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Various Contributors (1895), ‘Scots Lore‘, Glasgow, Scotland: William Hodge & Co. [Text]

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J. Grant (1880), ‘Old and New Edinburgh‘, vols.1 & 3, London: Cassell & Company, Limited.

J. Grant (1880), ‘Old and New Edinburgh‘, vols.1-3, London: Cassell, Petter, Galpin & Co. [Text]

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D. McLeod (1892), ‘Gloomy Memories‘, Glasgow, Scotland: Archibald Sinclair. [Text]

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City Tourist Handbook (1884), ‘Views of Edinburgh with Guide Book‘, Edinburgh: Thomas Nelson and Sons. [Map]

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Lithograph Prints;

T. Fairbairn (1848), “Court of Mansion house [likely Sir G Elphinstone’s], Main st [now Gorbals st].”

T. Fairbairn (1849), ‘Drygate.”

T. Fairbairn (1850), “Ladywell st & Cathedral.“, “Wooden Houses, Close 77 Saltmarket.“, & “Castle st, Cathedral & Square Tower – Now Removed.

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Valentine & Sons (1901-ish), ‘Valentine’s Snapshots‘, Photos of Glasgow, Glasgow, Scotland: Lyon, Ltd.

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Acts Relating to Scotland;

1715“An Act for the more effectual securing the Peace of the Highlands in Scotland.”

1724 – “An Act for the more effectual Disarming the Highlands in that Part of Great Britain called Scotland; and for the better securing the Peace and Quiet of that Part of the Kingdom.”

1748 – “An Act to amend and enforce so much of an Act Made in the Nineteenth Year of His Majesty’s Reign, as relates to the more effectual disarming the Highlands in Scotland; and restraining the Use of the Highland Dress, .., &c.”

1782 – “An Act to repeal so much of an Act, made in the Nineteenth Year of King George the Second, (for the more effectual disarming the Highlands in Scotland, and for other purposes therein mentioned), as restrains the Use of the Highland Dress.”

1832 – “An Act to reduce the Allowance on Spirits made from Malt only in Scotland and Ireland. [9th April 1832.]”

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A. Ramsay (1733), ‘Tea-table Miscellany: or, A Collection of Scots Sangs‘, 3 volumes in 1 edition, London: Printed for and Sold by A. Millar at Buchanan’s Head over against St. Clement’s Church in the Strand.

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Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts (1896), ‘Memorial Catalogue of the Old Glasgow Exhibition 1894’, Glasgow: William Hodge and Company. [Text]

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C. Innes (1855), ‘Kilchurn Heritage: The Black Book of Taymouth; With Other Papers From the Breadalbane Charter Room’, Edinburgh: T. Constable.

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Dr. J. Brown (Undated), ‘Rab and His Friends‘, Oxford: Horace Hart. [Text]

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G. Chalmers (1822), ‘The Life of Mary, Queen of Scots, Drawn from the State Papers. With Six Subsidiary Memoirs.’, vols. 1 & 2, Philadelphia: Abraham Small. [Text]

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J. M. Leighton (1830), ‘Select Views on the River Clyde. Engraved by Joseph Swan, from Drawings by J. Fleming, with Historical and Descriptive Illustrations.’, Glasgow: J. Swan, Engraver; London: Moon, Boys & Graves. [Text]

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Various contributors (1857), ‘Punch’s Almanack for [Jan-Dec] 1857.’, weekly magazine collection, London: Bradbury and Evans, Whitefriars.

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J. Haig (1824), ‘Historical Works of Sir James Balfour of Denmylne and Kinnaird, Knight and Baronet; Lord Lyon King at Arms to Charles the First, and Charles the Second.’, vols. 1-3, Edinburgh: W. Aitchison. [Text]

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R. Chambers (1885), ‘Domestic Annals of Scotland from the Reformation to the Rebellion of 1745.’, Edinburgh: W. & R. Chambers. [Text]

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Rev. Dr. J. Jamieson (1867), ‘Jamieson’s Scottish Dictionary‘, Ed: J. Longmuir, Edinburgh: William P. Nimmo.

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Valentine & Sons (18590ish), ‘Stirling‘, Collotype Book.

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[Taken from] Valentine & Sons Photos (undated), ‘Royal Scottish Album of Glasgow and the Clyde‘.

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W. Guthrie (1676), ‘General History of Scotland, from the Earliest Accounts to the Present Time’, vol. 2, London: A Hamilton for the Author. [Map]

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J. Taylor D.D. (1859), ‘Pictorial History of Scotland’, Vols. 1 & 2, London: James S. Virtue.

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A. MacGeorge (1880), ‘Old Glasgow’, Glasgow: Blackie & Son. [Text]

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Edinburgh Almanack and Scots Register for 1794′, Edinburgh: David Ramsay.

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A. Brown (1795), ‘History of Glasgow; and of Paisley, Greenock, and Port Glasgow’, Vol. 1, Glasgow: William Paton.

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J. MacKenzie (1894), ‘History of Scotland’, London: T. Nelson and Sons.

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Prof Wilson (1845), ‘Scotland Illustrated in a Series of Eighty Views’, Edinburgh: A. Fullarton and Co. [Text]

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W. & R. Chambers (1847), ‘Topographical, Statistical, and Historical Gazetteer of Scotland’, Edinburgh: A. Fullarton and Co. [Maps]

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W. P. Fetridge (1879), ‘Harper’s Hand Book’, New York: Harper & Bros. [Map]

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London Quarterly Review‘ (Oct. 1855), Vol. XCVII, No. CXCIV, pp. 378-407.

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Fac Simile of ‘Mercurius Caledonius‘ of January 8, 1661 [Text] with Historical Sketch of the Caledonian Mercury to January 8, 1861 (Disbound).

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C. Innes (1861), ‘Sketches of Early Scotch History‘, Edinburgh: Edmonston and Douglas. [Text]

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R. Chambers (1886), ‘Book of Days’, Vols. 1 & 2, Edinburgh: W & R Chambers. [Text]

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J. F. Campbell (1890), ‘Popular Tales of the West Highlands‘, vols. 1 & 2, Paisley, Scotland: Alexander Gardner. [Text]

J. F. Campbell (1892), ‘Popular Tales of the West Highlands‘, vol. 3, Paisley, Scotland: Alexander Gardner.

J. F. Campbell (1893), ‘Popular Tales of the West Highlands‘, vol. 4, Paisley, Scotland: Alexander Gardner. [Text]

J. F. Campbell (1862), ‘Popular Tales of the West Highlands’, Vol. 4, Edinburgh: Edmonston & Douglas.

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Sir G. W. Dasent (1862), ‘Popular Tales from the Norse’, London: George Routledge & Sons Ltd.

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A. Pope (1756), ‘Iliad of Homer’, London: Henry Lintot.

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J. MacPherson (1812), ‘Poems of Ossian’, London: J. Walker.

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J. Boswell (1908), ‘Journal of the Tour to the Hebrides’, Vols. 1 & 2, London: Archibald Constable & Co. Ltd.

J. Boswell (1909), ‘Journal of the Tour to the Hebrides’, London: J. M. Dent & Co.

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E. W. Lane (1841), ‘Thousand and One Nights’, Vols. 1-3, London: C. Knight & Co.

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W. G. Waters (1894), ‘Nights of Straparola’, Vols. 1 & 2, London: Lawrence & Bullen.

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Royal Association for Promotion of the Fine Arts in Scotland (1868), Six Engravings in Illustration of Rob Roy, Edinburgh: (unknown).

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D. Alighieri (1888), ‘Dante’s Visions; Inferno, Purgatory, & Paradise’, Transl. Rev. H. F. Cary, Illus. M. G. Doré, Vols. 1-3, Albany, New York: Argyle Press.

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Sir W. Scott (1869), ‘Tales of a Grandfather’, Edinburgh: Adam & Charles Black.

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W. F. Henley & T. F. Henderson (1896), ‘Poetry of Robert Burns,’ Centenary Edition, Vols.1-4, London: Caxton Publishing Co. [Abridged Text]

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Sir G. W. Dasent (1900), Story of Burnt Njal‘, London: Grant Richards.

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Sir J. D. Marwick (1897), ‘Charters and Other Documents Relating to the City of Glasgow,’ Glasgow: Printed for the Scottish Burgh Records Society. [Map]

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Fools and Jesters: with a Reprint of Robert Armin’s Nest of Ninnies. 1608. with an Introduction and Notes.’ (1842), London: F. Shoberl; Printed for the Shakespeare Society.

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Sir T. D. Lauder (1881), ‘Tales of the Highlands’, Glasgow: Thomas D. Morison. [Text]

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Memorials and Letters Relating to the History of Britain in the Reign of James the First [Sixth]; Published from the Originals’ (1762), Glasgow: Robert and Andrew Foulis; Printers to the University.

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Mauchline Ware Photo Album (Late 19th Century), “Made of Wood Grown on the Banks of the Doon”, Containing 49 Photos.

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Sir W. Scott (undated), ‘Marmion: A Tale of Flodden Field’, Glasgow: David Bryce and Son, Mauchline Ware Edition.

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A. H. Millar (undated), ‘Story of Queen Mary’, Glasgow David Bryce & Son, Mauchline Ware Edition.

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D. Mitchell & A. Lang (1898), ‘International Library of Famous Literature’, Vol. 1, New York: Merrill and Baker.

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All newspaper articles, unless otherwise stated, have been sourced and directly transcribed from the originals which can be found at the British Newspaper Archive.