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A Short History of the Black Watch (Royal Highlanders) 42nd, 73rd. 1725 - Click for large image
A Short History of the Black Watch (Royal Highlanders) 42nd, 73rd. 1725 – 1907 by Capt. A. G. Wauchope.
History of the regiment compiled from regimental records of the 1st & 2nd Battalions, the Perthshire Militia and from the official histories of the 42nd and 73rd.
Unfortunately the last four pages of the “Book of Days” are missing as are two of the fold out maps.
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Annals of the Parish by John Galt - Click for large image
Illustrated by Henry W. Kerr, RSA.
This forms an interesting overview of the life and times in a Scottish parish in the 18th century, as told by the minister. It chronicles the trials and tribulations of the times from the open hostility of the parishioners to their new minister to their tearful farewell to him on the day of his last sermon fifty years later.
An excellent example of social history in the parish.
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Diocesan Registers of Glasgow, Vol., 1 - Click for large image
Edited by Joseph Bain, F.S.A. Scot. and the Rev. Charles Rogers, LL.D.
Published in 1875.
Includes the Protocol Register of the Archiepiscopal Diocese of Glasgow from 1499 to 1513 and the Rental Book of the same 1509 to 1570 with index of names.
The abstracts of Protocols includes transfers of property plus many more subjects. The Rental book refers to licences to farm land and covers the Barony of Glasgow, the Barony of Carstairs, the Barony of Stobo and the Barony of Eddlestone.
Many family relationships are shown.
Useful for local history and genealogy.
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Edinburgh - Click for large image
Written by M.G. Williamson, M.A. Illustrated by Herbert Railton.
Published in 1906.
A well-written historical and topographical account of Scotland's capital city - Edinburgh.
Accompanied by over 50 illustrations.
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Extracts from the Records of the Burgh of Glasgow, 1691 - 1717. - Click for large image
Extracts from the Records of the Burgh of Glasgow, 1691 - 1717.
Published 1908.
An interesting selection of records from the Burgh of Glasgow between 1691 and 1717 recording the administration of the town.
Covering a huge variety of subjects from where towns-people place their washing, through a dancing master having to ensure his pupils of each sex leave before the other sex enter his premises, to the keeping of a register of the dead.
An entertaining and informative book complete with a useful index.
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Index to Particular Register of Sasines for Shire of Berwick and Bailiary of Lauderdale, 1617-1780, Volume I. A-H - Click for large image
Published in 1928.
The register of Sasines (one of the oldest continuing records of land transactions in Europe) records the transfer of ownership of land or buildings.
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List of Names of Masonic Impostors - Click for large image
List of Names of Masonic Impostors and other undeserving persons, who make a practice of habitually seeking assistance from the Almoners' Funds in different parts of the country.
Published 1902.

A unique book compiled by an Almoner of a number of Masonic Lodges in an effort to thwart the activities of a number of men who travelled the country soliciting alms from the Brethren.
It includes letters and extracts from the Freemason and the Freemason's Chronicle.
A list of names of people fraudulently claiming alms and those "unworthy" of relief.
There are numerous reports of trials of such people and a list of prosecutions with a number of photographs of the convicted men.

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Loretto School Register 1825 to 1925 - Click for large image
Published in 1927.
The registers of Scotland's oldest boarding school, Loretto at Musselburgh, covers the years 1825-1925.
As well as a history of the school, it contains interesting biographical details about the scholars (including date of birth), listings of various sporting teams and competitions.
Complete with a useful index of names.
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Memorials of the Parish of Alloa - Click for large image
Memorials of the Parish of Alloa.
By John Crawford.
Published in 1874.

Includes chapters on the old town cross, the old bridge of Tullidody, the Eskines of Mar, Alloa colliers and collieries, the brewers of the olden time and much much more.

An intriguing local history in the words of a local man.

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Merchiston Castle School Register 1833-1903 - Click for large image
Published in 1906.
The register of the Edinburgh boys' boarding school, Merchiston Castle School, founded in 1833.
This book contains biographical details about the scholars, listings of various sporting teams and competitions, including detailed cricket records.
Complete with a useful index of names.
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Monumental Inscriptions in the Churchyard of Rattray in Perthshire, Scotland. - Click for large image
Compiled by John Hunter, B.D.
Published in 1913.
Transcripts of the memorial inscriptions in the churchyard.
Also includes some photographs of gravestones.
Complete with an index of names.
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Records of the Lanarkshire and Renfrewshire Hunt - Click for large image
Records of the Lanarkshire and Renfrewshire Hunt. By Harry Judd (Tantivy).
Published in 1921.
A complete and unvarnished account of the doings of the pack, together with a history of the Hunt since its origins. Illustrated with an abundance of fine prints. Includes results of the point to point races 1902 to 1920 (no races 1915-1919 owing to war).
Also includes lists of the Masters, Huntsmen (1849 to 1921) and Hounds (1852-1921).
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Reminiscences of Dollar, &c - Click for large image
By William Gibson.
Published in 1883.
Or - Reminiscences of Dollar, Tillicoultry, and other districts adjoining the Ochils, with notes on Progress, Scientific Discovery, and Invention of New Spinning Machinery, during the last Hundred Years. - to give it its full title is an interesting local history book about the Scottish village of Dollar in Clackmannanshire (home of the famous school Dollar Academy) and its surroundings.
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Rules and Regulations, Office-Bearers and Members of the Weavers Society of Anderston - Click for large image
Published in 1901.
The Weaver's Society of Anderston, near Glasgow, was a Friendly Society.
Its members included many from many different trades and professions.
This book gives a list of Office-Bearers from 1738-1900, and an alphabetical list of members as at 1857 (and admitted thereafter to 1900), with trade, address and year of entry.
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Social Life of Scotland in the Eighteenth Century. - Click for large image
By Henry Grey Graham.
Published in 1901.
The inner life of the community of the Lowlands of Scotland as found in the homes, habit, and labours of the peasantry and the modes, manners and thoughts of society. What the people believed and what they practised. How their children were taught and how their souls were tended.
An excellent insight into 18th century life.
Essential for any with an interest in social history.
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Tales of the Borders & Scotland, Historical, Traditional & Imaginative. - Click for large image
Tales of the Borders & of Scotland, Historical, Traditional & Imaginative.
By Hugh Miller.
The first of a series of books containing interesting, instructive and entertaining narratives of heroism, tales of adventure, legends of romance, and historical reminiscences of the Scottish borders and beyond.
An excellent introduction to the life and times of the borders, providing fascinating background reading for those who wish to learn more about their ancestor’s lives.
Useful for family history, local history and social history.
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Tales of the Borders & Scotland, Historical, Traditional & Imaginative. - Click for large image
By Hugh Miller.
Volume three of a series of books containing interesting, instructive and entertaining narratives of heroism, tales of adventure, legends of romance, and historical reminiscences of the Scottish borders and beyond.
Also includes an illustrative glossary of the Scottish dialect.
An excellent introduction to the life and times of the borders, providing fascinating background reading for those who wish to learn more about their ancestor’s lives.
Useful for family history, local history and social history.
Also includes an illustrative glossary of the Scottish dialect.
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The Borderlands of Glasgow : Official Tramway Guides to the Beautiful Countryside Around the City - Click for large image
Published by the Tramway Department Corporation of Glasgow.
Published 1925.
A guide to walks and rambles in the district around the city of Glasgow accessible from the tramway routes.
This guide with its many sketches and watercolours forms a vivid picture of the countryside of the time.
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The Edinburgh Academy Register, 1824-1914. - Click for large image
A Record of all Those Who Have Entered the School Since its Foundation in 1824.
Published in 1914.
The Edinburgh Academy Register contains biographical details about the scholars from its foundation in 1824 to the start of the Great War, 1914.
A useful addition are the seven pages of abbreviations used in the book, that are also used in other documents of the time.
It also contains lists and biographical details of Rectors and Masters plus school prize winners and sporting teams.
Includes a useful index of names.
Former pupils include members of the military, clergy and civil servants.
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The Fettes College Register 1870 - Click for large image
Published 1933.
Fettes College in Edinburgh is one of Scotland's most famous schools. This register covers the years 1870-1932.
In addition to the biographical details about the scholars, there are also listings of headmasters, assistant masters, various sporting teams, prize winners etc.
Complete with a useful index of names.
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The Parish Registers of Durness, in the Highland Region of Scotland. - Click for large image
Published in 1911.
Transcripts of the Marriages & Baptisms as appear in the Parish Register 1764 - 1814.
Includes many instances of the Gaelic naming system.
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The Register of the Collegiate Church of Crail, with introductory remarks. - Click for large image
By the Rev. Charles Rogers, LL.D.
Published in 1877.
The register of 16th century charters relating to the church, its constitution, and endowment together with inventories of its furniture and ecclesiastical ornaments etc. for the royal demesne of Crail.
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