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Catalogue 35                    August 2022


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  1. The Loyal Lewis Roll of Honour. H.B. Published in 1916, 1st Edition. This record of the men from the Island of Lewis who served in the first year of the Great War. Also, gives a timeline from each month from August 1914-January 2016. The full record of those who served in WW1 was Published in 1920. Gives a list of subscribers at the end of the book. 327 Pages. First page which was blank is missing from the book , otherwise in good condition. £175
  2. Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland. The Outer Hebrides, Skye and the Small Isles. Ninth Report With Inventory of Monuments and Constructions in the Outer Hebrides, Skye and the Small Isles. H.B. Published in 1928. 10 Chapters, Index and Maps. 230 Pages. £250
  3. Evil Eye in the Western Highlands by R.C. Maclagan. H.B. Published in 1902. 52 Chapters, Appendix, Index. 232 Pages. £65
  4. Jura Red Deer. Some Account of Jura Red Deer. Facsimilie Reprint of the book originally published in 1890 by H. Evans. H.B. Published in 1993. Only 200 copies were printed of which this is no 9. 38 Pages. £65
  5. Place Names in Glengarry and GlenQuoich and Their Origin by Edward C. Ellice. H.B. Published in 1898. Contents: Introduction, The Glengarry District, The Aberchalder District, The Ardochy District, The Glenquoich District. 127 Pages. £65
  6. Kilcumein and Fort Augustus by Dom Odo Blundell, O.S.B. H.B. Published in 1914. Contents: Kilcumein, Fort Augustus: War, Fort Augustus: Peace, Forgotten Veterans, Appendix. Includes Illustrations. 72 Pages. £45

7.West Calder and Its Lodge (Constituted 13th March 1818) By James Carroll. H.B. Published in 1967. A history of the first 150 years of the Lodge. 6 Chapters, 3 Appendixes. Includes Photographs. 115 Pages. £20

  1. Sketch of the Civil and Traditional History of Caithness From the Tenth Century by James T. Calder. Second Edition With Historical Notes. Map and Illustrations. H.B. Fully Rebound Published in 1887. 15 Chapters, Appendix, Postscript and Notes to Second Edition, Miscellanous, Caithness IX 1887. Includes Illustrations. 368 Pages. £85

9.The Inner Hebrides and Their Legends by Otta F. Swire. H,B. With D/J Published in 1964. 1st Edition. 13 Chapters, Index and Photographs. Foreword by Dame Flora Macleod.  224 Pages. £12

  1. Harpoon At A Venture by Gavin Maxwell. H.B. With D/J Published in 1952. 1st Edition. 11 Chapters, 3 Appendixes, List of Maps, Illustrations in the Text. Includes Photographs. 272 Pages. £15

11.Report of the Select Committee on The Western Highlands and Islands of Scotland Chairman: R. Roy Wilson M.P. July 1928. Together with the proceedings of the Committee, Minutes of Evidence, Appendices and Index. H.B. 185 Pages. £45 

12.Fortnight South of Skye by L.A.G. Strong. H.B With D/J. Date of Publishing Unknown. Novel. 12 Chapters and Illustrations. 191 Pages. £10

  1. Transactions of The Highlands and Agricultural Society of Scotland with An abstract of the proceedings at Board and General Meetings, and the premium offered by the Society in 1939. Fifth Series. VOL LI. 22 Chapters. Contents include; Agricultural Of Orkney, AI, Economic Aspects of the Sheep Industry, Recent Grassland trials in the South East of Scotland, Insects and Other Pests of 1938, Prices of Sheep since 1818, Prices of Wool Since 1818, etc, etc. Includes Appendixes and Illustrations. Also, includes a list of members for that year. H.B 739 Pages. £20
  2. Transactions of The Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland with An abstract of the proceedings at Board and General Meetings, and the premium offered by the Society in 1941. Vol LIII. 19 Chapters, Appendixes. Contents include; The Maintenance of Soil Fertility, War Time Stock Feeding, The Bracken Problem, Insects and Other Pests of 1940, The weather in Scotland in 1940 etc, etc. 308 Pages. £15
  3. Eastwood Golf Club A Centenary History by J.S. Paterson. 1893- 1993. H.B. Published in 1993. 18 Chapters and 11 Appendixes. Includes statistics of club trophies, prizewinners a list of Captains. Includes Illustrations. 159 Pages. £15

16.Scotland’s Eastern Coast by Lesley Scott Moncrieff. H.B. With D/J Published in 1963. 1st Edition. A guidebook: from Berwick to Scrabster. Photographs by G. Douglas Bolton. Contents: Berwickshire and Lothians, Fife and the Firths of Forth and Tay, Angus and the Mearns, Aberdeenshire and Banffshire, The Firths of Moray, Beauly and Cromarty, Sutherland and Caithness. 214 Pages. £15

  1. A History of Huntly Cricket Club 1854-1914 by Patrick W Scott. P.B. Date of Printing unknown. 7 Chapters and Statistics. 120 Pages. £8

18.£100 and Up. A Concise Dictionary of Scottish Artists 1750-1950 (Whose Works sell for £100 and Upwards) by Raymond Canale. Booklet, printed in 1987. 26 Pages. £6

  1. Alexander Fleming. The Man and the Myth by Gwyn Macfarlane. P.B. Originally Published in 1984, this P.B. Edition is from 1985. 22 Chapters, Sources, References, Fleming’s Honour’s, Fleming’s Main Scientific Papers, Index.304 Pages. £6
  2. Kirkcaldy Potteries by Carol McNeill. P.B. Published in 1998. Contents: Sites, Products, People, Artists, Owners, Value, Selective Bibliography, Index. 96 Pages. £8

21.Traditions of Sea Bird Fowling in the North Atlantic Region. P.B. Published in 2005. This volume is based on contributions made at an International Conference organised by the Islands Book Trust between the 9thand 11th September 2004. 9 Chapters which include many photographs. 215 Pages. £10

  1. Can Threatened Languages be Saved. Edited by Joshua A. Fishman. P.B. Published in 2001. Contents: The Americas, Europe, Africa and Asia, The Pacific, Conclusions and Index. 18 Chapters in Total. 503 Pages. £15

23.The Historic Sheilings of Pairc, Isle of Lewis. By John Randall. P.B. Published in 2017. Contents: Introduction, What are Sheilings?, Where are the Sheilings in Pairc?, Oral History and Folklore of the Sheilings, Conclusions, Appendixes. Includes Photographs. 80 Pages. £10

  1. Eilean an Fhraoich Annual 1962. Magazine type publication. Contains the usual articles of historical and newsworthy items from that year. Also, has a great selection of photographs from the various events that took part that year. Includes many adverts of local businesses of the time. 50 Pages. £8
  2. Eilean an Fhraoich Annual 1975. A4 Magazine type publication. Contains the usual articles of historical and relevant to the year of publication. Numerous photographs old and new and adverts. Pages 43 to 46 have been torn out. 47 Pages. £5

26.Achmore Stone Circle by Margaret and Gerard Ponting. A4 Size Publication. Printed in 1981. Privately Published only 200 Copies Printed. 56 Pages which also include drawings and Photographs. £10

27.Census of Scotland 1951. Preliminary Report of the Fifteenth Census of Scotland. H.B. Published in 1951. The Book is in Three Parts: One: Introduction, Two: Summary -Population of Scotland, Notes on Individual County Populations, Gaelic Speaking Population. Three: Population Tables. 47 Pages. £65

  1. Shetland’s Roll of Honour and Roll of Service 1939-1945. Compiled by Ian Jamieson. H.B. Published in 1991. 204 Pages. Includes Newspaper Cuttings about the Book. £45
  2. The Hebrides An Aerial View of a Cultural Landscape By Angus & Patricia Macdonald. Foreword by James Hunter. H.B. With D/J Published in 2010. 10 Chapters, Foreword, Acknowledgements, Introduction and Map Of The Hebrides, Notes, Bibliography, Index.320 Pages. £20
  3. The Ancient Monuments of the Western Isles. A Historic Scotland Publication. A Visitors Guide to the Principal Historic Sites and Monuments. Text by Noel Fojut, Denys Pringle and Bruce Walker. Edited by Denys Pringle. P.B. Published in 1994. 11 Chapters, Introduction, Further Reading. Includes many photographs. 72 Pages. £8

31.Notice of The Excavation of a  Broch at Jarlhof, Sumburgh, Shetland by John Bruce of Sumburgh. Reprinted from the Proceedings of the society of Antiquaries of Scotland December 10, 1906. Booklet, 33 Pages. £15

  1. The Book of Ross by Donald Macdonald. Sutherland and Caithness by A.Polson and Orkney and Shetland by James Brown. Descriptive, Historical and Antiquarian Plates. Numerous Illustrations. P.B. Date of Printing Unknown. Covers all the villages and towns of Ross Shire and Caithness and Sutherland. Includes Adverts. 142 Pages. £35

33.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 1972. Originally Published in 1930. 21 Chapters. 200 Pages. £10

34.Pentland Hero by Roy N. Pederson. The amazing story of Andrew Banks from Orkney who set up Pentland Ferries, in the late 1990’s without a penny of public subsidy and continues to this day to run a ferry service between Orkney and Gills Bay. A story worth reading. P.B. Published in 2010. 22 Chapters, Appendixes and Illustrations. 156 Pages. £6

  1. Revivals in the Highlands by Angus MacGillivray. P.B. Published in 2016. The original was published in 1859. Contents: Foreword, Author’s Note, Introduction, Revivals of Religion, General Results, Illustrative Sketches, Concluding Remarks. 65 Pages. £6
  2. Sir Isaac Newton President of the Royal Society 1703-1727. Lectures delivered on the occasion of the anniversary meeting of the Royal Society to commemorate the tercentenary of his birth 1942. Booklet, 44 Pages. £10
  3. Geography of the County of Sutherland. Adapted to the new code. With Coloured Mapand Illustrations. Part One: Natural Features, Part Two: Industrial Pursuits and Population. Pamphlet, 16 Pages. Not Dated. £25
  4. Geography of the County of Inverness Adapted to the New Code. With Coloured Map and Illustrations. Contents: Natural Features, Islands, Population, Towns, Etc, History. Pamphlet Printed in 1875. 32 Pages. £30
  5. Geography of the Counties of Moray and Nairn. With Coloured Map and Illustrations. Pamphlet Printed in 1874. Contents: Natural Features, Industrial Pursuits and Population, History and Antiquities, Topography. 32 Pages. £30
  6. Scottish Birds.By A..B. Lees. Booklet,printed in 1975. Covers the various birds in each area of Scotland. 40 Pages. £10
  7. The Husbanding of Red Deer.Proceedings of a Conference Held at the Rowett Institute, Aberdeen, in January 1969. Edited by M.M. Bannerman and K.L. Blaxter. Booklet. Contents: Introduction to the Purpose of the Conference, The Problem, The Potential of the Red Deer, Herd Management, Food and Disease of the Red Deer, The Alternatives to Intensified Deer Production, Deer Husbanding and Land Use, Discussion, Summing Up. 79 Pages. £12

42.The National Trust for Scotland Islands Cruise 10-17 May 1969. Passenger List ms Metor (2,900 tons) Bergen Line. 4 Pages. A very scarce booklet. £10

  1. The Isle of May A Scottish Nature Reserve by W.J. Eggeling. H.B. With D/J. Published in 1960. 1stEdition. Signed by the Author. Also, included with the book is a typed “A Visit to the Isle of May” by C.K. Mylne, taken from a magazine and dated Summer 1957. Part One: General History, Part Two: Detailed Accounts, Maps and Photographs. 280 Pages. £20
  2. The Heather Blooms at John O’ Groats by John S. Banks. P.B not Dated. A Series of Personal Reminiscences of country life in John O’ Groats from 1895 until the present day which is possibly the late 1950’s. Ten Chapters. 243 Pages. £10
  3. Selected Stories from Iain Crichton Smith. H.B. With D/J Published in 1990. 24 Stories in Total. 178 Pages. £8
  4. An Lasair Anthology of 18th Century Scottish Gaelic Verse. Edited by Ronald Black. P.B. Published in 2001.63 Poems in Total, in Gaelic with English translations. Also includes preface, Abbreviations, Introduction, Collections, Notes on the Poems, The Panegyric Code, Glossarial Index. 533 Pages. £10
  5. Teach Yourself Gaelic Edited by Roderick Mackinnon, M.A. H.B. Published in 1971. 35 Chapters and Appendixes. 324 Pages. £8
  6. Glenelg, Kintail & Lochalsh. An Historical Introduction by Roger Miket. P.B. Published in 1998. Contents: Introduction, Beginnings in a nutshell, The 18th Century Watershed, Johnson and Boswell pass by, Agriculture and Industry, Social Conditions of the People, By Land and Sea, Prophesy, Story and Song, The Parishes of Glenshiel, Kintail, Glenelg and Lochalsh. 80 Pages. £8

49.Highland Herald. Reporting the News from the North by David Ross. Foreword by Harry Reid.  From 1988 to 2017, David Ross was the Highland correspondent for the Herald. His patch stretched from the Mull of Kintyre in the south to Shetland in the north; from St Kilda in the west to Speyside in the east. During that time he covered all the major stories as they happened in the Highlands and Islands. P.B. Published in 2018. 17 Chapters, Illustrations. 256 Pages. £10

  1. Anam Cara. Spiritual Wisdom From the Celtic World by John O’ Donohue. H.B. With D/J Published in 1997 originally, this reprint is from 1999. Contents: Prologue, The Mystery of Friendship, Towards a Spirituality of the Senses, Solitude in Luminous, Work as a Poetics of Growth, Ageing: the Beauty of the Inner Harvest, Death: the Horizon is in the well. 281 Pages. £10
  2. Sea Sorrow The Story of the Iolaire Disaster. Booklet, Printed in 1972. This publication is of a contemporary account that appeared in the Stornoway Gazette in 1959. The original booklet was printed circa 1960, this reprint is from 1972. It gives a list of the Lewismen who lost their lives, set out township by township. 39 Pages. £8
  3. Roll of Honour Ness to Bernera For King and Country 1939 to 1945. A4 Size Publication printed in 1989. Covers every village from Eoropie in Ness to Croir in Bernera. Gives a record of all those who served, what rank they had and long they were in service. There is also a photo of nearly every individual named in this book. 127 Pages. £10
  4. The Highlands in Colour. Introduced by WH Murray. Photographed by WS Thomson. H.B. Originally Published in 1954. This reprint is from 1955. 57 Plates in Total. 64 Pages. £10
  5. Tales and Travels of a School Inspector by John Wilson. In the Highlands and Islands at the end of the 19th Century. Includes Jura, Heisker, Islay, Orkney, Coll, Argyll, Lewis and many others. P.B. Originally Published in 1928. This reprint is from 1998. 21 Chapters. 244 Pages. £8
  6. Last of the Free. A Millennial History of the Highlands and Islands of Scotland by James Hunter. H.B. With D/J Published in 1999.9 chapters, Illustrations,Conclusion, References, Bibliography, Index. 416 Pages. £10
  7. A Golden Tyme Indeid. 200 Years of Golf History at Royal Montrose. By Harry Faulkner and Richard Phinney. H.B. With D/J Published in 2010. 18 Chapters, Appendices, Photographs and a list of Captains and Club Members in 2010. 219 Pages. £12
  8. The Making of the Crofting Community by James Hunter. H.B. With D/J Published in 1976. 1st Edition. 12 Chapters, References, Bibliography and Index. Has been described as one of the most important books ever written on the history of crofting. 309 Pages. £10
  9. The Story of Tingwall Kirk by G.M. Nelson. H.B. With D/J Published in 1965. 12 Chapters, 8 Appendices, and illustrations. 314 Pages. Includes a newspaper cutting from the Shetland Times from 1990. £15
  10. The Third Statistical Account of Scotland. The County of Sutherland. Edited by John S. Smith. Volume XIX B. h.b. With D/J Published in 1988. Contents: Foreword, Introduction, The Parishes, 13 in Total, Bibliography, Index. Includes Illustrations. 286 Pages. £20
  11. For The People’s Cause. From the Writings of John Murdoch. Highland and Irish Land Reformer. Edited and Introduced by James Hunter. H.B. With D/J Published in 1986. 9 Chapters and Illustrations. 204 Pages. £10

61.Yesterday Was Summer. The Marion Campbell Story. By Marian Pallister & David Adams McGilp. H.B. With D/J Published in 2007. The book is in two parts: Part One: Marion Campbell -the woman, Part Two: Marion Campbell -the work. 12 Chapters about the woman and 17 Chapters about her work, Acknowledgements, Bibliography, Index and Photographs. 272 Pages. £10

  1. The Argyll Book Edited by Donald Omand. H.B. With D/J Published in 2004. 21 Chapters, Bibliography, Index, Plates, Figures and Maps. 304 Pages. £15
  2. Air Bilean an t-Sluaigh: Sealladh air Leantalachd Beul Aithris Ghaidhlig Uibhist a Tuath le Maighread A. Challan. P.B. Air Fhoillseachadh ann an 2012. 5 Caibidealan: Co theacsa Soisealta Beul Aithris, Dualchasach Beul aithris, Feumalachd agus Tairbhe Beul aithris, Adhbharan Tanachaidh, Co Dhunaidhean. Earra Radhan – Taghadh de Orain Ruairidh Mhicaoidh, Domhnaill Ruadh Choruna, Aonghas Lachlan Bhig, Stuth Aithris is Oideas, Fiosrachadh bho chunntasan sluaigh. 256 Duilleag. £10
  3. St Columba’s Ui Church otherwise EaglaiS na h-Aoidhe. An Historical perspective. By Colin Scott Mackenzie. P.B. Published in 2012. 16 Chapters, List of Board Members, Past and Present, Genealogical Tables, Bibliography, Glossary, Index and Illustrations. 120 Pages. £8

65. Colkitto. A Celebration of Clan Donald of Colonsay (1570-1647) by Kevin Byrne. P.B. Published in 1997. 16 Chapters, Appendices, Maps and Genealogical Tables. 240 Pages. £10

  1. Pit Life. Stories from the Scottish Coalfield. A Workers Educational Association Publication. P.B. Published in 1988. 9 Stories from different writers. 78 Pages. £6
  2. Sanais An samhradh 1986. Le Comunn Eachdraidh Uig. This magazine type publication is entirely devoted to crofting and the events of 1886. 11 Pages. £6
  3. The Corbetts and other Scottish Hills. Scottish Mountaineering Club Hillwalkers Guide. Volume Two Edited by Scott Johnstone, Hamish Brown and Donald Bennet. H.B. Published in 1990, this reprint with amendments is from 1993. 17 Chapters, Illustrations and Index. 250 Pages. £8

69. 20th Century Publications in Scottish Gaelic. Edited by Donald John Macleod. H.B. With D/J Published in 1980. This is a descriptive bibliography of Gaelic publications in the 20th century. Entries are arranged alphabetically. 188 Pages. £10

  1. Stornoway Historical Society. Journal Issue 32. July 2009. A4 Size Publication. Contents: From the Editor’s Chair, Family Portraits, Tattoo Hebrides, Two Tales about Some Rings, James Alexander Stewart Mackenzie, The Smell Of Stornoway, Gallows Hill, Macaulay Farm, Peat Reclamation Scheme, Memories of a Prisoner of War Camp, The Sons of John Norrie Anderson, The Closing of Woolworth’s Stornoway Store, A Tribute to Kenny Moony, 31 Pages. £6
  2. Stornoway Historical Journal Issue No 33. December 2009. A4 Size Publication. Contents: From the Editor’s Chair, John Mackay’s School, The Ferry to Stornoway, The Brightest Ornament (The Life of Daniel Mackinlay), Society News, Stornoway Sea Captains, Early Visits to Stornoway,. 27 Pages. £6
  3. Glasgow’s Dancing Daft. Booklet, published in 1994. 6 Chapters. 44 Pages. £6
  4. A Taste of Glenelg. A Collection of Recipes from the Residents of Glenelg & Arnisdale. Booklet, not dated. Contents: Soups & Starters, Main Courses, Miscellanous, Puddings & Desserts, Baking, Holiday Adverts. 31 Pages. £6
  5. Arnisdale and Loch Hourn the clachans, people, memories and the future by Peter R. English. A4 Size Publication. Published in 2000. 36 Chapters and numerous photographs. 484 Pages. £20
  6. English -Gaelic Key to Dwelly’s Gaelic -English Dictionary by Girvan McKay. Booklet, printed in 1974. 22 Pages. £6
  7. Gaelic Proverbs and Proverbial Sayings With English Translations by T.D. Macdonald. Contents: Introduction, Miscellaneous, Men, Woman, Marriage, Weather and Season Lore, Object Lessons from Nature, The Diety, The Devil, Land and Labour, The Fingalians, St Columba and Other Saints, Clans and Clanship. 156 Pages. £20
  8. Dorcha Tro Ghlainne. Air a dheasachadh le Domhnall Iain Macleoid. H.B. Air fhoillseachadh an an 1970. Taghadh de sgeulachdan goirid. 13 sgeulachdan uile gu leir. Le Iain Moreach, Martainn Domhnallach, Iain Mac a Ghobhainn, Criosaidh Dick, Fionnlagh I MacDhomhnaill, Ruairidh MacThomais,Coinneach Fionnlasdan, An Caibearnach, Rarlon Seixas, Rob Shirley, Am Bard Bochd, Appendix. 150 Pages. £8
  9. Sar Orain. Gaelic Poems . Edited by Angus Macleod. Three Gaelic Poems: Luinneag Mhicleoid le Mairi Nighean Alasdair Ruaidh, Birlinn Chlann Raghnaill le Alasdair MacMhaighstir Alasdair, Moladh BeinnDobhrain le Donnchadh Ban. H.B. Published in 1932. 232 Pages. £15
  10. The Lewis Land Struggle. Na Gaisgich by Joni Buchannan. P.B. Published in 1996. Contents: Foreword by Angus Macleod, Introduction, Bernera, The Park Deer Raid, Aiginish 1888, Coll and Gress, The Wider Struggle, Selected Songs and Poems. Includes newspaper cuttings about the book and the land raids. Includes Photographs. 209 Pages. £8
  11. The Companion to Gaelic Scotland. Edited by Derick S. Thomson. H.B. With D/J Published in 1983. Contents: Preface, Acknowledgements, List of Contributors, Guide to Contents by Subject, Companion to Gaelic Scotland, Chronology, Bibliography, Index. 363 Pages. £10
  12. The Lewis Trivia Quix Book by Francis Thompson. Booklet, printed in 1989. Who? What? When? Where? A publication that covers many aspects of Lewis, the island, the people and Stornoway the town. If you want to improve your knowledge of island history then this booklet won’t disappoint you. Over 300 questions in total. £6
  13. Neil M Gunn. A Highland Life. Edited by FR Hart & JB Pick. Contents: Youth (1891-1921) , The Years In Inverness (1921-1937), Braefarm: The Writer as Professional (1937-1949), Light at the End (1949-1973), Notes on Sources, Selected Bibliography, Index. Includes Illustrations. 314 Pages. £8
  14. The Trial of Patrick Sellar. The Tragedy of Highland Evictions by Ian Grimble. Introduction by Eric Linklater. H.B. With D/H Published in 1962, this second impression is from 1963. 12 Chapters, Appendix, Index. Includes a newspaper cutting announcing the death of the author. 166 Pages. £15
  15. The Survival of the Unfittest. The Highland Clearances and the End of Isolation by Robert Mathieson. P.B. Published in 2000. 12 Chapters, 3 Appendixes, Index of Subjects, Index of Personal Names. 267 Pages. £10
  16. Gardie A Shetland House and its People. By Wendy Scott. H.B. Published in 2007. 8 Chapters, Acknowledgements, Sources and Bibliography, Maps, Index. Includes Illustrations. 196 Pages. £10
  17. A Life of Song By Marjory Kennedy Fraser. H.B. With D/J Published in 1929. 1st Edition. Contents: Part One: The Kennedys, Part Two: Life as a Teacher, Part Three: To the Hebrides, Part IV, Fruition. Includes Illustrations. 198 Pages. £20
  18. Eilean Na H-Oige. Island of Youth. Insel Der Jugend. Poem by Fr Allan Mcdonald. Translated by: P Campbell, A Macdonald, G.Vogler -Fiesser. P.B. Printed in 1985. This book is a limited edition of 200 copies of which this is number 148. Each book is signed by the artist of the drawings and the Editor. Includes a newspaper cutting with a review of the book. £15
  19. The Little General and the Rousay Crofters. Crisis and Conflict on an Orkney Estate. By William PL Thomson. H.B. With D/J Published in 1981. 18 Chapters, contains tables, figures and Plates, Notes and an Index. 234 Pages. £10 Includes newspaper cuttings with reviews of the book.
  20. Dolly Doctor Pictures of Bygone Island Life. An Island Book Trust Publication. P.B. Published in 2009. This book is a collection of historical photographs of the Outer Hebrides from the collection of the late Dr Donald Macdonald of Gisla, affectionately known as Dolly Doctor. Includes a short biography of him. Nearly 100 photographs in total and each photograph is accompanied by a caption. 98 Pages. £8
  21. Air mo Chuairt le Ealasaid Chaimbeul. P.B. Air fhoillseachadh ann an 1982. Cunntas mu bheatha an ughdaira ruigadh ann am Barraigh ann an 1913. 25 Caibidealan. 89 Duilleag. £8
  22. The History of the Highland Clearances by Alex Mackenzie. H.B. With D/J Published in 1946. Second Edition, altered and revised. Contents: Editor’s Preface, Introduction, Sutherland, Trial of Patrick Sellar, Ross Shire, Inverness Shire, The Hebrides, Argyllshire, Buteshire, Perthshire, Notable Dicta, Statistical Statement, Appendices. 286 Pages. £15
  23. Domhnall Ruadh Choruna. Orain is Dain le Domhnall Domhnallach. H.B. With D/J Air Fhoillseachadh ann an 1969. 57 Orain uile gu leir. 101 Duilleag. £15
  24. Domhnall Ruadh Choruna. Orain is Dain le Domhnall Domhnallach Uibhist a Tuath. Air a dheasachadh le Fred Macamhlaidh. P.B. Air Fhoillseachadh ann an 1995. Contents: Foreword, Foreword to the First Edition, Domhnall Ruadh (From the First Edition), Livelihood in Uist, The Bard, The Bard’s Family Tree, A Letter, To Fred Macaulay, Prose, Poems in Memory of the Bard, Illustrations. All chapters are in Gaelic with English Translations. 199 Pages. £10
  25. The Lord is Risen Indeed. Sermons Preached in Stornoway and Elsewhere by the Rev Roderick Morrison Minister Emeritus of Stornoway High Church and formerly of Lochcarron. H.B. Published in 1951. Twenty Three Sermons in Total. 143 Pages. £8
  26. Lewis Revivals of the Twentieth Century by Rev Norman Macleod. Booklet, printed late 1980’s. 17 Pages. £6

96.Handbook of Gaelic Phrases and Sentences With Pronunciations and English Equivalents. New Edition Revised and Enlarged by Alexander Macfarlane M.A. Booklet, printed in 1949. 64 Pages. £10

97.Luinneagan Reobais. Duanagan Gaoil is Orain Dhuthcha le Alasdair Mac an Fhleisteir (nach maireann) Cill-Mheanaidh, Ile. Leabharann air fhoillseachadh an an 1929. 13 Orain uile gu leir. (Gann) 27 Duilleag. £20

  1. Rails to Kyle of Lochalsh. The story of the Dingwall and Skye Railway including the Strathpeffer Branch by David McConnell. H.B. With D/J Published in 1997. Contents: Part One: Railos to Strome, Part Two: Rails to Kyle, Part Three: A Century of the Kyle Line, Appendices, Includes many Illustrations. 340 Pages. £15
  2. Land, Faith and the Crofting Community. Christianity and Social Criticism in the Highlands of Scotland, 1843-1893. By Allan W. MacColl. This book probes the deep rooted links between the land, the people and the religious culture of the Scottish Highlands and Islands in the Nineteenth Century. 6 chapters, Conclusion, Bibliography and Index. 240 Pages. £45 (Very rare to see a copy for sale)
  3. Is it that time already? Rikki Fulton The Autobiography. H.B. With D/J Published in 1999. 48 Chapters, Awards, Index. Includes many Illustrations. 330 Pages. £6

101.Landscapes of Delight. In Poetry, Ballad and Song by James C. Morrison. Booklet,printed in 2007. The author is a native highlander and crofter and lives in Achlyness, Kinlochbervie.  34 Poems, ballads and songs in total. 41 Pages. £6

  1. Time Travels. Highlands and Islands Enterprise 1965-2015. By Catherine Deveney. Stories from a remarkable 50 year journey. P.B. Published in 2015. Contents: Preface, Foreword, Introduction, Ross Shire to Skye, Strathpeffer to Glencoe, Campbeltown to Brodick, Moray to Inverness, North to Caithness, Orkney and Shetland, By air to the Outer Hebrides, Where next? 135 Pages. Includes Photographs. £8
  2. Survival Against The Odds. The story of Petty Officer Donald Mackinnon Russian Convoy Survivor by Donald J. Macleod. P.B. Published in 2000. 17 Chapters, Conclusion, Bibliography. 99 Pages. £8
  3. My Favourite Stories of Scotland. Edited by John Laurie. H.B. With D/J Published in 1978. 11 Stories in total. 128 Pages. £8
  4. Calum’s Road by Roger Hutchinson. H.B. Published in 2006. The extraordinary story of Calum Macleod from Raasay who through determination, strength and hard work built a road on his native island. 6 Chapters, Preface, Maps, Notes, Bibliography. 196 Pages. £8
  5. Maclarens Gaelic Self Taught. An introduction to Gaelic for beginners (with guide to pronunciation) Reprint of fourth (Revised Edition). P.B. Published in 1992. 224 Pages. £8
  6. An Enormous Reckless Blunder. The story of the Lewis Chemical Works by Ali Whiteford. P.B. Published in 2017. Contents: Part One: The Journey to Lewis, Part Two: Peat, Politics and People, Part Three: The Lewis Chemical Works, Epilogue. 255 Pages. £8
  7. A Guide to Point. An Rubha, The Eye Peninsula, Isle of Lewis. Edited by Liz Chaplin. Booklet, printed in 2014. Contents: Introduction, Eaglais na H-aoidhe, Archaeological Highlights of Point, Natural History of Point, Crofting, The Fishings, Map of Point, Tiumpan Head Lighthouse, Piers Around Point, Wrecks of Point, Aiginish Riots, Lewis Chemical Works, Brick Making at Claypark, Garrabost Mill, World War 1 -The Point Contribution, The Iolaire Tragedy, Point Coastal Path, Further Reading, The Contributors. 88 Pages. £8
  8. Morvern A Highland Parish by Norman Macleod. Edited by Iain Thornber. P.B. Published in 2002. 21 Chapters, Acknowledgements, Preface, Introduction, The Macleods of Fiunary, Macleods of Finuary Family Tree, Map, Notes, 1779 Census, Glossary of terms used in 1779 census, 1841 census, List of Officers from Mull and Morvern. 258 Pages. £8
  9. Scots and the Sea by James D.G. Davidson. H.B. With D/J Published in 2003. 20 Chapters and 5 Appendices. 256 Pages. £8
  10. Dundee An Illustrated Introduction by Charles McKean and David Walker. P.B. Published in 1984, this 2nd edition is from 1985. 152 Pages which includes illustrations. £8
  11. Castles in the Air by Lady Jean Fforde. The memories of a childhood in two castles. P.B. Published in 1996. 19 Chapters and Illustrations. 203 Pages. £6
  12. “Hallow My Sabbaths” Pamphlet by Rev G.N.M. Collins. 8 Pages. Not Dated. £6
  13. Buchanan, The Sacred Bard of the Scottish Highlands. His Confessions and His Spiritual Songs Rendered into English Verse. With his letters and a Sketch of his life by Lachlan MacBean. H.B. Published circa 1919. Contents: Preface, Bibliography, Life of Dugald Buchanan, The Spiritual Songs, The Confessions, Appendices. 224 Pages. £20
  14. Old Inverness in Pictures. By Inverness Field Club. H.B. With D/J. Published in 1978, this reprint is from 1989. 222 Pages. £8
  15. The Isle of Raasay by Robert B. Malloy. H.B. With D/J Published in 1975. 1st Edition. 19 Chapters and Bibliography. Includes Illustrations. 83 Pages. £15
  16. Wild Scots. Four Hundred Years of Highland History by Michael Fry. H.B. With D/J Published in 2005. 20 Chapters, Illustrations, Preface, Maps, Notes on Gaelic Pronunciations, Key Characters, Chronology, Glossary, Notes, Index. 378 Pages. £10
  17. Keeping Glasgow in Stitches. Edited by Liz Arthur. Introduction by Claire Higney. P.B. Published in 1991. A book charting the social and political history of the City. Contents: January The Sales, February -The Paisley Pattern, March -The Spirit of the Community, April -Dear Green Place, May -Paint the Town Red, June -A Woman’s Life, July -The Glasgow Fair, August -Glasgow Style, September Football Crazy, October -The Big City, November -Remembrance, December -Entertainment. Includes Illustrations. 208 Pages. £8. Slight tear at bottom of back cover.
  18. Clydebuilt. The blockade runners cruisers and armoured rams of the american civil war. By Eric J Graham. P.B. Published in 2006. 7 Chapters, 8 Appendixes, Selected Bibliography and Index. Includes Illustrations and Maps. 238 Pages. £8
  19. The Feuds of the Clans. By the Rev Alex Macgregor. Together with The History of the Feuds and Conflicts Among the Clans. In Northern Parts of Scotland and in the Western Isles.From the Year MXXXI Unto MDCXIX. First published in 1764, from a MS, Wrote in the reign of King James VI.H.B. Published in 1907. Contents: The Feuds of the Clans, The Description of Sutherland, Conflicts -33 in total. Includes Island conflicts: Troubles in the Western Isles in the year 1586, Troubles in the West Isles Betwixt the Clan Donald and the Siol Tormoit in 1601, Troubles in the Island of Raasay in 1611, The troubles of the Lewis. 176 Pages. £125
  20. Highland Route NO V. Oban to the Isle of Skye, Gairloch, Loch Maree &c to Inverness. By William Keddie Esq 9 Chapters, Appendix and Index. Includes Illustrations. H.B. Not dated but there is an advert in the book dated 1863. 71 Pages. £35
  21. Annals and Recollections of Sunart by Alastair Cameron ‘North Argyll’ Booklet, Published in 1961. Contents: Salen to Woodend, Woodend to Strontian and 2 Appendixes. 72 Pages. £20
  22. Memories of an Orkney Family by Henrietta Groundwater. Booklet, printed in 1967. 42 Pages. £15
  23. The Church in Arran From the Earliest Period to the Present Day by the Rev J. Kennedy Cameron. H.B. Published in 1912. 11 Chapters which includes The Arran People, Paganism, Early Christianity, The Reformation, Moderatism, Erastianism, Voluntaryism, The Present Prospect, Appendix, Index. 188 Pages. £20
  24. A Description Of the Isles of Orkney by The Rev James Wallace. Minister of Kirkwall. Reprinted from the Original Edition of 1693, with Illustrative Notes from an interleaved copy in the Library of the University of Edinburgh formerly the property of Malcolm Laing, the Scottish Historian, together with the additions made by the Author’s son, in the Edition of 1700. Edited by John Small. H.B. Published in 1883. Includes newspaper cuttings about the book. 251 Pages. £75
  25. Scottish Population Statistics Including Webster’s Analysis of Population 1755. Edited by James Gray Kyd. H.B. With D/J Originally Published in 1952, this reprint is from 1975. Contents: Foreword, Introduction, Webster’s Census, 3 Appendixes and Index. 107 Pages. £15
  26. A Scientific Survey of Aberdeen and District. Prepared for the Aberdeen Meeting 1934 by Various Authors. H.B. Published in 1934. 18 Chapters in Total. 123 Pages. £25

128.Orkney Folklore and Traditions by Walter Traill Dennison. Edited with an introduction by Ernest W. Marwick. H.B. With D/J Published in 1961. 12 Chapters. Includes newspaper cuttings about the author.  96 Pages. £20

  1. The New Orkney Book. Compiled and Edited by John Shearer W.Groundwater, JD. Mackay. H.B. With D/J Published in 1966, this reprint is from 1967. 19 Chapters then 8 chapters by various Orkney authors, Appendix of facts and figures, Index and Illustrations. 183 Pages. £15
  2. The Islands of Scotland Hebrides, Orkneys and Shetland by Hugh MacDiarmid. H.B. With D/J Published in June 1939. 5 chapters, Index and Illustrations. 140 Pages. £12
  3. The Prehistory of Orkney BC 4000-1000 ad. Colin Renfrew Editor. H.B. With D/J. Published in 1985. 11 Chapters, Appendix, Bibliography and Index. Includes Illustrations. 304 Pages. £15
  4. The Fortified House in Scotland. Volume Five North and West Scotland and Miscellaneous. By Nigel Tranter. H.B with D/J Published in 1977. This is a facsimilie of the 1962 Edition. 13 Chapters in total. List of Much Altered Structures, Index. 252 Pages. £15

133.Birdwatcher in the Outer Hebrides by Peter Cunningham, Tim Dix and Philip Snow. Booklet, printed in 1995. Contents: General Description, A general discussion on birdlife, Map of Harris & Lewis, Stornoway, The Butt of Lewis, Barvas to Shawbost, Uig, Harris. 78 Pages. Signed by Peter Cunningham. £10

  1. The Upstander by Alastair Christie Johnston. Booklet, printed in 1977. A wartime account of life in a Shetland parish. -North Yell. 59 Pages. £8
  2. For the Islands I Sing by George Mackay Brown. An Autobiography. P.B. Published in 1997, this reprint is from 2001. 192 Pages. £6
  3. Orkney Poems An Anthology of Orkney Verse Edited by Ernest W Marwick. Second Edition. P.B. Published in 1949. Contents: Poetry of the Norse Era, Fragments of Folk Poetry, Orkney Poets of the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries, Additional Poems, Travellers Tales -Poems About Orkney. 194 Pages. £15

137.Merchant Lairds of Long Ago. Being the studies of Orkney life and conditions in the early 18th Century. Part I Traill Family Letters. Edited by Hugh Marwick. P.B. Published in 1936. 152 Pages. Includes Biographical notes on James and David Traill. 157 Pages. £15

  1. A Book of Islands by W.S. Bristowe. H.B. With D/J Published in 1969. 19 Chapters, 4 Chapters on Scottish Islands. Includes Illustrations. 208 Pages. £10
  2. Behold the Hebrides or Wayfaring in the Western Isles by Alasdair Alpin MacGregor. H.B. With D/J Published in 1925. Foreword by Lord Alness. 33 Chapters, Glossary and Illustrations. 248 Pages. £15
  3. Orkney Surnames by Gregor Lamb. H.B. Published in 1981. The book is in three parts and includes Appendixes, Bibliography, Index. Includes a handwritten letter from the author to the purchaser of the book and also has newspaper cuttings about the book. 128 Pages. £45

141.Who Was Who in Orkney. Compiled by W.S. Hewison. H.B. With D/J Published in 1998. 700 individuals are named in this book. 187 Pages. £25

  1. Testimony of Orkneyingar. The placenames of Orkney b y Gregor Lamb. H.B. With D/J Published in 1993. 10 Chapters and Index. Includes a letter from the author to the purchaser of the book plus a newspaper cutting about dialect words.176 Pages. £45
  2. Dumfries and the land of Burns. The official Guide. With street plan and District Map. Seventh Edition. Booklet, not dated. A comprehensive guide to the Town, includes adverts of local businesses and Illustrations. 88 Pages. £8
  3. A Window on North Ronaldsay by Peter A Tulloch. H.B. With D/J Published in 1974. 1st Edition. 20 Chapters, 3 Appendixes. 195 Pages. £15
  4. Aspects of Orkney. Kelp Making in Orkney by William P.L. Thomson. H.B. With D/J Published in 1983. Figures and drawings by Anne Leith. 14 Chapters, 7 Appendixes, Notes, Index. 116 Pages. £15
  5. A History of Huntly Cricket Club 1915-1945 by Patrick W. Scott. P.B. Not Dated. 5 Chapters and Statistics. Includes Photographs. 112 Pages. £15
  6. A History of the Parish of Dyke & Moy. Booklet, printed in 1966. Compiled by Members of Dyke W.R.I. Contents: The Parish, People, Their Homes and their way of Life, Sandhills and trees, Farms, Rivers and Burns, Natural History, Religion and Churches, Schools, Transport, Gardens, Local recipes and Food, Witches, Wars, Prospect. 52 Pages. £20
  7. North Sea Ferries. Ships of the Night by Barry Mitchell. P.B. Published in 1991. 1 Chapters and Photographs. 96 Pages. £8
  8. The Young Adventurer. The Wanderings of Prince Charles Edward Stuart in Scotland and England in 1745-46 by Donald Nicholas. H.B. With D/J Published in 1949. Eleven Chapters, Map of his route in Scotland and England, Epilogue, Appendixes, Index. 228 Pages. £25
  9. Fisher Blue. A collection of North east tales and poems by Peter Buchan. 53 Chapters and Plates. 98 Pages. Signed by the Author. £8

151.The Foundations of Islay (To the end of the B.C. ERA) BY Domhnull Gruamach. Booklet. Printed in 1964. 26 Chapters. 99 Pages. £15

  1. Rhymes About Some Highland Islanders Who Dwelt in Scotlands Bonny Islands by Denis Miller & T.C. Macaulay. Assisted by Phyllis Were & Dollie Parsons. Booklet, with rhymes and cartoons. Not Dated. 24 Pages. £10
  2. The Highlands and Islands of Scotland. Prepared in association with the Highlands and Islands Development Board. 1967. Booklet, 15 Chapters. Contents include; Geography, Description and Travel, Transport, Pre History Antiquities and History, Clans and Heraldry, Social Customs, Costume and Folklore, Recreation and Sport, Biography and Memoirs, Gaelic Language and Literature, etc, etc. 50 Pages. £10
  3. Island Voices by Fiona MacDonald. Foreword by Iain Crichton Smith. P.B. Originally Published in 1992, this reprint is from 1994. 32 islanders are interviewed in this book, from South Uist, Skye, Coll, Mull, Iona, Harris, Berneray, Lewis, North Uist, Tiree and Barra. 175 Pages. £8
  4. A Hebridean Journey With Boswell and Johnson by Elizabeth Stucley. H.B. With D/J Published in 1956. 30 Chapters and Illustrations. 212 Pages. £25
  5. Gaelic in Scotland 1971. Some Sociological and Demographic Considerations of the Census Report and Gaelic by Kenneth Mackinnon. Booklet, printed in 1978. 4 Chapters and Appendices. 110 Pages. £10
  6. The Clyde Puffer by Dan McDonald. H.B. Published in 1977, this reprint is from 1978. 48 Pages which includes many photographs. £8
  7. Go Listen to the Crofters by A.D. Cameron. The Napier Commission and Crofting a century Ago. P.B. Originally Published in 1986, this reprint is from 1990.Includes chapters on Skye, Lewis and Harris, barra and the Uists, Shetland, Orkney, Sutherland and the North West, Inverness Shire and Argyll. 16 Chapters, Bibliography and Index. 132 Pages. £10
  8. Scottish Petroleum Annual 1992. Ninian Renewed. Maqazine. Published 1992. Editor: Ted Strachan. Includes articles on various aspects of the industry, photographs and adverts. 104 Pages. £10
  9. Bygone Dumfries and Galloway. From old Photographs. Volume Three by Desmond Donaldson. Booklet, Not Dated. All Photographs of old Dumfries and Galloway with captions. 79 Pages. £8
  10. Passage of Time. The story of Queensfery Passage and the village of North Queensferry by Peter & Carol Dean. A4 Size Publication. Printed in 1981. 8 chapters, Postscript and Illustrations. 78 Pages. £10
  11. Coke of Norfolk. Published on the two hundredth anniversary of the first Holkham Sheep Shearings which Coke of Norfolk made famous. Booklet, not dated. 12 Pages. Includes Photographs. £8
  12. Edinburgh As It Was. Volume One by CS Minto. Booklet, Photographs 1844-1924 by the Rock House Studio, Edinburgh. Printed in 1974. 64 Photographs. £10
  13. SpeyBuilt The story of a forgotten industry by Jim Skelton. Designed and illustrated by Graeme Nairn. Foreword by John Grant of Rothiemurchus. P.B. Published in 1994. Contents: Speymouth, Historical, Pinus Sylvestris, Ships and Shipbuilders, 1784-1808, Ships and Shipbuilders 1808-1908, Present day Speymouth. 5 Appendixes, Bibliography and Acknowledgements. 99 Pages. £15

165.Aspects of Orkney. Old Orkney Trades. Edited by Sheila Spence. H.B. With D/J Published in 1988. Contents: The road metaller in Westray, The Well borer in Birsay, The stonemason in Harray, The Quarryman in Sandwick, The Wheelwright in Orkney, The Shoemaker in Kirkwall, The Tailoress in Stromness, Index. 80 Pages. Includes a newspaper cutting with a review of the book. £15

  1. Harris In History and Legend by Bill Lawson. P.B. Published in 2002. Contents: Proluge, The Macahir, 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. 217 Pages. £8

167.Beinn Eighe. The Mountain Above The Wood by J. Laughton Johnston and Dick Balharry. P.B. Published in 2001. The story of the first fifty years of Britain’s first National Nature Reserve. 10 Chapters, 3 Appendixes. 172 Pages. £10

  1. The Thin Red Line. War, Empire and Visions of Scotland by Stuart Allan and Allan Carsewell. H.B. Not Dated. Contents: Tradition, Strategy, Prospects, Reputations, Index, Select Bibliography. 159 Pages. £10
  2. John Ramsay of Kildalton. Being an account of his life in Islay and including the Diary of his trip to Canada in 1870 by Freda Ramsay. H.B. With D/J Published in 1969, this reprint is from 1988. Contents: Foreword, Acknowledgements, Introduction, John Ramsay of Kildalton -his life, Diary of a Trip to America, 2 Appendixes, Bibliography, Biographical Index. 163 Pages. £15
  3. Gremlins in My Garden by Angus MacVicar. H.B. With D/J Published in 1985. Confessions of a Harassed Horticulturist. 15 Chapters and Illustrations. 147 Pages. £8
  4. In Hebridean Seas by Francis Thompson. P.B. Published in 1994. 12 Chapters, Conclusion, Select Bibliography. Thos book is, then, the story of a maritime community in which the sea is the thread which binds all together. 114 Pages. £8
  5. Islands Postal History Series. No 7. Orkney & Stroma by James A. Mackay. A4 Size Publication. Printed in 1979. Contents: Introduction, Sea and Air Communications, Kirkwall, Wartime Postal Markings, Stromness, Mainland Sub Offices, The South Isles, The North Isles, Stroma, Index of Post Offices in Orkney. 64 Pages. £25
  6. Islands Postal History Series: No 8 By James A. Mackay. A4 Size Publication. Printed in 1979. Contents: Introduction, Sea and Air Communications, Lerwick, The First World War, Mainland, Yell, Unst and Fetlar, The Other Shetland Isles, Index of Shetland Sub Offices, Plates 1 XVI. 70 Pages. £25
  7. Birds of Rhum by J.A. Love. A4 Size Publication with ring binding. 20 Pages. £10
  8. The Cathedral and Royal Burgh of Kirkwall. By John Mooney. Second Edition. H.B. Published in 1947. Contents: Part One: The Church, Part Two: The Town, Part Three: The Earldom, 3 Appendixes and Illustrations. 251 Pages. £25

176.A Glossary of the Shetland Dialect by James Stout Angus. H.B. Published in 1914. 1st Edition. 170 Pages. £45

  1. The School Gaelic Dictionary. Prepared for the Use of Learners of The Gaelic Language by Malcolm Macfarlane. H.B. Published in 1912. 1st Edition. 189 Pages. £25

178.A Pronouncing and Etymological Dictionary of the Gaelic Language. Gaelic -English English Gaelic by Malcolm Maclennan D.D. H. B. Published in 1925. 1st Edition. 613 Pages. £45

179.Memories of the Island of Scarp by Donald John Macleod. Booklet, Printed in 2009. 32 Pages. £6

  1. Game on Lewis and Harris -Past and Present. P.B. Published in 2007. Contents: Foreword, Introduction, Game on Lewis and Harris -Past Present, Game Preservation on Lewis and Harris, Game Records, Fish on Lewis and Harris, Vermin, Conclusion, Acknowledgements, List of Illustrations. 64 Pages. £8
  2. The Heather and the Gale. Clan Donald and Clan Campbell during the Wars of Montrose by Ronald Williams. P.B. Published in 1997. Contents: Premonition, The Heather and the Gale, The Lowland Antagonists, The Highland Campaigns, Retribution, Epilogue, Footnotes, Select Bibliography, Index. Includes Maps. 214 Pages. £8
  3. Orain Dhomhnaill Ailean Dhomhnaill na Banaich. The Songs of Donald Allan Macdonald 1906–1992. Edited by John Angus Macdonald. H.B. With D/J Published in 1999.Contents include a Biography of the Bard, his family tree, Collecting and Editing his Songs, Introductory Notes to Songs, Songs and Translations, Background to Songs, etc. 317 Pages. £12
  4. Discovering Inverness Shire by Loraine Maclean of Dochgarroch. P.B. Published in 1988. 13 Chapters, Illustrations. 251 Pages. £15
  5. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh Section B (Biological Sciences) Vol 77. The Natural Environment of the Western Isles Edited by John Morton Boyd. H.B. Published in 1979. Contents: Introduction, The Physical Environment, The Marine Environment, The Vegetation, Freshwater and Terrestrial Invertebrates, The Avifauna, Resources and Planning. 561 Pages. £35
  6. A Gaelic Grammar Including a chapter on Personal and Place Names by George Calder. This is a photolithographic reprint of the original edition published in Glasgow, 1923. H.B. With D/J Published in 1972. 352 Pages. £10
  7. The Barlinnie Story by Robert Jeffrey. Riots, Death, Retribution, and Redemption in Scotlands Infamous Prison. 14 Chapters, Barlinnie Timeline, Governors of Barlinnie Prison, Index. Includes Photographs. 244 Pages. £6
  8. Bizarre Scotland. Discover the Country’s Secrets and Surprises by David Long. H.B. With D/J Published in 2014. 19 Chapters. 218 Pages. £8
  9. The Story of Scotch Whisky. A journey of discovery into the world’s Noblest Spirit by Tom Bruce Gardyne. H.B. Published in 2015, this edition is from 2017. The book is in three parts. Part two looks at the story of whisky in Islay, Western Isles, The Highlands, Speyside, Campbeltown, The Lowlands. Includes Photographs. 176 Pages. £10

189.John Anthony’s Flora of Sutherland. P.B. Edited and Compiled by J.B. Kenworthy. Published in 1976. 7 chapters, Bibliography, Reference List of Contributors, County Flora, Index of English Names, Index of Latin Names.201 Pages. £20

  1. The Wings of the Morning by Kenneth MacVicar. Foreword by Angus MacVicar. The life story of a very ordinary man who proved that it is better to be lucky than clever. H.B. With D/J Published in 1996. The book is in three parts: Early Days, The War, Peace and Ministry. Includes Photographs. 200 Pages. £8
  2. The Island Clans During Six Centuries by The Rev Canon R.C. Macleod of Macleod. Contents: The Norse Occupation of the Hebrides, The Clan System, The Clansmen, Home Life, Internal and External Warfare, Scottish Kings and Island Chiefs, The Passing of the Old Order, Employment and Unemployment, A West Highland Estate During Four Centuries, Some Island Folklore, Index. 187 Pages. £45
  3. Orain Luaidh. Mairi Nighean Alasdair. Air a chruinneachadh le K.C. Craig. H.B air fhoillseachadh ann an 1949. 124 Duilleag. £15

193.Scapa Flow in War and Peace by WS Hewison. P.B. Published in 1995. 16 Chapters. 112 Pages. Includes many photographs. £8

  1. The North Berwick by Walter M. Ferrier. H.B. With D/J Published in 1980. 1st Edition. The authoritative history of North Berwick. 9 chapters, Sources and Authorities, Acknowledgements, Index. Includes many Illustrations. 102 Pages. £12
  2. The Essential Gaelic English Dictionary. Compiled by Angus Watson. P.B. Published in 2001, this edition published with corrections in 2007. A Dictionary for Students and Learners of Scottish Gaelic. 415 Pages. £10
  3. A Scott Returns A Journey From Bali to Skye by Alastair Scott. H.B. With D/J Published. 18 Chapters, Illustrations & Maps. 283 Pages. £8

197.Life on God’s Island. Stories from the Inner Hebridean Isle of Gigha by Freddy Gillies. P.B. Published in 1999. 18 Chapters. 94 Pages. £8

198.Old Galloway by Ian Donnachie and Innes Macleod. H.B. With D/J Published in 1974. 13 Chapters, Appendices, References and Bibliography, Index. Includes Illustrations. 168 Pages. £10

199.Tales From An Island. To The Edge of the Sea/ Twice Around The Bay by Christina Hall. P.B. Published in 2008. 364 Pages. Includes Photographs. £6

  1. The Corncrake and the Lysander by Finlay J Macdonald. H.B. With D/J Published in 1985. Thirteen Chapters. 192 Pages. £8
  2. On The Crofters Trail by David Craig. In Search of the Clearance Highlanders. P.B. Published in 1990, this edition is from 2007. 19 Chapters and Notes. 359 Pages. £8
  3. The Voice of the Bard by Timothy Neat. Living Poets and Ancient Tradition in the Highlands and Islands of Scotland. P.B. Published in 1999. The book is in Four Parts. Part One: Hebridean Tradition, Highland History, The Many Coloured Coat, The Bard Through History by John Macinnes.352 Pages. £10
  4. Johnnie Walker. The Story of the World’s No 1 Scotch Whisky. A Long Stride by Nicholas Morgan. H.B. Published in 2020. Ten Chapters, Photographs. 320 Pages. £10
  5. Shillay and the Seals. By Robert Atkinson. H.B. With D/J Published in 1980. 7 Chapters and Epilogue. Photographs. 166 Pages. Includes Newspaper Cuttings about the book. £10
  6. Dynamo Defending the Honour of Kiev by Andy Dougan. H.B. With D/J Published in 2001. The story of the wartime Dynamo Kiev team. 15 Chapters. 243 Pages. £6

206.A Pronouncing Dictionary of Scottish Gaelic. Based on the Glengarry Dialect according to oral information obtained from natives born before the middle of last century by Henry Cecil Dieckhoff. H.B. Published in 1932. 186 Pages. £35

207.Scotlands Whalers Remembered. Compiled by Gibbie Fraser. P.B. Published in 2001. 51 Whalers are interviewed for this book. Includes Photographs. 238 Pages. £10

  1. An Seann Chladh. A Record of Memorial Stones in the Swainbost Old Cemetery, Ness, Isle of Lewis. A4 Size Publication. Contents: Foreword, An Seann Chaldh -Historical Context, An Seann Chladh -Local Context, Statistical Note, Teampall Pheadair, The Natural History of the Site, Index of Memorial Stones, Location Chart, The Memorial Stones. Printed in 2004. 72 Pages. £10
  2. Collected Writings of John Murray. 1: The Claims of Truth. H.B. With D/J Published in 1976. Contents: The Holy Scriptures, Jesus Christ, Westminster Theological Seminary and Its Testimony, The Gospel and Its Proclamation, The Christian Life, The Moral Law and the Fourth Commandment, The Church, Historical, Issues in the Contemporary World. 374 Pages. £8
  3. The College of Piping. Highland Bagpipe Tutor Part 1. By Seumas MacNeil and Thomas Pearston. Booklet, printed in 1987. 26 Lessons in total and a selection of tunes. 69 Pages. £8
  4. Notes on Birds of South Uist, Outer Hebrides by Donald Guthrie. Booklet, this is a reprint from an article that appeared in “The Annals of Scottish Natural History” in April 1903. 6 Pages. £15 (Scarce)

212.Gaelic Folksongs from the Isle of Barra. Recorded by J.L. Campbell, Edited and translated by J.L. Campbell. With the collaboration of Annie Johnston and John Maclean. Booklet, not dated. Contents: Introduction, Lists of Songs Recorded, Text and Translation, Notes. 55 Pages. £15 Signed by the Editor.

  1. Scottish Gaelic Studies. Proverbs of Barra. Vol X. Part II Pages 178-208. Booklet, printed in 1965. Collected by the late Neil Sinclair. 21 Pages. £20
  2. The Story of Saint Barr’s In The Island of Barra. Booklet, printed in September 1977. 16 Pages. £10

215.The Natural History of Barra, Outer Hebrides. The results of a scientific expedition organised by the Biological Society of the University of Edinburgh 1st to 14th July 1935. Edited by J.E. Forrest, AR Waterston, EV Watson. Booklet, 56 Pages. £25

216.Kismuil Castle Isle of Barra Scotland By Ian Roderick MacNeil, Chief of the Clan MacNeil, Illustrated by Herbert P. MacNeal. Pamphlet printed 1974. 19 Pages. £10

  1. 70 Lochs A Guide to Trout Fishing in South Uist By John Kennedy. Booklet, printed in 1983. 61 Pages. £10
  2. Housing Improvement Surveys Barra 1972. A Highlands and Islands Development Board Publication. Booklet, printed in September 1974. Prepared by Peter Whyman, Read Department of Architecture and Building Science University of Strathclyde. 31 Pages. £10

219.An Annotated Flora of the Monach Isles National Nature Reserve, Outer Hebrides. Booklet, 13 Pages. 6 November 1971. £8 

220.The Tyrant of Boisdale By Marjorie F Macdonald. An article from the Scots Magazine from February 1968. 6 Pages. £5

221.Uibhist agus Barraidh. An Island Series Map of Uist and Barra with all placenames shown in modern Scottish Gaelic. Still in the plastic cover. Printed in 1985. £6

222.The Late Fr. Allan McDonald, Miss Goodrich Freer and Hebridean Folklore by J.L. Caampbell. Reprinted from Scottish Studies Volume 2, Part 2, pp 175-188, 1958. Booklet, 13 Pages. £8

  1. Callanish A Map of the Standing Stones and Circles at Callanish, Isle of Lewis with a detailed plan of each site. University of Glasgow Department of Geography 1978. £8
  2. A Guide and Views of South Uist, Eriskay and Benbecula. Pamphlet. Not dated. £6
  3. Carinish Church Woman’s Guild North Uist. Cookery Book. Booklet, not dated. 96 Recipes in total. £8
  4. The Village by Iain Crichton Smith. H.B. With D/J Published in 1976. 22 Stories in total. 113 Pages. Includes newspaper cuttings. £8

227.A Sad Tale of the Sea. The story of Malcolm Macdonald and Murdo Mackay on the island of Rona by Michael Robson. P.B. Published in 2006. 5 Chapters, Notes and References, List of Official Papers. 50 Pages. £8

  1. The Tolsta Townships by Donald Macdonald. P.B. Published in 1984. Contents: Acknowledgements, and Dedication, Foreword by the Breve, Tolastadh bho Thuath, Introductory, The people at Peace, The People at War, The Sea, The Land, Postscript by the Breve, Appendices, The Author, Tolsta Community Association. £20
  2. The Western Isles. Innsegall. Text by John Barber, Design and Photography by David A. Macgee. 9 Chapters. P.B. Published in the 1980’s. 127 Pages. £8

230.Exploring the Isles of the West. Firth of Clyde to the Small Isles. Journeys to The Western Islands of Scotland by Marc Calhoun. P.B. Published in 2012. The book is in four parts: Firth of Clyde to the Slate Isles, Mull and its Satellites, Inland Isles, Firth of Lorn to the Small Isles. 311 Pages. £6

  1. Orkney Feuds and the ‘45 by R.P. Fereday. H.B. With D/J Published in 1980. 12 Chapters, Notes and Index. 176 Pages. £25 (Includes a newspaper cutting about the book)

232.All Her Glories Past. The Zetland Lifeboat by David Phillipson. P.B. Published in 1994. 18 Chapters, Bibliography. Includes Illustrations. 125 Pages. £8

233.Reminiscences of an Orkney Parish by John Firth. Together with Orkney Words, Riddles and Proverbs. H.B. With D/J Published in 1974. 26 Chapters, and Illustrations. 161 Pages. £15

  1. Jo Grimond Memoirs. H.B. With D/J Published in 1979. Contents: List of Illustrations, Preface, Acknowledgements, Memoirs, Index.316 Pages. Includes many newspaper cuttings about Jo Grimond. £8
  2. Faith in a Crisis. Famine, Eviction and the Church in North and South Uist by Flora Johnston. P.B. Published in 2012.Contents: Introduction, The Men of God, Poverty and famine, Eviction and Emigration, A Fresh Perspective, Conclusions, Notes, Bibliography. Includes Illustrations. 84 Pages. £6
  3. Crotal and White. Scenes from a Hebridean Boyhood by Finlay J Macdonald. H.B. With D/J Published in 1983. 14 Chapters and includes newspaper cuttings about the author and the book. 172 Pages. £8
  4. Cur is Dluth by Gus Wylie. P.B. Published in 1981. A great selection of photographs from the Western Isles and Skye, from the late 70’ s and early 80’s. 96 Pages. £10 Includes newspaper cuttings.
  5. Eigg The Story of an Island by Camille Dressler. P.B. Published in 1998, this edition is from 2007. 14 Pages. 3 Appendixes and Photographs. 251 Pages. £10
  6. Scottish Islands by Tom Weir. H.B. Published in 1976. 1st Edition. Contents: The Inner Hebrides, The Outer Hebrides, Orkney and Shetland. Includes Photographs. 128 Pages. £10

240.Orkney Natural History Society Founded 1837. Guide to Stromness 1963. Booklet. 16 Pages. £6

  1. Lewis and Harris Seamen 1939-45 by John and Anne Morrison. A4 Size Publication. Published in the mid 90’s. A comprehensive record of acts of bravery, courage and endurance of seagoing men from the Long Island of Lewis and Harris, and to demonstrate that islanders were represented at every major incident and involved in every type of operation. 107 Pages includes Illustrations. £10
  2. More About Birds by E.W. Hendry. H.B. With D/J Published in 1950. 21 Chapters, Index and Illustrations. 224 Pages. £10
  3. Letters From The Highlands (After the Great Potato Famine of 1846) P.B. Published in 1848, but this edition was published in 1977. By Robert Somers. Thirty Two letters in Total. 203 Pages. £15
  4. Highland Folk Ways by I.F. Grant. H.B. With D/J Published in 1961. 16 Chapters, Index, Figures and Maps. 377 Pages. £15
  5. British Hills and Mountains by J.H.B. Bell, E.F. Bozman and J. Fairfax Blakeborough. Illustrated from Photographs. H.B. Published in 1940. Contents: The Mountains and Hills of Scotland, The Mountains and Hills of England and Wales. 120 Pages. £15
  6. Bibliography of Books and Articles Relating to Islay. Compiled by Members of the Islay Archaeological Survey Group. 1.A.S.G London and Bowmore -April 1961. Booklet, printed in 1961. Contents: Guides, Descriptions, Background History, Sources, Economic and Social History, Place names, Literature and Language, Archaeology, Religion, Miscellaneous, Folklore, Natural History, Geology. £20
  7. Nerabus. The story of a small Hebridean settlement since 1850 by Patricia Lenton -Halsall. Booklet, printed in 1991. Eleven Chapters which includes illustrations. 20 Pages. £10
  8. Island of Mull -Survey and Proposals for Development. A Highlands and Islands Development Board Publication. P.B. Published in August 1973. Contents: Summary of Findings, Introduction, Population and Employment, Land Use, Fisheries, Tourism, Industry and Crafts, Transport, Housing, Education and Local Services, Implementation of Proposals, Appendices and Tables.  140 Pages. £8
  9. The Hebridean Connection by D.A. Ferguson and A.J. Macdonald. H.B. With D/J Published in 1984. Accounts and Stories of the Uist Senachies. The book is in Gaelic with English translations. Contents: Accounts of the Murdoch Seannachies, At the Fire Side It is to Her The Becoming Donald Son of Alexander, Donald Son of Roderick, Son of Patrick Teaching Logic, Donald Son of Alexander (1790-1884), Stories of the Fiann and Norse Romances, Norse Romances. Vocabulary. 593 Pages. £25
  10. Camera Recalls of Long Ago. Lochbroom -Ullapool -Coigach. P.B. Published in 1988. Compiled by Jean Gouch with a foreword by Lady CG Troughton. 77 Photographs in total. 86 Pages. £8
  11. Desolation of the Highlands by David Keir. P.B. Published in August 1938. Contents: First Word, The Highland Picture, At Close Quarters, The Future, Conclusion, Last Word, Maps. 97 Pages. £10
  12. Recipes from the Orkney Islands. Edited b y Eileen Wolfe. H.B. Published in 1978. Contents: Soup, Fish, Meat, Poultry and Game, Savoury, Vegetables and Salads, Sauces, Desserts, Baking, Preserves, Confectionary, Home brew, Household hinst, Guide to oven settings, Index, Notes. 135 Pages. £8
  13. Historic Edinburgh Canongate & Leith the archaeological implications of development by Sylvia Stevenson, Anne Turner Simpson, Nicholas Holmes. Scottish Burgh Survey 1981. A4 Size Publication. There is a historical and archaeological section on the three places. Includes Maps. 91 Pages. £10
  14. The So Called Evictions From the Macdonald Estates in the Island of North Uist, Outer Hebrides, 1849. Booklet, originally printed in 1881, this reprint is from 1985. 13 Pages. £6
  15. Official Guide to Stornoway and the Island of Lewis and Harris. Booklet, possibly printed in the 1950’s or 60’s. Includes sections on Stornoway, Point, Tolsta, Ness, Carloway, Uig, Lochs, Harris, Bibliography, Rail and Steamer Services, Harris Tweed making, Map of Lewis. Includes adverts and photographs. 56 Pages. £8
  16. The Journal of The British Trust for Ornithology Bird Study Edited by J.C. Coulson. Volume 8, Number 2. June 1961. Includes an article on the Flannan Isles. A5 Size Publication. 56 Pages. £6

257.A Guide and Views of the Isle of Barra. Pamphlet. Not dated. Text and Photographs. £5

  1. A Guide to the Views of North Uist. Pamphlet. Not Dated. Text and Photographs. £5
  2. The Trial of the Bernera Rioters at Stornoway Isle of Lewis July 1874. Booklet, printed in 1985. 40 Pages. £6
  3. Bird Study. Magazine A5, Includes an article on the Birds of the Shiant Islands. 1973. 8 Pages. £5

261.Stornoway in the Lews. A booklet Designed and produced for The Stornoway Town Council. A5 Type Brochure. Contains a number of articles of historical and current interest, with photographs and adverts. 52 Pages. Printed pre 1973. £8

262.Lewis A Guide and Gazetteer. Pamphlet, printed 1978. Contains 54 subjects, about villages, industry, landmarks, all with a historical side. £6

  1. A Description of the Flannan Isles and Their Birds by A. Anderson, T.B. Bagenal, D.E. Baird, W.J. Eggeling. Reprinted from ‘Bird Study’ Vol 8, No 2 pp 71-88. Booklet, printed 1960. 18 Pages. £10
  2. Notes on the Birds of the Flannan Isles by Dougal G. Andrew and Gerard L. Sandeman Edinburgh. Booklet, printed 1953. 10 Pages. £8
  3. Islands at Risk. Editor Frank Thompson. A Joint Publication of Keep NATO Out and Hebrides against Dumping 1980. Booklet with a number of articles by Rae Mackenzie, Angus MacCormack, Gerald Ponting, Brian Wilson, Dr Finlay Macleod, Rev D Gillies, Iain Macinnes, Angus Macleod, Murdo Macfarlane and Frank Thompson and includes cartoons by among others Ewen Bain of Angus Og fame. 59 Pages. £8
  4. Spring Migration (1959) At the Butt of Lewis by B.A.E. Marr, J Reaney, W.H. Truckle, and E.J. Wiseman. Reprinted from the ‘Bird Migration’ VOL 1, No 2, July 1959. 7 Pages. £8
  5. The Puffin Population of the Shiant Islands by M. De L. Brooke. Reprinted from the Bird Study Vol 19, No 1, pp 1-6. 6 Pages. £6

268.The Men of Lewis Part I by the Rev. Norman C. Macfarlane. Booklet, printed early 1960’s. Contents: Kenneth Ross, Crobeag, Donald Morrison, Fivepenny, John Macleod, Galson, Aonghas Nam Beann, Uig, Murdo Macdonald, Guershader, John Campbell, Harris, Angus Matheson, Uig, Finlay Munro, Tain, Angus Maciver, Uig, Alexander Morrison, Stornoway. 44 Pages. £15

  1. The Men of Lewis Part 2, by the Rev Norman C. Macfarlane. Contents: John and Alexander Macleod, Lochs, Malcolm Campbell and Donald Maclean, Bragar, Angus Morrison, Dell, Murdo and Alexander Maciver, Ranish, Kenneth Macpherson, Ness, The Two Roderick Macleods, Bayble, Hector Morrison, Swordale, Smith, Morrison and Nicolson, Gravir, Catechist Murdo Macleod, Malcolm Maclean, Shawbost. 47 Pages. £15
  2. Trout Fishing in Lewis by Norman Macleod. Booklet, printed in 1977, this is the 1978 Edition. This book is a guide to brown trout fishing in Lewis. 55 Pages. £8
  3. Trout Fishing in Lewis by Norman Macleod. Booklet, originally printed in 1977, revised and updated for this 1985 edition. Contains an alphabetical list of Lochs in Lewis. 65 Pages. £8
  4. A Mini Guide to Eoropie Teampull Isle of Lewis by Gerald Ponting. Pamphlet, 4 Pages, printed in 1982. £5
  5. A Mini Guide to Shawbost Stone Circle by Margaret Ponting, Mysie Macrae and Rebecca Ponting. Booklet, printed in 4 pages. £5
  6. A Mini Guide to Dun Carloway Broch, Isle of Lewis by Gerard and Margaret Ponting. Pamphlet, printed in 1980. 4 Pages. £5
  7. A Mini Guide To The Callanish Stones Isle of Lewis by Margaret Ponting. Pamphlet, printed in 1984. 4 pages. £5

276.A Mini Guide to Achmore Stone Circle, Isle of Lewis by Margaret Ponting. Pamphlet, printed in 1984. 4 Pages. £5

  1. Clach an Tursa, Carloway, Isle of Lewis. A4 Size Publication about the less known group of megalithic stones Clach an Tursa standing in the croftland of Upper Carloway. By Margaret and Gerard Ponting. Printed in July 1981. £5
  2. Lorg Chairt Uibhist a Tuath. Historical Sites of North Uist. Pamphlet, which looks like a photocopy printed in 1985. £5
  3. New Light on the Stones of Callanish. Written and Illustrated by Gerald Ponting and Margaret Ponting. Booklet, printed in 1984. 22 Chapters, which includes illustrations. 56 Pages. Includes newspaper cuttings about the book. £8
  4. The Standing Stones of Callanish Isle of Lewis. Booklet, printed in 1977, reprinted in July and November 1977. 20 Chapters, Photographs and Drawings. 32 Pages. Includes newspaper cuttings about the booklet. £8
  5. The Soap Man. Lewis, Harris and Lord Leverhulme by Roger Hutchinson. H.B. With D/J Published in 2003. 9 Chapters, Notes, Bibliography, Index. Includes photographs and Maps. The most comprehensive book ever written about Lord Leverhulme’s time on Lewis and Harris. 236 Pages. £8

282.The Guga Hunters by Donald S. Murray. H.B. With D/J Published in 2008. Every year, ten 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 of the tiny island. After two weeks, they return with a cargo of 2.000 guga, pickled, salted and ready for the tables of Ness and beyond. 8 chapters, includes a list of crews from the 1940’s until 2007. Includes many Photographs. 259 Pages. £8

  1. Christian Women. Compiled by Annie Morrison. Cailleach Tob Margaret Mackenzie from North Tolsta Isle of Lewis. Booklet, printed late 1990’s. 36 Pages. £6

284.Lord of the Isles by Nigel Nicolson. H.B. With D/J Published in 1960. Lord Leverhulme in the Hebrides. 10 Chapters, Notes, Bibliography, Index. Includes Illustrations. 264 Pages. £8

  1. Silent Weaver. The Extraordinary Life and Work of Angus Macphee by Roger Hutchinson. P.B. Published in 2011. Angus Macphee, spent 50 years in Craig Dunain hospital in Inverness,he spent his time making objects out of woven grass, sheep’s wool, meadow flowers and beech leaves. 7 Chapters, Notes, Bibliography and Photographs. 177 Pages. £8

286.The Caithness Book Edited by Donald Omand. H.B. With D/J Published in 1972. Contents: Natural Environment, Historical, General. Includes Illustrations. 271 Pages. £15

  1. Birds in Kintyre. Areas of Special Ornithological Importance by Eddie Maguire. P.B. Printed in 1996. 12 Chapters, Selected Bibliography, Birdwatcher’s Code of Conduct. Line Drawings and Maps. 75 Pages. £8
  2. Sutherland Birds. Edited by Stewart Angus. H.B. With D/J Published in 1983. A Guide to the Status and Ecology of Birds in Sutherland District. Contents: Introduction, The East Coast and Eastern Lowlands, The North and West Coasts, Peatlands, Open Waters and Uplands, Woodlands, Ornithological Conservation in Sutherland, Bird List, Selected Bibliogrophy, Gazetteer of Place Names, Index and Check List, List of Useful Addresses. Includes Illustrations. 95 Pages. £10
  3. Soldiering on St Kilda by James Mackay. H.B. With D/J Published in 2002. One Man’s Reflections on his service in St Kilda, 1959-61, and the previous naval and Military History of this remote but beautiful island. 12 Chapters, Epilogue and Photographs. 153 Pages. £25
  4. St Kilda A Photographic Album by Margaret Buchanan. A4 Size Publication. Printed in 1983. Contents: Introduction, The Islands, Human Settlement, The People, Earning a Living, The Final Phase, Sources of Illustrations, Further Reading. 80 Pages, Includes Illustrations. £12
  5. Scone Palace. The Home of the Earls of Mansfield. Booklet, not dated. 26 Pages. Includes text and photographs. £8
  6. Arbuthnott House Near Laurencekirk Kincardinshire. Booklet, not dated. 8 Pages. £6
  7. Discovering Speyside by Francis Thompson. P.B. Published in 1990. Ten Chapters, 3 Appendixes, Index and includes illustrations. 184 Pages. £8

294.Sguaban Eorna le Domhnall Iain MacDhomhnaill. P.B. Air fhoillseachadh ann 1973. Bardachd is Dain. 44 Uile gu leir. 151 Duilleag. £8

  1. Rewriting St Kilda New Views on Old Ideas. Edited By Bob Chambers. P.B. Published in 2011. Papers that were given at a conference to mark the 80th anniversary of the evacuation of St Kilda in Benbecula in2010.  15 Chapters on many subjects covering the history of the island from a wide range of speakers. 235 Pages. £8
  2. St Kilda Revisited by David A. Quine. P.B. Published in 1982. Contents: The Visitors Book, For the Geographer, For the Archaeologist, For the Historian, For the Naturalist, For Today’s Visitor’s, Appendix, Bibliography, Index. Drawings and Photographs by the author. 230 Pages. £12
  3. St Kilda The Last and Outmost Isle Angela Gannon and George Geddes. Edited by Jill Harden and Adam Welfare. H.B. With D/J Published in 2015. 7 Chapters, Images of St Kilda. Includes a pull out Map. 320 Pages. £25
  4. The Whale Hunters by Robert Smith. P.B. Published in 1993. 11 Chapters, Postscript, Further Reading, Index. 116 Pages. £8
  5. St Kilda by Norman Heathcote. With 80 Illustrations From Sketches and Photographs of the People, Scenery and Birds by the Author. H.B. With D/J Originally Published in 1900, this edition was republished in 1985. Contents: St Kilda in the Past, St Kilda and the St Kildans, Boating and Climbing in St Kilda, The Birds of St Kilda, St Kilda in the Future. 229 Pages. Includes a newspaper review cutting from 1986, plus a pamphlet from the publishers about the book and a letter to the purchaser from the publishers. £45

300.Island Going to the Remoter Isles, Chiefly Uninhabited, off the North West Corner of Scotland by Robert Atkinson. Contents: Handa Island, North Rona- Shiant Isles- Canna, Flannan Isles, North Rona, Eigg, North Uist, Monach Isles, St Kilda, Sulasgeir, Lewis Remembered, The Hebrides Regained. Includes Illustrations and Plates. 384 Pages. £25

301.The History of St Kilda by Kenneth Macaulay 1764. This is a facsimilie of the 1764 Edition, H.B. With D/J Published in 1974. 14 Chapters and Conclusion. 278 Pages. £35

302.St Kilda by George Seton. H.B. With D/J This is a facsimilie of the 1878 Edition. Thirteeen Chapters and Illustrations. 346 Pages. £35

303.The Crofting Problem by the Late Adam Collier. With a Foreword by A.K. Cairncross. H.B. With D/J Published in 1953. 10 Chapters, 4 Appendixes, Index. Contains Tables, Figures and Plates.  191 Pages. £25

304.“The Lone Sheiling” Or Boatsong of Highlander Exiles. Transcribed From Blackwood Of September 1899 By Walter G.F. Dewar With a Musical Setting Composed by Alan Burr And Renderings In Greek Verse by Harold A. Perry And in Latin by Lord Francis Hervey and  a Critical Inquiry by the last named Into the Authorship of the Poem. H.B. Originally Published in 1925, this Edition Published in 1931. This was a presentation copy to Seton Gordon in November 1931. Includes Illustrations. 27 Pages. £25

305.Pre Historic Remains of Caithness By Samuel Laing With Notes on the Human Remains by Thomas H. Huxley. H.B. Published in 1866. 161 Pages. £75

306.Moidart & Morar. Wanderings in the West Highlands by Wendy Wood. H.B. With D/J Published in 1950. With 26 Illustrations From Photographs and Maps. Eleven Chapters. 216 Pages. £20

307.‘Pateas Amicis’ The Story of the House of Graemeshall In Orkney. H.B. Published in 1936. H.B. 64 Pages. £20

308.Forestry Commission. Britain’s Forests -Culbin. H.B. Published in 1949. 17 Pages. £20

309.The Population of Orkney 1755-1961. A Record of the Parishes and Islands by Robert S. Barclay. Booklet, printed in 1965. Contents: Introduction, The County as a Whole, The Mainland Parishes, The North Isles, The South Isles, The Two Burghs, Summary. 28 Pages. £15

310.Donald M’Leod’s Gloomy Memories in the Highlands of Scotland Versus Mrs Harriet Beecher Stowe’s Sunny Memories In (England) A Foreign Land: Or a Faithful Picture of the Extirpation of the Celtic Race From the Highlands of Scotland. A Facsimilie copy of the 1892 Edition.  212 Pages. £15

311.Boswell’s Journal of a Tour to the Hebrides With Samuel Johnson, With Notes by Scott, Croker, Chambers, and Others. In Two Volumes. Vol 1. H.B. Published in 1906. 251 Pages. £25

312.Born Yesteday Memories of a Scottish Childhood by Douglas Sutherland. H.B. With D/.J Published in 1992. An affectionate memoir of a childhood spent in Scotland almost seventy years ago. Thirteen Chapters. 170 Pages. £8

  1. Shetland Life Under Earl Patrick by Gordon Donaldson. H.B. With D/J Published in 1958. Contents: Introduction, The Land, The Sea, The People, The Law and Appendices. Includes Illustrations. 149 Pages. £10
  2. The Small Isles Canna, Rum, Eigg and Muck by Denis Rixson. P.B. Published in 2001. 9 chapters, maps and figures. 213 Pages. £6
  3. 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. Contents includes; Population trends and the medical background, Church, Visitors and Natives, Wildlife Travellers, Tourists and Naturalists, The Scottish Office and St Kilda 1885-1930, The Decline and Fall of Mingualy, Foula’s Fight for Survival, The Blasket Islands, The Faroes. 128 Pages. £8
  4. Memoir of the late Rev Robert Findlater by William Findlater. P.B. Published in 2020. Late Minister of the Chapel Of Ease Inverness. Together with a narrative of the Revival of Religion During His Ministry at Lochtayside, Perthshire in 1816-1819. 135 Pages. £6
  5. The Supernatural Highlands by Francis Thompson. H.B. With D/J Published in 1976. 1st Edition. Contents: Introduction, Witchcraft, The Evil Eye, Second Sight, Ghosts, Functional Folklore, Seasonal Lore, Supernatural Beings, The Power of Words, Bibliography, Index. 189 Pages. £10
  6. Discovering Lewis and Harris by James Shaw Grant. P.B. Published in 1987. 17 Chapters, Further Reading, English and Gaelic Place Names, Index. 237 Pages. £8
  7. Caught in the Crossfire. Scotland’s Deadliest Drugs War by Russell Findlay. P.B. Published in 2012. The story of the war between the Daniel’s family and the Lyons families in Glasgow. 33 Chapters which includes photographs. 242 Pages. £6
  8. Antiquities of Orkney. Pamphlet, not dated. £6

321.Where to Stay in the Orkney Islands 1976. Issued by the Orkney Tourist Organisation. Booklet, 14 Pages. £6

  1. Interesting places to visit on the South Mainland of Shetland. Road map showing miles from Lerwick to the Shetland Croft House and to other places of Archaeological and Historic Interest. Pamphlet, 4 Pages. Not Dated. £5

323.Hoy and Rackwick Outdoor Centres Orkney Islands. Pamphlet, 4 pages. Not dated. 4 Pages. £5

324.Like Hungry Wolves. Culloden Moor 16 April 1746. Stuart Reid with plates by Gerry Embleton. H.B. With D/J Published in 1994. Eleven Chapters, Colour Plates and Commentries, Appendices, Bibliography, References. 128 Pages. £10

  1. Yours for Scotland. A Memoir by James Halliday. P.B. Published in 2011. 17 Chapters which includes photographs. 153 Pages. £8
  2. Stone Voices The Search For Scotland by Neal Ascherson. Revised Edition. P.B. Originally Published in 2002, this revised edition is from 2014. 17 Chapters and Bibliography. 326 Pages. £6
  3. The Naval Wrecks of Scapa Flow. By Peter L. Smith. P.B. Published in 1989. 11 Chapters and Appendices. Includes Illustrations. 124 Pages. Includes newspaper cuttings. £8
  4. The Song of the Sandpiper. Memoir of a Scottish Naturalist J. Morton Boyd. H.B. With D/J Published in 1999. 15 Chapters and many photographs. 240 Pages. Includes a tribute from the Scots Magazine from 2000. £8

329.The Western Isles by Francis Thompson. H.B. With D/J Published in 1988. With Photographs by Murdo  Macleod and Sam Maynard. 8 Chapters, Selected Bibliography, Index and Photographs. 176 Pages. £8

330.The Rev Dr. John Walkers Report on the Hebrides of 1764 and 1771. Edited by Margaret M McKay. H.B. With D/J Published in 1980. Contents: Author’s address to the Commissioners of Annexed Estates. Lewis, Harris, St Kilda, North Uist, Benbecula, South Uist, Barra, Rockall, Islay, Jura, Colonsay, Oronsay, Gigha, Iona, Mull, Coll, Tiree, Rum, Skye, Eigg, Canna, Notes, Index. 256 Pages. £20

331.The Log of the Olivia by William A. Power a Victorian Yachtsman. H.B. Published in 1983. These logs are dated between 1859 and 1867. Some of the logs detail his trips to Bergen, Orkney, Shetland, San Sebastian, St Kilda and the Faeroes. £15

  1. The Botanist in Skye. A guide to flowering Plants and Ferns compiled by C.W. Murray, B.SC, Vice County Recorder. Published for the Botanical Society of the British Isles by Portree High School, 1974. A4 Size Publication. £20
  2. Travels in Galloway. Memoirs from South West Scotland by Donald Macintosh. Foreword by Tom Pow. P.B. Published in 1999. 20 Chapters. 216 Pages. £8
  3. Hector The Hero of the North. General Hector Macdonald of Ross Shire by Ewan McVicar. Booklet, printed in 2018. 25 Pages, which includes Photographs. £6
  4. Gweed Gear Sma’ Buik. Edited by Alistair Taylor & Les Wheeler. An Anthology of North East Poetry Songs and Prose. P.B. Published in 1989. Contents: The Scots Tongue, Children’s Songs and Stories, Farming, Weather and Seasons, Birds and Beasts, Places, Schooldays and Childhood, People, Supernatural, Wird Leet -Glossary, Bibliography. 200 Pages. £8
  5. The Birds of Moray and Nairn by Martin Cook. P.B. Published in 1992. With illustrations by Paul Hirst and Robert Proctor and bird photographs by John Edelsten. 5 Chapters, Appendices, References, Index of Bird Names, Index of Place Names. 263 Pages. £8
  6. Publication of the Scottish Council for Research in Education XXX -The Trend of Scottish Intelligence. A comparison of the 1947 and 1932 Surveys of the Intelligence of Eleven Year Old Pupils. H.B. Published in 1949. 9 Chapters and Includes Tables and Figures. 151 Pages. £15
  7. Fishings in Scotland 1951. A Pocket Guide to Scottish Open Fishing Waters by Archibald Gardner. H.B. 71 Pages. £15
  8. Clap Hands For The Singing Molecatcher. Scenes from a Scottish Childhood by Roderick Grant. A splendid account of the author’s childhood on a remote country estate in Morayshire In the North of Scotland in the 1940’s and early 1950’s. P.B. Published in 1989, this is a Third Impression from August 1989. Ten Chapters, 150 Pages. £6
  9. Metegama A Journey From Lewis to the New World by Jim Wilkie. H.B. With D/J Published in 1987. 1stEdition. This book is the first in depth study of emigration from the Isle of Lewis to Canada and North America -a history spanning 150 years. Ten Chapters, Plus interviews with 14 of those who emigrated in the 1920’s, Includes an Appendix of all those who went on the Metegama. Includes Photographs. 208 Pages. £8
  10. More Moments From Memories. The People of Bonar Bridge. Edited by Sarah Horne. Booklet, printed in July 2000. 40 Pages. £8
  11. Ladies of the Reformation by J.H. Alexander. H.B. With D/J Published in 1978. Short Biographies of Distinguished Ladies of the Sixteenth Century. Contents: Introduction, Two French Queens, Four German Princesses, Four Reformer’s Wives, One English Duchess, Three Netherlander Martyrs, Another Royal Princess, Table of Comparative Dates. 140 Pages. £8
  12. King Cameron By David Cameron. P.B. Published in 2007. An epic drama of the clearances. 207 Pages. £6
  13. The Dam Builders. Power from the Glens by James Miller. P.B. Published in 2002, this is a reprint from 2003. 6 Chapters, Notes and References, Main Sources, Appendix. Includes Photographs. 256 Pages. £8
  14. The last of the Puffermen. The Real World of Para Handy by Keith McGinn. P.B. Published in 2007, this reprint is from 2014. 36 Chapters and Epilogue. 134 Pages. £8
  15. The Cruellest Twist. The Iolaire Disaster. WW100 Scotland. A booklet in Gaelic and English which was printed to commemorate the centenary of the sinking of the Iolaire on 1st January 1919. 44 Pages in Total. £8
  16. Iain ‘ain ‘ic Iain. From Garenin to the Oregon County by Maletta Macphail. P.B. Published in 2015. 9 Chapters, includes a Brief History of the Garenin Blackhouses, Biographies and a Lisdt of Sources. Also includes illustrations. 111 Pages. £8
  17. From Stornoway to the Falklands and Zambia. Recollections from 1938-1970 by Colin M Macleod. (The Twin) Booklet, printed in 2009. Contents: Home and Holidays, Characters Recalled, Work and Play around the Town, Escapades of 1948, Family, The Falkland Islands, Working in Zambia, Tailpiece. 40 Pages. £6
  18. Stornoway High Church of Scotland. Celebrating 100 Years of Christian Witness 1909-2009 by Donald john Maclean. Booklet, printed in 2009. A very detailed history of the congregation in text and photographs. 60 Pages. £8
  19. St Clements Church at Rodel. A Harris Church in its Historical Setting. Booklet, printed in 1991. 13 Chapters, Further Reading and Sources Quoted, Brief Architectural Guide. 44 pages. £6
  20. The Parallel Roads of Glenroy Their Origin And Relation to the Glacial Period and The Deluge by James MacFadzean. H.B. Not Dated but looks like a first edition. A presentation copy from the Author signed. 20 Chapters. 149 Pages. £45

352.The Story of Helensburgh by George McLachlan. H.B. Date of Publishing not given but possibly 1895. Only 100 Copies of this edition printed of which this is No 62. 19 Chapters, 4 Appendixes, Illustrations.  240 Pages. £65

  1. Old Skye Tales. Further Traditions, Reflections and Memories of an Octogenerian Highlander by William Mackenzie Culnacnoc. Illustrated. H.B. Published in November 1934. 20 Chapters in Total. 161 Pages. £35

354.The Rulers of Strathspey. A History  of The Lairds of Grant and Earls of Seafield b y The Earl of Cassillis. H.B. Published in 1911. 22 Chapters, 6 Appendixes and Illustrations. 211 Pages. £85

  1. The Island of Unst Shetland by P.T. Wheeler with I.D. Edmondston’s Comments. Geographical Field Group Regional Studies No 11. H.B Published in 1964. 8 chapters, Epilogue, Select Bibliography, Maps and Diagrams. 92 Pages. £65

356.St Kilda Diary. A Record Of The Early Re Occupation of St Kilda by Dr David Boddington. P.B. Published in 2010. Nine Chapters, Epilogue and Illustrations. 202 Pages. Signed by the Author. £8

  1. Reading the Line: an English language lined out Psalmody tradition in Presbyterian Scotland by N. Campbell. Booklet, printed in 2005. This booklet sheds new light on the English language equivalent of Gaelic psalm singing. 6 Chapters, References and Photographs. 32 Pages. £6
  2. Dynasty The Royal House of Stewart. P.B. Published in 1990. by Duncan Thomson, Rosalind K marshall, David H Caldwell, Hugh Cheape, George Dalgleish. Edited by Rosalind K Marshall. 17 Chapters, includes illustrations. 120 Pages. £8
  3. The Adventures of Peter Williamson by Francis McDonnell. Booklet, printed in 1994. This is a true story of a sad period in the history of Aberdeen when, between the years 1740-1744, a number of merchants, magistrates and shipmasters organised the abduction of local children in order to sell them as slaves in the American Plantations. Peter Williamson was one who suffered such a fate. 32 Pages. £6
  4. My Captains by Tom Ralston. P.B. Published in 1995. Memoirs of a Scottish West Coast Fisherman. 107 Pages. £6
  5. No Shame in Fear by Alex C. Maclean. P.B. Published in 2016. The author from Tiree gives us his life story. Thirteen Chapters, Photographs, 137 Pages. £6
  6. Island Emigrants. The History of Emigration From The Hebrides Over the Centuries. P.B. Published in 2010. The Proceedings of a Conference held in the Isle of Harris, 10-12 September 2009. 10 Chapters. 187 Pages. £8
  7. Scottish Parliament Opening Ceremony. Official Souvenir Brochure. A4 Size Publication. 50 Pages of Text and Photographs. £10

364. The Peatlands of Caithness & Sutherland Management Strategy 2005-2015. A4 Size Colour Publication. 48 Pages. £8

  1. The Clyde An Illustrated history of the river and its shipping by John Riddell. P.B. Published in 1988. 84 Pages of Text and Photographs. £8

366.The Life of John Murray by Iain H Murray. P.B. Published in 2007. A Biography of Professor John Murray 1898-1975. Ten Chapters and Illustrations. 220 Pages. £8

  1. A History of Borve Lodge by Tony Scherr. P.B. Published in 2017. This book tells the story of the house and its estate as they passed from the Dunmores to the extraordinary soap magnate Viscount Leverhulme, and thence through a succession of owners until the present day. 35 Chapters with many photographs. 228 Pages. £10
  2. When I Heard The Bell. The Loss of the Iolaire by John Macleod. H.B. With D/J Published in 2009. 8 Chapters, Appendixes including a list of all those who were lost and saved. Includes Photographs. 292 pages. £10
  3. The Thistle and the Rose by Allan Massie. Six Centuries of Love and hate between the Scots and the English. H.B. With D/J published in 2005. 19 Chapters, Biographical Notes and Index. 326 Pages. £8
  4. May The Devil Walk Behind Ye! Scottish Traveller Tales by Duncan Williamson. H.B. With D/J Published in 1989. 12 Tales in Total. 134 Pages. £8

371.Bardachd Uilleam iain  Caimbeul. Poemjs of Willie John Campbell (Teddy) P.B. Published in 2018. 40 Poems in Total and a biography of the bard. 101 Pages. £10

372.. The Testimony of the Rocks or Geology In Its Bearings on the Two Theologies, Natural and Revealed by Hugh Miller. H.B. Published in 1857. Twelve Lectures in Total. 500 Pages. £25

  1. Edinburgh and Its Neighbourhood Geological and Historical With The Geology of the Bass Rock by Hugh Miller. H.B. Published in 1875. Sixth Edition. 14 Lectures in Total. 344 Pages. £15

374.. Scenes and Legends of The North of Scotland or The Traditional History of Cromarty by Hugh Miller. H.B. Published in 1889. Second Edition. 32 Chapters. 487 Pages £20

375.Sketchbook of Popular Geology. Being a Serious of Lectures Delivered Before The Philisophical Institute of Edinburgh. By Hugh Miller. H.B. Published in 1859. 6 Lectures in Total. 358 Pages. £20

  1. The Centenary of Hugh Miller Being An Account of the Celebration Held at Cromarty on 22nd August 1902. H.B. Published in 1902. 80 Pages. Includes a number of press cuttings about the author. £20
  2. The Life and Letters of Hugh Miller by Peter Bayne. Two Volumes. I. H.B. Published in 1871. Contents: Book I: The Boy. Book II: The Apprentice. Book III. The Journeyman. 431 Pages. Includes newspaper cuttings about the author. £25

378.Frst Impressions of England by Hugh Miller. H.B. Published in 1889. Twenty Chapters. 368 Pages. £15

  1. My Schools and Schoolmasters or The Story of my Education by Hugh Miller. Second Edition. H.B. Published in 1854. 25 Chapters,537 Pages. £25

380..Foot Prints of the Creator or The Asterolepis of Stromness by Hugh Miller. H.B. Published in 1849.  15 Chapters and Wood Cuts. 313 Pages. £25

  1. Edinburgh and Its Neighbourhood Geological and Historical; With The Geology of the Bass Rock by Hugh Miller. Second Edition. H.B. Published in 1869. 17 Chapters. 313 Pages. £20

382.. Tales and Sketches by Hugh Miller. Edited, With a  Preface by Mrs Miller. H.B. Published in 1889. Ninth Chapters. 389 Pages. £20

  1. Essays Historical and Biographical Political and Social Literary and Scientific by Hugh Miller. H.B. Published in 1889. 46 Essays in Total. 495 Pages. £15
  2. The Headship of Christ and the Rights of the Christian People by Hugh Miller. With a Preface by Peter Bain A.M. H.B. Published in 1889. 39 Chapters. 517 Pages. £15

385.Leading Articles on Various Subjects by Hugh Miller. Edited by His Son In Law, The Rev John Davidson. H.B. Published in 1890. 31 Chapters. 453 Pages. £15

  1. Grasping The Thistle by Dennis Macleod & Michael Russell. P.B. Published in 2006. How Scotland must react to the three key challenges of the twenty first century. Contents: Introduction by Michael Russell, The Challenge of Democracy, The Challenge of Economics, The Challenge of the Environment. 255 Pages. £6
  2. Abair! Faclair Dictionary. Gaidhlig -Beurla, Beurla gu Gaidhlig. Edited by R.W. Renton and J.A. Macdonald. Pocket Size Dictionary. Originally printed in 1979, this reprint is from 1994. 162 Pages. £8
  3. Gangland Glasgow. True Crime From the Streets by Robert Jeffrey. P.B. Published in 2002, this reprint is from 2006. 13 Chapters, Index and Photographs. 184 Pages. £6
  4. Sheol Mi’n Uiridh. Orain mun t-Seolaidh. Deasaichte le Mairi Nic a Ghobhainn. P.B. Air Fhoillseachadh ann an 2009. 60 Orain Uile gu leir. 141 Duilleag. £8
  5. An Sgoil Dhubh le Iain F. Macleoid. Nobhail air fhoillsaechadh ann an 2014. Nobhail 29 Caibidealan. 190 Duilleag. £6
  6. Crimelord The Licensee. The True Story of Tam McGraw by David Leslie. P.B. Published in 2005. The first Biography of an elusive multi millionaire gangster who rose to become one of Scotland’s most notorious criminal kingpins. 239 Pages. Which includes Photographs. £6
  7. Murder Capital by Reg Mackay. Life and Death on the Streets of Glasgow. P.B. Published in 2006. The book is in seven parts; Child Killers, Femmes Fatales, Child Killers, Sex Killers, Kids Who Kill, Thrill Killers, Whodunnit. Includes Photographs. 244 Pages. £6
  8. Indictment Trial By Fire. The Ice Cream Wars and The Truth Behind a Shocking Miscarraige of Justice by T.C. Campbell and Reg Mackay. H.B. With D/J Published in 2001. Contents: Charmed and Damned, Storm Rising, Bombed Out and Bewildered, Indictment Series, Guilty, Hell Block, Epilogue. Includes Photographs. 357 Pages. £8
  9. Some Notes Upon The Mackays of The Rhinns of Islay with reference to the Mackays of Kintyre, The McGhies of Galloway, and the Irish MacGees. By Lieutenant Colonel Gayre of Gaure and Nigg. Seven Chapters, 3 Appendixes and Illustrations. H.B. Date of Printing Unknown. 67 Pages. £45
  10. Life in the Atholl Glens by John Kerr. H.B. With D/J Published in 1993. Seven Chapters, Sources and Bibliography and Index. Includes Photographs. 128 Pages. £15
  11. The Outer Hebrides Moor and Machair by Stewart Angus. H.B. Published in 2001. 12 Chapters, References, Index and Photographs. 339 Pages. £35

397. Gairloch by Alexander Polson. With Illustrations From Paintings by Finlay Mackinnon. H.B. Published in 1920. 20 Chapters. 73 Pages. £35

398.Flora of East Ross Shire by Ursula K Duncan. P.B. Published in 1980. Contents: Introduction, Topography, Habitat and Distribution, Recorders, Arrangement of the Flora, Contributors to the Flora, Bibliography, Abbreviations, Gazetteer, The Flora, Latin Index, English Index. 272 Pages. £25

  1. The Leviathan of Wealth. The Sutherland Fortune in the Industrial Revolution by Eric Richards. Foreword by Professor S.G. Checkland. H.B. With D/J Published in 1973. 1st Edition. Contents: Part One: Leviathan of Wealth, Part Two: The House of Sutherland and the Coming of the Railways, Part Three: The Sutherland Clearances, Part Four: Perspectives, Illustrations and Maps. 316 Pages. £20

400. Raven Seek Thy Brother by Gavin Maxwell. H.B. With D/J Published in 1968. 17 Chapters, Epilogue, Illustrations. 210 Pages. £10