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Catalogue 25                                               June 2019


Hebridean Books

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  1. The Old Lewis Guard by Annie Macaulay Jamieson. H.B. Date of Printing Circa early 1900’s. A series of stories on life in the Island of Lewis in the 1800’s. 28 Chapters. 184 Pages. £35
  2. Scottish Gypsies Under the Stewarts by David Macritchie. H.B. Published in 1894. Eleven Chapters. 123 Pages. (Scarce) £65
  3. Flora -A Biography by Elizabeth Gray Vining. The story of Flora Macdonald which includes Illustrations. Eighteen Chapters which includes a key to the Macdonalds and the Macleods, Childhood in South Uist, The ‘Forty Five’, Over the sea to Skye, Marriage, Going to seek a fortune in north Carolina, Back to Skye, The Closing Years, Notes. H.B. With D/J Published in 1966. First Edition. 208 Pages. £20
  4. Gairloch and Guide to Loch Maree by J.H. Dixon. Its Records, Traditions, Inhabitants and Natural History with a guide to Gairloch and Loch Maree. Originally Published in 1886, this reprint is from 1974. Part I -Records and Traditions of Gairloch, Part II, Inhabitants of Gairloch, Part III, Natural History of Gairloch, Part IV Guide to Gairloch and Loch Maree. Includes Illustrations, Tables and Appendices. P.B. 435 Pages. £20
  5. Sgriobhaidhean Choinnich Mhicleoid. The Gaelic Prose of Kenneth Macleod. Edited by Thomas Moffatt Murchison. The book is the first published collection of the Gaelic prose of the Rev Dr Kenneth Macleod 1871-1955. H.B. With D/J Published in 1988. 186 Pages. £15
  6. St Kilda Church, Visitors and ‘Natives’ by Michael Robson. This book examines the role of 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 about 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
  7. Afoot in the Hebrides by Seton Gordon. H.B. Published in 1950. First Edition. Islands covered are; Skye, Raasay, Mull, Iona, Tiree & Coll, Islay, Jura and Colonsay, Gigha, Lewis, Harris, North Uist, Bembecula, South Uist, Barra, St Kilda. Includes a number of illustratons. Twenty eight Chapters. 322 Pages. £15
  8. A School in South Uist. Reminiscences of a Hebridean Schoolmaster, 1890-1913 by F.G. Rea. Edited with an introduction by John Lorne Campbell. Contents: Foreword by Kate Macphee, Introduction by J.L. Campbell, Preface by F.G. Rea, A School in South Uist, Index. H.B. Published in 1964. First Edition. 214 Pages. £15
  9. The Princes Street Proprietors and other chapters in the History of the Royal Burgh of Edinburgh by David Robertson. H.B. Published in 1935. Contents: The Princes Street Proprietors, The Barbers of Edinburgh and Canongate, The Bailies of Leith, The Town Council in Changing Times, The Trades of Leith, The Surplus Fire Fund, Rates and Taxes, The Charity Workhouse, Education in the Middle of Last Century, Index. Includes Illustrations. 335 Pages. £35
  10. The Nordic -Scottish University Network for Rural and Regional Development. Edited by Frank Rennie. Proceedings of the 2003 Annual Conference Inverness, Scotland. The book is in two parts. Part I Entrepreneurship from unique local characteristics and regional identities. Part II Education and Support for entrepreneurial skills. P.B. Published in 2003. 144 Pages. £8
  • “It’s a Long Way to Tipperary” British and Irish Nurses in the Great War by Yvonne McEwan. This book focuses on the role of nurses on the Western Front, their involvement in the Home Front and their role in the preparation for the Civil War in Ireland. P.B. Published in 2006. Eight Chapters, Bibliography, Postscript, Roll of Honour. 208 Pages. £6
  1. Scottish Birds. Published by the Scottish Ornithologists Club. Volume 33 (1) March 2013. Articles include breeding seabirds on North Rona, Pre First World War persistence of a golden Eagle population in the Outer Hebrides, Alexander Wilson Bicentenary, Lapland Buntings in Scotland in spring 2011 and other articles, book reviews and news. A5 Publication. 96 Pages. £6
  • Duns Football Club…Gone but not Forgotten by Colin G. Pike. This is the story of Duns Football Club which existed for 92 years until it went out of existence in 1973. This books charts some of their games in the Scottish Qualifying Cup over the years and also has an in depth look at their last season. P.B. Published in 2009. 223 Pages, Includes statistics and photographs. £8
  • Royal Burgh of Selkirk Offical Plan. Booklet, type publication. Date of Printing Unknown, also includes newspaper cuttings relating to the town. £5
  • The Central Christ. Religious Poems by Duncan Macaskill. Booklet, Date of Printing unknown, but possibly 1990’s. 14 Poems in total. 32 Pages. £6
  • Down to the Sea. An account of life in fishing villages of Hilton, Balintore and Shandwick. A4 Size Publication, Date of Printing Unknown but it is inscribed and dated in pen with the year 1977. Edited by Jessie Gordon and Anne Gordon. Illustrations by Johan Sutherland. Contents includes; White Fishing, Herring Fishing, Salmon Fishing, Shellfish, Harbours and Boats, Disasters, Village Life, Home life, etc. 21 Chapters and References. 79 Pages. £25 (Scarce)
  • A Highland Family. The MacNaughtons of Remony 1780-1930 by Donald A. Macnaughton. Booklet, Originally Printed in 1985, this reprint is from 1999. Eight Chapters, Appendices, Genealogies, The Macnaughton Letters, Also includes illustrations. 96 Pages. £12
  • The Thistle Boats by D.C. E. Burrell. (The Albyn line Story) Booklet, Printed in 1987. Six Chapters, Fleet Lists, Appendixes, Index of Ships names, Details and list of Directors. 72 Pages. £8
  • The Land of Britain. The Report of The Land Utilisation Survey of Britain. Edited by L. Dudley Stamp. Parts 9-12. The Highlands of Scotland: Ross and Cromarty, The Hebrides, Argyll and Perthshire. Part 13 Buteshire. P.B. Published in 1944. 266 Pages. £45
  • Old Glenurquhart in Photographs by the Glenurquhart Heritage Group. Contents: Introduction, Landscape, Buildings, Work, Estates, Church, Education, Military, Transport, Sport and Leisure, Special Occasions, Map of Glenurquhart. A4 Size Publication. Printed in 1995. 67 Pages. £15
  • Passage of Time by Peter & Carol Dean. The story of the Queensferry Passage and the village of North Queensferry. Eight Chapters, Post Script, and Illustrations. A4 Size Publication Printed in 1981. 76 Pages. £10
  • Ben Peach’s Scotland. Landscape Sketches by a Victorian Geologist. Booklet, Date of Printing 1980. 18 Pages. £6
  1. Guide to the Free Church of Scotland College and Offices by William S. Anderson. Booklet, printed in 1994. 36 Pages. £6
  • Leith Built Ships on War Service. Being the war time history of the firm of Henry Robb Ltd. Contents: Foreword, The Fighting Ships, Rescue and Salvage Ships, Merchant Ships, a list of Vessels built by Henry Robb ltd and Vessels Repaired by Henry Robb during War Period 1939-1945. 43 Pages. Includes Illustrations. Date of Printing Unknown. £25 (Scarce)
  • Scottish Highlands. Highland Clans and Regiments by John S. Keltie. H.B. Published in 1875. Volume II. A comprehensive history which includes plates. The book is in Three Parts. Part I, General History of the Highlands, Part II, History of the Highland Clans, Part III, History of the Highland Regiments. 225 Pages. £45
  • Black Sheep of Windermere. A History of the St Kilda or Hebridean Sheep by David Kinsman. Contents: Prehistoric evidence of Sheep & Man, Historical evidence of sheep in Britain, The Windermere Connection -St Kilda Sheep in Parklands, The Older Parklands Flocks of St Kilda Sheep in Britain, Recent History of the St Kilda or Hebridean Sheep, Genetic History of the Hebridean Sheep, The Past, The Present & The Future. Includes many photographs & Colour Plates and Tables. P.B. Published in 2001. 259 Pages. £20 (Scarce)
  1. Culloden Tales. Stories from Scotland’s Most Famous Battlefield by Hugh G. Allison. B. With d/J Published in 2007. Contents: Tales from the Past, Tales from the Battle, Tales by the Way of the Door, Tales from those who Work on the Moor, Epilogue, Whistling, Select Bibliography, Index. 224 Pages. £8
  • Diary and Sermons of the Rev Alexander Macleod, Rogart (Formerly of Uig, Lewis) With a Brief Memoir by the Rev D. Beaton, Wick. Booklet, Printed in 1925. Contains, Brief Memoir, Diary and 4 Sermons. 60 Pages. £6
  • A Classic Rags to Riches Tale from the Frontiers of Capitalism by Christian Wolmar. This book tells the story of the company’s two founders Brian Soutar and Ann Gloag, emerged from humble beginnings on a bleak Perth council estate to become multi millionaires, worth over £300 million apiece. P.B. Published in 1999. 12 Chapters, Epilogue. 238 Pages. £5
  • Loganair -A Scottish Survivor 1962-2012 by Scott Grier. The story of one of the oldest names in the UK airline industry. From humble beginnings it has grown to became a well established company -despite facing many obstacles and operating in a difficult market it has survived. H.B. With D/J Published in 2012. Four Chapters which covers the first 50 years. Also gives a list of all staff members as at 2012. 206 Pages, includes many photographs. £10
  • The Sidlaws. Tales, Traditions and Ballads by Maurice Fleming. Contains: Ballad Tales, Old Customs, Old Rhymes and Sayings, Ballads, Songs & Poems. Includes Illustration. P.B. Published in 2000. 170 Pages. £8
  • Golf over two inches by I.H. Cairns. This is the story of the two historical golf courses in the City of Perth in Scotland. Also the story of the people who made them and the people who played them. P.B Published in 2013. 12 Chapters. 84 Pages. £6
  • The Marshall Place Conspiracy by Vivian Linacre. The scandal of a property speculation by civic leaders -its collapse and their ruin -and the architecturally glorious outcome. The full story of the scandalous events surrounding the development of the Georgian terraces on Marshall Place in Perth. P.B. Published in 2008. 7 Chapters, 2 Appendixes, Illustrations. 92 Pages. £8
  • The Prehistoric Rock Art of Argyll by Ronald W.B. Morris. Preface by Professor A. Thom. P.B. Published in 1977. Contents include Location Maps, Prehistoric Art, Elements of Rock Art, Catalogue of Sites, Bibliography, Index to Sites. 128 Pages. £10
  1. Last of the Tinsmiths. The Life of Willie Macphee by Sheila Douglas. P.B. Published in 2006. Seven Chapters. 195 Pages. £5
  2.  The Call of the Island by Charles L. Warr. H.B. Published in 1929. Five Stories with fictitious characters. Contents: Prologue, The Call of the Island, The Christ of the Trenches, The Death Music, The Lady of Laggan, St Bride of the Mantle. 310 Pages. £20
  3. The Old Firm Sectarianism, Sport and Society in Scotland by Bill Murray. This book provides a lively, hard hitting and provocative analysis of the ‘two traditions’ of the Old Firm and explains the background of the extraordinary relationship between the two clubs. P.B. Published in 1984, this reprint is from 1994. The book is in three parts: The Roots of the Old Firm, No Mean City? Glasgow and the Old Firm between the Wars, Traditions Under Challenge, Conclusion, Appendix -The Old Firm Monopoly, Select Bibliography, Index. 294 Pages. £8
  • Highland Country Diaries by Ray Collier. Illustrated by Iain Serjeant. Contents: Location Map, Acknowledgements, Foreword, Winter, Spring, Summer, Autumn. P.B. Published in 1997. 160 Pages. £6
  • Doctor Archie. The life and times of Doctor Archibald Cameron. Last man to die for the Jacobite cause by Mary Macgregor. P.B. Published in 2013. 45 Chapters. 225 Pages. £8
  • A Genius for Money. Business, Art and the Morrisons by Caroline Dakers. This is the spectacular story of James Morrison (1789-1857) who began life humbly but through hard work and entrepreneurial brilliance, acquired a fortune unequalled in nineteenth century England. H.B. With D/J Published in 2011. 17 Chapters. 326 Pages. £8
  • Hill Birds of Scotland by Seton Gordon. H.B. Originally Published In 1915. This reprint is from 1930. 24 Chapters and Illustrations. Ex Library. 300 Pages. £15
  • Seal Folk and Ocean Paddles. Sliochd nan Ron by John M. Macaulay. A book about the Hebridean tradition of the tales of the seal-folk. P.B. Published in 1998. 8 Chapters. 110 Pages. £6
  • More Scottish Fishing Craft and Their work in Great Lining, Small Lining, Seining, Pair Trawling, Drifting, Potting and Trawling by Gloria Wilson. Thirteen Chapters and includes a list of boats built since 1945. Includes Illustrations. H.B. Published in 1968. 170 Pages. £15
  • Island on the Edge. A Life on Soay by Anne Cholawo. PB Published in 2016. The book is in Three Parts. Includes Illustrations. 251 Pages. £8
  • Dain Iain Gobha. The Poems of John Morison. Collected and Edited with a Memoir by George Henderson. H.B. Date of Printing Unknown. Second Edition. Two Volumes in One. 350 Pages. £15
  1. Chi Mi Domhnall Iain MacDhomhnaill. The Gaelic Poetry of Donald John Macdonald. Edited by Bill Innes. With Introduction, Notes and Parallel Translation. 108 Poems & Hymns. P.B. Published in 1998. 369 Pages. £8
  • The Corn Marigold and other Hebridean stories by Peter Marshall. 7 stories in total. This book capture life on the smaller Hebridean islands through one hundred and fifty years of change. P.B. Published in 2018. 168 Pages. £6
  1. The World of Rob Donn by Ian Grimble. H.B. Published in 1979. 1st 12 Chapters, Appendix, Index. 223 Pages. £15
  • Thine Eyes Shall See the King in His Beauty by Rev Murdo Macaulay. This booklet came into existence as a result of the tramautic experience of the years of illness suffered by the author’s wife -which finally culminated in her death. P.B. Published in 1988. 79 Pages. £5
  1. Stornoway and the Lews by James Shaw Grant. Humour, Mystery Tragedy and Adventure, Unusual stories from the Western Isles. P.B. Published in 1985. 56 chapters. 198 Pages. £8
  • The Lewis Land Struggle. Na Gaisgich by Joni Buchanan. Contents: Foreword, Introduction, Bernera, The Park Deer Raid, Aiginish 1888: The Struggle Intensifies, Coll and Gress, The Wider Struggle, Selected Songs and Poems. P.B. Originally Printed in 1996, this reprint is from 1998. 209 Pages. £8
  • Chapel and Swastika. Methodism in the Channel Islands during the German Occupation 1940-1945 by David M . Chapman. P.B. Published in 2009. 12 Chapters, Appendix, Notes and References, Sources, Bibliography, Index. 256 Pages. £8
  • Guide to Wester Ross. Ullapool, Garve to Lochbroom, Dundonnell, Achiltibuie. With Historical and Descriptive Notes. By A.C.M. Mitford. Booklet, Date of Printing Unknown. Fourth Edition. 96 Pages. £6
  1. The Royal High School by William C.A. Ross. H.B. Published in 1934. Eight Chapters. 145 Pages. A History of the Royal High School in Edinburgh. The names of people connected with the School not clear if it is from the year of publication or before are in the inside cover and back covers of the book. £15
  • A Final Grain of Truth by Jack Webster. My Autobiography. The final book in his autobiographical trilogy, bringing his story up to date. H.B. With D/J Published in 2013. 60 Chapters. 278 Pages. £6
  • This Great Harbour Scapa Flow by W.S. Hewison. New Millenium Edition. This book tells about the impact of two World Wars on the native island community who found themselves swamped by an invasion of Servicemen and women, twice in less than half a century, and how they saw war at first hand through having in their midst this great harbour. H.B. With D/J Published in 1985, this Third Edition is from 2000. 40 Chapters and Photographs. 390 Pages. £10
  • Simple Home Drying by Mrs Anstruther Mackay. Lochalsh Industries. Handbook of Simple Home Dyeing. Booklet, Date of Printing Unknown. 23 Pages. £20 (Very Scarce)
  • Macbraynes for Scotland. ‘The Road to the Isles’ Season 1952. Booklet. Contents: The Edge of the World, Glasgow to Inverness, The Islay Tour, The Sacred Isle Tour, The Inner Hebrides Tour, The Skye Tour, Fort William to Loch Scavaig and Loch Coruisk, via Mallaig, The Outer Hebrides Tour, northern Hebrides Tour -Inverness to Stornoway Via Dingwall and Kyle. Returning Via Kyle and Mallaig, Timetables, Circular Tours, Motor Time Tables. 48 Pages, which includes many photographs. £20
  • MacBrayes “The Road to the Isles” Scottish Programme for 1953. Booklet. Contents: The Western Highlands and Islands of Scotland, Day Trips from Oban, Fort William, Kyle of Lochalsh, From Mallaig, From Inverness, From Ardrishaig, From Glasgow, Circular Tours, Time Tables, Steamer Fares. 24 Pages. £20
  • Programmes for the Kings Theatre in Edinburgh. One from September 1953, one from August 1953, one from May 1953, One from February 1953, One from April 1953, One from May 1955 & Edinburgh International Festival of Music & Drama Programme 23rd August to 11th September 1954. 7 Programmes in total. £20
  • The South Side Story. (An Anthology of the South Side of Edinburgh) Compiled and Annotated by John G. Gray. Contributors: W. Forbes Gray, George Hay, Dr Richard Bell, John G. Gray, Edwin S. Towill. Booklet, 94 Pages. £10
  1. Riding of Linlithgow Marches. 3 Souvenir Programmes from 1959, 1960 & 1967. Booklets. £10
  • Linlithgow Marches. An Illustrated History With Poems & Songs. Contents Include: Linlithgow as a Scottish Burgh, Provosts of Linlithgow 1701-1981, he History of Linlithgow Marches, Burgesses & Deacons, Poems & Songs of the Marches, etc. Booklet, printed in 1981. 92 Pages. £10
  • West Lothian Lore by William Fyfe Hendrie. Booklet, Printed in 1976. Six Chapters. 92 Pages. £6
  1. Island Going to the Remote Isles, Chiefly Uninhabited ff the North West Corner of Scotland by Robert Atkinson. H.B. Printed in 1949. 1st Contents: Handa Island, North Rona, Shiant Isles, Canna, Flannan Isles, North Rona, Eigg, North Uist, Monach Isles, St Kilda, Sula Sgeir, Lewis Remembered, The Hebrides Regained, Select Bibliography, Events and Dates, North Rona, Index. Includes plates. 384 Pages. Signed by the Author. £20
  • Flower of the Forest. Selkirk a new history. Edited by John M. Gilbert. P.B. Published in 1985. 11 Chapters, 10 Appendices. 207 Pages. £10
  • Scottish Buses before 1928 by D.L. G. Hunter. Booklet, Printed in 1973. A selection of photographs of buses pre 192 from around Scotland. 32 Pages. £6
  • Roslin Church Centenary. In Retrospect 1881-1981. Booklet, Printed in 1981, 40 Pages. £6
  1. Troubled Waters. Recalling the Floods of ’77. Researched and Compiled by the pupils of Kirkhope Primary School, Ettrickbridge. P.B. Published in 1997. Seven Chapters, a list of pupils of KIrkhope School, Acknowledgements, Sponsors. 127 Pages. £10
  • Highland and Other Recipes. Contents: Soups, Meats & Supper Dishes,A Highland Selection, Puddings, Cakes, Biscuits & Bread, Chutneys & Marmalade, Confectionary, Beverages. Edited by Robert Macdonald and dated 1960. A4 Publication. Stapled Together. 60 Page. £10
  1. Gaelic Society of Toronto. New Year’s Banquet. Held on Saturday Evening, January 11, 1941 at the Oak Room, Union Railway Station. A Programme of the event. Which has the Bill of the Fare, Grace, Menu, Toasts after the Banquet, Piper, Gaelic Song, Selected Song. A list of the office bearers from that year. 4 Pages. £15 (Very Scarce)
  • The Story of Island Roan as told by John George Mackay. Booklet, Printed in 1962. Seven Chapters. 26 Pages. £12
  • Grantshouse by Jim Crosbie. This book delves into the history of Grantshouse village and dips into the history of the surrounding district. P.B. Published in 1999. 24 Chapters, Appendices. Includes photographs. 247 Pages. £10
  • Scottish Battles from Mons Graupius to Culloden by John Sadler. P.B. Published in 1996. 12 Chapters, Notes on Sources, Select Bibliography, Index. 256 Pages. £6
  • Sermons by the late Rev. John Macsween M.A. P.B. Published in 1999. Includes a Foreword with Biographical details. Twenty Sermons. 135 Pages. £6
  • Everlasting Love. Devotional Sermons by Rev Murdoch Campbell M.A. H.B. With D/J Originally Published in 1968, this reprint is from 1969. Twelve Sermons in Total. 94 Pages. £6
  • No Night There. Devotional Sermons by the Rev Murdoch Campbell. M.A. P.B. Date of Printing Unknown. 14 Sermons. 92 Pages. £6
  • History of the Villages of the Isle of Arran. Arran W.R.I. Golden Jubilee 1925-1975. Booklet, Printed in 1975. 43 Pages. £8
  • The History of Duncan Campbell and his Dog, Oscar. Duncan and his Friend Conversing. Pamphlet. 24 Pages. Date of Printing Unknown. £15 (Scarce)
  • The Misrepresentation of Highlanders and their History by J.G. Mackay. A Paper Read before Comunn Gaidhealach Ghlaschu (The Glasgow Highland Association) Booklet, Printed in 1862. 43 Pages. £20 (Scarce)
  • A Pennyworth of Highland Humour by David Macrae. Author of “George Harrington” Americans at Home, Booklet, Date of Printing Unknown. 48 Pages. £10
  • Gaelic Place Names of Upper Strathglass by William Mackay. Booklet, Printed in 1968. 10 Pages. £8
  • Occult Elements Common to Celtic and Oriental Folklore by Rev. Norman Macdonald, Foyers. Booklet, Date of Printing Unknown. 23 Pages. £8
  • Airgiod Siusaidh. A Gaelic Play by Mary A. Mackinnon. (Mrs A. Campbell. Booklet,32 Pages. £8
  • Outer Isles by A. Goodrich Freer. With Illustrations by Allan Baraud. H.B. Published in 1902. Eighteen Chapters. 448 Pages. £35
  • 100 Years of Golf at Machrihanish. 1876-1976 by D.J. McDiarmid. With Foreword by S.L. McKinlay. Booklet, Printed in 1976. 52 Pages. £15 (Scarce)
  • Ardglass Golf Club. From Castle to Clubhouse. An Historical Account of Ardglass Castle and Ardglass Golf Club by Albert W.K. Colmer and Ivor D. Ray. Booklet, Printed in 1982, 42 Pages. Signed by the Authors. £20 (Scarce)
  • Sleaford Golf Club. A Brief History. The First Sixty Years by Ken Worsencroft and Brian Harris. Booklet, Printed in 1987. 42 Pages. £15
  • London Scottish Halloween Dinner Oct 31. 1951. Programme, which details the Toasts,Menu, The Loyal Toast, The Silent Toast, Our Guests, The Regiment, Pipe Band, Evening Hymn. £10
  1. Official Guide to the Western Isles. Published by W.S. Fenton (Advertising) Dundee for The Western Isles Tourist Association. Contents: Foreword, A Way of Life, Lewis, Stornoway, Birds, The Isle of Harris, North Uist, Benbecula, South Uist and Eriskay, Barra. Text on places of interest and photographs of places of interest to the tourist. Also contains adverts. Booklet, Date of Printing probably late 1960’s early 1970’s. 92 Pages. £8
  • Scottish Marxist. John Maclean. Articles by Alex Murray, Peter Kerrigan, Nan Milton, selected writings, reminiscences. Scottish Politics; a review by Bill Cowe. Honor Arundel; a tribute by Jack Ashton. Booklet, November 1973, no 5. 52 Pages. £6
  1. The Glengarry Emigrations 1773-1853. Pamphlet. 10 Pages. Date of Printing Unknown. £6
  • An Seanachaidh. Sgeulachdan Gaidhlig air a dheasachadh le Lachlann Macfhionghuin. Ceithir deug sgeulachd a chaidh an taghadh bhon a leabhraichean Popular Tales of the West Highlands 1860-62. H.B. Air a chomhdach. Air fhoillseachadh ann an 1936. 163 Duilleag. £10
  • Old Inverness Shire. Notes by a Highland Chief in 1784. Highland Handbooks. No. 1. Booklet, Printed in 1931. 15 Pages. £10
  • On Telling the Culloden Story by Iain Cameron Taylor. A paper read by Lieut -Col. I.B. Cameron Taylor. Historian and Information Secretary The National Trust for Scotland on 20th November 1964. Reprinted from the Transactions of the Gaelic Society of Inverness Volume XLV. Booklet, 22 Pages. £10
  • Resettlement in the Highlands. A Handbook of Information for all Interested in the Development of the Highland Area. Issued by the Inverness Local Advisory Committee. Booklet, Printed in 1919. 112 Pages. £20 (Scarce)
  • The Parallel Roads of Glen -Roy by Kenneth Macdonald, Town Clerk, Inverness. Booklet, Reprinted from “Field Club Transactions for 1903” Printed in 1909. 26 Pages. £20
  • Jim Watt. Watt’s My Name. An Autobiography. H.B. With D/J Published in 1981. 15 Chapters. Includes photographs and a record of all his fights. 173 Pages. £6
  1. The Bridge With Broken Arches. David Illingworth. The Journals of a Scottish Family Doctor 1943-1986. P.B. Published in 2003, this book is an edition limited to 30 copies. 31 Chapters. 326 Pages. £20 (Scarce)
  2. Ride with the Moonlight. The Mosstroopers of the Border by Michael J.H. Robson. Booklet, Originally Printed in 1987, this reprint is from 1989. 53 Pages. £8
  3. All about Wanlockhead. A brief history of Scotland’s Highest Village. Booklet, Originally Printed in 1971, this reprint is from 1989. 23 Pages. £5
  4. The Botanist in Skye. A guide to Flowering plants and Ferns by C.W. Murray and H.J.B. Birks. Booklet, Originally Printed in 1974, this second edition is from 1980. Five Chapters, 3 Appendixes and Illustrations. 67 Pages. £6
  5. The Campbell Collection of Gaelic Proverbs. Collected by The Rev. Duncan M. Campbell. Edited by Donald E. Meek. H.B. Published in 1978. Contents: Preface, Abbreviations and Works Referred to, The Collector, Campbell and contemporary Gaelic folklore collecting, Campbell’s collection and its relationship to other collections, Gaelic proverbs and the significance of this collection, Editorial Policy, Proverbs, Appendices, Glossary, Indexes. 207 Pages. £15
  6. The Campbell Collection of Gaelic Proverbs and Proverbial Sayings. Collected by The Rev Duncan Campbell. Edited by Donald E. Meek. P.B. Published in 1978. Contents as above. Included in this book are a biographical note on Rev Duncan Campbell written in Pen. A typed out book review of the book and a cutting from the Stornoway Gazette reviewing the book. 207 Pages. £10
  7. Domhnall Ruadh Choruna. Orain is Dain le Domhnall Domhnallach a Uibhist a Tuath. Air a dheasachadh le Fred Macamhlaidh. P.B. Published in 1995. The book is a bilingual publication with the first part a biography of the Bard including his family tree, part two is his prose, poems written in memory of the Bard, illustrations and then the last part has Domhnall Ruadh’s poetry in Gaelic and English. 199 Pages. £8
  8. Roger an extraordinary peace campaigner by Helen Steven. The times, writings and sayings of Roger Gray, The optician of Skye with a prophetic insight. P.B. Published in 1990. Six Chapters. 83 Pages. £8
  9. The Botanist in Skye and Adjacent Islands by C.W. Murray & H.J.B. Birks. An annotated Check list of Vascular Plants of the Islands of Skye, Raasay, Rona, Rum, Eigg, Muck, Canna, Scalpay and Soay. P.B. Third Edition. Published in 2005. Six Chapters, References and 4 Appendices, Index of Latin and Common Names. 136 Pages. Signed by C.W. Murray. £8
  10. Caidreabh ’72. A written and pictorial account of Caidreabh na Gaidheal Canada, a cultural exercise undertaken by Comunn Gaidhlig Cheap Breatunn with the assistance of the Multiculturism Grants Programme of the Department of the Secretary of State for Canada. Includes articles and photographs. Also includes the newsletter of Comunn Gaidhlig Cheap Breatunn ‘Suas leis a Ghaidhlig’ from May/June 1973. Magazine type publication. 52 Pages. £15.
  11. The Gaelic Folksongs of Canada by Alexander Fraser, Toronto. A paper read by W.W. Campbell, for the author at The Royal Society of Canada, Montreal, May 20, 1903. Booklet, Date of Printing Unknown. 12 Pages. £10
  12. Lachann Dubh a Chrogain. Lachlan Livingstones and his Grandsons. Bards of Mull and Lismore. Maighread Dhomhnallach Lobban. Lachlan Livingstone 1819-1901, John Macdonald 1883-1940, Lachlan Macdonald 1889-1956. P.B. Published in 2004. 160 Pages. £10
  13. The Less Travelled Way by Donald N. Macdonald. The autobiography of DN originally from North Uist who became a well known Minister in the Church of Scotland and a broadcaster. P.B. Published in 1993, 22 Chapters. 92 Pages. £12 (Scarce)
  14. Peat and Peat Cutting by Ian D. Rotherham. P.B. Published in 2009. Contents: Preface, Introduction, Use of Peat and Peatlands, How Peat was Worked, The Enclosure and Fuel Allotments, Other Uses of Peat, Conclusions, References and Bibliography, Index. 64 Pages. £6
  15. Why Patagonia by Greta Mackenzie. Retracing the steps of the many island people who sought employment on the vast sheep estancias of Patagonia and elsewhere throughout the South American continent in the early years of the last century. P.B. Published in 1995, 1st Eight Chapters and also gives a list of all those from the Island of Lewis who went to Patagonia and to South America. 107 Pages. £8
  16. Air a’ Mhisean. A list of all those from Lewis and Harris who served as missionaries in the Church of Scotland and Free Church of Scotland. Booklet, printed in 1998. 51 Pages. £6
  17. Reading the Line: an English language lined out Psalmody tradition in Presbyterian Scotland by Norman Campbell. This booklet sheds new light on the English language equivalent of Gaelic psalm singing. Booklet, printed in 2005. 32 Pages. £5
  18. Litir Chun an T-Saighdeir Gun Ainm. Litrichean a chaidh an sgriobhadh gu cuideigin a bha na shaighdear as a chiad chogaidh agus a chaidh an craobh sgaoileadh air Radio Nan Gaidheal ann a 2015. Tha 52 litrichean ann gu leir le deifir sgriobhaidhearan. P.B. A chaidh fhoillseachadh ann an 2016. 134 Duilleag. £6
  19. The Rev John Mackay M.A. Student, Pastor, General Assembly’s Highland Evangelist by the Rev. Alexander Mackenzie. H.B. Published in 1921. 1st Contents: The Days of Youth, University and College Days, The Glen Lyon Ministry (1874-75), The Oban Ministry (1875-1883), The Cromarty Ministry (1883-1895), The Highland Evangelist, Stressful Years, The Highland Evangelist after 1900, The Closing Years, The Preacher, Six Sermons. 327 Pages. £25
  20. The Gaelic Songs of Duncan Macintyre. Edited with Translation and Notes by George Calder H.B. Published in 2012. 60 Songs in Total in Gaelic with English Translation. A Biographical note on the poet, Appendixes with notes on the songs. Includes Illustrations. 535 Pages. £15
  21. Sgeulachdan a Seisiader. Tales from Sheshader by Chris and Bill Lawson. P.B. Published in 1990. 44 Tales in Gaelic with an English translation. 128 Pages. £6
  22. Gardiner’s Tweed Adventures. The Story of a Tweed Mill 1945/1988. By Ian Jackson. P.B. Published in 1998. Twenty Five Chapters. 228 Pages. £8
  23. The Orcadian Book of the Twentieth Century. Volume 2. A People’s Digest. Compiled by Howard Hazell. This second volume is a collection of stories about people who featured both in Orkney and around the world in what was regarded as the people’s century. H.B. With D/J Published in 2010. 413 Pages. £20
  24. An Account of the Present State of the Hebrides and Western Coasts of Scotland in Which an attempt is made to explain the circumftances the have hitherto repreffed the induftry of the Natives; and fome hints are fuggefted for encouraging the fisheries, and promoting other improvements in thofe countries. Being the substance of a Report to the Lords of the Treasury by James Anderson. H.B. Published in 1786, includes a new map of Scotland which the Hebrides and Weftern Coafts, in particular, are laid down from the beft authorities and lateft Observations. 4 Chapters and 15 Appendices. 452 Pages. £85
  25. English – Gaelic Key to Dwelly’s Gaelic -English Dictionary by Girvan Mackay. A concise subject index to Edward Dwelly’s famous work, the most authoritive and comprehensive dictionary of the Scottish Gaelic language.  Booklet, printed in 1974. 22 pages. £6
  26. The Camerons. A History of Clan Cameron by John Stewart of Ardvorlich. H.B. With D/J Published in 1974. 1st Fourteen Chapters, Chronological Table of the Chiefs of the Clan Cameron, Epilogue, Appendices, Bibliography, Place Names connected with Cameron History, with reference to Map in pocket. 344 Pages. £15
  27. Historical Sketch of Perth Cricket Club (The Premier Club of Scotland) From its origins in 1826-27 Till 1879. By William Sievwright. With Introductory Note by John Thomas Esq, Ex Captain of the Club. H.B. Published in 1880. 1st Contents: Introductory Note, Origins of the Perth Cricket Club, Early History continued, Early History continued, Great Matches Played on North Inch, Great Matches continued, Great Matches continued, High Totals, Short Scores, Feats in Hitting, Top Scorers, Averages of batting, Appendix. 120 Pages. £45 Ex Library.
  28. Perth Its Weavers and Weaving and The Weaver Incorporation of Perth by Peter Baxter. Contents includes; Survey of Ancient Weaving, The days of Purple and Fine Linen in Palestine, the spread of the art of Weaving in Great Britain, Handloom and Powerloom weaving in Perth, etc, etc. Includes photographs and adverts of some of the companies involved in the industry. H.B. Published in 1936. Ex Library. 248 Pages. £20
  29. “Back to the Wind, front to the Sun” The traditional Croft House by Caroline Hurst. Based on the collections of the late Angus Macleod, Calbost, South Lochs, Isle of Lewis. P.B. Published in 2005. 4 Chapters, Illustrations, Epilogue, Bibliography. 195 Pages. £8
  30. MacEachen’s Gaelic -English Dictionary. Faclair Gaidhlig is Beurla le Eoghainn Mac Eachainn. P.B. Published in 1979. Fifth Edition. 321 Pages. £6
  31. Revivals in the Highlands and Islands in the 19th Century by Rev. Alexander Macrae, Minister of the United Free Church, Creich. Contents: Revivals in the Synod of Argyll, Revivals in the Synod of Glenelg (which includes, Lewis Revivals in Stornoway, Uig, Knock, Ness and Harris, Revivals in the Synod of Moray and Ross, Revivals in Perthshire, Revivals in the Synod of Sutherland and Caithness, Eighteenth Century Revivals, Twentieth Century Revivals. H.B. Date of Publishing Unknown. 203 Pages. £15
  32. The Flight of the Starling. The flying career of Pioneer Scottish aviator Captain Eric Starling. P.B. Published in 1992. 17 Chapters, Epilogue. 4 Appendixes. 170 pages. £8
  33. Highlanders of Scotland being A Series of Portraits With Biographical and Historical Notices illustrative of The Principle Clans and Followings, and the Retainers of the Royal Household at Balmoral, in the Reign of Her Majesty Queen Victoria by Kenneth Macleay. Thirty One Portraits in Total. Some of the Portraits include; John Grant, John Brown, William Ross, Donald Stewart, Charles Duncan, Archibald Fraser Macdonald, William Macdonald, Colin & John Campbell, Donald MacBeath and John Duff, Duncan Drummond, Andrew Murray, Donald Gordon, Duncan MacGregor, Kenneth & Thomas Mackenzie, Neil Macleod, Murdoch MacNeil, Lachlan & Ewen Macpherson, Donald Munro, etc. Sketches of each person profiled in the book. Included is a newspaper cutting with the obituary of John Brown. H.B. Date of Printing Unknown. 175 Pages. £150. (Scarce)
  34. Sports and Pastimes of Scotland. Historically Illustrated by Robert Scott Fittis. H.B. Published in 1891. Sports profiled include; Old Scottish Wild Cattle, The Wolves, Fox Hunting, The Salmon River, Football, Golf, Archery, The Revels of Fastren’s E’en, The Highland games, Curling, etc.  212 Pages. £35(Ex Library)
  35. Glasgow Archaeological Society Vol XII. H.B. Published in 1953. 9 Papers that were read to the Society between 1940 and 1945. Papers Include: Crookston Castle, A Stone Cist Found at Middlefield Farm in Duns Berwickshire, Peasants, Pedants and Palaeoliths, A Bronze Lamp and Harness Mounting From the Roman Fort at Loudoun Hill, Stone Basins, Twentieth Century Restorations of Scottish Mediaeval Churches, Inch Kenneth, etc. H.B. 128 Pages. £15
  36. Records of Inverness. Aberdeen University Studies: No 45. Edited by William Mackay and Herbert Cameron Boyd. Volume I. ‘Burgh Court Books’ : 1556-86. H.B. Published in 1911, includes illustrations. 308 Pages. £25
  37. Leabhar Nan Gleann. The Book of the Glens. With Zimmer on Pictish Matriarchy by George Henderson. 44 poems, 2 in English, 42 in Gaelic including; The Pabbay Poet, Oran Sugraidh, Oran an Iasgair, Alastair Torraidh, Marbhrann do Mghr Aonghas Lochabair, An t- Urramach Ailein Macilleathain, An t-Urramach Aonghas Donullach, and many others. H.B. Date of Printing Unknown. 305 Pages. £35
  38. Standing on the Rock. A History of Stirling Baptist Church 1805- 2005. By Brian R Talbot. P.B. Published in 2005. Nine Chapters. 185 Pages. Signed by the Author. £8
  39. The Coming Storm: Its Cause and Background by Rev Murdoch Campbell. Booklet, Date of Printing unknown, but possible late 1930’s. 49 Pages. £6
  40. The Nicolson Institute Annuals from 1961, 1963, 1966, 1967, & 1971. £25
  41. Queen’s Own Highlanders. Seaforths and Camerons by Angus Fairrie. An Illustrated History.A4 Size Publication. 2nd Revised Edition. A comprehensive history. 285 Pages. £15
  42. The Literature of the Highlanders by Neil MacNeil. Edited by J. Macmaster Campbell. This book presents an account of all that is interesting in the literature of the Scots-Gaelic Race from the earliest times to the present day. H.B. With D/J. First Published in 1892, this Second Edition is from 1929. Nineteen Chapters. 583 Pages. £15
  43. Sea Change. The Summer Voyage from East to West Scotland of the Anassa by Mairi Hedderwick. The story of a six week voyage with the Captain down the Caledonian Canal and out to sea in a small antiquated sailing boat. H.B. With D/J Published in 1999. Eighteen Chapters. 166 Pages. £8
  44. The Songs of Duncan Ban Macintyre. Edited with a Translation, Introduction and Notes by Angus Macleod. A definitive edition of Macintyre’s work, with a revised text based on the earlier editions. With valuable historical, biographical and explanatory notes, numerous illustrative quotations from Irish and Scottish sources, detailed discussion of difficulties, and a critical estimate of Macintyre’s poetry. H.B. With D/J Published in 1952. Ten Chapters. 581 Pages. £15
  45. Hebridean Decade by Nicholas Maclean Bristol. Mull, Coll and Tiree 1761-1771. Booklet, Printed in 1982. 36 Pages. £8
  46. From the Alleghenies to the Hebrides by Margaret Fay Shaw. H.B. With D/J Published in 1993. 1st Contents: Glenshaw, Sewickley, Bryn Mawr, Helensburgh, New York, From Plymouth to Portree and Stornoway, Oxford, London, Paris, Dublin, South Uist, St Kilda, The Aran Islands, Mingulay, Barra, Nova Scotia, Canna. 150 Pages which includes photographs. £10
  47. The Evangelical Movement in the Highlands of Scotland 1688-1800 by Rev John Macinnes. H.B. With D/J Published in 1951. Eight Chapters. 299 Pages. Includes a newspaper cutting with a review of the book. £20
  48. A Critical Examination of Dr Macculloch’s Work on the Highlands and Western Isles of Scotland by James Browne. H.B. Fully Rebound, Published in 1875. 302 Pages. £85.
  49. 3 Centuries of Falsehood Exposed. The shame of 1650 laid upon the Highland laird Neil Macleod, XI Baron of Assynt. By The Misses M.L. and E.A. Macleod of the Cadboll Branch, Easter Ross and Bee Jay (Author) Gairloch, Wester Ross. Booklet, Printed in 1970. Eleven Chapters. 22 Pages. £10
  50. Highland Clearances. Donald Macleod’s Gloomy Memories in the Highlands of Scotland versus Mrs Harriet Beecher Stowe’s Sunny Memories In (England) a Foreign Land or a faithful picture of the Extirpation of the Celtic Race from the Highlands of Scotland. P.B. Published in 1892, New Edition. A series of letters by the author to the Edinburgh Weekly Chronicle. 212 Pages. £8
  51. From Caithness to Kintyre. Historical and Geographical Studies. A Gallery of Northern Notables being Pen Portraits of Famous Caithnessians by D.P. Thomson. & Kintyre Through the Centuries. 2 Books in one. H.B. Published in 1954. £15
  52. Transactions of the Gaelic Society of Glasgow Vol. 1. 1887-1891. Contents include; Donald Macleod the Skye Bard, Uist old Hymns, Sketches of Kintyre, The feeling for Nature in Gaelic Poetry, Historical Notes on Education in the Highlands, Notes on Ancient Gaelic Medicine, Life in the Highlands a hundred years ago. Etc. etc. 16 Papers in total. H.B. 306 Pages. £20
  53. The Spiritual Songs of Dugald Buchanan. Edited with Introduction Notes and Vocabulary by Rev Donald Maclean. H.B. Published in 1913. 114 Pages. £10
  54. Where I Belong by Duncan Macpherson. With Illustrations. An autobiography of the author’s travel around the Highlands and Islands and other parts of Scotland from Aberdeen to Strathpeffer, Skye, Lewis. Fifteen Chapters in Total. H.B. With D/J Published in 1964. 136 Pages. £10
  55. Angus the Precentor by Isabel Cameron. Contents: St Paul, Stornoway, Coleshill, Evan, French, Effingham. P.B. Published in 1936. 75 Pages. £6
  56. Lewis in the Passing by Calum Ferguson. The author talks to twenty fellow Lewis people from different backgrounds whose lives have spanned the greater part of the Twentieth Century. P.B. Published in 2007. 310 Pages. £8
  57. Gaelic Dictionary. Gaelic -English. English – Gaelic by Malcolm Maclennan. A Pronouncing and Etymological Dictionary of the Gaelic Language. P.B. Published in 1979. 613 Pages. £6  
  58. The Hydro by Peter L Payne. A study of the Development of the Major Hydro Electric Schemes undertaken by the North of Scotland Hydro Electric Board. H.B. With D/J Published in 1988. Eight Chapters, Appendices with a list of Chairmen, Chief Officers and Members of the Board, Also includes Illustrations. 354 Pages. £25
  59. Uig 2000. Portrait of an Island Community. A photographic record of each household in the Uig district of Lewis in the year 2000. P.B. Published in 2001. 112 Pages. £8
  60. Cliu agus Cuimhneachan air cuid de na Criosdaidhean a chaidh dhachaidh le Ailean Macleoid anns a Ghleann Ur, Steornabhagh, Leodhais. Leabharann a chaidh fhoillseachadh ann an 1931. 7 piosan bardachd anns a leabharann. 16 Duilleag. £8 (Gann)
  61. The Highland Kitchen Maid. Pamphlet issued by the Free Presbyterian Church of Scotland. Pamhplet, Date of Printing Unknown. 6 Pages. £5
  62. Dolly Doctor. Pictures of Bygone Island Life. A selection of historic photographs from the Outer Hebrides from the collection of the late Dr Donald Macdonald of Gisla. P.B. Published in 2009, 98 Pages. £6
  63. Twenty Years of Hebridean Memories by Emily Macdonald. This book covers the years 1919-1939. A niece of the owner of the Island Lord Leverhulme she later married Dr Donald Macdonald of Gisla. H.B. Published in 1965, Fourteen Chapters and a Post script. 156 Pages. £20
  64. Soval The History of a Lewis Sporting Estate by David S.D. Jones. P.B. Published in 2010. Only 50 books which were numbered were published of which this is Number 37 and signed by the author. Thirteen Chapters which covers the owners of the Estate and game & fishing records. 60 Pages. £10
  65. Morsgail The Story of a Lewis Sporting Estate by David S.D. Jones. P.B. Published in 2010. Only 50 books were published and this is number 39 of 50 and is signed by the author. Eleven Chapters, which include chapters on some of the owners of the estate. 80 Pages. £10
  66. The Depths of Divine Love by Morag Morrison Marig. 27 Poems. Booklet, date of Printing unknown. 28 Pages. £5
  67. Here We Stand. The Free Church of Scotland 1843 -1900-2000. Booklet,which covers 3 significant dates in the history of the Free Church of Scotland. 3 Papers by 3 different Ministers of the Church dealing with events from these times. Booklet, date of Printing Unknown. 17 pages. £5
  68. History and Genealogy of the Macdonalds of Glengarry by Alex Mackenzie. Contents: Positions of the Macdonalds of Glengarry in the Clan, Reginald of Ranald, Donald MacRanald, John Macdonald, Alastair Macdonald, John Macdonald, Alexander Macdonald, Aenas Macdonald, Donald Macdonald, Aenas, Lord Macdonald, Ronald Macdonnel of Scotus, Alastair Dubh MacdOnnell, John MacDonnell, Alastair macDonnell, Duncan Macdonnell, Alastair Ranaldson MacDonnell, Aenas Ronaldson MacDonnell, Alastair Ronaldson MacDonnell, Charles Ranaldson MacDonnell, Aenas Ranaldson MacDonnell,Aenas Ranald Westrop MacDonnell, Scotus, MacDonnell of. H.B. Published in 1891. 82 Pages. £45
  69. History of the Macleods with Genealogies of the Principal Families of the Name by Alexander Mackenzie. Contents: Title, Dedication, Preface, Contents, List of Subscribers, The Macleods of Skye, Cadet Families of Dunvegan, The Macleods of Lewis, The Macleods of Raasay, Cadet Families of Lewis and Raasay. H.B. Published in 1890. Rebound. 463 Pages. £85
  70. History of the Chisholms with Genealogies of the Principal Families of the Name by Alexander Mackenzie. Contents: Title, Dedication, Preface, Contents, List of Subscribers, The Chisholms of Strathglass, Cadet Families of Strathglass, The Border Chisholmes, The Chisholms of Cromlix, Appendix,Index. H.B. Published in 1891. 232 Pages. £85
  71. Dain Iain Gobha. The Poems of John Morrison the Songsmith of Harris. Collected and edited with a Memoir by George Henderson Volumes I and II. Contents Vol I: Memoir and 26 Gaelic Poems. H.B. Published in 1891. 1st315 Pages. Volume II Contents: 29 Gaelic Poems & 4 English Poems. H.B. Published in 1896. 1st Edition. 350 Pages. These 2  scarce volumes are very rarely seen on the open market. £75 for both volumes.
  72. A Pronouncing Gaelic-English Dictionary by Neil Macalpine. H.B. Originally Printed in 1832, this reprint is from 1934. 281 Pages. £8
  73. Fonn Oirbh. Ceud Oran Gaidhlig. Air fhoillseachadh le Clo Tinne Auckland. 1995. Ceud Oran Gaidhlig, Leabharann. 98 Duilleag. £6
  74. Teagasg Nan Cosamhlachdan leis an Urramach Domhnull Iain Martainn, M.A. (Nach maireann) A bha ‘n a Mhinisteir anns an Eaglais Shaor Aonaichte ann an Stiornabhagh agus anns an Oban. Air a dheasachadh leis an Urramach Calum Macillinnein. H.B. Air fhoillseachadh ann an 1914. Clar innse: Roimh Radh, Cunntas Beatha an Urramach Martainn, 18 searmonan. 197 Duilleag. £20
  75. Leaving the Nets Trusting Him. The Memoirs of Dr John Watt Robertson. The autobiography of a fisherman who became a GP and spent over 20 years in practice in North Harris. P.B. Published in 2014.24 Chapters and Appendices. Includes photographs. 128 Pages. £6
  76. Scouting Around Inverness, 1907 -2007. With 100 photographs from the first one hundred years of Scouting in Inverness, Nairn, Badenoch and Grantown on Spey by Robert Preece. P.B. Published in 2011. Twelve Chapters and 2 Appendices. 152 Pages. £8
  77. The Immortal Isles by Seton Gordon. With 24 Headpieces and 6 Coloured Illustrations by Finlay Mackinnon. And 32 Photographs by the Author. H.B. Published in 1926. 1st 23 Chapters. 227 Pages. £15
  78.  The Rocks Remain by Gavin Maxwell. H.B. With D/J Published in 1963. 1st This book is a further superbly written revelation of a personality, a place and a way of life that have captured the imagination of readers the world over. Ten Chapters. £8
  79. The Story of Oban Lifeboat by Willie Melville. P.B. Published in 2009. Thirteen Chapters, 5 Appendixes, Glossary, Acknowledgements. Includes Photographs. 148 Pages. £8
  80. Deer Stalking in the Scottish Highlands 1940-1990 by Michael Forsyth Grant. H.B. With D/J Published in 1990. 1st Nine Chapters, Appendix, includes Illustrations. 157 Pages. £10
  81. The Whale Hunters by Robert Smith.This is the story of the men who left an indelible mark on the history of whaling, and of legendary masters like Captain John Murray of Dundee, the last of the Scottish whalers. P.B. Published in 1993. Eleven Chapters. Postscript. 116 Pages. £6
  82. Hebridean Childhood by Lady Fairfax- Lucy. Nora, Lady Fairfax-Lucy was the youngest of eight children of Mr and Mrs Munro Mackenzie of Mornish. H.B. With D/J Published in 1981. 10 Chapters. 125 Pages. £12
  83. Portrait of The Hebrides. A Journey to Scotland’s Western Seaboard and Beyond by Iain McGowan. H.B. With D/J. Published in 2008. Contents. Map of the Hebrides and Scotland’s Western Seaboard, Introduction, Arran to Clashnessie, Mountain, Moor and Mood, Skye, Sunshine, Shadow and Solitude, Eigg, Sea, Sand and Showers, Harris, Peat, Rust and Stone, A Hebridean Miscellany. 144 Pages which includes a good selection of photographs. £8
  84. Island Going to the Remoter Isles, Chiefly Uninhabited, off the North West Corner of Scotland by Robert Atkinson. Contents: Handa Island, North Rona -Shiant Isles- Canna, Flannan Isles, North Rona, Eigg, North Uist -Monach Isles -St Kilda, Sula Sgeir, Lewis Remembered, The Hebrides Regained. H.B. With D/J Published in 1949. 1st Includes Illustrations. 384 Pages. £15
  85. Gaelic Proverbs and Proverbial Sayings by T.D. Macdonald. H.B. Published in 1926. Contents: Introduction, Miscellaneous, Men, Women, Marriage, Weather and Season, Lore, Object, Lessons from Nature, The Diety, The Devil, Land and labour, The Fingalians, St Columba and Other Saints, Clans and Clanship. 156 Pages. £25
  86. A Description of the Western Isles of Scotland Circa 1695 by Martin Martin, Gent, including A Voyage to St Kilda by the same author and A Description of the Western Isles of Scotland by Sir Donald Monro. Edited with Introduction by Donald J. Macleod. H.B. Originally Published in 1703, this edition is from 1934. H.B. Ex Library. 540 Pages. £15
  87. West Over Sea. An account of Life in the Outer Hebrides set against the legendary and Historical Background by D.D.C. Pochin Mould. H.B. Published in 1953. 1st Twenty Chapters and Illustrations. 296 Pages. £15
  88. The Ultimate Guide to Whisky. Become a definitive whisky expert. A comprehensive guide to the best whiskies from around the world. P.B. Published in 2015. 14 Chapters. 128 Pages. £6
  89. Another Pocketful of Saturday’s. The Rev. Dr. Nelson Gray. P.B. Published in 1972. A selection of the author’s articles that originally appeared in the Glasgow Evening Citizen. 53 Chapters. 106 Pages. £5
  90. The Men of Skye by Roderick MacCowan. H.B. Published in 1902. 49 Men are profiled in this book, 3 appendixes at the end with 3 Gaelic spiritual poems. 230 Pages. £45
  91. Men & Women from the Isle of Harris. “Fragrant Memories” This booklet contains a selection of obituaries of men and women who lived in Harris and who upheld the Cause of Christ there and elsewhere in their own day. Booklet, Printed in 2007. 66 Pages. £6
  92. Lorna by I.M. Moffatt -Pender. 5 Plays which are both in Scottish and Irish Gaelic. H.B. Published in 1954 and which this copy is a presentation copy from the author. 78 Pages. £20
  93. The Burkes Peerage World Book of Campbell. Volumes I and II. P.B. Editions. Vol I Contents: The Great Migrations of Man, How Names Originated and What the Campbell Name Means, How Early Coats of Arms were Granted, How to Discover your Ancestors, The Campbells Around the World. Vol II Contains The Campbell International Registry. £30 for both.
  94. Recalling the Scottish Covenants by Hugh Watt. H.B. Published in May 1946. Six Chapters, Appendix and Index. 111 Pages. £8
  95. The House With the Green Shutters by George Douglas Brown. Memorial Edition. H.B. With D/J Published in 1923 and includes Illustrations. 322 Pages. Includes a Biographical Sketch and an Appreciation by Andrew Melrose. £10
  96. We Have Won the Land by John Macaskill. The story of the purchase by the Assynt Crofters Trust of the North Lochinver Trust. P.B. Published in 1999. Seven Chapters and Illustrations, Appendix setting the legislative background, Bibliography and Index. 224 Pages. £8
  97. The Italian Influence on Scottish Literature by R.D.S. Jack. H.B. With D/J Published in 1972. 1st Six Chapters, Notes and Index. 256 Pages. £8
  98. The Empty Lands. A Guidebook to the West of Scotland from Fort William to Cape Wrath by Tom Atkinson. P.B. Originally Published in 1986, this new edition is from 1987. Seven Chapters. 170 Pages. £8
  99. Skye Calling. A Guide to Skye with Descriptive and Historical Notes on The Principal Tours. Issued by the Skye Transport Co. Portree. Booklet, Date of Printing Unknown. Plenty of adverts and photographs and much detail of historical interest. 45 Pages. £15 (Scarce)
  100. The Highland Heart in Nova Scotia. By Neil MacNeil. P.B. Originally Published in 1948, this reprint is from 1958. Fourteen Chapters. 199 Pages. £8
  101. Recollections of a Bygone Age. By Jessie Munro. Being the memories in the life of a little girl in the Black Isle (Ross and Cromarty) dating back to the beginning of the century, which eventually brought her into households of the nobility of the day. Booklet, printed in 1974. 31 Pages. £8
  102. Two Sermons by the Late Mr Lachlan Mackenzie Minister of Lochcarron, Ross Shire (Preached in the year 1803) Also A Sermon by the Pious and Learned Mr Samuel Rutherford. (Preached in the Year 1640) Booklet, printed in 1942. 28 Pages. £10
  103. The Gaelic Psalms. Being a reprint of the edition issued by the Synod of Argyll in that year. With an Historical Introduction by Duncan C. Mactavish. B. Published in 1934. 282 Pages. £10
  104. A Forgotten Heritage. Original Folk Tales of Lowland Scotland by Hannah Aitken. H.B. With D/J Published in 1973. 1st Contents: The Fairy People, The Rough Fairies, Witches, Warlocks and The Devil, The Universal Themes, Just Ance Mair, The Fairies Farewell, The Saints Take Over, The Last Act, Appendix, Glossary and Notes on Words, Bibliography. 168 Pages. £10
  105. Two Hundred and Fifty Years of Scottish Education 1696 -1946 by H.M. Knox. Part I The Eighteenth Century, Part II The First Half of the Nineteenth Century, Part III The Middle of the Century, Part IV The Latter Part of the Century, Part V The Twentieth Century, Bibliography, Index. 253 Pages. £15
  106. Laoidhean agus Orain le Catriona Thangaidh. Air an sgriobhadh as a beul fhein leis an Urr Alasdair Macrath (Cill Chalum an Eala an Ceann tire) B’ann e Barrabhas ann a Leodhas a bha Catriona Nicaoidh neo Catriona Thangaidh. Chaidh an leabharann seo fhoillseachadh ann an 1917. Tha cunntas ann cuideachd air a beatha. Chaochail I ann an 1871. 7 Laoidhean agus orain. 38 Duilleag. £20 (fior ghann)
  107. Affirmations we Need Today by the Rev A. Donald Macleod. A series of 5 sermons that were preached by the author in Knox Church Toronto in 1982. Booklet, Printed in 1982. 48 Pages. £6
  108. Sar Obair Nam Bard Gaelach or The Beauties of Gaelic Poetry and Lives of the Highland Bards; with historical and critical notes, and a comprehensive glossary of provincial words by John Mackenzie Esq. With historical, introduction containing an account of the manners, habit, etc of the ancient Caledonians by James Logan. New Edition. Bards whose work is in this publication include; Mairi Nighean Alasdair Ruaidh, Iain Lom, Niall MacMhuirich, An Clarsair dall, Am Piobaire dall, Alasdair Macmhaighstir Alasdair, Iain MacCodrum, Eachunn Macleoid, Rob Donn, Donnachadh Ban, Coinnecah MacChoinnich, Uilleam Ros, Ailean Dall agus baird eile. H.B. Published in 1904. 408 Pages. Back board shows sign of old dampness, but doesn’t affect any of the pages within the book. £45
  109. Memoirs of a Highland lady. The Autobiography of Elizabeth Grant of Rothiemurchus afterwards Mrs Snith of Baltiboys 1797-1830. Edited by Lady Strachey. With Illustrations. H.B. Originally Published in 1898. This reprint is from 1928. Twenty Two Chapters, Notes, Index. 427 Pages. £15
  110. Fragments and Sermons of the late Rev. Malcolm Gillies Stornoway. P.B. Published in 1987. 128 Pages. Includes tributes do Mr Gillies after his death in 1945. £6
  111. Youth Hostelling in Scotland. Edited by D.G. Moir. H.B. Published in 1944, Twenty Eight articles. 63 Pages. £10
  112. The World of Rob Donn by Ian Grimble. H.B. With D/J Published in 1979. 1St Twelve Chapters, Appendix, Index. 223 Pages. £15
  113. Cawdor Castle -A Guide. Booklet, Date of Printing Unknown. £20 £5
  114. The Place Names of Skye. A Visitors Guide. Published by J. Macdonald. Booklet, Date of Printing Unknown. 20 Pages. £5
  115. The Killiecrankie Story. A National Trust for Scotland publication. Booklet, Date of Printing Unknown. 12 Pages. £5
  116. Your Clan Heritage. Compiled by Alan McNie. Booklet, Printed in 1986. 34 Pages. £5
  117. Skye Landscapes and Lifestyles. What to see. What it means. With Identification Sketches and Maps. Booklet, printed in 1994. 32 Pages. £5
  118. Making it Happen. The Rise of Sir Macpherson Robertson by George Taylor. H.B. Published in 1934. Includes Illustrations. Fifteen Chapters. Robertson’s family were originally from Leith, they emigrated to Australia where he became a successful and rich businessman. 274 Pages. £20
  119. John Forbes White. Miller, Collector, Photographer 1831-1904. Edinburgh Corporation Libraries and Museums Committee 1970. With an appreciation by His Daughter, Dorothea, Lady Fyfe and Notes on his Photography by The City Librarian and Curator. Booklet, 12 Pages. £6
  120. A Family in Fife. A Journey from Markinch through Dysaty to Kirkcaldy and Beyond by Jack Blyth. Booklet, printed in 2006. Second Edition. 72 Pages. £8
  121. Sharp Family History. Compiled by Robert Sharp. Booklet, First Edition printed in 2006. 103 Pages. £8
  122. The Border Hosiery and Knitwear Industry 1770-1970 by Clifford Gulvin. Border Booklet 3. Booklet, printed in 1979. 18 Pages. £6
  123. Honour’d Shade. An anthology of New Scottish Poetry to mark the Bicentenary of the Birth of Robert Burns. Selected and Edited by Norman MacCaig. H,B. Published in 1959. Poets include George Mackay Brown, George Bruce, Robert Garioch, Maurice Lindsay, Donald Macaulay, Norman MacCaig, Edwin Morgan, Tom Scott, Iain Crichton Smith, Douglas Young, etc, etc. 136 Pages. £8
  124. The Clan Glenell. Cross me who dares. By Michael Brander. With a review of the Clan Characteristics, Their background and the Land itself, Its Economic and Natural History, with a look at the Garb and way of life in the Highlands, etc, etc. H.B. With D/J Published in 1996. 99 Pages. £15
  125. Kintyre Country Life by Angus Martin. P.B. Published in 1987. Contents includes Agriculture, Tilling and Fertilising the Soil, Cattle and Horses, Sheep, Peat Cutting, Illicit Whisky, Crafts and Industries, Building and House, Hearth, Home and Diet, Festivities, Customs and Sport. 2 Appendixes. 201 Pages. A presentation copy signed by the author. £8
  126. Orkney -A checklist of Vascular plants; Flowering Plants and Ferns by Elaine R. Bullard. Booklet, Date of Printing 1979. 20 Pages. Includes an article reprinted from the Orcadian Trees in Orkney. £6
  127. A booklet printed to commemorate the exhibition in tribute to Hugh MacDiarmid on his seventy fifth birthday in 1962. Booklet, 39 Pages. £8
  128. Catchcart Memories by Alexander Gartshore. A series of historical articles by the author which he wrote for a local paper. Thirty Eight Chapters and Illustrations. H.B. Published in 1938. 161 Pages. Signed by the author. £15
  129. The Admirable Mechanic. Sir John Anderson and his Woodside Library by Moira Henderson. Booklet, printed in 1983.  24 Pages. £6
  130. The Orkney Library. 1683-1983. A Short History Edited by David M.N. Tinch. Booklet, Printed in 1983. 18 Pages. £5
  131. The Clyde Puffer by Dan Macdonald. A historical and photographic history of the Clyde Puffer. H.B. Published in 1978. Second Edition. 48 Pages. £6
  132. The Appin Murder and the Trial of James Stewart by Lt Gen Sir William Macarthur. A New Survey of a Historic Survey. H.B. With D/J Published in 1960. Twenty Chapters, Calendar of Important Dates, Bibliography. 118 pages. Ex Library. £15
  133. Scotia Review, for the Scottish Muse and Nation. No 18. Edited by David Morrison. Winter 1977/78. Special Orkney Issue. Contents: Orkney, Orkneymen, Orkney’s Greatest Poet, A Peasant with a Pen, The impact of Oil, Review. 55 Pages. £5
  134. Atlantic Britain by Adam Nicolson. The story of the author’s travels at sea, setting off along the Atlantic coasts of the British Isles from Cornwall to the Hebrides, before heading on to Orkney, and a two hundred leap into the winds of the North Atlantic. P.B. Published in 2004. 180 Pages. £5
  135. Speed Bonny Boat. The story of Caledonian Macbrayne Ltd Under Scottish Transport Group, 1969-1990 by John Whittle. Booklet, printed in 1990 and contains numerous photographs. Has a list of all the ships in the fleet in 1969 and 1989. 48 Pages. £8
  136. A Vigorous Institution. The Living Legacy of Patrick Geddes. Introduced and Edited by Walter Stephen. Contributions by Aubrey Manning, James Mackinnon, Mike Small, Kenny Munro, Frank Spaven, Anne- Michelle Slater and Sofia Leonard. P.B. Published in 2007. 176 Pages. £6
  137. Nis Aosmhor The Photographs of Dan Morrison. Deasaichte le Fionnlagh Macleoid. Foreword by Professor Donald Macleod. 114 Photographs taken in the Ness area of the Isle of Lewis between the 1930’s and 1980’s. P.B. Published in 2007. £10
  138. The Truth About St Kilda. An Islander’s Memoir. Rev Donald John Gillies. Edited by John Randall. Contents: Foreword by Harry McGrath, Editor’s Introduction, Brief Chronology for Rev. Donald John Gillies, The Notebooks, Select Bibliography. P.B. Published in 2010. 164 Pages. £6
  139. Scotland Coast to Coast A long distance walk from Glen Shiel to Arbroath by Hamish Brown. P.B Published in 1990. The diary of the 14 days it took him to walk the route. 4 Appendices. Includes Photographs. 224 Pages. £6
  140. St Columba of Iona. A Short Account of his life by Lucy Menzies. A new and completely revised edition of St Columba of Iona: A Study of his Life, his Times and his influence, first published by J.M. Dent & Sons ltd. In 1920. H.B. With D/J Published in 1949. Fifteen Chapters plus a chapter on the subsequent History of the Columbian Church. 150 Pages. £10
  141. An Gradh Bhuan. Dain Spioradail le Aonghas MacGhille Mhoire. Spiritual Songs by Angus Morrison. Edited by Hector Macdougall. B’ann e Barabhas a bha am Bard. Leabharann air fhoillseachadh ann an 1946. 15 Duilleag. £8
  142. The French Macdonald. Journey of a Marshal of napoleon in the Highlands and islands of Scotland. Marshal Macdonald Duke of Tarentum. The 1825 Travel Diary of Jacques Etienne Joseph Alexandre Macdonald. With commentaries by Jean- Didier Hache and Domhnall Uilleam Stiubhart.P.B. Published in 2007. Seven Chapters, Chronology, List of Illustrations. 209 Pages. £6
  143. The Islands of Orkney by Liv Kjorsvik Schei with photographs by Gunnie Moberg. P.B. Originally Published in 2000, this P.B. 1st edition is from 2007. Contents: Prehistory c.3600 BC-C.AD 800, Norse Times c. 800-1468, In Scotland 1468-1707, In Britain from 1707, a chapter on 32 Islands and parishes, Bibliography, The Earls of Orkney, Glossary, Index. 304 Pages. £8
  144. The Crofter in History by Dalriad. Contents: The Decline of Feudalism, Powers of a Chief Under the Clan System, Conditions of the Highlands and Islands in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries, Conditions of the Highlands and Islands During the Eighteenth Century, Buchanan’s Account of the Western Hebrides, 1782, Origin of the Modern Crofter, The Policy of Sheep Walks. H.B. Published in 1885. 104 Pages. £35
  145. Monro’s Western Isles of Scotland and Genealogies of the Clans 1549. Edited from a Hitherto Unpublished MS With Introduction and Notes by RW Munro. H.B. Published in 1961. Contents include; George Buchanan’s Preface, Description of the Occidental i.e Western Isles of Scotland, Note on the Genealogies, The Genealogies of the Chief Clans of the Isles, notes on Island Castles, Religious Houses, Island Sports, Barra ‘Cockles’, Place -Names, Errors in Earlier Editions, Charters of the Lords of the Isles, The Genealogies, Principal Sources, Glossary. 172 Pages. £35
  146. The Pageant of the Forth. The History and romances of its Shores. By Stewart Dick. H.B. Published in 1910. Thirteen Chapters, includes illustrations from Paintings by Scottish Artists. 258 pages. £20
  147. Cronan nan Tonn. The Croon of the Sea by Duncan Johnston. With Foreword  by Dr Archd. N. Currie. 32 Songs composed by Duncan Johnston 1895-1947 from Islay. Booklet, printed in 1997. 72 Pages. £10
  148. Ionad Hiort. The St Kilda Centre Masterplans August 2016. As put together by the Uig Community, Isle of Lewis. Contents: Executive Summary, Our Working Process,Story, Audiences, Content, The Visitor’s Experience, Delivering the Project. A4 Publication with ring binding, includes photographs. Very professionally done. Printed in 2016. £20
  149. A History of Falkirk by Lewis Lawson. P.B. Originally Published in 1975, this reprint is from July 1994. Twelve Chapters, Provosts of the Burgh, Sources, Index. 152 Pages. £8
  150. Labour in Scotland. A Short History of the Scottish Working Class Movement by W.H. Marwick, M.A. Booklet, Date of Printing Unknown. 32 Pages. £6
  151. The Story of Errol Station by John Beech. Booklet, Printed in 1993. Seventeen Chapters and an Index. 53 Pages. £6
  152. Historic Stornoway by E. Patricia Dennison & Russel Coleman. The Scottish Burgh Survey. The archaeological implications of development. Contents: how to use the survey, Stornoway: its site and setting, archaeological and historical background, area by area assessment, historic buildings, suggested avenues for further work, street names, glossary, bibliography, general index. A4 Size Publication. Printed in 1997. 87 Pages. £10
  153. Stornoway & District Roll of Honour. Second World War. Compiled by Malcolm Macdonald. A4 Size Publication. Printed in 2004, signed by the author. 160 pages. £10
  154. The Hebrides at War by Mike Hughes. Over many years of dedicated research, the author has brought together both the photographs and memories of the men and women who served and lived in Oban and the Hebrides during World War Two. P.B. Published in 1998. Eight Chapters, 3 Appendixes, Conclusion, Glossary of Abbreviations Used, Acknowledgements. Includes many photographs. 120 Pages. £8
  155. Comhairle Ionadail Tholastaidh Bho Thuath. North Tolsta Community Council. Carn Cuimhneachan. Memorial Cairn. In this booklet there are details of the names of the men which are displayed on the tablet, and their Gaelic patronymics are at the end. Prepared by Angus Macleod. A list of all those from North Tolsta who lost their lives in the two wars. A4 Size Publication. Date of Printing Unknown. £8
  156. Edinburgh University Worthies. Biographies of Selected Pre 1901-Alumni and Staff at the University of Edinburgh. 37 Alumni and Former staff are included in this book.  Included are; John Stuart Blackie, Alexander Campbell, John Francis Campbell, Charles Darwin, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Sir William Jardine and many more. P.B. Published in 1999. 56 Pages. £8
  157. Tolsta Chaolais. The Steading by the Sound. The Emigrations and Great Changes which Shaped Life in an Outer Hebrides Village. Part I 1746-1846 by Christine Macdonald. A4 Size Publication with Ring Binding. Fifteen Chapters. Printed in 1996. 51 Pages. £15
  158. New Kilpatrick Parish and its Story by James McCardel. With an introduction by John White. Second Edition. H.B. Printed in 1973. Twenty Two Chapters and Illustrations. 143 Pages. £10
  159. Reminiscences of the Shetland Fireside by George Nelson. Booklet, Published in 1977. 10 Tales. 44 Pages. £6
  160. A Bibliography of the Literature of the Farne Islands, Northumberland. Transactions of the Natural History Society of Northumberland, Durham and Newcastle Upon Tyne. Vol 42. No 1. July. 1973. Booklet, 64 Pages. £6
  161. Notes on the Natural History of the Bell Rock by J.M. Campbell. With an Introduction by James Murdoch. H.B. Published in 1904. Notes on Bell Rock spanning the years 1901-1904. 112 Pages. £25
  162. Wanted Donald Morrison. The true story of the Megantic Outlaw by Clarke Wallace. The true story of Donald Morrison of Lewis descent, how he was transformed into a desperate outlaw in the Eastern Townships of Quebec in the 1880’s. H.B. With D/J Published in 1977. Contents: Homecoming, Showdown, Outlaw, The Chase, Captive, Epilogue, Acknowledgements. 221 Pages. £15
  163. The Strath. The biography of Strathpeffer by Clarence Finlayson. Scotland’s most famous Spa and District. Foreword by the Earl of Cromartie, Etchings by Allan Haldane. P.B Published in 1979. Contents: Foreword, Introduction, The Dim and Distant Past, The Historical Period, After the ‘Forty Five’, The Spa, Pre War Years, Bibliography. 96 Pages. £8
  164. The History and Poetry of the Scottish Border. Their Main Features and Relations by John Veitch. New and Enlarged Edition. In Two
  165. Volume I has Thirteen Chapters, Volume II has Nine Chapters. Both Volumes Printed in 1893. £25
  166. The Trial of the Bernera Rioters at Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, July 1874, with Address to the Jury by the Agent for the Defence and Charge by the Sheriff. Booklet, a reprint from 1985. 40 Pages. £6
  167. Culross -A Short Guide to the Royal Burgh. Written by the late Earl of Elgin & Kincardine for the first edition in 1962. A National Trust Publication which was printed in February 1971 a Second Edition. Also included are 2 pamphlets about Culross Abbey Dated 1975. and Culross Palace, Second Impression 1976. Booklet, 24 Pages. £6
  168. Antrin Thochts by W. Gordon Macpherson. Introduced by Dr Colin Milton. 14 poems in the Doric language. Booklet, Printed in 1995. 39 Pages. £6
  169. Smuaintean bho Eiseabhal. Thoughts under Eiseaval. Domhnall Aonghas Bhain. Donald Macdonald. Edited and translated by Ronald Black. 26 Gaidhlig Poems with English Translations, Notes to the Poems, 31 Gaidhlig poems without translations. Included is a list of other poems. P.B. Published in 2000. 115 Pages. £6
  170. The Island Nurse by Mary J Macleod. The entertaining and true story of a district nurse on a remote Scottish island in the early 1970’s. P.B. Published in 2012. Forty Two Chapters, Epilogue and Glossary. 347 Pages. £5
  171. A Historic and Traditional Highland Farming Community. Contents: Foreword, Introduction, The Buildings & Surroundings, The Life, Fold out Map. Booklet, Printed in 1988. 36 Pages. £6
  172. The North East. The Land and Its People. The Book of the Aberdeen Loan Exhibition 1929 and the Proposed Regional Museum. Frontspiece and Fifteen Plates. H.B. Published in 1929. Eighteen chapters, Four Appendices and illustrations. 133 Pages. £20
  173. The Gamekeeper. A Year in the Glen by Charlie Pirie and Iain Fraser Grigor. Accompanies the TV Series. This book tells the story of a year in the life of Charlie Pirie, gamekeeper and head stalker of Glen Tilt, on the Duke of Atholl’s estates near Blair Atholl in Scotland,. H.B. With D/J Published in 1995. 224 Pages. £6
  174. The Islands of Scotland (Excluding Skye) W.W. Naismith Editor. 136 pages of letterpress, 1 photogravure, 42 illustrations, 3 panoramas, 9 line drawings and 9 maps. H.B. With D/J Published in 1934. Contents: Island of Arran, The Inner Hebrides, The Outer Hebrides, Orkneys and Shetlands. 135 Pages. £20
  175. Spindrift by T.P. Ollason. Shetland Sketches and Verse. H.B. Published in 1906. Thirteen Sketches and Verses. 156 Pages. £15
  176. Tromdamh Guaire. Mediaeval and Modern Irish Series. Volume II. Edited by Maud Joynt. H.B. Published in 1931. 55 Pages. £8
  177. A Cruise to the Western Isles. Corporation of the City of Glasgow, Coronation souvenir May, 1937. By Hugh Munro. A cruise that left Glasgow on Fri,28th May 1937, and went to Greenock, Cumbrae, Pladda, Mull of Kintyre, St Kilda, Flannan Isles, Butt of Lewis, Cape Wrath, Stornoway, Neist Point, Rum & Eigg Islands, Ardnamurchan Point, Staffa, Iona, Tobermory, Lismore, Colonsay, Oversay, Mull of Kintyre, Pladda, Cumbrae, and Greenock on Sun 30th H.B. Fifty Six Pages. £30
  178. Journal of a Tour in the Highlands and Western Islands of Scotland in 1800 by John Leyden. Edited, with a bibliography by James Sinton. H.B. Published in 1903. The Journal begins in Edinburgh on July 14 1800, and takes us through Stirling, Inverness, Elgin the North East, Oban and the islands, Canna, Skye, Inverness Shire, Nairn and many other places. The tour finishes on October 1. Includes Notes and Bibliography. 318 Pages. £25
  179. Islay by Norman Newton. Contents include; Geology & Landscape, Plants and Animals, Archaeology and Early History, The Rise and fall of the Campbells, A Hundred Years of Change, Jura, Language, Literature and the Arts, Future Choices. H.B. With D/J Published in 1988. 208 Pages. £8
  180. A Hundred Years in the Highlands by Osgood Mackenzie. Autobiography and social history. H.B. With D/J -Torn at the back. Twenty One Chapters. Originally Published in 1921. This edition is from 1965. 221 Pages. £10
  181. The Gaelic Old Smuggler. Hotch Potch. A book of Scottish Song, Highland Music & Scotch Humour. Sixth Edition by J. Murray Mackenzie. P.B. Publication. Date of Printing circa 1918. Some tears on spine and inside covers show signs of dampness. 101 Pages. £20
  182. A Gaelic Grammar by George Calder. Including a chapter on Personal and Place Names. Containing the parts of speech and The General Principles of Phonology and Etymology with A Chapter on Proper and Place Names. Originally Printed in 1923, this reprint is from 1996. 352 Pages. £6
  183. Fancy Farm by Neil Munro. H.B. With D/J Originally published in 1910. This Inveraray Edition was printed in February 1949. Thirty Three Chapters. 295 pages. £6
  184. St Martins and Cambusmichael. A Parochial Retrospect by Alexander. Illustrated by D. Scott Murray. H.B. Published in 1911. Contents: Introduction, The Parish -A General Survey, Lands and Heritages, Antiquities, The Parish Churches and Ministers, A Laird of the Olden Days, Fragmentary. 99 Pages. £15
  185. Queen’s Silver Jubilee Appeal. Duncan M. Morrison at Lews Castle, Stornoway -Friday, 25th November 1977. A Programme of the concert that was held. Profiling the Five singers who took part, which includes a photo of each of them; Mrs Alma Jamieson, Mr George Clavey, Mrs Margaret Hulse, Mr George Gunn and Mr Duncan M. Morrison. Also includes a photograph of ‘Major’s in his family home in Stornoway. Also has a cutting from the WHFP from 1998 when he passed away. Scarce items. £10
  186. Gaelic Words and Expressions from South Uist and Eriskay. Collected by Rev Fr Allan Macdonald of Eriskay (1859-1905). Edited by J.L. Campbell. H.B. With D/J Published in 1991. Second Edition. Contents: Portrait of Fr Allan, Introduction, List of Informants, Authors cited by Fr. Allan, Authorities consulted by the Editor, List of Abbreviations used, Notes on pronunciation, Gaelic words and expressions from South Uist a and Eriskay, Appendix 1: Words collected in Uist by the late Rev Dr George Henderson, the late Rev. Dr Angus Macdonald, Killearnan, and by the Editor from the late Seonaidh Caimbeul, Appendix II: Classified Words, Supplement. 317 Pages. £15
  187. Bardachd Leodhais. Fo Laimh Iain N. Macleoid. H.B. With D/J A reprint from 1955. Includes a chapter in Gaidhlig on old Lewis history. 10 Bards profiled. 275 Pages. £10
  188. No Port in a Storm by Bob MacAlindin. This book is a chain of true stories about the crews of the lightships who spent their lives -sometimes literally- in the service of the mariner off some of the most treacherous coastlines in the world. P.B. Published in 1998. Twenty One Chapters, Bibliography and source notes. 146 Pages. £8
  189. Heroes … and Others who left Cromarty for even wider skies. By Eric H. Malcolm. P.B. Published in 2003. Profiled are the following; James Thomson, John Fraser, William Brydon, James Ross, Thomas Lyne, Charles Barkley, Gilbert Barkly, Sir Henry Barkly. 162 Pages. £8
  190. Annals of Lodge Fortrose No 108, Stornoway. In the Island of Lewis, One of the Hebrides or Western Islands, Scotland. 1767-1905. Compiled from Lodge Records by J. Campbell Smith. The Foreword and a sketch of the Hebrides by J. Ross Robertson, Toronto, Canada. Originally Printed in 1905, this reprint is from 2009. Contents: The Foreword, A Brief Sketch of the Inner and Outer Hebrides, An Historical Picture, The Charter of Lodge Fortrose, The Fortrose Lodge of Freemasons Stornoway. No 108. November, 1767 -March 1904, Masters of Lodge Fortrose, from 1769-1900, Register of Roll of Members Entered in and Belonging to Lodge Fortrose, NO 108, Stornoway (Opened 16th August, 1769), Wardens, Secretaries and Treasurers Of Fortrose Lodge From 1769-1904. P.B. 118 pages. £10
  191. Rescue His Business The Clyde His Life. The Story of Ben Parsonage & The Glasgow Humane Society by George Parsonage. P.B. Published in 1990. P.B. Published in 1990. Seventeen Chapters and postscript. 252 Pages. £8
  192. Shetland by James R. Nicolson. Fourth Edition. H.B. With D/J Published in 1984. Twelve Chapters, Glossary, Bibliography, Supplementary Booklist, Index. Includes Photographs. 246 Pages. £8
  193. The History of the Perthshire & Kinross -Shire Constabularies by Willie MacFarlane. A4 Size Publication. Published in 2011. 71 Pages. Also, includes a newspaper cutting at the time the book was published. £8
  194. Old Stornoway Revisited. A reprint of a series of historical articles which appeared in the Stornoway Gazette from January 1965 to September 1973 by W.H. Macdonald. In this publication Murdoch Macleod adds notes and comments to the articles. Thirty Seven Stories in total. A4 Size Publication. Published in 2001. 93 Pages. £10
  195. Urnuigh an Tighearna. Mineachadh Simplidh leis An Urramach Alasdair MacDhiarmid ‘Sa’ Mhorairne. The Lord’s Prayer: A Plain Exposition by The Reverend Alexander MacDiarmid, Morvern. B. Published in 1921. 108 Pages. Some stains on the front board. £15
  196. Two Booklets: The History and Traditions of the Royal Scots Dragoon Guards (Carabiniers & Greys) & The History and Traditions of The Royal Scots Greys. Booklet I has 28 Pages, Booklet II has 17 Pages. £10
  197. Fortrose Cathedral. (St Peter’s and St.Boniface) Groam House Leaflet No 2. Text by Louise B. Turner, 1984. Illustrations by Andrew R Scott, 1873. 6 Pages, which includes a general plan of the Cathedral. £6
  198. Pictish Stones in Dunrobin Castle Museum by Joanna Close Brooks. Photographs by the Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland. Booklet, printed in 1989. 14 Pages. £6
  199. Reprinted one inch Victorian Ordnance Survey Maps of Scotland; Outer Hebrides -North Lewis, Outer Hebrides – Lewis, Outer Hebrides -Harris, Outer Hebrides -North Uist. Taken from the first editions which were printed in 1896. All published by Caledonian Books. £20 for the 4.
  200. Songs of the Isles by Hugh Robertson. A collection of Island and Highland Tunes from Various Sources Set to English (Or to Anglo -Scottish) words and Arranged by Hugh Robertson. Vocal Edition. Booklet, printed in 1950. 47 Pages. £10
  201. Highland Perthshire. Written and Photographed by Duncan Fraser. H.B. With D/J Published in 1969. Seven chapters. 139 pages. £10
  202. The Highlands and Isles of Scotland by W.C. Mackenzie. H.B. Published in 1937. 1st Fourteen Chapters. Four Appendixes. 326 Pages. £25
  203. The Clans Septs and Regiments of the Scottish Highlands by Frank Adam. Fifteen Chapters. Contents: The Rise of the Highland Clan System, The Highland Clan System, Clans, The Septs of the Highland Clans, Highland Surnames, The Highland Garb, Tartan, Highland Music, The Celtic Languages in the British Isles, From the Rise of the Highland Clan System Till its Destruction after the Battle of Culloden, The Highland Regiments Past and Present, Scottish Lowland Regiments, The Highlands Subsequent to the Destruction of the Clan System, Notes to Plates of tartan, Armorial Bearings. Includes a list of coloured plates of Tartans. H.B. Published in 1923. Second Edition. 523 Pages. £25
  204. The Geology and Scenery of the Grampians and The Valley of Strathmore Vols I & II by Peter MacNair. Illustrated with numerous Photographs, Diagrams and Maps. H.B Published in 1908. This edition was limited to four hundred and eighty copies for sale. Vol I Has Seven Chapters, Vol II has Eight Chapters, Bibliography and Index. £50 for both Volumes.
  205. Wild Drumalbain or, The road to Meggernie and Glen Coe by Alasdair Alpin MacGregor. With a series of 40 Beautiful Photographs. H.B. published in 1927. Twenty Six Chapters, Glossary, Index. 341 Pages. £10
  206. Renaissance of the Clan Maclean. Comprising also a History of Dubhaird Caisteal and the Great Gathering on August 24, 1912. Together with an appendix Containing Letters of Gen’l Allan Maclean Narrative of an American Party A Maclean Bibliography by J.P. Maclean. B. Published in 2013. Contents: Renaissance of the Clan, Dubhaird Caisteal, Gathering of the Clan, General Allan Maclean, Registered Coats of Arms, Personal Narrative, Maclean Bibliography, List of Subscribers. 208 Pages. Slight tear at the top of the spine. £30
  207. The Scottish Highlanders and land Laws. An Historically Economical Enquiry by John Stuart Blackie. H.B. Published in 1885. 1st Contents include: Preface, Testimonia Sapientum, The Scottish Highlanders, The Clan System, Highland Culture, Weakness of the Clan System, Highland Vices, Early Emigrations, The Strathnaver Clearance, The Knoydart Clearance, Government Interference,Kelp, The Potato Disease, The Bernera Rioters, Law, Landlord and Tenant, etc, etc. 264 Pages. The book is a presentation copy and looks as it’s the author’s signature and dated January 1885. £45
  208. The Place Names of Argyll by H. Cameron Gillies. With a short preface from His Grace The Duke of Argyll. H.B. Published in 1906. Contents: Preface, Introduction, The County Names, General Terms, The District Names, The Church Names, The Gaelic Elements in Names, The Norse Elements, Some Notes, Index. 273 Pages. £35
  209. Strathalder A Highland Estate by Roderick Grant. Strathalder is a portrait of a Scottish estate in its hey-day in the ‘twenties’ and as it is today. H.B. With D/J Published in 1978. Fifteen Chapters 151 Pages. £15
  210. To See Oursels. Rural Scotland in Old Photographs. By Dorothy I Kidd. With a preface by T.C. Smout. Photographs Selected by Alison Cromarty and Dorothy I Kidd. A rich and striking portrait of a rural Scotland that has all but disappeared; a unique insight into the work of farming and fisherfolk, transport and trade, craftwork and housework, games and entertainment. P.B. Originally published in 1992, this reprint is from 1996. Twelve Chapters. 160 Pages. £8
  211. Rudiments of Music by Stewart Macpherson. Booklet, printed in 1939. (New Edition) Thirteen chapters and 3 Appendices. 86 pages. £10
  212. Birds in Islay by C. Gordon Smith. Booklet, Originally Printed in 1975, this reprint is from 1981. 63 Pages. £8
  213. Memories of Kyleakin by Mary Macpherson. A booklet filled with the memories of the village in her youth. Booklet, printed in 1950, 36 Pages. £12
  214. Scotland for the Holidays. Tourism in Scotland c1780—1939 by Alastair J. Durie. P.B. Published in 2003. The book looks at various aspects of tourism during that period from Transport and Tourism, the Seaside, Health, Sporting, How it was promoted, and includes a chapter on the First World War and Tourism. Eight Chapters, Illustrations. 206 Pages. £8
  215. Salt Herring on Saturday. The Fishertown of Nairn Last Century by Margaret M. Bochel. P.B. Published in 2004. Sixteen Chapters, 2 Appendixes and Glossary. 95 Pages. £5
  216. Polly -The true story behind Whisky Galore by Roger Hutchinson. Foreword by Derek Cooper. The story of an 8,000 ton cargo ship loaded with whisky which ran aground in the beautiful and treacherous seas of the Outer Hebrides on a wartime winter’s morning in 1941. But what really happened? P.B. originally published in 1990, this reprint is from 2004. Eight Chapters, Postscript, Bibliography, Index. With photographs. 155 Pages. £6
  217. The Living past by Professor Donald Macleod. The author’s recollections of growing up in the Island of Lewis from the Forties to the Sixties. Twenty Eight Chapters. P.B. Published in 2006. 268 Pages. £6
  218. Tales and Travels of a School Inspector -John Wilson. Wilson was an Inspector of School’s during the latter half of the nineteenth century and the beginning of the twentieth including schools in Jura, Heisker,Islay, Orkney, Coll, Argyll, Lewis and many other areas. P.B. Published in 1998. Reprint. Twenty One Chapters. 244 Pages. £6
  219. Yesterday’s Child Christina J. Morrison. The author’s pre war and wartime memories of working for Military Intelligence at Whitehall, decoding top secret meetings for Churchill’s Government. Christina’s memory of the details of some of this work is extraordinary. P.B. Published in 2016. Nineteen Chapters. 160 Pages. £6
  220. Wick Lifeboat. 150 Years of Tireless Service. Text by Ian Cassells. Booklet, printed circa 1998. 69 Pages and has many photographs. £6
  221. Summer Tours in Scotland by David MacBraynes. Royal Mail Steamers Columba & Iona. H.B. Date of printing pre 1905. Contents: Glasgow to Oban and Inverness, Excursions from Oban, Index to Calling Places, Golf Courses, Hotels, etc. Tours, Time Tables, Fares are at the end of the book. Includes plates. 163 Pages. £25
  222. Off in a Boat. A Hebridean Voyage by Neil Gunn. This book is a record of a journey of exploration in 1937, through the Inner Hebrides, in a small boat which was bought especially for the voyage. P.B. Published in 2005. Reprint. Twenty Two Chapters. 347 Pages. £6
  223. A History of St John’s Kirk Perth by W. Douglas Simpson. H.B. Published in 1958. 42 Pages. £15
  224. The Thin Blue Line. The story of the City of Glasgow police by Douglas Grant. B. With D/J Published in 1973. Nine Chapters, Foreword by Sir James Robertson, Author’s Notes, Appendix, Index. 192 Pages. £8
  225. The Heart is Highland. Memories of a Childhood in a Scottish Glen by Maisie Steven. This book is a fascinating month by month account of a child’s life in the Scottish Highlands in the thirties and forties in Glen Urquhart in the Scottish Highlands. P.B. Published in 2001. Twelve Chapters. 160 pages. £8
  226. Victorian Strathpeffer. Contents: Life Style, Village History, The Mineral Wells, Visitors for the Season, Spa Hotel, Property Boom, The Strathpeffer Railway, Victorian Strath, Modern Strath. A4 Size Publication, printed 1987. 42 Pages. £8
  227. The Law and the Grace. Poems by Iain Crichton Smith. H.B. With D/J Published in 1965. 1st 45 Poems in Total. 60 Pages. £8
  228. Love Poems & Elegies by Iain Crichton Smith. H.B. With D/J Published in 1972. Reprint. First Published in 1971. Part One are Twenty Two Elegies, Part Two is Twenty Three Poems for S. 63 Pages. £6
  229. The Student Community at Aberdeen 1860-1939 by R.D. Anderson. Quincentennial Studies in the history of The University of Aberdeen. Contents: Foreword, Illustrations, Preface, Tradition and Change from 1860 to the 1880’s, the Corporate Ideal, Consolidation and development down to 1914, War, peace and politics, 1914-1939, Conclusion, Figures and tables, Rectorial Elections, Bibliographical Note. P.B. Published in 1988. 159 Pages. £6
  230. Highland Handshake by Kenneth A. Macrae. (Coinneach Mor) Author of “ Highland Doorstep”. H.B. Second Impression from April 1955. Fifteen Chapters. 152 Pages. £8
  231. Free St Columba’s. A History of Congregation and Church by Maurice Grant. Contents: Foreword, The Beginnings, Disruption and its Sequel, In the Wilderness, The Struggle for Survival, The Inheritance Repossesed, The Testimony Continues, Appendix, Chronological Table. Booklet, printed in 1991. 71 Pages. £6
  232. Feuds, Forays and Rebellions. History of the Highland Clans 1475-1625 by John L. Roberts. P.B. Published in 1999. Thirteen Chapters. 240 Pages. £6
  233. Orkney by Patrick Bailey. H.B. With D/J Originally Published in 1971, this Second Revised Edition is from 1985. Eleven Chapters and numerous photographs. 246 Pages. £8
  234. Tir an Aigh. Sgialachdan, Dealbhan Cluiche, Bardachd le Domhnall Grannd. Deasaichte le Iain A. MacDhomhnaill. P.B. Air fhoillseachadh ann an 1971. 12 Sgeulachd, 6 Dealbhan cluiche, 7 Piosan bardachd. 243 Duilleag. £6
  235. Football Boots for Christmas. Scenes from a West Lothian Childhood by Alan Findlay. P.B. Date of printing unknown. Thirty Seven Chapters. 230 Pages. £6
  236. Gleanings of Highland Harvest by Murdoch Campbell. B. Originally Published in 1953. Fourth Edition. November 1969.  Twelve religious stories. 105 Pages. £6
  237. Steamers of the Clyde by George Stromier and John Nicholson. Text by George Stromier. Photographs by John Nicholson. Twenty Three Chapters profiling different vessels, a list of Vessels operating on the Clyde from 1900 to date, Map of Clyde and Ferrying points past and present. Booklet, printed in 1967. 1st 56 Pages. £8
  238. Booklet Diamond Jubilee of The Caledonian Steam Packet Company Ltd and of The Opening of the Caledonian Route via Gourock Pier. Clyde River Steamer Club 1889-1923 1923-24 1925-1949. Booklet, printed in 1949. 45 Pages. £8
  239. Airth Parish -A History. Compiled by Ian Philips & Alex Martin. Booklet, date of printing unknown. 48 Pages. £6
  240. The Western Isles: Their History, Traditions and Place Names by W.C. Mackenzie. H.B. Published in 1932. 1st Contents: Historical Sketch of the Western Isles; The Norse Period, The Celtic Period, The Modern Period, Traditions of the Western Isles; The Macaulay’s, The Macleods, Stories Relating to the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries, A group of Stories Humorous and otherwise, Ossianic Tales, Place Names of the Western Isles, Indexes. Also included is the author’s death notice which appeared in the Scotsman in 1952 and a couple of other newspaper cuttings; the Island of Lewis and its Pagan puzzle and Duncan Ban Macintyre. 351 Pages.Includes 11 Illustrations. £45
  241. Orain Dhomhnaill Ailein Dhomhnaill na Bainich. The Songs of Donald Allan Macdonald 1906-92. Edited by John Angus Macdonald. H.B. With D/J Published in 1999. Contents includes a biographical sketch of the bard, genealogy of the bard’s family, local tradition, composition of songs, how his songs were collected, background to songs, tunes and assessment of the songs, references, etc. 317 Pages. £10
  242. An English -Gaelic Dictionary of Expressions, Idioms and Phrases by Douglas Clyne. H.B. Published in 1985. 419 Pages. £8
  243. Gaelic and English Poems by John M. Macpherson. Eleven Poems in total. H.B. Date of Printing unknown. 32 Pages. £20 (scarce)
  244. The Sporting Urban Voltaire by Jack Maclean. A compilation of articles that first appeared in the author’s column in the Herald covering a range of sports from Athletics, Badmington, Basketball, Bowls, Boxing, Wrestling, Chess, Cricket, Curling, Football, Golf and many other sports. P.B. Published in 1994. 205 Pages. £5
  245. An Tuil. Anthology of 20th century Scottish Gaelic Verse. Edited by Ronald Black. P.B. Published in 1999. 100 Gaidhlig bards are profiled in this publication, with their poems appearing in Gaidhlig and English. Includes notes, background, general bibliography, the Bardic Crown and Index to Poems. 825 Pages. £8
  246. The Historic Sheilings of Pairc by John Randall. P.B Published in 2017. Contents: What are Sheilings, Where are the Sheilings, Oral History and Folklore of the Sheilings, Conclusions, List of the Sheilings of Pairc, Bibliography, List of Illustrations, Index. 80 Pages which includes many photographs. Signed by the Author. £10
  247. Deireadh an Fhoghair le Tarmod Caimbeul. Nobhail achaidh fhoillseachadh ann an 1979. H.B le D/J. 116 Duilleag. £6
  248. Dealbh mo Sheanair. Dealbh chluich beag ann an da Shealladh le Seoras Gallda. Leabharann air fhoillseachadh ann an 1936. 11 Duilleag. £5
  249. The Story of Dunscore by Jack Masterton. The Parish in Dumfriessshire which has contacts with Burns, Carlyle and the Covenanters. This is a story of a country parish from early times. Few parishes in Scotland can claim to have sheltered two more famous Scots than Burns and Carlyle. Booklet, printed in 1969. 40 pages. £8
  250. Tunes of Glory by W.L. Manson. Stories, History, traditions, music and humour of the Highland Bagpipes. Booklet, originally printed in 1901, this edition was published in November 1992. 72 Pages. £8
  251. Clyde Steamers and loch Lomond Fleets in and after 1936. By Peter Milne  Booklet, date of printing unknown. 64 Pages. Signed by the Author. £8
  252. A Glen Anthology. Edited by Greta Michie for the Glenesk Trust. With a foreword by Margaret C. Gilchrist and a Foreword to the Second Edition by Blanche Mearns. Booklet, printed in 1970. P.B. With D/J 69 Pages. £6
  253. Eilean Fraoich. Lewis Gaelic Songs and Melodies. Edited by Duncan M. Morrison, Jessie A. Mackenzie, Jane Macleod, Mary M. Macleod, H.B. With D/J Published in 1982. The songs are all by Lewis Bards. 238 Pages. The H.B. edition is scarcer than the P.B. version. £12
  254. Kilmuir Church North Uist 1894- 1994. Booklet, printed in 1994. A comprehensive history of the congregation which also has a lot of statistical information.  75 Pages. £6
  255. Laugh Out Loud At Talking Glasgow by Albert Mackie. Illustrated by John Mackay. Booklet, printed in 1978. 96 pages. £5
  256. Classic Walks in Scotland by Cameron McNeish & Roger Smith. H.B. With D/J Published in 1988. Contents: Borders Region, Lothian Region, Central Region, Fife Region, Strathclyde Region, Highland Region, Highland/ Grampian Regions, Grampian Region, Tayside Region. 141 Pages. £8
  257. Glasgow by David Daiches. H.B. With D/J Published in 1977. Eighteen Chapters, plates, illustrations, maps, acknowledgements, selected bibliography. 243 Pages. Ex Library. £6
  258. Plant Life in the Scottish Highlands. Ecology and Adaptation to their Insect Visitors by Alexander Edward Holden. With Photographs by Robert M. Adam. H.B. Published in 1952. 1st Twenty Three Chapters and Illustrations. 319 Pages. £12
  259. The Burning Bush in Carloway. Its history and revivals by Rev. Murdo Macaulay. Booklet, printed in 1984. Contents: Early Times, The Nineteenth Century, The Twentieth Century, Appendices, About the Author. 59 Pages and includes photographs. £6
  260. Lord of the Isles by Nigel Nicolson. The story of Lord Leverhulme’s ownership of the Islands of Lewis and Harris and his plans for huge developments. P.B. Originally Published in 1960, this P.B. Edition is from 2000. Ten Chapters, Notes, Bibliography, Index. Includes Illustrations. 264 Pages. £6
  261. The Hub of My Universe by James Shaw Grant. Humour, Mystery, Tragedy and Adventure from real life in the Outer Hebrides. P.B. Published in 1982, 49 stories from the Western Isles. The first of the author’s 4 books which appeared in the 1980’s and contained stories about his native island. 148 Pages. £8
  262. Lewis Its History and Legend. The East Coast by Bill Lawson. P.B. Originally Published in 2011, this reprint is from 2015. The book looks at 5 areas on the East Coast of the Island; Back, Suburbs of Stornoway, Point, Stornoway. Epilogue, References, Maps. 252 Pages. £8
  263. The Freemen of Inverness. A History of the burgesses and Freemen of the Royal and Ancient Burgh of Inverness from 1800-1975. Compiled and Written by Ex Provost W.J. Mackay. H.B. Published in 1975. Fifty One Freemen are featured in this publication, also gives background history to the Freedom and has a roll of known Freemen. 211 Pages. £15
  264. Deilbh is Faileasan. Dain le Domhnall Macamhlaidh. Images and Reflections by Donald Macaulay. H.B. With D/J Published in 2008. 102 Gaidhlig Poems with English Translations. 263 Pages. £8
  265. Gaelic Proverbs. Edited by Alexander Nicolson. A Collection of Gaelic Proverbs and Familiar Phrases. Originally Published in 1881. This edition was published in 1996. P.B. 473 Pages. £8
  266. Trout Fishing In Lewis by Norman Macleod. P.B. Originally Published in 1977, this revised and reprinted edition is from 1985. Booklet which is a comprehensive guide to brown trout fishing in Lewis. Included is an alphabetical list of Lochs included in the book. 65 Pages. £8
  267. The Men of Lewis by the Rev Norman C. Macfarlane. Booklet, printed in the early 1960’s. Profiles Ten Christian men; Kenneth Ross, Crobeag, Donald Morrison, Fivepenny, John Macleod, Galson, Aonghas Nam Beann, Uig, Murdo macdonald, Guershader, John Campbell, Harris, Angus Matheson, Uig, Finlay Munro, Tain, Angus Maciver, Uig, Alexander Morrison, Stornoway. 44 Pages. £15
  268. Expeditions to the Hebrides by George Clayton Atkinson in 1831 and 1833. Edited by David A. Quine. H.B. With D/J Published in 2001. Thirteen Chapters, 190 Pages. Signed by the Editor. £15
  269. The Wildflower of Scotland by John Guille Millais. With a frontspiece after a drawing, by Sir J.E. Millais, Bart, F.R.A, 20 Full page plates, and 40 Illustrations from the author’s drawings and photographs. H.B. With D/J Published in 1974. This is a facsimilie edition of the original publication from 1901. Eight Chapters and Appendix. Includes many illustrations. 167 Pages. £12
  270. Clarsach a Ghlinne. The harp of the Glen. Twenty Five Gaelic Songs. Arranged with simple accompaniments by Jennie Given. H.B. This is a reprint from 1936. 36 Pages. £15
  271. The Scots of New Zealand by G.L. Pearce. H.B. With D/J Published in 1976. Ten Chapters, Time Chart, 3 Appendixes, which includes a list of passengers on early emigrant ships. 240 pages and signed by the author. £12
  272. Jim Telfer. Looking Back …For Once. Jim Telfer with David Ferguson. Foreword by HRH The Princess Royal. H.B. With D/J Published in 2005. Twenty Two Chapters and 2 Appendixes. 304 Pages. Which includes Photographs. £5
  273. Characteristics of Old Church Architecture &c. in the mainland & Western Islands of Scotland. Contents: Mainland Norman Period, First Pointed Period, Second Pointed Period, Western Islands -Bute, Isla, Colonsay, Iona, Jura, Eilean Mor, Scarba, Lunga, Luing, Seil, Lismore, Eilean Naomh, Mull, Ulva, Inchkenneth, Coll, Tiree, Eigg, Rum, Canna, Skye, Pabba, Scalpa, Raasay, Fladda Chuain, The Long Island -lewis -Eileanan Choluimchille, Eileanan Bhearnaraidh, Eileanan Flannain, Eilean Rona, Sula Sgeir, Harris -St Kilda, North Uist with Eilean Vallay, Benbecula, South Uist, Barra. Includes many illustrations. H.B. Published in 1861. 1st 240 Pages. £125
  274. A Different Country. The Photographs of Werner Kissling. Edited by Michael Russell. H.B. With D/J Published in 2002. The book is in three parts and most of the photographs are from South Uist and Eriskay taken in the 1930’s and 1940’s. 144 Pages. £8
  275. The Edinburgh Academy Register. A Record of All Those who have Entered the School Since its Foundation in 1824. H.B. Published in 1914. 638 Pages. Only two thousand copies were printed of which this is No 26. £20
  276. Eighty Years in the Highlands. The Life and Times of Osgood H. Mackenzie of Inverewe 1842-1922 by Pauline Butler. P.B. Published in 2010. Fifteen Chapters, Who’s Who and Bibliography. 398 Pages. £8
  277. Winchman -A Life on the Wire by Chris Murray. The story of the author’s life working as a Winchman on the Search and Rescue helicopter for 22 Years and includes details on his early life and work. P.B. Published in 2013. Ten Chapters and a good selection of photographs which many are the author’s own. 183 Pages. £6
  278. St Kilda A Journey to the End of The World by Campbell McCutcheon. P.B. Published in 2002. Contents: Introduction, Circular Tours to the Outer Islands by the Hebrides, Scarinish to St Kilda, Leaving St Kilda, Life on Board. 96 Pages. Includes many photographs. £8
  279. The Life and legacy of Alexander Carmichael. Edited by Domhnall Uilleam Stiubhart. Proceedings of a conference arranged by The islands Book Trust. P.B. Published in 2008. Thirteen Chapters by different writers. Includes many illustrations. 193 Pages. £8
  280. Two Volumes of the Western Isles A Postcard Tour. 1 Barra to North Uist, 2. Harris and Lewis. Both Volumes Edited by Bob Charnley. Both PB’S Volume 1 was printed in 1993 and Vol II in 1993. Both are signed by the author and dated 1993. £15
  281. St Kilda. The Continuing Story of the Islands. Edited by Meg Buchanan. P.B. Published in 1995. This book is a series of fascinating essays by distinguished historians and scientists,vividly describing the history, buildings, archaeology, bird, animal and marine life of St Kilda. Exploring the past and possible future. Six Chapters, Glossary, List of Illustrations, Sources of Illustrations, Numbering Systems and Index. 117 pages. £8
  282. Dealbh Chluich Ghaidhlig. An Reitheachail Rathail. Mock Trial by Sheriff and Jury. A Humorous Gaelic Sketch by John Mac Cormick. Booklet, printed in 1929. 34 Pages. £6
  283. Birds of St Kilda. Institute of Terrestrial Ecology. Natural Environment Research Council. By Michael P Harris and Stuart Murray. Booklet, printed in 1978. 42 Pages. £8
  284. Three Papers Relating to St Kilda, Argyll and the Faeroes that were copied from the Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh. Paper I is The Geology of St Kilda by A.M. Cockburn. (1935) From Vol LVIII, Part II, 1934-35 (No 21) 511-547. Paper II is An Introduction to the Ecology of Intertidal Rock Surfaces on the Coast of Argyll. Vol LVIII, Part II, 1934-35 (No 15), 351 -374. Paper III is A Contribution to the Geology of the Faeroes by Frederick Walker and Charles F. Davidson. Vol LVIII, Part III, 1935-36 (No 15), 351 -374. A4 Size Publication with Ring Binding. £12
  285. St Kilda A Photographic Album by Margaret Buchanan. A4 Size Publication printed in 1983, 80 Pages. £8
  286. Lonely Isles. Being an Account of Several Voyages to the Hebrides and Shetland. Written and Illustrated by Roland Svensson, H.B. Published in 1955. Contents: St Kilda, Foula, Fair Isle, Out Skerries, Bibliography.  141 Pages. £25 Ex Library.
  287. St Kilda -A Portrait of Britain’s remotest island landscape by Colin Baxter and Jim Crumley. H.B. With D/J Published in 1988. 96 Pages. Signed by Both Authors. £8
  288. Department of Agriculture for Scotland. Report of the Commission of Enquiry Into Crofting Conditions. Presented to the Secretary of State for Scotland to Parliament by Command of Her Majesty April 1954. An Original copy of the Act which has covers on £10
  289. Loch Sunartside Memories. From Kilchoan to Salen with Some Reminiscences by Alastair Cameron “North Argyll” Booklet, printed in January 1954. 38 Pages. £15
  290. St Kilda Heritage “an autobiography of Callum MacCuithinn. Edited by Kelman and Ewen G. Macqueen. Booklet, printed in 1995, which was a limited edition of 150 copies. 44 Pages and Illustrations. £10 (Scarce)
  291. An Island and its people: Eigg a photographic record. Booklet, printed in 2005. Four Chapters. 50 pages. £8
  292. Caledonian MacBrayne Hebridean and Clyde Ferries M.V. “Columba” A collection of photographs compiled by Walter J.H. Bowie and James Aikman Smith. Booklet, printed in 1987. £6
  293. A St Kilda Handbook. A National Trust for Scotland Publication. Editor Alan Small. Contents include The Physical landscape, Weather, Natural History, Norse and Post Norse St Kilda, Historical, Military Aspects and Tailpiece. Booklet, printed in 1979. 95 Pages. £8
  294. Laoidhean Spioradail le Domhnull MacChoinnich. Fear Ceasnuichidh ‘bh’ ann an Sgire Assuint. An Cataobh. Air an deasachadh airson a’ Chlodh Bhualaidh so Leis An Urr I.R. Macaoidh, Inbhirnis. Leabharann air fhoillseachadh ann an 1909. Contents includes A brief Biographical Sketch, Aslachadh leis an Ughdair. Tri Deug laoidhean. 47 Duilleag. £25 (For ghann)
  295. 3 Booklets by Doreen Marchant; Hebridean Wind of Change, Booklet, printed in 1992, 28 Pages. The Magic of a Hebridean Island, Booklet, printed in 1987, this is a fifth reprint from 1992. Hebridean Portrait. Booklet, printed in 1990, 38 Pages. £15 for the 3.
  296. Our Barra Years. The Friends at Suidheachan. The story of Dr J.. Campbell of Canna and his years in Barra from 1933 to 1938. Two articles that originally appeared in the Scots Magazine in August and September 1975. Both articles are together in booklet format. 21 Pages. £10
  297. John O’ Groats by Bill Mowat. Edited by Alan Hamilton. Eleventh Edition. Magazine type publication which includes The Place, Map of the village, The History, The People, Map of the Orkneys, The Stacks and the Cliffs, Cornwall Contrast, About John O’ Groats/ Pentland Firth and other articles. Date of printing unknown. 42 Pages, which includes many photographs. £8
  298. The Call of the Pentlands. A Land of Glamour and Romance by Will Grant. With colour frontspiece and Twenty Illustrations from Photographs. H.B. With D/J published in 1927. Nineteen Chapters and Index. 256 Pages. £25
  299. Hebridean Islands. Colonsay Gigha Jura by John Mercer. H.B. With D/J Published in 1974. 1st Thirteen Chapters. 3 Appendixes, Bibliography and Index. 236 Pages. £12
  300. A Northern Commonwealth Scotland and Norway by Gordon Donaldson. P.B. Published in 1990. Fifteen Chapters, Bibliography, Genealogical Tables -Normandy, England, Scotland and Orkney, The maid of Norway. 170 Pages. £6
  301. Memoirs of a Modern Scotland. Edited by Karl Miller. A series of essays published in honour of Hector Maciver late of Shawbost, Isle of Lewis, who was Principal Teacher of English at the Royal High School in Edinburgh at the time of his death in 1966. Sixteen essays from notable writers like; Tom Nairn, Hugh MacDiarmid, Sorley Maclean,George Mackay Brown, Muriel Spark, William McIllvanney, etc. H.B. With D/J Published in 1970. 206 Pages. £10
  302. Lays and Legends of the North and other poems and songs humorous and grave original and translated by David Grant. 15 Lays and Legends, 56 Songs, 38 Translations and Pharaphrases. H.B. Published in 1884. 280 Pages. £15