‘Sketches of Early Scotch History’ (1861)

This isn’t as random a pick as the books up until now have been. Cosmo Innes is cited often and is apparently adored by Andrew MacGeorge in his ‘Old Glasgow‘ (1880) so I thought I’d provide the context of many of the quotes and information provided by MacGeorge. Also, unlike the other books already uploaded, I have previously read this one and found it fairly heavy on the ecclesiastical history of Scotland but there are plenty of gems to find.

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C. Innes (1861), ‘Sketches of Early Scotch History’, Edinburgh: Edmonston and Douglas, Front Cover.

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C. Innes (1861), ‘Sketches of Early Scotch History’, Edinburgh: Edmonston and Douglas, Spine.

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C. Innes (1861), ‘Sketches of Early Scotch History’, Edinburgh: Edmonston and Douglas, Cover-edge Detailing.

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C. Innes (1861), ‘Sketches of Early Scotch History’, Edinburgh: Edmonston and Douglas, Inside Front Cover with Library Sticker of Rules.

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C. Innes (1861), ‘Sketches of Early Scotch History’, Edinburgh: Edmonston and Douglas, Inside Back Cover.

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C. Innes (1861), ‘Sketches of Early Scotch History’, Edinburgh: Edmonston and Douglas, Title Page.

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C. Innes (1861), ‘Sketches of Early Scotch History’, Edinburgh: Edmonston and Douglas, Publisher’s Page.

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