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Catalogue 36                    December 2022


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1. The Scottish Highlands Highland Clans & Regiments. With an account of the Gaelic Language, Literature, and Music by the Rev Thomas MacLauchlan, L.L.D, And an Essay on Highland Scenery by the late Professor John Wilson. Edited by John S. Keltie. With the Regimental Portion Brought down to the Present time from official sources by William Melven, M.A. Glasgow. H.B. 5 Volumes. Vol 1 has 336 Pages, Vol II has 336 Pages, Vol III has 337 Pages, Vol IV has 336 Pages, Vol V has 346 Pages. The Volumes are in Three Parts: General History of the Highlands, History of the Highland Clans, History of the Highland Regiments. Includes Plates, Tartans, Officers of the Highland Regiments, Colours of the Highland Regiments. £150

2. From Machair to Mountains. Archaeological Survey and Excavation in South Uist. Edited by Mike Parker Pearson. H.B. With D/J Published in 2011. The book is infour parts: Survey, Excavation, Historical and Geographical Studies, Conclusion. Includes Figures and an Appendix of English-Gaelic glossary of place names. 428 Pages. £65

3. The Life and Letters of an Orkney Reverend George Low 1747-95 Naturalist by Olaf D. Cuthbert. H.B. With D/J Published in 1995. This is a limited edition with only 500 copies printed. Contents: Foreword, Preface, Introduction, A Student of Philosophy, Preacher of the Gospel, The Shetland Jaunt, A Matrimonial Affair, A Poor Trow of an Orkney Bodie, The Druid of Birsay, Another Year Will Do As Well, Epilogue, Tour Through the North Isles and part of Mainland Orkney in the year 1778, The Manuscripts of George Low,Index. Includes Newspaper Cuttings. 128 Pages. £15

4. Stornoway Golf Club Centenary Magazine. 1890-1990. A4 Magazine type publication. Includes short stories, a detailed history of the club, a list of office bearers, photographs, Club Characters, Golfers and Crofters on Melbost Links, The Original Melbost Links, numerous photographs. 60 Pages. £10

5. Muir Is Tir. Lews Castle College 50 Years On. A4 Size Colour Publication. 1953- 2003. Contents includes; Introduction, Individual Achievements, View from Westminster and Edinburgh, Castle Trust, Building and Opening of New Campus, Rural Development, Role of College, Gaelic, Earlier Years, Colaisde Bheinn a Faoghla, etc. Includes Photographs. 64 Pages. £10

6. Small Talk with All Change Here. Autobiographical writings of Naomi Mitchsion.

P.B. Published in 1988, this edition was published in 2000. 15 Chapters and Photographs. 158 Pages. £8

7. Peebles Railways by Peter Marshall. P.B. Published in 2005. Eight Chapters, 4 Appendixes, Bibliography, Acknowledgements and Index. Includes Photographs. 240 Pages. £10

8. Tales of the Western Isles by Wendy Wood. H.B. Published in 1952. 17 Tales and Illustrations. 136 Pages. £10

9. Strath Fillan and Glen Dochart in Bygone Days. Being Notes Upon The Legends and History of Crianlarich, Tyndrum and the Neighbourhood. Booklet, date of printing unknown. Contents: Strath Fillan and Glen Dochart, A Natural Centre for Tourists, Topographical and General; The Glens, Roads and Rivers of the District, St Fillan and His Strath, The Burial of St Fillan, Bruce in Strath Fillan, The Clans of the District and Their Feuds, etc, etc. 54 Pages. £20

10. The Black Isle Local History and Archaeology Guidebook No 3 by Edward Meldrum. Booklet, printed in 1979. Contents: Introductory Note, Historical Survey, Routes: 1. Kessock-Munlochy-Avoch, 2 Muir of Ord -Killearnan Tore, 3. Fortrose, Rosemarkie, Killen, 4. Ethie,Cromarty, Poyntzfield, Balbair, Culbokie, Cononbridge, Suggested References, Chronological Chart. 33 Pages. £8

11. Sgriobhaidhean Choinnich Mhicleoid. The Gaelic Prose of Kenneth Macleod. Edited by Thomas Moffatt Murchison. H.B. With D/J Published in 1988. 33 Pieces of Prose in Total and a Biographical sketch of the Author. 186 Pages. Bottom of the pages show signs of dampness but they have dried. Ex Library. £8

12. An Aghaidh Choimheach le Iain Moireach. H.B. Air Fhoillseachadh ann an 1973. 12 Sgeulachdan. 122 Duilleag. £8

13. The Auld Alliance. The Franco Scottish Connection by Gordon Donaldson. Saltire Pamphlets New Series 6. Booklet, printed in 1985. 32 Pages. £6

14. Peat Smoke and Spirit A Portrait of Islay and Its Whiskies by Andrew Jefford.

P.B. Published in 2004. This P.B. Edition was Published in 2005. 8 Chapters, Distilleries Past and Present, Glossary, Bibliography, Index.Illustrations, Map of Islay. 406 Pages. £8

15. Few Saints, Many Sinners. A look at the commissioners of The First General Assembley of the Kirk of Scotland held on 20th December 1560. By B.A. Myers. Edited by A. Sinclair Horne. P.B. Published in 2002.153 Pages. £6

16. The Kingdom of MacBrayne by Nick S. Robins and Donald E. Meek. H.B. With D/J Published in 2006. From steamships to car ferries in the West Highlands and Islands 1820-2005. 12 Chapters. Appendixes: Profiles and Designs, Letters from McCallum and Orme and Western Ferries, Bibliography, Acknowledgements and Index. Includes Index. Ex Library. 275 Pages. £15

17. Learning From Lord Mackay. Life and Work in Two Kingdoms. J. Cameron Fraser. Foreword by Sinclair B. Ferguson.P.B. Published in 2017. Contents: Foreword, Preface, Introducing Two Kingdoms, Introducing Lord Mackay: Life and Work, Learning From Lord Mackay, Locating Lord Mackay, Two Appendixes and Photographs. 128 Pages. £6

18. Aspects of Orkney. This Great Harbour. Scapa Flow by W.S. Hewison. H.B. With D/J Published in 1985. 40 Chapters, Epilogue, Abbreviations, Appendices, Notes, Bibliography, Index of Ships, General Index. Photographs. Includes Newspaper Cuttings about the Book. Over 400 Pages. £15

19. Aspects of Orkney. The People of Orkney edited by R.J. Berry and H.N. Firth.

H.B. With D/J Published in 1986. 13 Chapters, Appendices, Notes and References, List of Figures, List of Photographs, List of Tables, Index. 346 Pages. Includes Newspaper Cuttings. £15

20. Consider the Lillies. This is a novel about the Highland Clearances. Opinions from Ian Grimble, Neil M. Gunn, Edwin Morgan, John Prebble, Martin Seymour Smith. H.B. With D/J Published in 1968. 1st Edition. Edited by Iain Crichton Smith. Includes a newspaper cutting. 192 Pages. £8

21. The Uists and Barra by Francis Thompson. H.B. With D/J Published in 1974. 1st Edition. Contents: Introduction to the Islands, North Uist, Benbecula, South Uist, Barra, Eriskay, Vatersay, The Small Islands, Bibliography, Author’s Note, Index. 204 Pages. £10

22. The History of Loch Morlich Hostel by John Rosenfield. P.B. Published in 2013. 8 Chapters, Foreword, Prologue and Epilogue. Includes Photographs. Signed by the Author. 139 Pages. £8

23. Memories of the Life and Times of Calum MacFhearghais. Casan Searraich. Sunbeams in Memory. H.B. Published in 2014. Contents: The World of my Childhood, School & Education, The Second World War 1939-45, Out of the Slough (1946-1950), Life in the Lowlands (1954-62), BBC (Edinburgh), Higher Education (1971-89), Old Age and Retirement. The Book is bilingual and includes many photographs. 443 Pages. £10

24. Crotal & White Scenes from a Hebridean Boyhood by Finlay J. Macdonald. H.B. With D/J Published in 1983. 14 Chapters. £8

25. The Story of May Island. Published by Largo Field Studies Society Upper Largo Fife. A4 Size Publication. 15 Pages. Printed in 1984. Includes a letter from the Publishers to the Purchaser of the Publication. £10

26. Iron Road to the Isles. A Travellers & Tourists Guide to the West Highland Lines by Michael Pearson. P.B. Published in early 2000’s. Includes Text with photographs and contains everything the Traveller and Tourist needs to know about the Lines. £6

27. Iron Road to the Highlands. A Travellers and Tourists Guide to the Highland Line: Perth -Inverness by Michael Pearson. Text and Photographs. P.B. Published Early 2000’s. £6

28. The Archaeological Sites and Monuments of North East Inverness. Inverness District. Highland Region. A4 Size Publication. Date of Printing Unknown. 35 Pages Plus Maps. £15

29. The Berwickshire Coast by Lawson Wood. P.B. Published in 1998. 95 Pages of Photographs and Text. £10

30. Otter Survey of Scotland 1977-79. The Vincent Wildlife Trust. A4 Size Publication. The book is in six sections and includes a summary. 46 Pages. £10

31. Views on the West Highland, Invergarry & Mallaig Railways. H.B. Date of Publication Unknown. 24 Views in total. £35

32. The West Highland Mallaig Extension in BR Days by Tom Noble. H.B. With D/J Published in 1989. 112 Pages. £8

33. Jura -Taste Island Life. H.B. With D/J Published in 2006. With Contributions by Alexander McCall Smith, Ellen Himelfarb, Kathleen Jaimie, Liz Lochhead, Sir Bernard Crick and Charles Maclean. Contents: Taste Island Life, Jura House Gardens, The Estates of Jura, Jura Craighouse Bay, Whisky Distilling on Jura, The People of Jura, The Jura Lodge, George Orwell on Jura, Winter Retreat Programme, The Jura Range, Notes on Contributors, Picture Index. 94 Pages. £12

34. Botanical Society of Edinburgh Transactions Volo 42 Part 4 1976. Booklet. 155 Pages. Contents: The Infralittoral Marine Algae of Sullom Voe, The Karyotype of Iris pseudacorus, The meaning and definition of Machair, Machair Zonation of the Monach Isles, The Bioclimate of Scotland in relation to a World System of Classification and to Land Use Capability, The Effect of Herring Gulls on the Vegetation of the Isle of May, The Flora of the Flannel Isles, Triticale -An Inter generic hubrid, Plants, Botanists and the Energy Crisis, Cryptogamic Meeting Report, 1974, Fifteenth Annual Research Symposium University of Glasgow, 1975,. £8

35. Scotland’s Inland Waterways by PJG Ransom. P.B. Published in 1999. 5 Chapters, Further Reading, Places to Visit, Useful addresses, Index. 80 Pages. £8

36. The Highland Clearances by John Prebble. H.B. With D/J Published in 1963. 1st Edition. 6 Chapters, Appendix, Acknowledgements, Bibliography, Index. 352 Pages. £15

37. Teine Ceann Foid le Ailean Caimbeul MacGilleathain. Eadar theangaichte le Pol MacAonghais. P.B. Air fhoillsaechadh ann an 1967. 16 Caibidealan. 110 Duilleagan. £6

38. Popular Religion in Lewis From the Middle Ages to our own Time. Le Dr Domhnall Uilleam Stiubhart Sabhail Mor Ostaig. Urras Eaglais na h-Aoidhe 2014 Colm Cille Lecture. Booklet, 27 Pages. £6 

39. The Way of Salvation by Rev Donald Gillies (Agnes Street Presbyterian Church, Belfast) Booklet. Printed in 1962. 36 Pages. £6

40 Surnames and Clansmen Border Family History in Earlier Days by Michael Robson. P.B. Published in 1998. Ten Chapters and an Index of Surnames. 200 Pages. £10

41. Magnus by George Mackay Brown. H.B. With D/J Published in 1974. 1st Edition. A novel. 206 Pages. £10

42. Loaves and Fishes Poems by George Mackay Brown. H.B. With D/J Published in 1959. 1st Edition. Part One: The Drowning Wave. Part Two: Crofts Along the Shore, Part Three: The Redeeming Wave. 46 Pages. £10

43. Celtic Myth and Legend by Charles Squire. P.B. Published in 1975. Contents include; The Interest and Importance of Celtic Mythology, The Gaelic Gods and Their Stories, The British Gods and Their Stories, Survivals of the Celtic Paganism. Includes Plates. 450 Pages. £8

44. Mountaineering in Scotland by W.H. Murray. Illustrated with 32 pages of photographs and 5 pages of Maps and Diagrams. H.B. Published in 1947. 1st Edition. Twenty Three Chapters. 252 Pages. £12

45. Dealbh Duthcha. Ainmean Aite Bhradhagair agus Arnoil. A Map of Bragar and Arnol Place Names. Printed in 2017. £6

46. Edwin Muir a Brief Memoir by George Mackay Brown. H.B. Published in 1975. 16 Pages. This edition was limited to 160 copies. £12

47. The Sea Kings Daughter & Eureka by George Mackay Brown. Illustrations by Alan Watson & Erlend Brown. P.B. Published in 1991. 113 Pages. £10

48. The Hebrides in Old Picture Postcards. By Francis Thompson. H.B. Published in 1989. 76 Postcards with Text. £10

49. Stirling Castle Argyll’s Lodging and Mars Wark. Official Souvenir Guide. P.B. Published in 2011. Contents: Stirling Castle, The History of Stirling Castle, Argyll’s Lodging, Mars Wark. 88 Pages. £8

50. St Andrews Cathedral. The Official Souvenir Guide. P.B. Published in 1993, this reprint is from 1999. 32 Pages. £8

51. The Teampall on the Isle of Pabby by Bill Lawson. A Harris Church in its Historical Setting. Booklet, printed in 1994. Contents: Prologue -The Castle, The Battle, The Duel, Clann Alasdair Ruaidh, The Teampall, The Sand storm, Alexander Macleod, William MacNeil, Thomas Noble, The Coopers, The Clearance, Cape Breton, Taghay, The Bard, Epilogue -Pabbau Today, Appendix, Further Reading. 44 Pages. £8

52. The Great Betrayal. The True Story of Brexit by Rod Liddle. H.B. With D/J Published in 2019.16 Chapters, Article 50, Acknowledgements. 178 Pages. £6

53. Rona The Distant Island by Michael Robson. H.B. With D/J Published in 1991. Contents: An Older World, Tenants and Crofting, Visitors Days, Affections of the Ness People. Includes Photographs. The most comprehensive book ever written on the Island of Rona and its inhabitants.178 Pages. £10

54. The Life of John Milne of Perth by Horatius Bonar. H.B. With D/J Published in 2010. This publication was first published in 1869. 18 Chapters. 456 Pages. The story of John Milne 1807-68 who was a minister of St Leonard’s in Perth.

55. The Isles are my Delight. Tales of a Tweed Trotter in the Outer Hebrides. By Winifred A. Shand. The Author spent a number of years as the Organiser for the Highland Home Industries in South Uist in the late 1940’s and early 1950’s. 63 Chapters. 185 Pages. £15

56. New Ways Through the Glens by A.R.B. Haldane. H.B. With D/J Published in 1962, this edition is from 1995. Highland Road, Bridge and Canal Makers of the Early Nineteenth Century. 12 Chapters, Appendices, Bibliography, Index. 247 Pages. £10

57. A Royal Visit to the Western Isles. The Queen’s Visit to the Western Isles to celebrate the Golden Jubilee in 2002. A4 Colour Publication. 23 Pages of Photographs. £10

58. Teach Yourself Gaelic Dictionary. By Boyd Robertson and Ian Macdonald. P.B. Published in 2004. Contains over 24.000 definitions. 320 Pages. £8

59. The Wallace Memorial Stone by Norman Macleod. P.B. Published in 2005. A Biography of those who were involved with the Committee. 83 Pages. £8

60. Tugainn Do Scalpaidh. Seonaidh Moireasdan. Bardachd Sheonaidh Fhionnlaigh. Booklet, air fhoillseachadh ann an 1999. Facal toisich le Fred Macamhlaidh mu beatha agus bardachd Sheonaidh. 32 Piosan bardachd. 66 Duilleagan. £8

61. St Columba of Iona by Lucy Menzies. H.B. With D/J Published in 1949, this edition is from 1954. A Short Account of His Life. 15 Chapters, Note on the Subsequent History of the Columbian Church, Note on the Cathach or Battle Book. 150 Pages. £10

62. Letters to Gypsy by George Mackay Brown. Pictures by Simon Fraser. H.B. With D/J Published in 1990. Short Stories. 136 Pages. £10

63. The Masked Fishermen and Other Stories by George Mackay Brown. H.B. With D/J Published in 1989. 21 Short Stories in Total. 214 Pages. £8

64. Islands in the Sound. Wildlife in the Hebrides by Alison Johnson. H.B. With D/J Published in 1989. 16 Chapters and Afterword. Signed by the Illustrator and Includes a newspaper cutting with a review of the book. 191 Pages. £10

65. Victorian and Edwardian Glasgow from old photographs by Maurice Lindsay. H.B. With D/J Published in 1987. 107 Pages. £8

66. Lewis A History of the Island by Donald Macdonald. H.B. With D/J Published in 1978. 1st Edition. One of most comprehensive books ever written about the history of the Isle of Lewis.24 Chapters, Bibliography, Official Sources of Material, Chapter Notes, Index. Includes chapters on the Macleod’s, Mackenzies and Mathesons. 224 Pages. £10

67. Devil in the Wind By Charles Macleod. H.B. With D/J Published in 1979. The story of an island wedding in the 1950’s and how nature intervened when a phenomenal blizzard struck the island on the eve of the wedding. 23 Chapters. 208 Pages. £8

68. Saved at a Highland Sheiling by John M Nicolson. Booklet, date of printing unknown. 8 Pages. £6

69. Brigh Mo Sheanachais le Coinneach Iain Mac a’ Ghobhainn. H.B. Air fhoillseachadh as na 70’an. 11 Laoidhean spioradail. 39 Taobh Duilleag. £8

70. Uig 2000. Portrait of an island Community. A photographic Record of each household in the district of Uig, Isle of Lewis in the year 2000. P.B. Published in 2001. 112 Pages. £10

71. Gartloch Hospital 100 Years by Guthrie Hutton. P.B. Published in 1994. Photographs and Text. 57 Pages. £8. Signed by the Author.

72. Notice of a Charter of Confirmation by King Frederick The Third of Denmark and Norway (1662) and Other Documents in the Norse Language Relating to Shetland by Gilbert Goudie. Booklet, date of Printing Unknown. 45 Pages. £20

73. Some Vine Scrolls and Other Patterns in Embossed Metal From Dumfriesshire by Liam De Paor. Reprinted from the Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland Vol. XCIV Session 1960-61. Booklet. 13 Pages. £10

74. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland. Volume 126 (1996) The context of the Dupplin cross: a reconsideration. 3 Pages. £5

75. Biographical Note on Robert Corsane Reid 1882-1963. Reprinted from the Transactions of the Dumfriesshire and Galloway Natural History Society and Antiquarian Society Vol XLVII 1970. Booklet, 12 Pages. £6

76. The Shetland Boat. South Mainland and fair Isle by Adrian G Osler. P.B. Date of Publishing Unknown. Contents: Part One: Background, Part Two: Boats of the District. Conclusion, Acknowledgements, Glossary and Terminology, Appendix, References, Selected Bibliography, Index of Place Names. 120 Pages. £10

77. Building St Magnus Cathedral Kirkwall by Ruairidh Macleod. Booklet, printed in 1994. A book which is beautifully illustrated with a text which outlines the main developments in the building of St Magnus Cathedral. 80 Pages. £15

78. Pictorial History of Arran. Compiled by Andrew Boyle. P.B. Date of Printing Unknown. 19 Chapters of Text and Photographs. 100 Pages. £8

79. Highlands & Islands. A Generation of Progress. Edited by Alastair Hetherington. H.B. With D/J Published in 1990.Contents include; Northern Scotland, Four Personal Perspectives, A Long Term Assessment, The Land, Crofters and Crofting, The Sea, Industry, Leisure, Sport, The North and Western Isles, Oil, Gaelic’s Recovery, Sport, Culture and Communications -Shinty, The Press in the North, The West Highland Free Press. Contributions from a fine team of writers associated with the Highlands and Islands through the decades. 239 Pages. £10

80. Taisbeanadh Eoin an Diadhair. Booklet, leth bhreac dhan an eadar theangachadh Gaidhlig a chaidh fhoillseachadh ann an 1910. 20 Duilleag. £5

81. An Eaglais Shaor ann an Leodhas 1843-1900 le Domhnall MacIlliosa. H.B. Le D/J air fhoillseachadh ann an 1981. 21 Caibideal. Ceithir searmonan Beurla. 134 Taobh Duilleag. £8

82. Mary Macpherson (Mrs Clark) Bean Torra Dhamh. The Religious Poetess of Badenoch. Her Poems and Life. Edited by Rev Alexander Macrae. H.B. (Rare to see a HB copy of this book) Includes a biography and 7 of her religious poems. 72 Pages. £8

83. Tikka Look at Me Now. Charan Gill. The Autobiography. P.B. Published in 2006. The autobiography of the man who built up the Harlequin Leisure Group into the biggest chain of Indian Restaurants in Europe. 47 Chapters and Photographs. 271 Pages. £8

84. Edinburgh in the ‘45. Bonnie Prince Charlie at Holyrood by John Sibbald Gibson. P.B. Published in 1995. 5 Chapters. 65 Pages. £8

85. A School in South Uist. Reminiscences of a Hebridean Schoolmaster,1890- 1913. Edited by John Lorne Campbell.H.B. With D/J Published in 1964. 1st Edition. Foreword by Kate Macphee, Introduction by John Lorne Campbell, Preface by F.G. Rea, A School in South Uist, Index. Includes Plates. 214 Pages. Part of back cover torn. £10

86. Preacher to the Remnant. The Story of James Renwick. By Maurice Grant. H.B. With D/J Published in 2009. 20 Chapters, 3 Appendixes, Select Bibliography, Notes, Index. 280 Pagesw. £8

87. Bannaimh Nach Gann. A bhardachd aig An t-Urramach Murchadh Mac a Ghobhainn 1878-1936. P.B. Air Fhoillseachadh ann an 2014. Cunntas mu bheatha a Bhaird agus cunntasan eile agus piosan bardachd.126 Duilleagan. £6

88. South Lochs in the Leverhulme Era. A Community in Crisis by Monique Watt. Booklet, printed in 2012. 48 Pages. £6

89. Old South Uist. By Bill Innes. Booklet, with photographs and text accompanies the photographs. 49 Pages. £8

90. The Pocket Gaelic-English English -Gaelic Dictionary. Compiled by Angus Watson. P.B. Published in 2015. 280 Pages. £8

91. Sermons by the late Rev John Macsween. Includes a detailed biography. 20 Sermons in Total. P.B. Published in 1999. 135 Pages. £8

92. Polly The True Story Behind Whisky Galore by Roger Hutchinson. Foreword by Derek Cooper. P.B. Published in 1990, this edition is from 2003. Eight Chapters, Foreword, Preface, Preface to the 1998 Edition, Postscript, Bibliography, Index. 155 Pages. £8

93. The Barlinnie Story by Robert Jeffrey. Riots, Death, Retribution, Redemption in Scotland’s Infamous Prison. P.B. Published in 2009, this edition is from 2011. 14 Chapters, Barlinnie Timeline, Governers of Barlinnie Prison, Index. 244 Pages. £6

94. Inveraray and the Dukes of Argyll. By Ian G. Lindsay & Mary Cosh. H.B. Published in 1973. 1st Edition. Contents: The New Duke, Duke Archibald’s Castle, The Setting, Inveraray New Town, Interregnum, The Castle, Building the Policies, The New Town, Last Years of the Fifth Duke, Decline and Revival, Epilogue. 487 Pages. £65

95. Excavations on Oronsay. Prehistoric Human Ecology on a Small Island by Paul Mellars. H.B. With D/J Published in 1987. 16 Chapters, Introduction, Acknowledgements, Contributors, Index. 306 Pages. £45

96. Hebridean Heroines by Catherine M. Morrison. Twentieth Century Queen’s Nurses (1940’s -1970’s) P.B. Published in 2017. Eleven Chapters, Bibliography, Appendices, About the Author. 121 Pages. £8

97. When God Came Down. An account of the North Uist Revival of 1957-58. Edited by John Ferguson. Foreword by Colin N Peckham of the Faith Mission. P.B. Published in 2000. 7 Chapters and Photographs and includes testimonies. 95 Pages. £6

98. Scotland’s Malt Whiskies. A Dram by Dram Guide. P.B. Published in 1988. Revised Edition. 63 Malt’s in Total, A list of Distilleries to visit, Whisky Stockists, Further Reading. 126 Pages. £6 

99. The Song of the Sandpiper. Memoirs of a Scottish Naturalist. J. Morton Boyd.

H.B. With D/J Published in 1999. 15 Chapters and Photographs. 240 Pages. £8

100. Various Editions of the Gaelic Quarterly Magazine Published between 1952 and 2002. £1.50 per issue.

101. Snow on the Ben. A guide to the ‘Real’ Inverness & Highlands by Rab MacWilliam. P.B. Published in July 2015. Ninth Impression. 144 Pages. £6

102. Inverewe. A National Trust for Scotland Publication. Contents: The Making of the Garden, Foreword, A Walk Around the Garden, The Drive, Facts and Figures about the Garden, Plant List and Map. Written by J.E. Robson. Booklet, Printed in 1988. £8

103. The Appin Murder by Angus Matheson. Booklet, printed in 1975.A traditional account reprinted from Vol XXXV of the Transactions of the Gaelic Society of Inverness. 64 Pages. £8

104. Loch Ness and The Great Glen. By Barrie Robertson. Illustrated. Including Photographs on the Loch Ness monsters by Frank Searle. Some of its History, Scenery and Topography Booklet, 23 Pages. £6

105. Highland Waterway. The Caledonian Canal by Francis Thompson. A Highland Chapbook. No 1. Booklet, 20 Pages. £8

106. A Scot At Westminster. The Autobiography of Donald Stewart the SNP MP For The Western Isles 1970-1987. Edited with new material by Mary Stewart Mackinnon. P.B. Published in 1994. 21 Chapters, Epilogue and Index. Includes Photographs. 131 Pages. £8

107. Uist Dyes Crotal Colours by Flora Macdonald Booklet, printed in 2015. 57 Pages. £8

108. Oasis of the North A Highland Dawn Macleod. H.B. With D/J Published in 1958, this second impression is from 1959.22 Chapters. 264 Pages. £8

109. From Nature to Grace by Malcolm Macleod, Skye. Pamphlet. Printed in 1976. 23 Pages. £8

110. Memories of My Father. A Biography of Rev Murdo Maculay 1907-2001. Includes Edited Sermon Notes from Hebridean Newspaper by Donald John Macaulay. H.B. With D/J Published in 2018. 563 Pages. £12

111. Crofting Agriculture -Its Practice in the West Highlands and Islands by F.Fraser Darling. P.B. Contents: The Soil, Plant Foods, The Management of Grass, The Conservation of Winter Fodder, The Control of Weeds, Planning for the Spring Work, Growing Early Potatoes, The Problem of Shelter, The Crofter’s Cow, The Principles of Feeding Animals, The Crofters Sheep, Agriculture Arithmetic. 163 Pages. £15

112. The Immortal Isles by Seton Gordon. Foreword by Adam Watson. With 24 Headpieces by Finlay Mackinnon and 37 Photographs by the Author. P.B. Published in 1979.24 Chapters and Illustrations. 227 Pages. £8

113. The New Caithness Book. Edited by Donald Omand. H.B. With D/J Published in 1989. 17 Chapters, Figures and Plates. 239 Pages. £15

114. Contested Mountains. Nature, Development and Environment in the Cairngorms Region of Scotland 1880-1980 by Robert A. Lambert. H.B Published in 2001.11 Chapters, Bibliography, Index and Maps. 310 Pages. £10

115. Touring Scotland -Wester Ross ( Kintail to Torridon)by Ross Finlay. H.B. With D/J Published in 1971. 12 Chapters and Index of Places. Includes Illustrations. 238 Pages. £12

116. David I C1080-1124-1153. A Study in Principles of Administration being a lecture delivered to The Edinburgh Branch of the Saltire Society on 10th October 1953 by Agnes Mure Mackenzie. Pamhplet. 26 Pages. £8

117. The Grahams and the New Donalds. Second Edition compiled by Alan Dawson also including Grahamamist and Donaldist data by Dave Hewitt. Booklet, second edition printed in 1999. 32 Pages. £6

118. Exploring Strathclyde by Rail. Featuring 21 walks and trails for day trips around Glasgow by Tom Noble. Booklet, printed in 1990. Contents: Glasgow Trails, Coast and Country, Town Trails, Western Islands, Map of Walks, Useful Information. 144 Pagee. £8

119. Scottish Estate Tweeds. Johnstons of Elgin. By E.P. Harrison. H.B. With D/J Published in 1995. Contents: The Story of Scottish Estate Tweeds, The Story of Johnstons of Elgin, The Estate Tweed Plates, A Glossary of Spinning and Weaving Terms, Index. 192 Pages. £20

120. An Seann Chladh. A Record of Memorial Stones in the Swainbost Old Cemetery, Ness, Isle of Lewis. A4 Size Publication. Printed in 2004. Contents: Historical Context, Local Context, Statistical Note, Teampall Pheadair, The Natural History of the Site, Index of Memorial Stones, Location Chart, The Memorial Stones. 72 Pages. £10

121. Scottish Gaelic Studies Vol II Pt 2 February 1928. Contents: The Life of St Columba, from the Edinburgh MS, 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, Index and Title Page to Vol II. 128 Pages. £20

122. Scottish Gaelic Studies Vol III, Pt 1. September 1929. Contents: The River name ‘Tweed’, Comh abartachd eadar Cas Shiubhal an tShleibhe agus a Chailleach Bheurr, Etymological Notes, A tale of Doomsday Colum Cille should not have been told, Supplementary note to S.G.S. 11 154 (life of St Columba), The Origins of the Ogam Alphabet, The late Mrs W.J. Watson. 98 Pages.£20

123. Scottish Gaelic Studies Vol III, Pt 2 April 1931. Contents: The Scottish Davach or Dauch, Some Verbal Forms in Scottish Gaelic, Manz and Ulster Irish, Notes on some Place names in Ptolemy, Unpublished Gaelic Poetry, Canain nan Eun, Addenda et Corrigenda to S.G.S. 111, An Aberdeenshire Cairn and its Tradition, Varia. 114 Pages. £20

124. Scottish Gaelic Studies Vol IV Pt 1. July 1934. Contents: Lug Sceith Scal Find, Some Notes on the Poems of Alexander Macdonald, The Lost Song of the Forty Five, Indexes to the Book of the Dean of Lismore, Address to Aonghus of Islay, Gaelic MS 63 of the National Library. 96 Pages. £20

125. Scottish Gaelic Studies Vol IV PT 11. November 1935. Contents: Imbas Forosnai, Address to Semas mac Aonghais, Duan na Caisg, Gaelic MS 63 of the National library. Book Reviews. 212 Pages. £20

126. Scottish Gaelic Studies Vol V Pt 1. April 1938. Contents: Mesca Ulad, Scottish Gaelic and History of Irish, Notes on the Dialect of Barra, New Light on the Book of Deer, Gaelic Notitiae in the Book of Deer, Pe(t) in Place Names, The Name Alba, An Early Scottish Gaelic Vocabulary. Book Reviews. 100 Pages. £20

127. Scottish Gaelic Studies Pt 2 Sept 1942. Contents: A Hiberno Scottish Family, Geilt, The Mounth Roads, Varia, Some Thoughts on the Celtic Church in Scotland, The late Francis C Diack, The late Professor J. Carmichael Watson, Book Reviews. 198 Pages. £20

128. Scottish Gaelic Studies Vol VI Pt 1. Sept 1947. Contents: The Lamentation of Oilill Olum, James Macpherson and the Book of the Dean of Lismore, Some Words from the Vocabulary of Alexander Macdonald, The Second Edition of Alexander Macdonald’s Poems, Pools on the River Dee, Erc Daughter of Loarn, The Bull of Hadrian IV and the Northern Marches, Notes on the Gaelic of Port Hood, Nova Scotia, The Late Prof John Fraser. 111 Pages. £20

129. Scottish Gaelic Studies Vol VI Pt 2 Sept 1949. Contents: The Persistence of Gaelic in Galloway and Carrick, The Pictish Names of a District in Eastern Scotland, The Trinity College text of Serglige Con Culainn, More Tales from Port Hood Nova Scotia, The Story of Macbeth, Hiatus in Hebridean Place Names, The Late Prof W.J. Watson, Book Review. 112 Pages. £20

130. Scottish Gaelic Studies Vol 111 Pt 1. May 1951. Contents: The Story of Macbeth, The Persistence of Gaelic in Galloway and carrick, The Wasting Sickness of Cu Chulainn, Aedan Mac Gabrain, Treaty between Argyll and O’ Donnell, The late Dr George Duncan. 104 Pages. £20

131. Scottish Gaelic Studies Vol VII Pt 2 August 1953. Contents: The Scotic Curach, The Lost Literature of Celtic Scotland, Emblems of the Gael, Dr Stuart and the ‘ Gilleserfs’ of Clackmannan, Lexicographical Notes, Modern Scottish Gaelic Poetry. 104 Pages. £20

132. Scottish Gaelic Studies Vol VIII Pt 1. December 1955. Contents: Scottish folk Poetry Ante 1650, Letter to John Aubrey from Professor James Garden, An Elegy to Ruairidh Mor, Note concerning the date of Composition of Mac mhaighstir Alasdair’s Oran a Gheamhraidh, Pictish and Celtic Marriage in Early Literary Tradition. 115 Pages. £20

133. Scottish Gaelic Studies Vol VIII Pt 2. December 1958. Contents: Eileach an Naoimh Reconsidered, The Story of Mac Datho’s Pig, The Name Pict, Catalogue of the Ossianic Ballads in MacLagan MSS, Book Reviews. 115 Pages. £20

134. Scottish Gaelic Studies Vol IX Pt 1 April 1961. Contents: Is daor a cheannaich mi’n t-iasgach, Mclagan Manuscript 180, The Royal Payment of Mackay’s Regiment, The Royal Irish Academy Text of Birlinn Chlann Raghnaill, A note on Feasgar Luain, Bualadh Bhrog, Varia, Book Reviews. 102 Pages. £20

135. Scottish Gaelic Studies Vol IX Pt 2. March 1962. Contents: Na Leig mo Mhealladh a Mhuire, On the Frequency of Norse Loanwords in Scottish Gaelic, Scottish Gaelic wcas, ucsa (ugsa) 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. 115 Pages. £20

136. Scottish Gaelic Studies Vol X Pt 1 August 1963. Contents: More Thoughts on the Celtic Church, Glenalladale’s Settlement Prince Edward Island, Lochaber Bards, Bilingualism and the School, Etymological Varia, Scottish Gaelic wcas, ucsa once more, Norse Loanwords in Manx, Disputed Reading in “Cumha Ghriogair Mhic Ghriogair, On Palatalized Labials in Scottish Gaelic, Some Norse place names in Trotternish Isle of Skye, Book reviews. 123 Pages. £15

137. Scottish Gaelic Studies X1 Pt 1 December 1966. Contents: Gaelic Songs of Mary Macleod, A Poem in the Stewart Collection, Some Rare Hebridean Gaelic Words and Phrases, The Syntax of the Old Irish Verb, Palatalization of Labials in Scottish gaelic and Some Related Problems in Phonology, Noa Terms of the Gaelic Fishermen, The Rev Alexander Pope’s Letters to James Hogg, 1774, The Convention of Druim Cett, Book Reviews. 145 Pages. £20

138. Scottish Gaelic Studies Vol XI Pt 11. September 1968. Contents: Notes on the Scottish Entries in the early Irish Annals, Notes on the Poems ascribed to Mary Macleod in D.C. Macpherson’s Duanaire, Dan na h-iomairt 1757, Unpublished Letters by the Poet Ewen MacLachlan, A Letter from D.C. Macpherson to Juliet MacDonald 1879, North European Geography of Sounds, Book Reviews. 125 Pages. £15

139. Scottish Gaelic Studies XII Pt 11 Autumn 1976. Contents: The Language of the Caogad, Domhnall Mac Mharcuis, Poems by Maol Domhnaigh O Muirgheasain, Raghnall Dubh and Hector Maclean, Studies in Carmichael’s Carmina Gadelica, A Note on the Picts in Orkney, Inis Moccu Chein, Ptarmigan and other Gaelic Names, Gender in a terminal Gaelic Dialect, Book Reviews. 167 Pages. £15

140. Scottish Gaelic Studies Vol XIII Pt 1. 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 Variation as an Area of Gaelic Linguistic Research, The Preservation of the Vocative in a dying Gaelic Dialect, Some notes on ‘An Aigeannach’ Chr. Matras Studies on the Gaelic element in Faroese, Conclusion and Results, An Irish Manuscript in Scotland, Primarius Cohortis in Adomnan’s Life of Columba, Book Reviews. 143 Pages. £15

141. Scottish Gaelic Studies Volume II Part 1. June 1927. Contents: Saint Cadoc, Etymological Notes II, Nescio Quo Ritu Barbara, Feileagan Ruadh nan Spog, The Sloe in Gaelic, Notes on the Liquid Svarabhakti Vowel in Scottish Gaelic, Unpublished Gaelic Poetry III, Notes on Inverness Shire Gaelic in the Seventeenth Century, Book Reviews. 110 Pages. £20

142. Scottish Gaelic Studies Vol XIV Part 1 Winter 1973. Contents: ‘Deirdrie’ and Alexander Carmichael’s treatment of oral sources, Old Gaelic Poem’s 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 Gaelic Dialect affinities: some new material, book reviews. 142 Pages. £15

143. Scottish Gaelic Studies Vol XIII Part 11. Summer 1981. Contents: the Church of Scotland eighteenth century attitudes to Gaelic, Norman Macleod Cara na nGael, The Valuation of Gaelic by different mother tongue groups resident in the Highlands, Carmina Gadelica George Henderson’s Corrections and Suggestions, Vowel Strenghtening in Gaelic, Code Switching Pidgin Gaelica and Whisky Galore, The Gaelic Poems of Sir Duncan Campbell of Glenorchy (II), Poems by Maol Domhnaigh O Muirgheasain (III), a Poem on the Second Earl of Antrim, Poems and Letters by Kenneth Mackenzie. Book Reviews. 179 Pages. £15

144. Scottish Gaelic Studies Vol XIV Part II Winter 1986. Contents: The Gaelic Academy: the cultural commitment of The Highland Society of Scotland, Oran bron er Dearn Gaunt Le Shemis G. Diarn Rathamurch, C’ait an caidil an nighneag an nochd and early nineteenth century Skye song, The Sounds of Easter Ross Gaelic: historical development, Synthetic and Analytic: some comments on the Irish/ Gaelic present/future, A Population Observed: Gaelic Speakers in Rothesay and the Isle of Bute 1834, Kirk’s Egerton Glossary, Some anomalies in the Gaelic Dialects of Scotland and Canada, Scottish Gaelic morair, Varia and book reviews. 160 Pages. £15

145. Cambridge Medieval Celtic Studies Number 1 Summer 1981. James Hall. Contents: The Celtic Church: Is This a Valid Concept?, St Patrick’s Reading, The Early Irish Poem Isucan, The Cornish Background of the Tristan Stories, Malsachanus Reconsidered: A Fresh Look at a Hiberno-Latin Grammarian, Bisclavret In Marie de France. Book Reviews. 102 Pages. £15

146. Cambridge Medieval Celtic Studies Number 2 Winter 1981. James Hall. Contents: Varia: I Bede’s Urbs Giudi: Stirling or Cramond?, The Old English Heroic Tradition in the Light of Welsh Evidence, Science and Philosophy in Wales at the Time of the Norman Conquest: A Macrobius Manuscript from Lanbadarn, Arthur in Gaelic Tradition. Part I: Folktales and Ballads, Dynastic Warfare and Historical Writing in North Munster 1276-1350, Book Reviews. 94 Pages. £15

147. Cambridge Medieval Celtic Studies Number 3 Summer 1982. Contents: The Irish Royal Sites in History and Archaeology, Varia II Gildas and the Names of the Bristish Princes, Arthur in Gaelic Tradition: Part II: Romances and Learned Lore, Cistercians and Schools in Late Medieval Wales, Notes on the Later History of the Oldest Manuscript of Welsh Poetry: The Cambridge Juvencus, Book Reviews. 92 Pages. £15

148. Cambridge Medieval Celtic Studies Number 4 Winter 1982. Contents: The Green Knight: An Unexplored Irish parallel, The Six Sons of Rhodri Mawr: A Problem in Asser’s Life of King Alfred, Fieldwalking in East Brittany 1982, St Patrick and the See of Armagh, The Hisperica Famina and Caelius Sedulius, Bisclavret in Marie de France: A Reply, Lloegr: The Welsh name for England, Some Recent Work on Irish Mythology and Literature, Book Reviews. 94 Pages. £15

149. Cambridge Medieval Celtic Studies Number 5 Summer 1983. Contents: The Serenade and the Image of the House in the poems of Dafydd ap Gwilyn, Ascent through the Heavens, from Egypt to Ireland, The Welsh Marginalia in the Lichfield Gospels Part I, The Colophon Drawing in the Book of Mulling: A Supposed Irish Monastry Plan and the Tradition of Terminal Illustration in Early Medieval Manuscripts, Book Reviews. 94 Pages. £15

150. Cambridge Medieval Celtic Studie Number 6 Winter 1983. Contents: Gildas and the Anglo Saxons, Arabic Divinatory Texts and Celtic Folklore: A Comment on the Theory and Practice of Scapulimancy in Western Europe, Economy and Society: Clientship according to the Irish Laws, Nefydd Hardd and the Killing of Idwal ab Owain Gwynedd, The Role and Myth and Tradition in the Four Branches of the Mabinogi, Ekiurid’s Celtica lingua: An Ethnological Difficulty in Waltharius, Book Reviews. 110 Pages. £15

151. Cambridge Medieval Celtic Studies Number 8 Winter 1984. Contents: Geoffrey of Monmouth and Cornwall, Thirty and Sixty in Brittonic, Notes on the Text and Authorship of the Early Irish Bee Laws, Manx Synodal Statutes, A.D. 1230? -1351, Part II: Translation of Latin Texts, Tain Bo Fraich and other Fraech Texts: A Study in Thematic Relationships Part II, Aspects of Lenition and Spirantization, Gerald of Wales’s Great Nephews, Book Reviews. 110 Pages. £15

152. Cambridge Medieval Celtic Studies Number 9 Summer 1985. Contents: The Plan and Interpretation of Tintagel, Recent Work on British Latin, Did Gildas Read Orosius, The Non Ogam Inscriptions of Pictland, Cywydd y Gal by Dafydd ap Gwilym, Languague, Literature, and Law in Medieval Ireland: Some Questions of Transmission, Book Reviews. 110 Pages. £15

153. Cambridge Medieval Celtic Studies Number 10 Winter 1985. Contents: A Seventh Century Insular Latin Debate Poem on Divorce, The Calumniated Wife in Medieval Welsh Literature, Late Seventh or Eighth Century Evidence for the British Transmission of Pelagius, A Footnote to Spirantization, Cynan ab Iago and the Killing of Gruffudd ap Llywelyn, On Editing and Translating Medieval Irish Chronicles: The annals of Ulster, Book Reviews. 94 Pages. £15

154. Cambridge Medieval Celtic Studies Number 11 Summer 1986. Contents: A Foreseeing Driver of an Old Chariot: Regal Moderation in Early Irish Literature, The Sack of Vannes by Pippin III, The Banners of the Fian in Gaelic Ballad Tradition, The Visionary Celt: The Construction of an Ethnic Preconception, The Irish Sex Aetates Mundi: First Editions, Book Reviews. 124 Pages. £15

155. Cambridge Medieval Celtic Studies Number 12 Winter 1986. Contents: Werewolves, Cyclopes, Diberga and Fianna: Juvenile Delinquency in Early Ireland, Ad deum meum convertere volo and Early Irish Evidence for Lyrical Dialogues, A Tenth Century List of Cornish Parochial Saints, Iolo Goch and the English: Welsh Poetry and Politics in the Fourteenth Century, The New Dictionary of Old Breton, Book Reviews. 125 Pages. £15

156. Cambridge Medieval Celtic Studies Number 13 Summer 1987. Contents: The Distribution of Infixed and Suffixed Pronouns in Old Irish, Some Talk of Alexander and Some of Hercules Three Early Medieval Poems from the Book of Taliesin, Kingships and Exchange in Pre Viking Ireland, Folklore and Hagiography: A Semiotic Approach to the Legend of the Immortals of Landevennec, The Dance of Death, On Liminality in the Fenian Cycle, Book Reviews. 109 Pages. £15

157. Cambridge Medieval Celtic Studies Number 13 Winter 1987. Contents: Early Literacy in Ireland: The Evidence from Ogam, A Welsh Window on the Iron Age: Manawydan, Mandubracios, A Cross Carved Slab from Kildare Cathedral, Three Welsh Etymologies: gellyg Pears ebol colt buddelw cowpost, Isidore of Seville and Early Irish Cosmography, Book Reviews. 110 Pages. £15

158. Cambridge Medieval Celtic Studies Number 15 Summer 1988. Contents: The Sounds of a Silence: The Growth of Cormac’s Glossary, Regions and Cantrefs in Early Medieval Glamorgan, The Traditional Narrative Motifs of the Four Branches of the Mabinogi, The Stress Systems in Insular Latin Octosullabic Verse, Welsh gellyg, ebol, buddelw: A Reply, Welsh ebol, Book Reviews. 109 Pages. £15

159. Cambridge Medieval Celtic Studies Number 16 Winter 1988. Contents: A Connacht Medieval Literary Heritage: Texts Derived from Cin Dromma Snechtai through Leabhar na hUidhre, Interpreting Irony in Medieval Celtic Narrative, The Case of Culhwch ac Olwen, Towards the Interpretationof the Leiden Love Spell, Fir Bolg :A Native Etymology Revisited, The Shrine of St Brigit at Olite, Spain, Book Reviews. 109 Pages. £15

160. Cambridge Medieval Celtic Studies Number 17 Summer 1989. Contents: Sanctity and Politics in Connacht c. 1100: The Case of St Fursa, Traditional Tales and the Harmonizing of Story in Pwyll Pandeuic Dyuet, Brahon Law in Late Medieval Ireland: Antiquarian and Obsolete or Traditional and Functional, Editing the Hisperica Famine: A Reply, Francoise Henry and Helen Roe: Fifty Five Years Work on Irish art and Archaeology, Book Reviews. 94 Pages. £15

161. Cambridge Medieval Celtic Studies Number 18 Winter 1989. Contents: Breton Latin Literature as Evidence for Literature in the Vernacular, A.D. 800-130, The Irish Enumerative Style in Old Englkish Homiletic Literature, Especially Vercelli Homily IX, Fied Duin na nGed: A Reappraisal, The Fabula, Story and Text of Breuddwyd Rhonabwy, The Laud Herbal Glossary and English-Gaelic Contacts, Book Reviews. 126 Pages. £15

162. Celtica Vol 1 No 1 and Vol 2. 1946. Edited by T.F. o’Rahilly. 409 Pages. £25

163. Celtica Vol II Part 1 and II. 1954. Edited by M.A. O.Brien. 579 Pages. £25

164. Celtica Vol III. Zeuss Memorial Volume. Edited by Myles Dillon. 1956. 344 Pages. £15

165. Celtica Vol IV. Edited by M.A. O’Brien. 1958. 297 Pages. £15

166. Celtica Vol V Richard Irvine Best Memorial Volume. Edited by Myles Dillon. 1963. 340 Pages. £15 A Reprint from 1983.

167. Celtica Vol VI 1963. Edited by Myles Dillon. 296 Pages. A Reprint from 1980. £15

168. Celtica Vol VII.1966 Edited by Myles Dillon. 262 Pages. £15

169. Celtica Vol IX 1971 Edited by Myles Dillon. 345 Pages. £15

170. Celtica Vol X 1973. Edited by Myles Dillon. 274 Pages. £15

171. Celtica Vol XI 1976. Myles Dillon Memorial Volume. Edited by David Greene and Brian O Cuiv. 285 Pages. £15

172. Celtica Vol XII Edited by Brian Cuiv. 1977. 222 Pages. £15

173. Celtica Vol XIII Edited by Brian O Cuiv. 1980. 203 Pages. £15

174. Celtica Vol XIV Edited by Brian O Cuiv. 1981. 187 Pages. £15

175. Celtica Vol XV Edited by Brian O Cuiv. 1983. 188 Pages. £15

176. Celtica Vol XVI Edited by Brian O Cuiv. 1984. 220 Pages. £15

177. Celtica Vol XVII Edited by Brian O Cuiv. 1985. 188 Pages. £15

178. Celtica Vol XVIII 1985. Edited by Brian O’ Cuiv. 233 Pages. £15

179. Celtica Vol XIX. 1987. Edited by Brian O’ Cuiv. 204 Pages. £15

180. Celtica Vol XX. 1988. Edited by Brian O’ Cuiv. 234 Pages. £15

181. Celtica Vol XXI 1990. Essays In Honour of Brian O’ Cuiv. Edited by Padraig De Brun and Mairtin O’ Murchu. Assisted by Colin Ireland. 678 Pages. £15

182. Celtica Vol XXII 1991. Edited by Padraig O Brun, Mairin Ni Dhonnchadha, Mairtin O Murchu, Michelle O’ Riordan. 196 Pages. £15

183. Celtica Vol XXIII. Essays in Honour of James Patrick Carney. Edited by Fergus Kelly & Michele O’ Riordan. 435 Pages. £15

184. The Wreck of the Annie Jane. The Forgotten Island Disaster 1853, Vatersay, Outer Hebrides by Allan F. Murray. P.B. Published in 2017. In late 1853, the ‘Annie Jane’ set sail from Liverpool, heading for Quebec in North America. On board were 450 men, women and children: Irish, Scottish and English Emigrants fleeing poverty and famine. They never made it. The ship was wrecked in a horrendous storm and driven ashore on the small island of Vatersay in the Outer Hebrides, with the loss of 350 of the passengers and crew. 16 Chapters, Appendices and Photographs. 232 Pages. £10

185. Cnoc Chusbaig. Orain agus Dain Uilleam Mac Coinnich, Leodhais. P.B. Air fhoillseachadh ann an 1982. Comh Chruinneachadh le Peigi Nic Choinnich. 8 Piosan bardachd. 48 Duilleag. £8

186. Am Measg Nan Lili. Tormad Sona a Bha ‘N Siadair Bharabhais Leis an Urr Iain Macleoid An Eaglais Shaor Barabhas. H.B. Air Fhoillseachadh ann an 1948. 15 Caibideal. 146Duilleag. £8

187. The Burning Bush in Carloway Its History and Revivals by Murdo Macaulay. A booklet published to commemorate the centenary of the Free Church Building in Carloway, Isle of Lewis. 59 Pages which includes photographs. £6

188. Eadar anm Port ‘S an Cambar. Bardachd, duanagan, sgeulachdan a Bearnaraidh na Hearadh Leabhar 1. Booklet, air fhoillseachadh ann an 1982. Air a dheasachadh le Ruairidh Macleoid. 24 Duilleag. £6

189. Beatha Ur by Margaret Maciver North Tolsta. Leabharann. 17 piosan bardachd ann an Gaidhlig agus ann am Beurla. £5

190. Knock Free Church of Scotland by Kenneth Smith. A comprehensive history of the congregation. 17 Chapters, Photographs and lists Ministers and Office Bearers of the Congregation. 63 Pages. £8

191. Gaidheal aig Harvard le Ruairidh Macleoid. Leabhar latha a chum an t-Oll Ruairidh Macleoid,nuair a bha e a frithealadh Colaisde na Diadhaireachd aig Oilthigh Harvard ann an Amaireaga ann an 1981. Booklet, air fhoillseachadh ann an 1986. 36 Duilleag. £8

192. Pleunaichean na Gaidhealtachd le Ruairidh Macleoid. Booklet, air fhoillseachadh ann an 1982. Na companaidhean adhair a tha a frithealadh do mhuinntir na Gaidhealtachd agus nan Eilean agus na h-itealain a bhios iad a cleachdadh. 40 Duilleag. £8

193. Island Conversion. The Transition of a Gaelic Poet from Sceptic to Believer by Myles and Margaret Campbell. P.B. Published in 2011. 20 Chapters, Poems, Notes, Appendix and Index. 241 Pages. £8

194. Memoir Of The Rev Neil Cameron Glasgow. Edited by the Rev D. Beaton Oban. Biographical Sketches, Letters, Lectures and Sermons (English and Gaelic)

H.B. Published in 1932. 6 Chapters, 3 Historical Sketches, 11 Letters, 2 Lectures, 4 English Sermons and 2 Gaelic Sermons. 304 Pages £8

195. A Life of Song. The Autobiography of Marjorie Kennedy Fraser. With an introduction by Per G.L Ahlander. P.B. originally Published in 1929, this reprint is from 2011. Part I: The Kennedys, Part II Life as a Teacher, Part III To the Hebrides, Part IV Fruition, Illustrations and Introduction. 149 Pages. £6

196. The Parish of Campsie by John Cameron. P.B. Originally Published in 1892. This reprint is from 1985. A Series of Biographical Ecclesiastical, Historical, Genealogical and Industrial. Sketches and Incidents. Contents: Rev James Lapslie, Norman Macleod, DD, Robert Lee D.D, The Clachan of Campsie, Lennoxtown and District, The Lennoxes of Lennox Castle, Geneaologies and Parish Towers, The Eleven Ploughs of Balgrochan, Burston, Burdston Now Birdston, Rev John Govane and “Sessional Affaires”, Appendix: Calico Printing in Campsie. 300 Pages. £15

197. Weavers, Miners and the Open Book. A History of Kilsyth by James Hutchison. P.B. Published in 1986. 30 Chapters. 236 Pages. Signed by the Author. £15

198. Stanley From Arkwright Village to Commuter Suburb: 1784-2003. By Anthony Cooke. P.B. Published in 2003. 11 Chapters and Illustrations. 160 Pages. £12

199. Scotland’s Listed Buildings. A Guide to their Protection. Booklet, Printed in 1994. Third Impression with amendments. 15 Pages. £6

200. The Fife Book Edited by Donald Omand. P.B. Published in 2000. 22 Chapters, Bibliography, Index and Plates. 272 Pages. £12

201. Villages of Edinburgh an Illustrated Guide by Malcolm Cant. Includes Colinton, Gilmerton, Juniper Green, Liberton, Longstone, & Slateford, Morningside and Swanston. P.B. Published in 1999. Volume II. Maps by Bryan Ryalls. Seven Chapters, Location Map of Edinburgh, Suggestions for Further Reading, Index. Includes Photographs. 192 Pages. £8

202. Discovering Moray Banff and Nairn by Eric Simpson. P.B. Published in 1992, this reprint is from 1998. 12 Chapters, Further Reading, Index.188 Pages. £8

203. Greenock Place Names by Sandra Macdougall and Joy Montieth. P.B. Published in 1996. Contents: Localities, Farms, Local Streams/Burns, Landowners and Estates, Local Magistrates & Politicians, Trade Links, Local Industries, National Figures, Famous Townsfolk, Royal Connections, Literary Links, Index. 60 Pages. £8

204. Greenock From Old Photographs. Volume 2. By Joy Montieth and Janette McCarroll. P.B. Published in 1983. Photographs accompanied by detailed explanatory text. 58 Photographs in Total. 59 Pages. £6

205. Taynuilt -Our History. Booklet, originally printed in 1966, this Fifth Edition is from 1983. This edition is a reduced facsimilie of the fourth edition. This booklet was compiled by Mrs T.H.L Macdonald Achnahannait, now living in Sussex. 54 Pages, includes Photographs. £8

206. Each Man’s Son. A Novel by Hugh MacLennan. H.B. With D/J Published in 1951. 244 Pages. £10

207. Driving South to Inverness. Postscript on an Active Life by Phoebe Caldwell.

P.B. Published in 2016. An autobiography. Part set in the Yorkshire Dales and the rest in the Scottish Highlands. 16 Chapters. 177 Pages. £6

208. Country Walk Carloway Bridge to Callanish. Published by Comunn Eachdraidh Charlabhagh. 36 Pages of Interesting information about the area. Booklet, date of printing unknown. £6

209. The Glasgow Lewis and Harris 109th Annual Gathering 1st November, 1996. Programme. Details of artists, profile of the Gathering Chairperson, List of Office Bearers and Committee Members, Syllabus, Adverts, etc. 40 Pages. £6

210. Portrait of Orkney by George Mackay Brown. With Photographs by Gunnie Moberg and drawings by Erlend Brown. P.B. First Published in 1981. This reprint is from 1988. 13 Chapters. 128 Pages. £8

211. Doctor, may I run with you? And still running by Dr Betty Cowan. Booklet, Printed in 2000. This is a vivid account of a long and busy life which started in afarm in the South of Scotland and went on to forty two years (still running) of service in or around the Christian Medical College, Ludhiana, India. 92 Pages. £8

212. Beagan Bardachd a Uibhsit a Tuath le Aonghas Lachlainn. Leabharann air fhoillseachadh ann an 1991. 21 Piosan Bardachd. £6

213. Scotland’s Secret History. The Illicit Distilling and Smuggling of Whisky by Charles MacLean and Daniel MacCannell. Compiled and Edited by Marc Ellington.

P.B. Published in 2017. 14 Chapters, 8 Features, Epilogue, Endnotes, Acknowledgements, Permissions and Text. 147 Pages. £8

214. Eilean Donan Castle Official Guide. Booklet, printed in 1999. 24 Pages of Text and Photographs. £8

215. The Falkirk Wheel. Booklet, Printed in 2004. Researched, Written and Edited by David Hayward. A very informative publication about the wheel in Text and Photographs. 33 Pages. £8

216. The Village by Iain Crichton Smith. P.B. Published in 1976. 22 Short Stories. 113 Pages. £8 

217. 10 Years of River City. Behind the Scenes of Scotland’s Favourite TV Drama. By Jeff Holmes. Foreword by Johnny Beattie. H.B. With D/J Published in 2012. 14 Chapters, and a Who’s Who. Includes Photographs. 182 Pages. £10

218. Great Scottish Journeys. Twelve Routes to the Heart of Scotland by Keith Fergus. Contents: Turnberry to Portpatrick, All Around Arran, Musselburgh to Dunbar, The East Neuk of Fife, Tarbet to Lochgilphead, Crinan Canal, The West Highland Way, The Road to the Isles, Loch Lomond to Inverness, Inverness to Applecross, Kinlochewe to Durness, Invergarry to the Storr. P.B. Published in 2017. 245 Pages of stunning photographs. £10

219. The Missing Days by Kenneth C. Steven. A book of Poems. 56 Poems in Total. 54 Pages. £6

220. The Leper’s Bell. The Autobiography of a changeling by Norman Maclean.

H.B. With D/J Published in 2009, this is a reprint from the same year. The frank and compelling autobiography of a comedian, Musician, Actor and acclaimed Novelist, and he also discusses the crippling horrors of alcoholism.32 Chapters and Epilogue and Includes Photographs. 327 Pages. £8

221. The Outer Hebrides Sea Kayaking Around the Isles & St Kilda by Mike Sullivan, Robert Emmott & Tim Pickering. P.B. Published in 2010. Contents: Isle of Lewis, Isle of Harris, The Sound of Harris, The Uists & Benbecula, Barra and Vatersay, St Kilda, The Atlantic Outliers, Minch Crossings, Appendices. Includes Photographs. 237 Pages. £8

222. Northern Studies. Scottish Society For Northern Studies. Northern Studies Index Vols I -X11. Booklet, 8 Pages. £5

223. Ainmean Aiteachan le Clo Ostaig. Air a dheasachadh le Iain Taylor. Leabharann air fhoillseachadh ann an 1981. 60 Duilleagan. £8

224. Place Names of Scotland by James B. Johnston. H.B. With D/J Published in 1934. Third Edition. With Additional Notes on the Author. This reprint is from 1970. Contents: Introduction, Celtic Names, Norse Names, English Names, Roman, Norman and Purely Modern Names, Ecclesiastical Names, Alphabetical List of the Place Names of Scotland, Bibliography, Index To Names Not on the List. 335 Pages. £15

225. Scottish Place Names by W.F.H. Nicolaisen. Their Study and Significance. H.B. With D/J Published in 1976, Second Impression in 1979. 9 Chapters and Index. Includes Illustrations. 210 Pages. £15

226. Diary 1851. John Munro Mackenzie Chamberlain of the Lews. H.B. With D/J Published in 1994. 12 Chapters, Foreword, Documents and Illustrations. 167 Pages. £8

227. Na Teampuill. Anns na H-Eileanan an Iar le Fionnlagh Macleoid. P.B. Air Fhoillseachadh ann an 1997. 93 Duilleagan. £6

228. Annlan is Eile. Chaidh an stuth airson an leabhrain seo a chruinneachadh do Chomhairle Mod nan Eilean le Catriona Dunn agus buidhean de chaileagan a bha air a choigeamh ‘s an t-siathamh bliadhna ann an Ard Sgoil Mhicneacail, Steornabhagh ann an 1978. The recipes in this publication are in English and Gaelic. 31 Pages. £8

229. Jedburgh’s Wartime Sacrifice. The men of Jedburgh who lost their lives in two World Wars by J.D. Smith. P.B. Date of Printing Unknown. 6 Chapters, Bibliography and Photographs. 270 Pages. £10

230. Findhorn A Scottish Village. Edited by Robert Cochrane. Booklet, Printed in 1981. 7 Chapters, The Making of Findhorn, Findhorn Walkabout, The Birds of Findhorn Bay, Further Reading. 41 Pages. £8

231. The Queen’s Own Highlander. Incorporating “Cabarfeidh” and the 79th News. A4 Size Publication. Summer 1991. Volume 30 Number 80. Contents: Regimental Notes, Features and Articles, Around the Regiment. 124 Pages. £8

232. The Assynt Crofter. Allan Macrae A Life by Judith Ross Napier. P.B. Published in 2018. Some Names are so closely linked with historical events that they almost become one and the same. One such is Allan Macrae who led the Assynt Crofters Trust Buyout. 16 Chapters, Bibliography, Acknowledgements, List of Abbreviations, Index. 304 Pages. £8

233. Dunblane. Our Year of Tears by Peter Samson and Alan Crow. H.B. With D/J Published in 1997. 12 Chapters and Photographs. Dunblane -A town visited by evil. Twelve very different people touched by tragedy give a poignant testament. 174 Pages. £8

234. The Scottish Genealogist. 50th Anniversary. Quarterly Journal of the Scottish Genealogy Society. Vol L. No 1. March 2003. A5 Size Magazine with articles, news, news and Editor’s notes. 48 Pages. £5

235. Harris in History and Legend by Bill Lawson. P.B. Published in 2002. 6 Chapters, Epilogue, Appendix, References, Picture Credits, Maps, Index of Persons, Index of Main Topics and Index of Places. 239 Pages. £8

236. Memorable Munroes by Richard Gilbert. A diary of Ascents of the Highest Peaks in Scotland. H.B. With D/J Published in 1976 then reprinted in 1978, this second HB edition is from 1983. 42 Chapters, Index of Peaks, Maps in Text. 191 Pages. £8

237. Glimpses of Gunn by Ann Yule and Allan Haldane. An appreciation of the Life and Works of Neil M. Gunn. Booklet, date of printing unknown. Contents: Foreword, Introduction, Glimpses of Gunn, The Tormore Story, Recollections, Acknowledgements, Main Publications. 64 Pages. £8

238. Nairn Through Time by Allan Barron. P.B. Published in 2014. Photographs and text of the town and its people. 96 Pages. £6

239. Glasgow University Pictures. A Selection of Paintings, Drawings, Prints, and other Works from the Hunterian Museum, University of Glasgow. P.B. Published in 1973. £10

240. The Orkney Story by Liv Kjorsvik Schei & Gunnie Moberg. P.B. Published in 1985, this reprint is from 1988. 25 Chapters and Colour Plates. 224 Pages. £8

241. Stornoway’s Waterwheel. The history of the mills in Willowglen by Stornoway Amenity Trust. Booklet, printed mid 2000’s. Contents include; Stornoway or Latta’s Mill, Family links of the millers, James Matheson and Lews Castle, Opening of Stornoway Waterwheel, Dell Mill, Garrabost mill, The Norse Mills of Lewis. 33 Pages which includes photographs. £6

242. Sgire a Bhradain. Bardachd Bho Cheann a Loch, Eilean Leodhais. A Collection of Poems and Verses from Kinloch, Isle of Lewis. P.B. Published in 2010. Contents: Airidh a Bhruaich, Baile Ailein, Ceos, Lacasaigh, Taobh a muigh nam Bailtean. 144 Duilleagan. £10

243. The Glasgow Cookery Book. New Edition Celebrating 100 Years of Glasgow’s Famous Cookbook. H.B. With D/J Published in 2009. Contents: Preface, Acknowledgements, Foreword by Alex Gray, The Glasgow Cookery Book: A History, Glasgow Caledonian University, Recipes, Glossary of Cooking Terms. Etc, etc. 494 Pages. £8

244. Seann Taighean Tirisdeach Le Ailean Boyd. Booklet, air fhoillseachadh ann an 1986. 10 Caibidealan, Faclair. Dealbhan. 31 Duilleagan. £6

245. 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. The book is in Gaelic and English and includes a detailed biography of the Bard. 18 poems in total. £6

246. Gardiner’s Tweed Adventures. The Story of a Tweed Mill 1945/1988. By Ian Jackson. 25 Chapters. 228 Pages. £8

247. Braiste Lathurna By the Late Dugald Gordon Macdougall. Bard of the Clan MacDougall. H.B. Published in 1959. A Memorial Volume. Compiled and Edited with Biographical Sketch by Somerled Macmillan. 89 Poems in Total. 174 Pages. A Presentation Copy signed by the Editor. £25

248. Poems and Songs Gaelic and English by Mrs Mary MacKellar Bard to the Gaelic Society of Inverness. H.B. Published in 1880. 77 Poems in Gaelic and English and 4 Gaelic Poems translated into English by Professor Blackie. 140 Pages. £20

249. Kintyre Country Life by Angus Martin. P.B. Published in 1987. This book completes the author’s trilogy on the history of his native Kintyre. 11 Chapters, Appendixes and Photographs. Index. 201 Pages. £8

250. Queen’s Own Highlanders A Concise History by Trevor Royle. H.B. With D/J Published in 2007. The regiment was created in 1961 and in 1994 it amalgamated with the Gordon Highlanders. Ten Chapters. Appendix, Bibliography, Index. 240 pages. £10

251. Lest We Forget. The Parish of Canisbay. Edited by Anne Houston. A miscellany of memories written by parishioners and friends so that future generations can know what made Canisbay a very special place. H.B. Published in 1996. Contents: Life and Work in the Parish, Tables, Recipes from Yesteryear, Place Names, Auckengill, Freswick, John O’ Groats, Huna, Stroma, Swona (Not in the Parish), Canisbay, Brabster, Gills, Mey, Miscellany, Maps of the Parish, Index of Authors. Includes Photographs. 471 Pages. £30

252. St Magnus Cathedral Orkney. Text written by the Reverend Harald Mooney. Booklet, printed in 1995. A historical publication about the Cathedral. £8

253. Paperclips from Sutherland and Other Places. A Series of Published Articles by Andrew Marshall. Booklet, printed in 2008. This book is a collection of articles that appeared in local and national publications from the mid 60’s to the early 21st Century. 75 Pages. £8

254. Some Straths and Glens of Inverness Shire by Barrie Robertson. Booklet, date of printing unknown. Mainly comprised of some of the more notable historical incidents of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries which occurred within the Straths and Glens dealt with and describing their unique scenery together with mentions of the interesting bird life to be found there. Also a few brief notes of personal experiences in this attractive area. Contents: Strath Spey, Glen Tromie, Strath Mashie, Glen Spean, Glen Nevis, Glengarry. Includes Illustrations. 32 Pages. £8

255. Crofts and Crofters by Colin Macdonald. Booklet, printed in 1955. 20 Pages. £8

256. Strathpeffer Spa Ross and Cromarty with District Guide by P.A. Macnab. Booklet, Date of Printing Unknown. Contents: Preface, Introduction, Brief History, Mineral Waters, Recreation and Amenities, As a Touring Centre, Places of Interest, Place Names, Adverts. Includes Photographs. 68 Pages. £8

257. East Church Cromarty A Guide. Booklet, date of Printing Unknown. Text by Caroline Vawdrey and david Alston. 7 Chapters, Appendices and Photographs. 58 Pages. £6

258. St Clement’s Church at Rodel by Bill Lawson. A Harris Church in its Historical Setting. Booklet, printed in 1991. 13 Chapters and Photographs. Contents include; Alasdair Crotach, William Macleod, Sir Norman Macleod of Berneray, Mary Macleod the Bardess, Donald Macleod ‘The Old Torojan of Berneray’ Captain Alexander, The Clearance of Rodel, etc, etc. 44 Pages. £6

259. ‘I am Come Home’ Treasures of Prince Charles Edward Stuart. Booklet, printed in 1985. Text by George Dalgleish and Dallas Mechan. Photographs by Doreen Moyes. 24 Pages. £6

260. Loch Ness and Its Monster by J.A. Carruth M.A. Booklet, Sixth Edition 1963. 24 pages. £6

261. Tea With Chrissie. The Story of Burg and Ardmeanach on the Isle of Mull by Rosalind Jones. The story of a remote estate on the tip of Mull’s beautiful Ardmeanach peninsula. P.B. Published circa mid 90’s. Introduction, Prologue and 11 Chapters, Epilogue and Photographs. 300 Pages. £10

262. Scrapbook of a Roving Highlander. 80 Years round Asia and Back. Brian Stewart CMG. P.B. Published in 2002. Contents: Early Days, Military Days, Eastward Ho!, All Change, paradise Regained, Last Lap, Outside China, Epilogue, Appendices, Chronology. 379 Pages. £8

263. Dunvegan Gardens. Booklet, revised edition from 2002. Colour Brochure with Photographs. Contents include; Past, Present and Future, Climate, The Approach, The Main Drive, The Spring Bank and Border, Water Garden, Map, New Garden, Round Garden, Greenhouse, Fern House, New Border Outside the Walled Garden, Walled Garden, Flower Pages. Includes many photographs. 31 Pages. £6

264. Discovery and Excavation in Scotland 1967. Published by the Scottish Regional Group Council for British Archaeology. Booklet, 71 Pages. £6

265. From Lochnaw to Manitoulin. A Highland Soldier’s Tour Through Upper Canada. Edited by Scott A. Mclean. P.B. Published in 1999. Contents: Acknowledgements, Preface, Editor’s Introduction, A Tour to Manitoulin 1839: The Journal of Lieutenant Andrew Agnew, Epilogue, Notes, Bibliography, Suggested Reading, Index, About the Editor. 93 Pages. £6

266. Finlaggan. Booklet, printed in 1995. Contents include: The Centre of the Lordship of the Isles, The Irish Connection, St Findlugan, The Norse Connection, Godred Crovan, Somerled, John, First Lord of the Isles, The earldom of Ross, The Latter Years, etc, etc. 20 Pages. £6

267. Highland Harvester. ‘Bearing Fruit in Fields and families’ By George Mitchell. Peter Grant’s Life, Times and Legacy. P.B. Date of Printing Unknown. 13 Chapters, Postscript, Appendix, About the Author. 150 Pages. £6

268. Foolscrap brought to book or the Rude, The Mad & the Smugly. Since 1993 Foolscap has terrorised the citizenry of the Badenoch and Strathspey area with his incisive wit and acerbic tongue. Booklet, printed in 1999. 7 chapters and Author’s Note. 146 Pages. £6

269. A History of Lairg by Lesley Ketteringham. With local contributions. P.B. Published in 199. 5 chapters, maps, Plates and Illustrations. 258 Pages. £15

270. The Dunrossness Story By James W. Irvine. H.B. With D/J Published in 1997. 20 Chapters, Place Names, Bibliography, Glossary, Index and Illustrations. 238 pages. £15

271. A Pattern of land Ownership in Scotland by Robin Fraser Callander. With particular reference to Aberdeenshire. P.B. Published in 1987. Contents: Introduction, A Pattern of Landownership, A History of Common Land, Conclusion, Appendices. 155 Pages. £10

272. Rosehaugh A House of Its Time. By Hilda Hesling, Magdalene Maclean, Kathleen MacLeman and John Mills. P.B. Published in 1996, this reprint is from 2016. 15 Chapters and Illustrations.167 Pages. £10

273. Vintage Wick. A Photographic History of The Royal Burgh of Wick and Its People. 1589 Quatercentenary 1989. From the Johnson Collection. A4 Size Publication. Date of Printing Unknown. 166 Pages. £10

274. Invergordon A Town at War. Compiled by the Pupils of Park School. A4 Size Publication Printed in 1999. 35 Chapters which includes many photographs. 93 Pages. £10

275. Stone Voices In Search of Scotland by Neal Ascherson. H.B. With D/J Published in 2002. 17 Chapters, Bibliography. 326 Pages. £8

276. Tales from the Tent by Jess Smith, P.B Published in 2003, this reprint is from 2008. 39 Chapters, Glossary of Unfamiliar words, includes Illustrations. 226 Pages. £6

277. Lady Maclean’s Cook Book. H.B with D/J published in 1971. Contents: Introduction, Soups, Hot First Courses or Supper Dishes, Cold First Course or Supper Dishes, Hors d’Oeuvres, Poultry and Game, Fish, Meat, Puddings - Cold, Puddings -Hot, Scones and Cakes, Savouries, Odds and Ends, English and American Equivalent Measures, Index. 234 Pages. £12

278. Memories of a Ben Line Man by Stuart Edmond. P.B Published in 2015. 18 Chapters and Photographs. 217 Pages. £6

279. John Macpherson - The Skye Martyr by George W Macpherson. Booklet, printed in 1982, thIs reprint is from 1995. Nine Chapters. 39 Pages. £6

280. Reflections of a Gravir Childhood and Glesga adulthood. William Macphail ‘Clach Oich’ Booklet, printed in 2006. 42 chapters of poems and prose. 61 Pages. £6

281. Nach Neonach Sin le Cailean T. MacChoinnich. Leabharann air fhoillseachsdh Ann an 1973. 18 Sgeulachdan goirid. 56 Duilleag. £6

282. Alive and Kicking A story of Crime, Addiction and Redemption in Glasgow’s Gangland. David Bryce with Simon Pia. The story of the founder of the Carlton Athletic football team in Glasgow. P.B. Published in 2005. Thirty Eight Chapters, includes photographs. 255 Pages. £8

283. The Lighthouse. The mystery of the Eilean Mor Lighthiuse Keepers by Keith Mccloskey. P.B Published in 2014, this reprint is from 2919. The story of the mysterious disappearance of 3 lighthouse keepers at Eilean Mor lighthouse off the coast of Lewis in December 1900. 9 Chapters, Appendixes, Photographs, 223 Pages. £8

284. Guided By Light by Archie Macleod.Sermons and Bible Studies. P.B Published in 2906. 223 Pages. £6

285. Shearer Wonderland. Duncan Shearer The Autobiography. H.B. With D/J Published in 2010. The story of the boy from Fort William who began his footballing career with Inverness Clach in the Highland League to signing for Chelsea and playing for Scotland.28 Chapters, and includes photographs. 247 Pages. £6

286. The Vitality of Faith by Murdo Ewen Macdonald. H.B With D/J Published in 1955.24 Chapters. 190 Pages. £6

287. Croitearan Leodhais. Lewis Crofters. 50 years of a community Co operative. A booklet printed in 2008 to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the organisation. A comprehensive history with text and photographs and adverts, 64 Pages, £6

288. Cur is Dluth by agus Wylie. H.B With D/J Published in 1981. Photos taken in 1980 of people and places on the Isle of Lewis and Isle of Skye.96 Pages. £12

289. The Man’s The Gowd for a’ that. By James Andrew Begg. Written in classical Lowland’s Scots, this is a biographical novel based on the lives in upland Ayrshire, Dumfriesshire, and the Stewart’s - of the forebearers of the author’s 8 great grand parents. P.B Published in 2013. 32 Chapters, Glossary, Appendix. 342 Pages. £6

290. Bonnie Prince Charlie and Flora Macdonald. Incorporating Rebellion by George Forbes and the Flora Macdonald story by Alexander Macgregor. P.B. Published in 2017. 38 Chapters, 175 Pages. £6

291. A Gaelic Grammar including a chapter on Personal and Place Names by George Calder. P.B Published in 1980. 352 Pages. £8

292. An Duanaire 1600-1900Poems of the Dispossessed by Sean O Tiana and Thomas Kinsella. P.B Published in 1981, this reprint is from 1985. 382 Pages. £8

293. The Blind Harper (An Clarsair Dall) The sings of Roderick Morrison and his music. Edited by William Matheson. H.B. With D/J Published in 1970. 10 Chapters, 7 Appendixes, Index of Persons, Index of Places, Glossarial Index. 265 Pages. £15

294. Lewis The Story of an Island by Christine Macdonald. H.B Published in 1982. Contents include; The Kand, The First People, The Bronze Age, The Vikings, The Clans, The Macleod Barons, The Fife Adventurers, The Mackenzies, Earl of Seaforth, Literature and Music, The End of the Clan System, etc. 96 Pages. £8

295. Larach Dualachas na Cruinne Hiort. Plana Riaghlaidh 2022-2032. St Kilda World Heritage Site Management Plan 2022-2032. A4 Size Publication in Gaelic. 77 Pages of Texts and Photograohs. £10

296. St Kilda World Heritage site Management Plan 2022-2032. English Version. A4 Size Publication of text and photographs, 77 Pages, £10

297. New Edinburgh Review. No 33, Gaelic - A time to survive. A4 Magazine. Edited by Angus Macleod. Contents: Politics and Gaelic, Gaelic and Comhairle Nan Eilean, The Raison D’Etre of Sabhal Mor Ostaig, Gaelic and Island Youth, His we saved the Irish Language, The Mod, A deeper Malaise, More Relevant than Ever, New Directions in Gaelic Music, Gaelic and The Press, Gaelic and the Media. £10

298. Gaelic Names Policy. The Gaelic Translation is provided by Comunn Na Gaidhlig. A4 Size Publication with ring binding. 20 Pages. £10

299. Memoirs of a Lerwick Boy by Bruce Sandison. P.B Published in 2008. 16 Chapters and Illustrations. 129 Pages. £8

300. The Botanist in Skye and Adjacent Islands by C,W, Murray and H.J.B, Birks. P.B Published in 2005. Third Edition. An annotated Check list of the vascular Plants of the Island of Skye, Ramsay, Rona, Rum, Eigg, Muck, Canna, Scalpay and Soay. 136 Pages. £8

301. An Eye to Windward. The development of Shetland’s pelagic fishing industry.1945-2000. By Robert W. Gear. P.B. Published in 2016. Contents: How did the Industry develop? The Industry at Sea, The Industry on Land, Why did the Industry Develop, People, Sea and Land, Supply and Demand, A Helping Hand, Conclusion, Glossary and Bibliography, Includes Illustrations. 147 Pages. £8

302. The Cruellest Twist -The Iolaire Disaster. A Booklet printed by WW100 to commemorate the 100th Anniversary of the Disaster. In English and Gaelic. 48 Pages. £8 

303. Lewis In History and Legend. The East Coast by Bill Lawson. P.B. Published in 2011, this is a reprint from 2015. Contents: Sgire Bhac, Mu Thimcheall Steornabhaigh, A Rubha, Sgire nan Loch, Steornabhagh, Epilogue, References, Picture Credits, Maps, Index of Persons, Index of Main Topics, Index of Places. 252 Pages. £8

304. The Strange Affair of Madeline Smith. Victorian Scotland’s Trial of the Century. By Douglas MacGowan. P.B. Published in 2007. Nine Chapters, Notes, Bibliography and Index. 162 Pages. £8

305. The Emigrant’s Guide to North America. Edited by Elizabeth Thompson. P.B. Published in 1998.This book was originally written in Gaelic and Published in 1841 by Robert Macdougall. 20 Chapters, Appendixes and Conclusion, Translator’s Note, Bibliography, Index. 159 Pages. £10

306. Cancer Research UK Isle of Lewis Committee Recipe Book. A5 Size Publication with Ring Binding. Printed in 2006. Contents: Starters, Soups, Salads, Vegetarian, Fish, Chicken, Beef, Pork, Lamb, Duck, Venison, Pasta, Vegetables, Desserts, Tray Bakes, Cakes & Biscuits. 200 Pages. £8

307. Shinty Year Book 1977-78. A5 Size Publication. Contents includes that season’s review, articles of historical and current content, League tables, Youth Shinty, adverts,photographs etc,etc. 120 Pages. £8

308. Shinty Year Book 1987. A4 Size Publication. Contents include; that season’s review, articles of historical and current content, league tables, youth shinty, photographs, adverts. 56 Pages. £8

309. Shinty Yearbook 1992-93. A4 Size Publication. Contents include, The Season’s review, articles of historical and current content, youth shinty, league tables, photographs, adverts. 64 Pages. £8

310. Shinty Centenary Yearbook. 1993. A4 Size publication. Contents include; Season’s review, articles of historical and current content, league tables, youth shinty, photographs, adverts, etc. 96 Pages. £8

311. Shinty Yearbook 1994-95. A4 Size Publication. Contents include; season’s review, articles of historical and current content, youth shinty, league tables, obituaries, photographs. 68 Pages. £8

312. Shinty Yearbook 1996-97. A4 Size publication. Contents include; Season’s review, articles of historical and current content, league tables, youth shinty, obituaries, photographs, adverts. 68 Pages. £8

313. Shinty Yearbook 2005. A4 Size Publication. Contents include; Season’s review, articles of historical and current content, youth shinty, league tables, obituaries, photographs, adverts. 47 Pages. £8

314. Shinty. A book commemorating 100 years of the Camanachd Association. Edited by Hugh Dan Maclennan. P.B. Published in 1993. 17 Chapters including a short history of each club. Includes many photographs. 368 pages. £10

315. Roll of Honour. Comunn Eachdraidh Na Pairc. Pairc Historical Society. Rol Urram Sgire na Pairc 1939-1945. A4 Size Publication. Printed in 1995.

316. Stornoway Historical Society Journal Issue No 3 December 1994. A4 Size Publication. Contents: Cover Picture, Descriptions of Shields Exhibited in the Town Hall, Society Acquisitions, Other People’s Correspondence, Lewis Jamieson, Postmaster Stornoway, The Sandwick Serenade, Raising Vessel’s Mr Bremner, Wick, Pistols at Twenty Paces, Years Ending in a 4, Mostly Ships and a Slip, The Norge Disaster, Work to be Done. 24 Pages. £6

317. Stornoway Historical Society Journal Issue No 20 July 2003. A4 Size Publication. Contents: From The Editor’s Chair, Fishy Tales, Whale Hunts in Stornoway Bay, Rest House for Fishworkers, The Lost Gardens of Lews Castle, Some Old Stornoway Yarns, Glimpses of Portrona, An Ciaora, Looking Back, Malcolm A. Mackenzie, A Jail for Stornoway, Stornoway Electricity Supply Company, Major General R.A. Bennett. 31 Pages. £6

318. Stornoway Historical Society Journal. Issue No 35. December 2010. A4 Size Publication. Contents: From The Editor’s Chair,Ardanmhor, A Hero of the City of Benares, Early Stornoway Painters & Decorators, From the Archives, David S. Turpie, The Emigration Ships of 1923-24, Tragedy at Greenock, Chamberlains of the Lews, A Brief History of Perceval Square. 35 Pages. £6

319. Stornoway Historical Society Journal Issue No 37 December 2011. A4 Size Publication. Contents: Editorial, A Beloved Banker, Census 1911, Old Manor Revisited, Christmas Competition, Archives, Alexander Craig of Syllodioch at Stornoway 1827, Sandwickhill School, The Captain Ban. 36 Pages. £6

320. The Heather Isles by Bruce Sandison. A Journey Through the Outer Hebrides. Photographs by Michael Hockney. H.B. With D/J Published in 1990. Contents: Introduction, Lewis, Lewis, Harris, North Uist, St Kilda, Benbecula, South Uist, Barra, Selected Bibliography. 159 Pages. £8

321. The Real Taggarts. Glasgow’s Post War Crimebusters by Andrew G. Ralston.

P.B. Published in 2017. Policemen profiled include Tom Goodall, Gilbert Mcilwrick, Joe Beattie and others. 16 Chapters, 237 Pages and includes photographs. £6

322. A Shetland Merchants Day Book in1762 by William Sandison. Illustrated with Sketches by the Author. H.B. Published in 1934. Ten Chapters. 95 Pages. £15

323. Scotland: A Wealthy Country by Archie Lamont. A Scientist’s Survey of Scots Resources. Booklet, printed in 1945. 64 Pages. £10

324. Glen Albyn Tales and Truths of the Central Highlands. With Illustrations From Original Sketches and Photographs. H.B, date of printing unknown. 6 Chapters. 104 Pages. £25

325. Standing Stones and Maeshowe of Stenness by Magnus Spence. With a Plan of Maeshowe. Booklet, date of printing unknown. 16 Pages. £10

326. The Dark Mile and other True Highland Tales by Iain Mackay. P.B. Published in 2010. Limited Edition of 200 Casebound Copies. Contents: The Dark Mile, The Highland Smuggler, Walter Winans and the Pet Lamb, Old Stories from Glen Cannich and Kilmorack, Coireach and Area, Stories from the Ross Shire Life Magazine, Cold Corner of Hell, Isle Martin and Jackie Boa. 268 Pages. £12

327. Spirit of Jura. Fiction, Essays, Poems from the Jura Lodge. H.B. With D/J Published in 2009. Edited by Marc Lambert. Contributors: John Burnside, Bernard Crick, Janice Galloway, Phillip Gourevitch, Romesh Gunesekera, Kathleen Jamie, Liz Lochhead, Swetha Prakash, Will Self. 151 Pages. £8

328. A Taste of Mey. Recipes and Memories. Inspirde by the Castle of Mey, Caithness, Home of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother. H.B. Published in 2011. Edited by Christina Murray. 9 Chapters. 224 Pages. Includes Photographs. Signed by the Editor. £10

329. A Lady’s Memories Maud Edith Francis nee Jackson. Part One 1880-1906. A4 Size Publication printed in 2016. 142 Pages of Text and Photographs. £8

330. Aly Bain Fiddler on the Loose by Alasdair Clarke. H.B. With D/J Published in 1993. 7 Chapters. 160 pages of texts and photographs. Signed by Aly Bain. £10

331. Na Bard Thirisdeach Saothair ar Co Luchd Dutcha aig an Tigh ‘s bhon Tigh. Agus air a dheasachadh leis an Urr Eachainn Camhshron. H.B. Air fhoillseachadh ann an 1932. Poems from 49 Tiree Poets in Total. Boards are solid but the spine is covered in paper than a board. 438 Pages. £25

332. Air Road to the Isles. The Memoirs of Captain E.E. Fresson. Foreword by Eric Linklater. H.B. With D/J Published in 1967. Sixteen Chapters, Index, Photographs. 278 Pages. £8

333. Bean Mo Ruin Laoidhean agus Dain Le Donnchadh Macasgaill. Leabharann air fhoillseachadh ann an 1987. 30 Laoidhean. 43 Duilleagan. £8

334. Clachan Criche. Taghadh de Bhardachd Tholastaidh bho Thuath (1850-2000)

P.B. Air fhoillseachadh ann an 2005. Tha obair 21 Bardan a bhuineadh dhan a bhaile anns an leabhar seo. 104 Duilleag. £8

335. Sy Gone By. Stornoway Historical Society Journal Issue 47. Winter/ Spring 2016/17. A4 Size Publication. Contents: Reminiscences of a community, Battle of the Somme 1916, The Nicolson Institute Clock Tower, The First Aircraft to Land on Lewis, Point Street in the Fifties, Lews Castle Restored, 18th Century Fishing out of Stornoway, The Stornoway Shipping Co, German Seaman Buried in Stornoway with Swastika Flag on Coffin, includes photographs and adverts. 38 Pages. £6

336. Gaelic Proverbs. Seanfhacail le Babi Nicleoid. Leabharann air fhoillseachadh ann an 1973. The proverbs are in Gaelic with an english translation. 22 Pages. £8

337. Forever Francie. My Life With Jack Milroy by Mary Lee. P.B. Published in 2005. 28 Chapters. 210 Pages. £6

338. The Creaky Traveler In the North West Highlands of Scotland. A journey for the Mobile but not Agile by Warren Rovetech. P.B. Published in 2002. Places visited include; Inverness, Loch Maree, Gairloch, Poolewe, Ullapool, Coigach Peninsula, Lochinver, Suilven, Loch Eriboll. 8 chapters, Photographs and Appendices. 171 Pages. £8

339. Perth A Short History by Marion L. Stavert. Booklet, printed in 1991. 11 Chapters, Illustrations, Maps, Bibliography and Index. 68 Pages. £6

340. Air Druim an Each Sgithaich le Pol Mac a Bhreatunnaich. Leabharann air fhoillseachadh an an 1997. Sgeulachdan goirid. 64 Duilleagan. £6

341. ‘Twixt Castle and mart. The story of Needless Road: a suburban street in Perth by Donald N.M. Paton. P.B. Published in 2005. 10 Chapters, A Personal Postscript, Appendix with a Directory of residents. 128 Pages. £8

342. Their Name Liveth. The Book of the Scottish National War Memorial by Ian Hay. P.B. Published in 1985, a revised edition. Seven Chapters and Two Appendixes. 123 Pages. £8

343. The Invisible Spirit. A life of Post War Scotland 1945-1975 by Kenneth Roy. H.B. With D/J Published in 2013. A chapter on each year from 1945-75. 542 Pages. £10

344. Fife Lines. Poetry, Reviews and Interviews. Number 1 September 1998. Contents: Iain Crichton Smith, Tessa Ransford, Tom Hubbard, Anne Macleod, Gordon Meade. 64 Pages. £6

345. An Early Hairst by Bob Mitchell. P.B. Published in 2008. A novel based on the author’s experiences growing up on an Aberdeenshire croft. 164 Pages. £8

346. A Guided Walk round Inverness by John M. Pearson. 2nd Edition. Booklet, printed in March 1995. Including Loch Ness, Culloden Battlefield and Clava Cairns. 64 Pages. £6

347. Scotland The What An Inside Story and personal memories by Steve Robertson. P.B. Published in 2010. The Book is in Five Parts and includes photographs. 210 Pages. £6

348. The ‘Willie Wilson’ Story. The First Hundred Years. Booklet, printed in 2001. 10 Chapters. 59 Pages. A very interesting history of the company over 100 years. £8

349. Joseph Cook’s Inverness. Marking 150 Years of the Inverness Courier. P.B. Published in 1992. Photograph’s from the Cook collection which span the yaer’s from the 1850’s to the 1920’s. 168 Pages of Photographs accompanied by text. £10

350. Urban Highlanders by Charles J. Withers. Highland-Lowland Migration and Urban Gaelic Culture. P.B. Published in 1998. Part One: The Background to Highland Migration, Part Two: The Nature of Highland-Lowland Migration, Part

Three: The Making of Urban Gaelic Culture, Conclusion, Bibliography, Index. 271 Pages. £15

351. Laggan’s Legacy. A personal history of a Highland community by its people.

P.B. Published early 2000’s. Includes all the villages in the community, school, churches, etc,etc. Includes Photographs. 253 Pages. £15

352. Stells Stools Strupag. A personal reminiscence of sheep shepherding, farming and the social activities of a Highland Parish by Campbell Slimon. The parish of Laggan. P.B. Published in 2007. 19 Chapters, Appendixes and photographs. 189 Pages. Signed by the Author. £15

353. Old Campbeltown and Machrihanish by Carol mcNeill. Booklet, printed in 2004. A selection of photographs with texts of the area. 49 Pages. £6

354. The Quarriers Story by Anna Magnuson. P.B. Published in 1984, this reprint is from 2006. One Man’s Vision which gave over 40,000 Children a New Life. 17 Chapters, Bibliography and Index. 224 Pages. £6

355. Scottish Memories. Immigration Stories. P.B. Date of Publishing not given. Stories of Immigrants who settled in the West of Scotland, Central Scotland, East of Scotland and North of Scotland. 255 Pages. £8

356. Handbook to the Orkney Islands With Illustrations. P.B. Published circa 1873. Published by WM Peace & Sons. Contents: Introduction, Early History of the Islands -The Days of the Vikings, The Scottish Earls, Kirkwall and Neighbourhood, Excursions from Kirkwall, The North Isles, A Sea Excursion, The West Mainland, Stromness and Its Vicinity, Fair Isle, The Orkney Dialect, Highest Hills in Orkney, Population of the Orkney Islands. 145 Pages. £85

357. And then Forever by Christine De Luca. P.B. Published in 2011. A Novel. Based in Shetland, part historical part contemporary. 327 Pages. £6

358. Scottish Birds. The Journal of the Scottish Ornithologists Club. Volume 5 No 2 Summer 1968. A5 Size Publication. 14 Chapters, Adverts, Photographs and Club News. 124 Pages. £6

359. A Reputation for Excellence. A History of the Edinburgh Printing Industry. A4 Size Publication. Printed in 1990. 34 Pages. £6

360. The County of Caithness. Edited by John Horne. H.B. Published in 1907. 21 Chapters. Contents include;The County Described, Place Names, Dialect, Folklore, Social Expansion, Progress of Commerce, Literature, Ecclesiasitical History, Geology, Flora, Leading Dates and Events, Political Representation, Distinguished Visitors, etc, etc. Includes Illustrations. 470 Pages. £125

361. Inverness in the Fifteenth Century by Evan M. Barron. H.B. Published in 1906. Eight Chapters and Index. 121 Pages. £25

362. Gunsmoke at Graemeshall. Glimpses of Orkney before the ‘45 By R.P. Fereday. Booklet, printed in 1978. Reprinted from articles that appeared in the Orcadian newspaper in 1976 and 77. 35 Pages. £8 

363. The Old and New Bridges Over the River Don At Inverurie 1791 and 1924.

H.B. Published in 1925. 15 Chapters and Appendices, Plates and Illustrations. 172 Pages. £65

364. Bute and the Cumbraes by R. Angus Downie. H.B. With D/J Published in 1934. Thirteen Chapters, Appendices, Bibliography and Index. Plates and Maps. 132 Pages. £15

365. Emeralds Chased in Gold The Islands of the Forth Their Story, Ancient and Modern by John Dickson. H.B. Published in 1899. 9 Chapters, Preface, Introduction and Index. 323 Pages. £25

366. Skye Pioneers and “The Island” by Malcolm A. Macqueen. H.B. Date of publishing not given. 15 Chapters, Portraits and Illustrations. 162 Pages. £45

367. Pre Historic Remains of Caithness by Samuel Laing. With Notes on the Human Remains. By Thomas H. Huxley. H.B. Published in 1866. 160 Pages. £85

368. The Birds of Ayrshire and Wigtownshire. By Robert Gray and Thomas Anderson. H.B. Published in 1869. 62 Pages. £65

369. The Dialect and Place Names of Shetland. Two Popular Lectures by Jakob Jakobsen. H.B. Published in 1897. 125 Pages. £65

370. Inventors and Engineers of Caithness. By Robert P. Gunn. Booklet, Printed in 1998. 6 Engineers and Inventors are profiled. 77 Pages. £8

371. An Historical Description of the Zetland Islands by Thomas Gifford. H.B. a Reprint from 1976. 104 Pages. £45

372. The Forth Bridge A Picture History by Sheila Mackay. P.B. Published in 1990, this edition is from 1993. 15 Chapters of Text and Photographs. 112 Pages. £8

373. James Hutton. The Founder of Modern Geology by Donald B. Macintyre & Alan McKirdy. Booklet, printed in 2001. 6 Chapters. 51 Pages. £6

374. Old Ayrshire Harbours by Angus Graham. Booklet printed in 1984. Ayrshire Collection Volume Fourteen Number Three. 52 Pages. £6

375. Contemporary Scotland. The Highlands and Islands by Ian H. Condie. Booklet, Printed in 1970, this reprint is from 1971. Contents: Land and People, Traditional Occupations, Forestry, Hydro Electric Power, Tourism, Questions, Source Materials. Includes Photographs. 42 Pages. £8

376. Island on the Edge of the World. The Story of St Kilda by Charles Maclean. Afterword by Margaret Buchanan. P.B. Published in 1996. 12 Chapters, Illustrations, Maps, Introduction, Afterword, Bibliography, Index. 191 Pages. 

377. The Ancient Monuments of the Western Isles. A Visitors Guide to the Principal Historic Sites and Monuments by Noel Fojut, Denys Pringle and Bruce Walker. P.B. Published in 2003. 11 Chapters, includes photographs. 72 Pages. £6 

378. The Oban Line. An Illustrated History and Guide by Tom Weir. Booklet, printed in 1973. 27 Pages which includes photographs and adverts. £6

379. Church and Social History of Atholl by John Kerr. P.B. Published in 1998. Twelve Chapters, Appendix, Glossary, Bibliography, Index. Includes Photographs. 159 Pages. £8

380. Troubled Waters. Recalling the Floods of ‘77. Researched and compiled by the pupils of Kirkhope Primary School, Ettrickbridge. P.B. Published in 1997 on the 20th anniversary of the flood. Seven Chapters, The Pupils of Kirkhope School, Acknowledgements, Sponsors. 127 Pages. £8

381. The Hebridean Birlinn, Nyvaig and Lymphad by G.V.C. Young O.B.E. With a Foreword by Norman Macleod of Svardal. Booklet, printed in 1997. Limited Edition of 300 Copies. 31 Pages which includes illustrations. £6

382. Culloden. A Guidebook to the Battlefield with the Story of the Battle the Events leading to it and the aftermatch by Iain Cameron Taylor. Booklet, this is a fourth revised edition from 1970. 56 Pages. £8

383. Lines Review. A Special Edition to Mark the 21st Year of Publication. A5 Size Publication. Printed in 1972. Articles from Iain Crichton Smith, Edwin Morgan, Norman MacCaig, George Bruce, Robin Fulton, Alasdair maclean, Sydney Goodsir Smith, Robert Garioch, Sorley Maclean. Includes Book Reviews. 159 Pages. £8

384. A Scottish Miscellany by Michael Bruce. H.B. With D/J Published in 2004. This book is a lighthearted, idiosyncratic and quirky collection of facts, figures, lists, statistics, biographies and stories with a Scottish connection. 190 Pages. £6

385. The Geology of the Lothians and South East East Scotland. An Excursion Guide. Edited by G.Y. Craig and P. McL. D. Duff. H.B. With D/J Published in 1975. 14 Chapters and Glossary. 204 Pages. £8

386. Pieces of Land. Journeys to Eight Islands by Kevin Crossley Holland. H.B. With D/J Published in 1972. Scottish Islands are Hoy in Orkney and Eigg. 293 Pages. £10

387. Orkney Journeys by John Wilson. With twenty nine illustrations, two maps and two pen sketches. H.B. Published in 1961. 51 inter island journeys in total. 97 Pages. £15

388. The Place Names of Birsay by Hugh Marwick. P.B. Published in 1970, this reprint is from 1989. 135 Pages, List of Phoenetic Symbols and Map of the District of Birsay. £10

389. Skye: Iochdar -Trotternish and District. Traditions, Reflections and Memories by William Mackenzie. H.B. Published in 1930. 37 Chapters and Illustrations. 176 Pages. £35

390. Annals of Garelochside. Being An Account Historical and Topographical of the Parishes of Row, Rosneath and Cardross by William Charles Maughan. With Illustrations by Alexander M’Gibbon. H.B. Published in 1897. 15 Chapters and Illustrations. 331 Pages. £65

391. The Island Clans During Six Centuries. By the Rev Canon R.C. Macleod of Macleod. H.B. Published in 1930. Contents: The Norse Occupation of the Hebrides, The Clan System, The Clansmen, Home Life, Internal and External Warfare, Scottish Kings and Island Chiefs, The Passing of the Old Order, Employment and Unemployment, A West Highland Estate During Four Centuries, Some Island Folklore, Index. 187 Pages. £45

392. The Royal Society of Edinburgh and the Nature Conservancy Council. The Natural Environment of the Outer Hebrides Edited by John Morton Boyd. H.B. Published in 1979. Contents: Introduction, The Physical Environment, The Marine Environment, The Vegetation, Freshwaters and Terrestrial Invertebrates, The Avifauna, Resources and Planning. 561 Pages. £30

393. The Voice of the Bard. Living Poets and Ancient Tradition in the Highlands and Islands of Scotland by Timothy Neat with John Macinnes. P.B. Published in 1999. Part One Hebridean Tradition, Part Two: Highland History, Part Three: The many Coloured Coat, Part Four: The Bard Through History. Includes Photographs. 352 Pages. £10

394. Eigg The Story of an Island by Camille Dressler. New Edition. P.B. Published in 1998, this new edition is from 2007. 14 Chapters, Appendixes and Plates. 251 Pages. £10

395. The Book of Ellon. Edited by Alex Inkson McConnachie. H.B. Published in 1901. 15 Chapters and a number of portraits. 197 Pages. £45

396. Memoirs of a Highland Lady. The Autobiography of Elizabeth Grant of Rothiemurchus Afterwards Mrs Smith of Baltiboys 1797-1830. Edited by Lady Strachey. H.B. Published in 1911. Twenty Two Chapters, Notes, Index and Illustrations. 427 Pages. £45

397. The True Romance of Busta by Frances Scott of Busta. P.B. Published in 1934. Nine Chapters. 73 Pages. £15

398. The Cairngorm Mountains by John Hill Burton. H.B. Published in 1864. 120 Pages which includes illustrations. £45

399. The Parish of Lerwick 1701-1901 by Jas M. Crawford. An Ecclesiastical and Historical Sketch. H.B. Published in 1901. Seven Chapters, Appendices and Illustrations. 95 Pages. £30

400. General View of the Agriculture of the Northern Counties and Islands of Scotland by Sir John Sinclair, Bart. Including the Counties of Cromarty, Ross, Sutherland and Caithness, and the Islands of Orkney and Shetland. H.B. Published in 1795, Fully Rebound. 281 Pages and Appendixes. £125