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AB

Source code

AB

Author

various

Source title

Analecta Bollandiana

Year

1882

Notes

This is the on-going quarterly review published by the Bollandists on matters relating to hagiography.

Ab. Brev. (Macquarrie)

Source code

Ab. Brev. (Macquarrie)

Source title

Legends of Scottish Saints: Readings, hymns and prayers for the commemorations of Scottish saints in the Aberdeen Breviary

Editors

Alan Macquarrie

Year

2012

Aberdeen Breviary

Source code

Aberdeen Breviary

Source title

Breviarium Aberdonense

Series

Bannatyne, Maitland and Spalding Clubs

Volume

2

Year

1854

Notes

Facsimile Edition

Aberdeen Burgh Chrs.

Source code

Aberdeen Burgh Chrs.

Author

Peter John Anderson

Source title

Charters and other Writs illustrating the History of the Royal Burgh of Aberdeen,MCLXI-MDCCCIV

Year

1890

Notes

Printed by Order of the Lord Provost, Magistrats and Town Council

Aberdeen Calendar

Source code

Aberdeen Calendar

Author

David Laing

Source title

An Obituary and Calendar of Scottish Saints, extracted from the Martyrology for the use of the Church of Aberdeen, a MS of the sixteenth century

Journal

PSAS

Volume

2

Year

1857

Aberdeen Reg.

Source code

Aberdeen Reg.

Source title

Registrum Episcopatus Aberdonensis

Volume

2 vols.

Year

1845

Aberdeen-Banff Coll.

Source code

Aberdeen-Banff Coll.

Source title

Collections for a History of the Shires of Aberdeen and Banff

Series

Spalding Club

Year

1843

Aberdeen-Banff Illustrations

Source code

Aberdeen-Banff Illustrations

Source title

IIlustrations of the Topography and Antiquities of the Shires of Aberdeen & Banff

Series

Spalding Club

Year

1847-69

Notes

Note that one of vols. is an index.

Aberdeen, King's College MS 2276

Source code

Aberdeen, King's College MS 2276

Author

W. M. Alexander

Source title

Place-Names of the Eastern Higlands from the Note Books of Francis C. Diack

Year

1930 x 1957

Notes

Alexander explains in this notebook that the material has been copied from Diack's notebooks of his fieldwork in the Eastern Highlands, 1920-1930, covering chiefly the districts of Aberfoyle, Strathardle, Braemar, Strathspey and Inverness. Alexander comments that 'over the area named, Diack conversed with the last generation of Gaelic speakers possessing a sure grip of the place-names in their true form'. He goes on to explain that what follows is ordered by district and map number, and includes phonetic transcriptions of 'spoken names as used by Gaelic speakers, nearly all of them elderly people'. We are grateful to Prof. Dauvit Broun for his record of some names from this manuscript.

ACC

Source code

ACC

Source title

List of the Monuments of Argyll

Year

1915

Notes

from RB bib

Accounts of the Master of Works

Source code

Accounts of the Master of Works

Source title

Accounts of the Master of Works for building and repairing royal palaces and castles

Acts of Council

Source code

Acts of Council

Source title

The Acts of the Lords of Council in Civil Causes

Editors

T. Thomson and others

Year

1839, 1918-

Notes

ADC

Acts of the Lords of the Isles

Source code

Acts of the Lords of the Isles

Source title

Acts of the Lords of the Isles 1336-1493

Editors

Jean Munro and R. W. Munro

Series

Scottish History Society

Year

1986

Adair 1685

Adair, J. (1685), 'A mape of the west of Scotland containing Clydsdail, Nithsdail, Ranfrew, Shyre of Ayre, & Galloway'.

Adair 1688

Source code

Adair 1688

Source title

Adair, John "Map of Ettrick Forest" c. 1688

Adair, West Lothian

Source code

Adair, West Lothian

Author

John Adair

Source title

Mappe of Wast Lothian comonly called Linlithgowshire

Year

1684

Notes

Shelfmark in NLS: Adv.MS.70.2.11 (Adair 8), A good digital image of this map is available on line at www.nls.uk.

Adair, ELO 1682

Source code

Adair, ELO 1682

Author

John Adair

Source title

East Lothian

Year

1682

Notes

Manuscript map at National Library of Scotland, available on line at www.nls.uk.

Adam King

Source code

Adam King

Author

Adam King

Source title

Calendar of Adam King

Editors

A.P.Forbes

Secondary Title

Kalendar of Scottish Saints

Pages

141-171

Year

1872

Adomnan, Columba

Source code

Adomnan, Columba

Source title

Adomnan's Life of Columba

Editors

A.O. and M.O. Anderson

Year

1961

Notes

First edition. Second edition Adomnan Columba (2). See also VC.

Ainslie/Angus

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Ainslie/Angus

Author

John Ainslie

Source title

Ainslie's map of Angus

Year

1794

Notes

Scale 1 inch to 1 mile; note that a full index with modern names and 6-figure NGRs exists by John Sheriff.

Ainslie/East Fife

Source code

Ainslie/East Fife

Author

Ainslie

Source title

Ainslie's map of East Fife,

Year

1827

Notes

Re-printed an available from East Fife Library Services (Cupar).

Ainslie/Fife

Source code

Ainslie/Fife

Author

J. Ainslie

Source title

The Counties of Fife and Kinross

Year

1775

Ainslie/Southern Scotland

Source code

Ainslie/Southern Scotland

Author

John Ainslie

Source title

Ainslie's Map of the Southern Part of Scotland

Year

1821

Notes

The map may be viewed in high-resolution images on-line, at www.nls.uk.

Alexander 1952

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Alexander 1952

Author

W. M. Alexander

Source title

Place-Names of Aberdeenshire

Series

Third Spalding Club

Year

1952

Anderson 1881a

Source code

Anderson 1881a

Author

Joseph Anderson

Source title

Scotland in Early Christian Times: The Rhind Lectures in Archaeology - 1879

Year

1881

Anderson 1881b

Source code

Anderson 1881b

Author

Joseph Anderson

Source title

Scotland in Early Christian Times (second series): The Rhind Lectures in Archaeology for 1880

Year

1881

Anderson 1973

Anderson, M O, 1973 Kings and Kingship in Early Scotland (Edinburgh)

Annals of Clonmacnoise

Source code

Annals of Clonmacnoise

Author

Mageoghagan, C.

Source title

The Annals of Clonmacnoise, being Annals of Ireland from the Earliest Period to AD 1408, translated into English AD 1627 by Connell Mageoghagan and now for the first time printed

Editors

Murphy, D.

Year

1896

Notes

Annals of Clonmacnoise Murphy, D. (ed.) 1896, The Annals of Clonmacnoise, being Annals of Ireland from the Earliest Period to AD 1408, translated into English AD 1627 by Connell Mageoghagan and now for the first time printed (Dublin 1896, reprinted Llanerch 1993)

ANS - DG

Source code

ANS - DG

Source title

ANS - Dabhaidh Grannd

Notes

Source mentioned by Dabhaidh Grannd - Exact source to be determined. Date around 1789

APS

Source code

APS

Source title

The Acts of the Parliaments of Scotland

Editors

T.Thomson & C.Innes

Year

1814-75

Arb. Lib.

Source code

Arb. Lib.

Source title

Liber S. Thome de Aberbrothoc

Series

Bannatyne Club

Volume

1 & 2

Year

1848-56

Arg 1

Source code

Arg 1

Author

RCAHMS

Source title

Argyll: an Inventory of the Monuments: vol. 1 Kintyre

Volume

1

Year

1971

Arg 2

Source code

Arg 2

Author

RCAHMS

Source title

Argyll: an Inventory of the Monuments: vol. 2 Lorn

Volume

2

Year

1975

Arg 3

Source code

Arg 3

Author

RCAHMS

Source title

Argyll: an Inventory of the Monuments: vol. 3 Mull, Tiree, Coll and Northern Argyll

Volume

3

Year

1980

Arg 4

Source code

Arg 4

Author

RCAHMS

Source title

Argyll: an Inventory of the Monuments: vol. 4 Iona

Volume

4

Year

1982

Arg 5

Source code

Arg 5

Author

RCAHMS

Source title

Argyll: an Inventory of the Monuments: vol. 5 Islay, Jura, Colonasay and Oronsay

Volume

5

Year

1984

Arg 6

Source code

Arg 6

Author

RCAHMS

Source title

Argyll: an Inventory of the Monuments: vol. 6 Mid Argyll and Cowal: Prehistoric and Early Historic monuments

Volume

6

Year

1988

Arg 7

Source code

Arg 7

Author

RCAHMS

Source title

Argyll: an Inventory of the Monuments: vol. 7 Mid Argyll and Cowal Medieval and Later Monuments

Volume

7

Year

1992

Argyle Inventory

Source code

Argyle Inventory

Source title

Argyle Inventory

Notes

Ref. from OPS. Probably unprinted material from Inveraray.

Argyll and Bute Council Archives

Source code

Argyll and Bute Council Archives

Argyll Sasines

Source code

Argyll Sasines

Argyll Synod

Source code

Argyll Synod

Author

Duncan MacTavish (ed)

Source title

Minutes of the Synod of Argyll

Series

Scottish History Society

Year

1943 - 1944

Notes

Two volumes published in consecutive years by SHS.

Argyll Transcripts

Argyll Transcripts

Armstrong 1775

Source code

Armstrong 1775

Source title

Armstrong, New Map of Ayrshire, 1775

Notes

Canmore, in entry on St Gordian's Kirk no. 49894, , refers to MJ Armstrong's Companion to map of Peebles'. Are all the maps in one volume, or what? CHECK THIS.

Ash 1972

Source code

Ash 1972

Author

M. Ash

Source title

‘The Administration of the Diocese of St Andrews 1202-1238’

Year

1972

Notes

unpublished PhD University of Newcastle upon Tyne.

Assumption

Source code

Assumption

Source title

The Books of Assumption of the Thirds of Benefices: Scottish Ecclesiastical Rentals at the Reformation

Editors

J. Kirk

Series

Records of Social and Economic History, New Series, 21

Year

1995

AT

Source code

AT

Source title

The Annals of Tigernach

Editors

Stokes, W.

Year

1895-97

Notes

The Annals of Tigernach, ed. Stokes, 1895-97 (reprinted from Revue Celtique by Llanerch, Felinfach 1993)

AU

Source code

AU

Source title

The Annals of Ulster

Editors

Mac Airt, S. & G. Mac Niocaill

Year

1983

Notes

On-line at http://www.ucc.ie/celt/published/G100001A/nav.html

Avery/1730

Source code

Avery/1730

Author

Joseph Avery

Source title

Plan of the Murray Firth

Year

1730

Notes

‘To the Honorable Coll. Horsey Governor and the Directors of the York Building Company. This PLAN of the MURRAY FIRTH containing the sea coast of Murray, Nearn, Inverness, Ross, Sutherland etc., with all the Harbours, Rivers, Runs of water .... describing the bounds of the Woods allready purchased by the Company for carrying on the Iron Manufactory – containing 36 Scotch square Miles exclusive of their Woods on the West and Southern parts of Scotland. Likewise all the Gentlemens Seats ........., Locks (sic), mountains and the respective marchlines of each Chieftain..... the whole being an Accurate and Exact Survey began in the Year 1725 and continued and done at times as it was required to the present Year 1730. By Your most Obedient Humble Servant Joseph Avery.

Avery/Wade

Source code

Avery/Wade

Author

Joseph Avery

Source title

Moray Firth and Environs. General Maps. 1730.

Year

1730

Notes

WADE COLLECTION 58 (d) Acc. 10497. Original. Plan of the Murray Firth and Firth of Cromerty, with parts of the shires of INV, SUT, ROS, NAI and Elgin (MOR), showing roads, churches and principal seats. Scale 1.55 miles to 1 inch. 22 7/8 x 35 ¾.