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Catalogue 32

June 2021









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1. The Men of the Lews by Rev Norman C. Macfarlane, Juniper Green, Edinburgh. H.B. Published in 1924. 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 Nicolson, Catechist Murdo Macleod, Lochs, Callum: The Seer of Shawbost, The Balalallan 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 Nicolson, Barvas. 271 Pages. £65
2. The House of the Isles by Alice Macdonald of the Isles. H.B. Privately Printed in 1925. This book once belonged to Seton Gordon, and includes a handwritten letter from the Author to Seton Gordon. Also, includes a receipt from 1978, when the book was sold by a bookshop stating it came from the collection of the late Seton Gordon. 29 Chapters, Plates. 3 Appendixes: Pedigree, and A Curiosity in Pedigrees and Index. 168 Pages. £65
3. Publications of the Scottish History Society Volume XXIV. Inverness and Dingwall Presbytery Records 1643-1688. Edited with an Introduction from the Original Manuscript by William Mackay. H.B. Published in 1896. 384 Pages which includes an Index. £45
4.Gaelic Gatherings or The Highlanders At Home, On the Hearth, The River, and the Loch. A series of Highly Interesting Plates, Picturesque Groups Engaged In their Social Employments, Their Sports and Pastimes, From original Paintings made Expressely for this work by R.R. McIan Esq. Contents: Introduction, Threshing Corn,Drovers,The Hand Mill, Girls Washing, Highland Foot Post, Highland Shepherd, Going to School, Gillies With Game, Gathering Dulse, Wool Carding, Angling, Deer Stalking, Spinning with the Distaff, Herring Fishery, Robbing an Eagle’s Nest, Fording a River, Spearing Salmon, Whiskey Still, Throwing The Stone, Macphee The Outlaw, Signal for the Boat, Gille Calum, Carrying Peat, Carrying Ferrn. Index. Includes Plates of the subject in every chapter. 269 Pages. £30
5.Titanic’s Predecessor. The S/S Norge Disaster of 1904 by Per Kristian Sebak. H.B. With D/J Published in 2004. The Norge was a Danish emigrant ship which, en route from Copenhagen, Christiana (Oslo) and Christiansand to New York carrying Scandinavian and Russian -Jewish Emigrants, struck a reef near Rockall, west of Scotland, and sank in twenty minutes on the morning of 28 June 1904. Six hundred and thirty five people perished and, as the Norge had no wireless, the 160 survivors spent up to eight days in open lifeboats without anyone knowing about the shipwreck. 22 Chapters, 4 Appendices, Glossary, Bibliography and Index. Includes 180 b/w photographs. Includes a list of the passengers and crew. 334 Pages. £15 Signed by the Author.
6. An Honourable Death.By Iain Crichton Smith. A novel based on the life of Major General Sir Hector Macdonald. H.B. With D/J Published in 1992. 14 Chapters. 135 Pages. Signed by the Author. £10
7.A Field Full of Folk A Novel by Iain Crichton Smith. H.B. With D/J Published in 1982. 29 Chapters. 144 Pages. Signed by the Author. £10
8. The Hermit and Other Stories by Iain Crichton Smith. H.B. With D/J Published in 1977. 10 stories in total. 160 Pages. A presentation copy signed by the author. Includes a letter from the author, newspaper cutting with the book review, and a photo from a newspaper of the author receiving his O.B.E award at Buckingham Palace. £15
9.The New Orkney Book. Compiled and Edited by John Shearer, W.Groundwater, J.D. Mackay. H.B. With D/J Originally Published in 1966, this reprint is from 1967. The book is in two Parts: Part One deals with the Norse Invasion and rule, the return to Scottish Rule, and the slow developments during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries from extreme poverty to comparative prosperity and, incidentally to its highest level of population. Part Two brings together modern writings in Prose and Verse from the work of Seven Orcadian writers and Poets. Part One has 19 Chapters and Part Two has 7 Chapters and Appendices and Index. Includes list of Illustrations. 183 Pages. Ex Library. £10
10.The Life and Sins of a Crofters Son by Hugh Macdonald Matheson. P.B. Published in 2011. Part One :The Early Days, Part Two: With the Royal Air Force, Part Three: A Policeman’s Lot, Part Four: Coming Home. Includes many photographs. 346 Pages. £10
11.McGinn of the Calton. The Life and Works of Matt McGinn 1928-1977. P.B. Published in 1987. Contents: Foreword, Introduction, Autobiography,Songs and Poems, Stories, BibliographyDiscography, Epilogue. Also includes Photographs. 203 Pages. £10
12. Willie Gavin, Crofter Man. A Portrait of a vanished Lifestyle by David Kerr Cameron. P.B. Originally Published in 1985, this reprint is from 1995. 22 Chapters, Illustrations, Select Glossary. 221 Pages. Ex Library. £6
13. Why am Not an Atheist by Alex J Macdonald. Booklet, printed in 2001. 15 Pages. £5
14. Seven Leaders. Preachers and Pastors by Iain H. Murray. H.B. With D/J Published in 2017. John Elias, Andrew Bonar, Archibald Brown, Kenneth Macrae, Martyn Lloyd Jones, W.J. Grier, John Macarthur. 7 Chapters, with a number of sub chapters on each Pastor and Preacher.Endnotes, General Index, Index of Authors and Works Cited. Includes Photographs. 279 Pages. £8
15.The Men of Lewis by Rev Norman C. Macfarlane. P.B. Published in 2015. A reprint with an updated foreword by Rev John J Murray. As with the first edition 34 Men or Groups of Men are profiled in this book. 271 Pages. £10
16. Sermons by the Late Rev John Macsween M.A. P.B. Published in 1999. Includes a short biography of the Rev Macsween who was a Minister in the Free Church of Scotland in Tongue, Skerray, Canada and finally in Point, Isle of Lewis. 20 Sermons in this book. 135 Pages. £8
17. Orkney’s Italian Chapel. By the Chapel Preservation Committee. Booklet, date of printing unknown. 20 Pages. £6
18.Sunderland Marine. Sunderland Marine Mutual Insurance. The first hundred years 1882-1982 by Patrick Beaver. P.B. Published in 1982. Contents: The book is in four parts; The Beginnings 1882-1920, Part Two, Decline 1921-1956, Part Three, Recovery, Part Four The Company Today. Four Appendices. 56 Pages which includes photographs. £6
19. Benbecula by Ray Burnett. P.B. Published in 1986. Contents: Balivanich, Aird and Balfinlay, Nunton, Griminish, Torlum and Borve, Liniclate, Creagorry and the South Ford, Hacklett to Peter’s Port and Uskevagh, Market Stance to Gramasdale and the North End. Sources and Select Bibliography. Includes Illustrations. 164 Pages. £15
20. by Eric Linklater. Illustrations by John Blake. 16 Chapters, Index, Illustrations. H.B. With D/J Published in 1967. 1st Edition. £12
21. Silver -An Aberdeen Anthology. Edited by Alan Spence & Hazel Hutchison. P.B. Published in 2009. Ten chapters: Silver City, Dark Grey Sea, Old Aberdeen, Folk, A City to Learn Live In, Grey Granite, Black Gold, Scarlet Goon, Outwith, All Seasons. Glossary, Biographical Notes, Acknowledgements. 170 Pages. £6
22. Ospreys and Speyside Wildlife. Published by The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds. Booklet, printed in 1973. Contents: Osprey’s Life, Osprey’s in Speyside, Wildlife in Speyside, Conservation, Places to Visit. 41 Pages. £8
23. Scotland’s Greatest Athlete. The Eric Liddell Story. By D.P Thomson. P.B. Published in 1970. 30 Chapters, Photographs and Acknowledgements. 240 Pages. £6
24. Harriet. A Highland Christian and her circle by Rev D.A. Macfarlane and others. Compiled and Edited by Norman Campbell and Robert Dickie. Booklet, Printed in 2020. 9 Chapters, Correspondence and Photographs. 103 Pages. £6
25. Land of the Seal People by Duncan Williamson. Edited by Linda Williamson. P.B. Published in 2010. 24 Chapters and Glossary. 205 Pages. £6
26. Sea Sorrow. The Story of the Iolaire Disaster. Booklet, printed in 1972. This publication is of a contemporary account of the disaster which appeared in the Stornoway Gazette in 1959. Booklet, 39 Pages of text, Photographs and a list of all those who perished is given at the end. £8
27. Memories of my Father. A Biography of Rev Murdo Macaulay (1907-2001) Included Edited Sermon Notes from Hebridean Newspaper by Donald John Macaulay. H.B. With D/J Published in 2018. A very detailed account of the life and ministry of Rev Macaulay from his young days to his ministry in Govan and Back. Eight Chapters in total, plus 13 Appendices and Numerous Photographs. 563 Pages. £12
28. The Lewis Peatlands. The Islands growing heart. Booklet, compiled by SNH in 2003. Contents include; Weaving and using the blanket, Seasonal startbursts, Jazz on the Moor, Cream of the bog, Partnership for Peat, etc, etc. 21 Pages of Text and Photographs. £6
29. A Guide to the Free Church of Scotland College and Offices by William S. Anderson. Booklet, printed in 1994. Contents: The Beginnings, James Brownhill’s Buildings, Distinctive Rooms, The First General Assembley of the Free Church of Scotland, The National Covenant of 1638, The Architects Window and the Memorial or Moncrieff Window, The Disruption Brooch, Biographical Sketches. 36 Pages of text and Photographs. £8
30.Free Church Ministers in Lewis (Presbytery) By Rev Murdo Macaulay. A4 Size Publication printed in 1994. A record of all those who served in each Free Church Congregation in Lewis and Harris, with a short biography and photograph of near enough all those named. 65 Pages. £10
31. Norman Macleod’s ‘S Trout Fishing in Lewis. With an Updated Introduction by Roddy J Macleod and Edward Young. Booklet, originally Printed in 1977, this edition is from 1993. 92 Pages of text and drawings. £8
32. Cuimhneachan. Remembrance. Bardachd a Chiad Chogaidh. Gaelic Poetry of World War One. P.B. Published in 2015. This is a Bilingual Publication. The Poetry is in Gaelic with English Translations. Contents: At the Outbreak of War, At the Battlefront, Our Land and the Heroes who Fell in Battle, The war at Sea, The View from Home, Loss, Peace, The Iolaire, Looking Back, 2014 Perspective, About the Poets, Notes. 509 Pages. £15

33. Fear Siubhal Nan Gleann. Orain agus Dain le Murchadh Macillemhoire Siadar, Barabhas. H.B. Air fhoillseachadh ann an 1923. Fiosrachadh mun a Bhaird. 24 Orain Gaidhlig agus coig orain air an eadar theangachadh bhon a bheurla. 86 Pages. £15

34. Gleann na h-Irioslachd. Dain Spioradail le Seonaid Nic Mhathain Eilean a Cheo. Spiritual Hymns by Mrs Jessie Matheson. Leabharann. 11 Dain gu leir. 20 Duilleag. £15 (Gann)

35. Iain Beag Fhionnlaigh Bragair Leodhais. Leabharann. 15 Dain Spioradail uile gu leir. Air fhoillseachadh s’docha aig toiseach 1950. 35 Duilleag. £6

36.Fiughalaich Eileanach. Alasdair Mhurchaidh a Liurbost agus Tigh Anna Mhor ann am Bruth. Leabharann air fhoillseachadh ann an 1947. 23 Duilleag. £6

37. The Coming Storm. Its Cause and Background by Rev Murdoch Campbell. Booklet, 49 Pages. £6

38. Bean Mo Ruin. Laoidhean agus Dain le Donnchadh Macasgaill. Booklet, air fhoillseachadh ann an 1987. 30 Laoidh agus Dain. 43 Duilleag. £8

39.Bardachd Uilleam Iain Caimbeul. Poems of Wiilliam John Campbell, Point, Isle of Lewis. P.B. Air fhoillseachadh ann an 2018. 30 Orain gu leir, le fiosrachadh mu beatha agus teaghlach a Bhard. Dealbhan anns a leabhar cuideachd. 102 Duilleag. £8

40. Here We Stand. The Free Church of Scotland 1843 1900 2000. The lectures on these three key dates in the History of the Free Church were put together in this booklet. 16 Pages. £6

41. Na Baird Thirisdeach Saothair air Co Luchd Dutcha Aig an Tigh’s Bhon Tigh Agus air a Dheasachadh leis an Urr. Eachann Camhshron. The Tiree Bards Being the Original Compositions of Natives of Tiree at Home and Abroad. Edited by the Rev Hector Cameron. H.B. Published in 1932. 1st Edition. Contents: Preface, Neil Lamont, Archibald Macphail, Archibald Maclean, Mrs Malcolm Macfadeyn, Donald macdonald, Donald Maclean, John Maclean, Bard Thighearna Chola, Charles Maclean, Dugald MacEachern, Rev John Maclean, Alexander Macdonald, By The Carpenter of the “Taeping”, Duncan Mackinnon, Rev John Gregorson Campbell, John Maclean, Balemartine, Lachlan Macdonald, John Maclean, Mrs Archibald Macdonald, Milton, Donald Macdonald, Milton,Alastair Macdonald, Euphemia Macdonald, Joseph Hardy, Mary Flora Macdonald, Neil Maclaine, John M Macmillan, Colin Macdonald, A.V. Christie, Angus MacKechnie, Rev William Macphail, Rev Alexander Mackinnon, Neil Campbell Colquhoun, Alick Macdonald, Milton, Charles Macdonald, Alexander Sinclair, Donald Sinclair, Marion Macdonald, Balephuill, By The Editor. 438 Pages. Spine Board is missing, but the spine cover is intact. £35

42. The Hebrides by Paul Murton. Present of BBC TV’s Grand Tours of the Scottish Islands. P.B. Published in 2017. Covers Gigha, Lorn and Mull, Skerryvore to Canna, Skye and Raasay, The Shiants, Eriskay to Barr Head, South Uist to the Monach Islands, Harris to St Kilda, Further Reading, Index. Eight Chapters in Total, plus numerous Photographs. 232 Pages. £8

43. Crowdie and Cream by Finlay J Macdonald. H.B. With D/J Published in 1982. 1st Edition. The nostalgic and often hilarious account of a childhood in Harris. 15 Chapters, 176 Pages. £6

44. Deatach. Rannan Leis an t-Urr Coinneach I MacNeacail. P.B. Air fhoillseachadh ann an 2011. Clar Innse: Fiosrachadh mu bheatha Choinnich MacNeacail, 19 Laoidhean uile gu leir ann an Gaidhlig agus air an eadar theangachadh gu beurla. Dealbhan cuideachd as an leabhar. 64 Duilleag. £6

45. Chum Fios Bhi Aig An Al Ri Teachd. Back Free Church Centenary History 1891 -1991 by Neil Murray. A record of the congregation, Office Bearers, Ministers, Noted Christians and photographs. 73 Pages. £6

46. No More Sea. Sermons and Addresses of the Rev Angus Finlayson North Tolsta Isle of Lewis.Includes a Biographical Introduction. 11 Sermons and Addresses, plus one Gaelic Spiritual Song. Booklet, printed in 1975. 71 Pages. £6

47. Thine Eyes Shall See The King in His Beauty by Rev Murdo Macaulay. This booklet came into existence as a result of the tramautic experience of the years of illness suffered by the wife of the author, which finally culminated in her death. P.B. Published in 1988. 76 Pages. £6

48. Hector Cameron Of Lochs and Back. The Story of an Island Ministry by Rev Murdo Macaulay. P.B. Published in 1982. 57 Pages. £6

49. The Converting Word. The testimonies of Malcolm Macleod and Duncan Macleod. Booklet, printed in 2010. Malcolm and Duncan Macleod were father and son and were originally from Shieldinish in Lochs. 20 Pages. £6

50. Comasan Na H-Urnuigh. The Possibilities of Prayer by J.H. Oldham. Translated from the English by Malcolm Macleod, Minister at Broadford, Skye. P.B. Published in 1913. 81 Pages. Slight tears at the top and bottom of the spine. £15

51. Calbost Croft Genealogy. Booklet, printed by Comunn Eachdraidh Na Pairc. Pairc Historical Society in 2006. The booklet is based on information collected by Angus Macleod. A history of all the crofts in Calbost and includes photographs. 35 Pages. £5

52. Adrift in Caledonia. Boat Hitching for the Unenlightened by Nick Thorpe. One clear morning in May, Nick Thorpe left his Edinburgh flat, ducked off the commuter route and hitched a ride aboard a little white canal boat, heading west towards the sea. This journey would take him 2500 miles through Scotland’s canals, lochs and coastal waters from the industrial Clyde to the scattered islands of Viking Shetland. P.B. Published in 2006, this reprint is from 2007. 42 Chapters, Epilogue and Photographs. 340 Pages. £6

53. As the Women Lay Dreaming. A novel of the Iolaire disaster by Donald S. Murray. P.B Published in 2018. 227 Pages. £6

54. Lewis In History and Legend. The East Coast by Bill Lawson. Contents: Sire Bhac, Mu Thimcheall Steornabhaigh, An Rubha, Sgire nan Loch, Steornabhagh, Epilogue, References, Picture Credits, Maps, Index of Persons, Index of Main Topics, Index of Places. P.B. Published in 2011. 252 Pages. £8

55. The Life of John Knox by Thomas M’Crie. H.B. Reprinted in 1960. 8 Chapters, Addenda -Several Opinions entertained respecting Knox, Sketch of His Character. 294 Pages. £8

56. Scots Worthies by John Howie of Lochgoin. Revised from the Author’s Original Edition by the Rev W.H. Carslaw. H.B. published in 1870. 71 Worthies are profiled in this work including; Robert Baillie, John Balfour of Kinloch, David Black, Robert Blair, John Brown, Robert Bruce, George Buchanan, Richard Cameron, Archibald Campbell, Marquis of Argyll, Donald Cargill, Robert Cunningham, Andrew Duncan, Robert Fleming, William Gordon of Earstoun, James & William Guthrie, Alexander Henderson, Thomas Hog, Archibald Johnston, John Knox, Angus MacBean, Andrew Melville, etc, etc. Includes illustrations. 627 Pages. Ex Library. Inside page is slightly torn, but otherwise fine. £35

57. Common Ground. This publication allows photographers to imagine overlapping and interleaving spaces where their work coincides to produce a momentary view of Scotland today. Four views of the nation are presented as it stands on a historic fulcrum. This work was the focus of an exhibition which ran at Street Level Photoworks in Glasgow from 26th August until 19th October 2014. A4 Size Publication. Contents: A Fine Line. American Always, Scottish Forever, Unsullied and Untarnished, Drawn to the Land, Should Scotland be an Independent Country, Scottish Sweet Sixteen, Scotia Nova, The Fall and Rise of Ravenscraig, Welsh Collective -A Fine Beginning. 83 Pages of Text and Photographs. £8

58. Eilean an Fhraoich Annual 1962. A4 Size Publication. Contents: Roll of Honour, Laughter in Court, Cosmopolitan Stornoway, The Rising Generation, In the Poacher’s Net, Picture of the Year, As I remember Lewis, Round Lewis with the Breve, Odd Things that Happen, Suil Air As, Change and Decay, Fifty Years Ago, also includes some other articles. Contains an enormous selection of Photographs and adverts. The Annuals from this era were among the best in the 50 years of the annual’s publication. 50 Pages. £8

59.Eilean an Fhraoich Annual 1984. A4 Size Publication. Contents: The work of the IDP, The Dawn of Education in Lewis, In Search of Relatives, From Our Files, Observations on the Weather, The Forces and the Community, Car na Cuibhle, Memories of a Harris childhood, Am Breabadair Mor, Bardachd Mhurchaidh, Suil Ar Ais, Fifty Years with the Breve, An Island Heritage, A Meeting with Mrs Kennedy Fraser,Museum Nan Eilean, A Legal Tradition. Includes many photographs and Adverts. 80 Pages. £8

60.Eilean an Fhraoich Annual 2004. A4 Size Colour Publication. Contents: Islands Sports Starts, The Tradition Bearer, A Visit to Kabul, Hercules and the Pitchfork, Lesser Known Stone Circles, A tale of many Clans, Historical Jewellery, A healthy future for Native Shinty, Too many Horns, Attractive pull of Skye, A life on the Edge, Colourful Memories of Classroom Days, Tracing Roots from Sydney to Callanish, Stornoway and the Nuremburg Trials, 25 Years of Learning for Feisean, Hydro Energy of Old, Hebridean Blankets, Includes Photographs and Adverts. 58 Pages. £8

61.Sy Gone By. The Stornoway Historical Society Journal. Issue 43 December 2014. Contents: Langlands -Stornoway’s Forgotten Fleet (Part II),Bayhead Street Memories, The Great War, Post War Commercial Aviation in Stornoway, Hugh Strachan -Stornoway’s Talented Young Artist, Stornoway, The Mackay Letters, German Wartime Reconnaissance Photographs of Stornoway. Also includes a very good selection of Photographs. 38 Pages. £6

62. Sy Gone By. The Stornoway Historical Society Journal. Issue 46 2016. Contents: Glen House, Looking Back at School Hostels in Stornoway, The Battle of Jutland, Reflecting on Lord Leverhulme, Junior Football, Dr Donald Murray MP, John Morrison Jnr, Assynt House, Asians Abroad, The Stornoway Shipping Company, Includes Photographs and Adverts. 38 Pages. £6

63.A Royal Visit to the Western Isles. A pictorial souvenir from the Stornoway Gazette. Golden Jubilee 2002. A4 Size Colour Publication. Full of text and photographs of the Queen and Prince Philip’s visit to the Western Isles in May 2002. 22 Pages. £8

64. My Friend Jessie Anne MacFarquhar of Dell Farm, Ness By Annie Morrison. Booklet, printed in the early 2000’s. 28 Pages. £6

65. Abair. Faclair. Gaidhlig -Beurla (Gaelic to English) Beurla gu Gaidhlig (English to Gaelic) Edited by R.W. Renton and J.A. Macdonald. Pocket Sized. First Edition 1979, this edition 1994. 162 Pages. £8

66. Lord of the Isles by Nigel Nicolson. P.B., Originally Published in 1960, this reprint is from 2000. The story of Lord Leverhulme and his ownership of the Islands of Lewis and Harris for a few years after WW1. 10 Chapters, Notes, Bibliography, Index and Illustrations. 264 Pages. £8

67. The Guga Hunters by Donald S. Murray. H.B. With D/J Published in 2008. Every year 10 men from Ness, the district at the northern tip of the Isle of Lewis, sail north west to a remote and inhospitable rock called Sulasgeir. Here they catch the Guga -the almost fully grown gannet chicks that nest in the 200 foot high cliffs. 8 Chapters, list of crews, and Illustrations. 259 Pages. £8

68. Seanchaidh na H-Airigh. (Story Teller of the Sheiling) le Iain MacCormaic. H.B. With D/J Published in 2011. Contents: Spuinneadaran Shine, Eilean Dideil, An Caisteal Gorm, Bathadh ann Iasgairean. 61 Duilleag. £20

69. Fuinnan Sailm. Gaelic Psalm Tunes. Including the Long Tunes Noted by Mr Whitehead, From Rev Donald Munro. Booklet, Printed in 1932. 48 Pages. £15

70. Stories Told by the Chief. Stories of Dunvegan told by Dame Flora Macleod of Macleod. Told to Young Members of clan Macleod During the Fifth Annual Clan Parliament in 1968. Edited by Joan Wolridge Gordon. Booklet, 28 Pages. Date of Printing Unknown. 28 Pages. £8

71. The Resurgence of Arminianism by Rev Kenneth A. Macrae, Stornoway. Booklet, date of printing unknown. Contents: The Doctrines of Arminianism, The Historical Aspect, A Fresh Start, The Faith Mission and the Lewis Revival, Conclusion. 32 Pages. £6

72. 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 of the Crofting House, 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 and Illustrations. 195 Pages. £8

73. Glasgow’s Gaelic Churches. Highland Religion in an Urban Setting 1690-1995 by Ian R Macdonald. P.B. Published in 1995. 7 Chapters. 105 Pages. £8

74. A Parents and Teachers Guide to Bilingualism. 2nd Edition by Colin Baker. P.B. Originally Published in 2000, this reprint is from 2006. 6 Chapters, Epilogue, Glossary, Index. 218 Pages. £8

75. Maxwell’s Ghost. An Epilogue to Gavin Maxwell’s Camusfearna by Richard Frere. With decorations by Robin McEwan. P.B. Published in 1999. 18 Chapters, Photographs. 253 Pages. £8

76. One Singer One Song Old and new stories and Songs of Glasgow Folk by Ewan McVicar. Illustrations by John Gahagan. P.B. Published in 1990. 9 stories and songs are covered in this book, also includes a Glossary, Profile of the Singers and the Songs. 176 Pages. £8

77. The Single Malt Whisky Companion. A Conoisseur’s Guide by Helen Arthur. H.B. With D/J Published in 1998. Part One looks at the story of single malt whisky, Whisky, part of Scotland’s heritage, a short whisky thesarus, Distilling malt whisky, the malt whisky regions of scotland, malt whiskies from around the world, enjoying single malt whiskies, Part two The single malt whisky directory, New Distilleries, rare malts and liquers, Part three Appendix, Glossary of Terms, Whisky Recipes, Enjoying, buying and investing in single malt whisky, Useful addresses, Index. Includes Photographs. 256 Pages. £8

78. Outer Hebrides (Western Isles Bird Report) 1997 (with 1992-96 additions) 14 Chapters and drawings. Booklet. 128 Pages. £6

79. The Island Nurse by Mary J Macleod. The entertaining and touching true story of a district nurse on a remote Scottish island in the early 1970’s. P.B. Published in 2012. Forty Two Chapters, Epilogue and Glossary. 347 Pages. £6

80. McIlvanney on Football by Hugh Mcilvanney. H.B. With D/J Published in 1994. Contents: The Big Man and Other Giants, Issues, World Cups. This is a collection of the best of McIllvanney’s writing on football. 283 Pages. £6

81. Lewis A History of the Island by Donald Macdonald. The most authoritative history ever written on the Isle of Lewis. The Twenty Four Chapters cover a wide variety of subjects and events from pre historic times through the Norse period, the Clan Feuds, and the various proprietorships up until the present day, with every aspect of life carefully examined. H.B. With D/J Published in 1978. 1stEdition. 24 Chapters, Bibliography, Official Sources of Material, Chapter Notes, Index. Includes Photographs. 224 Pages. £10

82. Scotland’s Story. From the Author of Our Island History by H.E Marshall. H.B. With D/J. Published in 2006. With Pictures by J.R. Skelton, John Hassall and J. Shaw Crompton. 90 Chapters, List of Kings from Duncan I, Index. 352 Pages. £8

83. Coco and Crabs. Coco is Crubagan. A Hebridean Childhood by Flora Macdonald. P.B. Published in 2009. 11 Chapters In Gaelic with an English Translation. Includes 2 CD’s. 111 Pages. £10

84. Fishing in the Gairloch Area by Harry Davis & Stan Frost. Booklet, printed mid 1990’s. 31 Chapters and an Index of Lochs. 63 Pages. £8

85. History of Bute by Dorothy N. Marshall. Bute Museum. Booklet, fifth edition printed in 1970. 51 Pages. £8

86. Short walks around Gairloch with Historical Narrative. Booklet, printed in 1987. 2nd Edition revised. Nine Chapters, The Loch Tollaidh Members, Poolewe to Gairloch Tour, Acknowledgements. 19 Pages. £6

87. Gangsters, Killers and Me by Gerard Gallacher. A Detective’s Story. The inside story of policing Glasgow’s Criminal Underworld.P.B. Published in 2011. This book covers from the 1980’s to the early part of the millenium. This is a compelling and gripping account of a police career at the sharp end of the action by a detective who wouldn’t toe the line, revealing what really happened behind the scenes in some of the country’s most high profile cases. 53 Chapters and Photographs. 323 Pages. £6

88. McGraw. The Incredible Untold Story of Tam “The Licensee” McGraw by Reg Mackay. P.B. Published in 2008. Tam McGraw was one of Glasgow’s most dangerous gangsters. He rose from poverty in the city’s East End to amass a vast fortune from crime and, when he died in 2007, his empire stretched from Glasgow to the canaries. When he was alsive few would talk openly. But now the incredible, untold story can finally be revealed. 75 Chapters, Where are the Now? Index and Photographs. 312 Pages. £6

89. Crimelord The Licensee. The True Story of Tam McGraw by David Leslie. H.B. With D/J Published in 2005. 31 Chapters and Photographs. 240 Pages. £6

90. Glasgow Crimefighter. The Les Brown Story. Les Brown and Robert Jeffrey. 19 Chapters and Photographs. 245 Pages. £6

91. Glasgow’s Godfather. The astonishing inside story of Walter Norval, The City’s First Crime Boss by Robert Jeffrey. P.B. Published in 2003. 14 Chapters and Photographs. 224 Pages. £6

92 .Reflections of a Naturalist by Rob Hume. Life With Birds. Editor of the RSPB’s Birds Magazine. H.B. With D/J Published in 2005. 22 Chapters and Drawings. 320 Pages. £8

93.Harris in History and Legend by Bill Lawson. P.B. Published in 2002. Contents: The Machair, Tarasaigh, Caol Na Hearadh, Tairbeart and na Baigh, The Forest and Scalpaigh, Hiort (St Kilda), Epilogue, Appendix, References, Picture Credits, Maps, Index of Persons, Index of Main Topics, Index of Places. Includes Photographs. 224 Pages. £8

94. Hidden Aberdeenshire The Coast by Dr Fiona Jane Brown. H.B. Published in 2014. Contents: Formartine, Cruden Bay & Boddam, Peterhead, Crimond, Lonmay, Invercairn, Fraserburgh, Aberdour, Acknowledgments, Glossary, Bibliography. 122 Pages. £8

95. Hidden St Andrews. Discover the Hidden Treasures of One of Scotland’s Oldest Towns by Susan McMullan. H.B. Published in 2014. Contents: The Scores and Beyond, West Sands and the Locality, North Street and the Environs, Market Street and the Surrounds, South Street and the Vicinity, Queen’s Gardens and the Locale, East Sands and the Harbour, The Cathedral Area, Canongate, Bibliography, Acknowledgments. 170 Pages. £8

96. Obair Gun Duais. Alasdair MacGilleMhicheil a tional ainmean Gaidhlig eun. A Thankless Task? Alexander Carmichael as a collector of Gaelic bird names by Tristan AP Rheinalt. P.B. Published in 2010. The first part of the book is in Gaelic and the second part in English. There are also appendices and a Bibliography. 119 Pages. £6

97. Johnson & Boswell. A Journal to the Western Islands of Scotland. The Journal of a Tour to the Hebrides. Edited by R.W. Chapman. P.B. Which was originally Published in 1924, this reprint was published in 1979. Contents: Introduction, A Journey to the Western Islands, The Journal of a Tour to the Hebrides -Contents of Journey and Tour, Indexes: Subjects, Names and Persons and Books, Names of Places. 473 Pages. £6

98 .Johnson & Boswell. A Journal to the Western Islands of Scotland. The Journal of a Tour to the Hebrides. Edited by R.W. Chapman. P.B. Which was originally Published in 1924, this reprint was published in 1970. Contents: Introduction, A Journey to the Western Islands, The Journal of a Tour to the Hebrides -Contents of Journey and Tour, Indexes: Subjects, Names and Persons and Books, Names of Places. 473 Pages. £6

99. Aspects of the Religious History of Lewis Up to the Disruption of 1843 by Rev Murdo Macaulay. P.B. Published in the early 1980’s. 45 Chapters and an Index. Includes Chapters on the Histories of the Congregations at Barvas, Cross, Knock, Lochs, Uig and Harris. 227 Pages. £8

100. This Was Hillside. Booklet, published by the Hillside Reminiscence Group. Date of Printing Unknown. 16 Pages. £6

101. Tales from Scottish Lairds. P.B. Published in 1981. 22 Chapters and drawings. 140 Pages. £8

102 Scottish Pottery A brief history by Graeme Cruickshank. Booklet, printed in1987. 6 chapters, Further Reading, Places to Visit and photographs. 32 Pages. £8

103. “I Know Where am Going” Suggestions for the Tourist in Central Scotland. Illustrated by road maps and photographic illustrations, accompanied by detail of suggested basic tours and graphic descriptions of places of interest en-route. Contents: Edinburgh and the Land of Scott, Royal Deeside, The Heart of Scotland, Loch Lomond, Oban and the Islands. Booklet, 48 Pages. Date of printing unknown. £8

104. Ordnance Survey Edinburgh and the Borders Walks. Pathfinder Guide. Booklet, printed in 995. 28 Walks in total with photographs and Maps. 80 Pages. £8

105. 100 Years of Education in the City of Glasgow. 1872-1972. Booklet, printed in 1972. 36 Pages. £8

106. East Ross and Black Isle official guide. Booklet, date of printing unknown. 111 Pages. £8

107. “I Know Where am Going” Northern Highlands. Illustrated with Road Maps and Pictorial Views, accompanied by an indexed series of Extended Tours covering the whole of the North of Scotland. Booklet, date of printing unknown. List of Tours: Fort William, Inverness and Round About, Wester Ross, Scotland’s Furthest North. 48 Pages. £8

108. Walking The Western Isles. Clan Walk Guides. By Mary Welsh maps and illustrations by Christine Isherwood. P.B. Published in 1993, this new re titles edition published in 2006. 14 Walks in Lewis, 7 in Harris, 7 in North Uist, 2 in Benbecula, 6 in South Uist, 4 in Barra. Includes drawings of some of the walks.141 Pages. £8

109. Island on the Edge A Life on Soay by Anne Cholawo. P.B. Published in 2016. The book is in Three Parts and includes Illustrations and Maps. 251 Pages. £10

110. Christian Experience by Rev Donald Macdonald. H.B. With D/J Published in 1988. A Selection of Sermons by Rev Macdonald who was the Minister of Greyfriars Free Church in Inverness. Includes a Biographical Introduction by Rev Murdo Alex Macleod. 14 Sermons in Total. 147 Pages. £6

111. A Measg Nan Lili. Tormad Sona a Bha ‘N Siadair Bharabhais. Leis an Urr. Iain Macleoid An Eaglais Shaor Barabhas. H.B. Air Fhoillseachadh ann an 1948. Coig Deug Caibideal. 144 Duilleag. £8

112.Scottish Exodus. Travels Among A Worldwide Clan by James Hunter. P.B. Published in 2005, this reprint is from 2007. 7 Chapters, List of Maps, Acknowledgements, Notes and References, Bibliography, Index. Photographs. 414 Pages. £6

113. Croft and Creel. A Century of Coastal Memories by Anna Blair. Illustrated by William B. Taylor. P.B. Published in 1987. 24 Chapters and Glossary. These memories are taken from conversations round the coasts of Scotland from Musselburgh to Lewis, Ballantrae to Orkney. 222 Pages. £6

114. The D-Day Landings and the Battle of Normandy. Booklet, 20 Pages. Contents: The Battle of Normandy, The Assault, D-Day The Onslaught, Map showing itineries, Objective A Port, The Confrontation, Cobra -The Breakout, The Counter Attack, The Encirclement, The Outcome, The Cemeteries. £8

115. Walks Wester Ross. Booklet, printed in 1987. Contents: Hill Walks, Shore Walks, Moorland Walks, Forest Walks. 24 Pages. £6

116. Cullen House Banffshire. The Scottish Residence of the Countess of Seafield. An Illustrated History of the Historic Home of the Ogilvy -Grant Family. Booklet, Date of Printing Unknown, but pre 1969. Photographic Illustrations on every page. 31 Pages. £8

117. A Short Guide to the The Island of Lewis. Booklet, compiled by the Western Isles Tourist Association. Not Dated. 14 Pages of Text, Photographs and Useful Information. £6

118. Braemar Castle. Booklet, printed 1981. 12 Pages of Text and Photographs. £6

119. Edinburgh Wax Museum by David Angus. Guide Book. Booklet, Date of Printing unknown. Third Edition. 56 Pages. £6

120. House of Dun. A National Trust for Scotland Publication. Tour of the House and History. Booklet, printed in 1989. 20 Pages. £6

121. Seachd Latha an Eilean A Cheo. Gaelic Poems With English Versions by Calum MacNeil. Booklet, printed in 1985. 39 Pages. £6

122. Fasque Home of the Gladstones. (Temporary Guide Book) Booklet, printed circa 1978. 16 Pages. £8

123. The Historie Jurnal in the Scots Leid. Number 1 Mairch 1997. A5 Size Publication. 71 Pages. £6

124. Pagent of Royal Deeside. Aboyne Castle Saturday 6th August 1949 at 3pm. Booklet, 40 Pages. £8

125. The Scots Abroad. Labour. Capital. Enterprise. 1750 -1914. Edited by R.A. Cage. H.B. With D/J Published in 1985. 9 Chapters, Select Bibliography, Notes on Contributors, Index. 287 Pages. Ex Library. £6

126. Crofting Agriculture. Its Practice in the West Highlands and Islands by F.Fraser Darling. With 20 Illustrations by Robert M. Adam. Contents: Preface, Introduction, The Soil, Plant Foods, The Management of Grass, The Conservation of Winter Fodder, The Control of Weeds, Planting for the Spring Work, Growing Early Potatoes, The Problem of Shelter, The Crofter’s Cow, The Principal of Feeding Animals, The Crofter’s Sheep, Agricultural Arithmetric. Includes Illustrations. H.B. Published in 1945. 1st Edition.163 Pages. £35

127. The Suburbs of Heaven. The Diary of Murdoch Campbell Edited by David Campbell. P.B. Published in 2014. Contents: Acknowledgements, Preface which includes a Biography of Murdoch Campbell, Illustrations, Foreword. The Diary Cover the Years 1930 70 1970, Biographical Notes by David Campbell, A List of Publications by Murdoch Campbell. 160 Pages. £8

128. A Song to Sing and a tale to Tell by Jean Brown. H.B With D/J Published in 1979. This story is the author’s experiences with children on holiday in the Hebrides, is a song in praise of beautiful islands and isolated shores. It tells of the hospitality and humour of the crofters, the challenges and extremes of weather and activity of the Yorkshire boys and girls whose good fortune it has been to return year after year. 14 Chapters and Photographs. 173 Pages. £10

129. Sons of Odin by Donald Hurry. P.B. Published in 1978. Spine Chilling Tale of a Supernatural Evil. Novel based on the Island of Lewis. 200 Pages. £6

130. Everyday Gaelic by Morag MacNeil. P.B. Published in 2006. New Edition. 138 Pages and a CD. £8

131. Bardachd Mhurchaidh Mhoireasdain (na Hearadh) Deasaichte le Morag Nicleoid. P.B. Air fhoillseachadh ann an 1992. 24 Piosan Bardachd uile gu leir agus cunntas air beatha a Bhaird. 62 Duilleag. £6

132. They Lived by the Sea. Folklore and Ganseys of the Pentland Firth. Folklore contributed by Henrietta Munro. Patterns Collected by Rae Compton.Including instructions for 3 Ganseys in Wendy Guernsey. Booklet, printed in 1983. 32 Pages. £10 (Scarce)

133. Lewis Revivals of the 20th Century by Rev Norman Macleod. Booklet, printed in the late 1980’s. 17 Pages. £6

134. The Lost Lights of St Kilda by Elizabeth Gifford. This book is a sweeping love story that crosses oceans and decades, and a testament to the extraordinary power of hope in the darkest of times. P.B. Published in 2020. 279 Pages. £6

135. We’ve Come a Long Way. David Sutherland’s History of his Tulloch Journey and Beyond. P.B. Published in 2015. 23 Pages and Photographs. 164 Pages. £8

136. Water Under the Bridge. A history of the burgh water supply. (Inverness) Booklet, Date of printing unknown. Compiled by Eileen Macaskill. 31 Pages. £8

137. Rescue His Business The Clyde His Life. The Story of Ben Parsonage & The Glasgow Humane Society by George Parsonage. P.B. Published in 1990. 17 Chapters, Photographs and Postscript. 252 Pages. £8

138. Flora a Biography by Elizabeth Gray Vining. H.B. With D/J Published in 1966. 1st Edition. 18 Chapters, Illustrations and Notes. 208 Pages. £15

139. WPC Courage. The heroism of women of the British Police Forces by Norman Lucas. H.B. With D/J Published in 1986. 7 Chapter’s, Photographs and Index. 197 Pages. £8

140. Heroines in Blue. Stories of Courage by women of the British Police Forces by Norman Lucas. H.B. With D/J Published in 1988. 7 Chapters, Photographs, Conclusion and Index. 211 Pages. £8

141. Out of Silence. Church of Scotland’s Woman’s Guild 1887-1987 by Maimie Magnusson. P.B. Published in 1987. 17 Chapters and Photographs and Index. 144 Pages and Signed by the Author. £8

142. Spey Portrait. A memoir of fishing and painting on the Spey 1974-1989 by Judith Greenbury. H.B. With D/J Published in 1997. 13 Chapters, which includes paintings. 108 Pages. £12

143. Haunted Places of Scotland by Martin Coventry. P.B. Published in 1999. Contents: Maps -Haunted Places Northern Scotland -Haunted Places Southers Scotland, Haunted Places of Scotland, Ghost Tours, Indexes and Photographs. 192 Pages. £8

144. Stuart Donald’s Completed New Tales of Para Handy. The continued voyages of the Vital Spark. P.B. Published in 2001. 60 Chapters, which includes many photographs. 431 Pages. £8

145. The Guide to Mysterious Loch Ness and the Inverness Area by Geoff Holder. P.B. Published in 2007. 10 Chapters, Epilogue, Bibliography, Index and Photographs. 192 Pages. £8

146. The Road to Iona by Kenneth Macleod. Poetry, Lore and Tradition. Booklet, printed in 1933. 38 Pieces in this publication. 47 Pages. £15

147.Echoes of the Glen or Mac Talla Nan Gleann by Colin Macdonald. H.B. Published in 1936. 1stEdition. 28 Chapters in Total, and are tales and sketches from actual life as it was lived amongst crofters in a Highland glen some forty to fifty years ago. 158 Pages. £10

148. The Drinking Well by Neil M Gunn. H.B. Published in 1946. 1st Edition. 4 Chapters: At Home, Edinburgh, Back Home, The Drinking Well. 464 Pages. £10

149. The Small Isles Canna, Rum, Eigg and Muck by Denis Rixson. P.B. Published in 2001. 9 Chapters, Selected Bibliography, Maps, Figures and Population Tables. 213 Pages. £10

150. Wade in Atholl. By John Kerr. Reprinted from the Transactions of the Gaelic Society of Inverness Volume LIII. Booklet, printed in 1986. 59 Pages. £8

151. The Roads from the Isles. A Study of the North West Highland Tracks by D.D.C. Pochin Mould. H.B. With D/J Published in 1950. 1st Edition. Contents: The Road in the Highlands, The Great Road to the South, The Road of the Dead, The Cattle Road from the Isles, The Road The Soldiers Made, The Very Old Road From East To West, The Road By The Sea, The Road Across The North of Scotland, The Far North, The Road From the Isles, Includes Illustrations. 189 Pages. £25

152. From Chiefs to Landlords. Social and Economic Change in the Western Highlands and Islands, c. 1493-1820 by Robert A. Dodgshon. P.B. Published in 1998. 9 Chapters, Bibliography and Index. 265 Pages. £15

153. The Nature of Fife Wildlife and Ecology Edited by Gordon B Corbet. P.B. Published in 1998. Part One: The Environment of Fife, Part Two: The Flora and fauna of Fife: An inventory. 243 Pages. £10

154. Natural History in Pictures Scotland. Edited by John Butt, Iam L. Donnachie and John R. Hume. H.B. With D/J Published in 1968. 1st Edition. 18 Chapters, Acknowledgements and Index. 111 Pages. £10

155. Crofts and Crofting Past, Present and Future by Katherine Stewart. P.B. Originally Published in 1980, this reprint is from 2005. 21 Chapters and Illustrations. 109 Pages. £6

156. Three Centuries of Scottish Posts. An Historical Survey to 1836. by A.R.B. Haldane. H.B. With D/J Published in 1971. 1st Edition. 11 Chapters, Appendixes: Important Dates in Scottish Postal History, Principal Postal Officer, Scotland, Bibliography, Index336 Pages. £25

157. A Walker’s Companion to The Wade Roads by Joan & Arthur Baker. P.B. Published in 1982. 12 Chapters, Epilogue, Book List, Photographs. 112 Pages. £10

158. Walking the Scottish Highlands. General Wade’s Military Roads by Tom Ang & Michael Pollard. H.B. With D/J Published in 1984. 8 Chapters, Bibliography and Index. Includes Maps. 160 Pages. £15

159. The Drove Roads of Scotland by A.R.B. Haldane. H.B. With D/J Published in 1952, this reprint is from 1968. 12 Chapters, Appendices, Bibliography and Index. 266 Pages. £20

160. Industrial Archaeology of Scotland by John Butt. H.B. With D/J Published in 1967. 1st Edition. Part One deals with Scotland’s Changing Economy, Agricultural, Food Processing and Rural Crafts, Textiles, Mining, Quarrying and allied industries, Metallurgy and engineering, Chemicals and allied industries, Transport and Public Utilities. Part Two has Gazetteer, Bibliographical notes, Acknowledgements, Rural Archaeology, Windmills, Colliery Winding Engines, Index. Includes Photographs. 344 Pages. £25

161. Orkney and Shetland by Eric Linklater. An Historical, Geographical Social and Scenic Survey. With Maps and Halftone Illustrations. H.B. With D/J Published in 1965. 1st Edition. Part One Orkney: 19 Chapters, Part Two Shetland: 15 Chapters, Bibliography and Index. Includes Illustrations. 256 Pages. £15

162. New Ways Through The Glens by A.R.B. Haldane. H.B. With D/J Published in 1962. 1stEdition. 12 Chapters, Appendices, Bibliography, Index. Includes Plates. 248 Pages. £25

163. The Western Isles. Scottish Islands Book 1 by James & Deborah Penrith. P.B. Published in 2002. Contents: Practical Information, Outer Hebrides, Outer Hebrides: Practical Information, Exploring the Outer Hebrides Lewis, Harris, North Uist, South Uist, The Bishop’s Isles, St Kilda, Inner Hebrides Skye and The Small Isles, The Small Isles, The Inner Isles, Staffa and the Treshernish Isles, Firth of Clyde Islands, Maps. 351 Pages. £10

164. The Story of Scapa Flow by Geoffrey Cousins. H.B. With D/J Published in 1965. 1st Edition. 26 Chapters, Bibliography and Index. Includes Illustrations. 209 Pages. £15

165. Shetland Nights. Tales from the Land of “Simmer Dim” by W.Fordyce Clark. P.B. Date of Publishing Unknown. Part One: Northern Idylls, Part Two: Old Days and Old Faces, Part III Twilight Tales. 173 Pages. £25

166. Crossing the Forth by Hugh Douglas. Illustrated and With Maps. H.B. With D/J Published in 1964. 1st Edition. 15 Chapters, Bibliography, Index. Includes Illustrations. The whole story of the Forth Road Bridge. 191 Pages. £20

167. Skye by Derek Cooper. P.B. Published in 1970. 8 Chapters, Illustrations and Plates, and includes a newspaper cutting with a review of the book. 242 Pages. £10

168. Scottish Woodland History. Edited by T.C. Smout. P.B. Published in 1997. The book is in two parts and has 15 Chapters and Illustrations.
215 Pages. £10

169. Holyhead: The Story of a Port by D.Llloyd Hughes and Dorothy M. Williams. H.B. With D/j Published in 1967. 1st Edition. 11 Chapters and Appendices, Includes Illustrations. 221 Pages. £25

170. The Ross and Cromarty Book. Edited by Donald Omand. H.B. With D/J Published in 1984. Part One: The Environment, Part Two: Historical, Part Three: General. Bibliography, Index, includes Tables, Figures and Plates. This book is the first comprehensive and authoritative study of the County of Ross and Cromarty undertaken in recent times. 289 Pages. £20

171. The New Caithness Book Edited by Donald Omand. H.B. With D/J Published in 1989. 17 Chapters, Plates, Figures. 239 Pages. £15

172. The Big Grey Man of Ben MacDhui by Affleck Gray. H.B. With D/J Published in 1970. 1stEdition. 10 Chapters, Acknowledgements and Illustrations. 125 Pages. £15

173. Oban and District by G. Douglas Bolton. P.B. Published in 1953. 4 Chapters and over 30 Photographs. 57 Pages. £15

174. Saints Conans Kirk Loch Awe. A Guide Book. Pamphlet, printed in 1950. 15 Pages. £10

175. Descriptive and Historical Sketches of Islay by William Macdonald. Together with a new and ready way of disposing of that interesting Island, which would Pay the Debt, Restore the Late Proprietor and give the best return to large and small capitalists by John Murdoch. Introduction by Norman S. Newton. Booklet, printed in 1997. 45 Pages. £10

176. The Prehistoric Rock Art of Argyll by Ronald W.B. Morris. Preface by Professor A. Thom. H.B. With D/J Published in 1977. This book is a complete and detailed study of the unusual prehistoric rock carvings which adorn many of the rock outcrops and sometimes free standing stones in Argyll. Contents: Foreword, Acknowledgements, Location Maps, Prehistoric Art, Elements of Rock Art, Catalogue of Sites, Bibliography, Index to Sites. 128 Pages. £15

177. The Birds of Colonsay and Oransay by D.C. Jardine, J. Clarke and P.M. Clarke. Foreword by Dr Bruce Campbell. Their History and Distribution. Booklet, printed in 1986. Contents: Foreword, Introduction, Acknowledgements, Habitats on Colonsay and Oransay, Map, Birdwatching by car or bicycle, Historical Background of bird recording on the islands, Species List, Additional Records, References. Includes a newspaper cutting of the book review and a letter from one of the authors to the person that purchased the booklet. Includes Photographs. 59 Pages. £10

178. In the High Grampians by Richard Perry. H.B. With D/J Published in 1948. 1st Edition. The book is in five parts and 21 Chapters. A Glossary of Gaelic Place names and Index of Flora and Fauna. Includes Illustrations. 173 Pages. Includes a newspaper cutting with a review of another of the author’s books. £35

179. By Mountain, Moor and Loch. To the Dream Isles of the West by Thomas Nicol. Introduction by Professor A.D. Peacock. Includes 50 Illustrations. H.B. Published in 1931. 1st Edition. 21 Chapters, Epilogue. 202 Pages. £30

180. A Prospect of Sutherland by Gilbert T. Bell. The Building of a Castle and the Making of a Duchess. P.B. Published in 1995. Contents: Mansions, Mountains and Marriages, Affairs of the Heart, Sunshine and Shadows, A View to Sutherland. Includes Illustrations. 234 Pages. £8

181. The Empty Lands. A Guidebook to the West of Scotland from Fort William to Cape Wrath by Tom Atkinson. P.B. Published in 1986, this reprint is from 1987. 7 Chapters, 170 Pages. £8

182. Sutherland Birds. A Guide to the Status and Ecology of Birds in Sutherland District. Edited by Stewart Angus. H.B. With D/J Published in 1983. 6 Chapters, Acknowledgements, Bird List, Selected Bibliography, Gazetteer of Place Names, Index and Check List, List of Useful Addresses. Illustrations. Includes newspaper cuttings and a letter from the Publishers. Signed by 2 of the Contributors. 95 Pages. £15

183. North Coast Diaries. Strathy at the Time of the Great War by Frank Bardgett. P.B. Published in 2006. Contents: Introduction, The People of the Parish, Congregations and Community, The Regularities of Life, Service on the Public Bodies of the Civil Parish of Farr, The Tale of Years, Indexes. 206 Pages. £10

184. Dear Duchess. Millicent Duchess of Sutherland 1867-1955 by Denis Stuart. H.B. With D/J Published in 1982. 13 Chapters, Appendix, Bibliography, List of Informants, Index. Includes Photographs. 215 Pages. Also, includes newspaper cuttings. £15

185. The Sutherland Book Edited by Donald Omand. H.B. With D/J Published in 1982. Part One: The Natural Environment, Part Two: Historical, Part Three General. Includes Figures and Plates. 329 Pages. £20 Includes a newspaper cutting with book reviews of 5 books throughout the Highlands and Islands.

186. The Skye Bridge: An Unfinished Story by Robert Danskin. Booklet, printed in 1997/98. 10 Chapters, Conclusion, Addendum and Appendices. Includes Photographs. A chronicle of events leading to the installation of the Skye Bridge in 1995. 60 Pages. £8

187. The Forth Bridge by Colin Baxter. Text by Jim Crumley. Booklet, printed in 1999. 30 Pages. £8

188.I went a’ Shepherding. Chapters in the Life of a Shepherding, naturalist and His Wife in the Western Highlands and Islands by Richard Perry. H.B. With D/J Published in 1944. 1st Edition. Contents: To the Isle of Skye, To North Uist, To Argyll, Postscript and Illustrations. 163 Pages. £25 (Signed by the Author)

189. S.O.C. Guide to Bird Watching in Fife. Prepared by local members of the Fife Branch of the Scottish Ornithologists Club. P.B. Date of printing unknown, possibly late 90’s early 2000’s. 60 Pages.; £8

190. Natural Heritage and the Law: Bats and People. SNH Publication. Booklet. 5 Chapters. Includes Photographs. Booklet, printed circa 2000’s. £6

191. Boglands. Scotland’s Living Landscapes. An SNH Publication. Booklet,printed in February 2001. 19 Pages of Text and Photographs. £6

192. Islanders by Chick Chalmers. A Book of text and Photographs of People and Places in Orkney. H.B. Published in 1979. 25 Pages. £10

193. The Early English Settlement of Orkney and Shetland by Graeme Davis. P.B. Published in 2007. Contents: The Context, Historical Records, Confirmation from Language, Texts in Orkney and Shetland Norn, Impact, Sources, Bibliography and Index. 132 Pages. Includes a book review from the Shetlander Magazine. £8

194. A Guide to Islay and Jura by C. Gordon Booth with first an Introduction to Islay by John S. Gibson. Booklet, printed in 1982. Includes, Text, Photographs and Adverts. 72 Pages. £8

195. An Islay Notebook by C. Gordon Booth. Booklet, date of printing unknown. 23 Chapters of historical items relating to the Island. 112 Pages. £10 This book came from the Author’s Personal Library.

196. The Real Mackay by W.H. Murray. A Highland Comedy. H.B. With D/J Published in 1969. 1stEdition. 12 Chapters. 145 Pages. £12

197. Traditional Knitting by Sheila MacGregor. P.B. Published in 1983. 8 Chapters, Acknowledgements and Index. Includes Photographs. 64 Pages. £10

198. To the Greenland Whaling. Edited by Innes Macleod. Alexander Trotter’s Journal of the Voyage of the Enterprise in 1856 from Fraserburgh & Lerwick. P.B. Published in 1979. 74 Pages. Includes Newspaper Cuttings with areview of the Book. £10

199. The Shetland Cookery Book Compiled for Home and School by Margaret B. Stout. H.B. Published in 1968. Contents: Preface, Author’s Notes, Handy Measures, Explanation of Terms, Fish in Season, Fish, Meats, Meal Dishes, Scones and Bannocks, Etc, Miscellaneous, Index. 64 Pages. Includes a newspaper cutting with the death of the author. £15

200. The Life of a Prairie Radical. William Irvine by Anthony Mardiros. Irvine’s Contribution to the socialist movement in Canada spanned the greater part of the twentieth century, and his influence can still be felt throughout the country. P.B. Published in 1979. 12 chapters, Epilogue, Appendices, Notes, Index and Photographs. 298 Pages. £10

201. A Collection of Riddles from Shetland by Calum I. Maclean and Stewart F. Sanderson. Reprinted from Scottish Studies Volume 4, Part 2, pp. 150-186,1960. Pamphlet 36 Pages. £15

202. Mountaineering Fell Walking and books by A. Wainwright. Occasional List 125 issued by R.F.G. Hollett & Son, Booksellers, Carlisle. A5 Size Catalogue, issued July 2001. 97 Pagesw. £5

203. Shetland’s Living Landscape. A Study in Island Plant Ecology by David Spence. H.B. With D/J Published in 1979. 8 Chapters, Tables, Bibliography, Index of Botanical Names, General Index. Includes Photographs. 152 Pages. Includes newspaper cuttings with reviews of the book. £15

204. Islands by the Score by Alasdair Alpin Macgregor. With thirty five illustrations, twenty seven of which are reproduced from photographs by the Author. 9 Chapters, Preface, Illustrations and Index. 160 Pages. £10

205. Old Shetland! A Tale of Love & Land Hunger by John Herries McCulloch. H.B. With D/J Published in 1969. 1st Edition. 21 Chapters and Glossary. 184 Pages. £15

206. Shetland Breeds ‘Little Animals.. Very Full of Spirit’ Ancient Endangered & Adaptable. Edited by Nancy Kohlberg and Philip Kopper. Essays by 6 different writers. H.B. With D/J Published in 2003. 12 Chapters, Appendices and Photographs. 179 Pages. £20

207. Birds of the Outer Hebrides. A Guide to Their Status and Distribution by Peter Cunningham. H.B. Published in 1983. Drawings by Roger Lee. 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

208. Finlay Macqueen of St Kilda by W.R Mitchell. P.B. Published in 1992. This is the first book to be devoted to the legendary Finlay Macqueen (1862-1941). He was a man of Two worlds: the remote archipelago of St Kilda -a scattering of islands 45 miles west of Uist, in the Outer Hebrides -and the much gentler landscape of Fife where he spent his last few years. 10 Chapters, Postscript, Illustrations and Photographs. 96 Pages. £8

209. St Kilda Myth & Reality. Booklet, printed in 2007. This booklet is based on a discussion entitled ‘Writing about St Kilda: Myth and Reality’ at the inaugural Hebridean Book Festival (Faclan) held at An Lanntair in Stornoway in late August/ Early September 2006. Contents: St Kilda: Myth and Reality by John Randall, Conflicting Views on St Kilda by Bill Lawson, Natural History and the ‘St Kilda Library’, Some Comments on St Kilda Books by Michael Robson. 31 Pages. £6

210. The Decline and Fall of St Kilda. Proceedings of an International Conference organised by the Islands Book Trust in August 2005 to mark the 75th anniversary of the evacuation of St Kilda. P.B. Published in 2006. Ten Chapters from different writers, includes photographs. 128 Pages. £10

211. St Kilda The Continuing Story of the Islands. Edited by Meg Buchanan. P.B. Published in 1995. 6 Chapters, Glossary, List of Illustrations, Sources of Illustrations, Numbering Systems, Index. Includes Photographs. 117 Pages. £10

212. St Kilda and the Wider World. Tales of an Iconic Island by Andrew Fleming. P.B. Published in 1995. 10 Chapters, Notes, Bibliography, Index, Illustrat
ion Acknowledgements. 226 Pages. £15

213.Travels in the Western Hebrides from 1782 to 1790 by Rev John Lane Buchanan. Introduction by Dr Alasdair Maclean. P.B. Published in 1997. 109 Pages. £10

214. The History of the Earls of Orkney. Translated and With an Introduction by Hermann Palsson and Paul Edwards. H.B. With D/J Published in 1978. 1st Edition. Contents: Introduction, Orkneying Saga, Genealogy of the Earls of Orkney, Glossary of Personal Names, Glossary of Place Names. Includes Illustrations. 223 Pages. £20

215. Four Scottish Journeys. An Identity rediscoverd by Andrew Eames. H.B. With D/J published in 1991. Contents: The West Highlands, The Clyde to the Tweed, the Islands, The Eastern Seaboard, Epilogue. 230 Pages. £10

216. Kirkwall The Official Guide With Map. Booklet, date of printing unknown, but possibly circa 1930’s. Fourth Edition.Contents include; How to Reach Kirkwall, Ancient and Modern Distimctions, The Farthest North Cathedral, Other Tourist Attractions, Recreation, Walks, Motor Tours, Cruises to Other Isles, Trout Fishing Lochs, etc, Also includes Facts and Figures, Index and Folding Map. Illustrations and Adverts. 19 Chapters. 50 Pages. £20

217. Kirkwall Official Guide. Booklet, date of printing possibly 1937. 22 Chapters, Index and Folding Map. Contents include the same as the Official Guide above. Includes Illustrations and Adverts. 50 Pages. £20

218.Clyde Cruising Club Sailing Directions and Anchorages West Coast of Scotland. (Tenth Edition)H.B. Published in 1974, this reprint is from 1978. 11 Chapters, Sailing Directions and Anchorages for 9 different routes, Glossary of Gaelic Terms, Tables of Distances, High and Low Water at Any Port, Time and Height Differences for Tidal Predictions, Index. Includes a List of Plates. 327 Pages. £20

219. Scottish Island Hopping. A Handbook for the Independent Traveller by Jemima Tindall. H.B. With D/J Published in 1981. Contents: Introduction: The Shetland Islands, The Orkney Islands, The Outer Hebrides, The Inner Hebrides, The Islands of the Clyde, The Islands of the Forth, Maps, Index to Islands. 272 Pages. £15

220. The Northerns and Western Islands of Scotland. Their Economy and Society in the Seventeenth Century by Frances J Shaw. H.B. With D/J Published in 1980. Contents: Landownership, The Renting of Land, The pattern of Agriculture, Other Occupations Within the Community, The Pattern of Trade, Conclusion, Relative Wealth, Status and Society, list of MPs and Tables. 270 Pages. £25

221. Raasay. A Study in Island History. Documents and Sources -People and Places by Richard Sharpe. P.B. Published in 1978. Contents: Documents and Sources 6 Chapters. People and Places 5 Chapters, Bibliography and Map. 250 Pages. Also includes newspaper cuttings about the island. £20

222. Raasay A Study in Island History by Richard Sharpe. P.B. Published in 1977. Ten Chapters, Epilogue, Bibliography and Index of Names. Includes newspaer cuttings on the Isalnd. 90 Pages. £20

223. Portree Origins and Early History by Ella Liley. P.B. Published in 2015. Contents: In the Beginning, Fishing Villages, Portree as a Fishing Village, Early Villagers, Building Continues, Destitution, Emigration or Industry, Bibliography and 2 Appendices : Chronology of Portree, Occupation and Ages 1841. Includes Photographs. 58 Pages. £8

224. Benbecula by Ray Burnett. H.B. With D/J Published in 1986. 1st Edition. Contents: Balivanich, Aird and Balfinlay, Nunton, Grimisnish, Torlum and Borve, Liniclate, Creagorry and the South Ford, Hacklett to Peter’s Port and Uskevagh, Market Stance to Gramasdale and the North Ford, Sources and Select Bibliography. Includes Illustrations and Maps. 164 Pages. £15

225. St Barr’s Church Northbay Barra 1906-2006. Compiled by Mairi Ceit Mackinnon. Booklet, printed in 2006. Includes a detailed history of the church and a list of serving priests. Also includes a very good selection of photographs. 39 Pages. £8

226. Coll and Tiree The Sea Kingdom. Hebridean Whale and Dolphin Trust. Written by Rosalind Jones. Edited by Edward C.M. Parsons. Booklet, printed in June 2003. 14 Chapters, 32 Pages. Which includes Photographs. £6

227. Shetland, Orkney and the Western Isles. Some personal reflections on comparitive island life by Colin Scott Mackenzie. From a talk at An Lanntair in Stornoway on 17th November 2009. Booklet, printed in 2010. 36 Pages. £6

228. Strathalder A Highland Estate by Roderick Grant. H.B. With D/J Published in 1978. This book is a portrait of the Scottish Estate in its hey-day in the ‘twenties and as it is today. Based on hundreds of interviews and on the author’s own childhood as a son of a gillie on a large Highland estate. 15 Chapters, 151 Pages. £30

229. Lost Argyll. Argyll’s Lost Heritage by Marian Pallister. H.B. With D/J Published in 2005. 6 Chapters, Epilogue, Notes, Bibliography and Index. Includes Photographs. 288 Pages. £12

230. The Far Flung Isles Orkney & Shetland by Garry Hogg. With Photographs Taken by the Author. H.B. With D/J Published in 1961. 1st Edition. Contents: Orkney: West Mainland, The North Isles, East Mainland. Shetland: Mainland, North Mainland, The North Isles, South Mainland, Index. 207 Pages. £25

231. Fishermen with Ploughs by George Mackay Brown. H.B. With D/J Published in 1971. 1stEdition. 100 Pages. A book of poems. £10

232. A Calendar of Love and other stories by George Mackay Brown. H.B. With D/J Published in 1968. 2nd Impression. 14 stories. 157 Pages. £10

233. The Enchanted Isles. Hebridean Portraits & Memories by Alasdair Alpin MacGregor. H.B. With D/J Published in 1967. 1st Edition. With forty five illustrations, thirty five of which are reproduced from Photographs by the Author. 20 Chapters, Index. 220 Pages. £15

234. The Path by the Water by A.R.B. Haldane. Wood Engravings by Helen Munro. H.B. Published in 1944. Thirteen Chapters. 152 Pages. £25

235. The People of Orkney edited by R.J. Berry and H.N. Firth. H.B. With D/J Published in 1986. 13 Chapters, Appendices, Notes and References, List of Figures, List of Photographs, List of Tables, Index. Includes Photographs. 345 Pages. £20

236. Scottish Weapons & Fortifications 1100-1800 by David H. Caldwell. H.B. With D/J Published in 1981. 17 Chapters, Figures, Photographs, Index. This book grew out of two conferences in Edinburgh. Owing to the great interest in the work presented on both occasions it was thought desirable to bring them together, along with other material suggested by discussion at the conferences and related work by other scholars and thus make it available to a wider audience. 452 Pages. £25

237. George Mackay Brown by Alan Bold. H.B. With D/J Published in 1978. This book is the first full length critical study of the celebrated Orkney writer. Contents: Orkneyman, Poet, Storyteller, Dramatist and Novelist, A Timeless Voyage, Bibliography. 117 Pages. £10

238. Wildlife in the Highlands by Dugald Macintyre. Shooting, Fishing, Natural History and Legend. H.B. With D/J Published in 1936, this new and revised Edition was published in 1950. Eighteen Chapters and Illustrations. 254 Pages. £30

239. Skye Birds by R.L. Macmillan. An illustrated guide to the birds of Skye and where to find them. Illustrated by Jean Thomas. P.B. Published in 2005. contents: Acknowledgements, Introduction, Skye- the Topography and Habitats, Perceptions and some Conservation issues, Ornithologists, Birdwatching and Birders -a history, Where to find Birds on Skye, Systematic List, Bibliography. 173 Pages. £10

240. The Naturalist in Scotland by Derrick Knowlton. H.B. With D/J Published in 1974. Nine Chapters, Appendix, Bibliography, Acknowledgements, Index. Includes Illustrations. 228 Pages. £10

241. The Year of the Red Deer by Leo MacNally. H.B. With D/J Published in 1975. 1st Edition. With 100 monochrome photographs and 8 pages of colour plates by the author. A unique record of the year’s life cycle of the Highland red deer. 4 Chapters titled; Summer, Autumn, Winter, Spring. Includes Index. 112 Pages. £15

242. Wild Endeavour by Don and Bridget Macaskill. H.B. With D/J Published in 1975. 14 Chapters,Prologue & Epilogue. Includes Photographs. 150 Pages. Includes Don Macaskill’s Obituary from the Scots Magazine in 1980. £15

243. Caithness and the War 1939-1945. A Record. Written and Compiled by N.M. glass, Wick. H.B Published in 1948. 52 Chapters and Photographs. An in depth look at the area during these War years with an enormous amount of detail and photographs. Includes all those from Caithness who served in WWII. 152 Pages. £125

244. This Noble Harbour. A History of the Cromarty Firth. By Marinell Ash. Edited by James Macaulay & Margaret A. Mackay. P.B. Originally Published in 1991, this reprint is from 1992. Nine Chapters, Foreword, Preface, Acknowledgements, Abbreviations, Bibliography, Index. 305 Pages. £10

245. Solway Tides and Other tales by E.M.C. Balfour Browne. With Illustrations by V.R. Balfour Browne. H.B. Published in 1928. Nine Tales. 188 Pages. £25

246. Birds in Kintyre. Areas of Special Ornithological Importance by Eddie MacGuire. Booklet, printed in 1996. 12 Chapters, Line Drawings & Maps. 75 Pages. £10

247. Rare Plants of Shetland by Walter Scott, Paul Harvey, Roger Riddington, Morag Fisher. H.B. Published in 2002. 10 Chapters, Bibliography, Index to Latin Names, Index to English Names. An up to date account of 138 of Shetland’s rarest plants. 166 Pages. £15

248. Shetland Documents 1580-1611. Edited by John H. Ballantyne & Brian Smith. H.B. With D/J Published in 1994. This work is a collection of texts and summaries of Shetland documents from the period of the Stewart earls. Contents: Preface, Abbreviations, Introduction, Shetland Documents 1580-1611, Glossary, Index. 329 Pages. £20

249. Days of Orkney Steam by Alastair and Anne Cormack. Foreword by Lord Birsay. H.B. With D/J Published in 1971. 1st Edition. 13 Chapters, 7 Appendices, Bibliography, Index. Includes Illustrations. 232 Pages. £25 (Includes Newspaper Cuttings on Orkney Ships)

250. Jura Island of Deer by Peter Youngson. P.B. Published in 2001. Contents: The Island and it’s Wild Life, Far Off Times, People and Places, Early Visitors, The Church, The Eighteenth Century, The Nineteenth Century, Schools and Travel, The Crofters Commision and the Isles of the North, Tales of Jura, The Twentieth Century, Bibliography, Index and Photographs, Maps and Figures.The First major work to be written about one of the largest islands of the Inner Hebrides. 569 Pages. £25

251. St Kilda by George Seton. Introduction by Charles J. Withers. P.B. Published in 2012. 13 Chapters, Introduction, Preface and Photographs. 263 Pages. £8

252. Some Light on the Past Around Glenrothes. By W.M. G. Rowntree Bodie. P.B. Published in 1968. 19 Chapters, Appendix, Bibliography and Photographs. 103 Pages. £15

253. Neil Munro The Biography by Lesley Lendrum. H.B. With D/J Published in 2004. 44 Chapters, Munro in Print, Genealogical Tables: The Forebears of Neil Munro, The Descendants of Neil Munro, References, Index and Photographs. 304 Pages. £10

254. Skye A Travellers Guide by Christine Wiener. H.B. With D/J Published in 1979. 9 Chapters, Index and Photographs. 102 Pages. £12

255. Analysis of the Statistical Account of Scotland by the Right Hon Sir John Sinclair Bart. H.B. Reprinted in 1970. In Two Parts. Reprints in Social and Economic History Selected by Professor S.B. Paul, Department of Economic History University of Edinburgh. Part One has 11 Chapters and Appendixes. Part Two has 3 Chapters and 3 Chapters of Appendixes. £85 for both.

256. The Book of Ross Sutherland and Caithness. A Composite Illustrated Guide to the Counties of Ross, Sutherland, Caithness (with Inverness section) By D Macdonald & A. Polson. P.B. Date of Printing Unknown, but possibly 1940’s. Contents: Inverness, Ross Shire, Sutherland Caithness, Illustrations and Adverts. 176 Pages. £20

257. Characters of the Highest Order 1. A Pinch Of Salt. Plockton, Lochcarron, Kyle, Glenelg, Kintail, Skye. This Book is dedicated to SW Ross and Skye Characters Past, Present, Prospective and Promising, Matey and the Other One. P.B. Printed in 1991. Compiled by AMG Ball. 158 Pages about local characters and local services. £10

258. Roads to the Isles. A Guidebook to Scotland’s Far West Including the Regions of Fort William Morar, Moidart, Ardnamurchan and Morvern by Tom Atkinson. P.B. Printed in 1983. this Fourth Edition is from 1986. Contents: Introduction, Summary of Tours, Fort William, Morar and Mallaig, Morvern, Strontian, Acharacle & Moidart, Ardnamurchan. 104 Pages. £8

259. Highland Naturalist. A Gamekeeper’S Observations & Discoveries By Dugald Macintyre. With Illustrations. H.B. With D/J Second Edition. The book is in 12 parts, Illustrations and has a Glossary of Gaelic, Scots & Latin Names. 239 Pages. £20

260. See Your Forests Scotland. A Forestry Commission Publication. A complete guide to forest walks. Picnic places, wayfaring, fishing, horseriding and so many other things to see and do. Booklet. £8

261. The Foresters. The Story of Scotland’s Forest’s by James Miller. P.B. Published in 2009. 5 Chapters, Notes, Bibliography, Index and Photographs. 226 Pages. £10

262. The Birth and Death of a Highland Railway by Duncan Kennedy. H.B. With D/J published in 1971. 1st Edition. 26 Chapters and Illustrations. 171 Pages. £20

263.The Life and Letters of an Orkney Naturalist Reverend George Low 1747 -95 by Olaf D. Cuthbert. H.B. With D/J Published in 1995. A Limited Edited of which only 500 copies were printed to commemorate the bicentenary of George Low’s death in 1795. Contents: Foreword, Preface, Introduction, A Student in Philosophy, Preacher of the Gospel, The Shetland Jaunt, A Matrimonial Affair, A Poor Trow of an Orkney Brodie, The Druid of Birsay, Another Year Will Do As Well, Epilogue, Tour Through the North Isles and part of the Mainland of Orkney 1778, Appendix: The Manuscripts of George Low, Index. 128 Pages. (Includes newspaper cuttings with reviews of the Book) £25

264. Barra By Helen McGregor & John Cooper. P.B. Published in 1984. The purpose of this book is two-fold: to give in new but timeless photographs some visual impressions of the island, and to present in a text a picture of its way of life through the history, religious beliefs, folklore, tales and poems of its people. Over 100 pages of text and photographs. Includes a newspaper cutting with a review of the book. £15

265.Stornoway -A quick tour around the town’s past. Booklet, written and designed by Fred Silver. Printed in 2004. Contents: Introduction, A walk through Stornoway, Lews Castle in its former Glory, Industries around Stornoway. Text and numerous photographs. 28 Pages. £6

266. Great North of Scotland Railway and Highland Railway Historical Maps by R.A. Cook. Printed by the Railway & Canal Historical Society.A4 Size Publication. In 1977. 23 Pages. £10

267. Forests of Central and Southern Scotland. Forestry Commission Booklet No 25. By Herbert L. Edlin. A4 Size Publication Printed in 1969. Contents: Historical, Galloway, From Clyde to Forth, Perthshire, Fife, Kinross and Clackmannan, Edinburgh and the Lothians, The Borders, Maps. 86 Pages. £15

268. Islay by Norman S. Newton. H.B. With D/J published in 1988. 11 Chapters, Bibliography, Acknowledgements, Index. 207 Pages. Includes Photographs. £10

269.The Popular Shetland Sheepdog by Margaret Osborne. H.B. Published in 1959. 1st Edition. 17 Chapters, 7 Appendices and Illustrations. 236 Pages. £20

270. An Island Shore. The Life and Work of Robert Rendall by Neil Dickson. Foreword by George Mackay Brown. H.B. With D/J Published in 1990. 1st Edition. Contents: Robert Rendall: A Life, Selected Letters, Selected Prose, Selected Poetry, A Select Bibliography and Illustrations. 219 Pages. £10

271. Undiscovered Scotland by W.H. Murray. Climbs on rock, snow, and ice. Illustrated with twenty four pages of photographs and with fourteen maps and diagrams by Robert Anderson. H.B. Published in 1951. 1st Edition. 22 Chapters,232 Pages. £25

272. Orkney by Hugh Marwick. H.B. With D/J Published in 1951. Illustrated and with a Map. 35 Chapters, Appendix on Orkney Place Names, Bibliography, Index. 287 Pages. A presentation copy from the author. £20

273.Caring for the High Mountains -Conservation of the Cairngorms. By J.H. Conroy, Adam Watson, A.R. Gunson. P.B. Published in 1990. This book is from the proceedings of a conference on Conservation of the Cairngorms which was held at Aberdeen University on 12 March 1988. 12 Papers in total and 3 other Papers. 158 Pages. Includes Photographs and Maps. £10

274. The Search for Morag. Elizabeth Montgomery Campbell with David Solomon. H.B. With D/J published in 1972. 1st Edition. This book is about the fact that Large, aquatic beasts may well edxist in a number of lakes throughout the world and, in Loch Morar, in a much remoter part of the Highlands than Ness, sightings have been made with remarkable frequency. Contents: Foreword, Background, Environment, Evidence, Assessment, Bibliography, Index. Includes Illustrations and Figures. 192 Pages. £20

275. Scottish Country Life by Alexander Fenton. H.B. With D/J Published in 1976. 1st Edition. 13 Chapters, Conclusion, References, General Bibliography, Index. Includes Drawings and Illustrations. 255 Pages. Includes a Magazine article about the author. £15

276. Get To Know Scotland’s Forests by Peter Ross. This book is a first in a series of guide books designed to help the holiday maker to explore Scotland. H.B. With D/J Published in 1982. 3 Chapters, Photographs and Index. 160 Pages. £15

277. Place Names of the Highlands and Islands of Scotland by Alexander MacBainWith Notes and a Foreword by William J. Watson. H.B. With D/J Published in 1922. Contents: Sutherland, Skye, Lochaber, Lochalsh, Hebrides, Inverness and Vicinity, Inverness Shire, Badenoch, Annat, Gaelic “Airigh” Sheiling in Norse Place Names, Glenshiel, Tomnahurich, Ross and Cromarty, Elginshire, Scotland, Argyll. 381 Pages. £85

278. Folksongs and Folklore of South Uist by Margaret Fay Shaw. H.B. With D/J Published in 1955. 1st Edition. Contents: Introduction, Prayer and Saint Days,Proverbs and sayings, Old Cures, Recipes for Dyeing Wool, Recipes for Special Dishes, Stories, Songs -Introduction, Reciters, Firs Lines of Songs and ballads, Bibliography, Index, Map. Includes Illustrations. 290 Pages. Includes newspaper cuttings with reviews of the book. £45

279. Hebridean Island. Memories of Scarp by Angus Duncan (1888-1971.) Edited by A. Duncan. H.B. With D/J Published in 1995. 30 Chapters, Appendix Notes, Bibliography, Index and Photographs. 218 Pages. Includes a newspaper cutting with a review of the Book. £10

280. Stornoway in World War Two by Mike Hughes with John Davenport. P.B. Published in 2008. 10 Chapters, Acknowledgements, Glossary and List of Illustrations. 66 Pages. £8

281. The Lost Wheelhouses of Uist by Susan Hothersall & Robert Tye. Booklet, printed in 2000. A guide to some of the excavated wheelhouses of North & South Uist. 8 Chapters, Conclusion, Further Reading, How to get There, Uist Map. Includes Photographs. 26 Pages. £8

282. The Herring Girl’s in Stornoway. Booklet, printed in 2004. Contents: The Lure of the Silver Darlings, Turning the catch into a foodstuff, Essential role of the Herring Girls, Herring Season in Verse, Commemorating the Herring Girls. Includes Photographs. 20 Pages. £6

283. Skye by Derek Cooper. H.B. With D/J Published in 1970. 1st Edition. Contents: Skye A View, Gazetteer, Anthology, Some dates, Books Worth Reading, Index, Skye Mileage Chart, Map of Skye and includes Illustrations. 242 Pages. Includes 3 pages telling about the author’s book collection being donated to Ravenspoint, South Lochs, Isle of Lewis in 2011. £15

284. Hebrid Echoes by Archd N. Currie. H.B. Published circa 1920’s or possibly earlier. 51 Songs in Total. 40 Pages. £25

285. The White Island by John Lister Kaye. H.B. With D/J Published in 1972, this is a Third Impression from that year. 12 Chapters, Photographs and Drawings. 179 Pages. £10

286. Forest Service. The First Forty Five Years of the Forestry Commission of Great Britain by George Ryle. H.B. With D/J Published in 1969. 1st Edition. 20 Chapters and 12 Appendices. Includes Illustrations. 340 Pages. £15

287. The Scottish Forester by John Davies. Booklet, printed in 1979. 7 Chapters, Preface and Reading List. Includes Maps. 69 Pages. £8

288. Deer Forests Landlords and Crofters. The Western Highlands in Victorian and Edwardian Times by Willie Orr. H.B. With D/J Published in 1982. Part One Looks at the Historical pattern, Part Two looks at the Social and Economic Benefits. Includes appendices on the Sheep and Cattle Numbers in the Crofting Counties 1855-1910. 226 Pages. £30

289. Water Power in Scotland 1550-1870 by John Shaw. H.B. With D/J Published in 1984. 1stEdition. 30 Chapters, Glossary, Bibliography, Index. Includes Illustrations and maps. 606 Pages. £25

290. Scotland in Film by Forsyth Hardy. H.B. With D/J Published in 1990. 10 Chapters, Filmography, Bibliography and Principal Sources, Index, List of Plates. 250 Pages. £20

291. Hunting and Hunting Reserves in Medieval Scotland by John M. Gilbert. H.B. With D/J Published in 1979. Section A: Introductory Narrative. Section B: Institutional Analysis, 3 Appendices, Notes, Glossary, Bibliography, Index. 447 Pages. £30

292. The Origins of the Scottish Railway System 1722-1844 by C.J.A. Robertson. H.B. With D/J published in 1983. 6 Chapters, Appendix, Notes, Bibliography and Index. Includes Maps. 421 Pages. £25

293. In My Small Corner. Memories of an Orkney Childhood by Margaret Aitken. P.B. Published in 2001. Thirteen Chapters, Glossary. 127 Pages. £8

294. The Rise and fall of Scottish Industry 1707-1939 by R.H. Campbell. H.B. With D/J published in 1980. Part One: The Roots of Success, Part Two: The Supporters of Success, Part Three: Industrial Collapse, Conclusion, Tables and Index. 208 Pages. £15

295. Jacobite Estates of the Forty Five by Annette M. Smith. H.B. With D/J Published in 1982. 12 Chapters, Appendices, Notes, Select Bibliography, Index. 288 Pages. £30

296. The Northern and Western Isles in the Viking World. Survival, Continuity and Change. Edited by Alexander Fenton and Hermann Palsson. H.B. With D/J Published in 1984. Part Onelooks at Material Culture, Archaeology and Ethnology and has 8 Chapters. Part Two deals with Place Names and History and has 4 chapters. Part Three -Language, Literature and Oral Tradition and has 6 Chapters. Part 4 Interpretation has one Chapter. 347 Pages. £25

297. The Scottish Hand Loom Weavers 1790-1850. A Social History by Norman Murray. H.B. With D/J Published in 1978. Contents: Introduction, The Labour Force, Trends and Cycles in the Trade, Real Incomes, The Incidence and Relief of Poverty, Aspects of Everyday Life, Cultural Change, Attempts and Trade Unionism, Radical Attitudes and Activities, Bibliography, Glossary, Index. 269 Pages. £25

298. Lonely Colonsay. Island at the Edge by Kevin Byrne. P.B. Published in 2010. 13 Chapters, Appendix and Bibliography, Notes on Local Place Names. Includes Plates. 290 Pages. £8

299. The Story of Loch Ness. With a Foreword by T.C. Smout by Katherine Stewart. H.B. With D/J Published in 2005. 27 Chapters, Bibliography, Chronology, Glossary, Index. 173 Pages. £10

300. Skipness Memories of a Highland Estate by Angus Graham. H.B. With D/J Published in 1993. 18 Chapters and Index. Includes Photographs. 141 Pages. £10

301. St Kilda by George Seton. H.B. With D/J Published in 1980. This is a facsimilie of the 1878 Edition. Thirteen Chapters and Illustrations. Contents: The Hebrides or Western Isles, Published Accounts of St Kilda, Early History and Ownership, Local Incidents Since the Beginning of the Seventeenth Century, Natural Features of the Islands. Physical Characteristics of the Inhabitants -Their Dress, Food and Houses, Climate, Crops, and Live Stock, Population of St Kilda -Surnames, Occupations, etc, Sea Birds and Cragsmen, Diseases of the Islanders, Education, Morals and Religion, Music, Customs and Antiquities, The Future of St Kilda -Recent Newspaper Correspondence, etc. Includes Illustrations. 346 Pages. £45

302. Industrial Archaeology of Galloway. South West Scotland including, Wigtown, Kirkudbright and parts of Dumfries by Ian Donnachie. H.B. With D/J Published in 1971. Section One: The Regional Economy of Galloway 1700-1900, Agricultural Processing and Rural Crafts, Textiles, Mining and Quarrying, Transport and Trade. Section Two includes Inventory, Notes and References, Bibliography, Acknowledgements, Index. Includes Illustrations. 271 Pages. £35

303. Ancient & Mediaeval Sculptured Stones of Islay by W.D. Lamont. P.B. Published in 1968, this second Edition is from 1972. Contents: Preface, Ancient Crosses, slabs and Free Standing, The Age of the Gael Gall, The Mediaeval Stones, Graham’s Index of Islay Carved Stones, Graham’s Charts of Principal Stones, Principal Place Names, Map of Sculptured Stone Locations, Bibliography. Includes Plates. 95 Pages. £15

304. The Early History of Islay by W.D. Lamont. (500-1726) P.B. Published in 1966. Contents: Ancient Times, Islay in the Middle Ages, Early Modern Times, Appendices: The Districts of Islay, The Installation and Council of the Lord of the Isles, The Early Reformation Church in Islay, Notes on Islay Extents and Land Denominations, Map References, Genealogical Tables, Bibliography. 89 Pages. £15

305. The Islands of Scotland by Norman Tennent. A guide to all the Islands excluding Skye. With Fifty Illustrations. H.B. With D/J Published in 1934, Reprinted and Amended Edition from 1976. Nine Chapters, The privilege of access, Amendment 1976, Index. Includes Illustrations. 182 Pages. £10

306. Notice of the Excavation of a Broch at Jarlshof, Sumburgh, Shetland by John Bruce of Sumburgh. Reprinted from the Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, December 10, 1906. Pamphlet printed in 1907. 33 Pages. £15

307. Remember When We Lived on Arran by Tom Alexander. Some Recollections of Life on Arran Between the Years 1947-1984. P.B. Published in 1986. 15 Chapters and Illustrations. 71 Pages. £10

308. Birds of Rhum. A4 Size Publication. By J.A. Love. 22 Pages. £15

309. The Highlands & Islands Advisory Panel. A review of its activities and influences 1946-1964 by F.G. Thompson. Printed in May 1978. A4 Size Publication. Contents: The Demand for a Highland Development Authority, The Formation of the Highlands & Islands Advisory Panel, Meetings of the Advisory Panel, The Work and Influences of the Panel, Appendices, Sources and Bibliography. 50 Pages. £20 (Scarce)

310. The Isle of May by W.J. Eggeling. H.B. With D/J Published in 1960. 1st Edition. Contents: Foreword, Preface, A Naturalists Prayer, General which has 12 Chapters, Part Two; Detailed Accounts: 7 Chapters, Appendixes: Place Names, Recoveries of Ringed Birds, Invertebrate Lists, Index, Maps and Includes Photographs. 280 Pages. Includes an article from Bird Notes about a visit to The Isle of May by C.K. Mylne, dated 1950’s. Also signed by the Author and the Illustrator Donald Watson. £35

311. ROSC Review of Scottish Culture. Number 3 1987. Edited by Alexander Fenton with Hugh Cheape and Rosalind K Marshall. 17 Articles, Photographs and Reviews. Magazine type publication. 139 Pages. £10

312. The Vagaries of Lady Harvey by Frank Cowper. The meanderings of a freak among the Orkneys and elsewhere. H.B. With D/J Published in 1930, this edition is from 1972.21 Chapters and Appendices. 200 Pages. £25

313. Ebb and Flow. Aspects of the History of Montrose Basin by the Montrose Basin Heritage Society. P.B. published in 2004. 10 Chapters, Epilogue, Bibliography, Other Sources, Index. Includes Photographs. 142 Pages. £10

314. The Place Names of Birsay by Hugh Marwick. H.B. With D/J Published in 1970. Edited and Introduced by W.F.H. Nicolaisen. This book deals with over 600 names, and is undoubtedly the most comprehensive account ever published of the names of one parish. 135 Pages. £25

315. The Caithness Book. Editor Donald Omand. Foreword by Neil Gunn. H.B. With D/J published in 1972. Part One: The Natural Environment, Part Two: Historical, Part Three: General. Includes a list of Plates. 271 Pages. £25

316. The Book of Ross by D.Macdonald -Sutherland & Caithness by A. Polson and Orkney and Shetland by James Brown. Descriptive, Historical and Antiquarian Notes. Includes Numerous Illustrations. Covers the History of Ross Shire, Sutherland, Caithness, Orkney & Shetland. Includes Adverts. 142 Pages. Printed in the 1920’s. £45

317. The Book of Ross by D. Macdonald and Sutherland and Caithness by A.Polson. Descriptive, Historical and Antiquarian Notes with Numerous Illustrations. Contents: Ross Shire, Sutherland, Caithness. P.B. Printed in the 1920’s. Includes Adverts. 142 Pages. £45

318. John Anthonys Flora of Sutherland. Edited and Compiled by J.B. Kenworthy. P.B. Published in 1976. 14 Chapters, 201 Pages. £20

319. Their Children Will See and Other Stories by James Shaw Grant. H.B. With D/J Published in 1979. 6 Stories which are from the Gaelic speaking communities of the Western Isles, are all concerned with the individual in society. 192 Pages. Includes a newspaper cutting with a review of the book. £10

320. The Isle of Taransay by Bill Lawson. A Harris Island in its Historical Setting. Booklet, printed in 1997. 17 Chapters. 44 Pages. £6

321. Scottish National Forest Park Guides Argyll. Edited by John Walton. Second Edition Printed in 1947. 8 Chapters, General Information, Camping Grounds and Youth Hostels, Maps.0 Pages. £10

322. Forestry in Scotland. Booklet, revised in 1966. 23 Pages. £8

323. The Scots Pine. An introduction to Forestry by Harry Watson. H.B. With D/J Published in 1947. 7 Chapters, Preface, Foreword and Introduction. Includes Photographs. 82 Pages. £15

324. The Sunset Coasts by Vivian Bird. H.B. With D/J Published in 1970. 1st Edition. Contents: Ireland, The Southern Hebrides, The Outer Hebrides, Orkney, Shetland. Includes Illustrations. 200 Pages. £10

325. From Arran to Orkney. A Walk through the Scottish Islands by John Merrill. H.B. With D/J Published in Ten Chapters and Photographs. 156 Pages. £10

326. Shillay and the Seals by Robert Atkinson. H.B. With D/J published in 1980. 1st Edition. Contents: Shillay and the Sound, Island Idyll, Gasker and Pabbay, Haskeir and Causamul, Monach and Dasker, Summer in the Sound, Seal’s Fortunes, Shillay and the Seals I, 11 and 111, Epilogue. Includes Photographs. 167 Pages. Includes newspaper Cuttings. £20

327.Islands of Scotland by Donald Mccormick. A guide to 247 Scottish islands. H.B. with D/J Published in 1974. Text and Numerous Photographs. 256 Pages. Included with the book is a letter from the author to the owner of the book. £15

328.A Journey to the Western Isles. Johnson’s Scottish Journey Retraced by Finlay J. Macdonald. H.B. With D/J Published in 1987. 207 Pages. Includes many photographs. Also includes a newspaper cutting with Finlay J’s Obituary. £15

329. Scotland’s Posts by James Mackay. A4 size Publication. Contents: The Origins of the Post, Expansion of Services 1745-99, Early Nineteenth Century, On the Road to Reform, 1800-1839, The early Victorian Era, Changing Roles, Early Twentieth Century, The Second World War, Immediate Postwar Period, The Years of Change. Three Appendixes: Post Office Numbers, 1844-1906, Post Office Numbers, 1924-69, Telegraphic Codes, Bibliography, Postal Maps of Scotland, List of Subscribers, Ads. 199 Pages. £25

330. Gaelic in Scotland 1698-1981 by Charles J. Withers. The Geographical History ofa Language. H.B. With D/J Published in 1984. 1st Edition.11 Chapters, Notes, Appendixes, Bibliography, Index. 352 Pages. £20

331.The Evolution of the English Farm by M.E. Seebohm. H.B. With D/J Published in 1927. 1stEdition. Twelve Chapters, Bibliography, Index. 376 Pages. £10

332. The Military Roads in Scotland by William Taylor. H.B. With D/J Published in 1976, this revised edition is from 1996. Part One looks at Background, Origins and Development, Part Two looks at the Roads today. Abbreviations, Notes, Appendixes, Bibliography, Acknowledgements, Glossary, Index. 197 Pages. £15

333. The Settlements and Roads of Scotland. A Study in Human Geography by Grace Meiklejohn. H.B. With D/J Published in 1927. 1st Edition. Contents: Introduction, The Northern Highlands, The Midland Valley of Scotland, The Central Highlands, The Southern Uplands, Includes Illustrations. 144 Pages. £35

334. The Royal Commission on The Ancient and Historical Monuments and Constructions of Scotland Third Report and Inventory of Monuments and Constructions in the County of Caithness. H.B. Published in 1911. Contents: Third Report, List of Historical and Ancient Monuments, List of Ground Plans and Illustrations, List of Parishes, Bibliography, Introduction to the Inventory, Table Showing the Condition and Dimensions, Table Showing the Character and Distribution, Inventory, Index, Map of the County of Caithness. 204 Pages. £85

335. Memorabilia Domestica. Parish Life in the North of Scotland by Donald Sage. H.B. with D/J Published in 1975 in an edition of 750 copies of which this is number 464. This book was originally Published in 1889. Twenty Five Chapters. 331 Pages. £45

336. Dalmeny Kirk Its History and Architecture by P.Macgregor Chalmers. H.B with D/J, date of publishing unknown. This book is No 4 of One Hundred and Twenty Copies that were printed. 32 Pages. £65 (Scarce)

337. Victorian and Edwardian Edinburgh from old Photographs. Introduction and Commentries by C.S. Minto. H.B. With D/J published in 1973. 1st Edition. Contents: Acknowledgements, Introduction, The Royal Mile, Princes Street and Elsewhere, Some Characters and Famous Sons of Edinburgh, Occasions, Getting About and Going Places, Work, Leisure and Pleasure, Open Spaces, Old Villages, Suburbs and Surroundings. 156 Pages. £12

338. The Isle of Arran by Robert McLellan. H.B. With D/J Published in 1970. 1st Edition. 9 Chapters, Bibliography, Acknowledgements, Index. Includes Photographs. 269 Pages. £15

339. The Outer Hebrides and Their Legends by Otta F. Swire. H.B. With D/J Published in 1966. 1stEdition. Covers the islands; Lewis, Harris, North Uist, Benbecula, South Uist, Eriskay, Barra, The Smaller Nordereys, St Kilda, Lonely Islets, Life in the Isles, Index. Includes Drawings. 244 Pages. £15

340. Skye The Island and Its Legends by Otta F. Swire. H.B. With D/J Published in 1961. Second Edition. Contents: From the Gateway to the Capital, North Skye, South Skye, Map, Index.Includes Photographs. 244 Pages. £12

341. We Go To The Western Isles by Campbell K. Finlay. H.B. With D/J Published in 1959. 1stEdition. Guide books which are based on first hand experiences of the place visited, and presents factual up to date information in an attractive natural style. Twelve Chapters and Index. 175 Pages. £10

342. The Buildings of Scotland. Highlands and Islands by John Glifford. H.B. With D/J Published in 1992. Contains and Introduction with all the different buildings and the Second Part looks at the Buildings in each area of the Highlands and Islands, contains many photographs. Glossary, Index of Artists, Index of Places. 683 Pages. £15

343. Fraser Darling’s Islands by John Morton Boyd. H.B. With D/J Published in 1986. 11 Chapters, Epilogue: Lochyhill, Sources of Quotations, Notes, Index and Photographs. 252 Pages. £15

344.Botanical Society of Edinburgh. Transactions. Vol 42 Part 4 1976. A5 magazine type Publication. 12 Articles on various subjects, a list of the Committee for the Study of the Scottish Flora, Proceedings of the Society. 156 Pages. £10

345. Scottish Bicycles and Tricycles by Alastair Dodds. Scotland’s Past in Action. P.B. Published in 1999. 11 Chapters, Scottish Cycle makers, Further Reading, Places to Visit. 96 Pages. £8

346. Scotland’s Inland Waterways by PJG Ransom. Scotland’s Past in Action. P.B. Published in 1999. 5 Chapters, Further Reading, Places To Visit, Useful Addresses, Index. 80 Pages. £8

347. Beyond the Highland Line. 3 Journals of Travels in Eighteenth Century Scotland -Burt, Pennant, Thornton. by A.J. Youngson. H.B. With D/J Published in 1974. Contents: Introduction, The Highlands in the Eighteenth Century, Edward Burt, Thomas Pennant, Thomas Thornton, Index. 252 Pages. £45

348. Dykes, Ditches and Disputes. A History of Boundary and Field Enclosures in the Borders by Michael Robson. P.B. Published in 2004. 7 Chapters, Appendices, Abbreviations, References and Notes, Index. 100 Pages. £10

349. The Discovery of Scotland by Maurice Lindsay. Based on accounts of Foreign Travellers from the Thirteenth to the Eighteenth Centuries. H.B. With D/J Published in 1964, this reprint is from 1979. Thirteen Chapters and an Index. Includes Illustrations. 222 Pages. £12

350. The Highlands and Highlanders. The Past and Future of a Race. Printed by the Highlands Committee Empire Exhibition, Glasgow, 1938. H.B. Published in 1938. Contents: Note by Sir Alexander MacEwan, Poem, Facal Toisich. Part One: The Old Highlands, Part Two In Days To Be. 10 Chapters in Total, Index, Illustrations. 162 Pages. £30

351. The Future of the Highlands. Edited by Derick.S. Thomson and Ian Grimble. H.B. With D/J Published in 1968. 1st Edition. Contents Biographical notes on the Contributors, Ecology of Land Use by F.Fraser Darling, The Position of Gaelic and Gaelic Culture by John A. Smith, The Economic Life of gaelic Scotland by Fraquhar Gillanders, Unscrepted Isles by Ian Grimble, The Gaelic Language by Kenneth D. Macdonald, Literature and the Arts by Derick S. Thomson, Highland Administration by Magnus Magnusson. 308 Pages. £25

352.All About Arran by R. Angus Downie. H.B. With D/J Published in 1933. 1st Edition. Thirteen Chapters, 3 Appendixes, Bibliography and Index. 164 Pages. £15

353. The History of Shetland Football 1887-1987 by James P Paterson. H.B. With D/J Published in 1988. 27 Chapters, Appendix and over 100 photographs. 122 Pages. A very comprehensive record of Football in Shetland. Includes a newspaper cutting with a review of the book. £10

354. Arran Bird Atlas 2007-2012. mapping the breeding and wintering birds of Arran. A5 Size Publication published in 2014. Contents: Map of Arran, Foreword, Acknowledgements, Previous Atlas Surveys, Arran, Collecting the Data, General Results, Introduction to Species Map, Species Map, The Future, List of Contributors, Appendixes, References and Bibliography, Index to Species by Common Name. Includes Photographs. 158 Pages. £8

355. Mitchell Luker’s Arran Bus Book. History of Omnibus & Coaching Services on the Isle of Arran 1830-1980. P.B. Published in 1983. 33 Chapters and 4 Appendixes and Includes many photographs of buses and drivers. 198 Pages. £10

356. The Crofters War by IMM Macphail. H.B. With D/J Published in 1989. Contents: After the Clearances, The Skye Troubles, The Napier Commission, Reform Agitation, Military Expedition to Skye, Grazing Disputes, Parliamentary Elections, The Crofters Act, Gunboats to the Hebrides, Aftermath, Appendices. Includes many Illustrations and maps. 250 Pages. Includes a newspaper cutting with a review of the book, and a newspaper cutting announcing the author’s death. £10

357. Hebridean Connections. A view of the Highlands and Islands by Derek Cooper. H.B. With D/J Published in 1977. 1st Edition. Photographs by Gus Wylie. 14 Chapters, Foreword and Index. 184 Pages. £10

358. Isles of Home. Sixty Years of Shetland by Gordon Donaldson. H.B. With D/J Published in 1983. Eight Chapters and Illustrations. 188 Pages. Includes Newspaper Cuttings with reviews of the Book. £10

359. The Highland Clearances by John Prebble. H.B. With D/J Published in 1963. 1st Edition. 6 Chapters, Appendix, Acknowledgements, Bibliography, Index. 352 Pages. £15

360. A Tour In Scotland in 1819 by Robert Southey. H.B. With D/J published in 1972. 500 copies of this edition were printed of which this is number 389. 276 Pages and includes Illustrations. £45

361. Jura A Taste of Island Life. H.B. With D/J Published in 2006. 10 Chapters, which includes poems and essays from Alexander McCall Smith, Ellen Himelfarb, Kathleen Jaimie, Liz Lochhead, Charles MacLean and Sir Bernard Crick. Notes on Contributors, Picture Index. Includes Photographs. 93 Pages. £10

362. Uppies and Doonies by John Robertson. H.B. With D/J Published in 1967. 1st Edition. The Story of the Kirkwall Ba’ Game. Contents: Description and History of the Game, The Lore of the Ba, Football in the North, Allied Customs, The origin and history of Mass Football, Bibliography, Notes, Index, Photographs and Maps. Includes newspaper cuttings with a review of the book and a pamphlet from the publishers announcing its publication in 1967. 239 Pages. £20

363. And Then Forever by Christine De Luca. P.B. Published in 2011. This book is part historical and part novel. 327 Pages. £6

364. The Fulmar and the Rock: A Fable of St Kilda by Hugh Gunn Ross. P.B. Published in 2004. A novel which evokes a distant world of the late nineteenth century, and weaves a powerful narrative through moments of great happiness, failure, tragedy and loss. 278 Pages. £8

365. The New Orkney Book. Compiled by John Shearer, W.Groundwater and J.D. Mackay. H.B. Published in 1966, this reprint is from 1967. Part One deals with the history of Orkney from the time of the ancient peoples who lived in Skara Brae and built Maeshowe. Part Two deals with the Norse Invasion and Rule. 35 Chapters, Facts and Figures, Index and Illustrations. 183 Pages. £12

366. Scottish Studies Volume 4 Part 1. 1960. Articles: The Island of St Kilda, Norse Place Names in South West Scotland, The Domiciles of Scottish University Students, Fairy Stories from Lochaber, Notes and Comments, Book Reviews. Notes on Scottish Place Nmaes, Some Early Name Forms of the Stirlingshire Carron, Pitcastle a Cruck Framed House in Northern Perthshire, Tools For Making Ropes, Material Culture Research. A5 Size Publication. 120 Pages. £15

367. The Prehistory of Orkney BC 4000-1000ad. Colin Renfrew Editor. H.B. With D/J Published in 1985. 11 Chapters, Appendix, Bibliography, Index and Photographs. 304 Pages. Includes a newspaper cutting with a review of the book. £20

368. An Orkney Estate. Improvements at Graemeshall 1827-1888 by Gilbert Schrank. P.B. Published in 1995. Contents: Introduction: The Issues at Stake, The Orkney Islands and their Transformations, The Graemeshall Estate, The Protagonists: Irving, Petrie and Sutherland Graeme, Implementation, Assessment of Rental Records, Conclusion, Glossary, Bibliography, Index. 131 Pages. £10

369.The Fortified House in Scotland by Nigel Tranter. Volume Five North and West Scotland and Miscellaneous. H.B. With D/J Published in 1977. This is a facsimilie of the 1962 Edition. Contents: Argyll, Banffshire, Bute, Caithness, Dunbartonshire, Inverness shire, Moray, nairnshire, Orkney, Ross, Shetland, Sutherland, Miscellanous, List of Much Altered Structures, Index. 252 Pages. £15

370. British Fishing Boats and Coastal Crafts. PartI: Historical Survey. By E.W. White. A5 Size Publication printed in 1950. Contents: Introduction, The East Coast of England, The Thames and its Estuary, The South Coast of England, The West Coast of England, Scotland, Ireland, Bibliographical References, Index. 54 Pages £15

371.Caithness in the 18th Century by John E. Donaldson. H.B. With D/J Published in 1938. This book deals with the Social and Economic History of Caithness in the 18th Century. Contents: The People and Their Social Background, The Lairds of Caithness, The Sinclairs of Mey, The System of Agriculture in the Mey Estate, Rents and Services, The Mains of Mey, Cattle, Horses and the Kelp History, The Sale and Shipment of Grain, Trade and Commerce in 18th Century Caithness. 207 Pages. £45

372. Behold the Hebrides or Wayfaring in the Western Isles by Alasdair Alpin MacGregor. H.B. With D/J Published in 1925. 35 Chapters, Glossary and Illustrations. 248 Pages. £25

373. A Book of Islands by W.S. Bristowe. H.B With D/J Published in 1969. 1st Edition. 19 Chapters and many illustrations. Maps and Figures. 208 Pages. £20

374. Scottish Birds. The Journal of the Scottish Ornithologists Club. Vol 5 No 2 Summer 1968. A5 Magazine Type Publication. Contains articles and reviews. 120 Pages. £8

375. Wheels Around Caithness and Sutherland by Robert Grieves. P.B. Published in 2002. An interesting publication with text and photographs of Buses and Lorries throughout the generations. 49 Pages. £8

376. A Reputation for Excellence. A History of the Edinburgh Printing Industry. The Scottish Printing Archival Trust. A4 Size Magazine Publication Printed in 1990. Contents: The Beginnings, Chequered Careers, The Era of Industrialisation, Decline and Development, Notes, Bibliography. 34 Pages and includes many photographs. £10

377. The Forth Bridge A Picture History by Sheila Mackay. P.B. Published in 1990, this reprint is from 1993. 15 Chapters which includes Photographs. 112 Pages. £10

378. Aberlady Bay Local Nature Reserve. Description and management Plan by Michael B. Usher June – August 1967. P.B. Text, Photos and Appendixes. 67 Pages. £25

379. The Soay of Our Forefathers by Laurence Reed. H.B. With D/J, date of printing unknown. Contents: Introduction, The History, Macaskills of Rhundunan, Clearances in Minginish, Conditions of Tenure, Fishing for a Living, Schools and Teachers, Missions and Preachers, Links With the Mainland, Farewell to an Island, Appendix. A list of who the people where, place names. 101 Pages. £25

380. The Northern Isles. Edited by F.T. Wainwright. H.B. With D/J Published in 1964. A Reprint.Ten Chapters, Appendix, List of References and Abbreviations, List of Plates, Index. 224 Pages. £15

381. The Aberdeen Granite Industry by Tom Donnelly. P.B. Published in 1994. 6 Chapters, Epilogue, Notes, Bibliography. Includes Photographs. 188 Pages. £12

382. Cargoes of Despair and Hope. Scottish Emigration to North America 1603-1803 by Ian Adams and Meredyth Somerville. P.B. Published in 1993. 16 Chapters, 6 Appendixes, Notes, References, Index, Illustrations. 258 Pages. Includes a newspaper cutting with a review of the book. £15

383. The Writing on the walls. A guide to the inscriptions on Edinburgh buildings which commemorate famous citizens, visitors and events by Elizabeth Berry. P.B. published in 1990. Contents: Introduction, General List of Plaques, The Royal Mile, Historical Events, Wells, Institutions, Miscellaneous Plaques, Lost Plaques, Some suggestions for further plaques, Bibliography, The Cockburn Association, Addenda, Map of Edinburgh City Centre. 100 Pages. £10

384. The Isle of Jura. Images from the Past by Gordon Wright and Norman Tait. P.B. Published in 1994. Images on each page are accompanied by Text. 80 Pages. £10

385. James Hutton The Founder of Modern Geology by Donald B. Macintyre & Alan McKirdy. P.B. Published in 1997. 6 Chapters, Further Reading, Index. Includes Photographs. 51 Pages. £10

386. The Raasay Iron Ore Mine. Where Enemies Became Friends by Laurence and Pamela Draper. P.B. Published in 1990. 11 Chapters, References, Index and Illustrations, Plates, Figures and Tables. 65 Pages. £10

387. The Lewis Peatlands. The Islands Growing Heart. Scottish Natural Heritage Publication. P.B. Published in 2003. 9 Chapters and Photographs. 21 Pages. £6

388. Sea Eagles. Naturally Scottish. A Scottish Natural Heritage Publication. P.B. Published in 1996. Contents: The Eagle With the Sunlit Eye, From Totem to target, Return of a Native, Sea Eagles and the law, The Future, How Can I Help The Sea Eagle Project, The Sea Eagle Project Team. 17 Pages. Includes Photographs. £8

389. The Ancient Monuments of the Western Isles by Historic Scotland. A Visitors Guide to the Principal Historic Sites and Monuments. 11 Chapters, Further reading and Photographs. 72 Pages. £10

390. Contemporary Scotland. The Highlands and Islands by Ian H. Condie. P.B. Published in 1970, this reprint is from 1971. 5 Chapters, Questions, Source Materials and Photographs. 42 Pages. £8

391. Old Ayrshire Harbours by Angus Graham. Booklet, printed in 1984. Ayrshire Collections Volume Fourteen Number Three. 55 Pages. £8

392. Fortnight South Of Skye by L.A.G. Strong. H.B. With D/J date of Printing Unknown. A Novel, 12 Chapters, Illustrations. 191 Pages. £10

393. Portraits of Islands. Edited by Eileen Moloney. H.B. Published in 1961. Contents include; St Kilda, Iona, Arran, Raasay Island. Twelve Chapters and Illustrations. 147 Pages. £15

394. The Industrial Archaeology of Scotland. 2. The Highlands and Islands by John R. Hume. H.B. With D/J Published in 1977. 1st Edition. 17 Chapters, Index of Place Names, General Index. Illustrations. 335 Pages. Includes a newspaper cutting with a review of the book. £25

395. Orkney Folklore and Traditions by Walter Traill Dennison. Edited, with an introduction by Ernest W. Marwick. H.B. With D/J published in 1961. 11 Chapters. 96 Pages. Includes newspaper articles about the author. £25

396. The Islands of Scotland by Hugh MacDiarmid. Hebrides, Orkneys and Shetlands. HB. With D/J Published in June 1939. Photographs. Contents: Acknowledgements, Author’s Note, Introductory, The Shetlands, The Orkneys, The Hebrides, Index. 140 pages. £15

397. The Northern Isles: Orkney and Shetland by Alexander Fenton. H.B. With D/J Published in 1978. 15 Chapters, References, Bibliography, Index. Includes Maps and Photographs. 721 Pages. £25

398. The Hub of the Highlands. The Book of Inverness and District. Inverness Field Club Centenary Volume. 1875-1975. H.B. with D/J Published in 1975. Contents: The natural Background, Archaeology and early History, Later History, The Modern Scene. General, Appendix with a list of members of Inverness Field Club 1974-75, Index To People, Index To places. 406 Pages. £25

399. The Development of the British Fisheries. During the Nineteenth Century. A Lecture by G.L. Alward. H.B. Date of Publishing Unknown. 54 Pages, which includes Maps and Photographs. £20
400. Dive Scapa Flow by Rod Macdonald. P.B. Published in 1990. 8 Chapters, Bibliography, Index and Photographs. 160 Pages. £10