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1106 MACAULAY (Rev. Kenneth), The History of St. Kilda
taining a Description of this remarkable Island; the Manners
and Customs of the Inhabitants; the Religious and Pagan
Antiquities there found; with many other curious and interest-
ing Particulars. London, 1764. 8vo, with map, fine clean copy,
in the original calf, 12s. 6d.

1107 MACKENZIE (Sir George, of Rose-haugh), The Laws and Cus-
tomes of Scotland, in Matters Criminal. Wherein is to be seen
how the Civil Law, and the Laws and Customs of other Nations
do agree with, and supply ours. Edinburgh, 1678. Sm. 4to,
scarce, old calf, 16s.

I108 MEMOIRS of the Lord Viscount Dundee, the Highland Clans,
and the Massacre of Glenco: with an Account of Dundee's
Officers after they went to France. By an Officer of the Army.
London, 1711. Sm. 8vo, two plates inserted, half morocco, top
edges gilt, il. IOS.

The date 1711 is a misprint for a much later one. The errors of the first edition of 1714
are corrected in this.

1109 M[ONIPENNIE] (J[ohn]), The Abridgement or Summarie of the
Scots Chronicles, with a short description of their originall,
from the comming of Gathelus, their first Progenitour, out of
Græcia into Egypt. And their comming into Portingall and
Spaine and of their Kings and Governours in Spaine, Ireland
and Albion, now called Scotland, with a true Chronologie of all
their Kings, their Reignes, Deaths, and Burials, from Fergusius,
the first King of Scotland, untill his Royall Majestie [Charles I.].
Edinburgh, 1633. Sm. 8vo, red morocco, gilt edges, by J. Mac-
kenzie, RARE, 31. 15S.

1110 [MOTHERWELL (W.)], The Harp of Renfrewshire; a Collection
of Songs and Other Poetical Pieces, many of which are original.
With Notes, and a short Essay on the Poets of Renfrewshire.
Glasgow, 1820. 12mo, calf neat, IOS.

IIII M[UDIE] (A[lexander]), Scotia Indiculum: or, the Present State
of Scotland. Together with divers Reflections upon the Antient
State thereof. London, 1682. 12mo, engraved frontispiece, calf

gilt, 17s. 6d.

1112 NODIER (Charles), Promenade from Dieppe to the Mountains
of Scotland. 1822. 12mo, boards, uncut, 5s.

1113 [OLDMIXON (John)], Memoirs of North-Britain, taken from
Authentick Writings, as well Manuscript as Printed. In which
it is Prov'd that the Scots Nation have always been Zealous in
the Defence of the Protestant Religion and Liberty. London,
1715. 8vo, old panelled calf, 4s.

1114 PATTEN (Rev. Robert), The History of the Late Rebellion :
With Original Papers, and the Characters of the Principal
Noblemen and Gentlemen concern'd in it. The Second Edition,
with Large Additions. London, 1717. 2 parts in I vol. 8vo,
old panelled calf, 12s. 6d.

1115 PENNECUIK (Alexander), A Geographical, Historical Descrip

tion of the Shire of Tweeddale. With a Miscellany and Curious
Collection of Select Scotish Poems. Edinburgh, Printed by John
Moncur, 1715. Sm. 4to, FIRST EDITION, brown morocco extra,
gilt edges, rare, Il. 16s.






1116 PERTH PRESS.-Letters, which passed between General Dumouriez, and Pache, Minister at War to the French Republic, during the Campaign in the Netherlands, in 1792. Translated by R. Heron. Perth, printed by R. Morison, Junior, 1794. 12mo, original wrappers, uncut, 7s. 6d.

1117 PRESTON PANS.-A True and Full Account of the late Bloody and Desperate Battle fought at Gladsmuir, betwixt the Army under the command of His Royal Highness Charles, Prince of Wales, etc., and that commanded by Lieutenant-General Cope, on Saturday, the 21st September, 1745. [Without place or date, Edinburgh, 1745.]-The Chronicle of Charles, the Young Man. [Without place or date, Edinb., 1745.] Two rare pieces in I vol. sm. 8vo, half morocco neat, Il. IOS.

The first tract in this volume is a valuable contemporary Jacobite account of the Battle of Preston Pans, and consists of eight closely printed pages. The other piece gives a Chronicle of the Rebellion down to the defeat of Cope, in biblical phraseology.

1118 REID (John), Bibliotheca Scoto-Celtica; or, an Account of all the Books which have been printed in the Gaelic Language. With Bibliographical and Biographical Notices. Glasgow, 1832. 8vo, sewed, very rare, Il. IOS.

1119 ROBINSON ([Sir] J. C.), Catalogue of the Works of Art forming the Collection of Robert Napier, of West Shandon, Dumbartonshire. London, privately printed, 1865. 8vo, with 2 illustrations, cloth gilt, 6s. 6d.

1120 SAINT-FOND (B. Faujas), Travels in England, Scotland and the Hebrides; undertaken for the purpose of examining the state of the Arts, the Sciences, Natural History, and Manners, in Great Britain. London, 1799. 2 vols. 8vo, 6 plates, fine copy, calf gilt, from the Stourhead Library, Il. 4s.

"Amidst much mineralogical and geological information, there are some interesting notices of the arts, sciences, and literary men."

1121 SCOTT (E. Erskine), The Erskine Halcro Genealogy: a Genealogical study of the Ancestors, Kindred, and Descendants of the Rev. Henry Erskine, of Chirnside, Berwickshire, 1624-96, and his wife, Margaret Halcro of Orkney, 1647-1725, and their children. 1890. 8vo, half bound, top edges gilt, 6s.

1122 SCOTT (Hon. M. M. M.), Abbotsford; the Personal Relics and Antiquarian Treasures of Sir Walter Scott. 1893. 4to, coloured plates by Gibb, cloth, top edges gilt, 15s.

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1123 SELECT ESSAYS on Husbandry. Containing a Variety of Experiments, all of which have been found to succeed in Scotland. Edinburgh, 1767. 8vo, with 2 plates of agricultural implements, calf, gilt back, 8s. 6d.

1124 SMITH (F. M.), The Heraldry of Smith in Scotland, with Genealogical Annotations, being_a_Supplement to Grazebrook's Heraldry of Smith." J. R. Smith, 1873. Fcp. 4to, original wrappers, 3s. 6d.

1125 SPOTISWOOD (John, of that Ilk, Advocate), An Introduction to the Knowledge of the Stile of Writs, Simple and Compound, made use of in Scotland; containing Directions for Drawing Securities, in Cases which most commonly occur with Examples. Edinburgh, 1708. Sm. 4to, old calf, 5s.

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1126 STEWART (Rev. A.), History Vindicated, in the Case of the Wigtown Martyrs. Edinburgh, 1869. 8vo, with facsimile, cloth, uncut, 3s. 6d.

Margaret Wilson, a girl of 18, and Margaret M'Lachlan, were tied to stakes and drowned in 1685, for refusing to conform to episcopacy.

1127 URBANI (Peter), The Ever Memorable Battle of Bannockburn, as performed at St. Cecilia's Hall, wherein is inserted Bruce's address to his Troops previous to the Action, by the late R. BURNS. Adapted for the Piano-forte, with a Violin Accompaniment. Edinr., Urbani & Liston, [about 1800.] Folio, the music and words engraved, scarce, 12s. 6d.

1128 [URQUHART (Sir Thomas, of Cromarty), EKEKYBAAAYON :

or, The Discovery of a most exquisite Jewel, more precious then Diamonds inchased in Gold, the like whereof was never seen in any age; found in the kennel of Worcester-streets, the day after the Fight, and six before the Autumnal Equinox, anno 1651. Serving in this place, to frontal a Vindication of the honour of Scotland, from that Infamy, whereinto the Rigid Presbyterian party of that Nation, out of their Covetousness and ambition, most dissembledly hath involved it. London, Printed by Ja: Cottrel; and are to be sold by Rich. Baddely, at the Middle-Temple-gate, 1652. Sm. 8vo, FIRST EDITION, with the early armorial bookplate of " Sir John Anstruther of that ilk Baronet on back of title-page, calf gilt, RARE, 71. 15S. This extraordinary book, which includes amongst other things the list of Urquhart's ancestors from Adam downwards, is written throughout in the extravagant and fantastic language which makes the author's translation of Rabelais so racy a masterpiece.

1129 WALLACE (Dr. James), An Account of the Islands of Orkney. London, 1700. 8vo, map and plate (the latter slightly cut into), half bound, 15s.

1130 BOOKPLATES (257) of the Anstruther, Arbuthnot, Areskine, Bannatyne, Bruce, Burnett, Campbell, Carmichael, Chancellour, Chalmers, Cockburn, Craufurd, Dalrymple, Cunynghame, Drummond, Dundas, Durham, Erskine, Fraser, Forbes, Fullarton, Hamilton, Hay, Lockhart, Maxwell, Stewart, Urquhart, and other Scottish families, 127. 125.

1131 PLAN of Edinburgh, engraved by F. Hogenberg. 131 × 17. 16s.

1132 INVERARY CASTLE AND TOWN. Studiorum. Third State. 8 × 11.

Plate from Turner's Liber
1. IS.

Wales and Monmouthshire.

1133 AIKIN (Arthur), Journal of a Tour through North Wales and Part of Shropshire; with Observations in Mineralogy, and other Branches of Natural History. London, 1797. 8vo, folding plate, calf gilt, 10s.

1134 BARBER (J. T.), A Tour throughout South Wales and Monmouthshire; comprehending a general Survey of the picturesque scenery, Remains of Antiquity, Historical Events, Peculiar Manners, and Commercial Situations, of that interesting portion of the British Empire. London, 1803. 8vo, map, and 20 AQUATINT PLATES, calf gilt, from the Stourhead Library, with crest on back, 18s.

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1135 EVANS (Rev. J.), A Tour through part of North Wales, in the year 1798 and at other times; with Observations on its Scenery, Agriculture, Manufactures, Customs, History, and Antiquities. London, 1800. 8vo, half calf, 5s.

F136 HAFOD PRESS.-Johnes (Thomas), Memoirs of the Life of Sir John Froissart to which is added, some Account of the Manuscript of his Chronicle in the Elizabethan Library at Breslau, and a Complete Index. At the Hafod Press, 1810. 4to, frontispiece, and a woodcut view of Hafod on title-page, half calf, 18s.

1137 JONES (Edward], A Choice Collection of Welsh Airs: containing 25 Tunes, adapted for the Piano-Forte, the Harp, Harpsichord. Violin or Flute. Carnarvon, [abt 1857.] Sm. oblong 4to, original wrappers, 3s. 6d.

1138 MORGAN (Mrs. Mary), A Tour to Milford Haven, in the year 1791. London, 1795. 8vo, calf gilt, gilt edges, by Kalthoeber, 16s. 1139 TOUR (A) of the River Wye and its Vicinity. London, 1798. 12mo, with two pretty aquatint plates, calf gilt, by Kalthoeber, from the Beckford Library, 14s.

1140 TURNER (Thomas), Narrative of a Journey, associated with a fly, from Gloucester to Aberystwith, and from Aberystwith through North Wales. London, printed for private distribution only, 1840. 8vo, portrait and II plates from drawings by DAVID Cox, original binding, uncut, 9s.

1141 WARNER (Rev. Richard), A Second Walk through Wales, in August and September, 1798. Bath, printed by R. Cruttwell, 4799. 8vo, two plates in aquatint, old calf, 6s.

1142 BOOKPLATES (50) of the Cunliffe, Davies, Dillwyn, Edwards, Edwardes, Herbert, Lloyd, Meredyth, Myddleton, Puleston, Swymmer, Twyning, and other Welsh families, 27. 15s.

1143 CHEPSTOW CASTLE belonging to his Grace the Duke of Beaufort. By J. Kip. 13× 18. 6s.

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