- Extra Articles
- What Happened to the Scottish Monarchy
- Is Scottish a Fake Language?
- ‘Scottish Review’ Articles
- Art III. – EARLY SCOTTISH BURGHS., Vol. 2, May, 1883, pp.45-70.
- Art. II. – THE SCOTTISH LANGUAGE., Vol. 4, Jul., 1884, pp.30-61.
- Art. VII. – THE PHILOSOPHY OF STUPIDITY, Vol 6, Oct., 1885. pp.323-333.
- Art. IV. – THE CALDWELL PAPERS., vol. 7, Apr., 1886, pp.286-303.
- Art. I. – HOME RULE FOR SCOTLAND., Vol. 8, Jul., 1886, pp.1-20.
- Art. I. – ON THE JURISDICTION OF THE ENGLISH COURTS OVER SCOTSMEN., Vol. 9, Jan., 1887, pp.1-31.
- Art. I. – THE UNION OF 1707 VIEWED FINANCIALLY, Vol. 10, Oct., 1887, pp.213-234.
- Art. VIII. – PARLIAMENT IN SCOTLAND, Vol. 14, Oct., 1889, pp.399-416.
- Art. III. – THE PEOPLES OF ANCIENT SCOTLAND., Vol. 17, Jan., 1891, pp.60-82.
- Art. V. – SCOTTISH ORIGIN OF THE MERLIN MYTH., Vol. 20, Oct., 1892, pp.321-337.
- Art. VIII. – BEGINNINGS OF THE SCOTTISH NEWSPAPER PRESS.,Vol. 21, Apr., 1893, pp.399-419.
- Scotland’s Elusive Unicorns
- Statutes of Icolmkill / Iona
- Curious and Interesting Deaths
- Miscellaneous Collected Pictures
- Corporal William Caldwell – Marksman & Bowler Extraordinaire – 1838-1907.
- Newspaper Research
- Guest Articles
- Acts Relating To Scotland
- George I., 1st Year, Chapter 54, 1715 – An Act for 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.
- George I., 11th Year, Chapter , 1724 – An Act for 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.
- George II., 21st Year, Chapter 26, 1747 – 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, and to Masters and Teachers of private Schools and Chaplains; and to explain a Clause in another Act made in the same Year, relating to Letters of Orders of Episcopal Ministers in Scotland; and to oblige Persons allowed to carry Arms, and the Directors of the Banks there, and certain Persons belonging to, or practising in the Courts of Session and Justiciary, to take the Oaths; and to repeal some Clauses in an Act made in the First Year of the Reign of His late Majesty King George the First, whereby certain Encouragements are given to Landlords and Tenants in Scotland, who should continue in their Duty and Loyalty to His said late Majesty; and for other Purposes therein mentioned.
- George III., 21st Year, Chapter 63, 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 the other Purposes therein mentioned), as restrains the Use of the Highland Dress.
- William IV., 2nd Year, Chapter 29, 1832 – An Act to reduce the Allowance on Spirits made from Malt only in Scotland and Ireland.
- Maps from Books
- Map of Glasgow for Comparison (1773-1880) from A. MacGeorge’s ‘Old Glasgow‘.
- Map of Scotland (1767) from W. Guthrie’s ‘General History of Scotland‘, volume 2.
- Map of Glasgow (1879) from Harper’s Hand Book.
- Maps of Glasgow & Edinburgh (1847) from W. & R. Chambers’ ‘Gazetteer of Scotland‘, volume 1.
- Maps of Edinburgh & Wider Suburbs (1884) from Nelson & Sons’ ‘Views of Edinburgh with Guide Book‘.
- Maps of Edinburgh (Varying Years) from J. Grant’s ‘Old and New Edinburgh‘, Vol. 1.
- Map of Glasgow, Govan, and Partick (1650) from Sir J. D. Marwick’s ‘Charters and Other Documents Relating to the City of Glasgow’ (1897).
- Map of Glasgow (1773) from Sir J. D. Marwick’s ‘Extracts from the Records of the Burgh of Glasgow 1573-1642’ (1876).
- Map of N. W. View of Torrance [G75] (1793) from David Ure’s ‘History of Rutherglen and East-Kilbride‘ (1793).
- Maps showing the Battles of Bannockburn (1314), Flodden (1513), and Pinkie Cleugh (1547) from Blackie’s ‘History of Scotland’ (1881).
- Maps of Scotland in 850 & 1066 C.E., Showing Tribal Populations/Kingdoms from Rev. Thomson’s ‘A History of the Scottish People’ (1893).
- Map of Scotland (1850ish) from Miss Julia Corner’s ‘History of Scotland’ (1851).
- Wanderings Through Scottish History
- Days to Celebrate
- Non-Scottish Publications
- ‘International Library of Famous Literature’ (1898)
- ‘Fools and Jesters: with a Reprint of Robert Armin’s Nest of Ninnies. 1608,’ (1842)
- ‘Story of Burnt Njal’ (1900)
- ‘Dante’s Visions; Inferno, Purgatory, & Paradise‘ (1888)
- ‘Nights of Straparola‘ (1894)
- ‘Thousand and One Nights‘ (1841)
- ‘Iliad of Homer‘ (1756)
- ‘Popular Tales from the Norse‘ (1862)
- Punch’s Almanack for 1857