London: W. Strahan and T. Cadell, 1775. First edition, first issue, with 12-line errata and with "afford" on... Read More about A Journey to the Western Islands of Scotland
Aberdeen, (Scotland): Printed for the Third Spalding Club, 1929. First edition. Read More about Bibliographica Aberdonensis: Being an Account of Books Relating to or Printed in the Shires of...
Edinburgh and London: William Blackwood and Sons, 1847. Seventh Edition. Read More about History of Europe from the Commencement of the French Revolution in 1789, to the Restoration of...
Brooklyn, New York: Printed for Private Distribution, 1904. First edition. Read More about Joseph Kerr of Ballygoney and his descendants
Kensington and N. P: Argyll Lodge and Balmoral (stationery), n.d. and 28 September 1855. Preserved Leaves of Mull. The first stating that he will send specimens of the ores and the [?] Leaves of Mull to Glasgow for the Museum, the leaves only being “furnished on loan as the specimens... Read More about Two autograph letters signed “Argyll”
np: 1746. The Disarming Act. This is one of several Acts passed by Parliament following the Rising of Forty-five, seeking not only to disarm the Highlanders but to quell their national spirit, demonstrated here by the ban on the wearing of clan tartans: “…no person within that part of Great..... Read More about A Bill for the more effectual Disarming the Highlands in that part of Great Britain called...
Ayr, Scotland: March 7, 1781. Read More about Billhead of Alexander McWilliam to Miss Kennedy Kirchmichal [Kirchmichael Ayrshire] for black...
Aberdeen: 20, Upperkirkgate, 1832. Read More about Billhead of John Alexander Wilson Bookseller, Stationer & Bookbinder. Bill for £29.9.7 for...
Edinburgh: David Douglas, 1895. First edition. Read More about Birds from Moidart and Elsewhere
County Fife, Scotland: November 2, 1795. [With:] HORSBRUGH, Thomas, Deputy sheriff clerk. Autograph Letter, signed (“Thos. Horsbrugh”), to Claud I Boswell. Cupar, Scotland: 24 October 1795. 4to (10 x 15 3/4 inches; 250 x 400 mm. across the fold). 3 1/4 pp. Usual fold lines. A very good copy. Torrential... Read More about Autograph Letter, signed (“Claud I. Boswell, Sheriff of Fife”), to First Viscount Melville...
London: William Heinemann, 1952. Number 329 of 1050 deluxe copies. From The Yale Editions of the Private Papers of James Boswell. Read More about Boswell in Holland 1763-1764. Including his correspondence with Belle de Zuylen (Zélide)....
London: William Heinemann, 1951. First edition, Deluxe Issue, Number 992 of 1050 copies. From The Yale Editions of the Private Papers of James Boswell. Read More about Boswell's London Journal
n.p. [London?]: s.n, "Printed in the Year 1679" The Defeat and Pursuit of the Scottish Covenanters. The context here is the late-breaking news of the crushing defeat of he Scottish Covenanters at the Battle of Borthwell Bridge, on June 22, 1679, by government troops under the Duke of Monmouth, only... Read More about News from Ireland. being, The Examination and Confession of William Kelso, a Scotch Rebel, taken...
New York: published by Kelly & Whitehill, 1868. Printed by Charles Hart. J.L. Giles was a Designer and Lithographer at 111 Nassau Street, NYC. Read More about Lithograph, colored: "The Great International Caledonian Games / Held at Jones Woods,...
London: Longman Hurst, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green, 1825. Second edition. Read More about The Love Letters of Mary Queen of Scots to James Earl of Bothwell; With Her Love Sonnets and...
London: Feb 24, 1831. Chalmers was a Scottish mathematician, political economist and a leader of the Free Church of Scotland.Reading in part in a wretched hand:"I have just time to say that I have seen Dr. L---, and have recommended Pinhester (?) to him...but I am a ---shattered by the... Read More about A.L.S. To Patrick Falconer, Gasgow
Edinburgh: Printed for W. Blackwood, . First edition. Possibly owned by John Steele, mechanical innovator who in 1817 started the first power loom in New Hampshire. Steele, a Democrat in politics, was elected Governor of New Hampshire in 1844 and 1845. Read More about The Elements of Chemistry
Edinburgh: William Blackwood and Sons, 1888. New edition. Read More about The Moor and the Loch: Containing Practical Hints on Most of the Highland Sports
Edinburgh: William Blackwell & Sons, 1840. First edition. Read More about The Moor and the Loch: Containing Practical Hints on Most of the Highland Sports, and Notices of...
London: Smith, Elder & Co., 65 Cornhill, 1857. First edition, listed in ads as "Just Ready." Craik's first novel consists of three stories linked by the first person narrator, Scottish governess Honor Haig. Read More about Riverston
London: John Murray, Albemarle Street, 1849. First edition. Deerstalking, shooting and wildfowling, dogs, fishing and falconry. Read More about A Tour in Sutherlandshire, with Extracts from the Field-Books of a Sportsman and Naturalist
Paris: Éditions Pierre Tisné, . First edition. Engelhard - Pirie Copy, inscribed by the three Barons Rothschild. Inscribed to Jane Engelhard on the title-page by the three Barons de Rothschild (Guy, Alain, and Elie), with a presentation card tipped in, and with a TLS from Baron Alain de Rothschild to..... Read More about Ces Messieurs de Rothschild
Edinburgh: David Douglas, 10 Castle Street, 1900. New and Enlarged edition. Read More about Songs and Selections from the Album of the Edinburgh Angling Club founded 1847. With...
London: J.M. Dent, 1904. Railton, Herbert. First edition. Read More about Edinburgh and Its Story
London: M. Cooper, 1747. First edition. Cross attributes this work to Fielding on the basis of an advertisement for The History of the Present Rebellion (1745) found in the second edition of Sarah Fielding's Cleopatra and Octavia (1758). Cross was unable to locate a copy and so attributed the present... Read More about A Compleat and Authentick History of the Rise, Progress, and Extinction of the Late Rebellion,...
London: M. Cooper, 1745. First edition. First edition of the second of three anti-Jacobite tracts written by Fielding in October 1745 in response to the rebellion in Scotland. The work purports to be derived from the eyewitness account of Highlander James Macpherson, "entirely a figment of Fielding's imagination" (Battestin, p.... Read More about The History of the Present Rebellion in Scotland. From the Departure of the Pretender's Son from...