game Dish, Supper Dishes, Vegetarian, Puddings and Desserts, Chef’s Specialities, Cakes & Biscuits, Scones, Quick Bread & Yeast Bread, Miscellaneous, Handy Hints, Index. 143 Pages. £8
  68. Calvinistic Theology. An edited version of an address given at a meeting of the Lewis Branch of the Scottish Reformation Society on Friday 19 November 1993 by Rev George Macaskill, APC Minister, Stornoway. Booklet, 15 Pages. £5
  69. Finding out about Worship by James Clark Free Church of Scotland (Continuing) Booklet, 15 Pages. £5
  70. Air a Mhisean. A record of all those from Lewis and Harris who served as missionaries in the Free Church and Church of Scotland. Booklet, printed in 1998. Also, a photo of nearly all those named in the book. 51 Pages. £6
  71. Songs of the Spirit. The Place of Psalms in the Worship of God. Edited by Kenneth Stewart. P.B. Published in 2014. Ten Articles by different writers. 212 Pages. £5
  72. Mac Mhaighstir Alasdair The Ardnamurchan Years by Ronald Black. Booklet, printed in 1986. 43 Pages. £6
  73. Unsearchable Riches. Selected Sermons of Rev Donald Maclean, late Minister of St Jude’s Congregation of the Free Presbyterian Church of Scotland. Includes a Biographical Sketch of Mr Maclean. P.B. Published in 2013. 12 Sermons. 213 Pages. £6
  74. Harris and Lewis Outer Hebrides by Francis Thomson. H.B. With D/J Published in 1968, this reprint is from 1973. Contents: Ecology and Physical Environment, History, Communications,Agriculture and Fishing, Trade and Industry, The People, Stornoway, A Harris Vignette, The Other Islands, Island Life, Bibliography, Acknowledgements, Index. 221 Pages. Includes Photographs. £8
  75. St Martins and Cambusmichael. A Parochial Retrospect By Alexander Scott. Illustrated by D. Scott Murray. H.B. Published in 1911. Contents: Introduction, The Parish -A General Survey, Lands and Heritages, Antiquities, The Parish Churches and Ministers, A Laird of the Olden Days, Fragmentary. 99 Pages. £20
  76. Gairm Leabhar 1. H.B Copy of the first 4 issues of Gairm. Short Stories, Poetry, Profiles, photos and much more. £8
  77. Apostles of the North by Rev Norman C Macfarlane. Sketches of Some Highland Ministers. 17 Ministers are profiled in this book; John Macdonald, John Macrae, Alexander Stewart, Robert Finlayson, Alexander Macleod, Duncan Matheson, Roderick Macleod, Finlay Cook, Duncan MacGregor, Peter Maclean, Gustavus Aird, Donald Sage, Donald Macrae, Donald Murray, George Mackay,Lachlan Mackenzie, John Kennedy. H.B. Date of publishing unknown, possible late 1920’s early 30’s. 1st Edition (Scarce) £35
  78. Seanchaidh Na Traghad (The Story Teller of the Shore) Le Iain MacCormaic. H.B. With D/J Published in 1911. Contents: Sean Chuimhneachan air a Choire Ghlas, Am Briuthas Beag, B’iad sud na Laithean Sunndach, Gille Gibeach a Ghlinne Mhoir. 64 Duilleagan. £12
  79. The Church in the Highlands or the progress of evangelical religion in Gaelic Scotland, 563-1843 by John Mackay. H.B. Published in 1914. Contents: The Columban Celtic Church 563-1068, The Medieval Church, 1068-1560, The Reformed Church, 1560-1650, The Persecuted Church 1650-1701, The Declining Church, 1701 -1796, The Awakening Church, 1796-1843. 280 Pages. £35
  80. The Evangelical Movement in the Highlands of Scotland 1688-1800 by John Macinnes. H.B. Published in 1951. Contents: Militant Presbyterian Evangelicalism, Innes Divisions 1750-1800, Revival Movements in the Highlands 1688 -1800, Trends of Theological and Religious Thought, Missionaries, Catechists ‘Men’ Their Work and Evangelical Influence 1688-1800, Highland Schools and Schoolmasters, The Gaelic Religious Poets, Index of Personal Names. 299 Pages. £20
  81. The Celtic Annual 1912. Edited by Malcolm Macleod. H.B. 64 Pages, contains, Biographical Sketches, Sgeulachdan, Bardachd and many other articles in Gaelic and English. Also, includes a list of members and executive committee members of the Dundee Highland Society in 1912. £15
  82. The History of the Highland Clearances by Alexander Mackenzie. With a new Introduction by Ian Macpherson MP. H.B. Originally Published in 1883, this reprint is from 1966. Contents: Sutherland, Trial of Patrick Sellar, Ross Shire, Inverness Shire, The Hebrides, Argyllshire, Buteshire, Perthshire, Notable Dicta, Statistical Statement, Appendices. 286 Pages. £25
  83. The Tartan Pimpernel by Dr Donald Caskie. H.B. Published in 1957, this reprint is from 1961. Twenty Chapters and Illustrations. 270 Pages. A Presentation Copy signed by the Author. £12
  84.     Tales of Scottish Keeps & Castles by Elizabeth W. Grierson. With eight Illustrations in colour by Allan Stewart. H.B. Originally Published in 1928, this revised edition is from 1955. Nine Chapters. 215 Pages. £10
  85. Teagasg Nan Cosamhlachdan Leis An Urramach Domhnull Iain Martainn (Nach Maireann) A Bha na Mhinistear anns an Eaglasi Shaoir Aonaichte Ann a Steornabhagh agus ann an Oban. Air a dheasachadh leis an Urramach Calum Macillinnein. H.B. Air Fhoillseachadh ann an 1914. Cunntas air beatha an Urramach Martainn Le Calum Mac an Rothaich. 17 Searmonan uile gu leir. 197 Duilleagan. £15
  86. The Resurgence of Arminianism by Rev Kenneth A Macrae Free Church Minister, Stornoway. Booklet, date of printing unknown. Contents: The Doctrines of Arminianism, The Historical Aspect, A Fresh Start, The Faith Mission and the Lewis Revival, Conclusion. 32 Pages. £6
  87. The Psalms in Scots. Reprint of P. Hately Waddell’s The Psalms: Frae Hebrew Intil Scottis. First Published in 1871. Introduced by Graham Tulloch. P.B. Published in 1987. Contents: Preface, Introduction, Glossary, Psalms, Lilts or Kirk Sangs, Headins o’ Psalms, The Buik o’ Psalms, David and Goliath, Notice to the General Reader. 108 Pages. £6
  88. Memories of a Kenneth Street Boy by Allan Campbell. Booklet, printed circa late 1980’s early 1990’s. The Memories of a Boy growing up in the Police Station, Stornoway, Isle of Lews in the 1920’s and 1930’s. Ten Chapters, 44 Pages. £8
  89. Back Football Club. Golden Jubilee Souvenir Programme. 1933-1983. A season by season account of the club during these years which contains many photographs old and new. Booklet, 40 Pages. £8 (Very clean copy)
  90. Christian Women Compiled by Annie Morrison. The Christian Women from the Isle of Lewis profiled are: Catherine Mackay (Catriona Hangie), Gormelia Maclean (Goramal an Fhivig) Bean a Mhillion, Margaret Mackenzie (nee Maciver) Cailleach Tob 1870-1940. Jessie Maciver -Bean Aonghais Ruaidh, Flora Macdonald (Barvas), Margaret MacDiarmid -Mrs Mackay. Booklet, Date of printing circa early 2000’s. 36 Pages. £5
  91. Popular Tales of the West Highlands. Orally Collected. With a Translation by J.F. Campbell. Vol IV. Contents: Ossianic Controversy, British Tradition Prose and Poetry, Mythology, Highland Dress, Celtic Ornament, Etc. Etc. H.B. Published in 1862. Includes Illustrations. 480 Pages. £25
  92.            The Life of George Matheson by D. Macmillan. Popular Edition. H.B. Published in 1910. Contents: Early Years, Student Days, Recess Studies, Probation, Mathesons of Innellan, Authorship,Devotion and Poetry, Last Years at Innellan, The Edinburgh Ministry, Pastoral and Literary, Dr Matheson at Home, Last Years, Index. 369 Pages. £15
  93. An Laoidheadar. H.B. Published in 1935, Gaelic Hymns accompanied with the Music. 120 Hymns in total. 175 Pages. £10
  94. The Furrow Behind Me. The Autobiography of a Hebridean Crofter. Told By Angus MacLellan. Translated from the Gaelic by John Lorne Campbell. P.B. Published in 1997, this reprint is from 2002. 7 Chapters, Introduction, Chronology, Notes, Glossary of Agricultural Terms. 202 Pages. £5
  95. The Buildings of Scotland -Highlands and Islands Series by John Gifford. H.B. Published in 1992, this reprint is from 2003. Contents: Introduction, Highlands and Islands -All areas are covered in this book, Glossary, Index of Artists, Index of Places. Includes a number of plates. 683 Pages. £15
  96. Scottish Woollens. This volume is a reprint of a book published in 1956, that brought all newsletters from the company published from 1931- 1956 together in one volume. H.B. Published in 2016. Contents has 42 different chapters and includes a list of colour Illustrations and Black and White Plates at End of Volume. 279 Pages. £10
  97. Donald Dewar Ate My Hamster and other tales by Donald Dewar. H.B. With D/J Published in 1999. A selection of the author’s columns which first appeared in the Glasgow Herald. 160 Pages. £8
  98. The Martin O’ Neill Story by Anna Smith and David McCarthy. P.B. Published in 2001. 23 Chapters. Includes many photographs. 167 Pages. £5
  99. McGinn of the Calton by Matt McGinn. The Life and Works of Matt McGinn 1928-1977. P.B. Published in 1987.Contents: Foreword, Introduction, Autobiography, Songs and Poems, Stories, Bibliography, Discography, Epilogue. 203 Pages. £8
  100. Tales of the North Coast. Alan Temperley and the pupils of Farr Secondary School. Foreword by James Scotland. In this collection of fifty eight tales, Alan Temperley and the pupils of Farr Secondary School have built a memorial to the great tradition of Highland story telling. H.B. With D/J Published in 1977, this is a second edition from 1977. 252 Pages. £10
  101. Peterhead Porridge by James Crosbie. Tales from the funny side of Scotland’s Most Notorious Prison. P.B. Originally Published in 2007, this reprint is from 2014. 30 Chapters and Epilogue. 273 Pages. £5
  102. Maxwell’s Ghost. An Epilogue to Gavin Maxwell’s Camusfearna by Richard Frere. With decorations by Robin McEwan. P.B. Originally Published in 1976, this reprint is from 1994. 18 Chapters, 253 Pages. £6
  103. The Next Horizon Memories of a Hebridean Skipper. By Ewen Nicholson with Allan Henderson. The author’s life story from his upbringing in Grimsay, North Uist to his life at sea. P.B. Published in 2012. 12 Chapters. 152 Pages. £6
  104. The Hebrides Revival and Awakening 1949-1953. A Short History. Compiled by Alex Dunn. 4th Revision and 13th P.B. Date of Publishing Unknown. The most detailed history ever written about the Awakening and gives a year by year account of the Revival. 67 Pages. £8
  105. Sa Bhuth s’an Tac an Teine le Cairistiona Stone. P.B. Air Fhoillseachadh ann an 2016. 41 Sgeulachd Goirid. 142 Duilleag. £6
  106. The Sacrament of Baptism by Rev John Colquhoun Glendale, Isle of Skye. Booklet, date of printing unknown. 41 Pages. £10 (Scarce)
  107. Mochtar is Dughall. Dan fada a sgriobhadh mu dheireadh a Chogaidh (1939-45) anns an Eadailt. With a partial English translation by the Author. Le Deorsa Caimbeul Hay. P.B. Air fhoillseachadh ann an 1982. 63 Duilleagan. £6
  108. The Teampull on the Isle of Pabbay by Bill Lawson. A Harris Church in its Historical Setting. Booklet, printed in 1994, Thirteen Chapters, 44 Pages. £6
  109. Winchman by Chris Murray. A Life on the Wire. This is the life story of Chris Murray. As a Winchman on Search and Rescue Helicopters, for 22 years he was involved in the rescue of many people from the seas and mountains around the Western Isles and the north of Scotland. P.B. Published in 2013. 10 Chapters. 183 Pages and includes many photographs. Signed by the Author. £8
  110.      Island Pilot -Captain Alan Whitfield. The authr developed inter island air services in the Shetlands from the late 60’s. In this Second Edition of Island Pilot, Alan also records the end of Loganair’s 37 yaer tenure on services to the offshore islands of Shetland, while adding insights to his flying career in Canada, Cumbria, The Western Isles and with Perthshire based Strathair. P.B. Published in 2007, 13 Chapters and 3 Appendices. 132 Pages. £8
  111. Orain Chaluim. Being the poems of Malcolm Macaskill bard of Berneray, Harris. Edited by Alick Morrison. H.B. With D/J Date of Publishing Unknown. Includes a biography of the Bard. 25 of his poems are included in this book with notes. 81 Pages. £8
  112. Western Highlands by Arthur Gardner. Illustrated by 300 Photographs mostly by the Author. Second Edition, revised. H.B This reprint is from 1948. Contents: Preface, Introduction, The South West, Ballachulish, glencoe and Ben Nevis, Ardgour, Sunart and Ardnamurchan, The Western Coasts and Channels, The Western Glens, The Wilds of Ross and Sutherland, The Far North, The Isle of Skye, Mull and Iona, The Hills of Arran, Index. H.B. Boards show signs of dampness but no sign in any of the pages. 106 Pages. £20
  113. The Highland Campaign of 1653-1655. Scots Royalists and Cromwell’s Pax Anglica by G.D. Richardson. Presidential Address to Inverness Field Club by G.D. Richardson on 21st March 1990. Booklet, printed in 1996. 22 Pages. £6
  114. The Story of Errol Station by John Beech. The story of the station and the people who worked there and the role which the station has played in social history. Booklet, printed in 1993. 53 Pages. £6
  115. Centenary of Castle Street, Church of Scotland, Dingwall. Booklet, printed in the early 2000’s. A detailed history of the church and includes a biography of all the Minister’s who have served the congregation. Includes photographs. 28 Pages. £6
  116. Speed Bonny Boat. The Story of Caledonian MacBrayne Ltd. Under Scottish Transport Group, 1969-1990 by John Whittle. Booklet, printed in 1990. 48 Pages. £6
  117. The Scottish Clearances. A History of the Dispossed by T.M. Devine. P.B. Published in 2019. The book is in three Parts, and includes Maps, Tables, Illustrations and Abbreviations, Includes a Bibliography. 463 Pages. £5
  118. Gille Nan Cochall Chraiceann and other tales by K.C. Craig. Sgialachdan Gailig a Chruinnich Iain Og Ille. Booklet, air fhoillseachadh ann an 1955. 54 Duilleagan. £10
  119. A History of the Parish of Kirk Arbory and its Church at St Columba. Booklet, printed in 1989. 36 Pages. £6
  120. Martyrs Glendale and the Revolution in Skye by Roger Hutchison. P.B. Published in 2015. 10 Chapters, Bibliography, Endnotes, Epilogue. 204 Pages. £6
  121. Farmer in the Western Isles by David Mackenzie. With a foreword by Dr F. Fraser Darling. H.B. Published in 1954. Ex Library. Contents: Foreword, Author’s Foreword, Introducing our Farm, Background and History, Farm Buildings & Equipment, Crops on Our Farm, Stock on Or Farm -Hill Sheep, Cattle on the Hills, The Unsubsidized Hill Goat, Land Reclamation and poultry, The Dogs our Only Employees, Legal Aspects of Island farming, Labour and Finance, A Way of Life, The Long Term Outlook, Epilogue for Would be Immigrants, Recommended Reading, Index. 208 Pages. £12. Includes Photographs.
  122. Celtic Scared Landscapes by Nigel Pennick. With 64 Illustrations. P.B. Originally Published in 1996, this reprint is from 2000. 12 Chapters, Bibliography and Index. 224 Pages. £8
  123. Hot Foot Through the Highlands by Alan Plowright. Contents: Deeside to Loch Lomond, The West Highland Way, Ben Nevis, the Great Glen and Glen Shiel, Wester Ross and Sutherland, The North Coast. P.B. Published in 1997. 242 Pages. £8
  124. Rugby Partnership John Rutherford & Roy Laidlaw. By Norman Mair. Foreword by HRH The Princess Royal. H.B. With D/J Published in 1988. 12 Chapters, Statistics, and photographs. Signed by Rutherford and Laidlaw.176 Pages. £8
  125. A Curlew in the Foreground by Philip Coxon. An RSPB Warden’s Summer on North Uist. H.B. Published in 1988. 227 Pages and Photographs. £10
  126. To The Ends of the Earth. Scotland’s Global Diaspora, 1750-2010 by T.M. Devine. P.B. 2nd Edition 2012. 13 Chapters, Afterword, Notes, Bibliography of Secondary Texts and Index. 397 Pages. £6
  127. Orkney Spirit. Food Journeys with Liz Ashworth. Images by Selena Kuzman. Artwork and Design by Selena S. Kuzman. P.B. Published in 2010, 30 Chapters. £8
  128. Bess in my Bonnet by Angus MacVicar. A biography with a mixture of wit and wisdom and looks back at the author’s early life on the Mull of Kintyre and North Uist. H.B. With D/J Originally Published in 1982, this reprint is from 2007. Ten Chapters, 182 Pages which includes photographs. £6
  129. The Lord of the Isles and A Voyage to the Hebrides by Sir Walter Scott. Edited by George Eyre-Todd, Illustrated by J.W. and John Carey. H.B. Date of Publishing Unknown. 363 Pages. £15
  130. To The Edge. Confessions of a Lifeboat Coxswain by Tommy Ralston. P.B. Published in 1996. Seven Chapters. Ralston describes many of the adventures he experiences during his career as a lifeboatman -a career which spanned over 34 years on the stormy West Coast of Scotland. 180 Pages, which includes photographs. £8
  131. The Western Islands Handbook. Covers Barra, South Uist, Benbecula, North Uist, Harris, Lewis, St Kilda, Skye, Raasay, Canna, Eigg, Muck, Mull, Iona, Tiree, Coll, Colonsay, Islay, Jura, Gigha. By David Perrott. P.B. Published in 1995, originally published as ‘Guide to the Western Islands of Scotland’ 160 Pages. Includes Maps and Photographs. £6
  132. Iona By the Very Rev Principal Story. Pamphlet, printed in 1904. 15 Pages. £10
  133. Land Assessment in Scotland. Edited by MF Thomas & JT Coppock. Proceedings of the Royal Scottish Geographical Society Symposium. H.B. Published in 1980, 12 Chapters, Figures and Tables. 143 Pages. £8 (Ex Library)
  134. Cunnartan Cuain le Aonghas Mac a Phi. P.B. Air fhoillseachadh ann an 1981. Clar: Bathadh Chlann a Phi, Bliadhna nan Cragan. Dealbhan leis an Ughdair. 87 Duilleagan. Leabhar mu da thachartas air taobh an iar an Eilean Sgiathanaich ann an 1889 agus 1943. £6
  135. Exploring the Far North West of Scotland. A walker’s guide to the hills, glens, and coastlines of Wester Ross and Sutherland by Richard Gilbert. H.B. Published in 1994. Contents: Applecross, The Ben Damph and Coulin Forests, Torridon, Flowerdale Forests, The Great Wilderness, The Fannichs, The Beinn Dearg Forest, Coigach, Assynt, The Reay Forest, The Far North, Coastal Walks, Sandy Bays, Places of Interest, Historical Sites, Houses, Gardens, Appendix, Bibliography, Index. 144 Pages. £10
  136. As an Abhainn Mhoir. English-Gaelic Recipes from Pictou County. P.B. With Ring Binding Printed in 2011. Contents: Soups & Stews, Main Dishes, Breads, Sweets, Miscellaneous. A Bilingual Publication. 120 Pages. £8
  137. Haggis Recipe Book with recipes from Scotland’s Finest Hotels. Booklet, Date of Printing Unknown. 33 Pages. £5
  138. The Hillwalker’s Handbook by Steve Ashton. Includes rock scrambling and winter walking. P.B. Originally Printed in 1987, this reprint is from 1995. 16 Chapters, Useful Addresses, Bibliography, Index. Includes Photographs. 158 Pages. £6
  139. The Life & Legacy of Alexander Carmichael. Edited by Domhnall Uilleam Stiubhart. Proceedings of a conference arranged by The Islands Book Trust. P.B. Published in 2008. 13 Chapters in total with illustrations. 193 Pages. £10
  140. The Glasgow Diary by Donald Saunders, Mainly. With contributions by Archie Hind, Alasdair Gray and many others. Ranging through the centuries The Glasgow Fairy constantly produces the unusual, tragic and comic incidents for every day of the year, building up a unique picture of a friendly, couthy and sometimes violent city. H.B. With D/J Published in 1984. £6
  141. The Philologic Uses of The Celtic Tongue. A Lecture by William D. Geddes to the University Celtic Society. Booklet, dated 1874. 25 Pages. £10
  142. Cascheum Nam Bard. An Anthology of Gaelic Poetry. Selected and Edited With Vocabulary and Notes on the Poets by Lachlan Mackinnon. Contains specimens of easier Gaelic Poetry, belonging to different ages, and composed by a varied number of poets. H.B. Date of printing unknown. 170 Pages. £10
  143. Antiquities of Strathearn. With Historical and Traditional Tales and Biographical Sketches of Celebrated Individuals Belonging to the District by John Shearer, to which is appended a Guide to Tourists. H.B. Published in 1883. 96 Pages. £20
  144. Am Fear Ciuil, Dain, Orain, Oraidean is Sgeulachdan le Domhnull MacEacharn an Dun Eideann. H.B. Published in 1910. 13 Dain, 21 Orain, 6 Eadar Theangachaidh, 22 Oraidean agus Sgeulachdan. 327 Pages. Boards show sign of being damp at one time, but pages are fine. £10
  145. White Gold The Inside Story of the UK’s Largest Ever Drug Haul by Eugene Costello. In the Summer of 1989, working on a tip off and intelligence from their Spanish counterparts, Customs and Excise became aware of a major plot to smuggle huge amounts of drugs into the UK around Ullapool. This book tells the story of who one of the biggest ever haul of drugs was landed at Ullapool in January 1991. P.B. Published in2003, this reprint is from 2004. 237 Pages. £5
  146. A Harris Way of Life. The Story of Marion Campbell (1909 -1996) by Gisela Vogler. Booklet, originally Published in 2002, this reprint is from 2006. 64 Pages which includes photographs. £6
  147. John Murray and The Godly Life by John J. Murray. This booklet is the substance of an address delivered at a meeting of the Northern Reformed Fellowship in Dornoch Academy on 16th June 2008. Booklet, 20 Pages. £5
  148. Kilmuir Church North Uist Recipes. Contents: Starters, Soups, Fish, Chicken, Meat, Salads, Vegetarian, Puddings, Baking, Confectionary, Preserves, Index. P.B. With Ring Binding printed in 2006. 102 Pages. £6
  149. Iona Abbey A Short Tour. The aim of this booklet is to take you round the Abbey and its precincts, explaining briefly the history of the church on Iona. Booklet, date of Printing unknown.10 Pages. £6
  150. Sgial is Eachdraidh le Calum Iain M. Macleoid. Rosg Gaidhlig. P.B. air fhoillseachadh ann an 1977. 141 Duilleagan. £6
  151. A School in South Uist. By F.G. Rea. Reminiscences of a Hebridean Schoolmaster, 1890-1913. Edited by John Lorne Campbell. H.B. With D/J Published in 1964. Contents: Foreword by Kate Macphee, Introduction by J.L. Campbell, Preface by F.G. Rea, A School in South Uist, Index. 214 Pages. £15
  152. The Crofter & The Laird by John Macphee. This book is the story and an evocation of one small Scottish island, Colonsay. The author from America, decided one summer to take his family and live on the island to discover its history, its customs, its legends and its people. H.B. With D/J Published in 1969, this reprint is from 1970. Ex Library. 159 Pages. £8
  153. The Castles of the Lews by Peter Cunningham. H.B. Published in 2008. Ten Chapters, Appendices, Matheson Family Tree, Index and References. 131 Pages. £10
  154. On Telling the Culloden Story by Iain Cameron Taylor. A Paper read by Lieut-Col. I.B. Cameron Taylor, Historian and Information Secretary, The National Trust for Scotland on 20th November 1964. Reprinted from the Transactions of the Gaelic Society of Inverness Vol XLV. Booklet, printed in 1969. 22 Pages. £8
  155. The Elephant at War. 2nd Battalion Seaforth Highlanders 1939-1945. By Andrew Todd. Part One looks at The First 2nd Seaforth Highlanders, while Part Two looks at the Second 2nd Seaforth Highlanders, includes illustrations. P.B. Published in 1998. 104 Pages. £8
  156. Johnson and Boswell on Tour in the Highlands and Islands 1773. A Bi Centenary Celebration by Ranald M. Laing. Booklet, printed in 1973. 24 Pages. £8
  157. A St Kilda Handbook. Editor Alan Small. P.B. Published in 1979. Contents: The Physical Landscape, Weather, Natural History, Archaeology, Norse and Post Norse St Kilda, Historical St Kilda, Exploring Hirta, Military Aspects of St Kilda, Tailpiece. 95 Pages. £8
  158. Linguistics and Grammar: An Introduction to a bibliography by H.W. Young. Educational Review. Reprinted from Volume 18, Number 2, February 1966. Booklet, 18 Pages. £8
  159. The Heather and the Gale. Clan Donald and Clan Campbell during the Wars of Montrose by Ronald Williams. P.B. Published in 1997. Contents: Premonition, The Heather and the Gale, The Lowland Antagonists, The Highland Campaigns, Retribution. Includes a list of Maps. P.B. Published in 1997. 214 Pages. £8
  160. The Lewis and Skye Groups of the Hebrides Under the Norse by G.V.C. Young. Ca. 800 to 1266. Written by a direct descendant of Olaf the Black, King of Man and the Lewis and Skye groups of the Hebrides. Booklet, Printed in 1996. 5 Chapters and 4 Appendixes and includes Illustrations. 45 Pages. £8
  161. Canntaireachd: Articulate Music, Dedicated to the Islay Association by J.F. Campbell. This is a facsimilie of the original published in 1880, this edition is from 2018. H.B. With D/J Published in 2018. 36 Pages. £10
  162. Ten Tayside Doctors by JSG Blair. H.B. With D/J Published in 1990. 110 Pages. £8
  163. Lewis The West Coast In History and Legend. Contents: Ness, Shorelands, Carloway, Uig, Epilogue, References, Picture Credits, Maps, Index of Places, Index of Persons, Index of Main Topics. P.B. Published in 2008. 274 Pages. £8
  164. The Drove Roads of Scotland by A.R.B. Haldane. P.B. Published in 1997, this reprint is from 1999. 12 Chapters, Appendices, Bibliography and Index. Includes Plates. 266 Pages. £8
  165. Strange Things. The Story of Fr Allan Macdonald, Ada Goodrich Freer, and the Society for Physical Research’s Enquiry Into Highland Second Sight by John L. Campbell and Trevor H. Hall. P.B. Published in 2006. Contents: The S.P.R. Enquiry into Second Sight in the Scottish Highlands, The Strange Story of Ada Goodrich Freer, Ada Goodrich Freer and Fr Allan’s Folklore Collection, Strange Things, Appendixes, Index of the Stories, General Index. 350 Pages. £8
  166. A Description of the Western Islands of Scotland by M. Martin. Second Edition. This is a facsimilie of the second edition (1716) of a Description of the Western Islands of Scotland. H.B. Published in 1981. 392 Pages. £12
  167. A’ Choisir Chiuil. The St.Columba Collection of Gaelic Songs. 100 well known gaelic songs with the tunes. H.B. Not dated but It has the date of 1932 written in pen, and also there is a Gaelic Society of London letter to members which is dated 15th April 1932. £15
  168. Duart Castle Isle of Mull Where Eagles Dare. Booklet. A Brief History of the Castle Runs Throughout this Guide. Signed by Lachlan Maclean of Duart and Morven 28th Chief of the Clan Maclean. 21 Pages, which includes photographs. £6
  169. A Walk Through Glasgow Cathedral. This book is intended to help visitors learn something about the Cathedral which for several centuries many people have loved. Booklet, this is a reprint from 1995. 40 Pages. £5
  170. Fort George Ardersier. Official Souvenir Guide. Booklet,printed in 1995. 40 Pages. £5
  171. Brodick Castle, Country Park and Goatfell. Booklet, 36 Pages. Printed in 2015. £5
  172. The River Clyde by Innes Macleod & Margaret Gilroy. More than half the population of Scotland live within a short distance of the River Clyde, and this book is a practical guide to the history and geography of the vast and varied area through which that river flows on its way to the sea. P.B. Originally Published in 1991, this reprint is from 1996. 12 Chapters. 175 Pages. £5
  173. Robert Burns. The Man and his Work by Hans Hecht. With a Foreword by Sir Patrick J. Dollan. H.B. With D/J Originally Published in 1936, this second revised edition is from 1950. Part One: Ayrshire, 1759-1786 Part Two: Edinburgh 1786-1788, Part Three: Dumfriesshire: 1788-1796, Appendix, Bibliography, Indices. 301 Pages. £10
  174. Managing Scotland’s Environment by Charles Warren. Contents: Part One: The Nature and Control of the Land, Part Two: The Pieces of the Jigsaw, Part Three: Interactions and Controversies, Part Four: Thinking and Deciding about the Environment, Part Five: Conclusion. P.B. Originally Published in 2002, this reprint is from 2007. 410 Pages. £10
  175. Waverley the world’s last sea going paddle steamer by Douglas Mcgowan. Booklet, printed in 1984. Contents: Steamers of the Clyde, The New Waverley (1947), The Nationalised Years (1948-1973), Paddler for a Pound, Leaving for Liverpool (1977), On the Rocks, Waverley Visits the Capital, Heart Transplant (And Some Personalities), What the Papers Said. 79 Pages. £8
  176. Cronan Nan Tonn. The Croon of the Sea by Duncan Johnston. Le Donnachadh Mac Iain. With Foreword by Archd N. Currie. Booklet, a reprint from 1997. 30 Orain le ceol. 72 Duilleag. £8
  177. The Scottish War Of Independence A Critical Study by Evan Macleod Barron. Second Edition With New Introduction. H.B. Published in 1934. 42 Chapters, Conclusion, Appendix, Map and Plans. 526 Pages. £12
  178. Smuaintean fo Eiseabhal. Thoughts Under Eiseaval. Domhnall Aonghais Bhain (Donald Macdonald) Edited and Translated by Ronald Black. P.B. Published in 2000. Bardachd gaidhlig le cud air an eadar theangachadh gu beurla, cuideachd tha clar afg deireadh a leabhar dhan a piosan bardachd eile a sgriobh e. 115 Duilleag. £6
  179. Voyage to St Kilda by Monica Weller. This book provides another dimension to the epic story of ‘The Islands on the Edge’. To Travel with Monica Weller in poem, prose and photography is a moving and exhilarating experience. B. Published in 1998, 72 Pages. £8
  180. Balach a Griomsiader. Tales and Travels of a Lochie. A booklet based on the life and working experiences of Donald Morrison. Booklet, Printed in 2007. 38 Pages. £6
  181. Nach Neonach Sin Le Cailein T. MacChoinnich. A measg annas an is iongantais an t-saoghail uile, chan eil dad as iongantaiche na’n fhirinn. P.B. Air fhoillseachadh ann an 1973. 18 Sgeulachdan. 56 Duilleag. £6
  182. Aithris is Oideas. Traditional Gaelic Rhymes and Games. This publication brings together into a convenient form about 350 selected examples of the rhymes, rhyming games and general play material which still exist in the oral tradition among speakers of Scottish Gaelic. H.B. With D/J Published in 1964. 110 Pages. £8
  183. Kirkwall’s Story. A Walking Tour of Kirkwall with Kim Twatt. A Heritage Tour with Kings and Earls, Pirates, Saints, Witches and bairds, Seaweed and Bere Bannocks, Cathedral Palaces and a Garden Folly. Booklet, printed in 2016. 18 Pages. £6
  184. To the Ends of the Earth. Norman Macleod and the Highlanders migration to Nova Scotia and New Zealand by Neil Robinson. B. Published in 1997. 14 Chapters, 2 Appendixes, Bibliography and Index. 260 Pages. £8
  185. The Gaelic Vikings by James Shaw Grant. Humour, Adventures, Mystery, Pirates, Poltergeists and Heroes. P.B. Published in 1984. 52 stories in total. 172 Pages. £8
  186. Surprise Island by James Shaw Grant. True Stories from the Western Isles. P.B. Published in 1983. 44 stories. 160 Pages. £8
  187. Stornoway and the Lews by James Shaw Grant. Unusual stories from the Western Isles. P.B. Published in 1985. 55 Stories. 198 Pages. £8
  188. Only the Sunny Days. Memories of a Barra Childhood by Catriona MacNeil. P.B. Published in 1988. Thirteen Chapters, Epilogue, 2 Short stories in Gaelic and an article on The Barra Evictions. 99 Pages. £8
  189. Life of a Scotch Naturalist. Thomas Edward Associate of the Linnean Society by Samuel Miles. Portrait and Illustrations by George Reid. Third Edition. H.B. Published in 1877. 18 Chapters and Fauna of Banffshire. 446 Pages. £25
  190.  Scotland’s Winter Mountains by Martin Moran.  The Challenges and the Skills. Part One -The Challenge. Part Two -The Skills. Appendices, References and Index. H.B. Originally Published in 1988, this reprint is from 1998. 320 Pages. £8
  191. Isle of Skye Walks. Compiled by Terry Marsh. Pathfinder Guides. 28 Walks in Total. P.B. Published in 2011. Which includes Maps and Photographs.94 Pages. £8
  192. Highways and Byways in Mull and Iona by Peter MacNab. Contents: Introduction, Useful Information, Using this Book, Craignure-Salen-Tobermory, Tobermory -Dervaig, Dervaig -Gruline -Salen, Salen -Fionnaphort, Kinloch Inn-Glenmore, Craignure. P.B. Originally Published in 1988, this reprint is from 1991. 107 Pages. £8
  193. Scottish Traditional Tales Edited by A.J. Bruford and D.A. Macdonald. Contents: Children’s Tales, Fortune Tales, Hero Tales, Trickster Tales, Other Cleverness, Stupidity and Nonsense, Fate, Morals and Religion, Origin and Didatic Legends, Legends of Ghosts and Evil Spirits, Legends of Fairies and Sea Folk, Legends of Witchcraft and Clan Feuds, Select Bibliography, Notes, Index of Storytellers. P.B. Published in 1994. 488 Pages. £10
  194. Orain Iain Luim. Songs of John Macdonald, Bard of Keppoch. Abridged Edition. Edited by Annie M. Mackenzie. P.B. Published in 1964. Contents: Preface, Works Referred to in Introduction, Introduction, Index of Poems, Text, Glossary. 130 Pages. £10
  195. Private Papers of James Boswell From Malahide Castle. Isham Collection. Boswell’s Journal of A Tour to the Hebrides with Samuel Johnson, Now First Published from the Original Manuscript. Prepared for the Press, with Preface and Notes by Frederick A. Pottle and Charles H. Bennett. H.B. Published in 1936. Contents: Publisher’s Note, Preface, Table of Illustrations, Extract from Sir Richard Baker’s Chronicle of the Kings of England, Text of a Journal of a Tour to the Hebrides, Appendix: Correspondence between Boswell and Lord Elibank, Index. 435 Pages. £65
  196. Boswell in Holland 1763-1764. Including his correspondence with Belle De Zuylen. Edited by Frederick A. Pottle. H.B. Published in 1952. Contents: Introduction by Frederick A. Pottle, Text of Boswell in Holland 1763-1764, Correspondence with Belle De Zuylen (Zelide) and Others, 1764-1769, Boswell’s Inviolable Plan, Boswell’s French Theme on the Aston Family, Letter of Abraham Gronovious to Boswell, Letter of Francois Mazera to Boswell, Letter of Belle de Zuylen to Boswell, Index. 428 Pages. £65
  197. The Struggle for a Language. Gaelic in Education by Gwen Mulholland. Booklet, printed in 1981. 29 Pages. £5
  198. Scottish Opinion on Gaelic. A report on a national attitude survey for An Comunn Gaidhealach undertaken in 1981 by Kenneth Mackinnon. Booklet, printed in 1981. 29 Pages. £6
  199. Why Gaelic Matters by Derick Thomson. Saltire Pamphlets New Series 5. A short discussion of the history and significance of Gaelic and its related arts in Scottish life. Contents: Language Hstory, Early Gaelic society, Gaelic literature, the language as part of Scotland’s identity, the present position, as seen by the 1981 census, The status quo and policy directions, Notes and references, a short bibliography. Booklet, printed in 1984. 35 Pages. £6
  200. Sporan Dhomhnaill Gaelic Poems and Songs by The Late Donald Macintyre The Paisley Bard, Compiled and Edited by Somerled Macmillan. H.B. With D/J Published in 1968. 84 poems in total, Notes, Index of Persons,etc, Index of Places, Glossary. Also, includes a Genealogical and Biographical introduction. 418 Pages. £15
  201. The Companion to Gaelic Scotland. Edited by Derick S. Thomson. Contents: Preface, Acknowledgements, List of Contributors, Guide to Contents by Subject, Companion to Gaelic Scotland, Chronology, Bibliography, Index. H.B. With D/J Published in 1983. 363 Pages. £10
  202. A Collection of Gaelic Proverbs and Familiar Phrases. Based on Macintosh’s Collection. Edited by A.C. Nicolson. H.B. Published in 1881. 421 Pages. Slight Tear at the top of the spine, otherwise in very good condition for it’s age. £65
  203. Leabhar Nan Cnoc. Comh Chruinneachaidh Do Nithibh Sean agus Nuadh airson Oilean agus Leas Nan Gaidheal le Tormoid Macleoid. New Edition. H.B. Published in 1898. 95 sgeulachdan agus laoidhean criosdail. 264 Duilleag. £15
  204. The Map That Changed the World. The Tale of William Smith and The Birth of a Science by Simon Winchester. H.B. With D/J Published in 2001. 17 Chapters, Epilogue, Glossary of Geological and Other Unfamiliar Terms Found in this Book, Sources and Recommended Reading, Acknowledgements, Illustration Acknowledgements, Index. 338 Pages. £10
  205. The Gaelic Songster. An T-Oranaiche no Co Cheangal Taghte do Orain Ur agus Shean A Chuid Mhor Dhiubh nach robh riamh roimhe ann an Clo le Gilleasbuig Mac Na Ceardadh. H.B. Published in 1879. 527 Duilleagan. £45
  206. Dateline Stornoway. A freelance journalist’s lighthearted look over the past 50 years of covering news stories in the Western Isles by Bill Lucas. P.B. Published in 2008. Contents: Foreword, dateline Stornoway, Introduction, Stornoway, Back on the Island, Characters and Personalities, The Courts , and Then there was Lochmaddy, Sea Dramas, Air Affairs, The Inquiries -Including BCCI, Island Industries, The Miscellaneous Files, Civic Duties. 287 Pages and includes many photographs. £8
  207. Macmillan Your Clan Heritage. Compiled by Alan McNie. Booklet, printed in 1986. 34 Pages. £6
  208. The Skye Revivals by Steve Taylor. P.B. Published in 2003. 15 Chapters, 159 Pages. £5
  209. A Leanntainn Na Mara. Bardachd a sgriobh Domhnall Angaidh Macleoid (A Chang) a Ranais nan Loch. A short biography on the bard’s life, 22 poems in total and includes photographs. Booklet, printed in 2009. 48 Pages. £6
  210. Rangers -The Managers by David Mason. This publication is a comprehensive and fascinating book. Never before have the Ibrox managers been examined in such depth. Contents: William Wilton, William Struth, Scott Symon, Davie White, Willie Waddell, Jock Wallace, John Greig, Graeme Souness, Walter Smith, Dick Advocaat, The Great Legacy, Statistics. H.B. With D/J published in 2000. 237 Pages. £8 (Signed by John Greig)
  211. The Leper’s Bell. The Autobiography of a Changeling by Norman Maclean. This book is in turn tragic, and uplifting, devastating and hilarious, elegant and heartbreaking, and one of the most moving and uncompromising memoirs to appear in recent years. H.B. With D/J published in 2009. 32 Chapters and an Epilogue, includes many photographs. 327 Pages. £6
  212. Fo Sgail a’ Swastika le Domhnall Iain MacDhomhnaill. Under the Shadow of the Swastika. Introduction, notes and parallel translation by Bill Innes. P.B Published circa 2000. 17 Chapters, Poems, Notes, The Military Background and Bibliography. 191 Pages, which includes a CD. £8
  213. Mairi Mhor nan Oran. Taghadh de a h-Orain le eachdraidh a beatha is notaichean. Deasaichte le Domhnall Eachann Meek. P.B. Air fhoillseachadh an toiseach ann an 1977, chaidh a leabhar se oath fhoillseachadh ann an 1998. 40 Orain uile gu leir. 240 Duilleagan. £8
  214. Callanish & other megalithic sites of the Outer Hebrides by Gerard Ponting. P.B. Published in 2002. 58 Pages. £6
  215. Clarsach an Doire. Gaelic Poems, Songs and Tales by Neil macleod. Third Edition Revised and Enlarged. With Portrait of the Author. H.B. Published in 1902.83 Songs and 4 Tales. 268 Pages. £10
  216. Reluctant Genius. Alexander Graham Bell and the Passion for Invention by Charlotte Gray. H.B. With D/J Published in 2006. Contents: Circuits and Connections, The Struggle for Balance, Monster Kites and Flying Machines, Epilogue, Appendix: Patents issued by the U.S. Patent Office to Alexander Graham Bell and his associates, Sources, Photo Sources, Acknowledgements, Index and Maps. 467 Pages. £6
  217. Eilean an Fhraoich Annual 1991. 40th Anniversary 1951-1991. Includes a reprint of the first annual in 1951 inside this copy. Contents: Old Things Remembered, Sunday Morning in the Town, Remarkable Rescue Recalled, National Mod Dingwall, Bernera in the Bridge Days, From Sea Cadet to Commodore of the Cunard Line, Aliens and Angling, The Andes, The Police in Lewis, Sunday and includes a good selection of old and new photographs. 44 Pages. £6
  218. Mod Nan Eilean Steornabhaigh 1989. 86mh Mod. Programme from the second National Mod held in the Western Isles. A4 Size Publication. 96 Pages. £6
  219. Seinneamaid Comhla. Orain is Rannan do Chlann og. Dealbhan le Anna Latharna Nic Illiosa. Tha an leabhar seo dol comhla ris an teip ‘Seinneamaid Comhla’ le Anna Latharna Nicilliosa agus Alasdair Domhnallach. Rinneadh an leabhar seo airson Comhairle nan Sgoiltean Araich. A4 Size Publication. 39 Duilleag. £6
  220. Lewis and Harris Seamen 1939-1945 by John and Annie Morrison. A4 Size Publication. The aim of this book was to put on record the acts of bravery, courage and endurance of seagoing men from the Long Island of Lewis and Harris. A very detailed book which includes photographs. 107 Pages. £10
  221. A Gaelic Grammar. Containing The Parts of Speech and The General Principles of Phonology and Etymology with A Chapter on Proper and Place Names by George Calder. H.B. Published in 1923. 352 Pages. £10
  222. The Hub of My Universe by James Shaw Grant. Humour, Mystery, Tragedy and Adventure from real life in the Outer Hebrides . P.B. Published in 1982. 49 real tales from the Western Isles. 148 Pages. £8
  223. Island on the Edge of the World utopian St Kilda and its passing by Charles Maclean. H.B. With D/J Published in 1972. 1st Twelve Chapters, Maps and Illustrations, Bibliography and index. 160 Pages. £8
  224. English-Gaelic Dictionary Compiled by John Mackenzie. Formerly published as Part 2 of MacAlpine’s Pronouncing Gaelic Dictionary. H.B. With D/J Published in 1971. 269 Pages. £8
  225. The Cross in our experience of our Lord by The Rev.Professor R.A. Finlayson. H.B. With D/J Published in 1955, 6 Chapters. 95 Pages. £8
  226. The Middle Ages in the Highlands by Inverness Field Club. A Collection of essays which looks at the History in the Middle Ages, The Lordship of the Isles, Architecture of the Scottish Highlands, Education in the Highlands in the Middle Ages, The Medieval Church, The Clarsach, Highland Family Origins, The Clan System, Gaelic Poetry and Historical Tradition. P.B. Published in 1981.179 Pages. £8
  227. Crossing the Minch. Exploring the Links between Skye and the Outer Hebrides. The Proceedings of a Two Day Conference held in Skye on 4th and 5th May 2007.  Contents: Introductions and Conclusions, Siol Torcuil and their Lordship in the Sixteenth Century, Mairi Nighean Alasdair Ruaidh, Migration Links between Skye and the Outer Hebrides, Where do People Speak Gaelic? Skye and the Western Isles, Sporting Links between Skye and the Outer Hebrides. 76 Pages. £8
  228. Gaelic Bible. Leabhraichean An T-Seann Tiomnaidh agus an Tiomnaidh Nuaidh Air an Tarruing O Na Ceud Chainainibh Chum Gaidhlig Albannach. H.B. Air Fhoillseachadh ann an 1930. H.B. £15
  229. The Wife of Auchtermuchty. (From the Banatyne Manuscript, 1568.) Alexander Hume 1557-1609 of the Day Estivall. Corbie Mediavel Texts Series No 2. Booklet, Printed in 1996. First Edition of 250 Copies. 60 Pages. £6
  230. Comhairle Ionadail Tholastaidh Bho Thuath. North Tolsta Community Council. Carn Cuimhneachain. Memorial Cairn. In this booklet there are details of the names of the men which are displayed on the tablet, and their Gaelic patronymics are at the end. A4 Size Publication. At the Opening of Tolsta New School this Tablet was presented by the Tolsta Community Association in memory of the local residents and former pupils of Tolsta School, many of whom have no known grave, who were killed in action or died of wounds and illnesses received while serving with the armed forces throughout the first half of the 20th 16 Pages. £8
  231. Croft History Isle of St Kilda by Bill Lawson. A4 Size Publication with ring binding. Published in 1993. Contents: Foreword, Introduction, Pre 1822 Families, Census of 1822, Croft Histories. 34 Pages. £10
  232. Seann Taighean Tirisdeach le Ailean Boyd. Booklet, air fhoillseachadh ann an 1986. Clar Innse: Na Th’ann Dhuibh, Na Ballachan, Meud an Taighe, Connadh agus Teine, An Ceann, An Tughadaireachd, Na Ropannan, Nam Broinn, Co Dhunadh, Na Daoine a Th’air an ainmeachadh, Faclair. Dealbhan. 32 Duilleagan. £8
  233. While the Wild Geese Fly by Donald Cameron. Tales of a Farmer and Auctioneer. P.B. Published in 1985. 38 Chapters and a glossary and contains Photographs. 144 Pages. £10
  234. Blood Hunt by Neil M. Gunn. H.B. With D/J Published in 1984. Gunn’s Second Last Novel. 250 Pages. £8
  235. Of In a Boat by Neil M Gunn. A Hebridean Voyage. In 1937, Gunn decided to become a full time writer. He resigned from his post in the Civil Service, sold his comfortable house in Inverness, bought a boat and set off on athree month voyage that was to take him and his crew of his wife Daisy and one of his brothers John round the Inner Hebrides. H.B. With D/J Published in 1988. 348 Pages, which includes photographs. £8
  236. Munro’s Gaelic Vocabulary and Phrase Book by James Munro. Booklet, 64 Pages. £8
  237. Aberdeen Maritime Museum. Provost Ross’s House Shiprow Aberdeen. Booklet, printed in 1984. £6
  238. A Guide to Melrose and the Scott Country. Booklet, Date of Printing Unknown. 20 Pages. £6
  239. Findhorn A Scottish Village. Edited by Robert G. Cochrane. Booklet, Printed in 1981. Contents: The Making of Findhorn, Findhorn Walkabout, The Birds of Findhorn Bay, Further Reading. 41 Pages. £6
  240. St Kilda Postcard. Commemorating the Evacuation of 1930. 50th Anniversary Evacuation 27 Ag 1980. A National Trust for Scotland Official Commemorative Cover. £6
  241. The Summer Walkers. Travelling People and Pearl Fishers in The Highlands of Scotland by Timothy Neat. Part One: The Travelling People, Part Two: The Pearl Fishers, Part Three: Traveller Life and Culture, Appendixes. P.B. Published in 1996. 230 Pages. £8
  242. A Calendar of Scottish National Festivals. Halloween to Yule by F. Marian McNeill. The Silver Bough Volume Three of a Four Volume Study of the National and Local Festivals of Scotland. H.B. With D/J Published in 1990. 180 Pages. £6
  243. The Society of High Constables of The City of Perth A History. Researched and Compiled by Mr J.E Macmillan. Edited by Ex Moderator C. Roger P. Ward. H.B. With D/J Published in 1992. 55 Pages. £8
  244. The Borders. A History of the Borders From Earliest Times by Alistair Moffat. H.B. With D/J Published in 2002. 14 Chapters, Bibliography, Index of Notes, Index. 454 Pages. £8
  245. The Fair Land of Gowrie By Lawrence Melville. With a Foreword by Lord Kinnaird of Rossie Priory. Thirty One Illustrations and Map. H.B. With D/J This is s reprint from 1995. 9 chapters, Appendices and Illustrations. 240 Pages. £20
  246. St Michael’s Eriskay 1903-2003 100 Years. A centenary commemorative booklet. 30 Pages. A very detailed history of the parish in text and photos and includes a list of all the priests that have served the church in Eriskay. £6
  247. Moll is Cruithneachd. Bardachd a Phuilein Aonghas Caimbeul.H.B. Le D/J. Air fhoillseachadh ann an 1972. 29 piosan Bardachd. 96 Duilleag. £8
  248. A Chaora an Lathair an Luchd Iomairt. Searmon le C.H. Spurgeon. Air Eadar Theangachadh le Iain Mac Mhuirich. Pamphlet. 16 Duilleag. £6
  249. Shetland and the Shetlanders by W.P. Livingstone. With 31 half tone plates. H.B. Published in 1947. Contents: The Good Islands, The General Scene, Romance of the Past, Yesterday and Today, The Cycle of the Seasons in Croftland, Shadows Over the Isles, Epilogue, The Return. Includes Illustrations. 228 Pages. £20
  250. Fear Siubhal Nan Gleann. Orain agus Dain le Murchadh MacIllemhoire Siadar Bharabhais. H.B. Air fhoillseachadh ann an 1923. 25 piosan bardachd Gaidhlig, agus coig air an eadar theangachadh bhon a Bheurla. 86 Duilleagan. £15
  251. The Church by James Scott. Pamphlet, date of printing unknown. 15 Pages. £5
  252. The Great Tribulation by James Scott. Published in conjuction with the Scottish Prophetical Council. Pamphlet, date of printing unknown. 15 Pages. £5
  253. Old Dundee from the Tram Cars by A.W. Brotchie and J.J. Herd. H.B. This reprint is from 1988. 48 Pages of text and photographs. £6
  254. Obair Gun Duais. Alasdair MacGilleMhicheil a tional ainmean Gaidhlig eun. A Thankless Task? Alexander Carmichael as a collector of Gaelic bird names by Tristan Ap Rheinallt. P.B. Published in 2010. 8 Chapters in Gaelic with an English translation.3 Appendices and a Bibliography. 119 Pages. £6
  255. The Royal Burgh of Inveraray by Alexander Fraser. P.B. Published in 1977. Contents: The Burgh of Inveraray, The Old Town, The New Town, The Churches, Grammar School, Other Schools. Includes Photographs. 224 Pages. £10
  256. Around The Peat Fire by Calum Smith. P.B. Originally Published in 2001, this expanded edition, with Selected Journalism was published in 2010. A unique and fascinating account of Hebridean life in the first half of the last century. 17 Chapters and journalism articles which originally appeared in the Stornoway Gazette in the 1950’s. 222 Pages. £6
  257. Discovering Angus & The Mearns by I.A.N. Henderson. P.B. Published in 1990. 9 Chapters, Further Reading, Index. 234 Pages. £6
  258. More Tales from the Island Nurse by Mary J. Macleod. The heartwarming true story of a district nurse on a remote Scottish island in the 70’s continues. P.B. published in 2014. 221 Pages. £6
  259. William MacGillivray. A Hebridean Naturalist’s Journal 1817-1818. Edited by Dr Robert Ralph. P.B. Published in 1996. Contents: Foreword, Editorial Note, The Journal, Colour Plates, Postscript, 2 Appendixes. The Journal of a year spent at his childhood home at Northton on the Isle of Harris. A rare insight into the rural life of 19th century Scotland. 167 Pages. £8
  260. Leth Cheud Bliadhna. (Contemporary Poems in Gaelic & English) Ruairidh Macdhomhnaill. Bard a Chomuinn 1977-78. Roderick Macdonald Bard of An Comunn Gaidhealach 1978. H.B. Published in 1978. The Book is in five parts: Beatha agus Creud Life and Creed, Cuan agus Seoladh Sea and Sailing, Gaol -de gach seorsa Love of all kinds, Eileamaidean agus Nadur Elements and Nature, Spors Humour. 60 Pages. £6
  261. Island Journeys. A Countrywoman’s Travels by Bessie Skea. Bessie Skea’s lyrical writing captures the essence of Orkney’s sea, sky and countryside with an exquisite sharpness that lingers like winter light on the snow. P.B. Published in 1993. 28 Chapters. 165 Pages. £6
  262. Brigh Nam Facail. Faclair Ur don Bhun sgoil. Air a dheasachadh le Richard A.V. Cox. P.B. Air fhoillseachadh ann an 1991. 442 Pages. £8
  263. A Vigorous Institution. The Living Legacy of Patrick Geddes. Introduced and Edited by Walter Stephen. Contributions by Aubrey Manning, James Mackinnon, Mike Small, Kenny Munro, Frank Spaven, Anne-Michelle Slater and Sofia Leonard. P.B. Published in 1997.176 Pages. £8
  264. No Night There. Devotional Sermons by The Rev. Murdoch Campbell. P.B. Not date of printing given. 14 Sermons in Total. 92 Pages. £6
  265. An t-Eilean Beag Lurach Mu Thuath. Orain Anndra Linc Horasairigh. The Songs of Andrew Laing of Horasairigh 1900-1969. P.B. Published in 2014. £6
  266. St Clement’s Church at Rodel by Bill Lawson. A Harris Church in its Historical Setting. Booklet, printed in 1991. 44 Pages. £6
  267. Where I Belong by Duncan Macpherson. With Illustrations. H.B. With D/J Published in 1964. 1st Autobiography. 136 Pages. £15
  268. Steering the Ships. The Story of Orkney Kirks and People by Jocelyn Rendall. P.B. Published in 2009. 15 Chapters, Illustrations, Endnotes, Notes on Quantities,Glossary, Timeline, select Bibliography, and Abbreviations, Index. 268 Pages. £8
  269. Adtimchiol An Chreidimh. The Gaelic Version of John Calvin’s Catechismus Ecclesiae Genevenis. Edited by R.L. Thomson. H.B. With D/J Published in 1962. A Facsimilie Reprint, including the Prefixed Poems and the Shorter Catechism of 1659 with Notes and Glossary and an Introduction. 264 Pages. £12
  270. The Burning Bush in Carloway. Its History and Revivals by Murdo Macaulay. A booklet printed to commemorate the centenary of the Free Church building at Carloway, Isle of Lewis in 1984. Contents: Early Times, The Nineteenth Century, The Twentieth Century, Appendices. Includes Photographs. 59 Pages. £6
  271. Lowland Scottish Villages by Maurice Lindsay. H.B. With D/J Published in 1980. 1st Contents: The Borderlands, The Lothians, West and South West, Fife and Kinross, The Heart of Scotland, East and North East, The Far North, Index. 190 Pages. Includes Photographs. £8
  272. Golf in my Gallowses. Confessions of a Fairway Fanatic by Angus MacVicar. H.B. With D/J Originally Published in 1983. This reprint is from 2007.19 Chapters, Index and Photographs. 178 Pages. £8
  273. The Big Men. Personal Memories of Glasgow’s Police by Joe Pieri. P.B. Originally Published in 2001, this reprint is from December 2003. 19 Chapters, photographs, Index and includes a full transcript of the Eulogy delivered by Len Murray at Joe Beattie’s funeral. 184 Pages. £6
  274. Gaelic Dictionary. Faclair Gaidhlig by Malcolm Maclennan. A Pronouncing and Etymological Dictionary of the Gaelic Language. P.B. originally Published in 1925, this reprint is from 2005. 613 Pages. £8
  275. On the Crofter’s Trail by David Craig. In Search of the Clearance Highlanders. P.B. Published in  19 Chapters, and Notes. 359 Pages. £6
  276. Uist Dyes Crotal Colours by Flora Macdonald. P.B Published in 2015. Contents: Lichens -Crotal Dubh (Black Lichen), Crotal Buidhe (Yellow Lichen), Crotal Geal Corcur (White Lichen) Feasag Nan Creag (Old Man’s Beard). 56 Pages of Text, which is in diary form and includes many photographs. Signed by the Author. 56 Pages. £6
  277. Survival Against the Odds by Donald John Macleod. The Story of Petty Officer Donald Mackinnon Russian Convoy Survivor. P.B. Published in 2000. 17 Chapters, which includes photographs. 99 Pages. £6
  278. Lowlands of Scotland. About Britain No 11. A New Guide Book with a Portrait by John R. Allan. General Editor Geoffrey Grigson. H.B. With D/J Published in 1951. Contents: Portrait of Lowlands of Scotland, The Tour, Gazetteer, Includes Photographs. 92 Pages. £10
  279. Arran Behind the Scenes by Gillean Bussell. This book is intented to reveal through its history, folklore and interesting walks some of the lesser known secret’s of Arran’s past often missed by the visitor to the island and hopefully enhance their enjoyment of this beautiful part of Scotland’s West Coast. P.B. With Rang Binding printed in 1999. 69 Pages. £6
  280. The Clan Donald Macdonald’s MacDonells, Macalisters and their Septs by I.F. Grant. With Tartans and Chiefs Arms in Colour and a Map. H.B. Originally Published in 1952, this reprint is from 1958. 32 Pages. £15
  281. Recipes We Love. Keswick Methodist Church. Contents: Starters, Main Courses, Baking and Desserts. P.B. With Ring Binding Date of Printing Unknown. 53 Pages. £6
  282. St Columba’s Junior School Family Favourites. Contents: Starters, Dips, Soups, Vegetarian, Salads, Fish, Chicken, Beef, Gammon, Lamb, Pork, Miscellaneous, Puddings, Baking. P.B. Date of Printing Unknown. 228 Pages. £8
  283. Bernera School’s Travelling Cookbook. H.B. With Ring Binding. No date of printing given. Contents: Starters & Snacks, Main Courses, Desserts. 150 Pages. Recipes have been contributed from people all around the world. H.B. With Ring Binding. £8
  284. The Castle Grounds by Peter Cunningham. The Stornoway Woods and Nature Trails. A Description of the Stornoway Woods, their History, and Wildlife, together with directions of the Nature Trails therein. Booklet, printed in 1978.38 Pages. £6
  285. Culloden by John Prebble. H.B. Originally Published in 1961, This Folio Society Edition is from 1998. Illustrations by Harry Brockway. Maps have been redrawn by Denys Baker. 7 Chapters, Appendix, Acknowledgements, Principal Sources, Index. 309 Pages. £15
  286. Glencoe by John Prebble. The Story of a Massacre.H.B. Originally Published in 1966, this Folio Society Edition is from 1998. 6 Chapters, Genealogy, Appendix, Acknowledgements, Sources and Bibliography and Index. 262 Pages. £15
  287. School of the Moon by Stuart McHardy. The Highland Cattle Raiding Tradition. P.B. Published in 2004. 52 Chapters, Epilogue, Appendix. 280 Pages. £8
  288. Outer Isles by A. Goodrich Freer. With Illustrations by Allan Baraud. H.B. Published in 1902. Contents: Tyree, Natural History of Tyree, Tyree Churches: Skerryvore, The Ceilidh in Tyree, Miscellaneous Notes on the Islanders, Barra, South Uist, South Uist and Its People, Eriskay, Christian Legends of Eriskay and South Uist, The Powers of Evil in Eriskay and South Uist, Prince Charlie in Eriskay, The Norsemen in the Hebrides, Benbecula and North Uist, Lewis, Lewis and its Fisherfolk, Harris and Smaller Islands, Stray Thoughts. Includes Illustrations. 448 Pages. £45
  289. The Gaelic Songs of Duncan Ban MacIntyre. Edited with Translation and Notes by George Calder. 60 Poems in total in Gaelic with an English Translation, 4 Appendixes, Glossary, Names of Persons, Names of Places. H.B. Published in 1912. 535 Pages. £35
  290. Calum’s Road by Roger Hutchinson. P.B. Published in 2006, this reprint is from 2008. The story of one man’s crusade to build a road on the Island of Raasay, with a pick, shovel and wheelbarrow. A powerful and beautiful symbol of one man’s defiance against the erosion of hs native culture. 6 Chapters, Preface, Maps, Notes, Bibliography. 184 Pages. £6
  291. The Wild Flowers of Islay. A Checklist by Malcolm Ogilvie. Booklet printed in 1995. 60 Pages. £6
  292. Free Presbyterian Church of Scotland. Proceedings of Synod Together with Reports & Accounts. May 2006, May 2007, May 2008, May 2009, May 2010, May 2011, May 2012, May 2014. P.B. Publications with very detailed reports of the proceedings. £25 for the 7 books.
  293. Birds of Islay by C. Gordon Smith. Booklet, Originally Printed in 1975, this reprint is from 1981. Booklet, with text and photographs. 63 Pages. £8
  294. Maclaren’s Gaelic Self Taught. An introduction to Gaelic for beginners (with guide to pronunciation) Complete with Key. Reprint of Fourth (Revised) Edition. H.B. Published in 1981. 224 Pages. £8
  295. The Academic Graingers by Agnes Grainger Stewart. Famous Scots Series. H.B. Published in 1901. 11 Chapters. 160 Pages. £15
  296. Lest We Forget. Memoirs of Tom Mackenzie. The autobiography of Thomas Mackenzie, Freeman of Inverness and for many years a Town Councillor. P.B. Published circa late 1990’s. 100 Pages which includes photographs. Signed by the Author. £8
  297. Tiree Tales Sgeulachdan A Tiriodh by Fiona E Mackinnon. Air Eadra theangachadh le Mairead NicAoidh. Booklet, printed in 1992. 25 Stories in Total. £8
  298. Lord of the Isles by Nigel Nicolson. P.B. Originally Printed in 1960, this reprint is from February 2000. The story of Lord Leverhulme who bought two of the largest islands in the Outer Hebrides after World War One and intended to turn them into a thriving centre of industry and commerce. 10 Chapters, Notes, Bibliography, Index and Includes Photographs. 264 Pages. £8
  299. Discovering Inverness Shire by Loraine Maclean of Dochgarroch. P.B. Published in 1988. 13 Chapters, Further Reading and Index. Includes Photographs. This book covers the mainland part of Inverness Shire plus part of Appin. 251 Pages. £10
  300. Salt in My Porridge. Confessions of a Ministers Son by Angus MacVicar. H.B. With D/J Published in 1971. 15 Chapters, Indexand Photographs. 192 Pages. Slight tears on the D/J £8
  301. The Companion Guide to The West Highlands of Scotland by WH Murray. H.B. With D/J Originally Published in 1968, this Third Edition is from 1969. 28 Chapters, 5 Appendices and Illustrations. 415 Pages.Small Tears of the spine of the D/J. £10
  302. Guide to Shetland. Booklet. Includes text which looks at the Past, Present, Nature, Sport, Angling, Industry and Adverts. Photographs throughout. £8
  303. The Scots Magazine 1739-1826. A Bicentenary Study by David Stuart M Imrie. Originally Published in “The Scots Magazine” January -June 1939. H.B. Ex Library. £10
  304. Boswell on the Grand Tour: Germany and Switzerland 1764. Edited by Frederick A Pottle. Contents: Introduction, Journal of a Tour Through the Courts of Germany, Boswell with Rousseau and Voltaire. Appendix 1. Successive Drafts of Boswell’s First Letter to Rousseau, Appendix II. Letter to Rousseau to Alexander Deleyre, Index. Includes Illustrations. H.B. Published in 1953. 353 Pages. £35
  305. Wicked Men and Fools. A Scottish Crime Anthology. Edited by Brian D. Osborne and Ronald Armstrong. P.B. Published in 2000 Contents: The Criminal Mind, Treason, Feud and Foray, The Bloody Deed, Catch the Thief, Detection, Judgement. 347 Page. £8
  306. The Harp of the Scottish Covenant. Poems, Songs and Ballads. Relating to the Covenanting Struggle. Collected and Edited by John Macfarlane. With a preface by Prof J. Clark Murray. H.B. Published in 1895. 84 Chapters. 341 Pages. £45
  307. The Immortal Isles by Seton Gordon. With 24 Headpieces and 6 Coloured Illustrations by Finlay Mackinnon. And 32 Photographs by the Author. H.B. Published in 1926. 24 Chapters and Illustrations. 227 Pages. £15
  308. Measg Sguaban Bhoais. Laoidhean le Cairstiona Chaimbeul. Leabharann air fhoillseachadh ann an 1971. 13 Laoidhean uile gu leir. 39 Duilleag. £6
  309. The Making of the Crofting Community by James Hunter. New Edition. P.B. Published in 2000. 11 Chapters, Conclusion and Index. 305 ages. £8
  310. Errol Its Legends, Lands and People by Lawrence Melville. H.B. With D/J Published in 1935. This reprint is from 1985. With Twenty Seven Illustrations. Twenty Nine Chapters and Appendices, and Illustrations. 201 Pages. £15
  311.  A Pictish Trail through the East Neuk of Fife. Visitors Guide to the East Neuk Churches. Pamphlet, printed in 1997. 16 Pages. £5
  312. The Inchyra Ogam by F.T. Wainwright. Booklet, printed in 1958. 11 Pages. £8
  313. The Fifth Report on Researches Into the Medieval Hospital at Soutra Lothian Region Scotland. A4 Size Publication, printed in 1995.98 Pages. £8
  314. The Stone Circle. Gordon’s Early History. Booklet, date of printing unknown. £8
  315. Songs of the Thistle Maple By John MacFarlane. Illustrated by St George Burgoyne. H.B. Published in 1913. 69 Songs and Illustrations. 103 Pages. £15
  316. Crofting People and Politics. Five Decades of the Crofters Commission. P.B. Published in 2005. Contents: Foreword, Introduction, Crofting Looking at the Future, Not Born Every Minute (Crofting 1950’s), Walking and Crofting The 1960’s, Tenure and the Market 1970’s, On the Shoulders of Giants Crofting in the 1980’s, History Will Judge Te 1990’s, Marking Fifty Years of the Crofting Commission -The Crofting Future. P.B. Published in 2005. 91 Pages. £8
  317. Wast Wi Da Valkyries. Poems in English & Shetland Dialect by Christine De Luca. H/B. With D/J Published in 1997. 49 Poems in Total. 91 Pages. £8
  318. Annual of The Royal Caledonian Curling Club for 1981-82. P.B. 460 Pages. £8
  319. The Edinburgh Merchant Company. A Story of Endeavour and Achievement by Rosalind K. Marshall. H.B. With D/J Published in 2015. Ten Chapters, Appendices and Index. Includes Photographs. 214 Pages. £10
  320. Favourite Recipes from the Kitchens of Barvas and Brue. A4 Size Publication with Ring Binding. Contents: Soups, Main Courses, Sweets and Puddings, Baking, Jams, Chutneys and Sweets. £8
  321. Gaelic Place Names of the Lothians by John Milne. H.B. Date of Publishing Unknown. 126 Pages. £20
  322. The George Square Chronicle. The Magazine of George Watson’s Ladies College. Centenary Edition. Vol LX – Part I Summer 1970. A5 Size Publication, 85 Pages. £8
  323. Memoirs of an Eighteenth Century Footman. John Macdonald Travels. (1745-1779) Edited by Sir E. Denison Ross and Eileen Power. With an Introduction by John Beresford. H.B. This is a reprint from January 1928. Contents: Note on the Text and the Illustrations, Introduction, Memoirs of an Eighteenth Century Footman. 256 Pages. £15
  324. Scots Gardens in Old Times (1200-1800) By Elizabeth S. Haldane. With 3 Reproductions in Colour from Paintings by Mary Wilson and Other Illustrators. H.B. Published in 1924. Nine Chapters and Illustrations. 243 Pages. £15
  325. An English Gaelic Dictionary. By John Mackenzie Author of “The Beauties of Gaelic Poetry” Being Part Second to Macalpines Pronouncing Gaelic-English Dictionary. H.B. Originally Published in 1845, this reprint is from 1950. 549 Pages. £8
  326. St Kilda Diary. A Record of the early Re Occupation of St Kilda by Dr David Boddington. P.B. Published in 2010. Nine Chapters and Epilogue. Dr Boddington, Royal Army Medical Corps, was Medical Officer on St Kilda from 1958, this book publishes extracts from his diary,and for the first time a compelling first hand account of life lived to the full at a momentous time in the post evacuation history of St Kilda. 202 Pages. £8
  327. Scottish Customs From the Cradle to the Grave by Margaret Bennett. Part One: Childbirth and Infancy, Part Two: Love, Courtship and Marriage, Part Three: Death and Burial. P.B. Published in 1992, 298 Pages. £10
  328. The Ten Years Conflict. History of the Disruption of The Church of Scotland.By Robert Buchanan. Vol I and II. Vol I has Eight Chapters, 457 Pages. Vol II has Six Chapters, Conclusions and Appendixes. 488 Pages. £65 for both Volumes.
  329. Eilean na h-Oige.The Poems of Fr Allan Macdonald. Edited by Ronald Black. Music Editor Ishabel T. Macdonald. Foreword by Fr Calum MacLellan. P.B. Published in 2002. Contents: Four Tributes to Fr Allan, 55 Poems, Two Translations, Elegies by other Poets, Notes on the Poems, Fr Allan’s Poetry Manuscript, Ethnography, Music, Bibliography of Fr Allan, Abbreviations, First Lines of the Poems, Glossarial Index. Includes Illustrations. 527 Pages. £10
  330. The Highlands and the Highlanders. The Past and Future of a Race. A’ Ghaidhealtachd: Ar Dileab ‘s ar Dochas. Book, printed to coincide with the Empire Exhibition in Glasgow in 1938. Contents: Note by Sir Alexander MacEwan, Poem, Facal Tosich. Part One: The Old Highlands, Part Two: In Days to Be. Includes Illustrations. 165 Pages. £15
  331. The Quiet Heart by Alistair MacLean. Thirty Devotional Studies by the Author of that lovely book –“High Country”. H.B. With D/J Originally Published in 1940, this Third Impression is from 1945. 192 Pages. £10
  332. Leth Cheud Bliadhna. (Contemporary Poems in Gaelic & English) by Ruairidh Macdhomhnaill Bard a Chomuinn 1977-78. P.B. Published in 1978. Subjects are: Beatha agus Creud Life and Creed, Cuan agus Seoladh Sea and Sailing, Gaol de gach Seorsa Love -of all kinds, Eileamaidean agus Nadur Elements and nature, Spors Humour. 60 Pages. Signed by the Author. £8
  333. Church and Parish. With Illustrations by Rev G.W. Walker. Being Brief Historical Papers on the Parishes Within the Presbytery of Cupar. Contents: The Presbytery of Cupar, Historical Papers, Paper on Communion Vessels, List of Ministers from the Reformation to the Present Day, Illustrations. H.B. Published in 1925. 213 Pages. £35
  334. Chum Fios Bhi Aig An Al Ri Teachd. Back Free Church 1891-1991 by Neil Murray. An historical account of the church over a century. A very detailed history in text, records and photographs. Booklet, printed in 1992. 72 Pages. £6
  335. Prose Writings of Donald Mackinnon, 1839-1914. The first Professor of Celtic in the University of Edinburgh. Edited by Lachlan Mackinnon. P.B. Published in 1956. 14 Chapters. 135 Pages. £12
  336. Hentilagers (Maistly Shetlan’) by John Nicolson. Published in Aid of the Gilbert Bain Hospital, Lerwick. Booklet, printed in 1933. Second Edition. 25 Poems In Total. 32 Pages. £8
  337. The Crofters Cartoon Book. Volume 2. Booklet, printed in March 1989. Copyright G.E. Woods. £6
  338. Mull: Monuments and History. An excursion guide by Jean Whitaker. Booklet, originally printed in 1993, this fourth edition is from 2004. 16 Chapters, 3 Maps, Bibliography. 36 Pages. £6
  339. Na h-Eilthirich le Iain Mac a Ghobhainn. Leabhar bardachd, air fhoillseachadh ann an 1983. 32 Duilleag. £5
  340. Shetland by James R. Nicolson. Fourth Edition. H.B. With D/J Published in 1984. 12 Chapters,Glossary, Bibliography, Supplemantary Booklist, Index and Photographs. 246 Pages. £8
  341. Sea Room by Adam Nicolson. The story of one man, three islands and half a million puffins. P.B. Published in 2002. The story of the author’s ownership of the Shiant Islands off the Coast of the Isle of Lewis. 391 Pages. £5
  342. Mod Nan Eilean 1979. Programme from the first National Mod held in the Western Isles in 1979. A5 Size Publication. 104 Pages. £6
  343. A Bird Watcher in the Isle of Harris. Notes and Records 1954-1963 & 1970-1995 by Geoffrey D Wilkinson. Booklet. Contents: Borve Lodge 1954-1963, Laxdale Cottage 1970-1995, Personal Check List, Migrants -Arrival dates, Birding Diary for a Week In Lews and Harris October 1999. Printed in 2002. 39 Pages. £8
  344. St Columba’s (Old Parish) Church, Stornoway. Guild Recipe Book. Contents: Starters, main Courses, Vegetarian, Salads, Desserts, Baking, Confectionary, Preserves, Household Hints, Temperature Guide. Booklet, with ring binding. Printing 2005. 64 Pages. £8
  345. Orain Dhomhnaill Ailein Dhomhnaill na Bainich. The Songs of Donald Allan Macdonald 1906-1992. Edited by John Angus Macdonald. H.B. With D/J Published in 1999. Contents include; Abbreviations, Index of Songs, Index of Lines, Genealogy, Biographical sketch of the BARD, Formative Influences, Collecting and editing the songs, Introductory notes to the songs, Songs and Translations, Background to songs, Tunes, references, etc. 317 Pages. £12
  346. Scottish Clans & Tartans. 150 Illustrations in full colour by Ian Grimble. P.B. Originally published in 1973, this reprint is from 2002. Contents: Map of Scotland, Introduction, Note on Scottish Names, Scottish Clans and Tartans, Index, Acknowledgements. 271 Pages. £6
  347. Kilmuir & Kilmaluag North Skye. Echoes from the Past. A4 Size Publication. Printed in 2006. 42 Chapters which includes many photographs. 124 Pages. £10
  348. Kilmuir & Kilmaluag North Skye. More Echoes from the Past. A4 Size Publication. Printed in 2012. 39 Chapters which includes many photographs. 136 Pages. £10
  349. Penifiler and Heatherfield Recollections. A4 Size Publicaton. 48 Chapters of historical facts and stories, an appendix at the end of the book gives genealogical information on some of the families in the Penifiler,Heatherfield Area. Printed in the 2000’s. 148 Pages. £10
  350. The Celtic Lyre. Gaelic Songs with English Translations. By Fionn. Music in both Notations. 68 Songs in total. H.B. Date of printing unknown. £15
  351. Fuighalaich Eileanach. Iain Mhurchaidh Bhig A Tabost Nis agus Mairi Chaluim Alasdair a Siadair Leis an Urr Iain Macleoid An Eaglais Shaor Barabhas. Booklet, air fhoillseachadh ann an 1947. 23 Duilleag. £5
  352. Boswell on the Grand Tour Italy, Corsica, and France 1765-1766. Edited by Frank Brady, Instructor in English and Frederick A Pottle, Sterling Professor of English Yale University. H.B. Published in 1955. First Edition. Contents: Introduction, Text of Boswell in Italy, 1765, Text of a Journal of a tour to Corsica and Memoirs of Pascal Paoli, Text of the Voyage Home, Correspondence with Girolama Piccolomini, Letters of Rousseau to Therese Le Vasseur, Discarded Portion of Letter from Boswell to Rousseau, Paragraphs from “The London Chronicle” concerning Corsica and Boswell, Index. Illustrations. 356 Pages. £45
  353. My Tartans History. With lists of clans and how to find yours by Rev J.A. Carruth M.A. Booklet, date of printing unknown, but possibly early 1970’s. 30 Pages. £8
  354. John Knox by Ian Murray. The Annual Lecture of the Evangelical Library for 1972. Booklet, printed in 1973. 24 Pages. £6
  355. Sar Orain. Gaelic Poems Edited by Angus Macleod. H.B. Printed in 1933. Contents: Luinneag Mhicleoid, Birlinn Chlann Raghnaill, Moladh Beinn Dobhrain. 232 Pages. £15
  356. Lays of the Scottish Cavaliers and Other Poems by William Edmondstoune Aytoun. Twenty Sixth Edition. Contents: Lays of the Scottish Cavaliers; Eight Poems, Miscellaneous Poems; Nine Poems, Appendix; Examination of the Statement in Mr Macaulay’s History of England, Regarding John Grahame of Claverhouse, Viscount of Dundee. H.B. Fully Rebound published in 1877. 359 Pages. £30
  357. Iona and Staffa via Oban. Nostalgic Album Views by Bob Charnley. P.B. published in 1994. Contents: Oban -Gateway to the Isles of Youth, Glimpses of Oban Past, Behind the doors at 101, George Street, Iona -The Holy Isle, Wondrous Staffa. 96 Pages. £6
  358. St Kilda Portraits by David A. Quine. P.B. Published in 1988. Contents: Portraits: Sir Thomas Dyke Acland, Malcolm Macqueen, The Gillies Family, Alice Maclachlan, Lachlan Macdonald, Calum macdonald, Mary Cameron, John Macleod, John Gladstone, The Mackinnons, The Fergusons, Ralph Wright, Richard Castro. 283 Pages. £12 Signed by the Author,
  359. Diary of Kenneth Macrae. Edited with additional material by Iain H. Murray. The diary covers the years 1912-1963. Rev Macrae served as Minister in the Free Church Congregations of Lochgilphead (1915-1919), Kilmuir (1919-1931) and Stornoway 1931-1964) A Record of fifty years in the Christian Ministry. H.B. With D/J Published in 1980. 21 Chapters. 535 Pages. £10
  360. My Shetland by Annie Deyell. Illustrated by Maxie bain. The author was born in Shetland in 1898, and My Shetland is an eloquent evocation of the Shetland she grew up. P.B. Published in 1978. 102 Pages. £8
  361. Against All Odds. The Birth of Inverness Caledonian Thistle FC by Charles Bannerman. P.B. Published in 1997. This book records how two Inverness Clubs; Caledonian and Thistle, playing Highland League Football became a single unit in the Scottish League which in three years became Division 3 Champions in a brand new stadium at East Longman. 15 Chapters, which includes many photographs. 133 Pages. Signed by the Author. £10
  362. Football In Ness. A History of the Game in North Lewis. By Donald John Campbell, Iain G Macdonald, Donald John Smith and Kenny Macleod. P.B. Published in 2000. 6 Chapters which look at the club, it’s history, triumphs and the lean years. Includes Statistics and a good selection of photographs.97 Pages. £6
  363. Lochs FC A Celebration of 80 Years by Duncan N. Macleod. A4 Size Publication, printed in 2015 and charts the history of the club through the decades from it’s inception in 1934, until 2014. Contains a great deal of statistics and photographs. 83 Pages. £8
  364. Memories of the Island of Scarp by Donald John Macleod. Booklet, printed in 2009. 32 Pages. £6
  365. Harris In History and Legend by Bill Lawson. P.B. Published in 2002, this reprint is from 2011. Contents: The Machair, Tarasaigh, Caol Na Hearadh, Tairbeart and na Baigh, The Forest and Scalpaigh, Hiort (St Kilda), Epilogue, Appendix, References, Picture Credits, Maps, Index of Persons, Index of main Topics, Index of places. 224 Pages. £8
  366. Boswell In Search of a Wife 1766-1769. Edited by Frank Brady and Frederick A. Pottle. H.B. Published in 1956. 1st Contents: Introduction, Text of Boswell in Search of a Wife, 1766-1769, Verses in the Character of a Corsican, Genealogical Tables, Index. Illustrations. 390 Pages. £30
  367. The Jacobite Lairds of Gask by T.L. Kington Oliphant. H.B. Published in 1870. Contents: James Oliphant, Laird of Williamston and Gask, Laurence Oliphant, Laird of Gask, Laurence Oliphant, Laird of Gask, Laurence Oliphant, Laird of Gask, 1792-1819, Laurence Oliphant, Laird of Gask, 1819-1824, James Oliphant, Laird of Gask, 1824-1827,Appendix of Old Papers at Gask. 504 Pages. £85
  368. Mary Macpherson (Mrs Clark) Bean Torra Dhamh The Religious Poetess of Badenoch, Her Poems and Life. The Dancing Sinner Who Became a Saint. Edited by Rev Alexander Macrae. B. Date of printing unknown. 64 Pages. £6
  369. An Toinneamh Diomhair. Na h-Orain aig Murchadh MacPharlain Bard Mhealaboist. H.B. Air fhoillseachadh ann an 1972. 39 Orain uile gu leir. 102 Duilleag. £8
  370. Family Traditions John Macleod, 11 Melbost by Stornoway. Edited by William Cumming. A4 Size Publication, printed in 2018. Contents: An outline family tree, Letter from William Munro to John, Letter from John to his niece, draft letter from John in response to an article in the Stornoway Gazette, Letter from Rev William Matheson to John, John’s biography of his brother Malcolm, John’s memories of childhood events, the claim to be next of kin to the Macleods of Lewis, The tale of two brothers Donald and Torquil Macleod, Draft letter to Brigadier Torquil Macleod, Miscellaneous accounts from within the family. 31 Pages. £8
  371. The Living Past by Donald Macleod. A readable account of the author’s recollections of growing up in Lewis from the Forties to the Sixties. P.B. Originally Published in 2006, this first reprint is from 2007. 28 Chapters. 268 Pages. £6
  372. Eilean Fraoich. Lewis Gaelic Songs and Melodies. A reprint of the original publication which was published in 1938, updated with new material from many Lewis poets of the last 100 plus years. Music accompanies the words to every song. P.B. With Ring Binding printed in 1982. 238 Pages. £10
  373. The Christian. An Elegy in Three Parts by Rev John Macdonald D.D. of Ferintosh. Translated into English by John Macleod D.D. Booklet (pocket sized) printed in 1976. 45 Pages. £8
  374. The Symbol of Division by Rev Ewen Macrury Shiskine Free Church. H.B. Published in 1956. Contents: Religious Uniformity, The Process of Formation, The Influence of the Confession, The Confession and Holy Scripture, The Confession and Holiness, The Confession and Modern Problems. 95 Pages. £10
  375. Dealbh mo Sheanair. Dealbh chluich beag ann an da Shealladh le Seoras Gallda. Leabharann air fhoillseachadh ann an 1936. 11 Duilleagan. £8
  376. Transactions of the Gaelic Society of Inverness. Vol XXXV 1929-1930 With Index. Contents: Portrait of The Right Hon, Lord Strathcarron of Banchor, Biographical Notes on Lord Starthcarron, Introduction and Review, Literary Review, Constitution of the Society, Office Bearers 1929-1930, The Cathach of Calum Cille, Annual Meeting, 1929, A Glenurquhart Land Improvement Schme of the Eighteenth Century, Urquhart Castle, Figs of Urquhart Castle, The Aran Isles, Beachdachadh mu Ainmhidhean na Gaidhealtachd, Annual Dinner 1929, The Scottish Education Bill, 1918, Early Irish Influences in Scotland. Includes a list of members. H.B. 430 Pages. £20
  377. Transactions of the Gaelic Society of Inverness Volume XXXVII 1934-1936. With Index. Contents: Portrait of the Rev Dr Archibald Macdonald, Biographical Notes on Dr Macdonald, Introduction, Office Bearers and Constitution, Some rare Gaelic Words and Phrases, Clann Duiligh: Piobairean Chloinn Ghill Eathain, Realism in Gaelic Poetry, The History of Gaelic in Scotland, Celtic Arts: The Mathematical Basis of the Construction of the Art of the Pictish School, Plates Showing Construction of Celtic Art, Ptolmey’s Map of Britain, Address by Sir J. Iain Macpherson, Anniversary of Culloden 1934, Letter from Sir J. Ian Macpherson, Stories Told When at Ceilidh. List of Members. H.B.463 Pages. £20
  378. Transactions of the Gaelic Society of nverness Volume XXXIX/XL 1942-1950. Contents: Tribute to Mrs Galbraith, Office Bearers from Session 1941-42 to Session 1950-51, Introduction, The Poetry of William Livingstone, Bard Rathuaidhe, Sgeulachdan Nan Uamh, Medicine Among the Gaelic Celts, The Continuance of the Celtic Britons in What Became Scot-Land, Extracts from the Baron Court Books of Menzies, Baideanach, A Complete Theory of the Scots Highland Bagpipe, Extracts from a Lewis MS, The Keppoch Murders. H.B. Which includes a full list of members. 349 Pages. £20
  379. Transactions of the Gaelic Society of Inverness Volume XLI 1951-1952. Coronation Year Issue. Contents: Portrait of Sir Denys Lowson, Bart, Portrait of the Hon Lady Ann Patricia Lowson, Notes on Sir Denis Lawson Bart and the Hon Lady Lowson, Introduction and Review, Literary Review, Office Bearers 1951, 1952, Constitution of the Society, Spioraid a Mhac meanma, Annual Meeting 1951, Notes on Mary Macleod, S Adamnan and his Life of St Columba, An Cubair Collach: Bard Leathanach agus Collach Ainmeil, The Plays of Donald Sinclair, The Celt in Orkney and Shetland, Eightieth Anniversary Dinner 1951. Includes a list of all Members. H.B. 406 Pages. £20
  380. Transactions of the Gaelic Society of Inverness Volume XLII 1953-1959. Contents: Office Bearers From Session 1952-53 to Session 1958-59, Introduction, Dorlach Fhacal, The Druids, Mairearad Nighean Lachlainn, Baideanach (Earrann II), Deat Divination in Scottish Folk Tradition, A Highland Lady of Letters: Mrs Grant of Laggan, Domhnall Donn of Bonhuntin, A Highlandman’s Promise, Some Words Used by Sir Walter Scott in his Writings, Our Forgotten Celtic Heritage, Traditions of the Mathesons, Bishop Carswell, Literature Here Intervenes, Laithean Sona agus Laithean Dona, Carmina Gadelica, Did the People of Lewis Refuse Lord Leverhulmes Schemes?, A Genealogical MS By the Late Rev Donald M Macdonald, Ness, Lewis with Notes by the Contributor, Deserted Hebridean Isles, Colin Campbell of Glenure, The Victim of the Appin Murder, Membership List. H.B. 364 Pages. £20
  381. Transactions of the Gaelic Society of Inverness Volume XLIII 1960-63. Contents: Office Bearers and List of Meetings for Sessions 1959-60 -1962-63, Introduction, Old Highland Records, Some Unrecorded Words and Meanings in the Gaelic of Badenoch, Notes on the Parish of Duthil, George Borrow and the Celts, Differences in Dialect, Vocabulary and General Idiom Between the Islands, Lord Macaulay and the Scottish Highlanders, Notes on Sea Imagery in 17th Century Gaelic Poetry, Notes on the Ness Valley, The Future of Gaelic Literature, The Origina and Development of Crofting law, The Contullich Papers, Some Hebridean Hosts, The West Highland Economy, The MacMhuirich Bardic Family, Gaelic In Highland Education, The Scots Gaelic Bible and Its Historical background, Membership List. H.B. 368 Pages. £15
  382. Transactions of the Gaelic Society of Inverness Volume LII 1980-1982. Contents: Office Bearers For 1980-81, 1981-82, Introduction, Gaelic Schools in Northern Perthshire 1823-1849, The Grianam Case 1734-1781, The Kelp Industry and the Clearances in Harris 18111-1854, Ministear agus Bard Domhnull Domhnallach, Verse, Fragments, Etc From Various Districts, Sgeulachdan Bhearnaraigh, Strath Skye-The End of the Nineteenth Century, A Manuscript by John Crerar (1750-1840), Religion in Gaelic Society, Ministearan an Arain? A Profile of Nineteenth Century Hebridean Moderates, A Social and Economic Survey of the Island of Lewis 1790-1850, Some Thoughts on Gaelic Poetry, Notes on North Uist Families, Aberdeenshire Gaelic, Raining’s School Inverness: A Seed Bed of talent, Highland History -A British Asset. Membership Lo H.B 494 Pages. £15
  383. Transactions of the Gaelic Society of Inverness Volume LIII 1982-1984. Contents: Office Bearers for 1982-83, 1983-84, Introduction, Tribute to Rory Mackay, Some Morvern Songwriters in the Nineteenth Century, Tradition and Innovation in Gaelic Verse Since 1950, The Places Names of Berneray, Researching Gaelic Nicknames, The Bishop of Skye, Sgeulachdan Bhearnaraidh,Gobha na Hearadh, An Educational Miscellany, The Independent Companies of the 1745 Rebelion, Wade in Atholl, The Urquhart Settlement in Nova Scotia, Colin campbell, Minister of Ardchattan, Notes on South Uist families, Sgialachdan a Carlabhaigh, Gunboats to the Hebrides.Membership List. H.B. 582 Pages. £15
  384. Transactions of the Gaelic Society of Inverness Volume LVII 1990-1992. Contents: Office Bearers 1990-91, 1991-92, Introduction, Constitution, Songs of the Balranald Elopement, General Thomason and Ceol Mor, Gaelic Religious Verse from the Fernaig Manuscript, Some Nicolson Traditions, Mo Shuil Ad Dheidh: The Story of an Eighteenth Century Romance, The Potato Famine of 1846 and its Aftermath in Iona and the Ross of Mull, Sgialacdan a Siorramamachd Inbhir Nis, The Worthy Translator -How the Scottish Gaels Got the Scriptures in their Own Language, The Agricultural Elements in Gaelic place names, A Boyhood In An Gearasdan: Notes by the Late Principal Macleod, Drumming Tunes A Study in Gaelic Rat Satires, James Stuart of Dunearn, Clan Sagas and Historical Legends, Glasgow and Gaelic Writing, The Highland and Island Emigration Society 1852-1858. Membership List. H.B. 586 Pages. £15
  385. Transactions of the Gaelic Society of Inverness Volume LVIII 1993-94. Contents: Office Bearers 1992-93, 1993-94, Introduction, Constitution, The Droving Trade in the Records of the Commission of Supply of Argyllshire, Sgeulachdan a Gleann Eilcheag, The Poetry of Donald Allan Macdonald, Gaelic Dictionaries and their Makers, The Catholic Knight of Crofting: Sir Donald Horne MacFarlane, Catholic Kintail: A Marginal Community, An Atholl Boundary, The Limerick and Gaelic Song, Soay: The Island and some of its Folklore, The Agricultural Elements in Gaelic Place Names, Monk, Bishop, Imposter, Pretender: The Place of Wimund in Twelfth Century Scotland, Bonnie Dundee’s Six Weeks in Lochaber, Gaelic Place Names in Strathspey, Social Mobility in Medieval and Early Modern Scottish Gaeldom, The McLagan MSS in Glasgow University, The Kingdom of man and the Isles, Membership List, Index of Transactions. Volumes XLVII to LVIII. H.B. 534 Pages. £15
  386. Transactions of the Gaelic Society of Inverness. Volume LIX 1994-96. Contents: Office Bearers 1994-95, Introduction, Constitution, Looking at Legends in the Supernatural, An t-Eilean Beag Riabhach, Notes on Waternish in the Nineteenth Century, Bad Times Within the Bounds of Badenoch, Shinty: Some Fact and Fiction in the Nineteenth Century, The last warrior Band: The Gallipoli Expedition Seen From a Lewis Perspective, Highlanders in the Forty Five, Mac Mhaighstir Alastair in Rannoch: A Reconstruction, The Rarest Decision Recorded in History: The Battle of the Clans in 1396, Gaelic In Strathspey. List of Members. H.B. 626 Pages. £15
  387. Transactions of the Gaelic Society of Inverness Volume LX. 1997-98. Contents: Office Bearers, Syllabus Session 1996-97, and 1997-98, Introduction, Constitution, The Poetry of Seonaidh phadraig (John Smith) The Earshader Bard, The Political Career of Charles Fraser Macintosh 1874-1892, Gaelic Song and the Dance,In the Glen When I Was Young, Aimhreit an Fhearainn agus Bardachd Leodhais, A Different Drum. A Biographical Note on Sir Alexander MacEwen, Inverness, The Songs of William Smith, John Stuart Blackie (1809 -1895) Classical Celt Extraordinaire of the 19th Century, More than just Mackays and Mercenaries, Gaelic Influences in Scandinavia, 1580-1707, Some Idioms and Expressions from Berneray, The Ancestry of the Macleods Reconsidered, The Discovery of the Gaidhealtachd in Sixteenth Century Scotland, Celtic Renaissance c. 1900-1930, Guidance for Contributors, List of Members and libraries. H.B.  321 Pages. £15
  388. Transactions of the Gaelic Society of Inverness. Volume LXI 1998-2000. Contents: Office Bearers, Syllabus, Sessions 1996-97, and 1997-98, Introduction, Commemorating Culloden, Constitution, The Writer behind the Pen Names: The Rev. Alexander MacGregor, Calbost- A Croftng Village, Completely Depopulated within the 20th Century, The Intermarriage of Some Sutherland and Border Shepherd Families, The Gaelic Of Strathspey and Its Relationship with Other dialects, Emigration and Clearances from the Island of Barra, c1770-1858, Patrick Sellar and his World, Waternish Revisited, Ainmean Aite Gaidhlig Inbhir Nis, The Development of Gaelic Broadcasting, The MSS of Donald MaGregor, Gillean Ghleanndail, For Ever Unfortunate -The Original Clan Chattan, Guidance for Contributors,List of Members and libraries. H.B. 389 Pages. £15
  389. Transactions of the Gaelic Society of Inverness. Volume LXII 2000-2002. Contents: Office Bearers, Syllabus: Sessions 2000-2001 and 2001-2002,Introduction, Abhachadas Nam Bard: In Memoriam Donald Archie Macdonald, Culloden Memorial Address, Address to 2003 Annual Dinner, Constitution, The MacCrimmon Piping Dynasty and its Origins, The macPhedrans of Loch Awe and Loch Fyne, Enticing the Emigrant: Agency Activity in the Highlands, Poetry of the Oral Tradition -How Relevant is it to Gaelic in the 21st Century, The Quest for Gaelic: Charles Loch, Learner and Lexicographer, The Seven Men of Knoydart and The Scottish Highlands in the 1940’s, The Life and Works of Iain Dall MacAoidh, The Macdonalds of Rhetland, South Morar in Scotland and Canada, Faclan ags Abairtean -Ceann a Deas a Eilein Sgitheanaich, Call Gaidhlig ann am Ficseann is ann am Firnn, The Lewis Agency -An Agency for Chane 1943-1954, Religion and the Land Question: The Clerical Evidence to the Napier Commission, The Clan Fraser in Various wars, Pont in the Atholl Landscape, Guidance for Contributors, List of Members and Libraries. H.B. 459 Pages. £15
  390. Transactions of the Gaelic Society of Inverness. Volume LXIII 2002-2004. Contents: Office Bearers, Syllabus: Session 2002-2003, and 2003-2004, Boyhood in Berneray and Kingussie, Culloden Anniversary Address 2004, Culloden Anniversary Address 2005, Constitution, John Roy Stuart: Jacobite Bard of Strathspey, Donald ruadh Macleod: The Old Trojan of Berneray, Bewest the Water, Sheiling Days in Lochalsh, Very Rapid and Splendid Fortunes. Highland Scots in Berbice (Guyana) in the early Nineteenth Century, Notes on People and places along with Traditions Collected by the late Iain R. Mackay, The Beginning of Banking in the Highlands and its Capital, Hand Bells of the Celtic Church in Scotland, The Sutherland Combination Poorhouse, Na Sgriobhaidhean aig an Urr Iiain MacRuairidh, Construction, Contention and Clearance, Life in Badenoch in the Eighteenth Century, Maighstir Eobhan Mac eachainn and the Orthography of Scots Gaelic, A Fieldwork Miscellany, Guidance for Contributors, List of Members and Libraries. H.B. 439 pages. £15
  391. Transactions of the Gaelic Society of Inverness Volume LXIV 2004-2006.Contents: Office Bearers, Syllabus: Sessions, 2004-2005 and 2005-2006, Introduction, Culloden Memorial Service, Culloden Memorial Service, Constitution, Lochaber -The last Bandit Country, c 1600-1750, The Poetry of the Emigrant Generation, Criomagan de Bheul Aithris bho Thaobh Siar Leodhais, King Robert I and the Re Shaping of Northern Scotland, Na Seann Rioghachdan -Scotland’s Ancient Provinces Their Celtic Origins , Names and Territorial Extent, Reclamation of the Valley Strand, North Uist -A Vision Unfullfilled, Sa Choille Ghruamaich: Ceist Cuideachd, Cainnt is Ceilidh, Medical Practices in the Highlands and Islands at the time of the Potato Famine 1845-1855, Malcolm Macfarlane (1853-1931) of Dalavich and Elderslie: Writer, Editor, Composer, Correspondent and Controversialist, Dualachas agus Beul Aithris Lios Mor, Rev Archibald Cook of Daviot, Legends and history of Some Place Names of Raasay, Rona and Eilean Tighe, To Canada and the Cape Travels of my Grandfather the Late Principal John Macleod, An Overview of the Harris Tweed Industry in the 19th and 20th Centuries, Lady Evelyn Stuart Murray’s Collection of Gaelic Folktales, Guidance for Contributors, List of Members and Libraries. H.B. 446 Pages. £15
  392. Island Conversion. The Transition of a Gaelic Poet fro Sceptic to Believer Myles and Margaret Campbell. P.B. Published in 2011. 20 Chapters, Poems, Notes, Appendix and Index. 241 Pages. £6
  393. Tron Bhogha Froise. Sgeulachdan is Bardachd le Alasdair MacAonghais. P.B. Air Fhoillseachadh ann an 1999. 16 Sgeulachdan. 104 Duilleag. £6
  394. Bardachd A Leodhas. Air a chruinneachadh le Tormod Macleoid (Am Bard Bochd) H.B le D/J Air Fhoillseachadh ann an 1969. 12 Caibeadalan uile gu leir le Bardachd bho Bardan Leodhasach as an fhicheadamh linn. 78 Duilleag. £8
  395. Who Owns Scotland Now? The Use and Abuse of Private Land by Auslan Cramb. H.B. With D/J Published in 1996. Contents: Preface, Introduction, The Top Twenty Landowners in Scotland, Major Foreign Landowners, The Estates: Assynt, Letterewe, Mar Lodge, Buccleuch, Atholl, Lochiel, South Uist, Alcan Highland, Sutherland, Seafield, Land Use of the Estates, A Time for a Change, Bibliography. 208 Pages which includes photographs. £10
  396. From Caithness to Kintyre. Historical and Geographical Studies. Four Books in one:They Came From Caithness. A Gallery of Northern Notables being Pen Portraits of Famous Caithnessians by D.P. Thomson, Tales of the Far North West -A Sutherland Miscellany, On The Slopes of the Sidlaws, It Happened in Kintyre. H.B. Published in 1954. £10
  397. A History of Saint John’s Kirk Perth by W. Douglas Simpson. H.B. Published in 1958. 42 Pages. £8
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