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1. Local Migration of Crofters Is It Feasible or Desirable? With Appendix Containing Particulars of Deer Forests in Scotland. by George Malcolm Invergarry. H.B. Published in 1894. Contents: Introduction and Retrospect of History of Crofter Class, Appointment of Royal Commission 1902, Bearing of Questions Submitted to Royal Commission on Wood Forestry in the Highlands, Summary of the Foregoing and Conclusion, Remedies, Conclusion, Appendix. 95 Pages. £125
2. The Sutherland Evictions of 1814. Former and Recent Statements Respecting Them examined by Thomas Sellar. H.B. Fully Rebound Published in 1883. Contents: Introductory, The Incidents of 1814-16, and their Trial, Observations of Later Writers, Examination of Donald Macleod’s Letters, Eight Appendixes and Maps. 94 Pages plus 91 Pages f Appendixes. £175 (Scarce)
3. A Hebridean Parish by Rev Ewen Macrury. A sketch of the history of the Parish of Kilmuir, North Uist. Contents: The Land and the People, Church, Dedications and Kirklands, Superstition and Religion, The Church and Education, Separation and Union, Parish Life and Administration, plus 4 Appendixes: List of Barons, Bailies, Commissioners and factors of North Uist Estate, Oran Molaidh do Mghr Tormoid Macleoid, Seall Ri Criosd, S.P.C.K Schools. H.B. Published in 1950. 71 Pages. £85
4. The Men of the Lews by the Rev Norman C Macfarlane. Contents: Kenneth Ross, Donald Morrison, John Macleod, Galson, Angus of the Hills, Murdo Macdonald, John Campbell, Angus Matheson, Finlay Munro, Angus Maciver, Uig, Alexander Morrison, John and Alexander Macleod, Lochs, Malcolm Campbell and Donald Maclean, Angus Morrison, Dell, The Macivers of Rawnish, Kenneth Macpherson, Ness, The Two Roderick Macleods, Bayble, Hector Morrison, Swordale, The Gravir Trio: Smith, Morrison and Nicholson, Catechist Murdo Macleod, Lochs, Callum: The Seer of Shawbost, The Balallan Group, The Two Malcolm Morrisons, John Maclean of Melbost, The Ness Group, The Back Group, The Cromore Group,The Bernera Group, The Point Group, The Group of the South West, The Group of the North West, The Uig Group, The Lochs Group, The Stornoway Group, Malcolm Nicholson, Barvas. H.B. Published in the 1920’s. 1st Edition. 271 Pages. £85
5. The Catholic Highlands of Scotland. The Western Highlands and Islands. By Dm. Odo. Blundell. H.B. Published in 1917. Contents: Barra, South Uist, Knoydart, Morar, Arisaig, Moydart, Glengarry, The Lesser Isles and Other Districts: The Lesser Isles, Glenmoriston, Glencoe, Stratherrrick, Notes, Index. Includes Illustrations. 212 Pages. £65
6. Hebridean Lore and Romance by Norman Morrison. With Foreword by D.J. Macleod. P.B. Published in 1936. A book which contains articles upon the folklore of Lewis and other Hebridean islands. 27 Chapters. Contents: The Shawbost Freebooter, Shawbost Fairy Drama, The Demon of the Loch, The Romance of the Beat, Story of the Flannan Islands, The Romance of Druidism, Romance of the Damsel of the Deep, First Lord of the Isles, The Maid of Lochgorm, The Story of the Common Eel, Adventures of a Naturalist, The Stormy Atlantic, Islay from the Summit of Beinn Tartavail, Sunset in the Rhinns of Islay, The Platinum Necklet, The Gypsy Princess, Mythology and Folklore of Lewis, Story of St Kieran’s Cave, The Religion of the Celt, Lewis Communion Question Day, “Bonnach Carrach”, Is Nature Cruel, Donald Murray, The British Adder, Harris Tweed, Lewis Herring Season, Barley Bannocks. 238 Pages. £65
7. The West Highlands and the Hebrides. A Geologist’s Guide for Amateurs by Alfred Harker. H.B. With D/J Published in 1941. Contents: Notes on the Manuscript left by Alfred Harker, Alfred Harker (1859-1939), The Rocks of the West Highlands, From the Clyde to Loch Fyne, From the Clyde to the Mull of Kintyre, Bute and Arran, From the Mull of Kintyre to Oban, Jura, Islay, Colonsay, The Oban District, Loch Linnhe and Loch Leven, Through to the Sound of Mull, The Circuit of Mull, From Ardnamurchan Point to the Kyle of Lochalsh, Coll, Tiree and the Small Isles, Round the Isle of Skye, Kyle of Lochalsh to Cape Wrath and Durness, The Outer Hebrides and the Shiant Isles, Glossary of Geological Terms, Minerals and Rocks, Select List of Geological Maps of the West Highlands and Hebrides, Illustrations and Maps. 128 Pages. £45
8. Ronay A Description of the Islands of North Rona and Sulasgeir, Together with their Geography, Topography, History and Natural History, Etc, To which is appended a short account of the Seven Hunters or Flannan Islands by Malcolm Stewart. H.B. With D/J Published in 1933. Contents: North Rona, Sula Sgeir, Flannan Islands, Appendices, Bibliography. 73 Pages, Includes Maps of North Rona and Sulasgeir. Copy once belonged to Robert Atkinson and dated 1935. £45
9. The Uist Collection of Poems and Songs of John MacCodrum, Alexander Macdonald and some of the Minor Uist Bards. Edited with an Introduction and Notes by Rev Archibald Macdonald, Kiltarlity. H.B. Published in 1894. Contents: John MacCodrum, Archibald Macdonald, Alexander Macdonald (Dall Mor), Donald Maclean, Neil MacVicar, Donald MacLellan, Rachael Macdonald, Angus Campbell, Malcolm Macleod, John Macdonald, Alexander Stewart. 220 Pages. £45
10. Bardachd Mghr Ailein. The Gaelic Poems of Fr Allan Macdonald Eriskay. Prepared for Publication, with some translation by John Lorne Campbell. H.B. With D/J Published in 1965. 1st Edition. 26 Poems in Gaelic and 6 Translated into English. 136 Pages. £25
11. Greeka Eagle of the Hebrides by Joseph E. Chipperfield. Illustrated by G. Clifford Ambler. H.B. With D/J Published in 1953. 1st Edition. 24 Chapters and Illustrations. 216 Pages. £35
12. Hebridean Sharker by Tex Geddes. H.B. With D/J Published in 1960. 1st Edition. Eleven Chapters and Illustrations. 183 Pages. £20. Includes Geddes’s Obituary which appeared in the Daily Telegraph.
13. Outer Hebrides (Lewis, Harris, North and South Uist, Benbecula and Barra) by W.C. Mackenzie. With a chapter on the Geology, Physical Features and Natural History of the Group by the Rev William Morrison, Carr Bridge. H.B. Published in 1903. 1st Edition. The most comprehensive and detailed history ever written about the Outer Hebrides. Introduction and 18 Chapters. Details on the early inhabitants, early references to the Hebrides, Norse times, the cans of the Outer Hebrides and their origins, The Clan Chiefs, James V and the Hebrides, Ruairi Macleod of Lewis and his family affairs, The Acts of 1597, Arrangements for a second invasion of the Island, Charters to Balmerino, Spens and Hay, Disputes between the Chiefs of Harris and Uist, Lord Kintail creates Earl of Seaforth, The Commonwealth and the Highlands, the rising of 1715, the rising of 1745, Prince Charles Edward Stuart lands at Eriskay, the effects of Culoden. Descriptions of the Outer Hebrides, , Agricultural, Ecclesiology of the Outer Isles, Religion, Notes on the Outer Hebrides, Geology, Physical Features, etc, etc. Includes 9 Appendices and Illustrations. A must have book for anyone wanting to know about the history of the Outer Hebrides. 623 Pages. £125
14. New and Copious Vocabulary in Two Parts. The First Part Consisting of English and Gaelic; The Second, of Gaelic and English; with a few Directions for reading the Gaelic. Both with Different Parts of Speech and in Alphabetical Order by P. Macfarlane. H.B. Fully Rebound Printed in 1815. 152 Pages. £125
15. More West Highland Tales. Transcribed and Translated from the Original Gaelic by John G. Mackay. Volume Two. Editors: Gaelic: Professor Angus Matheson, Translation: John Macinnes, Folklore: Professor H.J. Rose, Notes: Professor K Jackson. H.B. With D/J Published in 1960. Contents: Preface by J.G. Mackay, Note by Professor Kenneth Jackson, List of Tales, Addendum to List of Tales. 383 Pages. £25
16. The Gaelic Names of Plants (Scottish, Irish and Manx) Collected and arranged in Scientific Order, with notes on their Etymology, Uses, Plant Superstitions, Etc, Among the Celts, With Copious Gaelic, English, and Scientific Indices) By John Cameron, Sunderland. New and Revised Edition. H.B. Published in 1900. 160 Pages. £85
17. 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. Published in 1958. 1st Edition. 8 Chapters and 2 Appendixes. 301 Pages. £25
18. Annals of The Disruption With Extracts From the Narratives of Ministers who left the Scottish Establishment in 1843. By The Rev Thomas Brown, Edinburgh. H.B. Published in 1884. 64 Chapters and 2 Appendixes. 841 Pages. £85
19. Father Allans Island -Eriskay by Amy Murray. With a foreword by Padraic Colum. H.B. With D/J Published in 1936. 14 Chapters. 240 Pages. £25
20. The Western Isles: Their History, Traditions and Place Names by W.C. Mackenzie. H.B. Published in 1932. 1st Edition. Contents: Historical Sketch of the Western Isles, Traditions of the Western Isles, Place Names of the Western Isles, Indexes. Includes Illustrations. 351 Pages. £45
21. The Highland Clearances by John Prebble. H.B. With D/J. Published in 1963, 1st Edition. 6 Chapters, Appendix, Acknowledgements, Bibliography, Index, Plates and Maps. 352 Pages. A quarter of the Dust Jacket has been torn off. £15
22. Culloden by John Prebble. H.B. With D/J Published in 1961 This is a Fourth Impression from 1966. 7 Chapters, Appendix, Acknowledgements, Index. Plates and Maps. 367 Pages. £15
23. The Gaelic Songster. An T-Oranaiche no Co Thional Thaghte do Orain Ur agus Shean A Chuid Mhor Dhiubh Nach Robh Riamh Roime seo ann an Clo le Gilleasbuig Mac Na Ceardaich. H.B. Air Fhoillseachadh ann an 1879. 290 Orain uile gu leir. 527 Duilleagan. £45
24. Lord of the Isles by Nigel Nicolson. H.B. With D/J Published in 1960. 1st Edition. 10 Chapters, Notes, Bibliography and Index. Includes Illustrations and Maps.The story of Lord Leverhulme and the Islands of Lewis and Harris. 264 Pages. The book has newspaper cuttings about Lord Leverhulme. £15
25. A Garland of Scottish Prose by Agnes Mure Mackenzie. Edited by James Kinsey. H.B. With D/J Published in 1956. Prose from the Fifteenth to the Nineteenth Century. 144 Pages. £10
26. Sar Obair Nam Bard Gaelach. The Beauties of Gaelic Poetry and Lives of the Highland Bards. Edited by John Mackenzie. With an Historical Introduction Containing an account of the Manners, Habits, Etc, Of the Ancient Caledonians by James Logan. H.B. Published in 1907. Among the Bards in the book; Mairi Nighean Alasdair Ruaidh, Iain Lom, Rob Donn, Alasdair MacMhaighstir Alasdair, An Clarsar Dall, Iain Dubh, Donnchadh Ban, Coinneach MacChoinnich, Eachunn Macleoid, Iain MacCodrum, etc. There is also a Glossary at the end of the book. 447 Pages. £65. The first few pages of the Introduction are taped together, but doesn’t interfere with the text. There are also tears at the top of the spine.
27. The Clyack Sheaf. (The last bound sheaf but not the end of the Harvest) Sketches of life and character in northeast Scotland by David Toumlin. H.B. With D/J Published in 1986. 13 Chapters. 141 Pages. £8
28. Island Years by F. Fraser Darling. With Illustrations From Photographs by the Author. H.B. Published October 1940.Reprint. Twelve Chapters, Maps and Illustrations. 306 Pages. £15
29. Strange Tales of the Western Isles by Halbert J. Boyd. H.B. Published in 1930. Ten Chapters. 296 Pages. £15
30. The Western Isles and Other Poems by George Milne. Booklet, printed in 1973. Twelve Poems in Total. 20 Pages. £8
31. Reflections of the Isle of Barra by Donald Buchanan. With a Foreword by The Right Rev David Matthew. H.B. With D/J Originally Published in 1942, this reprint is from 1943. Contents: Foreword, Introduction, Geographical and Physiographical Descriptions, History, The Religion of Barra, The Stage Barra Man, Industries and Crafts, Public Health and Medical Services, Education, Language and Literature, Recreations, Politics, Index. Includes Illustrations. 239 Pages. £25
32. A Bit of Crack and Culture and other stories by Bess Ross. With photographs by Gunnie Moberg. P.B. Published in 1990. 20 stories. 186 Pages. £6
33. ‘See you Jimmy’ The Humour, The People and the Patter o’ The Clyde Shipyards by Allan Morrison. P.B. Published in 2003. Eight Chapters. 96 Pages. £6
34. A Liquid Measure of Highland History by Martin Whittet. Reprinted from the Transactions of the Gaelic Society of Inverness Volume LIV. Booklet, Printed in 1987. 98 Pages. Signed by the Author. £8
35. History of An Comunn Gaidhealach. The First Hundred. Centenary of An Comunn Gaidhealach by Frank Thompson. P.B. Published in 1992. Contents: Introduction, Before the Darkness, New Dawn, Days of Glory, Marking Time, The Lion’s Tongue Speaks, But Still We Sing, The National Mod, Select Bibliography. Includes many photographs. 146 Pages. £8
36. Told in Further Hebrides by F. Robertson Cameron. True stories of Second Sight in the Islands given the Author first hand. H.B. With D/J Published in 1936, 1st Edition. 20 stories in total. 118 Pages. £20
37. Scots Mercenary Forces in Ireland (1565-1603) ByGerard A. Hayes McCoy. An Account of their service during that period, of the reaction of their activities on Scottish Affairs, and of the effect on their presence in Ireland, Together with an Examination of The Galloglaigh or Galloglas. With an Introduction by Professor Eoin MacNeill. H.B. With D/J Published in 1996, this is a facsimilie Reprint of the First Edition published in 1937. Eleven Chapters, Appendices, Bibliography, Maps and Genealogies. 391 Pages. £12
38. Simple Tartan Weaving by Agnes Macdonald. Booklet, printed in 1950. Contents: The Scottish Clan System and its Tartans, How Tartan Patterns are Built Up, Simple Drafts, Advanced Drafts, Complicated Drafts, 38 Pages which includes photographs of the Patterns. £8 (Scarce)
39. The End of A Regime? An Anthology Scottish South African Writing against Apartheid. Edited by Brian Filling and Susan Stuart. Foreword by Emeka Anyaoku. P.B. Published in 1991. Contents: Scotland, South Africa, History, Story, Poetry, Apartheid South Africa, The Struggle, The International Dimension. Includes Notes on all the Contributors and Illustrations. 300 Pages. £8
40. The Church and Its Relation to The Jew by Rev D. Macdougall. Booklet, date of printing unknown. 32 Pages. £10
41. Balmoral Castle. A Brochure with text and photos about the Castle. Printed in 1990. 28 Pages. £8
42. Paths Around Galashiels. Booklet, printed in 2006. 27 Pages. £6
43. Iona -A Guide to the Monuments. By John G Dunbar and Ian Fisher. Revised by Ian Fisher. Booklet, full of text and photographs. Originally printed in 1983, This Second Edition is from 1995. £6
44. Your History of Royal Research Ship Discovery. Brochure, printed in in 1990. Text and Photographs. 20 Pages. £6
45. Drum Castle. The story of Drum Castle which is ten miles west of Aberdeen. A National Trust for Scotland Guidebook. Booklet, Originally Printed in 1977, this reprint is from 1981. Text and Photographs. £6
46. Crathie Church Royal Deeside. By Rev J.A.K Angus. Booklet,printed in 1990. Gives a history of the church in text and photographs. 16 Pages. £6
47. Scotland An Anthology by Maurice Lindsay. A Selection of Poetry and Prose about Scotland which covers the subjects; Places, History, People, A Sheaf of Ballants, Creatures, Pursuits and Pastimes, Mysticism, Religion, Countryside Concerns, Lovers, Humour, The Scots Character, L’Envoi. P.B. Printed in 1989, originally printed in 1974. 479 Pages. £8
48. Scottish Clan & Family Names by Roddy Martine. Their Arms, Origins and Tartans. P.B. Published in 1987. Contents: Foreword, Introduction, Scottish Family Names, Matriculated Standards of the Clan Chiefs, Bibliography. 224 Pages. £10
49. William Speirs Bruce. Polar Explorer and Scottish Nationalist. By Peter Speak. P.B. Published in 2003. 11 Chapters, 3 Appendixes, General Index, Index of Ships. 144 Pages. £8
50. Shetland, Orkney and the Western Isles. Some personal reflections on comparative island life by Colin Scott Mackenzie. Based on a talk given at An Lanntair in Stornoway on 17th November 2009. Booklet, printed in 2010. Signed by the author.36 Pages. £6
51. The Killing of the Red Fox. An Investigation into the Appin Murder by Seamus Cairney. H.B. With D/J Published in 1989. 11 Chapters, Illustrations and Bibliography. 194 Pages. £10
52. Queen’s Own Highlanders. A Concise History by Trevor Royle. H.B. With D/J Published in 2007. Ten Chapters, Appendix, Bibliography, Index, and Photographs. 240 Pages. £10
53. Psalms Only Objections Answered. By Rev M.C. Ramsay. Booklet, Printed in 1971. 25 Chapters and Appendix. 56 Pages. £6
54. Purity of Worship by Rev M.C. Ramsay. Booklet, printed in 1968. 7 Chapters, 5 Appendixes. 47 Pages. £6
55. The Moral Law. Its Place in Scripture and its relevance today by John L. Mackay. Booklet, Printed in 2004. Ten Chapters. 64 Pages. £6
56. The People Must Go by John Nicolson. Booklet, Printed in 2008.This book is about the Island of Raasay and the Landlords that have owned it, the clearances and gives a different view showing that the Clearance of Raasay was carried out by one landlord. Contents include; The Macleod Landlords, The New Landlords, William Baird & Company, The Board of Agriculture, Clearance and People, Miscellaneous Supplement, Books Consulted. 95 Pages, signed and dated by the author. £8
57. Man’s Relations to God by John Kennedy. Traced in the Light of the Present Truth. P.B. Printed in 1995. 87 Pages. £6
58. Braiste Lathurna by The Late Dugald Gordon MacDougall. Bard of the Clan MacDougall. A Memorial Volume of Gaelic Poems and Songs by the late Dugald Gordon Macdougall Bard of the Clan Macdougall. Compiled and Edited with Biographical Sketch by Somerled Macmillan. H.B. Published in 1959. 89 Poems in Total. 174 Pages, A Presentation Copy signed by the Editor in August 1969. £30
59. The People of the Great Faith. The Highland Church 1690-1900 by Douglas Ansdell. P.B. Published in 1998. 12 Chapters, Notes, Bibliography, Index. 252 Pages. £8
60. “ Back to the Wind, front to the Sun” The Traditional Croft House by Caroline Hirst. Based on the collections of the late Angus Macleod of Calbost. P.B. Published in 2005. Contents: The Architecture and Construction, The Interior Layout and its Furnishings, The Role of the Home in the Everyday Running of the Croft, The Family and Community Life, Epilogue, Bibliography. 195 Pages. £8
61. The Future of the Highlands. Edited by Derick Thomson & Ian Grimble. The Position of Gaelic and Gaelic Culture in Scottish Education. Booklet, Date of Printing Unknown. 91 Pages. Included in the booklet is a typed thank you letter from John A Smith Vice Principal Jordanhill College to Professor William Matheson, Edinburgh University dated 10/17/68. £10
62. The Lowlands of Scotland. Edinburgh and The South by Maurice Lindsay. H.B. With D/J Originally Published in 1956, this revised edition is from 1977. 12 Chapters, Bibliography and Index. 199 Pages and Illustrations £6
63. Highland River by Neil Gunn. H.B. First Published in April 1937, this reprint is from June 1948. 256 Pages. £8
64. The Isle of Mull and Iona. Fully Illustrated Guide Book. Booklet, date of printing unknown. Contains, a tur of the North, A Circuit of Ben More, The South, Iona, Gaelic Names and Clans, Clan Maclean, Duart Castle, Events on Mull, Some Places of Historical Interest, Adverts, General Information and Photographs. 64 Pages. £8
65. Uig 2000. Portrait of an Island Community. An interesting photographic record of all those who resided in the Community of Uig, Lewis in the Year 2000. P.B. Published in 2001. 112 Pages. £8
66. Memories of a Galloway Childhood by Christopher Russell. An Illustrated Anthology of new Scottish Verse. H.B. With D/J Published in 1989. 50 Pages. £6
67. John Maclean by Nan Milton. A Biography of one of Britain’s greatest revolutionary leaders of his time, by his daughter. It traces his life from 1903, to when he joined the Social Democratic Federation in 1923, and to his death at the early age of 44. P.B. Published in 1973, 1st Edition. 66 Chapters, Conclusion, Bibliography and Index. Includes Photographs. 318 Pages. £10
68. Murdo Crola ‘A learned man and a very talented postman’ by Iain Smith and Murdo Maclennan. The story of Murdo Macdonald: Born: Crola Kinlochresort, 13 January 1907, Died Stornoway, 8 August 1940. Booklet, second corrected edition from November 2011. 24 Pages. £6
69. Scottish Crofters. A Historical Ethnography of a Celtic Village by Susan Parman. P.B. Published in 1990. Contents: Introduction, History and the Celt, The Crofting Township, Harris Tweed, Leadership and Social Order,Kinship, Courtship, and marriage, Supernaturalism, Creating Culture in Geall: The Bottle and the Bible, Conclusions: The Culture of Anamolyand the Uses of History. Includes Photographs. 175 Pages. £8
70. Tiree -War Among the Barley and Brine. By Mike Hughes and John Holliday. The story of Tiree and its part in being a sentinel for the clyde during World War Two. The Authors have sought to capture here some memories of this momentous time, while memories still prevail, just recollections of youth; RAF, Royal Navy and islander alike. P,B. Published in 2012. 16 Chapters and photographs with Glossary, Abbreviations and Acknowledgements. 153 Pages. £10
71. 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 of the early years of this century. P.B. Published in 1995. 8 Chapters, Photographs and a list of all those who went to work on the sheep farms of South America from the Island of Lewis. 105 Pages. £8
72. Return to Patagonia by Greta Mackenzie. A new and enlarged version of the original book, which contains substantial new material. P.B. Published in 2010. 27 Chapters and updated lists of all those from the Island of Lewis who went to South America. Includes Photographs. 186 Pages. £8
73. 21 Years of Angus Og by Ewen Bain. P.B. Published in 1981. 96 Pages. £8
74. The Silent Weaver. The Extraordinary Life and Work of Angus Macphee by Roger Hutchinson.Angus Macphee spent 50 years as a patient in Craig Dunain hospital in Inverness, the quiet big man spent his life creating a huge number of objects -including clothes, footwear, horses bridles, caps and hats out of woven grass, sheep’s wool, meadow flowers and beech leaves. P.B. Published in 2011. 7 Chapters, Notes, Bibliography and Photographs. 177 Pages. £6
75. Librarian in the Land Army by Dorothea Abbott. Booklet, printed in 1984. Twelve Chapters and Illustrations. 70 Pages. £6
76. Up, The Maiden Aunts! By Dorothea Abbott. Booklet, printed in 1985. Contents: The Abbotts, Pings and Middletons, The Hoppers of Durham, The Boweys, The MacFarquhars, (The Stornoway and Ness Branches) The Munros, The Brocks, The Duncans. Includes Illustrations. 38 Pages. £8
77. Exploring the Isles of the West. Journeys to the Western Islands of Scotland. Skye and Tiree to the Outer Isles. By Marc Calhoun. P.B. Published in 2012. Part One: Round Skye, Part Two: Flying to the Isles, Part III, Back to the Barra Isles, Part IV, South Uist, The Sound of Harris& St Kilda, Wanderings in Harris & Lewis, Part VI Expeditions Around the Long Isle, Expeditions to North Rona, Time Travelling Through the Isles. Includes Photographs. 317 Pages. £6
78. Ancient Uists. Exploring the Archaeology of the Outer Hebrides. Ed Anna Badcock. P.B. Published in 2008. Contents: Introduction, A Uist Timeline, 8000 BC-1957 AD, A Gazetteer of Sites and Monuments. Includes Photographs. 84 Pages. £8
79. Tugainn do Scalpaigh. Seonaidh Moireasdan. Bardachd Sheonaidh Fhionnlaigh. P.B. Air Fhoillseachadh ann an 1999. 32 piosan bardachd uile gu leir. 66 Duilleag. £8
80. Art and Scotland. Edinburgh Review Issue 61. Ideas in the art of Ian Hamilton Finlay. Mandalas, George Wyllie, and Joseph Beuys. Painting and the death of metaphysics. Will Maclean Jake Harvey Stewart Home EH Gombrich. P.B. Published in 1994. 172 Pages. £6
81. St Clement’s Church at Rodel by Bill Lawson. A Harris Church in its Historical Setting. Booklet, printed in 1991. Contents include; Alasdair Crotach, William Macleod, Sir Norman Macleod of Berneray, Mary Macleod the Bardess, Roderick Campbell, William Macleod of Luskentyre, Donald Macleod ‘The Old Trojan of Berneray’ The Clearance of Rodel, Factor Macdonald, John Morrison the Poet, The Countess of Dunmore, The Crofters. 44 Pages. £6
82. The Hebridean Birlinn, Nyvaig and Lymphad by G.V.C. Young. With a Foreword by Norman Macleod of Svardal. Booklet, printed in 1997. Limited edition of 300 Copies. Includes Illustrations.31 Pages. £8
83. Sports and Pastimes of Scotland. Historically Illustrated by Robert Scott Fittis. H.B. Published in 1891. Contents: The Old Scottish Wild Cattle, The Wolves, The Deer Forest and the Grouse Moor, Fox Hunting, The Salmon River, The Race Course, Archery, Football, Golf, The Revels of Fastren’s E’En, The Rustic Sports of Lammas, The Highland Games, Curling, Miscellaneous. 212 Pages. £85
84. Scottish Gypsies Under The Stewarts by David Macritchie. H.B. Published in 1894. 11 Chapters. 123 ages. £45
85. History Today. Silent Voices. Learning from the Titanic by Clive Anderson & Ann Sloane. P.B. Published in 2012. 12 Chapters, Chronology f Events, Memorials of the Titantic, Glossary f Terms, Bibliography, Picture and Photograph Credits, Acknowledgements. 117 Pages. £6
86. Re Na H-Oidhche. The Length of the Night. Bardachd le Catriona NicGumaraid. Poems by Catriona Montgomery. Introduced by Srley Maclean. P.B. Published in 1994. Poems in Gaelic with English Translations. 79 Pages. £6
87. Sgeul na Reite. Laoidhean le Catriona NicDhomhnaill. Leabharann air fhoillseachadh ann an 1981. 32 Laoidhean uile gu leir. 50 Duilleag. £5
88. The Deaf, the Daft & the Ditsy. A journey across the Outer Hebrides by Karen Inkster. The author’s journey with her four legged buddies Pip and Connie from Vatersay in the South to the Butt of Lewis in the North. 67 Pages. £6
89. Muster Roll of Prince Charles Edward Stuart’s Army 1745-1746. Editors: Alastair Livingstone of Bachuil Christian W.H. Aikman and Betty Stuart Hay. H.B. Published in 1984. 1st Edition. Contents: Introduction, The Staff, The Regiments, Appendix I: Members of the Prince’s Army who were executed or hanged after the rising of 1745-46, Appendix II: Probable strength and composition of the Prince’s Army at the Battle of Prestonpans, Falkirk and Culloden.220 Pages. £15
90. Mu’n Cuairt an Cagailte. Sgeulachdan. 12 sgeulachdan bho dheifir sgriobhaidearan na measg; Fionnlagh Macleoid, Domhnull Grannd, Alasdair Macilleathainn, Cairstiona NicDhomhnaill, Eilidh Watt, Domhnall Iain Maciomhair, Cailean T. MacChoinnich. P.B. Air fhoillseachadh ann an 1972. 98 Duilleag. £6
91. Glencoe. Contents: Maps, The top ten things to see and do in the Glen, a special place, a naturalists paradise, a geological wonder, the peak of the mountains, witness to dramatic history, the great outdoors, while you are in the area. A4 Size Publication. Printed in 2017 with many colour photographs. 72 Pages. £8
92. Islay and the Islands of Jura and Colonsay In Scotland’s Enchanting Western Isles. Illustrated Guide Book. Booklet, date of printing unknown. 88 Pages. £8
93. Teach Yourself Gaelic Dictionary. Edited by Boyd Robertson and Ian Macdonald. P.B. Published in 2004. 320 Pages. £6
94. Scapa Flow. The story of Britain’s Greatest Naval Anchorage in Two World Wars. By Malcolm Brown and Patricia Meehan. P.B. Published in 1968, this edition was published in 2002. Contents: Approach to Scapa Flow, The First World War, The Second World War, Sunset. Includes Photographs. 264 Pages. £6
95. Urnuigh an Tighearna: Mineachaidh Simplidh leis An Urramach Alasdair MacDhiarmaid. The Lord’s Prayer: A Plain Exposition by The Reverend Alexander MacDiarmid, Morvern. P.B. Published in 1921. 108 Pages. £15
96. Jura an Island of Argyll. Its History, People and Story by Donald Budge. H.B. With D/J Published in 1960. 1st Edition. Fourteen Chapters, including: Features, Old and far Off Things, Battles Long Ago, The Coming of the Campbells, The Ecclesiastical Story, Schools and Schoolmasters, Swords into Ploughshares, Jura Highland Cattle, Old Jura Surnames, etc,etc. Includes many Illustrations. 206 Pages. £20
97. Outlaws of Medieval Scotland. Challenges to the Canmore Kings, 1058-1266 by R. Andrew Macdonald. P.B. Published in 2003. Introduction, Tables, Maps, Timeline of Challenges to the Scottish Kings, Epilogue and 2 Appendixes. 202 Pages. £10
98. The Isles are my Delight by Winnifred A. Shand. Tales of a Tweed Trotter in the Outer Hebrides. The author spent many years as the Organiser for the Highland Home Industries based in Lochboisdale. H.B. With D/J Published in possible late 1970’s. 63 Chapters. 185 Pages. £10
99. Caledonian Railway Company Centenary 1847-1947. Magazine type Publication. A History of the company. Printed in September 1947. 31 Pages. £8
100. Gramair na Gaidhlig le Michel Byrne. P.B. Published in 2002, this reprint is from 2004. Contents: Nouns and Articles, Adjectives and Adverbs, Pronouns, Prepositions, The Verb. 141 Pages. £8
101. Stirling Castle Argyll’s Lodging and Mar’s Wark. Official Souvenir Guide. Magazine type publication, published by Historic Scotland in 2011. 88 Pages. £6
102. St Andrew’s Cathedral. An Official Souvenir Guide by Historic Scotland. Magazine type publication. Originally Printed in 1993, this reprint is from 1999. 32 Pages. £6
103. Iona by the Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland. Printed in 1993. Third Impression. 32 Pages. £6
104. Brodie Castle. A National Trust for Scotland Publication. Booklet, printed in 2016. 24 Pages. £6
105. Tocasaid ‘Ain Tuirc. Sgeulachdan Goirid le Donnchadh MacGilliosa. P.B. Air fhoillseachadh ann an 2004. 16 Sgeulachdan Goirid. 138 Duilleag. £6
106. Shrapnel le Tormod Caimbeul. P.B. Air fhoillseachadh ann an 2006. 8 Sgeulachdan Goirid. 175 Duilleag. £6
107. George Mackay Brown. Selected Poems 1954-1992. New Enlarged Edition. P.B. First Published in 1991, this reprint is from 1998. 176 Pages. £6
108. Scotland An Anthology by Douglas Dunn. H.B. With D/J Published in 1991. 11 Chapters. 303 Pages. £8
109. Great Golf Stories. Edited by Gordon Jarvie. Includes stories by J.M. Barrie, A.G. MacDonell, George Macdonald Fraser, A.A. Milne, John Updike, P.G. Wodehouse and many more. P.B. Originally Published in 1993, this reprint is from 1994. 22 Stories in total. 242 Page. £6
110. Ian Rankin. Rebus’s Scotland. A Personal Journey. Photographs by Tricia Malley and Ross Gillespie. P.B. Published in 2005, this reprint is from 2006.Eight Chapters. 131 Pages. £6
111. The Scots Larder by John Leese. P.B. Published in 1986. Contents: The Land, The Larder, The Kitchen, Some Scottish Recipes. Dinners, Soups, Fish, Meat, Vegetables, Sweets, Puddings & Tarts, Tea, Breads & Cakes, Biscuits, etc. 78 Pages. £6
112. Crofts and Crofting by Katherine Stewart. Booklet, prnted in 1980. Contents: Bibliography, What is a Croft,The Land Wars, A Living from the Land, Skills for Living, The Lively Minds, Crofting Today – and Tomorrow. 64 Pages. £6
113. The Wallace Memorial Stone by Norman Macleod. P.B. Published in 2005. 83 Pages. £6
114. The Quest for Celtic Christianity by Donald E. Meek. P.B. Published in 2000. 14 Chapters, Bibliography, Index. 273 Pages. £6
115. The Munro Almanack by Cameron McNeish. H.B. Published in 1996. 30 Chapters, Recommended Books, Weather Information, Index. 144 Pages. £6
116. The Best Hill Walking in Scotland by Cameron McNeish. P.B. Published in 1990, this edition is from 1998. A personal collection of high walks in Scotland, which takes us from the banks of Loch Lomond to the high tops of Torridon in Wester Ross. 160 Pages. £6
117. Dr Lachlan Grant of Ballachulish. His Life and Times by Roderick Macleod. P.B. Published in 2013. Ten Chapters, 4 Appendices, Further Reading, Biographical Notes, DR Lachlan Grant -The Highland Hippocrates portrait by Alastair Smyth. Includes Photographs. 148 Pages. £8
118. A Pronouncing Gaelic Dictionary by Neil MaCalpine. H.B. Originally Published in 1832, this new large type edition is from 1929. 281 Pages. £8
119. Old South Uist with Eriskay and Benbecula by Bill Innes. P.B. Published in 2006. A selection of photographs accompanied by text of people and places in South Uist, through the years.49 Pages. £8
120. From Hirta to Port Philip. The story of the ill fated emigration from St Kilda to Australia in 1852 by Eric Richards. Booklet, printed in 2010. 36 Pages. £6
121. Highland Folk Ways by I.F. Grant. Illustrated by Molly MacEwan. H.B. With D/J. Published in 1961. 1st Edition. 16 Chapters and Figures. 377 Pages. £20
122. Birds of the Outer Hebrides. A Guide to their Status and Distribution by Peter Cunningham. H.B. Published in 1983. Contents: Introduction, Foreword, Description of the Outer Islands of the Hebrides, Status and distribution of Bird Species, Appendix, References, Personal Check List, Indices in English, Gaelic and Latin. 241 Pages. £10
123. Skye Remembered by Derek Cooper. Written and Compiled by Derek Cooper. A Ghaidhlig le Martainn Domhnallach. P.B. Published in 1980. Contents: The World of Work, The Encircling Sea, The Heart of the Island, Ten Thousand Common Soldiers, An Island in Revolt, Houses and Hovels, The Sporting Scene, The Quality at Leisure. Includes many photographs. 96 Pages. £10
124. The Book of the Braemar Gathering and Scottish Annual 1991. Magazine type publication, which contains, articles, illustrations and adverts. 102 Pages. £8
125. Stornoway the Hub of the Isles by Frank Thompson. P.B. Published circa 1990. Contains articles about the past and present, adverts, etc. 72 Pages. £6
126. Echoes in Stone by Magnus Magnusson. 100 Years of Ancient Monuments in Scotland. 7 Chapters and photographs. 80 Pages. £8
127. Inverewe. The making of the Garden. A National Trust for Scotland Publication.Booklet, printed in 1988. 36 Pages of articles and photographs. £6
128. Land of Mountain and Flood. The Geology and Landforms of Scotland by Alan McKirdy, John Gordon & Roger Crofts. P.B. Published in 2007. In this book three eminent Earth Scientists explain Scotland’s place in the geological history of the planet, unravelling and explaining the present day landscape and how it came to be the way it was. 324 Pages which includes photographs. £15
129. The Isle of Arran by Robert McLellan. (Revised by Norman Newton) P.B. Published in 1995. 9 Chapters, Useful Information and Places to Visit, Further Reading, Place Names and their interpretation, Index. Includes many photographs. 112 Pages. £8
130. St Machar’s Cathedral. Booklet, printed in 1988. 16 Pages of historical information and photographs. £6
131. Dileab Cholbhasach. A Colonsay Legacy. By Barbara Satchel. Edited by Morag Law. P.B. Published in 2013. 9 Articles in Gaelic and English. Also, a selection of Barbara Satchel’s articles in Gairm over the years which total 7. 100 Pages. £8
132. Lord of the Isles by Nigel Nicolson. P.B. Originally Published in 1960, this reprint is from 2000. 10 Chapters, Notes, Bibliography and Index. The story of Lord Leverhulme’s ownership of the Islands of Lewis and Harris. Includes photographs. 264 Pages. £6
133. An Early Christian Chapel and Burial Ground on the Isle of Ensay, Outer Hebrides, Scotland with a study of the skeletal remains by A.E.W, Miles. BAR British Series 212 1989. Photocopied 3 pages, which is a presentation copy from the author. £5
134. The World of Rosamunde Pilcher. H.B. With D.J Published in 1994. Edited by Siv Bublitz. Contents: My Second Home, Cornwall, London, Scotland, Acknowledgements. 159 Pages and includes many photographs. £8
135. Dain Spioradail le Iain Mac Gilleain. Maille ri Beagan de Laoidhean Mhic Griogair Nach Robh Gus a So Air an Clo Bhualadh. H.B. Air Fhoillseachadh ann an 1880. 47 Laoidh leis an Ughdair agus 11 Laoidh le triur eile. John Maclean was from Caolas, in Tiree and was born in 1787 and died in 1848. He was known as Bard Thighearna Chola. 204 Duilleag. £35
136. The Old Testament Church by Rev Wallach Nicholson. P.B. Published in 1968. Contents: The Pre Mosiac Order, The Period f Moses, The Prophetic Period, The Wisdom Books. 109 Pages. £8
137. The Apostle of the North. Gaelic Spiritual Hymns by Dr John Macdonald Ferintosh. H.B. With D/J. Date of Publishing unknown. 202 Pages. £8
138. An Dubh is an Gorm le Iain Mac A Ghobhainn. 20 sgeulachd gorid.P.B. Air fhoillseachadh ann an 1963. 106 Pages. £5
139. Morvern Transformed. A Highland parish in the Nineteenth Century by Philip Gaskell. H.B. With D/J Published in 1968. Contents: Morvern in 1800, The Impact of Efficiency 1800-1850, Holiday Home 1800-1870, Rich Man’s Castle 1870-1900. 7 including rental rolls, diaries, memories and genealogical tables. Includes Plates. 273 Pages. £12
140. Highland Housewife’s Cookbook. P.B. Published in 1970’s. A wonderful collection of 250 appetising, homely, practical and economic recipes brought together from all over the Highlands to enrich your life. 12 Chapters. Which includes; Soups, Main Dishes, Puddings, Cakes, Farmhouse fare, Children’s Recipes. 115 Pages. £6
141. The Gaelic Bible and the Translation of the Scriptures into Scottish Gaelic, with Metrical Versions of the Psalms and Paraphrases by Rev Donald Mackinnon. H.B. Published in 1930. Contents: Foreword, Preface, Introduction, The Story of the Gaelic Psalter, The Story of the Gaelic Paraphrases, The Story of the Gaelic Bible. 119 Pages. £20. (Scarce)
142. The Free Presbyterian Magazine and Monthly Record. Vol 1. H.B. Date of Publishing unknown, which has the contents of the Magazine in its inaugural year 1896. 480 Pages. £8
143. The Free Presbyterian Magazine and Monthly Record Vol VI. This volume covers the year 480 Pages. £8
144. Searmonan Leis An Urr. U.B. MacNeacail. Ministear An Eaglais Shaor. H.B. Air fhoillseachadh ann an 1974. 35 Searmonan uile gu leir. 118 Duilleag. £6
145. The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson. Tusitala Edition Vol. XXIX. Memories and Portraits Memoirs of Himself Selections From His Notebook. H.B. Published in 1924. Contents: Memories and Portraits, Memories of Himself, Selections From His Notebook. 194 Pages. £15
146. No Great Mischief A Novel by Alistair Macleod. H.B. With D/J Published in 1999. 283 Page. £6
147. Airth Parish -A History. Compiled by Ian Phillips & Alex Martin. Booklet, printed in 2007, this is a reprint. Seven Chapters, 44 Pages. £6
148. Roslin Church Centenary In Retrospect 1881-1981. Written by Madge Old. Research George Campbell.Illustrations Andrew Combe. Booklet, printed in 1981. 40 Pages. £6
149. Historical Aberdeen. By G.M. Fraser. The Castle and the Castle Hill The Snow Church The Woolmanhill and neighbourhood The Guestrow. With Illustrations. H.B. Published in 1905. 172 Pages. £20
150. Birds and Mammals of Shetland by L.S.V. Venables and U.M. Venables. This is the first general zoological study made by naturalists resident in Shetland and is the result of eight years of observation at all seasons. H.B. With D/J Published in 1955. 1st Edition. Contents: Naturalists in Shetland, Shetland Habitats, Status Changes in Shetland Birds, Land Mammals, Sea Mammals, Birds. 3 Appendixes, Bibliography and Index. Includes Plates and Maps. 391 Pages. £25
151. From Glasgow’s Treasure Chest. A Miscellany of History, Personalities and Places by James Cowan “Peter Prowler” Two Hundred and Eighty Illustrations. H.B. With D/J Published in 1951. Most of the articles in this book first appeared in the Author’s Column in the Glasgow Evening Citizen before WW2. 29 Chapters in 120 Articles, Provosts of Glasgow, L’Envoi, Index. 480 Pages. £15
152. The Silver Bough by Neil M Gunn. H.B. Published in 1948, 1st Edition. 328 Pages. £8
153. Your Clan Heritage. Clan Campbell. Extensively Revised. By Alan McNie. P.B. Originally Printed in 1983, this revised edition is from 1989. 34 Pages. £5
154. Memories of North and West Sutherland by Christopher J, Uncles. A4 Size Publication printed in 2003. Contents: Roads Beyond Lairg, Elphin to Cape Wrath, The North Coast 87 Pages and includes many old photographs of the area. £8
155. Teach Yourself Gaelic by Roderick Mackinnon. H.B. With D/J 1971. This book provides a modern and lively introduction to Scottish Gaelic. 323 Pages. £6
156. Coast-Westers. Prose and poems and in between by school pupils from the Western Isles. Booklet, printed in the 1980’s. A selection of stories from 5 very keen writers from the Nicolson Primary in Stornoway in 1981. 31 Pages. £5
157. Clann Nighean An Sgadain le Tormod Calum Domhnallach agus Leslie Davenport. P.B. Air Fhoillseachadh ann an 1987. 120 Duilleag de sgeulachdan, agallamhan agus deilbh. £6
158. The North West Highlands by D.J. Bennet and T. Strang. H.B. Published in 1990. Contents: Morvern to Glen carron, Applecross to Caithness. Includes close to 100 Illustrations. 342 Pages. £10
159. St Valery The Impossible Odds. Edited by Bill Innes. P.B. Published in 2004. Contents: List of Maps, Acknowledgements, Introduction, A Cameron Never Can Yield, Under The Shadow of the Swastika, Big Archie Macphee’s Story, Suathadh Ri Iomadh Rubha, 2 Appendixes and Selected Bibliography. Includes many photographs. 268 Pages. £8
160. Strathpeffer Walks and Wildlife by Janet and Murdo Macdonald. Booklet, 16 walks are covered and Birds of Strathpeffer and Mammals of the Area. Date of Printing possibly 1990’s. 32 Pages. £5
161. Let’s Look at Scottish Gemstones by Jock Nimlin.Contents: Brief Geological History, History of Gemstone Collection, What are we Looking For, Locations, What do we do with them, Finished Articles. Booklet, date of printing unknown. £6
162. The Journal of A Tour to the Hebrides With Samuel Johnson by James Boswell. H.B. 377 Pages. Date of Printing Unknown. £15
163. Whisky Galore by Compton Mackenzie. H.B. With D/J first Published in 1947, this reprint is from 1951. 18 Chapters. 256 Pages. £10
164. Dunvegan Castle. A colour booklet specifically aimed at tourists. Articles of historical and modern history. Printed in 2005, which includes photographs. 96 Pages. £5
165. The Strath. A Biography of Strathpeffer by Clarence Finlayson. Scotland’s Famous Spa and District. P.B. Published in 1979. Contents: Foreword, Introduction, The Dim and Distant Past, The Historical Period, After The ‘Forty Five’, The Spa, Post War Years, Bibliography. 96 Pages. £8
166. Loch Leven National Nature Reserve,A study of waterfowl biology. By Allan Allison, Iain Newton & Colin Campbell. Foreword by Sir David Montgomery. Preface by Dr John Berry. Booklet, printed in 1974. 6 Chapters, 3 Appendices and Photographs. 124 Pages. £6
167. MacBraynes ‘The Road to the Isles’ Scottish Programme for 1953. Booklet, printed in 1953. 23 Pages plus Map. £10
168. Troubled Waters. Recalling the Floods of ’77. Researched and compiled by the pupils of Kirkhope Primary School, Ettrickbridge. P.B. Published in 1997. 7 Chapters, List of Pupils, Acknowledgements, Sponsor. Includes Photographs. 128 Pages. £8
169. Flower of the Forest. Selkirk A new History. Edited by John M. Gilbert. P.B. Published in 1985. 11 Chapters by different writers and 10 appendices. 207 Pages. £10
170. The Castle of Bergen and The Bishop’s Palace at Kirkwall. A Study in Early Norse Architecture by W. Douglas Simpson. H.B. Published in 1960. Contents: Preface, Introduction, The Castle of Bergen, The Bishop’s Palace at Kirkwall. Includes Photographs and Maps. 77 Pages. £30 (Scarce)
171. Time Travels. Stories from a remarkable 50 year journey. Highlands and Islands Enterprise. 1965-2015. By Catherine Deveney. P.B. Published in 2015. 7 Chapters and many photographs. 138 Pages. £8
172. Nether Lochaber. The Natural History, Legends and Folklore of the West Highlands by The Rev Alexander Stewart. H.B. Published in 1883. 53 Chapters. 417 Pages. £25
173. Poems and Songs in Gaelic and English by Mrs Mary MacKellar. H.B. Published in 1880. 78 Songs and Poems and 4 Translations. 140 Pages. £15
174. The Scots Book. Including Folklore, Clans, Recipes, Place Names, Proverbs and Prose by Ronald Macdonald Douglas. P.B. Published in1995, originally Published in 1949. Contents: Poetry, Folklore and Rhymes and Tales, Facts, Fragments,A Few Prose Extracts and Some Letters, 367 Pages. £6
175. The Villages of Aberdeen. Round About Mounthooly by Diane Morgan. P.B. Originally Published in 1995, this reprint is from 1996. 14 Chapters, Select Bibliography and Index. 206 Pages. £8
176. Hamish Henderson A Biography. Volume I The Making of the Poet (1919-1953) by Timothy Neat. P.B. Published in 2007. 20 Chapters, 3 Appendixes and Photographs. 377 Pages. £10
177. Hamish Henderson. A Biography. Volume 2 Poetry Becomes People (1952-2002) By Timothy Neat. H.B. Published in 2009. 29 Chapters, 4 Appendixes. 395 Pages. Includes Photographs. £10
178. Scottish Kings by Gordon Donaldson. H.B. With D/J Published in 1967, this second revised edition was published in 1977. 10 Chapters, Bibliography and Index. List of Genealogical Tables and Illustrations. 224 Pages. £8
179. Highways and Byways in the Central Highlands by Seton Gordon. Introduction by Raymond Eagle. Illustrations by Sir D.Y. Cameron. Foreword and a glossary of place name elements with aids to pronunciation by W.J. Watson. P.B. Published in 1995.36 Chapters and Illustrations. 439 Pages. £8
180. In Famed Breadalbane. The Story of the Antiquities, Lands, and People of a Highland District by The Rev William Gillies. H.B. Published in 1938. 31 Chapters. 439 Pages. £25
181. St Kilda: The Breeding Distribution, History and Population of the Fulmar (Fulmarus Glacialis) In the British Isles By James Fisher and George Waterston. Reprinted from the Journal of Animal Ecology Vol 10, No 2, pp 204-272, November 1941. 69 Pages £10 (Scarce)
182. Lecture On Disestablishment By Sir A H Gordon. Delivered at Fraserburgh, 6th October, 1885. Pamphlet 4 Pages. Reprinted from the Daily Free Press of 7th October, 1885. £10 (Scarce)
183. The West Highlands & Islands. A View of 50 Centuries. The Udal (N. Uist) Evidence by Iain A. Crawford. Booklet, date of Printing Unknown. 22 Pages. £8
184. Old Aberdeen Burgh -Cathedral- University. Text by Cuthbert Graham and Stewart Todd. Magazine Type Publication, Printed in 1978. 16 Pages. £6
185. Govan And Its Carved Stones by Anna Ritchie. Booklet,printed in 1999. 20 Pages. £6
186. Dysert O’ Dea A History Trail. Describing Over 25 Places of Historical and Archaeological Interest Within a Two Mile Radius of Dysert O’Dea Castle Corofin Co clare. Guide and map. Pamphlet. 8 Pages. £6
187. Look At The Orkney Monuments. Pamphlet A4. 12 Pages. Printed in 1990. £6
188. The Stone Circle. Pamphlet. Exploring the past in Grampian. Also, included is a pamphlet -Notes on Cloyne Cathedral. £6
189. A Visitors Guide to Marischal College Aberdeen. By John S Smith. Booklet , printed in 1993. 48 Pages which includes photographs. £6
190. Enjoying Perthshire by Campbell Steven. Poems by Kenneth C. Steven. Foreword by Hamish Brown. P.B. Published in 1994. 7 Chapters and Photographs. 99 Pages. £6
191. Old Cowdenbeath by Jim Hutcheson. P.B. Date of Printing Unknown. Photos accompanied by text on each page. 49 Pages. £6
192. A Lewis Album by Angus M. Macdonald. A Collection of historical photographs compiled by the author. This book covers photographs from the Island of Lewis through the 20th Century. P.B. Published in 1982. Photographs with text on every page. £10
193. The Angus Macleod Archive. Angus “Ease” Macleod 1916-2002. An Introduction to his Collection. Booklet, printed in 2004. Compiled by Michael Robson. This book is a catalogue of the archive and material collected over many years by Angus Macleod which is now housed in his native South Lochs, Isle of Lewis. 56 Pages. £6
194. The Village Names of Lewis. A new edition of the classic work of the island’s Old Norse place names heritage by Magne Oftednal. Booklet, printed in 2009. 56 Pages. £6
195. Life of John Macdonald D.D. “The Apostle of the North”by Robert MacGregor. H.B. Pocket sized publication printed in 1881. Contents: Early Days, License and Ordination -Translation to Edinburgh, Translated to Urquhart -Evangelist, Second Marriage -Home Life -Vists St Kilda, Missionary Sermon in London Revisits St Kilda, Vists Ireland -Learns Language -Evangelistic Labours, Death of father -Hard Work -Anecdotes, His Son D.D, Disruption, Gaelic Moderator, Last Days and death -Publications. 96 Pages. £30
196. An Dileab. Gaelic Verse for Advanced Divisions and Intermediate Classes. Edited by James Thomson MA, Bayble, Lewis. P.B. Second Edition 1934. 48 Pages. £8
197. Our Evangelical Heritage. The Work and the Witness of the Free Church by a list of contributors. H.B. With D/J Published in 1938. Contributors include; Rev John Macleod, Glasgow, Rev Murdoch Macrae, Rev G.N.M. Collins, Rev K Cameron, Rev R.A. Finlayson, Rev William Macleod, etc. Ten Chapters in Total. 151 Pages. £10
198. Gleanings of Highland Harvest. New and Enlarged Edition by Rev Murdoch Campbell. H.B. With D/J Published in November 1957 12 Chapters. 126 Pages. £6
199. The Practice of the Free Church of Scotland In Her Several Courts. Eighth Edition (Revised) H.B. Published in 1995. 5 Chapters and Appendices. 254 Pages. £8
200. Chum Fios Bhi Aig An Al Ri Teachd. Back Free Church 1891-1991 by Neil Murray. The history of the Back Free Church Congregation, Back, Isle of Lewis. Booklet, printed in 1993.72 Pages. £6
201. When God Came Down. An account of the North Uist Revival 1957-58. Edited by John Ferguson. Foreword by Colin Peckham of the Faith Mission. Booklet, printed in 2000. 7 Chapters. 95 Pages. £6
202. Sounds from Heaven. The Revival on the Isle of Lewis, 1949-1952 by Colin and Mary Peckham. P.B. Published in 2004. 12 Chapters and the personal testimonies of 24 people who experienced the Revivals. 282 Pages. £6
203. Bardachd a Bhocsair. Aonghas Caimbeul 1908-1949. The Gaelic Poetry, with two English compositions. 64 pieces of Bardachd. P.B. Published in 1978. 136 Pages. £8
204. Tercentenary of the National Covenant of Scotland 1638-1938. Memorial Convention of the Three Reformed Presbyterian Churches of Scotland, Ireland and America. H.B. Published in 1939. 23 Papers that were delivered at the Convention are included in this book, also details of the convention, services and includes a list of delegates that attended. Includes Photographs. 340 Pages. £20
205. Survival Without Error and other stories by Iain Crichton Smith. H.B. With D/J Published in 1970. 14 Stories in total. 223 Pages. £8
206. George Buchanan A Biography by D. Macmillan. Second Impression. H.B. Published in 1906. 17 Chapters and Illustrations. 292 Pages. £15
207. Calum’s Road by Roger Hutchinson. H.B. With D/J Published in 2006, 1st Edition. The story of Calum Macleod of Raasay who single handedly build a road on his native island. 6 Chapters, Preface, Maps, Notes, Bibliography and Photographs. 196 Pages. £6
208. Diary of Kenneth A Macrae. Edited with additional material by Iain H Murray. Rev Macrae served as Minister of the Free Church in Stornoway from 1931 until his death in 1964. 21 Chapters and photographs. 535 Pages. £10
209. Monkeys, Bears and Gutta Percha. Memories of Manse, Hospital and War by Colin Maclean. P.B. Published in 2001. 11 Chapters. 132 Pages. £6
210. The Men of Skye by Roderick MacCowan. H.B. Published in 1902. 49 Men are Profiled in this book, plus 3 Poems. 230 Pages. £45
211. Johnson & Boswell. Journey to the Western Islands and A Tour to the Hebrides. H.B. With D/J This Edition was originally Published in 1970, but this reprint is from 1979. Contents: Introduction, A Journey to the Western Islands, The Journal of a Tour to the Hebrides Contents of Journey and Tour. 3 Indexes: Subjects, Names of Persons and Books, Names of Places. 473 Pages. £15
212. Loch Ness by Adrian Shine. This publication brings together four decades of research into an objective, revolutionary and award winning exhibition. Booklet, printed in 2006. 30 Pages. £6
213. Blazing Paddles. A Scottish Coastal Odyssey by Brian Wilson. The story of the author’s 1800 mile journey in his kayak around Scotland’s grand cliffscapes, unspoiled shorelines, fearsome sea passages and Hebridean Islands. P.B. Published in 1988. This Edition is from 2008. Third Edition. Ten Chapters. 211 Pages. £6
214. The River Clyde. From the source to the Sea by Keith Fergus. Text by Ian R. Mitchell. H.B. With D/J Published in 2008. Eight Chapters and Photographs. 192 Pages. £10
215. The Present Cast and Tendency of Religious Thought and Feeling in Scotland. Eight Articles Contributed to the Perthshire Courier from 4th February to 1st April 1879 by the late John Kennedy D.D. Dingwall. With Preface by the Rev D.M. Macallister. Booklet, printed in 1955. 62 Pages. £8
216. The Battle of Bannockburn. A Study in Medieval Warfare by W.M. Mackenzie. H.B. Published in 1913. 1st Edition. Contents: General Strategy Of the War, The Armies, Commanders and Line of March, Dispositions. The First Phase: Sunday June 23, Bannockburn. The Second Phase: Monday June 24, Bannockburn in Later History, Index, Plan I, Plan II. 114 Pages. £35 Signed by the Author.
217. One of Heaven’s Jewels: Rev Archibald Cook of Daviot and the (Free) North Church, Inverness by Norman Campbell. P.B. Published in 2009. 12 Chapters, 3 Appendixes and Illustrations. 279 Pages. £10
218. The Book of Common Order of the Church of Scotland With Gaelic Prayers. H.B. Published in 1940. 11 Chapters, Appendixes, Index. 322 Pages. £15
219. The History of the Working Classes in Scotland by Thomas Johnson. H.B. Date of Publishing Unknown. 14 Chapters. 408 Pages. £25
220. Celtic Scotland A History of Ancient Alban by WF Skene. Vol I, II & III. Vol I: History and Ethnology, Vol II, Church and Culture, Vol III, Land and People. All Second Revised Editions, Published in1886, 1887, and 1890. £75 for the 3 Volumes.
221. The Lives of the Most Eminent English Poets with Critical Observations on their Works by Samuel Johnson. A New Edition Corrected. In Three Volumes Vol III. H.B. Published in 1816. Contents of The Third Volume. Swift, Broome, Pope, Pitt, Thomson, Watts, A.Philips, West,Collins, Dyer, Shenstone, Young, Mallet, Akenside, Gray, Lyttelton. 391 Pages. £65
222. Tackle Making for Anglers by L. Vernon Bates. H.B. Published in 1938. 1st Edition. Contents: The Rod,Spinning Tackles, Artificial Lures, Fly Dressing, Hook Tackles, Floats, Casts and traces, Wirework, Leads and Moulds, Net Making, Knot Tying, Odds and Ends. 221 Pages. £25
223. The Highlanders of Scotland by the late William F. Skene. Edited, With Excursions and Notes by Alexander MacBain. H.B. Published in 1902. Part I -The Highlands. Nine Chapters and Appendix. Part II.Nine Chapters,Appendix, Excursions and Notes, Ptolemy’s Map of Scotland. 427 Pages. £65
224. Salt in my Porridge. Confession of a ministers Son by Angus MacVicar. H.B. With D/J Originally Published in January 1971, This Sixth Impression is from February 1974. 15 Chapters, and photographs. 192 Pages. £8
225. Heather in My Ears. More Confessions of a Ministers Son by Angus MacVicar. H.B. With D/J Published in 1974. 11 Chapters, photographs. 177 Pages. Signed by the Author. £8
226. Journal of the Folk Song Society No 16. Being The Third Part of Vol IV. H.B. Published in December 1911 Contents: Notes and Reminiscences by Francis Tolmie, Singers Memories of Life in Skye, Notes on the Modal System of Gaelic Tunes, Additional Note on the Gaelic Scale System, Songs of Rest and Recreation, Songs of Labour, Ancient Heroic Lays, Songs to Chiefs and Others, Laments, Love Lyrics, Appendix, Index to Gaelic Titles, Index to English Titles, Obituary Henry Watson. 278 Pages. £25
227. A Chulaidh as Fhearr. Taghadh de laoidhean Iain Chaluim Ruaidh. P.B. 36 Laoidhean uile gu leir. 137 duilleagan. £6
228. A Highland Pulpit. Being Sermons of the Late Rev Murdoch Macaskill. With a biographical Sketch by his Son John Macaskill. H.B. Published in 1907. 15 Sermons in Total. 156 Pages. £25
229. Dan Spioradail le Padruig Grannd An Strathspey, Sgireachd Aberneich. H.B. Air Fhoillseachadh ann an 1912. Twentieth Edition. 39 Dain uile gu Leir. 160 Duilleagan. £8
230. Gleanings -The Genealogy of Kinloch, Isle of Lewis and History of the Area. P.B. Published in 1997. A most comprehensive book on the families who occupied the villages of Keose, Laxay, Ballalan, Shieldinish and Airidhbhruaich. Also, has historical articles relevant to the area on ; Education, The Church, Emigration,Economy, Agriculture, Number and Casualties in the two World Wars, Fishing, Harris Tweed. A must book for anyone interested in Genealogy on the Isle of Lewis.£20
231. House of Dun. A National Trust for Scotland Publication. Booklet, printed in 1992. 36 Pages of text and photographs. £6
232. Consider the Lillies by Iain Crichton Smith. P.B. Novel Originally Published in 1968, this reprint is from 1970. 192 Pages. £6
233. Gardiner’s Tweed Adventures. The Story of a Mill 1945/1988 by Ian Jackson. P.B. Published in 1998. 25 Chapters. 228 Pages. £8
234. Rosslyn Chapel by The Earl of Rosslyn. Booklet, printed in 1997. Contents: A Short History, A Tour of Rosslyn Chapel, Cultural Heritage, The St Clair’s of Rosslyn, Perspectives. 36 Pages. £6
235. Highland Birds. Pamphlet. Many species found in the area mapped and illustrated in full colour with notes on how and where to observe them. £8
236. Weaving Songs by Donald S. Murray. With Photographs by Carol Ann Peacock. H.B. Published in 2011. 45 Songs in total. 127 Pages. £8
237. Eilean Fraoich. Lewis Gaelic Songs and Melodies.P.B Published in 1982. An updated edition of the original that was published in 1938. The best collection of poetry from the majority of the Lewis and some Harris bards of the Twentieth Century. Over 200 songs with tunes are in this publication. 238 Pages. £10
238. Ceol agus Deoir le Mairi A. Niciomhair. Leabharann de laoidhean. 12 uile gu leir. Chan eil fios cuin a chaidh fhoillseachadh. 40 Duilleag. £6
239. A Guide to Dunnottar Castle. Reflecting the History of Scotland. Booklet, printed in 1996. 36 Pages of Text and Photographs. £6
240. Geology and Scenery In Dunoon and Cowal by Julian Hill. Pamphlet, date of printing unknown. £5
241. Scottish Theology In Relation to Church History by John Macleod. H.B. With D/J Published in 1974. First Published in 1943. Contents: Introductory, The Successors of Knox, The Second Reformation Galaxy, The Post Revolution Church. 350 Pages. £8
242. George Buchanan A Biography by D. Macmillan. H.B. Published in 1906. 17 Chapters. 292 Pages. £15
243. The Burning Bush in Carloway. Its history and revivals by Murdo Macaulay. Booklet, published to coincide with the centenary of the Free Church Building in Carloway in 1984. A detailed history of the congregation over 100 years. 59 Pages. £6
244. The Little Whisky Book by Susan Fleming. H.B. Pocket Sized Published in 1988. Contents include; What is Whisky, How Whisky is Made, Scotch Whisky, Irish Whisky, Whisky Recipes, Whisky Drinks, Whisky as Medicine, etc, etc. 60 Pages. £6
245. Language, Education, And Social Processes in a Gaelic Community by Kenneth Mackinnon. P.B. Published in 1977. 8 Chapters, Notes, Bibliography and Index. 222 Pages. £8
246. Bizarre Scotland. Discover The Country’s Secrets & Surprises by David Long. A Fascinating Tour of Scotland’s Strangest and Most Intriguing Locations. H.B. With D/J Published in 2014. 19 Chapters. 218 Pages. £6
247. Sixpence for the Wind. A Knot of Nautical Folklore by Malcolm Archibald. With pen and ink drawings by Sarah Jane Adams. P.B. Published in 1999. Contents include; Sea Monsters, Famous Ships, Mermaids, Nicknames, Pressing Jack, The Survivors, Fighting Seamen, Fast Ships, Ghostly Ships and The Devil Sea, Stormy Places, The Superstitious Seamen, Drink and the Seamen, etc. 20 Chapters in Total, Glossary and Bibliography. Includes Photographs. 143 Pages. £8
248. Pronnagan. Gospel Advent in Barvas Parish. An update of the Rev John Macleod’s book “A Measg nan Lili” which was published in the late 1940’s and included a chapter on Gospel Advent in Barvas. Booklet,printed in 2008, and is a bilingual publication. 5 Chapters: Spiritual Awakening, Faith Expressed, Brotherly Love, Spiritual Giants, Appendices. Edited by Rev Calum Iain Macleod. 38 Pages. £5
249. Glasgow Old & New. New Revised Edition. Fully Illustrated by Jack House. Booklet, originally Published in 1974, this edition first published in 1983, was reprinted in 1984. A Pictorial account of the author’s native city. There is a photograph on every page along with text. 95 Pages. £6
250. The Real Macrae. The Autobiography of the People’s Champion. Colin McRae and Derick Allsop. H.B. With D/J Published in 2001. 13 Chapters which includes photographs. 240 Pages. £5
251. Banner in the West. A Spiritual History of Lewis and Harris by John Macleod. P.B. Published in 2010. The Book is in 3 Parts: Part I: Like Heaven Cracking, Up to the 1800’s, Part II: The Peace of God, 1820-1900, Part III: The Shore of Trouble is Hidden -1914- to the present day. Includes 2 Appendixes. Plus Photographs. 400 Pages. £8
252. The Winchman by Chris Murray. This is the life story of Chris Murray. As a Winchman on Search and Rescue Helicopters, for 22 Years he was involved in the rescue of many people from the seas and mountains around the Western Isles and the north of Scotland. P.B. Published in 2013. 10 Chapters and Photographs. Signed by the Author. 183 Pages. £8
253. One Good Owner. God is in the Driving Seat by Murdo Murchison. The author’s life turned upside down on the 30th August 2016 when he collapsed with a massive seizure. Within six hours he was holding the result of a CT scan showing a two centimetre tumour in his brain. This book brings together experiences from Murdo’s life which are made the more powerful and poignant with the certainty of time is short. P.B. Published in 2017. Sadly, since this book was published the author has passed away. 22 Chapters and Photographs. 141 Pages. £5
254. Scottish Jokes Edited by Chris Findlater. P.B.Published in 1998, this reprint is from 1999.96 Pages. £5
255. The Original Favourite Recipes. Produced by Women for Mission Free Church of Scotland. P.B. With Ring Binding Printed in2006, A reprint. Contents: Starters, Soups, Salads, Vegetarian, Fish, Meat & Poultry, Pasta, Desserts, Baking, Preserves & Chutneys, Miscellanus.128 Pages. £6
256. Favourite Recipes 2. Produced by Women For Mission Free Church of Scotland. P.B. With Ring Binding Printed in 2005. Contents: Starters, Soups, Salads, Vegetarian, Fish, Meat, Pasta, Desserts, Easy Entertaining, Low Fat, Gluten Free, Budget, International, Snacks, Baking, Preserves, Microwave, Miscellaneous, Index. 143 Pages. £6
257. Steamers of the Clyde. Memories of the Clyde. By Tom Hart, Iain Maclagan and David G. Will. A4 Size Publication, originally Published in 1967, put together then by John Nicholson and George Stromier. 26 Pages of Photos and Text. £6
258. The Painted Hat. Reminiscences of a Minister’s Wife by Jessie Mary Traill Lyon. Booklet, printed in 1993. Contents: London, Paisley, Addiewell, Victoria Street, Dundee, Kilconquhar. 55 Pages. £6
259. Dunbarney -A Parish With a Past by J.W. & R.E. Seah. P.B. Published in 1985. Eight Chapters. 80 Pages. £6
260. Glencoe and the Indians. A real life family saga which spans two continents, several centuries and more than thirty generations to link Scotland’s clans with the native peoples of the American West by James Hunter. H.B. With D/J Published 1996. 6 Chapters, 1ppendix 36 Macdonald Generations, References, Bibliography, Index. 2 Maps. 224 Pages. £6
261. A Dance Called America. The Scottish Highlands the United States and America by James Hunter. P.B. Published in 1994. 1 1 Chapters, Notes, Bibliography, Index. 288 Pages. £6
262. The Northern Highlands. A Dynamic Economy in a Living Landscape. P.B. Published in 2007. An SNH Publication. Contents: Townscapes, The Fertile Farmland of Caithness, Eastern Cliffs and Harbours, Strathoykel And Beinn Dearg, Strath Brora and lairg, The Hills and Moors of Central Scotland, The Flow Country, Great Straths, The North Coast Duncansby Head to Strathy Point, The North Coast Strathy to Loch Eriboll, The Band of Green, Cape Wrath and the Parph, The Rugged Interior: Foinaven to Ben More Assynt, The Mountains of Assynt, North West Ross. 79 Pages. £6
263. George Washington Wilson and Victorian Glasgow. P.B. Published in 1983. 51 Photographs in Total. 44 Pages. £8
264. A Swedish Field Trip to the Outer Hebrides, 1934. In memory of Sven T Kjellberg and Olaf Hasslof. Compiled and Edited by Alexander Fenton With Mark A Mulhern. H.B. With D/J Published in 2012. Contents: Places and Scholarship, The Diary and Notes, A Century of Change in the Outer Isles, Notes, Bibliography, Index. 110 Pages. £10
265. Wild Harbour by Ian Macpherson. H.B. With D/J Published in 1981. With Introduction by Donald Campbell. A novel set in the Highlands in the 1930’s. 251 Pages. £6
266. The Year of the Thistle. Scotland’s Grand Slam 1983-84 by Norman Mair. H.B. With D/J Published in 1984. 12 Chapters, Includes Biographies of all the players who took part in the historic win. 197 Pages. £6
267. The Clyde. A Portrait of a river by Michael Moss. P.B. Published in 1997, this reprint is from 2002. Nine Chapters, with many Photographs. 160 Pages. £8
268. Victorian Ordnance Survey Maps of Scotland. Printed from the originals which came out in 1896. North Uist, Lewis, Harris, Lewis North. £15 for the 4.
269. Cogadh na Saorsa. Solus Lathail. P.B. Air fhoillseachadh ann an 1943. Leabharann a chaidh a foillseachadh dhan an fheadhainn a bha dion na dutcha as an dara cogadh. 96 Duilleag. £8
270. The History of the Perthshire & Kinross Shire Constabularies by Willie MacFarlane. A4 Size Publication. Published in 2011 and includes newspaper cuttings. 71 Pages and Photographs. £8
271. Steamers of the Clyde & Western Isles. Memories of the Clyde. A4 Size Publication. Published in 1997. Text by John Nicholson, Robin Boyd and Iain Quinn. 28 Pages. £8
272. The Skye Bridge Story multi national interests and people power. Compiled by Andy Anderson. H.B. With D/J Published in 2009. Nine Chapters and photographs. 253 Pages. A Bilingual Publication. £8
273. Everlasting Love Devotional Sermons by Murdoch Campbell. H.B. With D/J. Date of Publishing not given. 12 Chapters. 94 Pages. £6
274. Echoes of an Era. Shawbost Free Church of Scotland Its Origins and History. By Malcolm Macleod. Booklet, printed in 2014. 8 Chapters, 7 Appendixes, Bibliography and Index. 72 Pages. Which includes Photographs. £6
275. The Soap Man. Lewis, Harris and Lord Leverhulme by Roger Hutchinson. H.B. With D/J Published in 2003. Nine Chapters, Notes, Bibliography and Index. The story of Lord Leverhulme’s ownership of the Islands of Lewis and Harris, from 1918 until 1923, his plans and the disputes are well chronicled in this publication. 236 Pages. £8
276. The Stones of Iona by John Mackenzie Semple. The Black Monks and the Lords of the Isles. Booklet, First Edition was printed I July 1964, this Second Edition is from March 1967. The booklet is in Three Parts: Part One looks at The Druids, Saint Columba, The Celtic Church, The Black Stones of Iona, The Fall of the Lordship of the Isles, The Fall of the Abbey, The Walls of the Abbey, “Sermons in Stones”. Part II The Tombs of the Glens and (Clergy), Part III: The Statues of Icolmkill, The Wars for the Stuarts, “Among the Ruins of Iona”, Latterday Pilgrims. 36 Pages and a Map. £10
277. I Ran With The Gang. My Life in and Out of The Bay City Rollers. Alan Longmuir with Martin Knight. H.B. With D/J Published in 2018. 18 Chapters, Epilogue, End Piece, Caroline Coon Article, Timeline. Includes Photographs. 190 Pages. £6
278. PS Waverley. The First Sixty Years by Alistair Deayton and Iain Quinn. P.B. Originally Published in 2007, this reprint is from 2013. Contents: Acknowledgements, Foreword, Introduction, Timeline, Routes Served, Part I In Commercial Service. Part II The Preservation Years 1975-date. 128 Pages which includes many photographs. £8
279. Great Glasgow Stories by John Burrowes. P.B. Originally Published in 1998, this edition is from 2010. From the Battle of George Square to the bravery of Glasgow people during the Blitz, Great Glasgow Stories provides an all encompassing view of the city throughout the eras. 20 Chapters, 254 Pages. £5
280. The Islander and the Orb by Janet Hunter. The History of the Harris Tweed Industry 1855-1995. H.B. With D/J Published in 2001.22 Chapters, Appendix, Bibliography, Illustrations -Graph of Production of Harris Tweed. 375 Page. £10
281. Rona The Distant Island by Michael Robson. P.B. Published in 1991. The book is in four Parts: Part I: An Older World, Part II: Tenants and Crofting, Part III: Visitors Days. Part IV: Affections of the Ness People, References and notes, 3 Appendixes: Rona, Placenames of Rona, Map of Rona. Includes Photographs. 179 Pages. £12
282. Saved at a Highland Sheiling by John M Nicolson. Booklet, date of printing unknown. 8 Pages. £6 (Scarce)
283. My Friend Jessie Anne MacFarquhar of Dell Farm Ness. Compiled by Annie Morrison. Booklet, date of printing unknown. 28 Pages. £6
284. Highlands and Islands of Scotland. A New Guide Book with a Portrait by Alastair M. Dunnett. H.B. With D/J. Published in 1951. 92 Pages which includes many photographs. £8
285. Lowlands of Scotland. A New Guide Book with a portrait by John R. Allan. H.B. With D/J Published in 1951. Contents: Portrait of Lowlands of Scotland, The Tours, Gazetteer, Photographs. 92 Pages. £8
286. A Gaelic Grammar Containing The Parts of Speech and The General Principles of Phonology and Etymology with A Chapter on Proper and Place Names by George Calder. H.B. Published in 1923. 352 Pages. £8
287. Maxwell’s Ghost. An Epilogue to Gavin Maxwell’s Camus Fearna by Richard Frere. With decorations by Robin McEwan. P.B. Originally Published in 1976, this reprint is from 1994. 18 Chapters. 253 Pages, £8
288. The Next Horizon. Memories of a Hebridean Skipper by Ewan Nicolson with Allan Henderson. The life story of Nicolson, born and brought up in Grimsay, North Uist and spent the majority of his life at sea. A heart warming honest account of a seafarer who triumphs over the sea and alcoholism with humour and great courage. An enthralling tale. 152 Pages. £8
289. Island Pilot -Captain Alan Whitfield. P.B. Published in 1995, this second edition is from 2007. 13 Chapters, Epilogue, 3 Appendices and Maps. 132 Pages. £6
290. Gaelic Songs in Nova Scotia. Edited by Helen Creighton and Calum Macleod. With a new Preface by Helen Creighton. P.B. Originally Published in 1964, this reprint is from 1979. 93 Songs in total with Bibliography and Index. All songs come with an English translation and accompanied by the musical score. 308 Pages. £25
291. Peterhead Porridge. Tales from the Funny Side of Scotland’s Most Notorious Prison by James Crosbie. P.B. Published in 2007, this reprint is from 2014. 30 Chapters and Epilogue, includes Photographs. 273 Pages. £5
292. Mochtar is Dughall le Deorsa Caimbeul Hay. P.B. air fhoillseachadh ann an 1982, 62 duilleagan. £6
293. Fear Siubhal Nan Gleann. Orain agus Dain Murchadh Moireasdan, Siadar, Barabhas. Leodhas. H.B. Air fhoillseachadh ann an1923. Cunntas mu beatha an ughdair le Iain N Macleoid. 24 Orain agus coig orain air an eadar theangachadh bhon a bheurla. 86 Duilleag. £15
294. Only The Sunny Days. Memories of a Barra Childhood by Catriona MacNeil. P.B. Published in 1988, Thirteen Chapters, Epilogue 3stories relating t her native Isle. Written in a simple pictorial style,and illustrated with drawings and old photographs, this book gives a remarkably complete picture of a bygone way of life. 99 Pages. £6
295. Great Scott! The autobiography of Scotland’s most capped player. Scott Hastings and Derek Douglas. H.B. With D/J Published in 1996. 12 Chapters, Statistics and photographs. 190 Pages. £6
296. Jackie Stewart. A Restless Life. The Biography by Timothy Collings and Stuart Sykes. 16 Chapters, Bibliography, Index and Photographs. 296 Pages. £6
297. The Real Monty. The Autobiography of Colin Montgomerie with Lewine Mair. H.B. With D/J Published in 2002. 23 Chapters, Appendices -Career Record and includes photographs. 216 Pages. £6
298. Samuel Johnson and James Boswell. A Journey to the Western Islands of Scotland and The Journal of a tour to the Hebrides. P.B. Published in 1993. 429 Pages. £5
299. The Wiles of the World. Caran An T-Saoghail. Edited by Donald E.Meek. Anthology of 19th Century Scottish Gaelic Verse. Contents: Homeland, Clearances and Social Change, Life in Lowland Cities, Transport and Travel, Satire and Social Comment, Eulogy and Salutation, Elegy, Love, Hymns and Spiritual Verse, War, Protest and Politics, Popular Sentiment, Notes on the Poems, The Poets Brief Biographies, Bibliography, Index of Poem Titles, Index of First Lines. 498 Pages. £10
300. Crossing The Minch. Exploring the Links Between Skye and the Outer Hebrides. An Islands Book Trust Publication. The Proceedings of a two day Conference held on Skye on 4th and 5th May 2007. P.B. Published in 2008. Contents: Introduction and Conclusions, Siol Torcuil and their Lordship in the Sixteenth Century, Mairi Nighean Alasdair Ruaidh, Migration Links Between Skye and the Outer Hebrides, Where do People Speak Gaelic? Skye and the Western Isles, Sporting Links between Skye and the Outer Hebrides. 76 Pages. £6
301. Hot Foot Through The Highlands by Alan Plowright. P.B. Published in 1997. Contents: Deeside to Loch Lomond, The West Highland Way, Ben Nevis, The Great Glen and Glen Shiel, Wester ross and Sutherland, The North Coast. 242 Pages, Includes Photographs. £6
302. For The People’s Cause. From the Writings of John Murdoch by James Hunter. Highland and Irish Land Reformer. Contents: A Highland Boyhood, An Exciseman in Scotland, Ulster and Lancashire, Smugglers, Shipwrecks and Journalism in Islay, Kintyre and Dublin, The Land for the People, An Islay Clearance, Ireland, London and Shetland, Campaigning in the Highlands, A Highlander in the United States and Canada, The Crofter Revolt. 204 Pages. £10
303. The Track of the Wild Otter by Hugh Miles.Drawings and Paintings by John Busby. H.B. With D/J Published in 1984, this edition is from 1989. 11 Chapters and Technical Notes. 161 Pages. £6
304. Mar Sgeul A Dh’Innseas Neach le Cailean T MacChoinnich. P.B. Air Fhoillseachadh ann an 1971. 13 Sgeulachdan Uile gu leir. 100 Duilleag. £6
305. The Story of Crofting in Scotland by Douglas Willis. P.B. Originally Printed in 1991, this reprint is from 1995. 13 Chapters, Further Reading and Index. Includes Photographs. 168 Pages. £6
306. A Gaelic Anthology by S.D.P Clough. Passages from Early and Modern Irish and from Scottish Literature. P.B. Published in 1987. Contents: Early Irish, Scottish Gaelic, Modern Irish, An Irish Autumn, Selected Texts, Notes and includes a Supplement: (Early Irish) to ‘A Gaelic Anthology’. 99 Pages. £8
307. Everyday Gaelic by Morag MacNeill. New Edition. P.B. Published in 2006, this is a reprint from 2006. 138 Pages. £6
308. Last of the Free. A Millennial History of the Highlands and Islands of Scotland by James Hunter. H.B. With D/J Published in 1999. 9 Chapters, Conclusion, References, Bibliography, Index. Includes Photographs. 416 Pages. £8
309. The Caledonian Kitchen. A selection of delicious recipes from around Scotland to help raise funds for people living with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. Compiled by Julia & Kenny Munro. H.B. Published in 2009. Contents: Celebrities, Restaurants, Supporters, Starters, Soups & Salads, Main Dishes, Desserts & Baking, Sponsors, Notes. 146 Pages. £6
310. Monty Halls Great Escape. Beachcomber Cottage. My Search for the Simple Life. P.B. Published in 2009. 11 Chapters, Epilogue and Acknowledgements. Includes Photographs and separate chapters on My First Game of Shinty, The Bat Pull, The Glamaig Hill Race, The Highland Games, The Goodbye Party. 288 Pages and Photographs. £6
311. The Pleader. An Autobiography by Len Murray. Murray was one of the most respected Lawyers of his generation. H.B. With D/J Published in 2002. 49 Chapters and an Epilogue. Includes Photographs. 240 Pages. £6
312. George Washington Wilson in Edinburgh. Booklet, printed in 1986. Edited by Peter L Payne. 44 Pages. £8
313. The Best of Angus Og by Ewen Bain. Introduction and Commentry by Sheila Bain. P.B. Published in 1990. Contents: 1960- A teenage tangle O’ the Isles or Enchanted Chanter, 1965 -Angus Og and the Peat Reek, 1983 -The Listeners, 1984 -Instant Thrift, 1986 -The Bye Election, 1986-87 -The Great Gosugna. Over 100 pages of Cartoons. £10
314. Giles Sunday Express & Daily Express Cartoons. Twenty -ninth Series. P.B. Published in 1975. £8
315. Comann Eachdraidh Charlabhaigh. Carloway Historical Society. “Sop as gach Seid” The Society’s annual magazine. A4 Size Colour Publication. Issue No 38 August 2012. A very good mix of historical and current articles and photographs. 56 Pages. £6
316. Grace Abounding to the Chief of Sinners. Gras am Pailteas do Cheann Feadhna Nam Peacach le Iain Bunian. H.B. Air Fhoillseachadh ann an 1873. Ann an Gaidhlig. 223 Duilleagan. £45
317. The World to Come or Visions of Heaven and Hell. A Saoghal a tha ri Teachd no Seallaidhean Neimh agus Ifrinn le Iain Bunian. H.B. Air fhoillseachadh ann an 1891. 172 Pages. £45
318. MacEachen’s Gaelic English Dictionary. Third Edition. Revised and Enlarged by Alexander MacBain and John Whyte. H.B. Published in 1906. 407 Pages. £15
319. Life of Rev Donald John Martin. Preacher, Soul Winner, Social Reformer by Rev. Norman C. Macfarlane Juniper Green. P.B. Published in 1914. Contents include; Birth and Ancestry, New College Professrs and Class Fellows, Isle of Lewis and Its Ministers, Stornoway Church and Its Office Bearers, Revival of 1880, Temperance Reform, Views on the Sacraments, Public Controversies, Marriage and Revival, Oban Its Ministers, etc, Called to Oban, Visit to India, Influence With Young Men, The Church Union and Law Courts, The appeal of Scenery, His Gaelic and His Poetry, Sermon Preparation, Appearances and last Days, etc, etc. 287 Pages. £25
320. Cailleach an Deacoin. Murchadh Macmhathain. Air a dheasachadh le Fionnlagh Macleoid. Na Dealbhan le Gus Wylie. Booklet, air fhoillseachadh ann an 1979. Cunntas beatha a Chailleach a thug gaire air iomadach daoine thairis air na bliadhnachan. Le dealbhan cuideachd. £10
321. James Hogg. A Tour of the Highlands in 1803. A Series of Letters by James Hogg, The Ettrick Shepherd Addressed to Sir Walter Scott, Bart. P.B. Published in 1986. 118 Pages £8
322. The Rev Dr Archibald Clerk’s ‘Notes of Every Thing’ Kilmallie Parish Minister’s Diary of c. 1864. With an index of persons named in its text. Prefaced by the illustrated story of his family. The Clerks of Kilmallie. Booklet, printed in 1987. 5 Chapters and Photographs. 74 Pages. £6
323. Hebridean Heroines. Twentieth Century Queen’s Nurses (1940s -1970s) by Catherine M. Morrison. P.B. Published in 2017.This book provides a fascinating insight into the lives of women from the Western Isles of Scotland who worked as district nurses in the mid twentieth century. 11 Chapters, Bibliography, About the Author and contains photographs. 121 Pages. £10
324. Scotland. An account of her triumphs and defeats her manners institutions and achievements in art and literature from earliest times to the deaths of Scott by R.L. Mackie. H.B. Published in 1916. Thirty Five Chapters, Plates. 587 Pages. £35
325. The Ancient Monuments of the Western Isles. A visitors guide to the Principal Historic Sites and monuments by Noel Fojul, Denys Pringle and Bruce Walker. 10 Chapters and includes many photographs. P.B. Originally Published in 1994, this revised edition is from 2003. 72 Pages. £8
326. Shinty Yearbook 1973 -74. Editor Peter R English. A5 Size Publication which has historical articles, Schools Shinty, League and cup information. 129 Pages and includes many photographs. £8
327. Shinty Yearbook 1976-77. Edited by Douglas Lowe and Richard Tulloch. A5 Size Publication. Contains the usual articles about the history of the game and the season just passed. School’s Shinty and photographs. Both Historical and Current. 96 Pages. £8
328. Shinty Yearbook 1977-78. A5 Size Publication. Edited by Douglas Lowe and Richard Tulloch. A good mixture of articles about Shinty history and the modern game, school’s shinty and statistics and many photographs. 120 Pages. £8
329. Shinty Yearbook 1979. Edited by Douglas Lowe, Richard Tulloch and Liz Macinnes. Historical articles, the season just passed, School’s Shinty, Statistics and a wide selection of photographs. 92 Pages. £8
330. Shinty Yearbook 1981. Edited by Douglas Lowe, Richard McKinlay and Ken Thomson. A5 Size Publication. Usual mix of historical articles current season’s, School’s Shinty, Statistics and Photographs. 92 Pages. £8
331. Shinty Yearbook 1983. Edited by Liz Macinnes, Douglas Lowe, Richard Tulloch and Donnie Mackenzie. A5 Size Publication. A good mix of historical and articles about the year just passed, School’s Shinty, Statistics and photographs. 92 Pages. £8
332. Shinty Yearbook 1984. Editors Douglas Lowe and Hugh Maclennan. A5 Size Publication. A good mix of Historical and current articles, School’s Shinty, Statistics and Photographs. 76 Pages. £8
333. Shinty Year Book 1985. A5 Size Publication. With the usual articles of historical and current content, School’s Shinty, Statistics and Photographs. 94 Pages. £8
334. Shinty Yearbook 1986. Editors Liz Macinnes and Douglas Lowe. A5 Size Publication. Articles on the history and the season of 86, School’s Shinty, Statistics and Photographs. 96 Pages. £8
335. Shinty Yearbook 1987. Editors Liz Macinnes and Douglas Lowe. A4 Size Publication which contains the usual Historical and current season’s news, School’s Shinty, Statistics and Photographs. 56 Pages. £8
336. Shinty Yearbook 1989. Editors Liz Macinnes and Douglas Lowe. A4 Size Publication. Contents: Features, Personalities, Photo Features, Comments, Match Reports, Obituaries, Juvenile Shinty, Other Articles. 56 Pages. £8
337. Shinty Yearbook. A4 Size Colour Publication. Editor Hugh Dan Maclennan. Contains the usual articles of historical and past season information, juvenile Shinty, League Tables and Photographs. 64 Pages. £8
338. Shinty Centenary Yearbook. 1993. A4 Size Publication. Editor Hugh Dan Maclennan. Contains numerous articles about the Centenary Year, historical and the past season’s information, Juvenile Shinty and a good number of Photographs. 96 Pages. £8
339. Shinty Yearbook 1994-95. A4 Size Colour Publication. Editor Hugh Dan Maclennan. Contains articles of Historical and the season past, Juvenile Shinty, League Tables,Award Winners and many Photographs. 66 Pages. £8
340. Shinty Yearbook 1995-96. A4 Size Colour Publication. Editor Hugh Dan Maclennan. A good mix of historical and current season’s content, Juvenile Shinty, Obituaries, Statistics, and Photographs. 60 Pages. £8
341. Shinty Yearbook 1971-96. Silver Jubilee Edition. A4 Size Colour Publication. Editor: Hugh Dan Maclennan. Contents include a look book at previous Yearbooks since 1971 and those involved. The usual mix of Historical and season just past articles. Statistics, Past articles from previous magazines. Photographs. 68 Pages. £8
342. Shinty Yearbook 1996-97. A4 Size Colour Publication. Editor Hugh Dan Maclennan. Historical and past season information, Statistics, Youth Development, Obituaries, Photographs. 68 Pages. £8
343. Shinty Yearbook 1997-98. A4 Size Colour Publication. A good mixture of historical and modern day articles, Youth Shinty, Internationals, Statistics, Obituaries and Photographs. 44 Pages. £8
344. Shinty Yearbook 1998-99. A4 Size Colour Publication which contains the usual mix of articles -Historical and modern day, Youth, Internationals, Youth, Statistics, Obituaries and Photographs. 44 Pages. £8
345. Shinty Yearbook 2002. A4 Size Publication. Editor Hgh Dan Maclennan. A good mix of historical and current content, Youth Shinty, Statistics, Obituaries and Photographs. 48 Pages. £8
346. Shinty Yearbook 2005. A4 Colour Publication. Historical and past season content, Youth, Statistics, Internationals, Obituaries and Photographs. 46 Pages. £8
347. Shinty Yearbook 2010. Review of Season 2010. A4 Size Colour Publication. Historical and past season information, Cup Final reports and Photographs, Statistics, etc. £8
348. 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. Includes Photographs. Signed by the Author.209 Pages. £8
349. Triumph and Tragedy in the CrowsNest Pass. Edited by Diana Wilson. P.B. Published in 2005. Rich in story, the Crowsnest Pass Region in the southern Rocky Mountains still bears evidence of its tragedies, and one monumental triumph -a railroad rammed through the pass in 18 months. The railway was built by men who toiled with horses and primitive tools to carve the way for industry. 6 Chapters and photographs. 168 Pages. £6
350. Healing Threads. The Traditional Medicines of the Highlands and Islands by Mary Beith. P.B. Published in 1995, this reprint is from 2004. 14 Chapters, notes on sources, selected bibliography, index. 294 Pages. A presentation copy signed by the author. £8
351. Tales and Travels of a Schools Inspector John Wilson. Foreword by Brian Wilson. In the Highlands and Islands at the end of the 19th Century. Includes Jura, Heisker, Islay, Orkney, Coll, Argyll, Lewis and many others. P.B. Originally Published in 1928, reprinted in 1998, this reprint is from 2006. 21 Chapters. 244 Pages. £6
352. The Life and Conversion of Dugald Buchanan Who died at Bannach in 1768. (Written by himself) to which is annexed his spiritual hymns. H.B. Published in 1889. 6 chapters, 8 spiritual songs al in Gaelic. 232 Pages. £25
353. Scotch & Wry Starring Rikki Fulton. Edited by Gordon Menzies. P.B. Published in 1986. 62 of the best known scripts are in this book. Includes photographs. 143 Pages. £8
354. The Patter Another Blast by Michael Munro. Illustrations by John Byrne.P.B. Published in 1988. 99 Pages. £5
355. Those Were The Years by CA Oakley. The Autobiography of Charles Oakley. An autobiographical book which is set in the period from the end of the First World war to the Present Day. H.B. With D/J Published in 1983. 6 Chapters and Photographs. 166 Pages and signed by the author. £10
356. Orain Dhomhnaill Ailein Dhomhnaill Na Bainich. The Songs of Donald Allan Macdonald 1906-1992. Edited by John Angus Macdonald. H.B. With D/J Published in 1999. Contents include; Index of Songs, Index of First Lines, Genealogy, Biographical Sketch of the Bard, Formative Influences, the Bard within the tradition of Gaelic Verse, Local Tradition, the Composition of his songs, Collecting and Editing the Songs, Introductory Note to the Songs, Songs and Translations, Background, Tunes, Critical Assessment, Conclusion. 317 Pages. £12
357. Harris In History and Legend by Bill Lawson. P.B. originally Published in 2002, this reprint is from 2011. Contents: Prologue, Tarasaigh, Caol Na Hearadh, Tairbeart and na Baigh, The Forest and Scalpaigh, Hiort (St Kilda), Epilogue,Appendix, References. Photographs. 222 Pages. £8
358. The Highlands and the Highlanders. The Past and Future of a Race. Printed for The Highlands Committee Empire Exhibition, Glasgow 1938. Part One: The Highlands; The Social Life of the Clans, The Gaelic Literature of Scotland, Production and Trade, Law in the Glens, The Humour of the Gael. Part Two: Wanted -A Broader Outlook, Land Settlement and Industry, Water Power in the Highlands, Transport and Communications, Economic Possibilities. Includes Illustrations. 165 Pages. £25
359. Island of Kerrera. Mirror of History by H. Macdougall. A4 Size Publication Published in 1979. Contents: Historical, Gylen Castle and Sindrie Houses, Merklands, Crops and Beasts, Rents and Services, Farm Graith, Bailemor Township and farm, Meal Mills, Sea and Land Harvest. Includes Illustrations. 157 Pages. £10
360. Luinneagan Mhicleoid. Bardachd is Orain Iain Aonghas Macleoid. Leabharann air fhoillseachadh ann an 1973. 21 Orain uile gu leir. 59 Pages. £6
361. Proceedings of the Royal Society Of Edinburgh. Section B Biological Sciences. Vol 77 1979. H.B. Published in 1979. The Natural Environment of the Outer Hebrides. Edited by Dr John Morton Boyd. Contents: Introduction, The Physical Environment, The Marine Environment, The Vegetation, Freshwaters and Terestrial Invertebrates, The Avifauna, Resources and Planning. 561 Pages. £25
362. Memories of the Island of Scarp by Donald John Macleod. Booklet, printed in 2009. 32 Pages. £6
363. Christian Woman Compiled by Annie Morrison. Contents: Catherine Mackay (Catriona Hangie), Bean a Mhillion, Margaret Mackenzie (Cailleach Tob), Jessie Maciver Bean Aonghais Ruaidh, Flora Macdonald Barvas. 36 Pages. £6
364. Game in Lewis and Harris. Past and Present. By David S.D. Jones. Booklet, printed in 2007. Contents: Game on Lewis and Harris, Game Preservation, Game Records, Fish on Lewis and Harris, Vermin. Includes Photographs. 64 Pages. £10
365. An t-Eilean Beag Lurach Mu Thuath. Orain Anndra Linc Horasairigh. The Songs of Andrew Laing of Horasairigh 1900-1969. Edited by Naomi Harvey. P.B. Published in 2014. 18 Songs in Gaelic and English and includes a biography and a family tree of the Bard’s Family. £8
366. A Brief Record of The Church In Uig (Lewis) Up to the Union of 1929 by John Macleod. A4 Size Publication. 25 Chapters,5 Appendices and Photographs. 66 Pages. Printed in 2001. £10
367. Lest We Forget. Memoirs of Tom Mackenzie. P.B. Published in mid 90’s. The Autobiography of Tom Mackenzie, for many years a Councillor in Inverness and a man who contributed enormously to many organisations in his native town, and for his public service the honour of Freeman of Inverness was bestowed on him. 100 Pages, which includes photographs and signed by the author. £6
368. Discovering Inverness Shire by Lorraine Maclean of Dochgarroch. P.B. Published in 1988. 13 Chapters, Further Reading and Index. Photographs. 251 Pages. £10
369. The Heather and the Gale. Clan Donald and Clan Campbell during the Wars of Montrose by Ronald Williams. P.B. Published in 1997. Contents: Premonition, The Heather and the Gale, The Lowland Antagonists, The Highland Campaigns, Retribution, List of maps, Footnotes, Select Bibliography, Index. 214 Pages. £8
370. Scottish Woollens. Published by Johnstons of Elgin. H.B. Originally Published in 1956, this reprint is from 2016. This book is a compilation of company newsletters from1931-1956. 42 Chapters and Illustrations. 279 Pages. £8
371. Seann Taighean Tirisdeach le Ailean Boyd. P.B. Air Fhoillseachadh ann an 1986. Deich Caibidealan, Faclair agus deilbh. 32 Duilleag. £6
372. A School in South Uist. Reminiscences of a Hebridean Schoolmaster, 1890-1913.By F.G. Rea Edited with Introduction by John Lorne Campbell. H.B. With D/J Published in 1964. 1st Edition. Contents: Foreword by Kate Macphee, Introduction by J.L. Campbell, Preface by F.G. Rea, A School in South Uist, Index. 214 Pages. £12
373. A St Kilda Handbook. Editor Alan Small. Booklet, Printed in 1979. Contents: Introduction, The Physical Landscape, Weather, Natural History, Archaeology, Norse and Post Norse St Kilda, Historical St Kilda, Exploring Hirta, Military Aspects of St Kilda, Tailpeace. 95 Pages. £8
374. The Crofter & The Laird by John Macphee. H.B. Published in 1969, this reprint is from 1972. This book is the story and an evocation of one small Scottish island -Colonsay. The Author an American who was a staff writer on the New York Times, took his wife and family to live on the island one summer to discover its history, its customs, its legends and its people. This is his story. 159 Pages. £6
375. Kilmuir Church, North Uist Recipes. P.B. With Ring Binding printed in 2006. Contents: Starters, Soup, Fish, Chicken, Meat, Salads, Vegetarian, Puddings, Baking, Confectionary, Preserves, Index. 102 Pages. £8
376. Thugam agus Bhuam le Padruig Moireasdan. Sgeulachdan agus Orain Phadruig le Domhnall Eairdsidh Domhnallach. Clar Innsidh: Sgeulachdan agus Naidheachdan, Orain Phadruig, Oran a Rinn a Mhathair. P.B. Air Fhoillseachadh ann an 2007. 113 Duilleag. £8
377. Brodick Castle. Country Park and Goatfell. Booklet, printed in 2015. 36 Pages. £6
378. The Highlands & Islands of Scotland by A.C. O’Dell & Kenneth Walton. H.B. With D/J Published in 1962. 1st Edition. 16 Chapters. Subjects which include; The Physical Environment, Climate, Soils and Vegetation, Prehistoric Phase, The Dark Ages, Castle & Church, Pre 1707 Burghs, Industry and trade, The Region in the Eighteenth Century, Rural Life and Landscape Changes Since 1800, Post War Changes, The Highlands, The Islands, etc, etc. Includes Illustrations. 353 Pages. £25
379. West Highlands Survey. An Essay in Human Ecology. Edited by F. Fraser Darling. Contents: A Brief Historical Resume of the Highland Problem, Relief, Land Forms, Vegetation and Communications,Population, The Ecology of land Use, The Agricultural Situation, The Social Situation, Summary of the West Highland Survey Report. Includes Tables, Figures & Plates. H.B. With D/J Published in 1955, this is a second Edition from 1956. 438 Pages. £20
380. On the Other Side of Sorrow. Nature and People in the Scottish Highlands by James Hunter. H.B. With D/J Published in 1995. 6 Chapters, Notes, Bibliography and Index. 219 Pages. £6
381. Ravens and Black Rain. The Story of Second Sight by Elizabeth Sutherland. The Story of Highland second sight, including a new collection of the prophecies of the Brahan Seer. H.B. With D/J Published in 1985. Part One: Second Sight Through the Centuries, Part Two: Seers Once and Now, Part Three: Second Sight Today, Appendix. 368 Pages. £8
382. A Life in Forestry by John McEwan. Edited by Doris Hatvany. P.B. Published in 1998. 11 Chapters, 95 Pages. £8
383. The People’s Palace & Glasgow Green by Elspeth King. P.B. Originally Published in 1985, this reprint is from 1988. 13 Chapters, Sources and map of the Glasgow Green Area. 128 Pages. £5
384. The Guga Hunters by Donald S Murray. Each year ten men from Ness, the district at the northern tip of the Isle of Lewis, sail north east to a remote and inhospitable rock called Sulasgeir. After two weeks they return with a cargo of 2,000 guga, pickled, salted and ready for the tables of Ness and beyond. H.B. With D/J Published in 2008. 8 Chapters, Endpiece, List of Crews and many photographs. 259 Pages. £8
385. Walks in Perthshire by Mary Welsh. Maps and Illustrations by Christine Isherwood. P.B. Published in 1992, this reprint is from 2003. 40 Walks in total. 141 Pages. £6
386. A Dance Called America. The Scottish Highlands the United States and Canada by James Hunter. H.B. With D/J Published in 1994.Eleven Chapters, Notes, Bibliography and Index. Includes Photographs. 288 Pages. £6
387. Rath Innis Dealbh Chluich Gaidhealach le Iain MacCormaig, Glaschu. Choisinn a Chluich seo and dara duais aig Mod Ghlaschu, 1921. Leabharann air fhoillseachadh ann an 1924.45 Duilleag. £6
388. Hector Cameron of Lochs and Back. The Story of an Island Ministry by Rev Murdo Macaulay. P.B. Published in 1982. Contents: Rev Hector Cameron, Ministry at Lochs, Park Erected into a Preaching Station, Kinloch, Ministry at Back, 2 Appendixes. 57 Pages. £6
389. Aitealan Dlu is Cian. (Aistidhean) leis An Urr Coinneach Ros. P.B. Air fhoillseachadh ann an 1972. 17 Sgeulachd gu leir. 127 Duilleag. £6
390. Eoin Mhara. Dealbhan le Istwyn Williams, Fiosrachadh le E.V. Breeze Jones, A Ghaidhlig le Frang U. Rennie. H.B. Air fhoillseachadh ann an 1983. 43 Duilleag. £6
391. Kilmuir & Kilmaluag North Skye. Echoes From The Past. A4 Size Publication. Published in 2006. 41 Chapters and Photos. Contents includes; Crofting, Social Customs, Land raids, Personalities, Health, Churches, Tales, Schooldays and many other subjects relevant to the area. 124 Pages. £10
392. Kilmuir & Kilmaluag North Skye. More Echoes from the Past. A4 Size Publication. Published in 2012. 39 Chapters and Photographs. Contents include; Life in the 1930’s and 40’s, Recollections of Growing up in Kilmuir, The Cousins who made it to the Top, The Last Tailor of Kilmuir, National Service, John N Macleod, Sheep and Shepherds, Kilmuir’s Watergate, Coastguard Station, The Martins of Bealach, The Break up of Duntulm Farm, The World Wars, etc, etc. Includes Photographs. 136 Pages. £10
393. Family Traditions John Macleod, 11 Melbost. Edited by William Cumming. Contents include; Family Tree, Letter from William Munro to John, Draft letter from John in response to a Stornoway Gazette article, Letter from Rev W Matheson, John’s biography of his brother, John’s memories of childhood events, the claim of next of kin to the Macleod’s of Lewis, etc, etc. A4 Size Publication. Printed in 2018. 31 Pages. £8
394. A Fraction of His Image. Booklet dedicated to the memory of Rev Tom Allan, former Minister Of St George’s Tron Church in Glasgow. Date of Printing Unknown. 34 Pages. Includes Photographs. £6
395. Sandy Lyle. To the Fairway Born. The Autobiography. Foreword by Seve Ballesteros. H.B. With D/J Published in 2006. 15 chapters, Postscript, Career Record, Index. Includes Photographs. 310 Pages. £5
396. The Yellow on the Broom by Betsy Whyte. The early days of a traveller woman. H.B. With D/J Published in 1979. 53 Chapters and traveller cant and Scots words used in my story. 186 Pages. £8
397. North Uist in History and Legend by Bill Lawson. P.B. Published in 2004. Contents: Na Machraichean, Na Cladaichean, Na Lochan, Sgire Shannda, Sgire Sholais, Epilogue, References, Maps, Index of Persons, Index of main Topics, Index of places and Photographs. 226 Pages. £8
398. An Guth Aoibhneach. Sgeulachdan le Pol MacAonghais. P.B. Air fhoillseachadh ann an 1993. 22 Sgeulachd goirid agus cunntas mu bheatha an ughdair. 132 Duilleag. £6
399. I Belong to Glasgow. The human history of the Glasgow underground by Gordon Casely and Bill Hamilton. P.B. First Published in December 1975, this reprint is from January 1976. 14 Chapters, 96 Pages. £5
400. McGraw. The Incredible Untold Story of Tam ‘The Licensee’ McGraw by Reg Mackay. Tam McGraw was one of Glasgow’s most feared Gangsters. He rose from poverty in the city’s East End to amass a fortune from crime and, when he died in 2007 his empire stretched from Glasgow to the Canaries. P.B. Published in 2008. 75 Chapters, Where Are The Now? Index. Includes Photographs. 312 Pages. £6