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Catalogue 27

November 2019



Hebridean Books

19 Eoropie, Ness

Isle of Lewis



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  1. The Morayshire Roll of Honour -The Great War 1914-1918. A biographical record of the men and women connected with the County who took part in it. Along with a Foreword by William J. Mackenzie. A Native of the County, who also Edited and Printed this Volume. H.B. Published in 1921. 547 Pages. £200 A good copy.
  2. A Highlander Looks Back by Angus Macpherson. The memoirs of the author who was a well known public figure, piper, angler, seannachaidh and sheep farmer in his day. H.B. Published in 1954. 22 Chapters and a Foreword by Seton Gordon. Includes Illustrations. 84 Pages. £50
  3. Clan Donald by Donald J. Macdonald of Castleton. Foreword by The Rt Hon Godfrey James Macdonald of Macdonald Lord Macdonald. H.B. With D/J Published in 1978. 24 Chapters, Bibliography, Index, Illustrations, Genealogical Charts, Maps and Plans. 466 Pages. £65
  4. Soldiering on St Kilda by James Mackay. This book is a personal memoir of soldiering on St Kilda for a period of two and a half years (1959-1961), by a man who became so fascinated by the place that he has spent the ensuing four decades ferreting out all he could about its previous military connections. H.B. With D/J published in 2002. 12 Chapters and an Epilogue and includes many illustrations. 154 Pages. £25 (Scarce)
  5. Mingulay An Island Guide by Comunn Eachdraidh Bharraidh. A4 Size Publication. Printed in 1994. 22 Pages. £10 (Scarce)
  6. Memoirs of a Muck Shifter by Hector Mackenzie. The author born in the remote Punta Arenas in Chile in 1927, but brought up in a strict Presbyterian household in Ullapool, tells the stories from his life. H.B. Published in 2004. 16 Chapters and Illustrations. 223 Pages. £8
  7. The Lords of the Isles by Raymond Campbell Paterson. The History of Clan Donald. 13 Chapters, Notes, Selected Bibliography, Maps, Index. P.B. Published in 2001. Includes Illustrations. 265 Pages. £10
  8. The Hermitage Guide to The West Highland Way. Booklet, printed in 1993. 29 Pages. £6
  9. The Glasgow School of Art -The Reid Building 09.04.14. Booklet, printed to commemorate the Official Opening of the Reid Building at Glasgow School of Art. Booklet. £6
  10. Souvenir of the Official Opening of the New Administrative Buildings of the Ayrshire Electricity Board by Sir Andrew Duncan (Chairman of the Central Electricity Board) July 19th, 1929. Booklet, 11 Pages. £8 (Scarce)
  11. An Dochas Beo Laoidhean le Donnchadh Macasgaill. Booklet, air fhoillseachadh ann an 1990. 12 Laoidhean. 38 Duilleag. £8
  12. Southern Comfort The Story of Borders Rugby by Neil Drysdale. Foreword by David Campese. In this seminal work, the author investigates the way that the Borders developed into one of Rugby’s most famous heartlands and examines the impact which the South has made on the game since Langholm came into being in 1871. H.B. With D/J Published in 2011. 15 Chapters, Borders Town by Town Guide, Index. Includes Illustrations. 278 Pages. £6
  13. Harris In History and Legend by Bill Lawson. Contents: The Machair, Tarasaigh, Caol na Hearadh, Tairbeart and na Baigh, The Forest and Scalpaigh, Hiort (St Kilda), Epilogue, Appendix, References. P.B. Published in 2002, this reprint is from 2011. 244 Pages. £8
  14. Lewis In History and Legend. The East Coast by Bill Lawson. Contents: Sgire Bhac, Mu Thimcheall Steornabhaigh, An Rubha, Sgire nan Loch, Steornabhaigh, Epilogue, References, Maps. P.B. Published in 2011. 252 Pages. £8
  15. The Isle of Mull and Iona. Fully illustrated Guide Book. Booklet which contains a map, tours of the islands, Iona, Gaelic Names, Clan Maclean, Duart Castle, etc. 64 Pages. Date of Printing Unknown. £8
  16. The Lords of the Isles. The Clan Donald and the early Kingdom of the Scots by Ronald Williams. Contents: Dalriada and the Celtic Memory, The Viking Period, The Gaelic Revival, The Lordship, Appendices, List of Maps and Genealogical Tables. P.B. Originally Published in 1984, this reprint is from 1997. 270 Pages. £8
  17. Strathclyde’s Smuggling Story by Frances Wilkins. P.B. Published in 1992. Nine Chapters, Appendix and bibliography. 121 Pages. £8
  18. Torhousemuir: Memories of a Wigtownshire Crofter 1935-1945 Jo Whiteford. Edited by Julia Muir Watt. Crofting has long been considered a purely Highland activity, but in the southernmost reaches of Scotland a crofting community existed until the end of the Second World War. P.B. 104 Pages. Printed in 2001. £8
  19. Memories of a Galloway Childhood by Christopher Russell. An illustrated anthology of new Scottish verse. H.B. With D/J Published in 1989. 22 Poems in total. 50 Pages. £6
  20. Uig 2000. Portrait of an Island Community. A photographic record of each household in the district of Uig, Lewis in the year 2000. P.B. Published in 2001. 112 Pages. £10
  21. Back Football Club. Golden Jubilee Souvenir Programme 1933-1983. Booklet, printed in 1983. Gives a season by season account of how the team fared and contains many photographs. 40 Pages. £8 (Very scarce)
  22. Sea Room An Island Life by Adam Nicolson. The story of the Shiant Isles off the coast of Lewis, which the author inherited from his father at the age of 21. This book describes the island as a microcosm of richness, their long and at times painful history combined with a natural world at its most potent. H.B. With D/J Published in the mid 2000’s. 391 Pages. £6
  23. The Five Hundred Year Book of the University of Glasgow 1451-1951. To Commemorate the Fifth Centenary of the University of Glasgow. Edited by Ian R. Hamilton. 24 Chapters by different writers. 167 Pages. £10
  24. The Lewisian and Torridonian Rocks of North West Scotland by A.J. Barber, A. Beach, R.G. Park, J Tarney and A.D. Stewart. With a foreword by John Sutton and Janet Watson. Geologists Association Guide No. 21. Booklet, printed in 1978. 99 Pages. £8
  25. Island farm by F. Fraser Darling. The story of the author’s time on the Isle of Tanera running a farm. H.B. Published in 1943. 1st 16 Chapters and Conclusion. Includes illustrations. 223 Pages. £15
  26. Clan Fraser. A history celebrating over 800 years of the Family in Scotland by Flora Marjory Fraser 20th Lady Saltoun. Part 1 -History, Part 2 Cairnbulg, Part 3 Succession, Part 4 -Two Chiefs, Chart of Cadet Lines, Bibliography. P.B. Published in 1997. 83 Pages. £8
  27. Suil ri Cladach. Cruinneachadh de dh’orain mhara. Deasaichte le Alexina Ghreumach agus Alma NicShimidh. 25 Orain. Leabhar A4, air fhoillseachadh ann an 1992. 48 Duilleag. £6
  28. The School Gaelic Dictionary. Prepared for the use of Students of the Gaelic Language by Malcolm Macfarlane. H.B. Date of Publishing unknown. 191 Pages. £15
  29. The Historical Families of Dumfriesshire and the Border Wars by C. L. Johnstone. Booklet, originally printed in 1888, date of reprint unknown. XI Chapters. 67 Pages. £8
  30. When the Years Were Young by Mary Sandeman. A child’s eye view of the 1920’s in the West Highlands. 21 Chapters, Glossary and two appendixes. P.B. Published circa late 1990’s. 96 Pages. £8
  31. The Men of Skye by Roderick MacCowan. H.B. Fully Rebound. Published in 1902. 1st This book profiles 49 Christian men from Skye and includes appendixes with three poems at the end. 230 Pages. £45
  32. The Glen. Glentrool: its scenery and story. P.B. 27 Pages, each page has text and an accompanying photo. Printed in 2016. £5
  33. The Macleod’s The Genealogy of a Clan. Section Three. Macleod Cadet Families descended from William XIII Chief by the late Rev Dr Donald Mackinnon and Alick Morrison. P.B. Published in 1970. This publication looks at 20 branches of the Macleods mainly in Skye, Pabbay, St Kilda and Berneray. 294 Pages. £25
  34. The Isle of Lewis and Harris. A Study of British Community by Arthur Geddes. H.B. With D/J Published in 1955. 1st Contents: Environment and Landscape, The Seasons, Plant Life and Crofters Year, The Island Home: homestead, Township and Burgh and their Population, The Evolution of Economy and Society in the Island Environment, Family Farm Group and Township, The Continuing Community and its Social Economy to 1815, Clansmen, People, Chiefs and Tacksmen, The Spiritual Life of the Community, Change in Religion and Social Customs, Economic Changes:1750-1919, Between Two Wars and After:1918-1952, Economic Statistics of Lewis and Harris, Selected Bibliography, Includes a List of Plates and Figures. 340 Pages. £45
  35. A Bird Watcher in the Isle of Harris. Notes and Records 1954-1963 & 1970 -1995 by Geoffrey D. Wilkinson. Booklet, printed in 2002. 39 Pages. £8
  36. Calvinistic Theology. Produced by the Lewis Branch of the Scottish Reformation Society. An edited version of an address given at a meeting of the Lewis Branch of the Scottish Reformation Society on Friday 19 November 1993 by Rev George Macaskill APC Minister, Stornoway. Booklet, 15 Pages. £5
  37. Highland Drove by John Keay. Two hundred years ago, from Scotland’s remotest glens and islands as many as 150,000 head of cattle a year poured through the mountains on their way to Lowland markets. For cattle was then the wealth of the Highlands: they were the main trade, the main cash crop, the main currency. H.B. With D/J Published in 1984. 1st 13 Chapters, Bibliography and Illustrations. 202 Pages. £10
  38. The Eishken Estate A History by David SD Jones. Booklet, printed in 2009. 56 Pages and includes Photographs. £8
  39. The History of the Stromness Lifeboats. Written and Produced by Jeff Morris. Booklet, printed in 1993. 42 Pages. £6
  40. Discovering Inverness shire by Lorraine Maclean of Dochgarroch. P.B. Published in 1988, 13 Chapters. This book covers the mainland part of Inverness Shire plus part of Appin. 251 Pages. £10
  41. Inhabitants of the Inner Isles Morvern and Ardnamurchan 1716. The Scottish Record Society New Series Volume 21. Edited by Nicholas Bristol Maclean. A reprint of the original manuscript. H.B. Published in 1998. 173 Pages. £12
  42. To Move With the Times. The Story of Transport and Travel in Scotland by Anne Gordon. The author has written a comprehensive historical account tracing the ever changing story of transport and travel in Scotland. H.B. With D/J Published in 1988. 19 Chapters, Notes, Bibliography. Includes Illustrations. 248 Pages. £6
  43. Visiting Distilleries by Duncan & Wendy Graham. Contents include; The Central Highlands, Map of the Islands & The West Coast, The Islands & The West Coast, Map of Islay & Jura, Islay & Jura, Map of Orkney & The North of Scotland, Orkney & The North of Scotland, Map of Speyside, Speyside, Map of the Lowlands, The Lowlands, Map of Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland, Glossary, Visitor Responses Form. H.B. Published in 2001. 121 Pages. £8
  44. Lights in the Darkness. Planting Churches through Children’s work in Lima’s shantytown by Margaret Sanderson. Originally written in Spanish and translated by Vivien Whitfield. P.B. Published 2003. 21 Chapters. 120 Pages. £6
  45. Glimpses of Gunn by Ann Yule and Allan Haldane. An Appreciation of the Life and Works of Neil M. Gunn. Contents: Foreword, Introduction, Glimpses of Gunn, The Tormore Story, Recollections, Acknowledgements, Main Publications. Booklet, date of printing unknown. 64 Pages. Signed by the Editor. £8
  46. Monty’s Highlanders 51st Highland Division in World War Two. By Patrick Delaforce. P.B. Originally Published in 1997, this reprint is from 1998. 43 Chapters. 240 Pages. £8
  47. Children’s Recipe Book. Compiled by Special Class Stornoway Primary. Booklet, with ring binding. Date of printing unknown. 25 Pages. £5
  48. St Columba’s (Old Parish) Church, Stornoway. Guild Recipe Book. Booklet, with ring binding. Printed in 2005. Contents: Starters, Main Courses, Vegetarian, Salads, Desserts, Baking, Confectionary, Preserves, Household Hints, Temperature Guide. £6
  49. The Discovery of the Hebrides. Voyages to the Western Isles 1745-1883 by Elizabeth Bray. Contents include : voyages by Martin Martin, Bonnie Prince Charlie, Murdoch Mackenzie, Samuel Johnson and James Boswell, John Knox, James Hogg, Willaim Wordsworth, etc. P.B. Originally Published in 1986, this reprint is from 1996. 17 Chapters. 268 Pages. Signed by the Editor. £12
  50. The Hub of my Universe by James Shaw Grant. Humour, Mystery, Tragedy and Adventure from real life in the Outer Hebrides. A selection of stories from the author which first appeared in the columns of the Stornoway Gazette. P.B. Published in 1982. 49 Chapters, 148 Pages. £8
  51. The Wreck of the Annie Jane by Allan F. Murray. The forgotten Island disaster 1853, Vatersay, Outer Hebrides. 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. 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 passengers and crew. P.B. Published in 2017. 16 Chapters, Maps and Illustrations. 231 Pages. £10
  52. The Scottish Antiquarian Tradition. Essays to mark the bicentenary of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland 1780-1980. Edited by A.S. Bell. Eight essays in total and two Appendixes. The essays were written by; Ronald G. Cant, R.B.K. Stevenson. Marinell Ash, D.V. Clarke, Angus Graham, Ian Stewart, Charles J. Burnett. H.B. With D/J Published in 1981. 286 Pages. £12
  53. Managing Scotland’s Environment by Charles Warren. P.B. Originally Published in 2002, this reprint is from 2004. The Book is in Five parts: The Nature and Control of the Land, The Pieces of the Jigsaw, Interactions and Controversies, Thinking and Deciding about the Environment, Conclusion. 410 Pages. £10
  54. The Village Names of Lewis. A new edition of the classic work on the Island’s Old Norse place names heritage by Magne Oftedal. Booklet, which is a facsimilie copy of the original work. Printed in 2009. 56 Pages. £6
  55. The Gordon’s Mill Farming Club 1758-1764 by J. H. Smith. Contents: The Infield and Outfield System, Agriculture in Transition, Agricultural Societies, Extracts from the Minutes. H.B. With D/J Published in 1962. 1st Slight tears at the bottom of the D/J on the spine and front board. 156 Pages. £15
  56. South Lochs in the Leverhulme Era. A Community in Crisis by Monique Watt. Booklet, printed in 2012. 48 Pages. £6
  57. Who Owns Scotland by John MacEwan. The first comprehensive history written on who owned the various parts of Scotland. P.B. Published in 1977, 15 Chapters, 9 Appendices. 137 Pages. Includes two newspaper cuttings,one about the sale of 2 Estates in Uig, Lewis and an obituary to the Author printed in the WHFP. £8
  58. “Of Foxes and Saints” Sandy McLaren St Johnstone, Scotland and Leicester City. By G. McLaren. Contents: Preface, The Early Years, St Johnstone FC, Leicester City FC, Wartime and Later Years, Appendices. P.B. Published in 2001. 72 Pages. £8
  59. Fuinnan Sailm. Gaelic Psalm Tunes. Including the Long Tunes Noted by Mr Whitehead, From Rev Donald Munro. Booklet, printed in 1932, 23 Psalm Tunes. 23 Pages. £10 (Scarce)
  60. Alias MacAlias. Writings on Songs, Folk and Literature. Hamish Henderson. Edited by Alec Finlay. P.B. Originally Published in 1992, this reprint is from 2004. Part One deals with Folk Songs, Part Two: People, part Three: Folk Tales, Part Four: Literature and Politics. 455 Pages. £8
  61. James Hogg at Home by Norah Parr. Being the Domestic Life and Letters of the Ettrick Shepherd. P.B. Published in 1980. 8 Chapters, Maps and Family Tree and Index. 142 Pages. £8
  62. Strathconon by Duncan Maclennan. The author’s reminiscences of what it was like to be brought up on a Highland Sporting estate in the first half of the Twentieth Century. Booklet, printed in 1996. 15 Chapters. 54 Pages. £8
  63. Churchill’s Prisoners. The Italians in Orkney 1942-44. Compiled by James Macdonald. Booklet, originally Printed in 1987, this reprint is from 1992. 9 Chapters and Illustrations. 44 Pages. £6
  64. Prehistoric Lochbroom & Assynt by Cathy Dagg Lochbroom Field Club. Booklet, printed in 1990. A publication which looks at the local environment of the area. 35 Pages. £6
  65. This Was My Glen by Donald Mackay. (Jenny Horn) Caithness Notebook No 2. 18 Chapters and a glossary. Originally printed in August 1965, this second reprint is from June 1966. 71 Pages. £8
  66. Calum’s Road by Roger Hutchinson. The story of one man’s visionary project of building a road in the North end of Raasay. H.B. With D/J Published in 2006, 1st 6 Chapters, Preface, Maps, Notes, Bibliography. 196 Pages. £6
  67. Oban High School. The First 100 Years. A book published to celebrate the centenary in 1992 of Secondary education at Oban High School. Edited by Robert A. Reid. Ten articles by former pupils which span the 100 years of the school, includes a list of the Dux Medalists, School Captains, Indices. H.B. With D/J Published in 1993. Includes photographs. 220 Pages. £10
  68. Glen More -a drive through history by Jackie LeMay & Joanna Gardner. Booklet, two mull authors combine their writing and artistic talents to take you through Glen More -the history, legends, wildlife and flowers. Printed in 2001. 28 ages. £6
  69. Graips & Gumboots. Memories of the Women’s Land Army by Alex W.L.A.. No 906 & Bea W.L.A. No 1223. Booklet,printed in 1993. The booklet is in four parts. 56 Pages. £8
  70. Mull: Monuments and History. An excursion guide by Jean Whittaker. Booklet, printed in 2004. 16 Chapters, Maps and Bibliography. 36 Pages. £6
  71. The Fergussons by Sir James Fergusson of Kilkerran. Their Lowland and Highland Branches. With tartan and Arms in Colour, and a Map. Booklet, a reprint from 1970. 32 Pages. £6
  72. The Island of Bute by Ian S. Munro. H.B. With D/J Published in 1973. 1st 12 Chapters, Bibliography, Acknowledgements, Index. Includes Illustrations. 224 Pages. £10
  73. A Sad Tale of the Sea. The story of Malcolm Macdonald and Murdo Mackay on the Island of Rona by Michael Robson. Booklet, printed in 2006. 50 pages. £6
  74. An Naidheachd Bhon Taigh le Tormod Caimbeul. Taghadh de sgeulachdan agus bardachd bho sar sgriobhadair gaidhlig. P.B. Air fhoillseachadh ann an 1994. 138 Duilleagan. £6
  75. In Bed With an Elephant. The Scottish Experience by P.H. Scott. Saltire Pamphlets. New Series 7. Five Chapters, References. Booklet,printed in 1985. £5
  76. West Highland Survey. An Essay in Human Ecology. Edited by F.Fraser Darling. Contents: A Brief Historical Resume of the Highland Problem, Relief,Land Forms, Vegetation and Communications, Population, The Ecology of Land Use, The Agricultural Situation, The Social Situation, Summary of the West Highland Survey Report. H.B. With D/J Published in 1955, this reprint is from 1956. Includes, Tables, Figures and Plates. 438 Pages. £20
  77. ‘More Fruitful than the Soil’ Army, Empire and the Scottish Highlands, 1715-1815 by Andrew Mackillop. This book analyses the origins, development and impact of the British Army recruiting in the Scottish Highlands in the period from 1739-1815. P.B. Published in 2000. 7 Chapters, Conclusion, Appendices, Bibliography, Index. 290 Pages. £10
  78. William MacGillivray. A Hebridean Naturalist’s Journal 1817-1818. Edited by Dr Robert Ralph. A detailed journal that provides a rare insight into the rural life of 19th century Scotland. Contents: Foreword, Editorial Note, The Journal, Colour Plates, Postscript, Two Appendixes. P.B. Published in 1996. 167 Pages. £8
  79. Ferguson A Bi Centenary Handsel. Seventeen Poems Selected by Robert Garioch. A Vision of Angels A one act play by Anne Smith. The work of the Edinburgh Poet Robert Ferguson 1750-1774. Booklet, printed in 1974. 72 Pages. £6
  80. Logan’s Complete Tutor for the Highland Bagpipe and a selectin of Marches, Quicksteps, Laments, Strathspeys Reels & Country Dances. 1950 Revised Edition by Pipe Major William Ross. 48 Pages. Some tears on the spine. £15
  81. Old Cowcaddens, Possilpark & Lambhill by Andrew Stuart. Booklet, printed circa late 1990’s. Text accompanies all the photographs. 48 Pages. £6
  82. Richard Cameron Martyr, Revolutionary and Preacher 1648 1680 by Rev A. Sinclair Horne. Lecture given on occasion of 300th anniversary of the Sanquhar Declaration, 22nd June 1680 and death of Richard Cameron 22nd July 1680. Booklet, printed in 1980. 18 Pages. £8
  83. Lost Perthshire by Ann Lindsay. P.B. Published in 2011. Eight Chapters, Bibliography and Sources. 212 Pages. £6
  84. Cullen A Pictorial History by Duncan Wood. Booklet, date of printing unknown. 53 Pages. £6
  85. Croft Histories Balranald and Paiblesgarry by Comann Ecahdraidh Uibhist a Tuath. Contents: History of Balranald and Paiblesgarry -Pre 1921, Land Raid 1921 -Balranald Estate, A Uist Tradition, Index of Crofts. Booklet,printed in 1988. 51 Pages. £8 (Scarce)
  86. The Blackhouse Families. Teaghlaichean nan Taighean Dubha. A record of the families that resided in the 7 Black Houses in the village of Garenin,Isle of Lewis. Details all the inhabitants and has information on the majority of them and includes photos of some of the people and some of the families. A4 Size publication, compiled and printed by Urras nan Gearranan. Date of printing unknown but possibly mid to late 1990’s. 68 Pages. £15 (Very Scarce)
  87. The Land and People of Scotland by James Meek. H.B. With D/J Published in 1990. Seventeen Chapters, Bibliography, Discography, Filmography, Index. 244 Pages. £6
  88. Introducing Scotland Place Names by Fiona Johnstone. P.B. Published in 1982. Contents: Introduction, Scottish Place Names, Reading List. 64 Pages. £5
  89. Island Heroes. The Military History of the Hebrides. The proceedings of a three day conference held in Shawbost, Isle of Lewis 11-13 August 2008. Papers delivered by the following; Frank Thompson, Andrew MacKillop, Nicholas Maclean-Bristol, Captain Roderick Mackinnon, M.N. Beaton & W. McGonagle, Donald John Macleod, Malcolm Macdonald, Mike Hughes, John Davenport, Ken Watson, Sheriff Colin Scott Mackenzie. P.B. Published in 2010. 205 Pages. £10
  90. The Long Road A Driver’s Guide to Jura by Peter Youngson. Booklet, originally published in 1983, this fourth reprint is from 2005. 68 Pages. £6
  91. Suathadh Ri Iomadh Rubha. Eachdraidh beatha Aonghas Caimbeul (Am Puilean) Nis, Leodhais. H.B. Air fhoillseachadh ann an 1973. Clar Innsidh: Oige ann an Suaineabost, Daoine Eibhinn sa Sgire, Bearnaraidh agus Easaidh, Cuckoo Sailor, Anns an Arm Cheangailt, Nis agus Glaschu, Braighdeanas, Suil air ais’s air adhart. 370 Duilleag. £20
  92. Riders of the Storm. The Story of the Royal National Lifeboat Institution by Ian Cameron. H.B. Published in 11 Chapters and 6 Appendices and illustrations. 256 Pages. £8
  93. Ainmean Eun. Beurla gu Gaidhlig agus Gaidhlig gu Beurla. Comann Rioghail Dion Nan Eun. The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds. A4 Size Publication. Date of printing unknown. £10
  94. Free Church Ministers in Lewis (Presbytery) 1843-1993 by Rev Murdo Macaulay. A4 Size Publication. Printed 1994. The publication gives biographical detail and a photo of every Minister who has served in the Lewis congregations. 65 Pages. £10
  95. The Church in Uig (Lewis) up to the Union of 1929 by John Macleod. A very comprehensive history of the Church in Uig from 1778-until the mid 1990’s. A4 Size Publication. Printed in 2001. Twenty Six Chapters and Appendices. £10
  96. George Washington Wilson and Victorian Glasgow. By John R Hume and Tessa Jackson. 53 Photographs in total with accompanying text. P.B. Published in 1983. 44 Pages. £10
  97. Sons of Struth Demand the Truth. The Inside Story of the Battle for Power at Rangers by Craig Houston. Foreword by John Brown. P.B. Published in 2015. Sixteen Chapters, Acknowledgements and Bibliography. The story of one man’s campaign on going from being an ordinary fan sitting in the stands to spearheading the struggle for control at Ibrox as an alarming financial crisis steadily worsened. £5
  98. A Swedish Field Trip to the Outer Hebrides 1934. In memory of Sven T Kjellberg and Olof Hasslof. Compiled and Edited by Alexander Fenton with Mark A Mulhern. A fascinating pictorial record of the Outer Hebrides from Barra to Ness in the year 1934. Notes as written at the time accompany each photograph. Contents: Acknowledgements, List of Figures, Foreword, Introduction, Map, Place and Scholarship, The Diary and Notes, A Century of Change in the Outer Hebrides, Notes, Bibliography, Index. H.B. Published in 2012. 110 Pages. £15
  99. The North Herring Fishing. Ring Net Fishermen in the Minches by Angus Martin. P.B. Published in 2001. 27 Chapters and many Illustrations. Two Appendixes. This is the oral history of forays to the Minches by fishermen of Ayrshire and Kintyre. 190 Pages. £8
  100.  Confessions of a Highland Hero Steve ‘Pele’ Paterson with Frank Gilfeather. This candid and brutally honest memoir recounts the heady days of his footballing success as well as the devastating consequences of his addictive personality.  Paterson managed Elgin City, Huntly, Inverness Caley Thistle and Aberdeen.H.B. With D/J Published in 2009. 41 Chapters and photographs. 246 Pages. £5
  101. Island Journeys. A Countrywoman’s Travel by Bessie Skea. Bessie Skea’s lyrical writing captures the essence of Orkney’s sea, sky and countryside with an exquisite sharpness that lingers like winter light on the snow. B. Published in 1993, 28 Chapters. 165 Pages. £6
  102. The Silent Weaver. The Extraordinary life and work of Angus MacPhee by Roger Hutchinson. Angus Macphee from South Uist spent 50 years as a patient in Craig Dunain Hospital in Inverness. This book traces the life of this remarkable man in this rich, moving and enthralling exploration of mental health, the creative process, human frailty and ancient traditions. P.B. Published in 2011. 7 Chapters, Notes and Bibliography. 177 Pages. £5
  103. Saints & Sinners. Tales of Lewis Lives by Iain Smith with Joan Forrest. A book which looks at Education on the Isle of Lewis and some of the individuals who made the most of the education thy received in the late 19th Century and the early part of the 20th Individuals profiled are: John L Robertson, William T Ross, Alexander Macdonald, Professor Robert M Maciver, Professor Donald Mackenzie, John Munro, Murdo Macdonald & Hector Maciver. P.B. Published in 2017. Eleven Chapters. 180 Pages. £8
  104. The Sporting Estates of the Outer Hebrides Past and Present. An Illustrated History by David S.D. Jones. P.B. Published in 2008. 26 Chapters and looks at 20 sporting estates. 144 Pages. £10 (Signed by the Author)
  105. The Crofters War by I.M.M. Macphail. H.B. With D/J Published in 1989. Ten Chapters which includes, The Skye Troubles, The Napier Commission, Military Expedition to Skye, Grazings Disputes, The Crofters Act, Gun Boats to the Hebrides. etc, etc. 250 Pages. £8
  106. Dain do Eimhir le Somhairle Mac Ghill Eathain. An Clar Innsidh: Dain do Eimhir, Dain Eile, Eisgeachd, Versions of Selected Poems, Other Poems, Dealbhan. 80 Dain uile gu leir, le cud aca air an eadar theangachadh gu beurla. H.B. With D/J Published in 1943. 1st 103 Pages. £25
  107. Reminiscences of the Lews; Or, Twenty Years Wild Sport in the Hebrides by G.W. Hely Hutchinson. A reprint of the original classic which was published in 1873. P.B. Date of Printing unknown. 21 Chapters. 272 Pages. £20
  108. Celts of Compton County. A record of the emigrants that settled in Compton County, Quebec. Table of Contents: Dedication, Foreword, The Research Group, The Workers, Lewis-Life in the Hebrides, Voyage, Discovery, Home in a New Land, Home in a New Land, Leaving but Still Remembering, Books and Tape recordings.A4 Size Publication with ring binding. This publication seems to have been a research project which was placed in the local library in Compton County, so that people could find the information they wanted in the one place. Date of Printing maybe late 1980’s. £35 (Very Scarce)
  109. Rich Man, Beggar Man, Indian Chief. Fascinating Scots in Canada and America by Tom Bryan. In this absorbing book, the author recounts the colourful lives of 130 emigrants who made their mark on North American history. H.B. With D/J Published in 1997. Nine Chapters. 170 Pages. £8
  110. Ties That Bind. Boys Schools of Edinburgh by Alasdair Roberts. H.B. With D/J Published in 2009. 12 Chapters. 223 Pages. £10
  111. History of the Outer Hebrides by W.C. Mackenzie. Lewis, Harris, North and South Uist, Benbecula and Barra. With a chapter on the Geology, Physical Features and natural History of the Group by the Rev William Morrison Carr Bridge. 18 Chapters and 9 Appendices and includes many Illustrations. This 613 Page Volume is the most comprehensive history ever written on the Outer Hebrides. H.B. Published in 1903, 1st Edition and also give a list of all the subscribers. Only 150 copies of this volume were printed. £125
  112. A Last Wild Place by Mike Tomkies. The story of the authors life on the Island of Shona, in the West Highlands of Scotland to a remote Lochside cottage unoccupied since 1912, 44 miles from the nearest Town, and almost 7 miles from his nearest neighbour. H.B. With D/J Published in 1984. The book is in six parts and includes photographs. 250 Pages. Ex Library £8
  113. The Island Nurse by Mary J Macleod. The entertaining and touching story of a district nurse on a remote Scottish island in the early 1970’s. P.B. Published in 2012. 42 Chapters, Epilogue and Glossary. 347 Pages. £5
  114. More Tales From The Island Nurse by Mary J. Macleod. P.B. Published in 2014. 37 Chapters, Epilogue & Glossary. 221 Pages. £5
  115. Recipes from the Orkney Islands. Edited by Eileen Wolfe. P.B. Published in 1978, this reprint is from 1994. Fourteen Chapters, which includes Meat, Savoury, Sauces, Desserts, Baking, Preserves, Home Brew, etc, etc. 137 Pages. £5
  116. Fishing In Scotland from the 16th Century to the Present Day. By William Stewart. Booklet, Date of Printing Unknown. 35 Pages includes photographs. £6
  117. Old Newtonhill and Muchalls by Brian H. Watt. P.B. Published in 2005. 48 Pages of text and photographs. £6
  118. Gourock, Inverkip and Wemyss Bay from Old Photographs by Joy Monteith & Sandra MacDougall. Booklet, printed in 1981. 60 Pages. £6
  119. Restoration of the Matheson Monument, Stornoway, Outer Hebrides. A joint publication by the Stornoway Amenity Trust & Stornoway Trust. A step by step guide with photographs of each stage of the works and also includes some historical background. Booklet, date of printing unknown. 15 Pages. £6
  120. The Atmosphere of the Mearns frozen in time at the Millenium. A Photographic Celebration. P.B. 40 Pages, date of printing unknown. £6
  121. Scottish Exodus. Travels Among a Worldwide Clan by James Hunter. This book breaks new ground by taking particular emigrants, drawn from the once powerful Clan Macleod, and discovering with help from their descendants, exactly what happened to them and their families. H.B. With D/J Published in 2005. 7 Chapters, Acknowledgements, Notes and Reference, Bibliography and Index. 414 Pages. £8
  122. Macaulay Family History by John M. Macaulay. The Macaulay Families of Flodobay and Geocrab including The Pope Families from Ross Sutherland and Caithness. Booklet, printed in 2014. 38 Pages. Privately printed. £10 (Very Scarce)
  123. The Glasgow Rangers Story by Duncan Whitelaw. A history of Rangers FC, which blends a narrative around the rich tapestry, using stories and memories from the author’s fellow supporters. P.B. Published in 2014. 302 Pages. £5
  124. The Highlands & Islands of Scotland by A.C. O’ Dell & Kenneth Walton. H.B. With D/J Published in 1962. 1st 16 Chapters, Appendixes, Selected References, Index. Includes Illustrations. 353 Pages. £20
  125. The Churches at Howmore by Bill Lawson. A South Uist Church Site in its Historical Setting. Booklet, printed in 1998.44 Pages. £6
  126. Records of Grace in Sutherland. Compiled by Rev Donald Munro. Edited by Rev Kenneth Macrae. H.B. Published in 1953. Thirteen Chapters and an Appendix. 254 Pages. £15
  127. Old Oban by Michael Hopkin. P.B. Published in 2000. A photographic record with text. 48 Pages. £6
  128. Eilean Na H-Oige. Island of Youth. Insel Der Jugend. Poem by Fr Allan Macdonald. Translated by P. Campbell. A Macdonald, G Vogler Fiesser. Drawings by M. Seuren. P.B. Published in 1985 and was limited to a print run of 200 copies. Each edition is signed by the artist of the drawings and the editor. This is number 114. £15
  129. Moods and Memories by Christine Haxton and Sheena Munro. A collection of poems and short stories which were compiled by two members of the Black isle Writer’s Group. 49 Pages. £6
  130. The World of Rob Donn by Ian Grimble. H.B. With D/J Published in 1979. 1st 12 Chapters, Appendix and Index. 223 Pages. £15
  131. Fonn’s Dutchas. Land and Legacy Featuring a Narrative Essay by James Hunter. B. Published in 2006. A bilingual publication. Part One: The Scottish Highlands A Contested Country, Part Two: Land and Legacy. 121 Pages. £8
  132. The Book of the Lews The Story of a Hebridean Isle by W.C. Mackenzie. Foreword by The Right Hon Sir Ian Macpherson. With Map and illustrations. 10 Chapters on Historical Sketches, 3 Chapters on Pre Historic Lewis. Includes Illustrations. H.B. Published in 1919. 1st 276 Pages, includes a list of Subscribers. £25
  133. A Scot at Westminster. The memoirs of Donald Stewart who was the SNP MP for the Western Isles between 1970 and 1987. P.B. Published in 1994. 21 Chapters, Epilogue and an Index. 131 Pages. £6
  134. Buth Ailig le Domhnall Iain MacGilleathainn. 27 sgeulachdan. P.B. Air foillseachadh ann an 1988. 66 Duilleagan. £6
  135. Aspects of the Religious History of Lewis Up to the Disruption of 1843 by Rev Murdo Macaulay. 35 Chapters. P.B. Printed mid 1980’s. 227 Pages. £8
  136. Stairway 13. The Story of the 1971 Ibrox Disaster by Paul Collier & Donald S. Taylor. Foreword by George Best. P.B. Published in 2007. 15 Chapters. 159 Pages. £6
  137. “Echoes of Lossiemouth” “Echoes of Elgin” “London City of Splendour” “City of Fame” Treble Edition by Charles Macdonald. Booklet, date of printing unknown. 12 Pages, signed by the author. £6
  138. No Night There. Devotional Sermons by The Rev Murdoch Campbell. 14 Sermons in total. P.B. a reprint, date of printing unknown. 92 Pages. £6
  139. Island Memories by John Wilson Dougal. With 23 Illustrations from Photographs. H.B. Published in 1937. 1st Nine Chapters on journeys the author made to the Outer Hebrides. 187 Pages. £20
  140. Aye Ready. Rangers War Heroes by Paul Smith. H.B. With D.J. Published in 2011. 17 Chapters which covers heroes from both World Wars. 234 Pages which includes photographs. £8
  141. Highland Villages by James Shaw Grant. A study into the Highland Villages in the Gaelic speaking areas of the Western Isles, from this extreme he moves gradually towards the point where Highlands and Lowlands shade into each other. H.B. With D/J Published in 1977. 1st 17 Chapters. 192 Pages. £12
  142. My Shetland by Annie Deyell. An eloquent evocation of the Shetland in which the author grew up. P.B. Date of Publishing unknown. 102 Pages. £6
  143. Contemporary Scottish Verse 1959 -1969 edited by Norman MacCaig and Alexander Scott.  51 Poets work is in this publication. Poets include; James Aitchison, Alan Bold, George Mackay Brown, George Bruce, Stewart Conn, Douglas Dunn, Robin Fulton, Robert Garioch, Duncan Glen, Maurice Lindsay, Donald Macaulay, Norman MacCaig, Sorley Maclean, Edwin Morgan, Iain Crichton Smith and many more. P.B. Published in 1970. 271 Pages. £8
  144. Corporation of the City of Aberdeen. General Information 1966. £6
  145. Aberdeen Scotland’s Leading Resort. The Silver City with the Golden Sands. Date unknown. £6
  146. Aberdeen Highlands Games on Saturday 13th Aug, 1966 at Hazlehead Park. 1 Page giving information about the evens and admission prices for the day. £6
  147. The Haggis by Alexander Maclean. With Illustrations by Mairi Hedderwick. Booklet, printed in 1970. 17 Pages. £8 (Very Scarce)
  148. The Lewis Peatlands. The island’s growing heart. A Scottish Natural Heritage publication. Text by Kenny Taylor. Booklet, printed in 2003. 14 Pages. £6
  149. Twenty Years of Hebridean Memories by Emily Macdonald. This book covers the years 1919-1939. The author was a niece of Lord Leverhulme who owned the Island of Lewis in 1919. She later married Dr Donald Macdonald of Gisla. 14 Chapters. H.B. With D/J Published in 1965. 156 Pages. £20
  150. Temple Of Dreams. The Changing Face of Ibrox by Iain Duff. P.B Published in 2008. 15 Chapters. 192 Pages. £6
  151. Sean Connery a Biography by John Parker. The first full length biography of Connery. H.B. With D/J Published in 1993. 16 Chapters. 274 Pages. £5 (Ex Library)
  152. Bill MClaren. The Voice of Rugby. An Autobiography with Peter Bills. H.B. Wth D/J Published in 2004. 11 Chapters, includes many photographs. 296 Pages. £6
  153. When I Heard the Bell. The Loss of the Iolaire by John Macleod. The first in depth book about the loss of the Iolaire which sank near Stornoway Harbour on New Year’s Day 1919, with the loss of over 200 lives. It remains the worst peace time loss at sea since the sinking of the Titanic. H.B. With D/J Published in 2009. 8 Chapters and Appendixes. 292 Pages. £10
  154. Faclair Gaidhlig gu Beurla. Dwelly’s Illustrated Gaelic to English Dictionary. Containing every Gaelic word and meaning given in all previously published Dictionaries and a great number never in print before. To which is Prefixed a Concise Gaelic Grammar. H.B. With DJ Published in 1988. 1034 Pages. £10
  155. An Eaglais Shaor ann an Leodhas 1843 -1900 le Domhnall MacGilliosa. H.B.With D/J Published in 1981. 21 Cabideal agus ceithir searmonan. 134 duilleag. £8
  156. The Modern Gaelic -English Dictionary by Robert C Owen. P.B. Published in 1993. Specially recommended for learners, containing pronunciation, irregular verb tables, grammatical information, examples of idiomatic usage. 139 Pages. £8
  157. 200 Years of Distilling tradition. Strathisla Distillery Keith 1786-1986. By Stewart McBain. H.B. With D/J Published in 1986. 6 Chapters, Appendices, Index, References, Notes, Acknowledgements. 68 Pages. £20 (Scarce)
  158. Travels in the Western Isles from 1782 to 1790 by Rev John Lane Buchanan. P.B. Published in 1997. A copy of the original book which was printed in 1793. Introduction by Dr Alasdair Maclean. 109 Pages. £12
  159. Reflections on the History of Stornoway and Lewis by Sandy Matheson. Based on a talk to The Islands Book Trust. Booklet, printed in 2008. 32 Pages. £6
  160. The Furrow Behind Me, Told by Angus MacLellan. Translated from the Gaelic by John Lorne Campbell. The Autobiography of a Hebridean Crofter. P.B. Originally Published in 1997, this reprint is from 2002. 7 Chapters, Notes & Glossary of Agricultural Terms. 202 Pages. £5
  161. Colonel Colin Mackenzie First Surveyor General of India by W.C. Mackenzie. This is the story of Stornoway born Mackenzie who was a master surveyor and an outstanding geographer. H.B. With D/J Published in 1952. 1st Twenty Two Chapters. 230 Pages. £25
  162. Scotland Farewell. The People of the Hector by Donald Mackay. This is the story of the Highland Scots who sailed to Pictou, Nova Scotia on board the Hector, in 1773. P.B. Published in 2006. Part One: After Culloden, Part Two: Nova Scotia, includes Appendices, Postscript, References and Maps. 246 Pages. £8
  163. St Martins and Cambusmichael A Parochial Retrospect by Alexander Scott. Illustrated by D. Scott Murray. 6 Chapters. H.B. Published in 1911. 99 Pages. £15
  164. Echoes of an Era. Shawbost Free Church of Scotland Its Origins and History by Malcolm Macleod. Booklet, published in 2014. 8 Chapters, 7 Appendixes, Bibliography and Endnotes. 72 Pages. £6
  165. Passion and Paradox. The First Angus Macleod Memorial Lecture 19th October 2004 by Professor Donald Macleod. Booklet, printed in 2005. 16 Pages. £5
  166. Iain ‘Ain ‘ic Iain. From Garenin to the Oregon County by Maletta Macphail. The story of John Macleod who was born in Garenin, Isle of Lewis in May 1815, but spent most of his life in the area that is now known as Washington State. This book looks at his mazing life story. P.B. Published in 2015. 9 Chapters, Biography and list of sources. The book is a bilingual publication. 117 Pages. £8
  167. A Desert Place in the sea. The early Churches of North Lewis by Michael Robson. Booklet, printed in 1997. 11 Chapters, bibliography. 95 Pages. £6
  168. Dundee Memories by Ian M. Malcolm. P.B.Published in 2005. 20 Chapters. 128 Pages. £6
  169. Devotion Service Rendered. The lay Missionaries of the Church of Scotland by Frank D Bardgett. P.B. Published in 2002. 8 Chapters and also gives a register of Lay Missionaries (1930-1988) and a Bibliography. 365 Pages. £8
  170. Leisure Moments by Helen Kennedy. Pamphlet of poems. Published in 1957. 32 Pages. £10
  171. The Bridge Club Aberdeen 1933-2004 by Norman Mackenzie. Booklet, printed in 2004. 34 Pages. £8
  172. Gaelic and English Poems by John M Macpherson. H.B. Date of printing unknown. 8 Gaelic Poems and 3 English Poems. 32 Pages. £20 (Scarce)
  173. Scottish Fishing Boats by Gloria Wilson. P.B. Published in 1995. 7 chapters, 2 Appendixes on Fishing methods and Bibliography. Includes photographs. 144 Pages. £8
  174. West Coast Tales -Riveters, Wrecks and Ring Netters by Walter Weyndling. P.B. Published in 2005. 8 Chapters, Index of Boats and Shipyards, Index of Vessels, Index of Proper Names. 164 Pages. £8
  175. Cronan Nan Tonn. The Croon of the Sea by Duncan Johnston. Booklet, this is a reprint from 1997. 32 Songs with tunes. 72 Pages. £8
  176. Harris and Lewis Outer Hebrides by Francis Thompson. H.B. With D/J Published in 1968, this reprint is from 1973. Chapters include; Ecology and Physical Environment, History, Communication, Agricultural and Fishing, The People, Stornoway, Island Life. 11 Chapters in total, bibliography, acknowledgements, Index. 221 Pages. £8
  177. Memories of the Island of Scarp by Donald John Macleod. Booklet, printed in 2009. 32 Pages. £6
  178. St Columba’s Church at Aiginish. (The Church at the Ui) by Bill Lawson. A Lewis Church in its Historical Setting. Booklet, printed in 1991, 16 Chapters. 44 Pages. £6
  179. Mediaeval and Modern Irish Series. Volume II Tromdamh Guaire. Edited by Maud Joynt. This book is suitable for learners of the language and was intended for School’s and Colleges. H.B. Published in 1931. Some writing on pages, which looks like notes by a previous owner of the book. 55 Pages. £8
  180. St Kilda. National Nature Reserve. A Scottish Natural Heritage Publication. Text by John Love. 10 Chapters which look at the landscape, Insects and other animals, seabirds, landbirds, St Kilda mice, Soay sheep and Boreray sheep. P.B. Date of publishing unknown. 45 Pages. £8
  181. Ceol Na Gaidhlig. Gaelic Music & Poetry. A booklet to accompany the sixty minute cassette programme devised and written by Derick Thomson. Booklet, originally printed in 1976, this reprint is from 1990. 32 Pages. £8
  182. Scots Gaelic A Brief Introduction by George Robert Maclennan. Contents: Background, Aspiration, Spelling, Inflections, Letters Lost or Added, Stress and Accent, Some problems with Verbs, Dialects, Time and Number, Place Names, Basics. Booklet, printed in 1987. 28 Pages. £8
  183. Murder and Mystery in the Highlands by Francis Thompson. H.B. With D/J Published in 1977. 1st Seven Chapters, Selected Bibliography, Index. Includes Illustrations. 187 Pages. £8
  184. The Clan Glenell. Cross Me Who Dares. By Michael Brander. H.B. With D/J Published in 1996. 15 Chapters. 99 Pages. £15
  185. The Soap Man. Lewis, Harris and Lord Leverhulme by Roger Hutchinson. In 1918, as the First World War was drawing to a close, the famous liberal industrialist Lord Leverhulme bought, lock, stock and barrel -the Hebridean island of Lewis. This book paints a beguiling portrait of the driven figure of Lord Leverhulme. H.B. With D/J Published in 2003.Nine Chapters, Notes, Bibliography, Index and includes Illustrations. 236 Pages. £8
  186. From A Highland Croft by Wendy Wood. Month by Month Miss Wendy Wood leads us pleasantly through the Highland year in a series of sketches. Illustrated with Photographs by Wm. S. Thomson. H.B. With D/J Published in 1952. 1st 48 Pages. Some tears on the D/J at both corners at top of front cover, and 1 tear on the back cover. £12
  187. Hebridean Heroines by Catherine M. Morrison. Twentieth Century Queen’s Nurses (1940’s-1970’s) P.B. Published in 2017. Eleven Chapters, Bibliography, Appendices. 121 Pages. £8
  188. Orkney by Bike. 24 Cycle routes round the Mainland and Islands of Orkney by Les Cowan and Mike Sinclair. P.B. With Ring Binding. Published in 1998. 59 Pages. £6
  189. Pictish Symbol Stones. An Illustrated Gazetteer. A4 Size Publication. 56 Pages. £8
  190. Tolsta Chaolais. The Steading by the Sound. The Emigration and Great Changes which Shaped Life in an Outer Hebrides Village. Part I 1746 to 1846 by Christine Macdonald. A4 Size Publication with Ring Binding. Published 1996. 51 Pages. £10 (Scarce)
  191. Christie Boy by Chris Fraser. From his birth in a railway cottage in Lairg, in the last months of the Great War, to his time as a Manager with David MacBrayne ltd, in Fort William. Chris Fraser takes us on a tour of a Highland way of life now long gone. P.B. Published in 1994. 14 Chapters. 150 Pages. £6
  192. Shinty Year Book 1986. Edited by Liz Macinnes and Douglas Lowe. Full of articles from that season in youth and senior Shinty, plus historical articles and many photographs. A5 Size. 96 Pages. £8
  193. Sar Orain le Catriona Dhughlas. Na h-Orain is an Ceol gu h-uile Catriona Dhughlas. Booklet, air fhoillseachadh ann an 1971. Naoi orain ann an Gaidhlig agus Beurla. 23 Duilleagan. £8
  194. “Pein- Ora” Dealbhan -Cluich, le an cuid ceol, Orain agus Oraidean fregarrach airson na cloinne, gu h-uile le Catriona Dhughlas. Booklet, air fhoillseachadh ann an 1972. Naoi Dealbhan Cluich. 16 Duillaegan. £8
  195. The Three Chimneys. Recipes & Reflections from the Isle of Skye’s World Famous Restaurant by Shirley Spear. Photographs by Alan Donaldson. 13 Chapters with recipes and a recipe Index and photographs. A4 Size Publication, originally published in 2002, this reprint is from 2006. 168 Pages. £8
  196. Old Glasgow Streets by Rudolph Kenna. A book of photographs and texts. Booklet, printed in 1990, this 4th Edition is from 1995. 52 Pages. £8
  197. Up The Ben Wi Eddie. Photos and chat as we make our way up the Ben Nevis Pony Track by Jimmy Jardine. A4 Size Publication with plenty photographs, stories, facts and figures. This book is a tribute to the famous Eddie Campbell whose name was synonymous with the Ben Race. Published in 2005. 172 Pages. £10
  198. Togail Tir Marketing Time. The Map of the Western Isles. Edited by Finlay Macleod. This book is concerned with the many ways in which a given landscape -in this case the Western Isles of Scotland -may be experienced, depicted and described. It is a serious of articles by well known writers. 19 Chapters, Further reading and Notes on the Contributors A4 Size Publication, published in 1989. 160 Pages. £10 (Signed by the Editor)
  199. The Signet Club, 1808. Historical Sketch Compiled by C.C.N. This edition is limited to One Hundred Copies, signed by the Honorary Secretary and numbered, of which this is 90. H.B. Published in 1928. Contents: Historical Sketch, Secretaries of the Signet Club, Property of the Club, Members of the Signet Club from 1808-1927, List of Members as at 31st December 1927, Rules of the Signet Club, 1808, as amended to July 1927, Menus of Dinners. 64 Pages. £45
  200. The Bairns O’ Adam. The Story of the STUC 1897 1997 by Keith Aitken. P.B. Published in 1997. Nine Chapters, Chronology, Bibliography, Index. 328 Pages. £6
  201. The Yachtsman’s Pilot Skye and Northwest Scotland by Martin Lawrence. Fully Revised Second Edition. A4 Size Publication, first Published in 1997. 12 Chapters and maps of the approaches.  Four Appendixes. 140 Pages. £10
  202. Game on Lewis Past and Present by David S.D. Jones. Booklet, printed in 2007. Chapters include; Game on Lewis and Harris, Game Preservation, Game Records, Fish on Lewis and Harris, Conclusion, Acknowledgements. 64 Pages. £8
  203. Ancient Lewis and Harris. Exploring the Archaeology of the Outer Hebrides by Christopher Burgess. A visitor’s guide to the historic sites and monuments of Lewis and Harris with contributions by Carol Knott and Mary Macleod. Booklet, printed in 2008. 96 Pages. £8
  204. Fiughalaich Eileanach. Alasdair Mhurchaidh a Liurbost agus Tigh Anna Mhor A Bruth. Leis an Urr. Iain Macleoid An Eaglais Shaor Barabhas. Booklet, air fhoillseachadh ann an 1947. 23 Duilleagan. £5
  205. Echoes of the Glen or Mac Talla nan Gleann by Colin Macdonald. H.B. Originally Printed in 1936, reprinted in 1945. Thirty Two Chapters. 157 Pages. Signed by the Author. £8
  206. Mac Mhaighstir Alasdair. The Ardnamurchan Years by Ronald Black. Booklet, printed in 1986. 44 Pages. £8
  207. Am Measg Nan Lili. Tormad Sona A Bha ‘N Siadair Bharabhais leis An Urr Iain Macleoid An Eaglais Shaor Barabhas. H.B. Air fhoillseacheadh ann an 1948. Coig Deug Caibidealan. 146 Duilleagan. £8
  208. Poems and Songs in Gaelic and English by Mrs Mary MacKellar, Bard to the Gaelic Society Inverness. H.B. Published in 1880. 76 Poems in total. 140 pages. £12
  209. The Royal Burgh of Inveraray by Alexander Fraser. P.B. Published in 1977. 1st Contents: The Burgh of Inveraray, The Old Town, The New Town, The Churches, Inveraray Grammar School,Other Schools. 224 Pages. £10
  210. Luach Na Saorsa. Leabhar Latha, Bardachd is Rosg le Murchadh Moireach. Deasaichte le Alasdair I. Macasgaill. Sia Caibideal. H.B. Air fhoillseachadh ann an 1970. 147 Duilleag. £6
  211. Luinneagan Mhicleoid. Bardachd is Orain le Iain Aonghas Macleoid, as na Hearadh. Leabharann air fhoillseachadh ann an 1973. 38 piosan bardachd. 59 Duilleag. £6
  212. The Edinburgh Academical Football Club Centenary History. A History of the Club and of Football at The Edinburgh Academy. B. Published in 1958. Fourteen Chapters and Illustrations. 165 Pages. £12
  213. A Tour of the Highlands in 1803 James Hogg. A Series of Letters by James Hogg, The Ettrick Shepherd, Addressed to Sir Walter Scott, Bart. This is a facsimilie report of the 1888 edition. P.B. Published in 1986. 118 Pages. £8
  214. Highland Harvester. ‘Bearing Fruit in Fields & Families’ by George Mitchell. Peter Grant’s Life, Times and Legacy. P.B. Published post 2010. 13 Chapters, Postscript, Appendix , About the Author. 151 Pages. £6
  215. Tocher -The magazine of the School of Scottish Studies Issues 48,49 &50. A5 size. Articles from the School’s archives. £10 for both editions.
  216. A Journey to the Western Isles of Scotland in 1773 by Samuel Johnson, L.L.D. With a preface by D.T. Holmes. H.B. Published in 1906, 35 chapters, 239 Pages. £15
  217. Murchadh Ruadh Poileasman Gaidhealach air Ghalldachd le Tormod E. MacDhomhnaill. With an English Summary. Booklet, printed in 1983, 56 pages. £6
  218. Home Culture. How the Gaelic Birthright is Lost by Dr Alex Macintyre, Airdrie. An address given to the Glasgow Gaelic Society, January 1945. Booklet, 28 Pages. £10
  219. Duntocher and Hardgate in pictures. Booklet, printed in 1983. Text accompanies the photographs. £6
  220. Dunlop Ancient & Modern Exhibition. 27th -29th March 1998. Dunlop Public Hall. Booklet, 32 Pages. £6
  221. A Chaora an Lathair An Luchd Iomairt. Searmon le C.H. Spurgeon. Air Eadar Theangachadh le Iain Mac Mhuirich M.A. Pamhplet, 16 duilleag. £10 (Gann)
  222. The First Fifty. Munro Bagging Without A Beard by Muriel Gray. H.B. With D/J. Published 1991. Ten Chapters. 190 Pages. Includes Photographs. £6
  223. Neil Gunn. Off In A Boat. A Hebridean Voyage. This book is the record of a journey of exploration in 1937, through the Inner Hebrides, in a small boat bought especially for the voyage. P.B. Originally published in 1938, this is a reprint from 2005. 22 Chapters. 348 Pages. £8
  224. Bygone Comrie. Memories of the Comrie Area and its personalities in the days before the First World War by James Miller. With additional material by Carol Miller and Bernard Byrom. Booklet, printed in 1998. 5 Chapters. 60 Pages. £8
  225. Deer Stalking in the Scottish Highlands 1940-1990 by Michael Forsyth Grant. B With D/J Published in 1990. 1st Edition. Nine Chapters, Appendix of the Deer Forests/Grouse Moors Stalked by the Author, Illustrations. 157 Pages. £12
  226. The Gaelic Phono Grammar. A Conversation Grammar for the use of beginners by The Rev Alistair Maclean. To be used with a set of Gramophone Records. H.B. Published in 1932. 136 Pages. £8
  227. The Cromarty We Knew. A Walk Through The 1930’s by Eric H Malcolm. P.B. Originally Published in 2000, this reprint is from 2003. Nine Chapters, Appendix. 162 Pages. £8
  228. History of the Free Presbyterian Church of Scotland (1893-1933). Compiled by a Committee Appointed by the Synod of the Free Presbyterian Church. H.B. Published in 1933. 1st Twelve Chapters and 3 Appendixes. 260 Pages. £10
  229. The Threiplands of Fingask. A Family Memoir. Written in 1853 by Robert Chambers. H.B. Published in 1880. Contents: The Threiplands of Fingask, Life in a Scottish Country Mansion, Two Days on the Moors of Perthshire. Appendix, Index. 128 Pages. £25
  230. Fragments and Sermons of the late Rev Malcolm Gillies Stornoway. B. Published in 1987. Includes a short account of Mr Gillies’s life and obituaries that appeared in the press after his death. This book is a presentation copy signed by his son. 127 Pages. £6
  231. The Doctor and his Friends by Isabel Cameron. P.B. Date of Publishing unknown. Eleventh Impression. Six Chapters. 75 Pages. £8
  232. Linguistics and Grammar: An Introduction to a Bibliography by H.W. Young. Educational Review. Reprinted from Volume 18, Number 2, February 1966. Booklet, 18 Pages. £8
  233. Cromarty An Illustrated Guide. Booklet, printed in 2001. Contents include; History, Town and Buildings, Map, Famous Inhabitants, Natural History, Local Walks, etc. 44 Pages. £6
  234. Western Isles Tourist Organisation. Pamhplet on Bird Watching. Compiled by William A.J. Cunningham. Date of printing unknown. £6 (Scarce)
  235. Review of Scottish Culture. Number 8 1993. Edited by Alexander Fenton with Hugh Cheape and Rosalind K Marshall. P.B. Published in 1993. 15 contributions, Ethnological Noticeboard, Reviews. 116 Pages. £8
  236. The Lands of the Lordship. Domhnall mac Eacharna. The Romance of Islay’s Names. P.B. Published in 1976. Nine Chapters, Index of names. 124 Pages. £10
  237. The Wild Flowers of Islay. A Checklist by Malcolm Ogilvie. Booklet, printed in 1995. 60 Pages. £8
  238. Shinty Year Book. 1976-77. Edited by Douglas Lowe and Richard Tulloch. A5 Size Publication. Contains the usual series of articles from senior and youth shinty from that season, historical articles and obituaries and photographs. 96 Pages. £8
  239. The Scot and His Oats by GW Lockart. P.B. Published in 1983. 13 Chapters. 57 Pages. £8
  240. The Heathen and the Gale. Clan Donald and Clan Campbell during the Wars of Montrose by Ronald Williams. P.B. Published in 1997. 5 Chapters, Footnotes, Select Bibliography, Index. Includes a list of maps. 214 Pages. £10
  241. Stornoway Childhood. Reflections from 1938 to 1950 by Colin M Macleod. Booklet, printed in 1999. Six Chapters. 27 Pages. £6
  242. The Cruellest Twist. The Iolaire Disaster. Booklet, compiled by WW100 Scotland to commemorate the centenary of the disaster. This is a bi lingual publication. 48 Pages. £6
  243. Uig 2000. A portrait of an Island Community. A joint project between Uig Community Council and Comunn Eachdraidh Uig which recorded a photograph of each household in the district in the year 2000. P.B. Published in 2001. 122 Pages. £10
  244. Highlands and Islands Enterprise. Iomairt na Gaidhealtachd’s nan Eilean. Time Travels. Stories from a remarkable 50 year journey. 1965-2015. By Catherine Deveney. P.B. Published in 2015. Ten Chapters, which includes photographs. 137 Pages. £8
  245. The Burkes Peerage. Book of Macivers. A4 Size Publication. 5 Chapters, includes a Maciver International Registry. £10
  246. Gaelic Dictionary. Faclair Gaidhlig by Malcolm Maclennan. A Pronouncing and Etymological Dictionary of the Gaelic Language. P.B. Published in 2005. 613 Pages. £8
  247. Old Stornoway Revisited by WH Macdonald. This publication is a compilation of a series of articles which first appeared in the Stornoway Gazette between January 1965 and September 1973, to which are added notes and comments by Murdoch Macleod. A4 Size Publication, printed in 2001. 93 Pages. £10
  248. When I Was Young. Voices from the Lost Communities of Scotland by Timothy Neat. P.B. Published in 2000, this is a reprint from 2005. 8 Individuals from 8 different communities in the remoter parts of Scotland are profiled in this book. 235 Pages. £8
  249. The Flowering of Scotland. Grand Slam ’90. Compiled by Derek Douglas. Foreword by David Sole. H.B. With D/J Published in 1990. 8 Chapters and an Epilogue. 190 Pages. £6
  250. Knee Deep in Claret. A Celebration of Wine and Scotland by Billy Kay and Cailean Maclean. H.B. With D/J Published in 1983. Sixteen Chapters, Appendices, Bibliography with Further Reading, Acknowledgements, Index. 232 Pages. £8
  251. My Uncle George. The respectful recollections of a backslider in a Highland manse by Alastair Phillips. Uncle George was the Rev George Mackay, for 35 years Free Church of Scotland Minister at Fearn. H.B. With D/J Published in 1984. 160 Pages. £8
  252. Saorsa Sgeulachdan Goirid. Deasaichte le Joan NicDhomhnaill agus John Storey. P.B. Air fhoillseachadh ann an 2011. 13 sgeulachdan gaidhlig le sgriobaidearan ura. 151 Duilleag. £6
  253. Over The Minch. From Kyleakin to Stornoway. Scotland -The land of Adventure by James S. Adam. From the author of ‘The Canoe Boys’ comes a sequel. P.B. Originally Published in 1977, this reprint is from 1997. 8 Chapters and has illustrations. 98 Pages. £8
  254. Tir An Aigh. Sgeulachdan, Dealbhan Cluiche, Bardachd le Domhnall Grannd -deasaichte le Iain A. MacDhomhnaill. P.B. Published in 1971. 243 Pages. £6
  255. Rangers 50 Flags. The Official Companion to Rangers World Record Breaking Journey to Fifty League Titles. H.B. With D/J Published in 2003. Written by Bob MacCallum. Edited by Douglas Russell. 256 Pages. £6
  256. The Caledonian Kitchen. A selection of delicious recipes from around Scotland. Compiled by Julie & Kenny Munro. Foreword by Kaye Adams. H.B. Published in 2009. 146 Pages. £5
  257. Sguaban Eorna le Domhnall Iain MacDhomhnuill. Bardachd Gaidhlig is Dain. 46 Dain uile gu leir. P.B. Air fhoillseachadh ann an 1973. 151 Duilleag. £8
  258. Luftwaffe over Scotland by Les Taylor. P.B. Published in 2010, this is a reprint from the same year. 8 Chapters which covers the war years 1939-1945, 3 appendixes, bibliography and an Index. An important and long overdue contribution to the full understanding of the German bombing campaign against Scotland during WW11. 144 Pages. £6
  259. The Burning Bush in Carloway. Its History and Revivals by Murdo Macaulay. Booklet, printed in 1984, to commemorate the centenary of the Free Church Building at Carloway, Isle of Lewis. 59 Pages. £6
  260. Facal air an Fhacal. What’s new in Gaelic publishing, Naidheachdan, beachdan, dealbhan chomhradh, etc. Iris leis a chomhairle Leabhraichean. Aireamh 1 An T-Earrach 1982. 32 Duilleag. £5
  261. The Lewis Pipe Band A Short History. By John Maclean (Johnny Lux) Booklet, printed in 1989. 48 Pages. £6
  262. Stornoway Vignettes. By Frank Thompson. Booklet, printed in 2004. Contents include; Where is Portrona, South Beach Shore, Boat Building in Stornoway, Seaforth Lodge, Arnish Lighthouse, Prince Charlie’s Cairn, Carn Gardens, Perceval Square, The Old Fish Mart, The Bell of St Lennan’s, Lewis Sold for 2d Per Acre, Lady Lever park, Stornoway Skeds, Martin’s Memorial, The History of a Stornoway Site, When Stornoway Went Dry, The River Creed, The Lewis Coffee House, The Porter’s Lodge, Stornoway’s Other War Memorials, The Former Glory of Lews Castle, The Stornoway Trust, Lathan a Drobh, Stornoway’s Goks and Wells,The Old Lewis Hospital, The Female Industrial School, St Columba’s Parish Church, The Stornoway Lifeboat, The Sunday Question (1850), The Stornoway Kipper, Whales, The Town Hall -1, The Town Hall -2, The Town Hall Shields, Kildun House -Arnish, Herring Girls, Royal Connections, Cromwell Street, St Peter’s Church, Goat island, Lewis War Memorial, The battery Guns, The Clock Tower, Caunter’s Corner, The Shoeburn Distillery, Gates and railings. 52 Pages. £8
  263. A Curlew in the Foreground. An RSPB warden’s summer on North Uist by Philip Coxon. H.B. With D/J Published in 1988. 229 Pages. £8
  264. Mairi Mhor Nan Oran. Taghadh de a h-Orain. Deasaichte le Domhnall Eachann Meek. P.B. Air fhoillseachadh an toiseach ann an 1977, chaidh an ath fhoillseachadh seo a thoirt a mach ann an 1998. Tha an iris seo nas motha na a chiad fhear, le barrachd orain agus cuideachd barrachd fiosrachadh mu a beatha. 240 Duilleag. £8
  265. Gaelic Songs by William Ross. Collected by John Mackenzie Inver-Ewe. New Edition Revised With Metrical Translation, Memoir, Glossary and Notes by George Calder. H.B. Published in 1937. 252 Pages. £15
  266. St Kilda Church, Visitors and Natives by Michael Robson. This book examines the church over the centuries, and the impact of the other outside influences such as tourists and journalists. Described as one of the most important books ever written on St Kilda. Contains many pictures of the island which have never previously been published. The book is in eight parts and contains many illustrations. H.B. With D/J Published in 2005. 755 Pages. £35
  267. Lewis and Harris Seamen 1939-1945 by John & Annie Morrison. A4 Size Publication printed in the mid 1990’s. Foreword by James Shaw Grant. A record of the acts of bravery, courage and endurance of seagoing men from Lewis and Harris. 107 Pages. £10
  268. Roll of Honour. Ness to Bernera For King and Country 1939-1945. A record of all the Men and women from Ness to Bernera who served in WW2. A4 Size Publication which was printed in 1988. 127 Pages. £10
  269. Raointean Cnuasachadh le Coinneach Iain Mac a’ Ghobhainn. A4 Size Publication, printed in 1990. 21 piosan bardachd. 32 Duilleag. £6
  270. Lewis Album. From the collection of historical photographs collected by Angus M. Macdonald. Edited by Sheila Macleod. Foreword by Sandy Matheson. A record of pictorial life on the Isle of Lewis over 100 years. All photographs have information. Booklet, printed in 1982. £10
  271. A school in South Uist. Reminiscences of a Hebridean Schoolmaster, 1890-1913 by F.G. Rea. Edited with Introduction by John Lorne Campbell. Foreword by Kate Macphee. H.B. Published in 1964. 214 Pages. £15
  272. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland. Vol XI Part II. 1875-76. P.B. 264 Pages. £15
  273. Royal Scots in the Gulf. 1st battalion The Royal Scots (The Royal Regiment) on Operation Grandby 1990-1991 by Laurie Milner. H.B. With D/J Published in 1994. 6 Chapters, Epilogue, Notes, Appendixes. 185 Pages. £10
  274. Bilingual Primary Education in the Western Isles of Scotland by John Murray and Catherine Morrison. Report of the Bilingual Education Project 1975-1981. P.B. Published in 1984. The book is in two parts. Part One looks at the First Phase 1975-78, Part Two looks at phase Two 1978-1981. Includes Appendices. 173 Pages. £8
  275. Bardachd Mhurchaidh a Cheisdear.laoidhean agus Orain. Songs and Hymns of the Lewis Bard Murdo Macleod. H.B. With D/J Published in 1965, Second Edition. Includes a chapter on the family and ahs photographs. 73 Pages. £8
  276. Taingealachd agus Dochas. Searmoin leis An t-Urramach Tormod Macsuain. P.B. Air fhoillseachadh ann an 2012. Tha cuideachd iomradh ann air beatha Mghr Mhicsuain. 68 Duilleag. £6
  277. Tobraichean Slainte anns na h-Eileanan an Iar le Fionnlagh Macleoid. P.B. Air fhoillseachadh ann an 2000. 6 Caibidealan. 88 Duilleagan. £5
  278. Great Men and Movements in the History of the Church by The Rev Stewart Mechie St Anne’s, Corstorphine. P.B. Published in 1937. Second Edition. Contents: Introduction, The Ancient Church, The Medieval Church, The Reformation of the Church, After The Reformation, The Modern Church, Conclusion. 148 Pages. £10
  279. Traditional Life in Shetland by James R. Nicolson. P.B. Originally Published in 1978, this first paperback edition is from 1990. 12 Chapters, Bibliography, Index. 206 Pages. £6
  280. English-Gaelic Dictionary. Compiled by John Mackenzie. H.B. With D/J Published in 1971. (This work formed Part II of MacAlpine’s Pronouncing Gaelic Dictionary) 269 Pages. £8
  281. Stop The World. The Autobiography of Winnie Ewing. Edited by Michael Russell. H.B. With D/J Published in 2004. 15 Chapters, Illustrations and Editor’s Note. 384 Pages. £6
  282. Old Muirkirk and Glenbuck by David Pettigrew. Booklet, date of printing unknown. Text accompanies the photographs on every page. 52 Pages. £6
  283. The North Berwick Story by Walter M. Ferrier. An authoriative history of North Berwick. H.B. With D/J Published in 1980. Covers from the Earliest Times to the Reformation, The Middle ages, Seventeenth Century, Eighteenth Century and up to the present day. 10 Chapters. 102 Pages. £10
  284.  Blood on the Thistle. The heartbreaking story of the Cranston family and their remarkable sacrifice in the Great War by Stuart Pearson and Bob Mitchell.Out of the seven Cranston sons who served in the First World war, four died, and two more were horrifically wounded, only one,the youngest, returned home unscathed. The book is in four parts: Part One (1881-1912), Part Two: (1914-20), Part Three (1927-29), Part Four (The Aftermath) 314 Pages. £6
  285. Rockall by James Fisher. With Sixteen Pages of plates. H.B. Published in 1957. 1st 12 Chapters, 5 Appendixes and Illustrations. 200 Pages. £20
  286. The Days of the Years of my Pilgrimage. The Autobiography of the Rev GNM Collins.Rev Dr Collins was one of the most well known Ministers in the Free Church of Scotland during the 20th P.B. Published in 1991, 20 Chapters, Epilogue and Illustrations. 156 Pages. £6
  287. Diary of Kenneth A. Macrae. Edited with additional material by Iain H. Murray. H.B. With D/J Published in 1980. Rev Kenneth Macrae was the Free Church Minister at Lochgilphead, Kilmuir in Skye and Stornoway from (1931-1964) The diary covers the years 1912-1963. 21 Chapters and includes Illustrations. 535 Pages. £10
  288. In All Their Affliction by Rev Murdoch Campbell. H.B. Date of Publishing Unknown. 15 Chapters. 159 Pages. £6
  289. Farmer in the Western Isles by David Mackenzie. With a foreword by Dr Fraser Darling. H.B. Published in 1953. Thirteen Chapters and Illustrations. 208 Pages. (Ex Library) £15
  290. Reminiscences of an Orkney Parish by John Firth. Together With Old Orkney Words, Riddles and Proverbs H.B. With D/J Published in 1974. 26 Chapters and Illustrations. 161 Pages. £15
  291. Kilmuir Church, North Uist 1894-1994 by Rev David Macinnes. Booklet, which looks at the history of the Church, and gives details of all the Ministers that have served the congregation. Published in 1994, includes Photographs. 75 Pages. £6
  292. Hugh Miller’s Memoir. From Stonemason to Geologist. Edited by Michael Shortland. P.B. Published in 1995. Ten Chapters and 5 Appendixes.266 Pages. £8
  293. A Caledonian Acropolis. The Story of Calton Hill by David Gavine and Laurence Hunter. Booklet, date of printing unknown. Contents: The Architectural Development by Laurence J.K. Hunter, The Astronomical Observatories by David Gavine, The Geology of Calton Hill.16 Pages. £5
  294. New Proposals to The Building & History of Muthill Old Church & Tower Perthshire. Ancient Monument. Booklet, date of printing 1983. Nine Chapters, One Appendix, Descriptive List, References and Bibliography. 78 Pages. £6
  295. St Mary’s Priory and parish Church Monymusk. An Historical Sketch by Dr Jon Whitely. Pamphlet, 5 Pages. £5
  296. Guthan o na Beanntaibh. Voices From the Hills. A Momento of the Gaelic Rally, 1927. Edited by John Macdonald. H.B. Published in 1927. 110 different articles. Includes Illustrations. 302 Pages. £25. Includes a cutting from the Stornoway Gazette with an article about the book and its contents.
  297. Duns Football Club. Gone But Not Forgotten by Colin G. Pike. The story of a football club which after 92 years ceased to exist. This is a detailed history of that club and in particular it’s final season. P.B. Published in 2009. 224 Pages. £8
  298. The Salvation Army Balvonie Conference and Holiday Centre. Book of Graces. A book of spiritual poems. Booklet, 11 Pages. £5
  299. A Godly Heritage. Famous People of stonehaven and District by Archibald Watt. P.B. Published in 1990. 28 Individuals are profiled in this book. 81 Pages. £6
  300. The Aberdeen Football Companion by Clive Leatherdale. P.B. Published in 1986. A season by season statistical record of the side from 1946.47 -85/86. 364 Pages. £8
  301.   Air a Mhisean. Booklet, printed in 1998. A record of all the Missionaries from Lewis and Harris who served the Free Church and Church of Scotland. A short biography and photograph accompanies every name. 51 Pages. £6
  302. One Hundred Years On. Kinloch Church of Scotland Isle of Lewis 1911-2011. A booklet which gives a very comprehensive history of the congregation, its Ministers and Office Bearers. Printed in 2011. 74 Pages. £6
  303. Cunnartan Cuain le Aonghas Mac a Phi. Clar Innse. Roimh Radh, Bathadh Chlann a Phi, Bliadhna Nan Cragan. P.B. Air fhoillseachadh ann an 1981. 87 Duilleag. £6
  304. Isolation Shepherd by Iain R Thomson. P.B. Published in 1983. 17 Chapters. The story of a Shepherd working in the highlands and takes us through all the tasks in his busy life. Includes Photographs. 187 Pages. £6
  305. Twixt Ben Nevis and Glencoe. The Natural History, Legends, and Folk Lore of the West Highlands, by The Rev Alexander Stewart. H.B. Published in 1885. 52 Chapters. 384 Pages. £25
  306. Guthan O’N Chrann Cheusaidh le Ruairidh Macleoid. Leabharann mu faclan Chriosd air a Chrann Cheusaidh. Air Fhoillseachadh ann an 1972. 36 Duilleag. £6
  307. People and Society in Scotland. Volume I, 1760-1830. Edited by T.M. Devine and Rosalind Mitchison. P.B. Published in 1988. 14 Chapters by different writers on the definitive survey of Scottish social change and development from the eighteenth century to the present day. 316 Pages. £8
  308. People and Society in Scotland. Volume II, 1830-1914. Edited by W. Hamish Fraser and RJ Morris. P.B. Published in 1990, this is a reprint from 1995. 12 Chapters. 363 Pages. £8
  309. Glasgow Academical Club. Centenary Volume 1866-1966. H.B. With D/J Published in 1966. The history of Rugby Football, Cricket, Golf, Badmington and Athletics. Includes statistical appendixes and illustrations. 97 Pages. £15
  310. An Island Here and There by Alasdair Alpin Macgregor. H.B. With D/J Published in 1972. With sixty four illustrations, fifty nine of which are reproduced from photographs by the author. 13 Chapters, 186 Pages. £8
  311. The Making of Scotch Whisky. A History of the Scotch Whisky Distillery by John R Hume & Michael S. Moss. H.B. With D/J Published in 1981, this reprint is from 2000. 15 Chapters, includes Notes and References, List of Known Scottish Distilleries, List of Distilleries in Date Order of Foundation. Includes Plates and tables. 368 Pages. (Ex Library) £6
  312. Birds and Mammals of Shetland by L.S.V. Venables and U.M. Venables. H.B. With D/J Published in 1955. 1st Contents: Naturalists in Shetland, Shetland Habitats, Status Changes in Shetland Birds, Land Mammals, Sea Mammals, Birds, 3 Appendixes, Bibliography and Index. Includes Plates and Maps. 385 Pages. £25
  313. McIlvanney on Football by Hugh McIllvaney. P.B. Originally Published in 1994, this reprint is from 1996. Articles by one of the best Football Journalists that Scotland has ever produced. The Book is in four parts: The Big Man and Other Giants, Issues, World Cups and later Dispatches. 328 Pages. £5
  314. Transactions of the Inverness Scientific Society and Field Club. Vol III 1883-1888. Articles include: The Travelled Boulders of Lochaber, Old Ironworks in Gairloch, The Gaelic Origin of Local Names, A Visit to the Island of St Kilda, Prison Life in Inverness, The Sutors of Cromarty and many more articles. H.B. Published in 1888. 444 Pages. £15
  315. Transactions of the Inverness Scientific Society and Field Club. Volume V 1895-1899. Contents include: How Scotland was made a nation, The Sand and sandstones of Eastern Moray, Scottish Brochs, their age and Destruction, What is Sea Salt? Military Roads in the Highlands and many more articles. H.B. Published in 1895. 420 Pages. £15
  316. Transactions of the Inverness Scientific Society and Field Club. Edited (With Six Former Volumes) Volume VII 1906-1912. Contents Include: Phenomena on Ben Nevis, Inverness in the Middle Ages, Possibilities of Power from Highland Lochs, Island of Bernera, Harris and its Ancient Remains, The Black Friars of Inverness, Scottish Dialect and many more. 406 Pages. £15
  317. Transactions of the Inverness Scientific Society and Field Club. Volume IX 1918-1925. Contents include; Old Inverness Artists, Notes on the Medical and Sanitary History of Inverness, Martin’s History of the Western Isles, Newspapers in Inverness in the 19th Century, Fortrose and its Cathedral, and many more articles. H.B. Published in 1925. 445 Pages. £15
  318. The Clan Battle at Perth in 1396: An Episode of Highland History; with an enquiry into its causes and an attempt to identify the clans that engaged in it by Alexander Macintosh Shaw. Booklet, printed in 1874, printed for private circulation. 15 Chapters and an Appendix. 56 Pages. £25
  319. Prose Writings of Donald Lamont 1874-1958. Edited by Thomas M. Murchison. This book provides a selection of his best and most characteristic writing. H.B. With D/J Published in 1960. The Book is in Four Parts: Anns A’ Choille Bheithe, Anns A’ Chathair, Cille -Sgumain, Sgriobhadh Gaidhlig, Notes, Vocabulary, Persons & People, Places. 212 Pages. £15
  320. Croitearan Leodhais. Lewis Crofters. 50 Years of a Community Co Operative. Booklet, printed in 2008. A historical booklet which looks back at the organisation, with plenty texts and an excellent selection of photographs. 64 Pages. £6
  321. Deacon’s Dissenters. Raise The Cross. The History, Origin & Memoirs of Cross Hills Baptist Church by Frank Gregory & Peter Willett. P.B. Published in 1998. 12 Chapters and Includes Maps and Photographs. 201 Pages. £6
  322. I Never Knew That About Scotland by Christopher Winn. Seek out Scotland’s secrets in this fascinating miscellany. H.B. With D/J Published in 2007. 276 Pages. £6
  323. Yesterday’s Child by Christina J Morrison. The story about a childhood in Inverness, her early working life, and then her Service in WW2 working for Military Intelligence in London, at Whitehall, decoding top secret messages for Churchill’s Government. P.B. Published in 2016. 19 Chapters, 160 Pages. £6
  324. Annual of the Royal Caledonian Curling Club for 1981-82. P.B. 460 Pages. £8
  325. The Story of Muckairn Church. A brief history of the Parish Church of Muckairn, Taynuilt, Argyll. Compiled by David O. Galbraith. Booklet, date of printing unknown. 28 Pages. £6
  326. The Lairds of Arbuthnott by Christy Bing.  B. Published in 1993. Ten Chapters and an Epilogue. Includes a newspaper cutting with an obituary of The 16th Viscount of Arbuthnott. Signed by the author. 128 Pages. £6
  327. Scotland The Scots who left Scotland No More in the Twentieth Century by Marjory Harper. P.B. Originally Published in 2012, this reprint is from 2013. 6 Chapters, Endnotes, Scottish Diaspora Useful Sources, Index. 279 Pages. Signed by the Author. £8
  328. An T-Eileanach. Dain, Orain agus Sgeoil -Aithris le Iain Mac Phaidein, Glaschu. H.B. Air fhoillseachadh ann an 1921. 57 Orain, 7 Dain agus 7 Sgeul Aithris. 314 Pages. £15
  329. The Lord is Risen Indeed. Sermons Preached in Stornoway and Elsewhere by the Rev Roderick Morrison, Minister Emeritus of Stornoway High Church and Formerly of Lochcarron. H.B. Published in 1951. Twenty Three Sermons in total. 143 Pages. £8
  330. The Life, Conversion, and Spiritual Hymns of Dugald Buchanan. H.B. Published in 1908. Who died at Rannach in 1768. (Written by Himself) 6 Chapters and 8 Hymns. 185 pages plus 47 Pages of Hymns. £10
  331. St Columba’s Church at Aignish. (The Church of the Ui) by Bill Lawson. A Lewis Church in its Historical Setting. Booklet, printed in 1991. 16 Chapters. 44 Pages. £6
  332. Chambers Institution Peebles. Booklet, date of printing unknown. 7 Pages. £5
  333. Highland Folk Ways by I.F. Grant. Illustrated by Molly MacEwan. H.B. With D/J Published in 1961. 1st 16 Chapters and an Index. 377 Pages. £15
  334. Reports from South Ronaldshay, by The Rev Alexander Goodfellow: and Stenness by Magnus Spence (Illustrated) A newly discovered inscription in Crypt Runes from the Brodger Circle, Stenness, by Magnus Olsen. Pamphlet. Date of printing unknown. Reprinted from the Saga Book of the Viking Club, April, 1908. 11 Pages. £8
  335. Oban High School Magazine No 6. June 1961. A5 magazine. Contains the usual selection of articles in a School magazine contributed by teachers and pupils. Adverts and plenty photographs. 97 Pages. £6
  336. An Toinneamh Diomhair. Na h-Orain aig Murchadh MacPharlain Bard Mhealaboist. Air a dheasachadh le Alasdair Iain Macasgaill. B. Air fhoillseachadh ann an 1972. 39 Orain uile gu leir. 102 Duilleag. £8
  337. Clarsach an Doire. Dain, Orain, is Sgilachdan le Niall Macleoid. An Treas Clo Bhualadh. H.B. Air fhoillseachadh ann an 1902. 83 Dain, 4 Sgeulachdan 11 dain air an eadar theangachadh gu beurla. 268 Duilleag. £8
  338. Cuimhneachan air An t-Urramach Murchadh Macrath A bha an Ceann Loch (Leodhas) agus air Murchadh Mairtainn, A Sgire a ‘Bhac le Mairi A. Niciomhair. Leabharann, air fhoillseachadh ann an 1968. 24 Duilleag. £5
  339. Islands Postal History Series: No 1 Harris & St Kilda. By James A. Mackay. A4 Size Publication.Published in 1978. Contents: Introduction, The Harris Posts to 1855, The Harris Posts Under Stornoway, 1855-1887, The Harris Posts Under Portree, 1887-1911, The Harris Posts under Lochmaddy, 1911-1937, The Harris Posts under Stornoway, since 1937, The St Kilda Posts. 33 Pages. £25 (Scarce)
  340. The Archaeology of Scottish Thatch. Technical Advice Note 13. A Historic Scotland Publication. A4 Size Publication, printed in 1998. 85 Pages. £10
  341. Reminiscences of the Cathedral Church of St Magnus Since 1846 by an eye witness. By Samuel Baikie. Booklet, printed in 2001. 23 Pages. £6
  342. The Sutherland Adventure. The “Tell Scotland” Campaign in the Presbytery of Tongue, August 9th to 29th By D.P. Thompson, with contributions by David Maxwell, Q.C, and other members of the Team. Booklet, 32 Pages. £8 (Scarce)
  343. A’ Charraig. Leabhar Bliadhnail Eaglais Bhearnaraigh. Aireamh 1, 1971. Air a dheasachadh leis an t-Ollamh Ruairidh Macleoid, a bha aig an am na Mhinistear air a chiothional. Measgachadh math de artigilean mun a Chiothional, Searmon ne dha, Ministearan Bhearnaraigh, marbh ran don an Urramch Iain Moireasdan, Pabaigh agus Cuil Nan Ceist. 48 Duilleagan. £6
  344. History of the Gaelic Society of Inverness from 1871-1971 by Mairi A. Macdonald. Reprinted from the Transactions of the Gaelic Society of Inverness Volume XLVI. Booklet, 30 Pages. £6
  345. Dain agus Orain le Domhnull MacEacharn Dun Eideann. Leabharann air fhoillseachadh ann an 1897. 52 Duilleag. £12
  346. The March Stones of Newtonmore. Booklet, 18 Pages. Printed in 2001. This booklet has finally been published because we feel that others should share the enjoyment the seekers have had over the past year searching for the March Stones. £6
  347. Notes on Waternish in the Nineteenth Century by J.F.M. Macleod. A lecture given to the Gaelic Society of Inverness 31st March 1995. 73 Pages. £15
  348. Instrument Music in the Worship of God. By the Rev D. Beaton, Wick. Pamphlet, 12 Date of printing unknown. £5
  349. The Glenurquhart Story. A brief survey of the history of Urquhart by Alastair Mackell. P.B. Published in 1982. 11 Chapters, 58 pages. £10
  350. Aobharan Gu Tuilleadh Aonaidh an Eaglaisean na H-Alba leis An T-Oll. Urr. I. Ceannadaidh Camshroin. Leabharann, 80 Duilleag. £10 (Gann)
  351. The King’s Friend. Memorial of Norman Macdonald or Tormod Sona by Rev Murdoch Campbell. Booklet, date of printing unknown. 40 Pages. £6
  352. An Earran Gaidhlig. (Free Presbyterian Magazine -Gaelic Supplement) Earrach 1981. 8 Duilleag. £5
  353. The Scottish war of Independence A Critical Study by Evan Macleod Barron. Second Edition With New Introduction. H.B. Published in 1934. 42 Chapters, Appendix, Maps and plans of Scotland. 526 Pages. £20
  354. Birds of North Rona and Sulasgeir. A Nature Conservancy Council Publication. A4 Size Publication. By Stuart Benn, Stuart Murray and mark L. Tasker. 48 pages. £10
  355. The Appin Murder by Angus Matheson. A Traditional Account reprinted from Vol. XXXV of the Transactions of the Gaelic Society of Inverness. Booklet, printed in 1975. 64 Pages. £8
  356. The White Hour by Neil M. Gunn. H.B. With D/J Published in 1950. 26 Chapters. 285 Pages. £8
  357. Life of the Rev John Macrae (Gaelic) H.B. Published in 1895. Beagan Iomraidh M’a Bheatha agus Criomagan de Theagasg. 57 Duilleag. £8
  358. A Salmon for the Schoolhouse. A Nairnshire Parish in the Nineteenth Century, from the diaries of Robert and Elsie Thomson. Edited by John Love and Brenda McMullen. P.B. Published in 1994, 6 Chapters, 2 Appendixes. 160 Pages. £5
  359. Echoes from Scotland’s Heritage of Grace by Hugh M. Ferrier. H.B. With D/J Published in 2006. 12 Chapters, Bibliography and Index. 265 Pages. £6
  360. Collected Writings of John Murray. 1. The Claim of Truth. This volume contains Professor John Murray’s most important short writings and addresses between the years 1935 and 1973. Contents: The Holy Scriptures, Jesus Christ, Westminster Theological Seminary and its Testimony, The Gospel and Its Proclamation, The Christian Life, The Moral Law and the Fourth Commandment, The Church, Historical, Issues in the Contemporary World. H.B. With D/J Published in 1976. 374 Pages. £10
  361. An T-Eilean A Tuath. Orain agus bardachd a Leodhas agus na Hearadh. Air a dheasachadh do Chomunn Leodhais agus na Hearadh le Domhnall iain Macleoid. P.B. Air fhoillseachadh ann an 1972. Leabhar le corr is da fhichead orain e Leodhas agus na Hearradh. 77 Duilleag. £6
  362. Sgialachdan Dhunnchaidh. Seann sgeulachdan air an gabhail le Dunnchaidh Mac Dhomhnaill Ac Dhunnchaidh, Uibhist a Deas, Mar a chual e aig athair fhein iad 1944. Air an Sgriobhadh le KC. Craig. Coig Sgialachdan. This book is a presentation copy from K.C. Craig to Dr Rankin dated 7/08/1950. 72 Duilleagan. £10
  363. Gu Tir Mo Luaidh. (Dain Eilthireach, Sgeulachdan agus Eachdraidh) le Uisdean Lang. H.B. Air fhoillseachadh ann an 1964. 71 Duilleag. £6
  364. The Scots Dialect Dictionary. Serving as a glossary for Ramsay, Fergusson, Burns, Scott, Galt, minor poets, kailyard novelists and a host of other writers of the Scottish tongue. H.B. With D/J Compiled by Alexander Warrack. With a new foreword by Betty Kirkpatrick. H.B. With D/J Originally Published in 1911, this reprint is from 1988. 717 Pages. £8
  365. Knock Free Church of Scotland by Rev Kenneth Smith. A very detailed history of the congregation, its Ministers and Office Bearers, from its inception until 1998. Booklet, published in 1998, 62 Pages. £8
  366. Orain a’ Bhritheamh le Seoras Moireasdan. P.B. Air fhoillseachadh ann an 1985. 26 Orain uile gu leir. 65 Duilleag. £6
  367. The Founders of Geology by Sir Archibald Geikle. H.B. Published in 1905. 15 Chapters. 486 Pages. £25
  368. Gairm Leabhar 19. Aireamh 73 -76. 1970-71. Lann Sgeulachdan, bardachd, Air an Spiris, Dealbhan, agus sgriobhadh eile. H.B. £6
  369. Duanaire Na Sracaire. Songbook of the Pillagers. Anthology of Medieval Gaelic Poetry. Edited by Wilson Macleod and Meg Bateman. Anthology of Scotland’s Gaelic Verse to 1600. P.B. Published in 2007. 554 Pages. £10
  370. My Rousay Schoolbag by Robert C. Marwick. A history of the islands schools including reminiscences of schooldays by former pupils. P.B. Published in 1995.11 Chapters, Tables, Illustrations and Photographs and an Appendix.  85 Pages. £8
  371. The Maxtons of Cultoquhey by E. Maxtone Graham. H.B. Published in 1935, 1st Nine Chapters, 2 Appendixes and also includes a family tree chart which is separate from the book. 240 Pages. £25
  372. Curiosities of Art and Nature. The new annotated and Illustrated edition of Martin Martin’s classic A Description of the Western Islands of Scotland. P.B. Published in 2003. Edited by Michael Robson. 25 Chapters and an Index. Includes Illustrations. 318 Pages. £12
  373. Chronicles of Strathearn. With Illustrations by W.B. Macdougall. Cover Designed by A.L. Rankin. H.B. Published in 1896. Fourteen Chapters by different writers. 400 Pages and an Index. £25
  374. The Scottish Clans and Their Tartans with Notes. Library Edition. H.B. Date of Publishing Unknown. There are 96 Tartans represented in this book. 96 Pages. £15
  375. Dingwall’s Arctic Explorer. Thomas Simpson. Local Studies no 2. Booklet, 11 Pages. Date of printing unknown. £5
  376. Texts from the West Highland Line. Gaelic verse with translation. Booklet, printed in 1997. 32 Pages. £5
  377. The Perthshire Antiquarian Miscellany by Robert S. Fittis. H.B. Published in 1875. A series of essays in 22 Chapters, 633 Pages. £25
  378. Ayrshire & Renfrewshire’s Lost railways by Gordon Stansfield.Booklet, date of printing unknown. Text accompanies the photographs on every page. 48 Pages. £6
  379. Renfrewshire’s Last Days of Steam by WAC Smith. Booklet, date of printing unknown. Text accompanies the photographs on every page. 48 Pages.£6
  380. Do you say ‘Sir’ to your Father. Tales and Memories of the Great Glen. By Brian Denoon. Life growing up in the Great Glen in the 1950’s and 60’s. P.B. Published in 2009. 34 Chapters, 203 Pages. Signed by the Author. £6
  381. A Life of Soolivan. Based on the Recollections of John Macleod, Gael, Traveller, Rebel, Convict and raconteur by Calum Ferguson. P.B. Published in 2004. Four Parts, with 4 Appendixes. At the end there is a very interesting section on all the shoreland names of all the Point villages. Names are given in Gaelic with an English translation. 274 Pages. £8
  382. Recreations of An Antiquary in Perthshire History and Genealogy by Robert Scott Fittis. H.B. Published in 1881. 17 Chapters, 548 pages. £45
  383. Songs of St Johnston by Alexander McLeish. H.B. Published in 1899. 107 Songs in Total. 112 Pages. £35
  384. The Misrepresentation of Highlanders and their History. A Paper read before Comunn Gaidhealach Ghlaschu (The Glasgow Highland Association) by J.G. Mackay. Booklet, printed in 1862 by John Murdoch. 43 Pages. The front and back covers show signs of dampness at one time. £15
  385. Scotland’s Stone of Destiny by Nick Aitchison. Myth, History and Nationhood. H.B. With D/J Published in 2000. Seven Chapters, Bibliography and Index. Includes Illustrations. 162 Pages. £6
  386. Discovery and Excavation in Scotland. A Lorg agus a Cladhach an Albainn. New Series, Volume 14, 2013. The Journal of Archaeology Scotland. Editor Paula Milburn. A4 Size Publication, Seven Chapters, maps and notes on contributors, index and a list of local authority archaeological advisors. 236 Pages. £10
  387. Discovery and excavation in Scotland. A Lorg agus a Cladhach an Albainn. New Series, Volume 15, 2014. The Journal of Archaeology Scotland. Editor Paula Milburn. 6 Chapters, Photos, maps, local authority archaeology advisors, notes on contributors, index. A4 Size Publication. 240 Pages. £10
  388. Glory in the Glen. A History of Evangelical Revivals in Scotland 1880-1940 by Tom Lennie. Contents: Glory Filled the Land, Fire Among the Fisherfolk, ‘O’ Er The Minch -Hebridean Harvest, Bairns, Scholars, and Holy Rollers, An Appraisal 521 Pages. £6
  389. The Teampull at Northton and The Church at Scarista by Bill Lawson. Harris Churches in their Historical Setting. Booklet, printed in 1993. 19 Chapters. 44 Pages. £6
  390. Royal Burgh of Selkirk. Official Plan. Map, date of printing unknown. Two newspaper cuttings inside the Map one is from 1964. £6
  391. Passage of Time by Peter & Carol Dean. The story of the Queensferry Passage and the Village of North Queensferry. A4 Size Publication. Printed in 1981. 76 Pages. £8
  392. Lewis in the Passing by Calum Ferguson. Interviews with twenty one fellow islanders conducted by the author over a twenty year period.  B. Published in 2007, 310 Pages. £8
  393. The Great Tapestry of Scotland by Alistair Moffat. Foreword by Alexander McCall Smith. This book is an outstanding celebration of Scottish history and achievements from the end of the last Ice Age to the 21st H.B. With D/J Published in 2013. 312 Pages. £12
  394. Copies of the Monthly Record of the Free Church of Scotland. The issues are from the 1950’s, 60’s, 70’s and the Issue of March 2000. 35 issues in total. £25
  395. Bardachd Dhomhnaill Alasdair. Domhnall Alasdair Domhnallach, A Garrabost, Eilean Leodhais. Facal toisich le Joan Dhomhnallach nighean a Bhaird. P.B. Air fhoillseachadh ann an 1999. 70 Piosan Bardachd. 126 Duilleag. £6
  396. A Bibliography of the Works of Neil M. Gunn by CJL Stokoe. P.B. Published in 1987. Contents: Chronology of Neil M Gunn, Books and Short Stories, Plays, Dramatisations and Film Scripts, Verse, Articles in Newspapers and Periodicals, Broadcast Material, Miscellaneous, Index. 245 Pages. £8
  397. Iona and Staffa via Oban. Nostalgic Album Views by Bob Charnley. P.B. Published in 1994. 5 Chapters, 96 Pages. £6
  398. Shetland by James R. Nicolson. H.B. With D/J Published in 1984. Fourth Reprint. 12 Chapters, Glossary, Bibliography, Supplementary Booklist, Index and Photographs. 246 Pages. £8
  399. Alias MacAlias. Writings on Songs, Folk and Literature by Hamish Henderson. P.B. Published in 1992. A Volume of Henderson’s Collected Works. 331 Pages. £8
  400. Mightier Than a Lord by Ian Fraser Grigor. The Highland crofters struggle for the land. P.B. Published in 1979. Ten Chapters, Afterword and Further Reading and Some Sources. 170 Pages. £8