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Aberdeen University- 
Studies : No. 66 




Concise Bibliography 



of 



Aberdeen, Banff, Kincardine 



University of Aberdeen. 

COMMITTEE ON PUBLICATIONS. 

Coavener : Professor James W. H. Trail, F.R.S., Curator of the Library.. 

UNIVERSITY STUDIES, 
General Editor : P. J. Anderson, LL.B., Librarian to the University. 

1900. No. I. — Roll of A lumni in A rts of King's College, 1596-1860. P. J. Anderson. 

„ No. 2. — Records of Old Aberdeen, 1157-1891. A. M. Munro, F.S.A. Scot. Vol. I. 

„ No. 3. — Place Names of West Aberdeenshire. James Macdonald, F.S.A. Scot. 

1901. No. 4. — Family of Burnett of Leys. George Burnett, LL.D., Lyon King of Arms. 
„ No. 5. — Records of Invercauld, 1547-1828. Rev. J. G. Michie, M.A. 

1902. No. 6. — Rectorial Addresses in the Universities of Aberdeen, 1835-1900. P. J. Anderson. 
„ No. 7. — Albemarle Papers, 1746-48. Professor C. S. Terrj-, M.A. 

1903. No. 8.— House of Gordon. J. M. Bulloch, M.A. Vol. I. 

„ No. g.— Records of Elgin. William Cramond, LL.D. Vol. L 

1904. No. 10. — Avogadro and Dalton. A. N. Meldrum, D.Sc. 

„ No. II. — Records of the Sheriff Court of Aberdeenshire. David Littlejohn, LL.D. Vol. I., 

u No. 12. — Proceedings of the Anatomical and Anthropological Society, 1902-04. 

1905. No. 13. — Report on Alcyonaria. Professor J. Arthur Thomson, M.A., and others. 
„ No. 14. — Researches in Organic Chemistry. Prof. F. R. Japp, F.R.S., and others. 
„ No. 15. — Meminisse Juvat : with Appendix of Alakeia. Alexander Shewan, M.A. 

„ No. 16. — Blackhalls of tiiat Ilk and Barra. Alexander Morison, M.D. 

1906. No. 17. — Records of the Scots Colleges. Vol.1. P. J. Anderson. 

„ No. 18.— Roll of the Graduates, 1860-1900. Colonel William Johnston, C.B., M.D.. LL.D. 

„ No. 19. — Studies in the History of the University. P. J. Anderson and others. 

„ No. 20. — Studies in the History and Art of the Eastern Provinces of the Roman Empire. 

Professor Sir W. M. Ramsay, D.C.L., and pupils. 

„ No. 21. — Studies in Pathology. William Bulloch, M.D., and others. 

„ No. 22. — Proceedings of the Anatomical and Anthropological Society, 1904-06. 

„ No. 23. — Subject Catalogues of the Science Library and the Law Library. P. J. Anderson. 

„ No. 2i.— Records of the Sheriff Court of Aberdeenshire. David Littlejohn, LL.D. Vol. IL 

1907. No. 25. — Studies on Alcyonarians and Antipatharians. Prof. Thomson, M.A., and others. 
„ No. 26.— Surgical Instruments in Greek and Roman Times. J. S. Milne, M.A., M.D. 

„ No. 27. — Records of the Sheriff Court of Aberdeenshire. David Littlejohn, LL.D. Vol. IIL 

„ No. 28. — Flosculi Graeci Boreales. Ser. II. Professor John Harrower, M.A. 

„ No. 29. — Record of the Quatercentetiary, 1906. P. J. Anderson. 

„ No. 30.— House of Gordon. J. M. Bulloch, M.A. Vol. II. 

1908. No. s^.^ Miscellany of the New Spaldtng Club. Vol.11. 

„ No. ^2.— Religious Teachers of Greece. James Adam, Litt.D. (Gifford Lectures, 1904-06.) 

•I No. i^.— Science and Philosophy of the Organism. Hans Driesch, Ph.D. (Giff. Lect., 1907.) 

„ No. 34. — Proceedings of the Anatomical and Anthropological Society, 1906-08. 

„ No. 3$.— Records of Elgin. Vol. II. Rev. S. Ree, B.D. 

„ Ho. 36.— Pigmentation Survey of School Children. J. F. Tocher, B.Sc. 

1909. Ho. sy.—Sctence and Philosophy of Organism. Hans Driesch, Ph.D. Vol.11. (Giff. Lect., i9o8.> 
„ No. 38. — Studies on A Icyonarians and Hydroids. Prof. Thomson, M.A., and others. Ser. IIL 
„ No. 39. — Publications of Scottish Clubs. Professor C. S. Terry, M.A. 

„ No. ^o.— Aberdeen Friars : Red, Black, White, Grey. P. J. Anderson. 

„ No. 41. — Studies on Alcyonarians. Professor Thomson, M.A., and others. Ser. IV. 

„ Ho. 42.— Records of Old Aberdeen. A. M. Munro. Vol.11. 

1910. No. 43. — Musa Latina Aberdonensis : Poetae Minores. W. K. Leask, M.A. 

„ No. i^.— Bulletins of the A berdeen and North of Scotland College of Agriculture. Nos. 1-14. 

1911. No. 45. — Records of Inverness. W. Mackay and H. C. Boyd. Vol. I. 

„ No. 46. — Zoological Studies. Professor Thomson and others. Ser. V. 

„ No. 47. — Subject Catalogue of the Phillips Library. 

„ No. ^8.— Zoological Studies. Professor Thomson and others. Ser. VI. 

„ No. 4g.— Anacreontic Poetry of Germany. John Lees, D.Litt. 

„ No. 50.— Creeds and Confessions of Faith. Professor W. A. Curtis, D.Litt. 

„ No. 51.— Aberdeen Alumni at Other Universities. Part I. Professor J. Harrower, LL.D.^ 

191a. No. 52. — Royal Fishery Companies. J. R. Elder, M.A. 

„ No. 53. — Zoological Studies. Professor Thomson and others. Ser. VII. 

„ No. 54.— F/om of Banffshire. W. G. Craib. M.A. 

„ No. S5-— Catalogue of A nthropological Museum. Professor R. W. Reid, M.D. 

„ Ho. 56.— Physical Geology of Dee Valley. Alexander Bremner, M.A., B.Sc. 

„ No. 57. — Flora of Siam : Dicotyledones. W. G. Craib, M.A. 

„ No. 58. — Notes on Academic Theses. P.J.Anderson. 



1913- 



No. sg.— Gordons under Arms. C. O. Skelton and J. M. Bulloch, M.A. 
No. 60. — Society of Advocates in Aberdeen. J. A. Henderson, F.S.A. Scot. 
No. 61. — Flora of Siam : Monocotyledones. W. G. Craib, M.A. 



No. 62. — Aberdeen University Library Bulletin. Vol. 
„ No. 63. — Genealogies of an Aberdeen Family, 1540-1913. Rev. James Smith, B.D. 
1914. No. 64. — Zoological Studies. Professor Thomson and others. Ser. VIII. 

No, 65.— Highland Host of 1678. J. R, Elder, D.Litt. 
„ No. 66.— Bibliography of Aberdeen, Banff, and Kincardine. J. F, Kellas Johnstone. 



A Concise Bibliography of the 
History, Topography, and Institutions 

of the Shires of 

Aberdeen, Banff, and Kincardine 



By 

James Fowler Kellas Johnstone 



" The deevil pay them wV apettle 
That slight the North " 

— Beattie 



Aberdeen 

Printed for the University 

1914 



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PREFACE 

This is not a bibliography of every work of local authorship, 
or of all books printed within the district. Its scope is limited, 
as its title expresses, to a single branch of our literature. 
While it may prove useful to the reader and collector, the aim 
of the compiler has been to facilitate historical study and 
research by compressing for easy reference notes of as many 
sources of information as the space at disposal would contain. 
The subject lists are not exhaustive, although no important 
work has been omitted. All the books, unless otherwise noted, 
have been published in Aberdeen, and with few exceptions they 
may be consulted at the University Library. 

Many of the works recommended for general reference are 
those of annalists born and educated within the shires, to 
whom, from the days of Barbour, the national history has 
been continuously indebted. The local roll of fame is much too 
extensive for inclusion, but the county biographies by the Rev. 
W. B. R. Wilson in *' Scottish Notes and Queries," William 
Anderson's " Scottish Nation," the '* Dictionary of National 
Biography," Frederic Boase's ''Modern English Biography," 
and other kindred collections are easily accessible. 

It will be observed that several books of a comprehensive 
character are twice noted, a redundancy due to the separate 
preparation and publication of the lists for city and counties. 
Following two earlier editions, the city bibliography was pub- 
lished in the Aberdeen University Library Bulletin, i, 699-738. 
The bibliography of the counties first appeared in the Bulletin^ 
ii, 73-120, and 301-382. It was thought best to adhere to the 
original plan of the works as closely as possible, but both have 
been revised for this united edition. 

J. F. K. J. 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

The City of Aberdeen 



PAOa 



I. The Municipality. 

1. Charters, records and registers .... & 

2. General history and topography . . .11 

3. Aberdoniana : minor history, topography and 

antiquities . . . . . . .13 

4. Individual historical reminiscence . . .16 

5. Municipal departments : statistics : the public 

good 17 

6. Guide and picture books . . . . .19 

7. Maps 20 

II. Ecclesiastical history. 

1. Pre-reformation church 21 

2. Post-reformation establishment . . .23 

3. Nonconformity ....... 24 

III. Education and culture. 

1 . The universities 27 

2. The schools 31 

3. Culture : learned societies . . . . . 33 

IV. Commerce 36 

V. Miscellaneous institutions 39 

VI. The printer ........ 41 

VII. Periodical literature 42 

The Three Counties 

VIII. General historical and topographical reference . 47 

IX. Territorial history, topography, etc. . . .55 

X. General religious historical reference . . .63 

XI. Ecclesiastical district annals 65 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 



XII. Parochial annals 

XIII. Law and order 

XIV. Education and culture : science and art 
XV. Industry and commerce .... 

XVI. Dialects and idiom 

XVII. Folk lore : folk song and its music : games 

XVIII. Individual reminiscence .... 

XIX. As others see us 

XX. Romance and poetry .... 

XXI. Periodical literature .... 
XXII. Guide-books, views, and maps 

Bibliography . . . 

Index 



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161 
166 

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177 



LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS 

A. and B. Joseph Robertson's " Aberdeen and Banff". 
A.y.N. and Q. Aberdeen Journal Notes and Queries. 

Arch. Scot. Archaeologia Scotica. Trans. Soc. Ant. Scot. 

Bulloch. John Bulloch's " Historic Scenes in Aberdeenshire ". 
Davidson. Davidson's " Inverurie and the Earldom of Garioch ". 
F.E.S. Hew Scott's " Fasti Ecclesiae Scoticanae ". 
H.E. John A. Henderson's " Aberdeenshire Epitaphs ". 
y.E. Andrew Jervise's " Epitaphs and Inscriptions ^. 
M.G.C. Macfarlane's Geographical Collections. 
Misc. N.S.C. Miscellany of the New Spalding Club. 
N.S.A. New Statistical Account. 1840-45. 
O.S.A. Old Statistical Account. [Sir John Sinclair's.] 1791-99 

P.B. Poll Book. List of pollable persons in Aberdeenshire, 
Pratt. J. B. Pratt's " Buchan ". 4th ed. 
P.S.A. Scot. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries in Scotland. 
Shaw. Shaw's " History of the Province of Moray ". 2nd ed. 
Smith. Alex. Smith's " New History of Aberdeenshire ". 
S.N. and Q. Scottish Notes and Queries. 

Temple. Temple's " Thanage of Fermartyn ". 



THE CITY OF ABERDEEN 
I. THE MUNICIPALITY 

1. CHARTERS, RECORDS, AND REGISTERS 

Anderson, P. J. Charters and other writs illustrating the history 
of the royal burgh of Aberdeen, 1171-1804. With transla- 
tions. 1890. 

Inventories of records illustrating the history of the burgh 

of Aberdeen. 1890. 60 copies printed. 

[Additional inventory in S. N. and Q.. 2nd ser., v., 171.] 

References to Aberdeen in the Privy Seal Register. 1498- 

1707. 5. A^. and Q., 2nd ser., v. (1904), 101, 114. 

Census of Scotland, 191 1. Report on the twelfth decennial 
census. Vol. 1, part 4, Aberdeen city : part 5, county of Aber- 
deen : part 8, county of BanfP: part 21, county of Kincardine. 
Edin. 1912-13. 
Littlejohn, David. Records of the sheriff court of Aberdeen- 
shire, 1503-1660. 3 vols. New Spalding Club. 1904-07. 
Macleod, John. The Commissariot record of Aberdeen. Register 
of testaments, 1715-1800. Scottish Record soc. Edin. 1899. 
Munro, A. M. Memorials of the aldermen, provosts, and lord 
provosts of Aberdeen, 1272-1895. 1897. 

Notes on the members of parliament for the burgh of Aber- 

deen, 1357-1866. 1889. 

Register of indentures for the burgh of Aberdeen. S. N. and 

Q., x.-xii. ; continued in A. J, N. and Q., ii.-iv. 

[A transcript of the record begun in 1622, made compulsory by 
the city council in 1632, and abolished in 1878. Contains 
interesting particulars of the apprentices and craftsmen with 
conditions and period of service, etc.] 

Register of the burgesses of guild and trade of the burgh of 

Aberdeen, 1399-1631. In " Miscellany of the New Spalding 
Club ". Vol. 1, 1890. Continued to 1700 in vol. 2, 1908. 

Records of Old Aberdeen, 1157-1891. 2 vols. New 

Spalding Club. 1899-1909. 

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Robertson, Joseph. Collections for a history of the shires of 

Aberdeen and Banff. Spalding Club, 1843. 
Illustrations of the topography and antiquities of the shires 

of Aberdeen and Banff. Vol. 2, 1847; 3, 1858; 4, 1862. 

[Robertson's works contain important matter on the history of the 
city. The Index vol. (though marked 1, 1869) treats the " Collec- 
tions " as vol. 1 of the series.] 

Sum notabill thinges excerptit frome the auld recordes of the 

honorabill citie of Aberdeene. 1565-1635. Edin. 1834. 

Ross, James A. Record of municipal affairs in Aberdeen since 
the passing of the Burgh Reform Act in 1833. 1889. 

Stuart, John. Extracts from the council register of the burgh of 
Aberdeen. 1398-1570. Spalding Club. 1844. 

1570-1625. Spalding Club. 1848. 

1625-1642. Scottish Burgh Record Soc. Edin. 1871. 

1643-1747. Scottish Burgh Record Soc. Edin. 1872. 

List of pollable persons within the shire of Aberdeen, 1696. 

2 vols. 1844. 

The Miscellany of the Spalding Club. Vol. 5. 1852. Con- 
taining : — 

Extracts from the registers of the burgh of Aberdeen, 

1317-1508. 
Extracts from the accounts of the burgh, 1398-1657. 
Birth brieves from the registers of the burgh, 1637-1705. 
Missives to the provost, baillies and council, 1594-1688. 
Town Council. Minutes and proceedings, 1883, etc. In pro- 
gress. 1884, etc. 
Turreff, Gavin. Antiquarian gleanings from Aberdeenshire re- 
cords. 1859. Reprinted 1871. 



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MUNICIPALITY 

2. GENERAL HISTORY AND TOPOGRAPHY 

Bulloch, John. Aberdeen three hundred years ago. 1884. 

Historic scenes in Aberdeenshire. Weekly News. 1883. 

[In this long and important series of 117 articles the history of the 
city begins 24 April and continues weekly to 8 October, 1883. 
Every parish in the county is described, the last item appear- 
ing on 11 July, 1885.] 

Cadenhead, George. Sketch of the territorial history of the 

burgh of Aberdeen. 1878. 
Carnegie, Alexander, and others. Aberdeen. In " Statistical 

account of Scotland". Vol. 19, pp. 140, 633. Edin. 1797. 
Cruickshank, Alexander. Aberdeen. In " Encyclopaedia Bri- 

tannica," 9th ed. Vol. 1. Edin. 1873. 
Douglas, Francis. A General description of the east coast of 

Scotland from Edinburgh to Cullen. Paisley, 1782. 2nd ed. 

Abdn. 1826. 

[202 of the 310 pp. of this work relate to Aberdeen.] 

Duncan, William, and Torrie, Alexander. Topographical 
sketches by Mr. Peter Peebles. Twelve articles in The 
Observer, between 19 July, 1833, and 30 Jan., 1835. 

[The offprints in 12mo are now very scarce : the largest collection 
I have seen, belonging to Mr. William Walker, is not quite 
complete. The pagination is continuous. Most of the articles 
relate to country districts.] 

Gordon, James. Abredoniae vtrivsque descriptio. A description 
of both touns of Aberdeen. [1660.] With a selection of the 
charters of the burgh. Ed. by Cosmo Innes. Spalding club. 
Edin. 1842. With illustrations and maps. 

[The " Descriptio," with a more accurate translation, is included 
in " Macfarlane's Geographical Collections," vol. 2. Scot. 
Hist. soc. Edin. 1907.] 

Henderson, William, and others. City of Aberdeen and parish 
of Old Machar. In the Statistical account of Aberdeenshire. 
Edin. 1843. Vol. 12 of New Statistical Account of Scotland. 

Kennedy, William. Annals of Aberdeen. 2 vols. Lond. 1818. 

Leslie, Alexander. Aberdeen and north-east Scotland. 1877. 

Mackie, Alexander. Aberdeenshire (Cambridge County Geogra- 
phies). Cambridge, 1911. 

Milne, John. Aberdeen : topographical, antiquarian and historical 
papers on the city. 1911. 

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CITY OF ABERDEEN 

[Moir, John.J History of the city of Aberdeen. Edin. 1825. 

A Short account of the city of Aberdeen. Edin. 1828. 

Orem, William. A Description of the Chanonry in Old Aber- 
deen, 1724-1725. Lond. 1772. 

A Description of the Chanonry, cathedral and King's 

College of Old Aberdeen in the years 1724 and 1725. 1791. 
Another edition, 1830 : some copies dated 1832. 

Robbie, William. Aberdeen : its traditions and history. 1893. 
[Robertson, Joseph.] The Book of Bon-Accord : or, A Guide to 

the city of Aberdeen. 1839. Vol. 1 only : not continued. 
Rodger, Ella Hill Burton. Old Aberdeen : her story and people. 

1902. 
Ross, Alexander. An Account of the antiquity of the city of 

Aberdeen. [1797.] 
Short history of Aberdeen and its people. Forty-eight articles. 

Weekly Free Press, commencing 12 July, 1890. 
Skene, Alexander. Memorials for the Government of the Royall- 
Burghs in Scotland ... as also A Survey of the city of 
Aberdeen. 1685. 

[Verbatim reprint of 1st ed. [50 copies] priv. ptd. Edin. 1867. The 
"Survey" was reprinted in 1833. A "suppressed chapter,'* 
repeatedly referred to in the " Book of Bon-accord," was 
printed in the Aberdeen Constitutional, 7 Oct., 1837, with an 
introduction by [William Duncan] which was reprinted in 
Scottish Notes and Queries, ix., 158-160, xii., 1-2. Refer also 
to M.G.C., vol. iii.] 
Smith, Alexander. The History and antiquities of new and old 
Aberdeen. 1882. 

A New history of Aberdeenshire. 2 vols. 1875. 

Thom, Walter. The History of Aberdeen. 2 vols. 1811. 
Watt, William. Fifty years progress in Aberdeen. Reprinted 

from Trans, of Aberdeen Philosophical Society. Vol. 4. 1910. 

A History of Aberdeen and Banff. Edin. 1900. (Scottish 

County Histories.) 

Wilson, James Hall. The Bon-accord repository of local institu- 
tions. 1842. 
Wilson, Robert. An Historical account and delineation of Aber- 
deen. 1822. 

[Valuable for its views of public buildings subsequently used to 
illustrate the works of Rettie, 1868, and Robbie, 1893.] 

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MUNICIPALITY 

3. ABERDONIANA : MINOR HISTORY, TOPOGRAPHY AND 
ANTIQUITIES 

Aberdeen Free Press. Chronicle of nineteenth century. 1901. 
Reissue, with supplement, 1901-1906. 1907. 

Aberdeen to=day : a record of the life, thought, and industry of 
the city, 1886-1907, forming the majority number of Bon- 
Accord. 1907. 

Allan, Richard A. Landing of Queen Victoria at Aberdeen, 
8 Sep., 1848. 1898. 

Allardyce, Ann D. B. Footdee in the last century. 1872. 

Anderson, Robert. Aberdeen in bye-gone days : views of streets 
and buildings, with descriptions. 1910. 

Walks round Aberdeen. 1912. 

Billings, R. W. The Baronial and ecclesiastical antiquities of 

Scotland. 4 vols. Edin. 1845-1852. 

[In vol 1 : seven Aberdeen views with historical descriptions by Dr. 
John Hill Burton.] 
[Coutts, James A. C] Book of Powis. [1906.] 
Cruickshank, Alexander. Vanishing Aberdeen. 1894. 
Cruickshank, John. The Armorial ensigns of the royal burgh of 

Aberdeen, with some observations on the legend relating to 

the capture and demolition of the castle. 1888. 
Edmond, J. P. Rejoicings at Aberdeen for the restoration, 1660. 

1883. 
Fraser, G. M. The Green and its story. 1904. 

Historical Aberdeen. 1905. 

[Castle and Castle Hill ; Snow Church ; Woolmanhill and neigh- 
bourhood ; Guestrow.] 

The Lone shieling : literary and historical sketches. 1908. 

[The Town Council as patrons of literature. Sir Walter Scott and 
the Aberdonians. Centenary of Dr. James Beattie. Samuel 
Rutherford in Aberdeen. Polmuir. Aberdeen as a historical 
place-name. The Forbes memorial. A Market Cross and its 
story. Aberdonians viewed from the outside.] 

Treasure trove in the North of Scotland. Lond. 1908. 

Aberdeen street names, their history, meaning, and personal 

associations. 1911. 

Henderson, John A. Twenty-one Aberdeen events of the nine- 
teenth century. 1912. 

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CITY OF ABERDEEN 

Lawrence, Calder M. The Denbum from source to sea. 1908. 

Leslie, John Grant. Aberdeen prison, record buildings, and 
courthouses, 1862. 1862. 

Macleod, Kenneth. Aberdeen in the fifties. Caled. Med. Journ.^ 
vii., 374. 

[Mitchell, James.] Aberdeen town hall armorial bearings. 
1877. 

Munro, A. M. The Common good of the city of Aberdeen, 1319- 
1887. 1888. 

Munro, A. M., and Burr, Q. Gordon. Old landmarks of Aber- 
deen. 1885. Reprint in smaller form. 1886. 

Parishes. Description of the six parishes of the city of Aberdeen 
as fixed. 1828. 

Periodical. Scottish Notes and Queries. [Edited by John Bul- 
loch.] 20 vols. 1888-1907. 

" Aberdeen Journal " Notes and Queries. Edited by John 

A. Henderson. Vol. 1. 1908. 

[Four annual vols, have been issued. In progress.] 
Ramsay, John. Selected writings. Aberdoniana, etc. 1871. 
Rettie, James. Aberdeen fifty years ago. 1868. 
Robertson, Joseph. Municipal statutes regulating sports, page- 
ants and processions. Edin. 1837. 

A Short memorandum of quhat heath occurred in Aberdeen 

since xx September m.dccxv. Edin. 1837. 

Stark, James. Aberdeen's distinguished visitors. 1908. 

Stuart, John [professor]. Essays, chiefly on Scottish anti- 
quities. With memoir. 1846. 

Stuart, John [advocate]. Miscellany of the Spalding Club. Vol. 
3. 1846. Containing: Summons against the magistrates of 
Aberdeen, 1591. 

Walker, Alexander. On a bronze pot and what was in it. 1886. 

Aberdeen, 1550-1600. [A lecture.] 1888. 

Aberdeen as it was and is. [A lecture.] 1887. 

The Landymyrs 
Anderson, P. J. Perambulation of the marches of the royal 

burgh of Aberdeen in 1578. 1889. 
Bruce, James, and others. The Riding of the landymyrs. 1840. 
Carnie, William, and others. The Riding of the outer marches. 
1861. 

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MUNICIPALITY 

Fors3i:h, Wm. The Rydin o' the landimyres. 1861. 
[Qibb, Andrew.] The Riding of the outer marches. 1861. 
Anderson, Robert. The Riding of the marches. 1889. 

The Bridges 
Bulloch, J. M. The Bridge of Dee. In Henderson's " History 

of Banchory-Devenick," pp. 98-134. 1890. 
[Duncan, William.] The Bridge of Dee. The Observer, 25 

Oct., 1833. 
Fraser, Q. M. The Aberdeen bridges and their story. 1910. 
In "John Knox Parish Church Bazaar Book," pp. 47-80. 

The Bridge of Dee : its history and sculptures. 1913. 

Munro, A. M. History of Union Bridge. People's journal, Nov., 

1904. 
Nicol, William. History of old bridge of Don. 1851. 
Paul, William. Notes on the early history of the brig of Bal- 
gowny. 1876. 

The Wells and Loch 
Alexander, John. Tituli fontium Abredonensium : the titles of 
Aberdeen's wells, s.l. 1707. 

[Partly reprinted in Scottish Notes and Queries, 2, viii., 87-88, from 
the unique copy in the Bodleian.] 

Barclay, William. Callirhoe, the Nymph of Aberdene resuscitat. 

Edin. 1615. Reprinted with additions, Aberd. 1670 and 1799. 

Rettie, James. The Loch of Aberdeen. In "The Book of St. 

George's in the west," pp. 23-40. 1892. 
[Skene, Gilbert.] Ane Breif descriptioun of the qualiteis and 
effectis of the well of the Womanhill beside Abirdene. Anno 
do. 1580. [Edinburgh : printed by John Ross.] 

[The earliest Scottish topographical book. Reprinted by the Ban- 
natyne Club, ed. by W. F. Skene, 1860; and in facsimile at 
Aberdeen, 1884, ed. by Alexander Kemlo.] 

Taylor, John. The Virtues of the Firhill well. 1800. 

The Market Cross 
Fraser, Q. M. The Market cross of Aberdeen. Glasg. 1908. 
Munro, A. M. History of the Aberdeen market cross. 1910. 

Epitaphia 
Monteith, Robert. An Theater of mortality : or a further collec- 
tion of funeral inscriptions over Scotland. Edin. 1713. 
[Contains gatherings from S. Nicholas and S. Machar.] 

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CITY OF ABERDEEN 

Munro, A. M. Epitaphs and inscriptions in S. Nicholas church 
and churchyard. S. N. and Q., vols. 1-9. 1888-1896. 

Epitaphs and inscriptions. S. Machar cathedral, transepts, 

and churchyard. In "Records of Old Aberdeen," vol. 2. 

Rogers, Charles. Monuments and monumental inscriptions in 
Scotland. 2 vols. Lond. 1871-1872. 
[Aberdeen and Old Machar in vol. 2.j 

Public Parks and Scotstoun Moor 

[Davidson, James W.] The Common moss and freedom hill of 

Old Aberdeen. 1896. 
[Mitchell, James.] The Duthie park : a descriptive and historical 

sketch. 1883. 
Valentine, James, W. Gems of the silver city. 1885. 
Walker, Alexander. The Commonty of Perwinnes, called also 

Scotstoun Moor. 1893. Another ed. 1894. 

Torry and Woodside 

Ferrier, David. Woodside and its surroundings, [n.d.] 
Ledingham, Alexander. History of old and new Torry. 1902. 
Morgfan, Patrick. Annals of Woodside and Newhills. 1886. 
Walker, Alexander. The Torry lands and bridge. 1877. 

4. INDIVIDUAL HISTORICAL REMINISCENCE 

Alexander, William. Twenty-five years : a personal retrospect. 

1878. 
Bisset, John. Extracts from diary of rev. John Bisset, Aberdeen, 

1745-46. In " Miscellany of the Spalding Club ". Vol. 1. 
Buchanan, William. Glimpses of olden days in Aberdeen. 

1870. 
Bulloch, John (s^wior). Reminiscencesofpast half century. 1859. 
Carnie, William. Reporting reminiscences. 3 vols. 1902-06. 
Clark, Alexander. Reminiscences of a police officer. 1873. 
Colman, George {the younger). Random records. 2 vols. 

Lond. 1830. 

[Contains 150 pp. of social and university life in Aberdeen, 1781-83.] 
Cook, A. S. Aberdeen amusements seventy years ago. 1911. 

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MUNICIPALITY 

Cook, A. S. Old-time traders and their ways. 1902. 

Pen sketches and reminiscences of sixty years. 1901. 

Craig-, George A. From parish school to University. Birming- 
ham, 1899. 

Cullen, Walter. The Chronicle of Aberdeen, 1491-1595. In 
'' Miscellany of the Spalding Club ". Vol. 2. 

Diary of passing events in Aberdeen. 1832. 

Forbes, Margaret. Beattie and his friends. Lond. 1904. 

<jordon, Pryse Lockhart. Personal memoirs. 2 vols. Lond. 
1830. 

[Two chapters on social and college life at Aberdeen (1776-79), 
with many other northern reminiscences.] 

Inglis, Sir James C. In the days of my youth. 1907. 

Kennedy, John. Old Highland days. Lond. 1901. 

Lindsay, William. Some notes : personal and public. 1898. 

50 copies. 
Macdonald, Alexander. A Jumble of jottings. 1894. 
Masson, David. Memories of two cities : Edinburgh and Aber- 
deen. Edin. 1911. 
Mayo, Isabella Fyvie. Recollections. Lond. 1910. 
Paul, William, D.D. Past and present of Aberdeenshire. 1881. 

[Two editions.] 
[Riddell, James.] Aberdeen and its folk. 1868. [Two editions.] 
SIcene, William. East Neuk chronicles. 1905. 
Sturrock, J. B. Looking back : a series of reminiscences. 

Paisley, 1910. 
[Tough, John D.] A Short narrative . . . including an account 

of the Hadden family. 1848. [Two editions.] 
Walker, George. Aberdeen awa'. Sketches of its men, manners, 

and customs. 1897. 
Walker, William, LL.D. Nineteenth century progress in the 

north. 1908. 

5. MUNICIPAL DEPARTMENTS : STATISTICS: THE PUBLIC 

GOOD 

Aberdeen Corporation. Account of the revenues. 1817. 

Accounts of the city. Annual issue from 1833. 

Bell and petty customs. Proceedings in reference to. 

1856. 

The Master of Impost. Aberdeen journal, 20 Dec, 1877. 

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Aberdeen Corporation. Cartage. Regulations and rates of fare 
for carters and porters or backmen of coals, 1838, also 1846; 
for street porters, 1839 ; for hackney coaches licensed to ply 
for hire within the city, 1846. 

Fire brigade. Reports annually from 1896. 

Medical officer of health. Reports annually from 1900. 

Police. Reports annually from 1870. 

Public library. Reports annually from 1884-85. 

Sanitary department. Reports annually from 1900. 

Tramways. Reports annually from 1906. 

Water. Report of committee for procuring a more ample 

supply of spring water. 1 792. 

General report and financial memorandum of Aberdeen 

water works ; with analysis of the water. 1 869. 

Water bill. Evidence and report. House of Lords. 1910. 

Weights and measures. Reports annually from 1893. 

[A more extensive list of local reports, etc., appeared in the Aberdeen 
University Library Bulletin, I., pp. 544-547.] 

Aberdeen Parish Council. Minutes, 1895-. Annually. 

Aberdeen Parochial Board. Minutes, 1885-95. 

Assessors. Assessors' lists of parliamentary voters ; of municipal 

voters; burgh valuation roll, etc. Prom 1832 intermittently, 

latterly in annual issue. 
Dalgleish, William. Changes in poorhouse management, 1870 

to 1890. 1891. 
Dyack, William. Twenty years municipal engineering in Aber- 
deen. Lond. 1902. 
[Kennedy, William.] Sketch of the affairs of the treasury of 

Aberdeen. 1821. 
Kilg^our, Alexander, and Galen, John. The Sanatory condition 

of the poor of Aberdeen. [1840.] 
Poor's house. Report by committee on establishing a poor's 

house. 1840. 
Robertson, A. W. The Public libraries of Aberdeen. The 

Library, vi., pp. 1-12. 1893. 
Simpson, W. J. Health history of Aberdeen during the past 

quarter century. 1883. 
Thomson, Alexander. Industrial schools : their origin, rise, and 

progress in Aberdeen. 1847. 
Valentine, James. Aberdeen as it was and is. 1871. 
[Statistical analysis of census.] 

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MUNICIPALITY 

Valentine, James. A Classification of local acts of Parliament 
regulating the police, water, and gas of Aberdeen. 1872. 

Statistics of Aberdeen for 1868-69, 1871-77. 1869-78. 

Watson, William. Pauperism, vagrancy, crime, and industrial 

education in Aberdeenshire, 1840-75. Edin. 1877. 

6. GUIDE AND PICTURE BOOKS [Chronological order] 

Smith, Lewis. Smith's pocket guide to the city of Aberdeen. 
1836. 

[Contains 13 outline plates, a remainder of which was used to 
illustrate some copies of Robertson's *' Book of Bon-Accord ".J 

Bennett, William. The Strangers' guide through Aberdeen. 
1851. 

The Strangers* guide, to which is added a companion for the 

Aberdeen railway. 1851. Another 1855. 

Courage, Archibald. A Brief survey of Aberdeen. 1853. 

Second ed. 1856. 
Cadenhead, William. The New book of Bon-accord. 1856. 

Several subsequent editions • 6th 1886. 

[Later editions entitled "The Book of Bon-Accord ".] 

Keddie, William. Tourists' Guide to Aberdeen, etc. Macdonald 

& Co. Edin. [1865]. [Lithographs.] 
Aberdeen, 1890 : a handy guide. 

Will, William. The Visitors' guide to Aberdeen. [1897.] 
Coutts, James. Dictionary of Deeside : a Guide to the city of 

Aberdeen, etc. 1899. 

[Other Deeside books, with notices of the city are : — 

A Guide to the Highlands of Deeside. By James Brown. [Joseph 

Robertson.] 1831. Numerous subsequent editions were 

issued as " The New Deeside Guide ". 
Deeside. By Alex. Inkson McConnochie. 1893. 2nd ed, 1895. 
History of the valley of the Dee. By John Mackintosh. 1895. 
Deeside. Painted by William Smith, Jr., and described by Robert 

Anderson. 1911.] 

Will, William. Royal Institute of public health. Congress 1900. 

[Descriptive guide to Aberdeen, with statistical account, by 

Matthew Hay.] 1900. 
Todd, George Eyre. Mate's illustrated Aberdeen. Fifty views 

by James Porter, Aberdeen, and A. Turner, Banchory. 

Bournemouth, 1901. 

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[George, J. F.] Munro's guide to Aberdeen and Deeside. [1903.] 
Guide to Aberdeen, Deeside, etc. [Ward, Lock & Co.] Lond. 

[1903.] 
People's guide to the city of Aberdeen. 1903. 2nd ed., 1905. 
[Porter, James.] Sixty views of the Granite City. journal 

Office. [1903.] 
McConnochie, A. I. Aberdeen and its University. Views by 

James Porter. 1906. 
Souvenir of the quatercentenary celebrations. Aberdeen Free 

Press. 1906. [Pictorial.] 
Walker, Robert, and Munro, A. M. Handbook to the city 

[A.M.M.] and university [R.W.]. 1906. 
Wilson & Co., G. W. Souvenir of Aberdeen, the Granite city. 

1906. [Twelve views of Marischal College and street decora- 
tions for the royal visit.] 
** The Granite City." Tourists' guide. Glasg. [n.d.] 
{Munro, A. M.] Aberdeen from bus and car. [n.d.J 
New handy ^uide to the Granite City, [n.d.] 
Photographic view album of Aberdeen. 22 views, [n.d.] 

7. MAPS OR PLANS OF ABERDEEN 

Boulton, W. Plan of the freedom lands of the city. 1889. 
Gibb, Andrew, & Co. Plan of the city of Aberdeen. 1887. 
<iordon, James. Abredoniae Novae et Veteris descriptio. 1661. 
Keith & Gibb. Map of the cities of Aberdeen. 1862. 

Plan of the city of Aberdeen. 1871. 

Milne, Alexander. Plan of the city of Aberdeen, etc. 1790. 
Ordnance Survey plans of 1864-67. Revised. 1900. 
Paterson, G. & W. Survey of Old and New Aberdeen. 1746. 
Plan of the city and harbour of Aberdeen. In Walter Thorn's 

''History". 1811. 
Simpson, Archibald. Plan of Aberdeen, corrected to the present 

time. 1840. 
Smith, John. Plan of the city of Aberdeen and its improvements. 

1810. 

Plan of Aberdeen. 1856. 

Taylor, George.. Plan of the city of Aberdeen, etc. 1773.| 

[The above list is selected and abridged from Mr. G. M. Fraser's 
"Aberdeen maps," in Scottish Notes and Queries, 2nd series, 
vol. vii., where 83 maps and plans are fully described.] 

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ECCLESIASTICAL 

II. ECCLESIASTICAL HISTORY 

L PRE-REFO^MATION CHURCH 

Cathedral Church of Saint Machar 

Boece, Hector. Episcoporum Murthlacensium et Aberdonensium 

vitae. Paris, 1522. Reprinted, Bannatyne Club, Edin. 1825 ; 

and with translation by James Moir, New Spalding Club, 1894. 
Dalyell, J. Q. Remarks on the antiquities illustrated by the 

chartularies of the See of Aberdeen. Edin. 1820. 
Qeddes, W. D., and Du^uid, Peter. Lacunar Basilicae Sancti 

Macarii Aberdonensis. The heraldic ceiling of the cathedral 

church of St. Machar, Old Aberdeen. New Spalding Club. 

1888. 
Innes, Cosmo. Registrum Episcopatus Aberdonensis. Ecclesie 

Cathedralis Aberdonensis regesta que extant in unum collecta. 

[1062-1560.] 2 vols. Spalding Club. Edin. 1845. 
Kelly, William. St. Machar's Cathedral. [1910.J 
Logan, James. Description of the cathedral. In " Records. 

of Old Aberdeen," vol. 2, pp. 303-316. 
Munro, A. M. Guide to cathedral of St. Machar. [1889.] 
Turreff, James. Saint Machar's Cathedral, Aberdeen. 1897. 

Church of Saint Nicholas 

Cooper, James. Cartularium Ecclesiae Sancti Nicholai Aberdon- 
ensis. [1157-1560.] 2 vols. New Spalding Club. 1888-92. 

Davis, Cecil T. Monumental brass in the old or West church, 
Aberdeen. Lond. 1894. 

Descriptive account of the burning of the East church. 1874. 

Gibb, Andrew. Notice of memorial brass of Dr. Duncan Liddel, 
and of tombstone of Sir Paul Menzies of Kinmundy, in St. 
Nicholas Church. 1876. From Proc. Soc, Antiq. Scot. 

Logan, James. A Description of the East Kirk of S. Nicholas, 
1848. [In Appendix to the " Cartularium," vol. 2.] 

Walker, Alexander. The Paroch Kirk of Sanct Nicolas, 1060- 
1876. 

The Tapestries of the church of S. Nicholas. 1877. 

A Brief account of the West Kirk and of some things there. 

1880. 

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The Religious Orders 
Anderson, P. J. Aberdeen friars : Red, Black, White, Grey 

Preliminary calendar of illustrative documents, 1211-1790. 

Aberd. Univ. Studies, No. 40. 1909. 
Cooper, James, and Walker, Alexander. Greyfriars Church, 

Aberdeen : and Sum thingis concernin ye Grey Freirs of Abir- 

dene. 1889. 
Oeddes, Sir William Du^uid. The Plea for the retention of the 

fabric of Greyfriars Church. 2 parts. 1898. 
Stuart, John. Necrologia coenobii Sancti Francisci apud Aber- 

donenses. Obituary of the Franciscan Convent at Aberdeen. 

[1471-1559.] In " Miscellany of the Spalding Club ". Vol. 1. 

[Also in Mr. Moir Bryce's " Scottish Grey Friars," Edin. 1909 : and 
in Howlett's •' Monumenta Franciscana," vol. 2. Lond. 1882.] 

Walker, Alexander. The Carmelite monks. [A lecture.] 1891. 
The Templar knights. [A lecture.] 1887. 

General History 

Aberdeen Ecclesiologicai Society. Transactions. 4 vols. 1889- 
1905. 

Chishoim, Donald. Our Lady of Aberdeen. Roehampton, 1898. 
[A history of the statue of " our lady of good success " which in 
pre-reformation times was enshrined at the " Chapel Neuk " 
of the Bridge of Dee by Bishop Gavin Dunbar, and is now 
preserved in the church of Finistere at Brussels. The story 
is told at great length in " Historic van het mirakuleus beeld 
van de allerheiligste maegd Maria, . . . onder den titel van 
O.L.V. van goed-succes, pour J. V. G. Pr. Brussel, 1854."] 

Oammie, Alexander. Churches of Aberdeen, historical and des- 
criptive. 1909. 
Martin, James. Eminent divines in Aberdeen and the north. 

1888. 
Matthews, T. T. Reminiscences of the revival of '59 and the 

sixties. 1910. 
Mitchell, Victor. Destruction of churches and religious houses 

in Aberdeen. 1899. 
Munro, A. M. S. Ninian's ; or the chapel on the Castle Hill, 

Aberdeen. 1889. 
Robertson, Joseph. History of the Reformation in Aberdeen. 

4 nos. 1837. 2nd ed., 1887. (100 copies printed.) 
Stark, James. The Lights of the north : illustrating the rise 

and progress of Christianity in N.E. Scotland. 1896. 

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2. POST-REFORMATION ESTABLISHMENT 

Anderson, P. J. Inventories of ecclesiastical records, 1560-1890. 

In "Miscellany of the New Spalding Club," vol. 1. 
Forbes, John. Certain records touching the estate of the kirk, 

1605-06. Wodrow Soc. Edin. 1846. 
<jordon, James. History of Scots affairs, 1637-41. Ed. by 
Joseph Robertson and George Grub. 3 vols. Spalding 
Club. 1841. 

[This work, like John Spalding's " Memorialls," is chiefly concerned 
with the religious dissensions of the period as witnessed by 
the author in Aberdeen and North-east Scotland.] 

Macmillan, Donald. The Aberdeen doctors, a notable group 
of Scottish theologians of the first episcopal period, 1610-38. 
Lond. 1909. 

Milne, Peter. Ecclesiastical punishments in the seventeenth 
century. Phd. 1895. 

Munro, A. M. Extracts from the Session Records of Old 
Machar, 1621-1758. In " Records of Old Aberdeen," vol. 2. 

Scott, Hew. Fasti Ecclesiae Scoticanae : the succession of minis- 
ters in the parish churches of Scotland, from the Reformation, 
A.D. 1560. 3 vols. Edin. 1866-71. 

[Aberdeen in vol. 3 : Aberdeen ministers in all the volumes.] 

Spalding, John. Memorialls of the Trubles in Scotland and in 
England, 1624-45. Ed. John Stuart. 2 vols. Spalding Club, 
1850. 

[Other editions. 2 vols., 1792 ; 1 vol., 1829; and also 2 vols., Edin. 
1828-29, edited for the Bannatyne Club by James Skene of 
Rubislaw and illustrated by his etchings.] 

Stuart, John. Selections from the records of the kirk session, 
presbytery and synod of Aberdeen, 1562-1681. Spalding Club. 
1846. 

Recent Historical Notices 

Borland, William. A Short account of the history of Rosemount 

church and parish. 1898. 
Bruce, James. The Aberdeen pulpit and universities. 1844. 
Davidson, John, D.D. Old Aberdeenshire ministers and their 

people. 1895. 

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Mearns, Daniel. Futtie past and present. Bazaar book. 189S 
Ogilvie, Thomas W. Book of St. Fittick. [1900.] 
Smith, James. Book of St. George's in the west. 1892. 
St. George's in the West. Twenty-one years' history, 1879- 

1900. 1900. Also continuation to 1904. 
St. Clement's Church. St. Clement's parish church. Book of 

the bazaar. 1883. 

3. NONCONFORMITY 

The National Covenant 

Alexander, John. Rehearsal of events which occurred in the 
North of Scotland from 1635 to 1645 in relation to the 
National Covenant. Grampian club. Lond. 1877. 

[Said to have been written by Dr. John Alexander of Aberdeen, to 
which city it mostly relates.] 

General 1 demands concerning the late covenant ; propounded by 
the ministers and professors of divinitie in Aberdeen ; to some 
reverend brethren who came thither to recommend the late 
covenant to them . . . together with the Answeres of these 
reverend brethren to the sayd demands : as also the Replyes 
of the foresayd ministers and professors to their answeres. 
1638. 

[Answeres to the Replyes ; and Duplyes of the ministers and pro- 
fessors thereto ; were published within the same year. All were 
frequently reprinted at Aberdeen, Edinburgh, and London.] 

King, Robert. The Covenanters in the north. [1638-89.] 1846. 

The Society of Friends 

Barclay, Robert, and Keith, George. Quakerism confirmed : 
or a vindication of the chief doctrines and principles of the 
people called Quakers from the arguments and objections of 
the students of divinity (so called) of Aberdeen in their book 
entituled Quakerism Canvassed. 1676. 

Jaffrey, Alexander. Diary of Alexander Jaffrey, provost of 
Aberdeen : Memoirs of the rise, progress, and persecutions 
of the people called Quakers in the north of Scotland. [1614- 
1726.] By John Barclay. Lond. 1833. 2nd ed. Lond. 1834. 
3rd ed. Abdn. 1856. 

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Shirreff, Alexander, and others, Quakerism canvassed. Edin. 
1675. 

[The Students' version of the public discussion undernoted.] 

Skene, Alexander, and others. A True and faithful accompt . . .. 
of a dispute betwixt some students of divinity . . . and the 
people called Quakers held in Aberdeen . . . 14th April, 1675. 
Lond. 1675. 

Quakerism confirmed, in ansvi^er to Quakerism canvassed : 

wherein the account the students of divinity of Aberdeen gives 
... is examined, and from their own words they are proved 
guilty of many gross lyes, contradictions and prevarications ; 
which also is attested by the subscription of severall students, 
present at the dispute, and since come to own and walk with 
the people called Quakers. 1676. 

Post-Revolution Episcopacy 

Grub, George. Sketch of the history of the congregation of St. 

Andrew's Church, Aberdeen. 1846. First issued, 1834, 
Hawdon, W. W., and Sutherland, Geo. Sidelights on the 

Church in revolution times. Aberdeen movement, 1688-95. 

Edin. 1907. 

[Includes documents by John Alexander, min. of Kildrummy.} 

Seabury centenary handbook. The Facts relating to the conse- 
cration of Dr. Seabury at Aberdeen as first bishop of the- 
American church. 1884. 

Smith, Alexander Emslie. S. Paul's episcopal church, Aber- 
deen. 1901. Historical notes on the episcopal church in 
Aberdeen during the revolutionary period following 1688. 
1905. 

Register of S. Paul's episcopal chapel, Aberdeen. Bap- 
tisms, 1720-93. In ''Miscellany of the New Spalding 
Club ". Vol. 2. 

Turreff, James. The Aberdeen non-jurors. Trans. Aberdeen 
Eccles. Soc, Vol. 3. 1896. 

Wesleyan Methodists 

Butler, Dugald. John Wesley and George Whitefield in Scotland. 
Edin. 1898. 

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Hall, Joseph. An Alphabetical list of the circuits in Great 
Britain with the names of the ministers stationed in each 
circuit, 1765-1896. Lond. 1897. 

Wilson, David. Methodism in Scotland : a brief sketch of its 
rise, progress, and present position. 1850. 

Burghers J Aiitiburghers, etc, 

Findlay, James T. Secession in the north. 1898. 
Hepburn, John. Rules and directions for fellowship-meetings. 
1762. 

Congregationalism 

Bulloch, John. Centenary memorials of the first Congregational 

church in Aberdeen. 1898. 
Duncan, John. Trinity Congregational Church, Aberdeen : a 

narrative. 1883. 
King:, George. Congregational Church, George Street, now 

Belmont Street. Brief historical sketch. 1870. 
Trinity Congregational Church and its ministers. 1911. 
Wilson, James Hall. City missions and how to work them 

1849. 

. Kirks for the poor. 1850. 

Ragged kirks and how to fill them. 1849. 

United Free Church of Scotland 

Alexander, William. Free East Church reminiscences. 1893. 
[Two lectures.] 

John Knox Free Church. Life of John Knox, with an account of 
John Knox Free Church and its ministers. 1899. 

Melville U.F. congregation. A Retrospect of 150 years. 1908. 

Robbie, William. Bon-Accord Free Church. A Retrospect, 
1828-87. 1887. 

Rutherford Free Church. Early history. 1895. 

St. Nicholas United Presbyterian Church. Centenary celebra- 
tion. 1894. 

Thomson, James B. Ministers of the North United Free Church, 
Aberdeen, 1843-1908. 1908. 

Trinity Free Church. Celebration of the centenary of Trinity 
Free Church. 1895. 

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III. EDUCATION AND CULTURE 

1. THE UNIVERSITIES 

Anderson, P. J. Aurora borealis academica. Aberdeen Uni- 
versity appreciations, 1860-89. 1899. 

[Reminiscences of old professors and college life by many authors, 
illustrated with portraits and views.] 

Fasti Academiae Mariscallanae Aberdonensis. 3 vols. New 

Spalding Club. 1889-98. 

Historical notes on the libraries of the Universities of Aber- 
deen. 1893. 

Marischal College and University, 1593-1860. Collections 

towards the preparation of the Fasti. 112 copies priv. ptd. 
1886. 

Notes on heraldic representations at King's and Marischal 

Colleges. Edin. 1889. 

Officers and graduates of University and King's College, 

Aberdeen, 1495-1860. New Spalding Club. 1893. 

Record of the quater-centenary of the University of Aber- 
deen. From 25th to 28th Sept., 1906. Aberd. Univ. Studies, 
No. 29. 

Records of the Aberdeen Universities commission, 1716-17. 

1900. 

Rectorial addresses delivered in the Universities of Aberdeen, 

1835-1900. Aberd. Univ. Studies, No. 6. 1902. 

Roll of alumni in arts of the University and King's College 

of Aberdeen, 1596-1860. Aberd. Univ. Studies, No. 1. 1900. 

Studies in the history and development of the University of 

Aberdeen. Aberd. Univ. Studies, No. 19. 1906. 

[Contains : Bishop William Elphinstone, by Prof. Henry Cowan ; 
Hector Boece and the principals, by Principal Lang ; The 
Maker of Marischal College, by J. M. Bulloch ; The Univer- 
sity's contribution to philosophy, by Prof. W. L. Davidson ; 
The Historians, by Prof. C. Sanford Terry ; Natural Science 
in the Universities, by Prof. J. W. H. Trail ; New Testament 
learning in the Universities, by Prof. Thos. Nicol ; The Faculty 
of Law, by Prof. Neil J. D. Kennedy ; Four Centuries of Medi- 
cine, by Prof. Wm. Stephenson ; The Aberdeen University 
Educator, by J. F. Kellas Johnstone ; The Buildings, by Robert 
Sangster Rait ; and Collections towards a bibliography of the 
Universities, by P. J. Anderson.] 

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Arnott, Elinor. Description of the armorial bearings, portraits 
and busts in the Mitchell Hall and picture gallery, Marischal 
College. 1896. 

Guide to the Marischal College buildings. 1908. 

Blackwell, Thomas, the younger. State of the buildings of the 
Marischal College. [1746.] 

Brook, Alexander J. S. The University, civic and judicial maces 
of Scotland. Edin. 1893. 

Bulloch, John Malcolm. A History of the University of Aber- 
deen, 1495-1895. Lond. 1895. 

Calendar. The Aberdeen University Calendar for the year 1864- 
65. Pp. 82. 1864. 

[First of the annual series, which this year, 1913-14, is a volume 
of 896 pp. See also Johnston, William.] 

Class Records 

Anderson, P. J. Records of the Arts Class, 1868-72. University 
of Aberdeen. (100 copies ptd.) 1882. 

[2nd ed. by Stephen Ree, 90 copies, 1892 ; 3rd ed. by R. M. Wilson, 
90 copies, 1902 ; 4th ed. by Albert Westland, 70 copies, 1912.] 

Bruce, W. S. Records of the Arts Class, 1864-68. (65 copies 

printed.) 1912. 
Chalmers, P. H. Records of Bajeant Class, Marischal College, 

1854-55. [1869.] 

[2nd ed. by John Crombie, 1879; 3rd ed. by F. T. Garden, 1897. 
(100 copies printed.)] 

Johnston, William. Some account of the last bajans of King's 
and Marischal Colleges, mdccclix-lx, and of those who joined 
their class in the University of Aberdeen during the semi, 
tertian, and magistrand sessions, mdccclx-lxiii. (100 copies 
ptd.) 1899. 

Mearns, James. Records of the Arts Class, 1856-60, the last 
class that graduated at University and King's College, Aber- 
deen. (40 copies printed.) 1906. 

Shewan, Alexander. Meminisse juvat ; being the autobiography 
of a class at King's College in the sixties [1866-70], with other 
reminiscences of that period. (75 copies printed.) 1905. 

[There are also Records of classes 1860-64, 1862-66, 1870-74, 1872-76, 1874-78 
1876-80, 1878-82, 1881-85, 1883-87, 1884-88, 1885-89, 1888-92, 1889-93^ 
1890-94, 1891-95, 1894-98, 1895-99, 1896-1900, 1901-05.] 

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Commissions. Aberdeen Universities, 1716-17. Records. 1900. 

Scottish Universities, 1826-30. Reports and evidence. 5 

vols. Lond. 1831-37. 

Aberdeen Universities, 1836-37. Reports and evidence. 2 

vols. Lond. 1836-39. 

Aberdeen Universities, 1857. Report and evidence. Edin. 

1858. 

Scottish Universities, 1858. Report. Edin. 1863. 

Scottish Universities, 1876. Report and evidence. 4 vols. 

Edin. 1878. 

Scottish Universities, 1889. Report. Edin. 1900. 

Deeds of foundation of bursaries at the University and King's 
College, Aberdeen. 1857. 

Oeddes, William Dug^uid. The Armorial bearings of the Uni- 
versity of Aberdeen. 1888. 

Classical education in the North of Scotland. 1869. 

General Council. Minutes. Vol. 1-, 1860, etc., a series. 1898-. 
George, James Forbes. The Story of King's. In " Bon-accord 

quatercentenary number," Sept., 1906. 
Gerard, Alexander. Plan of education in the Marischal College 
and University. 1755. 

[Also translated into German. Riga, 1770.] 

Gordon, Thomas. An Examination of An Account of the erection 
of the Marischal College by Thomas Blackwell. 1780. 

University and King's College, Aberdeen. In " Statistical 

account of Scotland". Vol. 21. Edin. 1799. 

Gregory, William. King's College. In " Statistical account of 
Aberdeenshire". Edin. 1843. New Stat. Account of Scot- 
land. Vol. 12. 

narrower, John. Aberdeen Alumni at other universities. [1494- 
1911.] I . Oxford and Cambridge. 1911. 

The Ferguson scholarships — a record of fifty years. 1910. 

Mutton, Lawrence. Literary landmarks of the Scottish Univer- 
sities. New York, 1904. 

[Aberdeen, pp. 115-148.] 

Innes, Cosmo. Fasti Aberdonenses : Selections from the records 
of the University and King's College of Aberdeen, 1494-1854. 
Spalding Club, 1854. 

Sketches of early Scotch history and social progress. Edin. 

1861. 

[Reprint from the "Fasti" of his account of King's College and 
* University in the 16th century.] 

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CITY OF ABERDEEN 

Johnson, Joseph W. lUustrissimae Academiae Aberdoneniis 

alumni. Priv. ptd. Lond. 1899. 
Johnston, William. A Calendar of the University of Aberdeen 

for the sessions 1860-61 to 1863-64. (100 copies priv. ptd.) 

1900. 
Roll of the graduates of the University of Aberdeen, 1860- 

1900. Aberd. Univ. Studies, No. 18. 1906. 
Knight, William. Marischal College. In *♦ Statistical account of 

Aberdeenshire". Edin. 1843. New Stat, account of Scot- 
land. Vol. 12. 
Leslie, Hugh. Hot pressed doctors outwitted; or who's afraid. 

1808. 
Maclean, Neil N. Life at a Northern University. Glasg. 1874. 
[Quater-centenary edition. Ed. by Wm. Keith Leask. 1906 and 1914.] 
MacPherson, Norman. Notes on the chapel, crown, and other 

ancient buildings of King's College, Aberdeen. Edin. 1889. 

[Revised edition, Aberd. 1890.] 
Middleton, Thomas. An Appendix to [Spottiswoode's] History 

of the church of Scotland ; containing . . . The Foundation 

of the universities and colledges, their benefactours, principals, 

professours of divinity and present masters. . . . Lond. 1677. 

Two editions. 

[This work is of greatest importance as containing the earliest 
statistical account of the Scottish Universities. The author 
was an Aberdonian, a son of Principal Alexander Middleton, and 
the local universities are very copiously described.] 

Periodicals. Aberdeen University Magazine, 1836. 

Aberdeen University Magazine. 1838. 

King's College Miscellany. 1846-47. 

Aberdeen Universities Magazine. 1849-50. 

Aberdeen University Magazine. 1854. 

Student. 1857-58. 

Medical Students' Shaver. 1872. 

Aberdeen Medical Student. 1872-73. 

Aberdeen University Gazette. 1873-74. 

Academic. 1877-78. 

Alma Mater. Vol 1. 1883-84. 

[An annual series : issued in parts during the session. Vol. 31. 
1913-14, Contains many historical items.] 
[Pirie, George.] King's College, Aberdeen. 1885. Another ed. 

1904. 
Rait, R. 5. The Universities of Aberdeen : a history. 1895. 

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EDUCATION 

Ramsay, John. Scotland and Scotsmen in the 18th century. 
Ed. Alexander Allardyce. 2 vols. Edin. 1888. 
[Aberdeen Universities, i. 287-300.] 
Sage, Donald. Memorabilia domestica, or parish life in the North 
of Scotland. Wick, 1889. 

[Chaps, x.-xii. are devoted to social and college life in Aberdeen,] 
Senatus. Minutes. Vol.1-. 1894, etc. ; a series. 1901-. 
Struthers, John. Notes on the progress of Aberdeen University 

during the past thirty years. 1891. 
Stuart, John, professor. Historical account of Marischal College. 

In *'Stat. account of Scotland". Vol. 21. Edin. 1799. 
University Court. Minutes. Vol. 1-, 1861, etc., a series. 1887-. 
Vaus, John, and Stev^art, Theophilus. Rudimenta artis gram- 
matical. Paris, 1553. 

[Contains : " Statuta et leges ludi literarii grammaticorum Aber- 
donensium," reprinted in Miscellany of the Spalding Club. 
Vol. 5. 1852. English translation in " Grammar School Maga.- 
zine," 1901, reprinted in "Bon Record," 1906; but the 
" Statuta " relate to junior students at King's College.] 
Walker, William, LL.D. Reminiscences, academic, ecclesiastic, 

and scholastic. 1904. Additional reminiscences. 1906. 
Wishart, John W. Notable libraries : University library of 
Aberdeen. Lond. 1900. 

[From The Library World, ii., pp. 141-173.] 

2. THE SCHOOLS {in chronological order of foundation) 
Robertson, Joseph. On scholastic offices in the Scottish church 
in the 12th and 13th centuries. In "Miscellany of the 
Spalding Club." Vol. 5. 1852. 
Grant, James. History of the burgh and parish schools of Scot- 
land. Vol. 1. [The burgh schools.] Lond. 1876. 

[All published. Contains copious notes on the Aberdeen schools.] 

The Grammar Schools 
Anderson, P. J. Aberdeen Grammar School masters and under- 

masters, 1602-1853. 5. A^. a^id Q., xi., 38, 75, 88. 
Fearon, D. R. Grammar School, Aberdeen. In " Schools Inquiry 

Commission Report," vi. (1868), pp. 62-82. 
Harvey, Thomas. Old Aberdeen Grammar School. Jn Harvey 

and Sellar's "Special Reports," Edinb. 1868, pp. 24-26; 

Aberdeen Grammar School, pp. 274-290. 
Simpson, H. F. M. Bon Record. Records and reminiscences of 

Aberdeen Grammar School. [1256-1906.] 1906. 

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CITY OF ABERDEEN 

Qrammar School Magazine. 1885. New series. Vol.1. 1895- 

[Now regular annual issue. In progress.] 
Scattered leaves : the magazine of the Grammar School, Old 
Aberdeen, literary society. 1890-92. 
[Annual issue ; three parts only.] 

The Song School 

Forbes, John, and Davidson, Thomas. Cantus, Songs, and 
Fancies, . . . with a briefe introduction to Musicke as is 
taught in the Musick Schoole of Aberdeene . . . 1662. Other 
editions, 1666 and 1682. Reprint: Paisley, 1879. 

Walker, William. Extracts from the Commonplace Book of 
Andrew Melville, doctor and master in the Song School of 
Aberdeen, 1621-40. 1899. 

Gordon s Hospital and College 

Anderson, Robert. Auld days in " the auld hoose " : discipline 
in Robert Gordon's Hospital. 1896. 

Some reminiscences of Gordon's Hospital. 1894. 

The History of Robert Gordon's Hospital, 1729-1881. 1896. 

[Cruickshank, R.] Recollections of Gordon's Hospital. 1866 
Foundation, statutes, and rules of Gordon's Hospital. 1833. 
The Qordonian. No. 1. Sept., 1908. 

[Three vols, have been published. In progress.] 
Walker, Alexander. Robert Gordon and his Hospital, 1750-1876. 
1876. 

Robert Gordon, 1665-1731; his Hospital, 1750-1876; and 

his college, 1880. 1886. Another edition, 1897. 

Boys' and Girls' Hospital 

Walker, Alexander. Sum notabill thinges aboot Abirdene hos- 
pitales. [1873.] 

The History of the Workhouse of Aberdeen, 1739-1818: its 

Boys' Hospital, 1818-52; Girls' Hospital, 1828-52; and its 
Boys' and Girls' Hospitals, 1852-85. 1885. 



Walker, Alexander. Mrs. Emslie and her Female Orphan 

Asylum, [founded 1839]. 1898. 
[Allan, J. Buckley.] The Gym : or Sketches from School. 1885. 
[History of the Gymnasium, Old Aberdeen, founded by Rev. Alex. 
Anderson, in 1848.] 

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EDUCATION 

School Board 
Aberdeen School Board. Minutes. 1873, etc. A series. Aberd. 
[1873], etc. 

Report. Triennial from 1873-76. 1876. A series. 

Church of Scotland Training College 

Anderson, P. J. P. J. Anderson and his old students. Priv. ptd. 

1894. 
Normal Echoes. 3 vols. New series. Vol. 1-. 1901 -. 
Ogilvle, Joseph. Joseph Ogilvie, LL.D., and his first twenty-one 

classes. Priv. ptd. 1896. 

Record of the Classes, 1874-95. Priv. ptd. 1896. 

Appendix to Records of Classes from 1874-95. Priv. ptd 

1907. 

[Bringing up the record to date.] 

Endowments Trust 

Aberdeen Educational Trust. Minutes, 1889, etc. 21 vols. 

1889-1909. 
Aberdeen Endowments Trust. Minutes and proceedings. 1911. 

In progress. 
Walker, Alexander. The Aberdeen Educational Trust : its 

schools, foundationers, scholarships, and bursaries. 1891. 



Aberdeen High School. Magazine. No. 1, March, 1885. Occa- 
sional issue. 

Aberdeen Provincial Committee for the training of teachers. 
Minutes, 1905, etc. A series. Vols. 1-. 1907, etc. 

Albyn Place School. F. P. Magazine. No. 1, March, 1911. 
No. 2, March, 1912. 

3. CULTURE : LEARNED SOCIETIES 

Agriculture 

liendrick, James. History of agricultural education in Scotland, 
1912. 

Jamieson, Thomas. History of agricultural education in Aber- 
deen. 1908. 

[Ramsay, Alexander.] Northern Agricultural Society. Jubilee : 
fifty years' progress. Banff [1893]. 

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CITY OF ABERDEEN 

History 
Franco -Scottish Society. Transactions. Part 3 of vol. 4^ 

Aberdeen Meeting. Edin. 1907. 
Spalding Club. Notices, 1839-71. Edin. 1871. 
New Spalding Club. Report of meeting constituting the New^ 

Spalding Club. 1886. 
Annual reports of New Spalding Club. 1887, etc. In pro- 
gress. 

Law and Lawyers 

[Bruce, James.] The Black Kalendar of Aberdeen. 1840. Other 
editions, 1843, 1845, 1854, 1868, 1871, 1878. 

Edmond, Alexander. A Few historical notes concerning the 
Society of Advocates. 1906. 

Henderson, John Alexander. History of the Society of Advo- 
cates in Aberdeen. [1549-1912.] New Spalding Club. 1912. 

Trials for witchcraft at Aberdeen, 1596-1597. In "Miscellany 
of the Spalding Club ". Vol. 1. 

Medical and Surgical Science 

Act for delivery of dead bodies [for anatomical dissection] to the 

college of Aberdene. 1636. In " Miscellany of the Spalding 

Club". Vol.2. 
Anatomical and Anthropological Society of the University^ 

Proceedings, 1899, etc. A series. 1900, etc. Aberdeen 

University Studies, Nos. 12, 22, 34. In progress. 
Mackenzie, Wm. Leslie. The Aberdeen Medical School. Lond^ 

1897. 
Medico- Chirurgical Society. Regulations, list of members and 

catalogue of library. 1812. [Other editions, 1837, etc.] 
Rodgfer, Ella Hill Burton. Aberdeen doctors at home and 

abroad. Edin. 1893. 
Skene, Gilbert. Ane breve descriptiovn of the Pest. Edin. 

1568. Reprinted by the Bannatyne Club. Edited by 

W. P. Skene. 1860. 

[By an Aberdeen doctor : the earliest Scottish medical tract.] 

Poetry : Music : Art 

Anderson, William. Precentors and musical professors in Aber« 
deen. 1876. 

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EDUCATION 

Bulloch, John. George Jamesone, the Scottish Van Dyck. 
[1587-1644.] Edin. 1885. 

[Early history of art culture in Aberdeen.] 

Qibsoti, William Milne. The Old Scottish precentor. 1907. 
Qreig:, Gavin. Folk-song of the North-East. 2 vols. Phd. 

1909-14. 
Litster, William. Short history of the Aberdeen tonic sol-fa 

institute. 1889. 
Pratt, James. The Aberdeen choral union. 1908. 
Walker, Alexander. The First musical society in Aberdeen. 

1889. 
Walker, William. The Bards of Bon-Accord, 1375-1860. 1887. 

Science 

Aberdeen Mechanics' Institution. Rules and regulations. 
1824 and 1837. 

Reports, 1st, 1825: others to 1885. 

Fraser, Q. M. Aberdeen Mechanics' Institute, a record of civic 
and educational progress. 1912. 

Aberdeen Mechanical Society. Excerpt transactions, 1888-89. 
Vol. 1. 1890. 

Aberdeen Natural History Society. Transactions, 1868, etc., 
a series. 1868, etc. 

Aberdeen Philosophical Society. Transactions. Vol. 1., 1884; 
2, 1892; 3, 1900. 

Aberdeen Working Men's Natural History and Scientific 
Society. Trans., 1901/06-. Vol. 1-. 1906. 

British Association. Transactions, etc. Aberdeen meetings. 
Lond. 1859 and 1885. 

East of Scotland Union of Naturalists* Societies. Proceedings^ 
1885, etc., a series. Perth, 1886, etc. 

Institution of mechanical engineers. Proceedings, Aberdeen 
meeting, July, 1907. Westminster [1907]. 

National Association for promotion of social science. Pro- 
gramme and Proceedings. Aberdeen meeting. 1877. 

Northern Association of literary and scientific societies. Trans- 
actions. Vol. 1-, a series. Inverness, etc., 1888-. 



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CITY OF ABERDEEN 

IV. COMMERCE 

Incorporated Trades — the Guildry 

Anderson, P. J. Coats armorial of Scottish trade incorporations. 

1886. 
Bain, Ebenezer. Merchant and craft guilds. A history of the 

Aberdeen Incorporated Trades. Aberd. 1889. 

Trinity Hall handbook. 1895. 

Bannerman, Thomas. An Inquiry into the rights of the guildry 
of Aberdeen. 1834. 

Bulloch, J. M. How the Scots traded in the Baltic. 1899. 

Convention of Royal Burghs. Records, 1295-1738. 6 vols. 
Edin. 1870-90. 

Davidson, John, and Gray, Alexander. The Scottish staple at 
Veere. Lond. 1909. 

Extract of the common indenture between the town of Aberdeen 
and the corporations thereof. 1587. [1828.] 

Extract of the decreets-arbitral of the Commissioners of Burrows 
anent the votes of the craftsmen in the election of the magis- 
trates of Aberdeen, 1596, etc. [1828.] 

Guild, William. Charter of confirmation by King Charles I. 
[1633] ratifying mortification by Dr. Guild to the free crafts- 
men of Aberdeen. . . . 1887. 

Dr. Guild's mortification : englished by Mr. John Bisset. 

1825. 

Innes, Cosmo. Ledger of Andrew Halyburton, conservator of the 
privileges of the Scotch nation in the Netherlands, 1492-1503. 
Together with the Book of Customs and Valuation of Mer- 
chandises in Scotland. 1612. Edin. 1867. 

[More than one-fourth of the ledger accounts are with Aberdeen 
correspondents.] 

Jervise, Andrew. Inscriptions from the shields or panels of the 
Incorporated trades in the Trinity Hall, Aberdeen. By Andrew 
Jervise. 1863. 

List of portraits in the Trinity Hall. 1881. 

Munro, A. M. Merchant Society and trades records. In " Re- 
cords of Old Aberdeen ". Vol. 1. 

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COMMERCE 

Scottish Burgh Records Society. Ancient laws and customs of 
the burghs of Scotland, 1124-1424. Edin. 1868. Vol. 2. 
1424-1707. Edin. 1910. 

The Old laws of Scotland relating to the burghs, 1124-1424. 

Edin. 1871. 

Miscellany of the Scottish Burgh Records Society. Edin. 

1881. Contains:— 

Register containing the state and condition of every 
burgh within the kingdom of Scotland in the year 1662. 
Setts of the Royal Burghsl of Scotland, made by the 
Convention of Royal Burghs in 1 708. 
Tuclcer, Thomas. Report upon the settlement of the revenues of 
excise and customs in Scotland, 1656. Bannatyne Club, 
Edin. 1824. Also Scottish Burgh Records Soc. Misc. Edin. 
1881. 
[Walker, Alexander.] List of the deans of Guild of Aberdeen, 
1436-1875. 1875. 

Harbour 

Bulloch, John. The Pynours. Historical notices of an ancient 

Aberdeen craft. 1887. 
Commissioners. Minutes and proceedings. 1884, etc. 1886- 

A series. 
Dues. Comparative statement of the dues on shipping. 1864. 
Papers relative to the projected improvements in the harbour 

of Aberdeen : with a full report of the evidence as delivered 

before parliament, session 1810. Montrose, 1810. 2nd ed. 

Aberd. 1812. 
Reports by Smeaton [1770, 1788], Rennie [1797], and Telford 

[1802, 1805, 1809], upon the harbour of Aberdeen. 1834. 
Wood, Joseph. Past, present, and future of the Aberdeen 

Harbour. 1876. 

Fisheries 

Bain, Ebenezer. The " Finnan haddie," where caught and where 

cured. 1897. 
The City of Aberdeen as a fishing port. 1911. 
Duthie, R. J. The Art of fish-curing. Illus. 1911. 
Pyper, William. History of a great industry — twenty-one years 

of trawling. Dundee, 1903. 

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Thomson, James. The Value and importance of Scottish fisheries. 

Lond. 1849. 
On the existing state of our herring fishery. 1854. 

Railways 
Aberdeen Railway. Prospectus. 1844. 

[Subsequently merged in the Scottish North-Eastern Railway Co.] 
Acworth, W. M. The Railways of Scotland. Lond. 1890. 

[Pp. 116-157. The Great North.] 
Anderson, Robert. Descriptive sketch of the G.N.S.R. and 

branches. In '* Programme for tourists," 1895-1913. 
Cornwall, George. Cornwall's guide to the railways, coaches, 
and steamers of the principal towns in Scotland. No. 1. 
December, 1853. Monthly. In progress. 

[There are also published in Aberdeen, " A.B.C. timetable," at the 
jfournal and Express Office; and "Traveller's time table and 
diary " at the Free Press and Evening Gazette Office.] 
Ferguson, William. Great North of Scotland Railway. [His- 
torical guide.] Edin. 1881. 
Orant, David. A Hand-book to the Great North of Scotland 

Railway. 1862. 
Great North of Scotland Railway. Past and present policy 

and future prospects. [1862.] 
Ramsay, Alexander. Guide to the Great North of Scotland 

Railway. Banff, 1854. 
Reid, George, P.R.S.A., and Ferguson, William. Twelve 
sketches of scenery and antiquities on the line of the Great 
North of Scotland Railway. 1888. 

[King's College and S. Machar's Cathedral.] 



Aberdeen industries. A series in Weekly News, 1886. 

[Granite, 24 April, 1, 8 May; Paper, 15 May; Woollen, 22 May; 
Linsn, 29 May ; Combmaking, 5 June ; Cotton, 19 June ; 
Preserved provisions, 26 June, etc.] 
Cattle. Aberdeen cattle trade. 1871. 
Diack, William. Scottish granite industry. [From "World's 

Work," 1903.] 
Munro, A. M. Industrial and other aspects of the city of Aber- 
deen. 1909. 
Local trades and industries. In " Gallowgate United Free 

Church Bazaar Book ". 1904. 
Skea, Isabella L. Sketch of Aberdeen ; historical, topographical, 
and educational. 1911. [Bazaar book.] 

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INSTITUTIONS 

V. MISCELLANEOUS INSTITUTIONS 
Public Charities 

^Corporation. Mortifications under the charge of the provost, 
magistrates, and town council of Aberdeen. 1849. Vol. II. 
1873. 

[A History of the public charities administered by the city council, 
1449-1849. Other lists, with reports, etc., in 1860 and 1879.] 

Munro, A. M. Bishop Dunbar's hospital. 1531-1786. /w Records 

of Old Aberdeen. Vol. 2. New Spalding Club. 1909. 
Watt, John. Statement of the funds and affairs of the General 
Kirk Session of St. Nicholas, Aberdeen. 1848. 

[A History of the public charities administered by the session, 
1615-1847.] 

Koyal Infirmary. An Account of the rise and progress of the 

Infirmary at Aberdeen. 1758. Another ed., 1768. 

Royal Charter of incorporation. 1852. 

History of Jubilee extension fund. [1892.] 

The Convalescent hospital, past, present, and future. 1895. 

Lunacy board. Aberdeen City district lunacy board. Minutes, 

1899-1900, etc. Aberd. 1900. A series. 
Walker, Alexander. The Aberdeen Soup Kitchen, 1800-92. 

1892. 
The History of an Aberdeen charity known as The Sick Man's 

Friend. [1792-1898.] 1898. 
[Milne, George.] Hand-book of the ecclesiastical, educational, 

medical, charitable, and provident institutions of Aberdeen. 

1883. 

Freemasonry 

Benson, James Speid. History of the Lodge S. Nicholas of free 

and accepted masons. No. 93. 1910. 
Masonic Temple for Aberdeen city province. Report of the 

proceedings on the occasion of the consecration. 1911. 
[Reprinted from Aberdeen Daily journal of 9 Jan.] 

Munro, A. M. The Book of the mason craft. 1896. 

[History of Freemasonry in Aberdeen.] 
New Masonic Hall. Laying the foundation stone. 1871. 

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The Drama 

An^us, J. Keith. A Scotch play house, being the historical 
records of the old Theatre Royal, Marischal Street, Aberdeen. 
1878. 

Bulloch, J. M. The Play house of Bon-Accord. 1906. 

Military 

Bulloch, J. M. Raising of the 81st (Aberdeenshire) Highlanders 
in 1778, by Col. the Hon. William Gordon of Fyvie. [Keith, 
1910.] 

Innes, Thomas. The Aberdeenshire Militia and the Royal Aber- 
deenshire Highlanders. 1884, 

Sinclair, Donald. The History of the Aberdeen Volunteers. 
Embracing also some account of the early volunteers of the 
counties of Aberdeen, Banff, and Kincardine. 1907. 

Various 

Anderson, John F. Twenty-one years' history : 1st Aberdeen 
Company Boys' Brigade. 1907. 

Clark, Alexander. A Short history of the Shipmaster Society ; 
or, The Seamen's Box of Aberdeen. [1598-1911.] 1911. 

County Club. Aberdeen County Club, 1718-1876. Journals. 
Edin. 1878. 

Jaffrey, Thomas. The Aberdeen Savings Bank : its history, etc. 
1896. 

Munro, A. M. Northern Arts Club. Notes on the pageant of 
the history of Aberdeen. 1908. 

Sailors' Mission and Institute. Record of fifty years. 1912. 

Smith, Charles. The Aberdeen golfers : records and reminis- 
cences. Priv. ptd. Lond. 1909. 

Victoria lodging house. Weekly Free Press. March 26, 1892. 



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VI. THE PRINTER 

[The inestimable art of printing was introduced to Scotland at the direct 
instance of William Elphinstone, bishop of Aberdeen, founder of the univer- 
sity (1494), who required class and service books for his students and clergy. 
Probably the first book to pass through the press of Andro Myllar at Edin- 
burgh, 1507, was a Scoto-Latin Rudimenta by John Vaus, professor of 
humanity, of which only a single leaf has been preserved in the University 
library. Ten leaves of poems by William Dunbar printed by Myllar from 
the same imperfect fount of Gothic type are preserved in a volume in the 
Advocates' Library, Edinburgh. Early in 1508, with the accession of a 
larger and better fount, Walter Chepman and Andro Myllar issued many 
books from their press, two of which, with fragments of seven others are 
bound up in the same volume. Among these relics are four leaves of The 
Btike of Gude Counsale to the King how to reull his y^a/m^, attributed to Bishop 
Elphinstone, and three leaves of The Porteous o/Noblenes, by Andrew Cadiou, 
Aberdonensis, laureated M.A. at Paris, 1472, burgess of Aberdeen, 1480, who 
practised in his native city for many years as a notary and forespeaker 
{advocate). Bishop Elphinstone's Breviary of Aberdeen, 2 vols., was finished 
at the press of Walter Chepman, Edin. 1510. The story is partly told in the 
undernoted works of Dickson and Edmond.] 

Oelisle, Leopold. L'Imprimeur parisien Josse Bade et le pro- 
fesseur ecossais Jean Vaus. [1522-1531.] Paris, 1896. 

Dickson, Robert. Introduction of the art of printing into Scot- 
land. [1507.] 1885. 

Dickson, Robert, and Edmond, J. P. The Annals of Scottish 
printing. Lond. 1890. 

Edmond, J. P. Arms of the city of Aberdeen as represented in 
printers' woodcuts. With notices of the linen and stocking 
stamps [by Alexander Walker]. 1883. 

Walker, Alexander. The Printer, a lecture. 1890. 

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VII. PERIODICAL LITERATURE 

Almanacs 

A New Progfnostication for the year of our Lord 1623 . . . Aber- 
deen, printed by Edward Raban for David Melvill. 1623. 

The Aberdeen almanac and northern register for 1914. Printed 
. at the Aberdeen Daily Journal Office. Annual issue : current* 
[The earliest and latest issues of the oldest periodical in Europe, 
published annually by Edward Raban and his successors in. 
the business established here in 1622. Within comparatively 
few years the almanac acquired an astonishing reputation, 
its fame becoming a bye-word throughout Scotland, and by 
1677 the average annual circulation was 50,000 copies, " in 
that age a surprising number," said Dr. Joseph Robertson 
in an historical notice in the " Edinburgh Almanac " of 1838.. 
Its success induced piracy by the printers of Edinburgh and 
Glasgow, who, on the application of John Forbes, the Aberdeen 
printer, were inhibited by the Privy Council in 1684. But 
counterfeits, omitting the Aberdeen city arms and imprint, 
increased and multiplied, and one of them, begun by James^ 
Watson, Edin. 1708, bearing to be edited by JVlerry Andrew at 
Tamtallon Castle, continued to be issued at all events until 
1794. James Nicol (1710-36), by issuing editions simultaneously 
in Aberdeen and Edinburgh, somewhat discomfited the metro 
politan pirates. He also adopted the method of printing the 
almanac as a broad sheet, one side only, part of the edition 
being folded and stitched as a booklet of 24 leaves. This wa& 
continued by James Chalmers, his successor, and by his son, 
James Chalmers the second, who introduced the large and 
important addition of national andi local public lists in 1771. 
The broad-sheet system was continued until 1789, and the 
Chalmers press also issued a chapbook edition, examples of 
which, resembling those of the seventeenth century, are 
extremely rare. Writing from Edinburgh, 7 Dec, 178u, to 
his friend, Gavin Hamilton of Mauchline, Robert Burns, 
humorously alluding to his own successes, remarks, " You 
may expect to see my birthday inserted among the wonderful 
events in Poor Robin's and Aberdeen Almanacks". The 
fame of the Aberdeen Almanac was never better deserved 
than at the present day, for one need but open its pages any- 
where to perceive at once its completeness and importance aa 
an historical record, and to mark with wonder the contrast 
between the four unnumbered leaves of its humble first issue 
of 290 years ago and the 452 pages of the current edition.] 

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Aberdeen's New Almanack. 1682. 

Bon- Accord's Ephemeris, or new Prognostication. 1684. 

Aberdeen's True Almanack. 1685. 

A New Prognostication, or Aberdeen's True Almanack. 1686. 

Vox Uraniae, or Aberdeen's true Astral Gazette. 1687. 

Gloria Deo in Excelsis. Good News from the Stars, 1703, or 

Aberdeen's new Prognostication . . . 
An Almanack : or, Aberdeen's New Prognostication. 1735. 
Aberdeen Almanack for the year mdccclxxi. 
Aberdeen Almanac and Northern Register for 1807. Current 

series. 

[The above are noted as examples of variations of title.] 

The New Aberdeen almanac, and Complete Northern register, 
1803-06. 

[Published by John Burnett.] 

The New Aberdeen almanac. 1837-38. 

[Published by Lewis Smith.] 

North of Scotland almanac. 1840. 

[Published by George Cornwall. S. N. and Q., 2, ii., 140, 157. 
These were not successful in displacing their old-established 
rival, but the addition of " Northern Register " to the title of 
the Chalmers issue of 1807 indicates that Burnett's copyright 
had been acquired.] 

Supplement for Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire. 1865. 

[To Oliver & Boyd's Edinburgh almanac. Printed at Journal Office- 
Annual issue. Current.] 

Directories 

A Directory for the city of Aberdeen. 1824/25 to 1839/40. 
The Aberdeen Post-Off ice directory for 1835/36. 
The Bon-accord directory. 1840/41 to 1845/46. 
The Post-Off ice and Bon-accord directory. 1846/47, 1847/48. 
The Post-Office directory. 1848/49 to 1853/54. 
Cornwall's New Aberdeen directory. 1853/54. 
Directory for the city of Aberdeen. 1854/55, 1855/56. 
The Aberdeen Post-Office directory. 1856/57, 1857/58. 
Post-Office Aberdeen directory. 1858/59 to 1912/13. Annual 
issue. Current. 

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Principal Newspapers 

The Aberdeen's Journal, from Tuesday, Dec. 29, 1747, to Tues- 
day, Jany. 5, 1748. 

[Weekly issue. Current. The oldest newspaper in Scotland. 
The Aberdeen Journal became a daily issue in 1876, the 
weekly edition being also continued. Current.] 

Aberdeen Intelligencer. No. 1. Oct. 3, 1752. 

[Weekly till Feb. 22, 1757, when it was absorbed in the Journal.] 

Aberdeen Chronicle. No. 1. Oct. 9, 1806. 

[Continued weekly till Aug. 25, 1832, when it became : — ] 

Aberdeen Herald. No 1. Sept. 1, 1832. 

[Weekly issue merged in the Free Press, 1876.] 

Aberdeen Observer. No. 1. March 27, 1829. 

[Weekly, ending Sept. 8, 1837 ; succeeded by : — ] 

Aberdeen Constitutional. No. 1. Sept. 16, 1837. 

[Weekly till July 26, 1844.] 

Banner. No. 1. May 2, 1840. 

[Weekly till May 30, 1851.] 

North of Scotland Gazette. No. 1. April 1, 1847. 

[Weekly till April 28, 1853. Succeeded by :— ] 

Aberdeen Free Press. ... No 1. May 6, 1853. 

[Weekly issue, with which the Herald was merged 1876. Current. 
The Free Press became a daily issue May 4, 1872, the first 
morning daily in Aberdeen ; the weekly edition being also 
continued. Current.] 

Weekly News. No. 1. Dundee, May 12, 1855 : Aberdeen, 

Dec. 10, 1864. Current. 
People's Journal. No. 1. Dundee, Jany. 2, 1858. No. 171. 

Aberdeen, Apr. 6, 1861. Current. 
North Star. ... No. 1. Oct. 7, 1870. 

[Evening daily till May 3, 1871. The first evening and halfpenny 
newspaper issued in Aberdeen.] 

Aberdeen Evening Express. No. 1. Jany. 20, 1879. Current. 
Aberdeen Evening Gazette. No. 1. Jany. 23, 1882. Current. 

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PERIODICAL LITERATURE 

Aberdeen Journal and its history : the men who made it. 1894. 
The Aberdeen Journal, 1748-1897 : our 150th year. 1897. 
Concerning three newspapers, Aberdeen Daily Journal, Aber- 
deen Weekly Journal, Aberdeen Evening Express. 1900. 

[See note on extant files of Aberdeen newspapers, S. N. and Q., 
ix, 70. The only complete file of Aberdeen journal is in the 
University Library.] 

Magazines^ etc. 

Aberdeen Advertiser. 1835. 

Aberdeen Censor. 2 vols. 1825-26. 

Aberdeen Citizen. 1 vol. 1858-59. 

Aberdeen Gleaner. 1830. Another. 1833. 

Aberdeen Illustrated Magazine. 1875. 

Aberdeen Independent. Monthly. 1830-31. 

Aberdeen Lancet. Nos. 1-3. 1831. 

Aberdeen Literary Gazette. 1840. 

Aberdeen Magfazine. 1761. Other issues, 4 vols., 1788-91 ; 3 

vols., 1796-98; 2 vols., 1831-32 ; 1 vol., 1841 ; 1 vol., 1854. 
Aberdeen Monthly Chronicle. 1842. 
Aberdeen Monthly Circular. 1840. 
Aberdeen New Shaver. 1837-40. 
Aberdeen Pirate. 1832-33. Continued as Aberdeen Mirror y 

1833, 2ind Aberdeen Shaver, 1833-37. 

[See "The Black Kalendar," 1853, p. 218.] 

Aberdeen Post=Office Magazine. 1900. 

Aberdeen Review. 1843. 

Aberdeen Sanitary Reformer. 1861-62. 

Aberdeen Spectator. 1841-42. 

Aberdeen Star. Weekly. 1826-27. 

Aberdeen Teetotaller. 1839. 

Aberdeen Templar. 1888. 

Aberdeen Tide Tables. 1821. In progress. 

[Annual issue ; various titles, now The Mariner's Nautical Almanac] 

Aberdeen Voluntary Churchman. 1833-34. 
Aberdeen Water Cure Journal. 2 vols. 1859-60. 
Aberdeen Y.M.C.A. Bulletin. 1879. 

Bon= Accord. No. 1. Jany. 3, 1880. Illustrated weekly. Several 
series. Current. 

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CITY OF ABERDEEN 

Bon-Accord Reporter. 1842-43. 

Brown's Bookstall. 1892. Monthly at first, then occasional. 

In progress; No. 77, March, 1913. 
Cairngorm Club Journal. Vol.1. 1896. Current. 
Caledonia. Monthly. 1 vol. 1895. 
Caledonian Magazine or Aberdeen Repository. Vol. 1. 1786-87. 

New series, vol. 1-5. 1788-90. 
Castle Spectre. 1vol. 187688. 
Chameleon. 1852-95. 

Eccentric Magazine. Loungers' commonplace book. 1820-21. 
Halloa ! 1887. 
Inquirer. Weekly. 1804-05. 
Intruder. 1802. 
in Memoriam, an obituary of Aberdeen and vicinity, 1890. 1891. 

Annual issue. In progress. 
John Knox. 1842-43. 
Kenil worth Magazine. Monthly. 1911. 
Letter of Marque. 1834. 
Magnet. 1850. 
Mirror. 1 vol. 1881. 

North of Scotland Family Journal. 1846-47. 
Northern Figaro. Vols. 1-34. 1884-1903. Illustrated weekly. 
Northern Iris. 1826. 

Northern Gazette, literary chronicle and review. 1787. 
Oddity. 1882. 
Our Magazine. 1873-75. 
Phonographic Note-Book. 1862-64. 
Popery Exposer. 1 830-31 . 
Portfolio. 1830. 

Porthill Sunday School Teacher's Magazine, 1871-75. 
Quizzing-Glass. 1834. 
Rural Echo. 1850. 

Scots Champion and Aberdeen Free Press. No. 1. 1832. 
Scottish Church Review. 1884-85. 
Scottish Miscellany. 1861. 

Tyro: Aberdeen Young Men's Literary Union. 1854. 
Water Kelpie. 1827. 



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Jervise, Andrew. Epitaphs and inscriptions from burial grounds 
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Johnston, Thomas B., and Robertson, James A. Historical 
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Keltie, J. History of the Scottish highlands, highland clans, and 
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Leslie, Jonathan Forbes. Early races of Scotland and their 

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Logan, James. The Clans of the Scottish Highlands. 2 vols. 
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Geographical collections relating to Scotland. Ed. by Sir 

Arthur Mitchell and James Toshach Clark. 3 vols. Scot. 
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Macgibbon, David, and Ross, Thomas. The Castellated and 
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Mackintosh, John. The History of civilisation in Scotland. 4 
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Murray, Archibald K. History of the Scottish regiments in the 
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Paul, Sir James Balfour. The Scots peerage. Vols. 1-8. Edin. 
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Acts of the parliaments of Scotland, 1124-1707. 11 vols. 

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ABERDEEN, BANFF, KINCARDINE 

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Rental of Aberdeenshire. 1639. S.N. and Q. vi, 41-42. 
[Robertson, Joseph.] The Pedestrian. Nos. I-III. Prom 

The Observer. 1835. 
Smith, A. C. Glimpses of Aberdeen from the register of the 
privy council of Scotland, 1545-1707. 

[Fourteen weekly contributions to the Daily Free Press, 25 Aug. 
to 24 Nov., 1892. The author also wrote "Ancient modes of 
election of magistrates and councillors ". Ibid.'] 

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Smith, Alexander. A New history of Aberdeenshire. 2 vols. 
1875. 

Taxt Roll of the county of Aberdeen. 1554. S.JV. and Q. vii, 
178-80. Another. 1613. Ibid. 2nd ser., i, 40-42. 

The Third battalion Gordon highlanders. Aberdeen Journal^ 
July 30, Aug. 6, 13, 27, 1884. 

Turreff, Gavin. Antiquarian gleanings from Aberdeenshire re- 
cords. 1859. Reprinted 1871. 

Valentine, James. The People of Aberdeenshire in account with 

the census. [1871]. 

Valuations of lands in Aberdeenshire in 1674 and 1741. S,N, 

and Q. 2nd ser., i, 58, 72, 120. 
Wilson, W. B. R. Aberdeenshire as a factor in Scottish life and 

thought. List of Aberdeenshire notables. S.N. and Q. 

vii-xii. 

BALVENIE. A. and B. i, 11, 123. M.G.C i, 87, 246; ii, 230, 250, 

253, 312, 432, 485. [See Mortlach, p. 113 infra.] 
BANFFSHIRE. A. and B. i, 121-23, 127. Arch. Scot, iv, 298. 
M.G.C. ii, 224, 250. F.S.A. Scot, i, 138 ; ii, 368-72 ; iii, 245 ; 
iv, 377 ; v, 213-34 ; x, 327 ; xv, 76 ; xix, 162 ; xxi, 98, 288 ; xxii, 
156; xxiii, 20. 
Anderson, P. J. Inventories of northern records. Sheriff court 

of Banffshire. S.N. and Q. xi, 138. 
Banffshire. In Collins' County Geographies. Glasg. 1875. 
Banffshire at the close of the 18th century. Banff, 1901. 
Cramond, William. Barony courts of Banffshire. Banff, 1904. 

Illegitimacy in Banffshire. Banff, 1888. 

Relics of the poll-book of Banffshire [1696]. Banff, 1904. 

Grant, James. Banffshire at the revolution of 1689. Banff, 

1906 
Linn, James. Peer-men, and some of their relations [1883]. In 

Trans, of Inverness Field Club, ii, 341. 
Macdonald, James. Place-names in Banffshire. Banff, 1885. 
Mackintosh, John. The Valley of the Deveron. Banffshire 

Journal, 1890-91. 
Moncrieff, W. Q. Scott. The Antiquities of Banffshire [1883]. 

In Trans, of Inverness Field Club, ii, 328. 

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References to Banffshire in Acts of Scottish parliament. A./,N. 

and Q. ii, 150. 
Seton, Qeorge. The Great sin of Banffshire. Edin. 1859. 
Soldiers of Banffshire in South Africa, 1899-1902. Banff, 1903. 
Wilson, W. B. R. Banffshire as a factor in Scottish life and 
thought. List of Banffshire notables. S.N. and Q. Vols. 
vi and vii. 
Yeats, John. History of the Banffshire field club. In " Trans- 
actions," [1910]. 
BOYNE. A. and B. i, 17, 121. M.G.C. \, 48, 72-78 ; ii, 234, 249, 
250, 254, 256, 265, 266, 312, 360, 422. 
Bannerman, William. On names of places in the forest of 
Boyne. Banff, 1902. 
BUCHAN. A. and B. i, 18, 34, 35, 91, 123. M.G.C. i, 38-71 ; ii, 
133-43, 235, 312, 366 ; iii, 223. P.S.A. Scot, iii, 35 ; vi, 234, 
240-45 ; xxiv, 11. Quarterly Rev., Oct. 1894. 
Errol, Ann Drummond, Countess of. Account of Buchan, 1680. 

A. and B. i, 94-97. 
Ferguson, James. Records of the 3rd (the Buchan) volunteer 
battalion Gordon highlanders. Phd. 1894. 

Two Scottish soldiers, and a Jacobite laird and his forbears. 

1888. 

<iarden, Alexander. North side of the coast of Buchan. 1683. 

A. and B. i, 99-107 ; and M.G.C. ii, xxix, 133. 
Giles, Peter. Development of Buchan in early times. Phd. 1907. 
Oray, Roderick. The District of Buchan. Trans. Highland and 

Agric. Soc, 2nd ser., iii, 49. 
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i, 98-99; and J/. (9. C. i, 38. 
Macleod, Nicholas K. The Castles of Buchan. Phd. [1895]. 

The Churches of Buchan. 1899. 

Milne, Alex. The Story of two Buchan clubs : Old Deer club, 
1792-1837 ; The Club of Deir, 1868-1902. Phd. 1904. 

Milne, John, ^^/i^r 6. Traces of early man in Buchan. Phd. 1892. 

Moir, James. A New history of Buchan from the earliest times. 
Peterhead Sentinel, May 5, 1896, to Nov. 23, 1897. 

Pratt, John Burnett. Buchan. 1858. 2nd ed. 1859 ; 3rd, 1870 ; 
4th, revised by Robert Anderson, 1901. 

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ABERDEEN, BANFF, KINCARDINE 
Tocher, James Fowler. The Book of Buchan. Phd. 1910. 

[In this comprehensive work the editor contributes, besides a 
general introductory chapter, 'The dawn of history," "Anti- 
quities found in the peat mosses," " Medieval Buchan," 
'•Modern Buchan," and ' Burghal Buchan". Other writers 
on general history of the district are the Hon. John Aber- 
cromby, ' Prehistoric pottery " ; Robert Anderson, " The 
castles"; R. N. Rudmose Brown, "Botanical surveying and 
cartography" ; James Ferguson, " Old families " ; A. W. Gibb, 
'' Geological history " ; P. Giles, " Life in the northern 
burghs" ; T. F. Jamieson. 'Surface geology " ; Sir J. Norman 
Lockyer, " Stone circles " ; James Middleton, ' Men of litera- 
ture"; John Milne, "Place-names"; R. W. Reid, "Stone 
cists " ; J. A. Thomson, " The Fauna " ; J. W. Tocher. ' Pre- 
historic Buchan " ; and J. W. H. Trail, "The Flora ". 

ENZIE. A, and B. i, 13, 122. M.G.C. ii, 232, 234, 250, 312, 366. 
Buie, James. Geological notes on Enzie. Banff, 1903. 
Case of the Marquis of Hutitly : re titles of Earl of Enzie, etc. 

[House of Lords.] 1838. 
Thomson, George. The Enzie and its antiquities. Forres, [1896]. 
Wallace, T. D. Archaeological remains of the Enzie. [1883.] 
In Trans, of Inverness field club, ii, 274. 

FORMARTINE. A. and B. i, 21, 34, 87. M.G.C. i, 2, 13, 38, 43, 
%^, 93, 98 ; ii, 235, 239, 249, 256, 312 ; iii, 223, 227. Scot. Rev. 
xxxiv, 342. 
Buchan and Formartine. A.J.N, and Q. v, 163. 
Temple, William. The Thanage of Fermartyn. 1894. 

GARIOCH. A. and B. i, 22, 34, 35, 88. Bulloch, 2, 8, 1884. 
M.G.C. i, 1-19, 42; ii, 239-312. 
Davidson, John. Inverurie and the earldom of the Garioch. 
Edin. 1878. 

KINCARDINESHIRE. M.G.C. ii, 43, 208, 210, 224, 242, 261, 367, 
470. P.S.A. Scot, ii, 63, 65, 66; v, 13, 133, 134, 135; vi, 88,. 
89 ; ix, 630 ; xxiv, 14, 411 ; xxxiv, 43-120, 139-98 ; xxxviii, 166. 
Anderson, P. J. Inventories of northern records. Sheriff court 

of Kincardineshire. S.N. and Q, xii, 168. 
Dun, Papers from the charter chest at, 1451-1713, and Appendix. 

In '* Miscellany of the Spalding Club ". Vol. IV. 
Edwards, D. H. Around the ancient city. Six circular tours in 
Angus and Mearns. Brechin, [1895], 2nd ed. [1905]. 

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[Bervie, p. 281 ; Dunnottar, p. 277 ; Fetteresso, p. 268 ; Fettercairn, 
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Eeles, Francis C. Church and other bells of Kincardineshire. 

[1897.] 
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of testaments. 1587-1800. Scottish Record Soc. Edin. 1902. 
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Jervise, Andrew. History and traditions of the land of the 
Lindsays. Edin. 1853. 2nd ed. by J. Gammack. Edin. 1882. 

Sketch of the history and antiquities of the Mearns. Montr. 

1858. 

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J. Gammack. 2 vols. 1885. 

Keyth, John. Remarkable things within the sheriffdom of the 

Mearns. M.G.C. iii, 236. 
Kincardineshire, In " Collins' County Geographies ". Glasg. 

1875. 

References in Acts of Scottish parliament. A.J.N, and 

(2- ii, 133,141. 

The Lairds of the Mearns : a perambulation of the county. 

Weekly Free Press. Feb. 20, 1892. 
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Peter, David McGregor. Baronage of Angus and Mearns. Edin. 

1856. 
Stuart, James, Inchbreck. March of the highland army, 1745. 

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Watt, James Crabb. The Mearns of old. Edin., 1914. 
MAR. A. and B. i, 24, 34, 81. M.G.C. ii, 241-44, 258-63, 266. 360, 
471. Quarterly Rev., Oct. 1896. 
Smith, William McCombie. Deer forests of Scotland. Peoples 
Journal — series of articles beginning July 23, 1892. 
MORAY. M.G.C. ii, 306, 427. 

Grant, Francis J. Commissariot records of Moray. Register 
of testaments. 1684-1800. Scottish Record Soc. Edin. 
1904. 

[Banffshire wills.] 
[Grant, John, and Leslie, William.] A Survey of the province 
of Moray. Elgin, 1798. 

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Pirie, James. A Walk round the boundaries of Morayshire. 

Banff, 1877. 
Shaw, Lachlan. History of the province of Moray. Edin. 
1775. 2nd ed. brought down to 1826 by John Grant. Elgin, 
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STRATH AVON. A. and J3.\,\\. M.G.C. ii, 230, 234, 252, 312. 
Milne, John. The Geology of Strathavon. Banff, 1905. 

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STRATHBOQIE. A. and B. i, 14. Bulloch, 17, 5, 1884. M.G.C, 

ii, 233, 254-58, 312. 

Anderson, John. Notable men and women of Strathbogie. 

[Sixty-two contributions to the Huntly Express between 

March 6, 1908, and December 24, 1909.] 

Barclay, William. Northern social life in the 17th century. [In 

Strathbogie.] Banff, 1909. 
Macdonald, James. Place-names in Strathbogie. 1891. 
STRATHISLA. A. and B. i, 12. M.G.C. ii, 231, 254, 266, 312. 
[See Keith, p. 103, infra.'] 



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Anderson, P. J. Ecclesiastical records of N.E. Scotland. S.JV. 

and Q. iv, 130. 

[Notes of errata in General Assembly reports 1889-90.] 
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land, 1560-1890. In " Miscellany of the New Spalding Club ". 

Vol. I. 
Buchanan, Robert. The Ten years' conflict. History of the 

disruption of the church of Scotland. 2 vols. Glasg. 1849. 
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vols. Wodrow Soc. Edin. 1842-49. 
Campbell, George. Lectures on ecclesiastical history. Lond. 

1800. 
Crookshank, William. History of the . . . church of Scotland, 

1660-68. 2 vols. Lond. 1749; and Edin. 1762. 
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Gibson, William Milne. The Old Scottish precentor. 1907. 
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Hastings, James. Encyclopaedia of religion and ethics. Vols. 1-5. 

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Keyser, Rudolph. The Religion of the Northmen. Trans, by 

Barclay Pennock. Lond. 1854. 
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Macgibbon, David, and Ross, Thomas. The Ecclesiastical 

architecture of Scotland from the earliest Christian times to 

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Maclagan, Douglas J. The Scottish paraphrases : an account 

of their history, authors, and sources. Edin. 1889. 
Macmeeken, J. W. History of the Scottish metrical psalms with 

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Martin, James. Eminent divines in Aberdeen and the north, 

1888. 
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Row, John {Carnock)^ and Row, John (Aberdeen). History of 

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A.D. 1560. 3 vols. Edin. 1866-71. 
Skinner, John. Ecclesiastical history of Scotland. 2 vols. 

Lond. 1788. 
Stark, James. The Lights of the north : illustrating the rise 

and progress of Christianity in N.E. Scotland. 1896. 
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Reformation. 4 vols. Lond. 1843-45. 
Stephen, William. History of the Scottish church. 2 vols. 

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PRE-REFORMATION CHURCH 
Barrett, Michael. The Scottish monasteries of old. Edin. 1913. 

[Fyvie, p. 95 ; Deer, p. 171.] 
Bellesheim, Alphons. History of the Catholic church of Scot- 
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vitae. Paris, 1522. Reprinted, Bannatyne Club, Edin. 1825 ; 

and with translation by James Moir, New Spalding Club, 1894. 
Bryce, William Moir. The Scottish grey friars. 2 vols. Edin. 

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[Aberdeen, vol. i, 307-42 ; ii, 211-44, 281-36, etc.] 
Cooper, Patrick. Calendar of Scottish saints. 1893. 
Dalyell, J. G. Remarks on the antiquities illustrated by the 

chartularies of the See of Aberdeen. Edin. 1820. 
Elphinstone, William, bishop. Breviarium Aberdonense. 2 vols. 

Edin. 1509-10. With pref. by David Laing. Lond. 1854. 
Forbes, Alexander Penrose. Kalendars of Scottish saints. 

Edin. 1872. 
Oordon, J. F. S. The Catholic church in Scotland from the 

suppression of the hierarchy. 1884. 

Ecclesiastical chronicle : Scotichronicon ; Monasticon ; Jour- 
nal and Appendix. 4 vols. Glasg. 1867-69. 

Innes, Cosmo. Registrum Episcopatus Aberdonensis. [1062- 
1560.] 2 vols. Spalding Club. Edin. 1845. 

Registrum Episcopatus Brechinensis. 2 vols. Bannatyne 

Club. Aberd. 1856. 

Registrum Episcopatus Moraviensis. Bannatyne Club. 

Edin. 1837. 

and Chalmers, Patrick. Registrum abbacie de Aberbrothoc, 

1178-1536. 2 vols. Bannatyne Club. Edin. 1848-56. 

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Laingf, David. Calendar of Scottish saints from Aberdeen mar- 

tyrology, etc. Edin. 1859. 
Leith, William Forbes. Memoirs of Scottish catholics during 

the xviith and xviiith centuries. 2 vols. Lond. 1909. 

Narratives of Scottish catholics under Mary Stuart and 

James VI. Edin. 1885. 

Mackinlay, James Murray. Influence of the pre- Reformation 
church on Scottish place names. Edin. 1904. 

McLauchlan, Thomas. The Early Scottish church. Edin. 1865. 

Ogilvie, George. Early progress of Christianity in Buchan. 1873. 

Patrick, David. Statutes of the Scottish church, 1225-1557. 
Scot. Hist. Soc. Edin. 1907. 

[Aberdeen synodal statutes, pp. 30-45.] 

Robertson, Joseph. Statuta ecclesiae Scoticanae. 1225-1559. 

2 vols. Bannatyne Club. Edin. 1866. 
Scots colleges at Douai, Rome, Madrid, Valladolid, and Ratisbon. 

Registers of students. New Spalding Club. 1906. 
Walcott, Mackenzie E. C. Scoti-Monasticon ; the ancient 

church of Scotland. Lond. 1874. 

EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

Address of the episcopal clergy of the diocese of Aberdeen. [To 

the Pretender.] [1715.] 
Archibald, John. The Historic episcopate in the Columban 

church and in the diocese of Moray. 1893. 

Ten years' conflict and subsequent persecutions. Dumfries, 

1907. 

Bishops : Aberdeen. J^.E.S. iii, 884. Brechin. J^.E.S. iii, 889. 

Moray. K£.S. iii, 451. 
Case of the episcopal clergy of Scotland truly represented, 

1707. Lond. 1751. 
Craven, James B. History of the episcopal church in the diocese 

of Moray. Lond. 1889. 
Dowden, John. The Bishops of Scotland. Glasg. 1912. 
Forbes, Patrick. Funerals of a right reverend father in God, 

Patrick Forbes of Corse, bishop of Aberdeen. 1635. 2nd 

ed. with historical memoir and notes by Sir C. P. Shand. 

Spottiswoode Soc. Edin. 1845. 

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ECCLESIASTICAL DISTRICT ANNALS 

Hawdon, W. W., and Sutherland, George. Sidelights on the 
Church in revolution times. Aberdeen movement, 1688-95. 
Edin. 1907. 

Humphrey, William. Recollections of Scottish Episcopalianism. 
Lond. 1896. 

Keith, Robert. A Large new catalogue of the bishops of the 
several sees within the kingdom of Scotland to 1688. Edin. 
1755. Revised ed. Edin. 1824. 

Peculiarities of Scottish episcopal church : historic outline. 1847. 

Sage, John. Case of the present afflicted clergy in Scotland, with 
four collections of papers on the rabble. Lond. 1690. 

The Scots clergies protestation and appeal given in at Aberdeen 
in 1694. Lond. 1694. 

Skinner, John, Forfar. Annals of Scottish episcopacy, 1788- 
1816. Edin. 1818. 

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

Acts of the general assembly of the church of Scotland, 1638-1842. 

Edin. 1843. Annual issue, 1830-. Current. 
Anderson, James. Communion tokens of the established churches 

in northern counties of Scotland. [1906.] Also in S.JV. and 

Q. 2nd ser., iv-vii. 
The Book of the universal kirk of Scotland. Acts of General 

Assemblies, etc., 1560-1618. 3 vols, and appendix. Edin. 

1839-45. 
Brook, Alex. J. S. Communion tokens of the Established church 

of Scotland, 16th, 17th, and 18th cent. Edin. 1907. 
Cramond, William. Extracts from the records of the synod of 

Moray. Elgin, 1906. 
Forbes, John. Certain records touching the estate of the kirk, 

1605-06. Wodrow Soc. Edin. 1846. 
Lippe, Robert. Selections from Wodrow's biographical collec- 
tions. Divines of the North-east of Scotland. New Spalding 

Club. 1890. 
Scott, J. Moffat. Martyrs of Angus and Mearns. Paisley, 1885. 
The Synod of Moray and abolition of tests. Forres, 1845. 
The Synod of Moray on farm servants. 1859. 

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Synods : Aberdeen. A. and B. i, 223. F.ES. iii, 461. Misc. 
N.S.C. i, 165. Angus and Mearns. RE.S. iii, 683. Misc. 
N.S.C. i, 295. Banff (1581-1638), A. and B. i, 222. Moray. 
F.E.S. iii, 150. Misc, N.S.C, i, 245. 

Presbyteries 
ABERDEEN. A. and B. i, 231-300, 651 ; iii, 161-368, 594-597. 
KE,S. iii, 461. Misc. N.S.C. i, 165. 
Stuart, John. Selections from the records of the kirk session, 
presbjiiery, and synod of Aberdeen, 1562-1681. Spalding 
Club, 1846. 
ABERLOUR. A. and B. ii, 275-305. F.E.S. iii, 217. Misc. N.S.C. 
i, 256. Shaw, 363. 
Ree, Stephen. Parish ministers of the presbytery of Aberlour. 
Keith, 1911. 
ABERNETHY. ^. aw J ^. ii, 306-09. ^.^.5'. iii, 227. Misc. N.SC. 

i, 262. Shawy 368. 
ALFORD. A. and B. i, 587-630; iv, 136-544, 686-783. F.E.S. 
iii, 545. Misc. NS.C i, 193. 
Bell, Thomas. Records of the meeting of the exercise of Alford, 
1662-88. New Spalding Club. 1897. 
DEER. A. and B. i, 397-459; ii, 373-448; iv, 3-135, 544-685. 
F.E.S. iii, 619. Misc. N.S.C i, 220. 
Forrest, James. The Presbytery of Deer during the Common- 
wealth. Phd. 1890. 
ELLON. A. and B. i, 301-96 ; iii, 3-160. F.E.S. iii, 602. Misc. 
N.S.C. i, 213. 
Mair, Thomas. Narratives and extracts from the records of the 

presbytery of Ellon. 1894-97. 
Outline of the plan adopted in the presbytery of Ellon for sup- 
pression of vagrant begging. 1827. 
FORDOUN. F.E.S. iii, 853. Misc. N.S.C. i, 296. 
FORDYCE. A. and B. i, 644-51 ; ii, 94-146. F.E.S. iii, 666. 
M.G.C i, 72-78. Misc. N.S.C i, 238. 
Cramond, William. The Presbytery of Fordyce. Banff, 1885- 
QARIOCH. A. and B. i, 526-86 ; iii, 369-505. F.E.S. iii, 576. 
Misc. N.S.C. i, 203. 
Correspondence between the presbytery of Garioch and the trus- 
tees of the Dick Bequest. 1852. 

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ECCLESIASTICAL DISTRICT ANNALS 

KINCARDINE O' NEIL. A. and B. i, 631-43 ; ii, 3-93. F.E.S. 

iii, 518. Misc. N.S.C. i, 183. 
STRATHBOQIE. A. and B. ii, 147-274. F,E.S. iii, 191. Misc. 
N.S.C. i, 246. Shaw, 361. 
Ree, Stephen. Parish ministers of the presbytery of Strathbogie. 

Keith, 1911. 
The Strathbogie case : Cruickshank v. Dewar : — 
Note of suspension. Edin. 1839. 
Report of proceedings thereon. Edin. 1840. 
Suspension of the majority. 1840. 
Plain statement by the majority. 1840. 
Mutual cases. 1841. 

Statement for the presbytery. Lond. and Edin. 1841. 
Report of the Strathbogie case. Edin. 1841. 
Speech of the Dean of faculty. 1843. 
Opinions in conjoined actions. 1843. 
Stuart, John. Extracts from the presbytery book of Strathbogie, 
1631-54. Spalding Club. 1843. 
TURRIFF. A. and B. i, 460-525 ; ii, 310-72 ; iii, 506-93. F.E.S. 
iii, 646. Misc. N.S.C. i, 230. 
McWilliam, Thomas. The Kirks of the Turriff presbytery. 
Banff, 1904. 

DISSENTING CHURCHES 

Aberdeenshire seceders. A.J.N, and Q. iii, 269. 
Bayne, Peter. The Free church of Scotland, her origin, founders 
and testimony. Edin. 1893. 

Butler, Dug^ald. John Wesley and George Whitefield in Scot- 
land. Edin. 1898. 

Congregationalism. Itinerant society for Aberdeen and Banff. 
Reports. 1827-29. 

Dick, Robert. Scottish communion tokens other than of the 

Established church. Edin. 1902. 
I^indlay, James T. Secession in the north. 1898. 
Hall, Joseph. An Alphabetical list of the circuits in Great 

Britain with the names of the ministers stationed in each 

circuit, 1765-1896. Lond. 1897. 

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Illustrations of the principle of toleration in Scotland. Bdin. 

1847. 

[Views in Aberdeenshire : early history of Free Church.] 
Jaffrey, Alexander. Diary of Alexander Jaffrey, provost of Aber^ 

deen : Memoirs of the rise, progress, and persecutions of the 

people called Quakers in the north of Scotland [1614-1726]. 

By John Barclay. Lond. 1833. 2nd ed., Lond. 1834. 3rd 

ed., Aberd. 1856. 
Kin^, Robert. Covenanters in the north. 1846. 
Wilson, David. Methodism in Scotland : a brief sketch of its 

rise, progress, and present position. 1850. 



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XII. PAROCHIAL ANNALS 

Note. — "Scottish Notes and Queries" (20 vols.) and •» Aberdeen Journal 
Notes and Queries " (5 vols.), which are well indexed, but which have not 
been dissected, contain hundreds of items of parochial interest. "An 
Index to the Aberdeen Journal " from its first issue in 1748, now preparing 
for publication, will also open a rich mine to local research. 

ABERDOUR. A, and B. i, 442; ii, 373, 383; iii, 158; iv, 113, 

651, 669. Bulloch, 14/21, 2, 1885. F.E.S. iii, 622, 644. J.E. 

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BOTRIPHNIE. A. and B. ii, 253. F.E.S, iii, 193. J.E. ii, 10- 
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Misc. N.S.C. i, 240. N.S.A. xiii, 220. O.S.A. xix, 305. 
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MacWilliam, H. Duff. Gordons in the parish registers, 1794- 

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M.G.C. i, 6, 17. Misc. N.S.C i, 204. ^V.^".^. xii, 560. 
O.S.A. xi, 500. F.B. i, Logie-Durno, 290-307. F.S.A. Scot. 
ii, 343; iv, 165, 166; v, 13; ix, 436; x, 124; xii, 20; xviii, 
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CLUNY, including part of Kinnernie. A. and B. i, 637 ; ii, 48 ; 
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12, 1883. F.E.S. iii, 526, 544. J.E. ii, 127-35, 423. M.G.C. 
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Victoria, Queen, Leaves from the journal of our life in the 
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Aberdeen Free Press, February 18, 1913. 

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The Court books of the regality of Grant. Banff, 1897. 

Cullen in 1650. Banff, 1904. 

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Penny guide to Cullen. Cullen, 1889, 1892, and 1896. 

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xviii, 191; xx, 30, 298; xxxii, 360; xxxvi, 577; xxxvii, 166- 
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DESKFORD. A. and B, i, 644; ii, 104. F.E,S. iii, 674, 681. 

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O.S.A. iii, 130, 595. F.B. ii, 506-13. F.S.A. Scot, xi, 453; 
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N.S.A. xi, 244. O.S.A. xii, 591. F.S.A. Scot, i, 139, 140, 

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Inverurie, Royal burgh of. 1902. 

Morison, Alexander. The Blackballs of that Ilk and Barra. 

New Spalding Club, 1905. 
A Parliamentary election 100 years ago. Aberdeen Journal, 

Dec. 8, 1879. 
Ferguson, William, of Badifurrow and others. Trial, 1673. 
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KEIQ. A. and B. i, 619 ; iv, 478. Bulloch, 19, 4, 1884. F.E.S. 
iii, 555. H.E. 264-72. Misc, N.S.C. i, 196. N.S.A. xii, 943. 
O.S.A. xi, 455. P.B. i, 453-63. P.S.A. Scot, vi, 218-32 ; xx, 
319. Smith, 759-67. 
Anderson, P. J. The Family of Forbes. S.N. and Q., 2nd 

ser. vi, 189. 
Forbes, Lords Forbes. In Macfarlane's "Geneal. Coll.," ii, 

246, 258, 263, 471. 
Forbes, family of. A./.N. and Q. v, 226, etc. 
ForbeSj Hon, John, admiral. The Earls of Granard. Lond. 1868. 
Forbes, M. A. H. Origin of clan Forbes. 1911. Also in A.J.N. 

and Q. iv, 200, 206, 213. 
Forbes mss. Hist. Mss. Com. Reports, ii. 
Forbes, William, 7th baron. Rent roll of estates for 1552. 

Banff, 1876. 
Johnstone, J. F. Kellas. An Aberdeenshire romance : John 

Forbes, father Archangel. S.N. and Q. viii, 100. 
Lumsden, Matthew. Genealogy of the family of Forbes. 

Invss. 1819. 2nd ed. 1883. 
Thom, George. Trial. In Burton's '* Narratives,'' ii, 69-75. 
KEITH. A. and B. ii, 240. F.E.S. iii, 204, 216. ^.E. i, 164, 
360. M.G.C. i, 88. Misc. NS.C i, 251. N.S.A. xiii, 388. 
O.S.A. V, 414. P.S.A. Scot, iii, 294, 295 ; xxiii, 19, 20, 433, 
434. 
Archibald, John. History of the Episcopal church at Keith. 

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Cramond, William. The Church of Keith. Keith, [1897J. 
Gordon, James F. S. The Book of the chronicles of Keith, 

Grange, Ruthven, Cairney, and Botriphnie. Glasg. 1880. 
Keith ^ammar school, secondary school, etc. Prospectus 

[and prize list]. Keith, 1909- 
Lawrence, James. Historical account of the schoolmasters 

and schools in the parish of Keith from 1631. Keith, 1907. 

History of the mortified lands of Edindaich. Keith, 1884. 

Macfarlane, William H. 'Twixt land and moss ; story of a 

northern dissenting church. Edin. 1897. 
Ogilvie, John. Trial. In Burton's " Narratives," ii, 143. 
Ogilvie, Joseph. Keith public school. Unveiling of com- 
memoration tablet, Oct. 8, 1898. BanfP, 1898. 
[Sim, Robert.] Legends of Strathisla and Strathbogie, to which 

is added A walk from Keith to Rothiemay. Elgin, 1862. 
Sim, Robert. Old Keith and a stroll to Cairnie. Keith, 1865. 
Wimberley, Douglas, and Bulloch, John Malcolm. Cadets 
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KEITHHALL (anciently Montkeggie), and KINKELL, annexed 
1754. A. and B. i, 569 ; iii, 419 ; Kinkell, i, 571 ; iii, 423. 
Arch. Scot, iii, 8, 11 ; Bulloch, Nov. 29, Dec. 6, 1884 ; David- 
son, i, 14, 122, 426, etc. F.E.S. iii, 584, 601 ; Kinkell, 586. 
f.E, i, 301-4 ; (Kinmuck), 304 ; (Kinkell), 304-7. M.G.C, i, 9 ; 
Kmkell, 8, 19. Misc. N.S.C i, 207. N.S.A. xii, 743. O.S.A. 
ii, 527. P.B. Keithhall, i, 337-46 ; Kinkell, 346-54. F.S.A. 
Scot. (Kinkell), xxv, 101 ; xxxvi, 507. Smith, l&J-ld. Temple, 
353-62. 
Johnston, Alexander. Genealogical account of the family of 
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A Short memoir of James Young and Rachel Cruickshank, 

his spouse. 1861. 

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[Of that ilk and Caskieben, pp. 343 et seq.'] 
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Leslie of Crichie. In " Family of Leslie," iii, 408 ; Macfarlane's 

" Geneal. Coll.," ii, 65. 

KEMNAY. A. and B. i, 584 ; iii, 481 ; Bulloch, 9/16, 8, 1884 ; 

Davidson, 65, 239, 427, etc. J^.£.S. iii, 587, 601. ME. 

17-26. M.G.C. i, 94. Misc. N.S.C i, 208. N.S.A. xii, 817. 

O.S.A. xii, 199, 619. P.B. i, 365-72. P.S.A. Scot, xlvi, 311. 

Smith, 779-86. 

Burnett, George. The Burnetts of Kemnay. In '' Family of 

Leys," 118-129. 
The Devil's stane. [Kemnay.] Scottish Journal of topo- 
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Kemnay case. Communications by trustees of the Dick be- 
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Observations thereon. 1853. 

Laing:, Jeannie M. Some notes on the history of Kemnay. 

S.N. and Q., vols, i, ii, iii. 
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Smith, J. H. Kemnay notes. (Bazaar book.) 1896. 
KENNETHMONT, including Rathmoreal or Christ's Kirk. 
A. and B. i, 622; iv, 501. Bulloch, 10, 5, 1884. I.E.S. iii, 
557, 574 ; Christ's Kirk, 558. J.E. ii, 5-8 ; Christ's Kirk, 
8-10. M.G.C.\,2,\b. Misc.N.S.C.\,\^l. iV:^.^. xii, 583. 
O.S.A. xiii, 66. P.B. i, 484-96. P.S.A. Scot, xx, 151 ; xxxvi, 
555-61, 566-68 ; xxxix, 184-89 ; xlii, 212-22. Smith, 1%1-d^. 
Bulloch, John Malcolm. The Gordons of Wardhouse and 

Beldorney. Banff, 1909. 
Gordon, D. S. R. Gordons in the parish registers, 1729-95. 

Huntly Express, June 16, 1905. 
Leslie of Wardhouse. In " Family of Leslie," iii, 273, 456, 

535; Macfarlane's "Geneal. Coll.," ii, 1, 22-30, 448. 
Robertson, Joseph. Book of the Kirkhill water supply. Ken- 

nethmont [Bazaar]. 1895. 
Wimberley, Douglas, and Bulloch, John Malcolm. The 
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KILDRUMMY. A. and B. i, 589 ; iv, 147. Arch. Scot, ii, 53. 
Bulloch, 15/22, 3, 1884. F.E.S. iii, 545, 558, 574. J.E. i, 
260-67. M. G. C. i, 28. Misc. N.S. C. i, 197. N.S.A. xii, 976. 
a^".^. xviii, 411. P.B. i, 496-505. P.S.A. Scot, v, 18; vi, 
234 ; viii, 24 ; ix, 220. Smith, 795-810. 

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royal palaces of Scotland. Edin. 1830. [Kildrummie, pp. 

113-25.] 
Crawford, Alexander, 25th earl of. The Earldom of Mar. 

2 vols. Edin. 1882. 
The Dog o* the Den : [Kildrummy castle], a Donside legend. 

Aberdeen Weekly News, Dec. 3, 1889. 
Erskine, J. F. E. Goodeve. The Earldom of Mar, 1565, 1567^ 

and 1587. Edin. 1868. 

Essential points and the question of precedence (2 pamph- 
lets). Edin. 1868. 

Hewlett, W. O. History of the earldom of Mar. Lond. [1881]. 
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Maidment, James. Mar peerage : Case for John P. E. 

Goodeve Erskine, and supplementary case. Edin. 1873. 
Mar, Earl of. Aberdeenshire rental. 1715. AJ.N. and Q, ii, 86. 
Mar peerage : Restoration of the earldom in 1565, n.d. 

Genealogical history. Lond. 1875. 

Ancient and modern. Lond. 1875. 

Are there two earls of Mar } Lond. 1877. 

Nuda Veritas. Lond. 1888. 

Milne, Robert. Kildrummy castle. Banff, 1884. 

Sharpe, Charles Kirkpatrick. Extracts from the household 

book of lady Marie Stewart, Countess of Mar. Edin. n.d. 
Shearer, David. History of Kildrummy castle. Huntly, n.d. 
Swinton, R. B. The Earldom of Mar. Lond. 1889. 
KINCARDINE O' NEIL. A. and B. i, 631 ; ii, 3. Bullochy 
29, 12, 1883. F.E.S. iii, 518, 543. /.E. i, 238-40. M.G.C, 
i, 101. Misc. N.S.C. i, 189. N.S.A. xii, 831. O.S.A. vi, 55. 
F.B. i, 89-115. Smith, 810-23. 
Burnett, George. Burnetts of Craigmyle. In " Family of 

Leys," 112-117. 
Deeside villages : Kincardine o'Neil. Evening Gaz., 5, 4, 1886. 
Dinnie, Robert. The History of Kincardine o' Neil. 1885. 
Irvine of Beltie. In *' Family of Drum," 171. 
KING-EDWARD, anciently Kinedar. A. and B. i, 480 ; ii, 360 ; 
iii, 521 ; iv, 26. Bulloch, 9, 5, 1885. F.E.S. iii, 662, 665 ; 
New Byth, 663, 665. H.E. 421-39; New Byth, 439-4L 

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PAROCHIAL ANNALS 

M,G.C. i, 42, 44. Misc, N.S.C i, 235. N.S.A. xii, 274. 
O.S.A. xi, 398. F.B. ii, 318-39. /'ra^^, 341-71. F.S.A. Scot, 
xxxviii, 291-3. Smith, 823-40. 
Aberdeen, Petition of the magistrates of, and masters of the 
college thereof, against the minister and kirk-session of 
King-Edward. 1724. 
Leslie of Iden. In " Family of Leslie," iii, 410. 
McWilliam, Thomas. Sketch of a quiet Buchan parish. 

[New Byth.] 1899. 
Milne, John, LL,D. King-Edward castle. Banff, 1886. 

The Old kirk of King-Edward. Banff, 1883. 

KINNEFF, including Caterline. F.E.S. iii, 874, 881 ; Caterline, 
876. f.E. i, 169-73 ; (Caterline), 173-74. M.G.C. i, 257, 265. 
Misc.N.S.C.i,^0^. iV.5.^. xi, 209. a^.^. vi, 197. F.S.A, 
Scot, vi, 180 ; xxiv, 12, 41-43 ; xxxiii, 163-67 ; xxxvi, 369, 444. 
Barron, D. Q. In defence of the regalia, 1651-2. Lond. 1910. 
Honeyman. The Honeymans of Scotland and America, n.d. 
Kinneff in the 17th century. A.J.N and Q. iii, 82, 92, 98. 
Logan, James. A Brief sketch intended to accompany Mr. 
James Scott's engraving of " The Concealment of the Scot- 
tish regalia in the kirk of Kinneff," from the original picture 
by Chisholme, now in the collection of Mrs. Mary Parkes, 
22 Golden Square, London. 1848. 
Ogilvie, Sir George. Account of preservation of the regalia. 

Edin. 1701. 
Regalia of Scotland, Papers relative to the. Bannatyne Club. 

Edin. 1829. 
Regalia, or *' Honours of Scotland ". Scottish Journal of 
topography, etc., i. 161, 178, 195. 
KINNELLAR. A. and B. i, 252 note ; iii, 240-44 ; iv, 361. Bul- 
loch, 15, 12, 1883. F.E.S. in, 503. JI.E. 11-17. Misc. 
N.S.C. i, 177. NS.A. xii, 114. O.S.A. iii, 496. F.B. ii, 
501-6. F.S.A. Scot, ii, 219, 232, 233 ; xxv, 422-31 ; xxxvi, 503. 
Smith, 840-48. 
KINTORE. A. and B. i, 249 ; iii, 230 ; Bulloch, 2/9, 8, 1884 ; 
Davidson, 3, 133, 222, etc. F.E.S. iii, 588, 601. ff.E. 193- 
213. Misc. N.S.C. i, 208. N.S.A. xii, 655. O.S.A. xiii, 81. 
F.B. i, 389-97. F.S.A. Scot, ii, 33, 219, 230-33, 305, 306, 429 ; 

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vi, 208-10; vii, 387; xii, 449; xvi, 59; xviii, 324; xxiv, 13, 
279 ; XXV, 103, 104, 422-31 ; xxxvii, 83. Smith, 848-65. 
Cockie, Isobel, in Kintore. Trial for witchcraft. In Burton's 

** Narratives," i, 236-72. 
Jenkins, George Gordon. The Aberdeenshire canal : some 

historical details. Free Press, 1st July, 1913. 
Munro, Alexander M. The Goose croft of Kintore. A.J.N, 

and Q. ii, 308. 
Steuart, Robert, and McKenzie, James. Trials, 1674. In 

"Records of Justiciary Court," ii, 211-18. 
Watt, Alexander. The Early history of Kintore. 1865. 
KIRKMICHAEL. A. and B. ii, 306. RE.S. iii, 236, 239; 
Tomintoul, 238, 239. J.E. \, 69-71, 360. Misc. N.S.C. i, 266. 
N.S.A. xiii, 296. O.S.A. xii. 425, 622. F.S.A. Scot, xli, 134 
xliv, 354-63. Shaw, 55, 368. 
Gordon, G. H. B. The Croughly book. Priv. ptd. Lond. 1895. 
Milne, John. Kirkmichael place names. (1906.) Cairngorm 

Club Journal, v, 93-114. 
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Stewart, William Grant. Lectures on the mountains. 2 vols. 

Lond. 1860. 
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J.E, i, 288-94, 361. M.G.C i, 266. Misc. N.S.C. i, 303. 
NS.A. xi, 128. O.S.A. v. 175. F.S.A. Scot, xxxv, 317-23. 
Fraser, William Ruxton. History of the parish and burgh 

of Laurencekirk. Edin. 1880. 
Qardenstone, Francis Garden, lord. Letter to the people 

of Laurencekirk. Edin. 1780. 2nd ed. 1823. 
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LEOCHEL and CUSHNIE. A. and B. (Leochel), i, 597 ; iv, 347, 
756 ; (Cushnie), i, 593 ; iii, 553 ; iv, 318, 752. Bulloch, 12, 4, 
1884. 7^:^.5. iii, 560, 562. /^. i, 186-90. Misc. N.S.C \,\^^. 
N.S.A. xii, 1102. 0,S.A. vi, 212. F,B. Leochel, i, 426-35; 
Cushnie, 436-43. F.S.A. Scot, ii, 344 ; iii, 246 ; iv, 385 ; xxii, 
290, 293, 295, 303 ; xxiv, 446 ; xxxvi, 490, 491 ; xl, 317. 
Smith, 866-87. 

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Bulloch, John Malcolm. The Family of Malcolm in Aber- 
deenshire. S.JV. and Q., 2nd ser. v, 169. 

The Gordons, lairds of Hallhead. Huntly Express^ Feb. 9, 

16, 23, March 2, 1906. 
Forbes of Brux. In Macfarlane's *'Geneal. Coll.," ii, 236, 471. 
Irvine of Lynturk. In " Family of Drum," 203. 
Johnstone, J. F. Kellas. The Family of Malcolm in Aberdeen- 
shire. S.N. and Q., 2nd ser. vi, 7. 
Lumsden, Henry W. Memorials of the families of Lums- 

daine, Lumisden, or Lumsden. Edin. 1889. 
Williams, George. Sketches of an upland parish. People's 
Journal: four articles, commencing Oct. 5, 1889. 
LESLIE. A. and B. i, 545 ; iii, 394 ; Bulloch, 6, 9, 1884 ; David- 
son, M.^tz. 7^:^.5. iii, 590, 601. /.^. ii, 333-35. M.G.C.'x, 
3, 16. Misc. N.S.C. i, 209. N.S.A. xii, 1019. 6>.^.^. viii, 
511. P.B. i, 231-39. P.S.A. Scot, xxxvi, 549-52; xxxvii, 
166-77 ; xli, 116-22 ; xliii, 76-79 ; xlvi, 344-48. Smith, 887-95. 
Berry, James G. The Book of Leslie church. 1913. 
Gadieside, Songs and views of. Bazaar book. 1906. 
Leslie of New Leslie. In " Family of Leslie," iii, 340 ; Mac- 
farlane's '*Geneal. Coll.," ii, 40. 
Russell, John. Notes on the parish of Leslie. Invss. 1889. 
** Whaur Gadie rins" : a souvenir of Leslie. 1905. 
LOGIE-BUCHAN. A. and B. i, 361. Bulloch, 21, 2, 1885. 
FM.S. iii, 609, 618. J.E. i, 197-99. M.G.C. i, 43, 97, 426. 
Misc. N.S.C. i, 216. N.S.A. xii, 799. O.S.A. iv, 421. P.B. 
ii, 226-38. Pratt, 243, 448. Smith, 895-908. Temple, 521-55. 
Auchmacoy mss. Hist. Mss. Com. Reports, iv. 
Scott, William F. Vale of Ythan. Logie-Buchan bridge 
bazaar book. 1895. 
LOGIE-COLDSTONE, anciently Logie-Mar and Colquholdstone. 
A. and B. i, 632 ; ii, 8 ; iv, 148. Bulloch, 19, 1, 1884. F.E.S. 
iii, 534, 544 ; Logie-Mar, 536. J.E. i, 281-85, 342. Misc. 
N.S.C. i, 189. NS.A. xii, 1070. O.S.A. ix, 510. P.B. i, 
17-36. P.S.A. Scot, i, 160, 258-63 ; v, 326 ; vii, 320 ; x, 603„ 
611, 637, 640 ; xlv, 349. Smith, 909-18. 
Cromar, List of goods plundered from tenants in, 1644-47. 
In '^ Miscellany of the Spalding Club," vol. III. 

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Michie, John Grant. History of Logie-Coldstone and Braes 

ofCromar. 1896. 
Mitchell, Sir Arthur. Vacation notes in Cromar . . . in 1873. 

Priv. ptd. [Edin. 1873.] 
Skene, William Forbes. Skene of Auchtererne. [Waterearn.] 

In " Family of Skene," 151-154. 
Taylour, Robert. Trial, 1674. In " Records of Justiciary 
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LONQSIDE, anciently New Peter-Ugie or Wester Ugie. A. and 
iii, B. i, 411 ; ii, 444 ; iv, 71. Bulloch, 18, 4, 1885. F.E.S. 
628,644. y.^.i, 95-100, 364. J/. (9. C. i, 45, 69. Misc.N.S.C. 
i, 224. N.S.A. xii, 859. O.S.A. xv, 282. F.B. i, 574-98. 
Pratt, 204-15. F.S.A. Scot, xxiv, 186. Smith, 918-35. 
Duncan, A. H. Longside and its people. Phd. 1909. 
Ferguson, William, and others. Trials, 1674. In '' Records of 
Justiciary Court," ii, 247-53. 
LONMAY. A. and B. i, 429; iii, 159; iv, 81. Bulloch, 21, 3, 
1885. F.F.S. iii. 629, 644. IT.F. 58-69. M.G.C. i, 40, 67. 
Misc. M.S.C. i, 225. MS.A. xii, 215. O.S.A. xvi, 631. F.B. 
ii, 29-43. Fmtt, 216-41. F.S.A. Scot, xxxviii, 288-91. Smith, 
936-47. 
Chalmers, Andrew. The Manor of Kininmonth. Phd. 1900. 
Forrest, James. Place names in Lonmay. Phd. 1905. 
Kinninmond of that ilk. hi Macfarlane's " Geneal. Coll.," ii, 531 . 
LUMPHANAN. A. a?id B. i, 635; ii, 36. Bulloch, 5, 1, 1884. 
T^^.^". iii, 536. ^.^.340-50. Misc. JV.S.C. i, 190. JV.S.A. 
xii, 1079. O.S.A. vi, 382. F.B. i, 116-29. F.S.A. Scot, i, 
138 ; vii, 27 ; xlvi, 294, 309. Smith, 948-65. 
Duguid of Auchinhove. In " Family of Leslie," iii, 435, 576. 
MARNOCH, anciently Marnan Kirk, or Aberchirder. A. and B. 
ii, 189. F.E.S. iii, 207, 216 ; Aberchirder, 207. J.E. i, 231-35. 
Misc. N.S.C.\, 1^2. tV:^.^. xiii, 382. a^.^. iii, 94. F.S.A. 
Scot, ii, 369, 370 ; xvii, 56 ; xxiv, 441-43 ; xl, 175-84, 306. 
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bie. BanfF, [1904]. 
The Edwards intrusion. In Buchanan's "Ten Years' Con- 
flict," ii, 294-323. 
intrusion of Mr. Edwards upon the people of Marnoch. 1841. 

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Jubilee of Marnoch Free Church. Huntly, 1891. 

Ree, Stephen. Gordons of Ardmeallie. hi " House of Gordon," 

i, 143-149; of Auchintoul., i, 133-142. 
Macleod, Walter. Gordons in the parish registers, 1676-1780. 
Huntly Express, July 7, 1905. 
MARYCULTER. A. and B. i, 300 ; iii, 355. Arch. Scot, iii, 15. 
F.E.S. iii, 505, 517. f.E. ii, 118-25. M.G.C. i, 259, 429. 
Misc. N.S.C. i, 177. N.S.A. xi, 189. O.S.A. vi, 80. F,S.A. 
Scot. V, 131-33 ; xxix, 400 ; xxxviii, 296-97 ; xlvi, 308. 
Aitken, Robert. The Knights' templars in Scotland. Scot. 

Rev.f xxxii, 1. 
Anderson, Robert. Cross-country walks. Mill Inn to Stone- 
haven. Free Fress, June 7, 1913. 
Blairs, St. Mary's Collej^e. Free Fress, Aug. 1892. 

Buckie mss. Hist. Mss. Com. Reports, i, ii. 

Edwards, John. Temple barony of Maryculter. Glasg. 1900. 
Haye, Anthony O'Neal. The Persecution of the Knights* 

Templars. Edin. 1865. 
Henderson, John A. Annals of Lower Deeside. 1892. 

(Maryculter, pp. 152-247.) 
Irvine of Kingcausie. In " Family of Drum," 197. 
Maryculter, A trip to. 1851. 
Maryculter club. Free Fress, Nov. 1, 1891. 
Walker, Alexander, LL.D. The Knights Templar in and around 

Aberdeen. Abd. 1887. 

The Templar Knights. Abd. 1887. 

MARYKIRK, anciently Aberluthnot. F.E.S. iii, 880, 881. f.E. 

i, 132-38, 383. M.G.C. i, 262, 266. Misc. N.S.C. i, 304. 

N.S.A. xi, 297. O.S.A. xviii, 608. F.S.A. Scot, ii, 343 ; 

xxxvi, 373, 376, 388. 
McClure, James C. Marykirk in the olden time. Montr. 1902. 
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Memorials of the families of Strachan and Wise. [Lond.] 

1877. 

Strachan, Family of. In Macfarlane's " Geneal. Coll.," ii, 265. 

MELDRUM, anciently Bethelnie. A. and B. i, 558 ; ii, 122 ; iii, 

411. Bulloch, 8/15, 11, 1884. Davidson, 36, 155, 386, etc. 

F.E.S. iii, 592, 601. H.E. 48-58. M.G.C. i, 10. Misc. 

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ABERDEEN, BANFF, KINCARDINE 

N.S.C. i, 210. N.S.A. xii, 474. O.S.A. xiii, 133. F.B. \, 
318-29. P.S.A. Scot, xxiii, 7, 123. Smith, 965-72. Temple, 
685-99. 
Bethelnie. An Ancient kirk and graveyard. Weekly Free 

Press, 1, 10, 1887. 
Buchan, Peter. History of Adam Donald, prophet of Bethel- 
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[Sketch and portrait of the prophet. The Bee, vi, 241.] 

Lang, Marshall B. The Story of a parish. 1897. 

Old Meldrum, past and present. Banff, 1893. 

Two letters of 1746: from originals at Meldrum house. In 

*' Miscellany of the Spalding Club," vol. IV. 
Webster, George. A Criminal officer of the old school. Abd. 
1880. 
METHLICK. A. and B. i, 320; iii, 51. Bulloch, 10, 1, 1885. 
RE.S. iii, 610, 618. J.E. ii, 23-30. M.G.C. i, 43, 88. 
Misc. N.S.C. i, 216. N.S.A. xii, 962. O.S.A. iv, 320. P.B. 
ii, 209-26. Pratt, 425-61. P.S.A. Scot, i, 137; xxiv, 67. 
Smith, 972-83. Temple, 1-16, 406-14. 
Aberdeen, John Campbell Gordon, 7th Earl of. Case on be- 
half of. Ho. of Lords. Lond. 1872. 

Minutes of evidence therein. Lond. 1872. 

Mss. of the Earl of Aberdeen. Hist. Mss. Com. Reports, 

V, 1876. 

Methlick, Haddo House, Gight, and the valley of the Ythan. 

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Pressly, D. L. A Greeting to the Gordon highlanders, from 

the Gordons of Haddo House. 1899. 
Slater, Edward T. A Nursery of statesmen : Haddo house. 

Windsor Magazine, Sept. 1902. 
Temple, William. Gordon of Haddo and Methlick. Banff, 1889. 
MIDMAR, including part of Kinnernie. A. and B. i, 635 ; ii, 41 ; 
iii, 71 ; Kinnernie, i, 636. Bulloch, 22, 12, 1883. E.E.S. 
iii, 537, 544 ; Kinnernie, 539. /.E. Midmar, ii, 80 85 ; Kin- 
nernie, 85-86. Misc. N.S.C. i, 191. N.S.A. xii, 629. O.S.A. 
ii, 516. P.B. i, 180-93 ; Kinnernie, 194-202. P.SA. Scot, xxiv, 
238, 239 ; xxxiv, 179 ; xlvi, 301. Smith, 983-90. 
Forbes of Corsindae. In Macfarlane's " Gen. Coll.," ii, 248, 478. 

112 



PAROCHIAL ANNALS 

MONQUHITTER. A. and B. i, 473 ; iii, 159. Bulloch, 9, 5, 
1885. F.E.S. iii, 663, 665. J.E. i, 175-78, 371, 386. M.G.C. 
i, 43,78. Misc. N.S.C. i, 236. N.S.A. xii, 762. O.S.A. y\, 
121. F.B. ii, 363-75. Pratt, 372-83. F.S.A. Scot, iv, 384 ; 
xxxvi, 688. Smith, 990-98. 
Asleed, Estate of. In "■ Scottish forfeited estates papers ". 
Paterson, Alexander. Memories of Monquhitter. Banff, 1901. 
Thomson, H. M., and Sherran, Andrew. The Thomson 
family of Greens, Monquhitter. Norwich, [1898]. 
MONYMUSK. A. and B. i, 584 ; ii, 365 ; iii, 483 ; priory, i, 169, 
604. Bulloch, 16/23, 8, 1884. Davidson, 6, 79, 126, etc. 
F.E.S. iii, 594, 601. lI.E. 294-309. M.G.C i, 94. Misc, 
N.S.C. i, 210. N.S.A. xii, 469. O.S.A. iii, 66. F.B. i, 373- 
88. F.S.A. Scot, i, 141; vi, 218-32; xiii, 309; xiv, 431, 434; 
XXV, 422-31 ; xlv, 347. Smith, 999-1010. 
Anderson, Robert. Cross-country walks. Monymusk to In- 
verurie. Free Fress, July 5, 1913. 

Tillyfourie to Culter. Free Fress, July 12, 1913. 

Forbes, Louisa Lilias. Forbes of Monymusk and Pitsligo. 

Edin. 1880. 
Forbes of Monymusk. In Macfarlane's " Geneal. coll.," ii, 249. 
Graham, R. B. Cunning^hame. Father Archangel of Scotland. 

Lond. 1896. 
Grant, A Brief account of the family of, with the life of Sir 

Francis Grant, lord Cullen. Priv. ptd. n.p. or d. 
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Law, Thomas Graves. The Legend of Archangel Leslie. 

Scot. Rev., xviii, 77. 
Macpherson, W. M. Materials for a history of the church 

and priory of Monymusk. 1895. 
Monday, Alfred, J. Monymusk. From the Tone of Somerset- 
shire to the Don of Aberdeenshire. 1886. 
Monymusk papers, 1590-1720. In " Miscellany of the Spalding 

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Stark, James. Lord Cullen, the first of the Monymusk Grants. 
1912. 
MORTLACH. A. and B. i, 649 ; ii, 253 ; iv, 460. F.E.S. iii, 209. 
/.E. i, 326-34. M.G.C. i, 87, 245 ; ii, 230. Misc. N.S.C. i, 

113 K 



ABERDEEN, BANFF, KINCARDINE 

235. TV^.^".^. xiii, 103. a^".^. xvii, 413. F.S.A. Scot, i, 42; n, 

369 ; V, 82 ; xx, 203 ; xxi, 8 ; xxii, 8, 291, 292, 295, 305 ; xxiii, 18 ; 

xxix, 59-62 ; xli, 158. Shaw, 46, 361 ; battle of Mortlach, 257. 

Antiquarian finds at Mortlach. People's Journal, Dec. 1, 1894. 

Balveny, Lordship of. Law papers. William Keith of Bruxie 

against William Duff, Lord Braco. 1740-1743. [14 items.] 
Brown, James. New castle of Balvenie. Old castle of Bal- 

venie. In "The Round table club". Elgin, 1873. 
Cramond, William. Castle and lords of Balveny. Elgin, 

1892. 
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Banff, 1894. 
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Leslie of Kininvie. In " Family of Leslie," iii, 346 ; Macfarlane's 

" Geneal. coll.," ii, 44. 
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try. Dufftown, 1896. 
Macleod, Walter. Gordons in the parish registers, 1741-80. 

Huntly Express, July 28, 1905. 

NEW DEER, anciently Auchredie. A. and B. \, 405 ; ii, 442 ; 
iv, 48, 573. Bulloch, 2, 5, 1885. F.E.S. iii, 631, 644 ; Savoch, 
644. H.E. 401-17; Savoch, 417-21. M.G.C. i, 44, 61. 
Misc. N.S.C. i, 222. N.S.A. xii, 175. O.S.A. ix, 184. P.B. 
ii, 1-28. Pratt, 174-90. P.S.A. Scot, iv, 297-98 ; vii, 479 ; 
xxxii, 9; xxxiv, 258-66. Smith, 1010-20. 
Buchan church, Story of a. Savoch of Deer. Banff, 1901. 
Bulloch, John Malcolm. The Gordons of Nethermuir. Phd. 

1913. 
Fordyce, Alex. Ding^wall-. Family record of the name of 

Dingwall- Fordyce. 2 vols. Fergus, Ont. 1885-88. 
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Memories of Whitehill : its church and its minister. Phd. 

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Irvine of Artamford. In "Family of Drum," p. 165; of 

Brucklaw, 177; of Fedderat, 184. 
Paterson, J. Fedderat and its possessors. Phd. 1895. 

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Steill, Alex., Auchredie, 1669. Trial. In " Records of Justiciary 

Court," i, 308-12. 

NEWHILLS. A. and B. i, 237 ; iii, 210. Bulloch, Oct. 27, 

Nov. 3, 1883. F.E,S. iii, 507, 517 ; Bankhead, 544. J.E. i, 

285-87. M.G.C. i, 99. Misc, N.S.C. i, 178. N.S.A. xii,237. 

O.S.A. vi, 34. P.B, ii, 577-83. P.S.A. Scot, v, 217 ; xxiv, 11, 

12 ; xxxix, 435 ; xlvi, 290, 291. Smith, 1021-33. 

Brown, John. A Jacobite family. [Moir of Stoneywood.] In 

** Horae Subsecivae ". 3rd series, p. 83. 
Craven, James B. Genealogical collections relating to the 

family of Cravie or Craven. Kirkwall, 1910. 
[Cruickshank, James.] Stoneywood church. Bazaar book. 
1895. 

Brimmond and its shadow. 1910. 

Dod, S. Bayard. A Highland chronicle [of Moir of Stoney- 
wood]. Lond. [1891]. 
Oill, Andrew J. M. Families of Moir and Byres. Edin. 1885. 
Lawrance, Robert Murdoch. Stoneywood church epitaphs. 

1908. 
Moir, Alexander L. Moir genealogy. Lowell, Mass. 1913. 
Moir, James, laird of Stoneywood. Correspondence, 1745-46. 

In "Miscellany of the Spalding Club/' vol. I. 
Morgan, Patrick. Annals of Woodside and Newhills. 1886. 
Newhills Bowling Club. [Bazaar book.] 1910. 
Newhills speaker. Nos. 1, 2. Nov. 1893. 1893. 
Newhills United Free church. [Bazaar book.] 1912. 
Stoneywood, New church at : laying of memorial stone. Abd. 

1878. 
Stoneywood parish church, Aberdeenshire. Year book. 
1908-09. In progress. 
NEW MACHAR, anciently Monycabbuck. A. and B. i, 235 ; 
iii, 198. Bulloch, 13, 10, 1883. F.E.S. iii, 508, 517. H.E. 
441-60. M.G.C. i, 84. Misc, N.S.C. i, 179. N.S.A. xii, 
1025. aS.^. vi, 465. P.^. ii, 540-51. F.S.A. Scot. v,2\Q; 
x^ 330 ; xi, 44 ; xv, 67 ; xvi, 58 ; xxxvi, 508 ; xxxix, 433. 
Smith, 1034-44. Temple, 288-352. 
St. John's lodge of Free-masons, New Machar. Rules and 
regulations. 1819. 

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NIQQ. A. and B. i, 252 ; Hi, 245. F.E.S. iii, 510, 517. J.E. n, 

14-19. Misc. N.S.C. \, 179. N.S.A. xi, 195. O.S.A. vii, 194. 

Don, William Q. Memorandum regarding the Fairweathers. 

Lond. 1898. 
Ledingham, Alexander. History of old and new Torry. 
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OLD DEER (anciently Deir), including Fetterangus. A, and B. 
i, 397, 406 ; ii, 441 ; iv, 3, 545 ; the abbey, i, 185 ; ii, 409 ; iii, 
117. Bulloch, 18/25, 4, 1885. F.E.S. iii, 619, 644 ; Ardallie, 
644 ; Fetterangus, 622. H.E. 378-401 ; Fetterangus, 232-37. 
M.G.C. i, 44, 62. Misc. N.S.C. i, 222. N.S.A. xii, 138. 
a6'.^.xvi,469. T'.i^. i, 610-38. Pratt, 124-73. F.S.A. Scot. 
ii, 306; vi, 86, 420; vii, 364; viii, 438; xii, 134, 150; xviii, 
319; xix, 370, 371, 375, 376; xxx, 346-51; xxxviii, 260. 
Smith, 1044-72. 
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" Book of Buchan ". 
Cameron, Alexander. Reliquiae Celticae. Invss. 1894. 

[The Legend of Deer, with translation and philological analysis.} 
Chalmers, Andrew. Fetterangus. Phd. 1898. 
Ferguson, William. An Old book and an old record. S.N. 

and Q. iv. 24. 
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Macbain, Alexander. The Book of Deer. Trans. Gaelic Soc. 

Inverness t xi, 137. 
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OLD MACHAR (Landward). A. and B. i, 28, 152 ; iii, 153, etc. 

Bulloch, Apl. 21-Oct. 6, 1883. F.E.S. 483, 517. MG.C. i, 

99, 107. Misc. N.S.C. i, 172. N.S.A. xii, 1074. O.S.A. 

xix, 140, 633. F.B. 552, 583. Smith, 1073. Temple, 644-55. 

Il6 



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The Brig o* Balgownie. Scottish jfournal of Topography, ii, 49. 
Bulloch, J. M. Burials in the Snow churchyard 1776-1876. 

S.N. and Q. 2nd ser. vii, 148-52. 
Burnett, J. Q. The Moirs of Scotstoun and Barns. A.J.N. 

and Q. iii, 263. 
Cadenhead, George. The Family of Cadenhead. 1887. 
[Davidson, James W.] The Common moss and freedomhill of 

Old Aberdeen. 1896. 
The Don : the 1727 diversion [with plan]. Free Press, June 29, 

1900. 
Forbes, Alexander. Memorials of the family of Forbes of 

Forbesfield. 1905. 
Gordons' Mill, Farmers' Club at : Abstract of Laws. 1760. 
Irvine, Francis, of Hilton. Trial for breaking prison, 1673. In 

*' Records of Justiciary Court," ii, 170-177. 
Irvine of Hilton. In " Family of Drum," 194. 
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203, 257. 
Munro, A. M. Records of Old Aberdeen. 2 vols. New 

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Ogilvy, Skene. To the heritors and gentlemen of the parish. 

. . . 1817. 
Old Machar heritors. Report by standing committee. 1905. 
Paul, William. Notes on the brig of Balgowny. 1876. 
Persley bridge. Opening. Free Press, July 9, 1892. 
St. Machar lodge of Free-masons. Rules. 1878. 
Sim, John. Botany of Scotston moor. 1868. 
Skene, William Forbes. Skene of Rubislaw. In *' Family of 

Skene," 131-45. 

Skene of Ruthrieston. Ibid. 147- 50. 

Smith, James. Genealogies of an Aberdeen family, 1540-1913. 

Priv. ptd. 1913. 
Walker, Alexander. The Commonty of Perwinnes, called 

Scotstoun Moor. 1893. Another ed. 1894. 

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ORDIQUHILL. A. and B. i, 645 ; ii, 107. F.E.S. iii, 676, 681. 

/.E. i, 27-29. M. G. C, i, 78, 87. Misc. N,S. C. i, 243. N.S.A. 

xiii, 79. O.S.A. vi, 348. 

Bulloch, John Malcolm. The Gordons of Park. Banff, [1911]. 

Cramond, William. The Church and churchyard of Ordi- 

quhill. Banff, 1886. 
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OYNE. A. and B. i, 579 ; iii, 387, 441 ; iv, 533. Arch. Scot, iii, 
11. Bulloch, 23/30, 8, 1884. Davidson, 19, 149, 347, etc. 
F.E.S. iii, 596, 601. H.E. 105-17. M.G.C. i, 5, 17. Misc. 
N.S.C. i, 211. N.S.A. xii, 634. O.S.A. xv, 105. F.B. i, 281- 
90. F.S.A. Scot, xxxvi, 531-35 ; xl, 23-28. Smith, 1097-1105. 
Anderson, Robert. Cross-country walks. Benachie and round 

about. Free Press, June 28, 1913. 
Benachie, Raid on. [United Trades Council.] Free Fress, 

Sept. 23, 1889. 
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Oyne, Toleration in the parish of. 1846. 

Smith, A. C. Benachie. Report on search of records in Edin- 
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19, and July 5, 1890. 
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PETERCULTER. A. and B. \, 291 ; iii, 337. Bulloch, 3, 11, 
1883. F.E.S. iii, 512, 517. /.E. i, 16, 20. M.G.C. i, 259. 
Misc. N.S.C. i, 180. N.S.A. xii, 105. O.S.A. xvi, 358. 
F.B. ii, 472-80. F.S.A. Scot, i, 73; xvii, 122; xxxvi, 627; 
xlvi, 293. Smith, 1106-16. 
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(Peterculter, pp. 107-51.) 
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PETERHEAD, anciently Peterugie or Inverugie. A. and B. 
414 ; ii, 444 ; iv, 66, 589. Bulloch, 4/11, 4, 1885. F.E.S. iii, 

Il8 



PAROCHIAL ANNALS 

632, 645 ; East Church, 635. M.G.C. i, 39, 70, 71 ; iii, 228. 
Misc. N.S.C. i,225. N.S.A, xii, 344. O.S.A. xvi, 541. P.B, 
i, 549-74. Pratt, 69-106. P.S.A. Scot, iv, 386, 387, 592 ; 
xvii, 381 ; xxii, 364 ; xxiv, 280 ; Boddam, xxiv, 7. Smith, 
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Act for supplying the town of Peterhead with water, and for 

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Arbuthnot Museum, Peterhead. Regulations and catalogue. 

Phd. 1852. 
Bruce, William. A Sketch ... of the church of St. Peter's, 

Peterhead. Phd. 1845. 
Buchan, Peter. Annals of Peterhead. Phd. 1819. 
Constitution ... of the independent Concord Lodge of Odd- 
fellows, Peterhead. 1813. 
Cummin^, James. Narrative of the shipwreck of the Jean of 

Peterhead, April, 1826. 1826. 
Davidson, J. B. Education in Peterhead under the burgh 

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reprinted 1833 and Phd. 1876 and 1890. 
Statement of facts regarding the property and privileges of 

the feuars. 1833. 
Statement for the information of the feuars. 1833. 
Memorial for the Governors of Merchant Maiden Hospital and 

the feuars with opinion of counsel. 1833. 
Observations on the constitution of the burgh. 1833. 
Letter, Roderick Gray to George Mudie. 1833. 

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ABERDEEN, BANFF, KINCARDINE 

Memorial by the town council, with opinion of Andrew Skene, 

esq. 1834. 
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Flotsam and Jetsam. Peterhead parish church, 1890. 

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Account of the new cold and warm sea baths at Peterhead. 

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Mackie, A. K. Handbook of Peterhead estates. Edin. 1877. 
Mackie, William. The Life and times of William Johnston. 

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McLean, Neil N. Memoirs of Marshal Keith, with a sketch of 

the Keith family. Phd. 1874. 
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and in 1816. 
Mitchell, H. B. Coast names near Peterhead. Phd. 1890. 
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Peter's well at Peterhead. Edin. 1636. 

IlT/yta/xa, or the vertues of, and way how to use the minerall 

and medicinall water at Peterhead. Aberdene, 1668. Re- 
printed in Aberdeen magazine, June, 1790, and Peterhead 
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Murray, Andrew. Peterhead a century ago. Phd. 1910. 

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Peterhead, Official guide to. Phd. [1912]. 
Peterhead, State of the harbour of. Edin. 1737. 

Act of council appointing a voluntary contribution. 1739. 

Peterhead, Views of. F. C. Lewis, 1813 ; Wm. Daniel, 1822 ; 

J. Clark, 1824 ; J. Greenwood (2), 1853. 
Peterhead academy. Prospectus. Phd. 1910. 
Peterhead free library demonstration. Phd. 1891. 
Peterhead in 1840: a brief sketch. . . . 1593-1840. Phd. 

1840. 
Peterhead public library and Arbuthnot museum. Opening 

ceremony 1893. 
Peterhead public library. Catalogue. Phd. 1907. 
Peterhead reading: society. Catalogue, etc. Phd. 1894. 

Supplement, Phd. 1900. 
Petra. Peterhead academy magazine. No. 1, Christmas, 1910. 

No. 2, June, 1911. Also June, 1912. 
Petri Promontorium, or Peterhead and the Howes o' Buchan. 

Phd. 1900. 
Reid, William. The Burnin' o' Sandy Hay, the Peterhead 

blacksmith, as a warlock. Phd. 1883. 
Scott, David. Grass of Parnassus from the Bents o' Buchan. 

Phd. 1887. 
Shivas, James. An Album of thirty views in and around 

Peterhead. Phd. 1899. 
Stewart, James. The Church in Peterhead, denominational, 

chronological, and topographical. Phd. 1890. 
Stuart, Peter. Brief vindication of the clergy of Peterhead. 

1808. 
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Walker, William. The Peterhead "Friday Club". [1750- 

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Whale fishery : Report of the trial by jury. John Hutchison 

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Willcinson, J. St. Peter's Episcopal Church bazaar. The 

Stall-holder. Phd. 1911. 
PITSLIGO. A. and B. i, 435 ; ii, 382 ; iv, 104, 656. Bulloch, 
28, 2, 1885. RE.S. iii, 635, 645. J.E. ii, 396-404. M.G.C, 

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i, 41, 50. Misc. N.S. C. i, 226. N.S.A. xii, 396. 0,S.A. v, 96. 
F.B. ii, 76-89. Pratt, 286-302. Smith, 1148-60. 
Anderson, P. J. The Heir male of the lords Forbes of Pitsligo. 

S.N, and Q. 2nd ser. vi, 135. 
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Forbes of Pitsligo. In Macfarlane's " Geneal. Coll.," ii, 207- 

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Sept. 6, 1884. RE.S. iii, 597. J.E. ii, 342-43. M.G.C. i, 
3, 16. Misc. N.S.C. i, 212. N.S.A. xii, 692. O.S.A. xvi, 
637. P.B. i, 239-48. P.S.A, Scot, i, 138 ; ii, 431, 432 ; vii,. 
361 ; XX, 151. Smith, 1160-66. 
Bulloch, John Malcolm, and Wimberley, Douglas. The 
Gordons of Rothney. In " House of Gordon," ii, 341-58. 
RATHEN. A. and B. i, 451 ; ii, 142. Bulloch, 14, 3, 1885. 
F.E.S. iii, 637, 645; Inverallochy, 645. J.E. ii, 57-63. 
M.G.C. i, 40, 54. Misc. N.S.C. i, 227. N.S.A. xii, 293. 
O.S.A. vi, 15. P.B. i, 639-50. Pratt, 242-61. P.S.A. Scot, 
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Bulloch, John Malcolm. Gordons of Cairnfield. 2 parts. 

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Milne, John. Geology of Mormond. Phd. 1904. 
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/.E. i, 273. Misc. N.S.C. i, 244. N.S.A. xiii, 245. O.S.A. 
xiii, 392. P.S.A. Scot, xxiii, 20 ; xxxiii, 54-56 ; xl, 190. 
AH Saints' episcopal church, Buckie. [Bazaar book.] Buckie,. 
[1903]. 

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Bulloch, John Malcolm, and Wimberley, Douglas. Gordons 
of Leichestoun. In ** House of Gordon/' ii, 373-91. 

Cramond, William. The Church and churchyard of Rathven. 
Banff, 1885. 

The Early history of Findochty. Banff, 1888. 

Genealogy of the Hays of Rannes. Banff, 1890. 

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Fraser, A. Borough guide to Buckie. [1908.] 

Fraser, Sir William. The Sutherland book. 3 vols. Edin. 

1892. 
Gordon, Sir Robert, of Gordonstoun, 1st bart. Tables [genea- 
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Gordon, Sir Robert, and Gilbert. Genealogical history of the 

earldom of Sutherland. Edin. 1813. 
Gordon, Sir Robert, of Gordonstoun, 4th bart. Claim to the 

earldom of Sutherland. Case of Sir R. Gordon. Lond. 

1769; Supplemental case, 1770; Brief for counsel, 1771; 

Appendix to the case, 1771. 

The Additional case of Lady Elizabeth Sutherland. 1771. 

The Sutherland peerage, with notes on Lord Mansfield's 

speech. Lond. 1771. 

Hutcheson, George. Days of yore : or Buckie and district in 

the past. Buckie, 1887. 
Illustrated guide to Buckie [Cullen, Portsoy, etc.]. 2nd. ed. 

1901. 
Macleod, Walter, and Gordon, D. S. R. Gordons in the 

parish registers, 1716-1808. Huntly Express, June 23, 1905. 
Rannes aisle in the churchyard of Rathven. Banffshire 

Journal, April 14, 1891. 

Wallace, T. D. Geology of Rathven and Enzie. Trans. Invss, 
Field Club, i, 300. 

RAYNE. A. and B. i, 577 ; iii, 428. Bulloch, 20121, 9, 1884. 
F.E.S. iii, 598. f.E. ii, 304-09. M.G.C. i, 5, 16. Misc, 
MS. a i, 212. JV.S.A. xii, 421. O.S.A. xv, 110. B.B. i, 
271-81. B.S.A. Scot, ii, 429 ; xxxvi, 527-31 ; xxxvii, 90, 166- 
77; xli, 125. Smith, 1177-85. 

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Anderson, Isabel Harriet. An Inverness lawyer and his sons, 
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[Descendants of John Anderson, Lentush, 1708.] 
Anderson, P. J. Scottish parishes in 1750: Inverness and 
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[Statistical notice of Rayne by John Mair, minister.] 
Leslie of Warthill. In "Family of Leslie," iii, 295, 563; 
Macfarlane's "Geneal. Coll.," ii, 30-37. 
RHYNIE, including Essie. A. and B. ii, 176. Bulloch, 17, 5, 
1884. F.E.S. iii, 211, 216; Essie, 213. H.E. 153-63; 
Essie, 163-69. M.G.C. i, 32. Misc. N.S.C. i, 254. N.S.A. 
xii, 1015. O.S.A, xix, 289. P.B. ii, 448-55. P.S.A. Scot, v, 
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Bulloch, John Malcolm, and Wimberley, Douglas. The 
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Gordon, D. S. R. Gordons in the parish registers, 1740-1808. 

Huntly Ex press , June 9, 1905. 
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Wimberley, Douglas. Lesmoir. In " House of Gordon," ii, 
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ROTHIEMAY. A. and B. ii, 225. F.E.S. iii, 213, 216. Misc. 
N.S.C. i, 254. N.S.A. xiii, 199. O.S.A. xix, 385. F.S.A. Scot. 
vii, 525 ; xxxvi, 571-74 ; xxxvii, 133-37 ; xl, 318. 
Cramond, William. Rothiemay house. BanfF, 1900. 
Macleod, Walter. Gordons in the parish registers, 1601-1730. 

Huntly Express, Aug. 3, 1906. 
Ogilvie, Joseph. Address on inauguration of memorial in 

Rothiemay to the astronomer James Ferguson. 1907. 
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ST. CYRUS, anciently Ecclesgreig. F.E.S. iii, 663, 681. /.E. 
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Clark, R. D. St. Cyrus fifty years ago. Mont. 1910. 

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Peter, D. McGregor. The Kaim of Mathers : an historical 
tale, etc. 5th ed. Mont. 1880. 
ST. FERGUS, anciently Longley or Inverugie. A. and B. i, 
419; ii, 397; iii, 321 ; iv, 72, 598. Bullock, 28, 3, 1885. 
RE.S. iii, 639, 645. H.E. 213-31 ; Fetterangus, 232-37. 
M.G.C. i, 39, 66; iii, 15. Misc. N.S.C. i, 227. N.S.A. 
xii, 185. O.S.A. xv, 134. Pratt, 107-23, 216-41. P.S.A. 
Scot, ii, 14, 15 ; iii, 374 ; xii, 134 ; xxxviii, 445-53. Smith, 
1192-1206. 
Anderson, Robert. Field-Marshal Keith. Phd. 1910. 
Boyd, William. Old Inverugie. Phd. 1885. 
Bruce, Alexander. The Last of the earls Marischal. In "Book 

of Buchan ". 
Whyte, Alexander. The Heritors and schoolmaster of St. 
Fergus on the school buildings. Phd. 1869. 
SKENE. A. and B. i, 279; iii, 313. Bulloch, 8, 12, 1883. 
F.E.S. iii, 513, 517. J.E. i, 226-29. Misc. N.S.C. i, 18L 
N.S.A. xii, 1096. O.S.A. iv, 57. F.B. ii, 486-501. F.S.A. 
Scot, xvii, 375 ; xxxvi, 496, 497 ; xxxvii, 84 ; xl, 28-33 ; xlvi, 
299. Smith, 1206-14. 
[Cummins:, John.] The Warlock laird o' Skene. 1880 ; 2nd 

ed., 1881 ; 3rd ed., 1896. 
Easter Skene and Skene polled herds. Banff, 1880. 
Extracts from Court books of the barony of Skene, 1613-33. 

hi ^' Miscellany of the Spalding Club," vol. V. 
Gillespie, Malcolm, and George Skene Edwards. Trial for 

forgery. 1827. 
Skene, Andrew Philip. Origin of the name, family, and arms 

of Skene. S.N. and Q. Vols, iv-vi. 
[Skene, Thomas.] Abridgement of " Memorials of the family 

of Skene of Skene ". [1890.] 
Skene, William Forbes. Memorials of the family of Skene of 

Skene. New Spalding Club. 1887. 
Trotter, H. J. A Descent of the family of Skene. 1888. 
SLAINS, including FORVIE. A. and B. i, 387 ; iii, 129. Bulloch, 
7, 2, 1885. F.E.S. iii, 612, 618 ; Forvie, 614. /.E. ii, 245-51. 
M.G.C. i, 38; iii, 13, 14; Misc. N.S.C i, 217. N.S.A. xii, 
598. O.S.A. v, 275. F.B. ii, 135-48. Fratt, 18-33. F.S.A. 
Scot. X, 508, 598, 699 ; xi, 234, 407 ; xii, 629 ; xiii, 277 ; xiv, 
170, 313. Smith, 1215-28. 

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Chalmers, Andrew. Old Slains castle. Phd. 1901. 
Dalgarno, James. Antiquarian notes on Leask, parish of 
Slains. Fintray, 1878. 

Notes on the parish of Slains and Forvie, in the olden 

days. 1876. 
Forvie, The Doom of. Scottish Journal of topography^ ii, 136. 
Forvie, The Parish of. Ibid., ii, 43, 

Rust, James. Scottish black rain showers of 1862 and 1863. 

Edin. 1864. 

STRACHAN. A. and B. i, 651 ; ii, 68-75. RE.S. iii, 540, 544. 

/.^.i, 29-32. i^ac.i, 259,429. Misc. N.S.C.\,\^\. N.S.A. 

xi, 231. O.S.A. V, 375. F.S.A. Scot, xxii, 293, 296, 303. 

Anderson, Robert. Cross-country walks. Across the Cairn o' 

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[Copland, Alexander.] The Cairn o' mount and Clochnaben. 

1892. 
The Murder of Cairn o* mount. Scottish Journal of topography, 
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STRATHDON, anciently Invernochty. A. and B. i, 616; iv. 

467, 778. Bulloch, 23, 2, 1884. F.E,S. iii, 563, 574. J.E. i, 
149-55. M.G.C. i, 19, 37. Misc. N.S.C. i, 199. N.S.A. xii, 
585. O.S.A. xiii, 171. P.B. i, 534, 548. P.S.A, Scot, iii, 

468, 469 ; iv, 54, 436-40 ; v, 14, 30, 31, 82, 83, 122 ; vi, 13, 14 ; 
vii, 105, 533 ; viii, 24 ; xv, 315 ; xlv, 330. Smith, 1228-47. 

Allardyce, James. The Strachans of Glenkindie. 1357-1726. 

[1899.] 
Lonach highland and friendly society. [Rules with list of 

members.] 1825. 
McHardy, Coghlan Maclean. Clan Mc Hardy, arms, crest, 

and tartan, with a short account of the origin of the name. 

Lond. 1894. 
MacKintosh, Charles Fraser. An Account of the confederation 

of clan Chattan. Glasg. 1898. [The MacHardies, p. 174.] 
Michie, Charles, Junr. [Notes on the family of Michie.] Pp. 

119+1. No title. Priv. ptd. Calcutta, [1907]. 
Neil, James. Ian Roy of Skellater. 1902. 
Smith, Alexander Emslie. Corgarff Castle : the scene of the 

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STRICHEN. A. and B. i, 409 ; ii, 391 ; iv, 61, 582. Bulloch, 
21, 3, 1885. RE.S. iii, 641, 645. J.E. ii, 135-44, 423-24. 
M.G.C. i, 44, 59. Misc. N.S.C. i, 228. N.S.A. xii, 687. 
O.S,A.v\\y 416. P.B, i, 599-610. Pratt, 191-203. F.S.A.Scot. 
xxxviii, 279. Smith, 1248-58. 
Anderson, Robert. History of Strichen. Phd. 1892. 
Cranna, William Hay. Strichen educational trust. History 

of the trust, etc. Abd. 1909. 
Goodwillie, Richard. Strichen churchyard. A statement. 
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TARLAND and MIQVIE. A. and B. \, 632 ; ii, 13; iii, 417 ; iv. 
690, 696. Bulloch, 19, 1, 1884. F.E.S. iii, 542, 544 ; Migvie, 
543. J.E. ii, Tarland, 265-69; Migvie, 269-71. M.G.C. i, 
24, 25. ,Misc. N.S.C. i, 192. N.S.A. xii, 839. O.S.A. vi, 
222. F.B. i, 1-17. F.S.A. Scot, i, 261, 262; v, 283, 284, 
304-6 ; vi, 89 ; viii, 23 ; ix, 366 ; x, 641 ; xx, 319 ; xxii, 25, 26, 
33; xxiv, 8 ; xxv, 422-31 ; xxxix, 213-17. Smith, 1258-68. 
Forbes, Robert, Melgum. Trial, 1667. In "Records of Jus- 
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McRobert v. Reid. Record, proof, etc., in appeal from Sheriff 
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Rogers, Charles. Genealogical memoirs of the family of Colt 
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TARVES. A. and B. i, 329 ; iii, 57. Bulloch, 3, 1, 1885. F.E.S. 
iii, 615, 618. J.E. ii, 349-57. M.G.C. i, 43, 98. Misc. 
N.S.C. i, 218. N.S.A. xii, 667. O.S.A. v, 309. FB. ii, 
187-208. F.S.A. Scot, xi, 164; xix, 386; xxiv, 279; xiixvi, 
524-27. Smith, 1268-76. Temple, 369-405. 
The Church of a hundred years. [Craigdam Centenary 

book.] 1852. 
Forbes of Tolquhon. In Macfarlane's "Geneal. Coll.," ii, 225, 

475. 
Melvin, The other: Tarves school in the fifties. Aberdeen 
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[Vid. also correspondence column, 11 and 13 June.] 
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Supplement. Edin. 1897. 

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Walker, George. Craigdam and its ministers. 1885. 2nd ed. 
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TOUGH. A. and B. i, 595; iii, 487; iv, 338. Bulloch, 19,4, 
1884. KE.S, iii, 565, 574. H.E. 26-36. Misc. N.S.C. i, 
200. N.S.A. xii, 611. O.S.A, viii, 261. P.B. i, 415-25. 
P.S.A. Scot, i, 142 ; iv, 385 ; xxxiv, 172 ; xxxvi, 491 ; xlvi, 304. 
Smith, 1277-86. 
Gill, Andrew J. M. Families of Moir and Byres. Edin. 

1885. 
Leslie of Kincrais:ie. In '* Family of Leslie," iii, 332-565 ; 

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Smith, W. M. Memoir of the family of McCombie. Edin. 

1887. 2nd ed. 1890. 
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TOWIE, anciently Kinbethock or Kinbattock. A. and B. i, 61 1 ; 
iv, 426, 772. Bulloch, 29, 3, 1884. F.E.S. iii, 567, 574. 
J.E. i, 229-31. M.G.C. i, 27. Misc. N.S.C. i, 201. N.S.A. 
xii, 416. O.S.A. iv, 547. P.B. i, 526-34. P.S.A. Scot, iii, 
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Barclay, William, and Robert Ogilvy. Trial, 1668. In 
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TULLYNESSLE and FORBES (annexed, 1792). A, and B. i, 
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April 26, May 3, 1884. F.E.S, iii, 570, 574 ; Forbes, 572. 
H.E. 169-82; Forbes, 183-93. M.G.C. i, 34, 35. Misc. 
N.S.C. i, 202. N.S.A. xii, 439. O.S.A. iv, 27 ; xi, 189. P.B. 
Forbes, i, 448-52; Tuilynessle, 475-84. P.S.A. Scot, i, 116, 
117, 138; V, 30. Smith, 1296-1307. 

Forbes-Leith mss. Hist. Mss. Com. Report, ii. 

Gordon, David, and James Gordon, 1672. Trial. In " Records 
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Terpersie, Estate of. In " Scottish forfeited estates papers ". 

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Whitehaugh, Extracts from Court book of barony of. 1686- 

87. In " Miscellany of the Spalding Club," vol. V. 
Wimberley, Douglas. Notes on the family of Gordon of Ter- 

persie. Invss. 1900. 
Wimberley, Douglas, and Bulloch, John Malcolm. Gordons 
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394. F.B. ii, 340-63. Pratt, 341-71. F.S.A. Scot, ii, 370; 
iv, 588, 590, 591 ; v, 326; vi, 427-33; viii, 50, 269, 270; ix, 
155; X, 739; xi, 174; xii, 134, 207; xx, 74, 98; xxiii, 17; 
xxiv, 279; xxv, 105; xliv, 247-59. Smith, 1307-36. 
Ainslie, A. D. Glances over past and present. Edin. 1913. 
Anderson, Robert. Cross-country walks. Turriff to Maud. 

Free Fress, Aug. 2, 1913. 
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Milne, John. Craigston cg^stle. Banff, 1881. 

The Early history of Turriff. Banff, 1890. 

Minty, James. Reminiscences of a forty years' residence in 

Turriff. Banff, 1865. 
[Ogilvie, Joseph.] Memorials of Turriff parish school in the 

fifties. Abd. 1911. 
Sketch of the Turriff savings bank. Instituted August, 1816. 

Banff, 1816. 
Turriff almanac. 1913. Annually from 1876. 
Turriff school magazine. No. 1. January, 1911. Banff, 1911. 
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TYRIE. A. and B. i, 449; ii, 383; iv, 122, 680. Bulloch, 2, 5, 
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36-45 ; New Pitsligo, 45-49. M.G.C. i, 44, 53. Misc. N.S.C. 
i, 229. N.S.A. xii, 717. O.S.A. vi, 138. F.B. ii, 55-62. 
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Craib, Alexander. Picturesque New Pitsligo. 1899. 

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UDNY. A, and B. i, 357 ; iii, 77. Bulloch, 27, 12, 1884. F. S, 
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218. N.S.A. xii, 131. 0,S.A. iv, 156. F,B. ii, 171-86. 
/'.^S.^. Scot, iv, 54, 64-67 ; v, 185, 186, 195, 196 ; xxiv, 11, 13, 
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Waterton. 1857. 
Leslie, John. Report of the Udny case decided in the General 

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Life and death of Jamie Fleeman, the laird of Udny's fool. 

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Aberdeenshire Roads Act. 1865. 

Aberdeenshire Turnpike and Commutation Acts. 1800, 1820, 
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Act of the justices of the peace and Commissioners of Supply. 
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Kemp, Daniel W. Old teachers of Aberdeenshire. S.N. and Q. 

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Kerr, John. Scottish education . . . from early times to 1908. 

Camb. 1910. 
Lawrence, C. M. Pitman centenary celebration. Aberdeen 

souvenir. 1913. 
MacCulloch, John. On the granite of Aberdeenshire. Quarterly 

Journal of Science (1821), x, 29-51. 
Macgillivray, Paul H. Catalogue of flowering plants and ferns 

in the neighbourhood of Aberdeen. 1853. 
Macgillivray, William. Geology in relation to agriculture. 

Lond. 1832. 

Granite of upper Aberdeenshire. Edin. 1830. 

Indigenous trees of North Britain. Lond. 1831. 

Molluscuous animals of Aberdeen, Kincardine, and Banff. 

Lond. 1843. 

Natural history of Deeside. Lond. 1855. 

MacKinnon, James. Culture in early Scotland. Edin. 1892. 
Menzies, Allan. Dick bequest. Report of twenty -one years' 

experience. Edin. 1854. 
Milne bequest trust. Rules and regulations. 1865. 

Statements of history and objects of bequest and schemes of 

administration. 1912. 

Monro, George. Scottish art and national encouragement. Ediiti. 
1846. 

Murray, Alex. Northern flora. Pt. 1. Edin. 1836. 

Nicol, James. Geology and scenery of the north of Scotland. 

Edin. 1866. 
Peter, James. The Peat mosses of Buchan. 1875. 

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ABERDEEN, BANFF, KINCARDINE 

Rodfi:er, Ella Hill Burton. Aberdeen doctors at home and 
abroad. Edin. 1893. 

Sim, George. The Vertebrate fauna of *' Dee ". 1903. 

Terry, Edward Sanford. Music festival. North-east of Scot- 
land. 1909-13. 

[Five fol. vols, of Ms. papers, piospectuses, and newspaper cuttings 
in Univ. library, Aberdeen.] 

Tocher, James Fowler. Twenty-one years' research in Buchan. 

Phd. 1909. 
Will, James. Educational development in Buchan. In " Book 

of Buchan ". 
Wilson, A. Stephen. Contributions to agricultural botany. 1879. 
Wright, Alexander. History of education and of the old parish 

schools of Scotland. Edin. 1898. 



136 



XV. INDUSTRY AND COMMERCE 

Aberdeen, Banff, and Elgin railway, Statements connected with. 

1846. 
Aberdeenshire a hundred years ago. Weekly Free Press : five 

articles commencing March 28, 1885. 
Aberdeenshire agricultural association. Rules. 1818, also 

1819. Proceedings. 1875-. In progress. 
The Aberdeenshire crofter. Weekly Free Press : ten articles 

commencing March 20, 1886. 
Acworth, W. M. The Railways of Scotland. Lond. 1890. 
Alexander, William. The Making of Aberdeenshire. 1888. 

Northern rural life in the 18th century. Edin. 1877. 

The Peasantry of north-eastern Scotland. United Presby- 
terian Mag. J Oct.-Dec, 1884. 

The Rinderpest in Aberdeenshire. The outbreak of 1865. 

1882. 

Sir John Sinclair's board of agriculture. Weekly Free Press : 

three articles commencing Sept. 9, 1889. 

Anderson, Adam. Historical and chronological deduction of the 
orgin of commerce. Lond. 1764. 

Anderson, James. General view of the agriculture ... of the 
county of Aberdeen. Edin. 1794. 

Banffshire, The Mineral wealth of. Dundee Courier, Jany. 15, 
1892. 

Barclay, James W. The Representation of the agricultural in- 
terest in parliament, n.d. 

and others. The Land question. 2 parts. 1882 and 1883. 

Beaton, Helen. Notes on farming. Phd. 1905. 

Black, James. Report on cottage accommodation in Buchan. 
Edin. 1851. 

Blaikie, James. Embankments on the river Don. Trans. High- 
land and Agric. Soc. 2nd ser. ii, 75. 

The Slate quarries of Aberdeenshire. Ibid, iv, 98. 

137 



ABERDEEN, BANFF, KINCARDINE 

Bremner, David. The Industries of Scotland. Glasg. 1869. 
Bruce, Isabella M. A Century of Aberdeenshire agriculture.. 

1908. 
Buchan and Boyn farmer society. Rules, etc. 1786. 
Buchan, Society of farmers in. A Free method of treating light 
hazely land. . . . Edin. 1735. 

[For the history of this work, see notes by P. J. Anderson, S.N^ 
and Q. 2nd ser. iii, 156. It was reprinted Edin. 1811, and itt 
Appendix to Souter's •' Agriculture of Banff," 1812.] 

Buttermaking: in Aberdeenshire seventy years ago. Free FresSy 

July 10, 1890. 
Cramond, William. Ancient road bills and inns. Free FresSy. 

April 10, 16, 1897. 
Deer, Rules of the farmer society of. 1795. 
Donaldson, James. Agricultural survey of Banffshire. Edin. 1794.. 

Agricultural survey of Kincardineshire. Edin. 1794. 

Duff, R. W. Further development of our deep-sea fisheries. 1881. 

The Herring fisheries of Scotland. 1883. 

Fish and Fisheries. Prize essays of the International Fisheries- 
Exhibition. 1882. Edin. 1883. 

[Essays by George Sim, Archibald Young, William Watt (2), John. 
Ross, Jun, (2), J. M. Leith, W. Simpson Miln, and others.] 

Fishery board for Scotland. Annual reports. 1881-. Lond. 
1882-. Current. 

Gordon, Alexander. The Scotch farm labourer. Scot. Rev. xiv,2\Q, 

Gordon, Maria M. Ogilvie. Handbook of employments. 1906. 

Graham, H. Grey. Rural Scotland in the first half of last cen- 
tury. Scot. Rev. XXV, 104. 

Grant, Sir Archibald. Obstacles to improvement of land. 1750.. 

Memorandum to the tenants of Monymusk, 1756. 

Grant, James. Agriculture in Banffshire 150 years ago. Banff, 

1902. 
Gray, Roderick. Cultivation of waste land in Peterhead parish. 

Trans. Highland and Agric. Soc. 2nd ser. ii, 151. 
G. N. of S. Railway. Opening of Moray Firth coast railway. 

Programme and description of country. Elgin, 1886. 

Past and present policy and future prospects. [1862.] 

Gregor, Walter. Kilns, mills, millers, meal and bread. Lond. 1894.. 
Greig, Robert B. Agriculture in Buchan. In " Book of Buchan '\ 

138 



INDUSTRY AND COMMERCE 

Qrewar, David. The Production of home-spun woollens. A.J.N, 
and Q. iv, 105, 111. 

Harvey, Arthur. Agricultural statistics of Aberdeenshire. 1859. 

Highland and Agricultural society of Scotland. Transactions. 
Edin. 1799-. Still current. 

Innes, Cosmo. Ledger of Andrew Halyburton, 1492-1503. The 
Book of customs and value of merchandises in Scotland, 1612. 
Edin. 1867. 

Johnston, John. Farming in Scotland in the days of our grand- 
fathers. Madison, Wise. 1898. 

Johnstone, J. F. Kellas. Scottish tradesmen's tokens. S.N. 
and Q. Vols, vii-viii. 

Jopp, Alexander. Causes of decline in the produce of salmon 
fisheries in Dee and Don and on adjacent sea coast. 1860. 

Keith, Qeorge Skene. General view of the agriculture of Aber- 
deenshire. 1811. 

Kincardine, Articles of association by the Society of farmers of. 
1758. 

Kincardineshire agfricultural association. Rules, etc. 1822. 

Knight, William. Granite quarries of Aberdeenshire. Trans. 
Highland and Agric. Soc. 2nd ser. iv, 54. 

Laing, Jeanie M. The Great North railway and its working. 
Weekly Free Press: four articles commencing June 22, 1889. 

Lawson, Thomas. Report on the agriculture of . . . Kincar- 
dine. Edin. 1881. 

Littlejohn, David. Aberdeenshire fiars. In " Miscellany of the 
New Spalding Club," vol. II. 

McCombie, William. Cattle and cattle breeders. Edin. 1867 ; 
2nd ed., 1869 ; 3rd, 1875 ; 4th, 1886. 

MacCulloch, John. The Granite of Aberdeenshire. Lond. 1821. 

Macdonald, James. The Agriculture of Forfar and Kincardine. 
Edin. 1881. 

and Sinclair, James. History of polled Aberdeen cattle. 

Edin. 1882. 

MacQillivray, William. Domestic cattle. 1845. 

Marr, George. On the condition of the agricultural population. 
1858. 

Michie, Christopher Young. The Larch. Edin. 1882; 2nd 
ed., 1885. 

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Michie, Christopher Young. Practice of forestry. Edin. 1888. 
A Mill and farm lease of last century. Weekly Free Press, 

July 2, 1887. 
{Miller, Hus:h.] Letters on the herring fishing in the Moray 

firth. Invss. 1829. 
Miln, W. S. The Position of the Scotch herring trade in 1885. 

Lond. 1886. 
Milne, John. The Agriculture of Aberdeen and Banff. Edin. 1871. 

The Making of a Buchan farm. Phd. 1892. 

Prehistoric and primitive methods of making meal. Banff, 

1907. 

Milne, Thomas. The Afforesting of waste land in Aberdeenshire. 

Edin. 1885. 
North of Scotland colleg^e of agriculture. [1902-1912, Aberdeen 

and N. of S. C. of A] Bulletins, 1903-. No. 1-. 1910. 

Current. 

Calendar, 1910/11-. 1910-. Current. 

Former students' association. Transactions 1911/12-. 

Current. 

Prospectus. 1902/03-, 1909/10. 

North of Scotland horticultural association. Papers. 1881. 
North Sea pilot. Part II. North and east coasts of Scotland. 

Lond. 1905. 

[Sixth edition. Revised supplement, corrected. Lond. 1911.] 
Paul, William. Industrial and sanitary condition of population 

engaged in fisheries on N.E. coast of Scotland. 1877. 

Trawl fishing. 1897. 

Polled herd book. Vol. I-. Banff, 1884-. Current. 
Ramsay, Alexander. History of Highland and Agricultural 
society of Scotland. Edin. 1879. 

Northern Agricultural society. Jubilee : fifty years pro- 
gress. Banff, [1893]. 

Ravenscroft, E. Polled herd book. 1862. 

Robb, James. The Cottage, the bothy, and the kitchen. Edin. 1861. 

Robertson, George. General view of the agriculture of Kincar- 
dineshire. Lond. 1808. 

Rural recollections; or progress and improvement in agricul- 
tural and rural affairs in . . . Kincardineshire. Edin. 1829. 

140 



INDUSTRY AND COMMERCE 

Robertson, James. General view of the agriculture of Kincar-^ 
dineshire Perth, 1811. 

Scott, William John. Kinnaber. Lond. 1895. 

[Hist, of speed competition between E. and W. Coast railways.] 

Little and good, a study of the Great North of Scotland 

railway and its train service. 1898. 

Search for pearls in Scotland in 1622. Scottish Journal of topo- 
graphy, i, 286. 

Simpson, J. J. Pearl fishing in Buchan. In "■ Book of Buchan ". 

Sinclair, James. History of Shorthorn cattle. Lond. 1907. 

Sinclair, Sir John. General report of agricultural state ... of 
Scotland. 5 vols. Edin. 1814. 

Smith, John. On the waters of the Dee and Don. 1854. 

Souter, David. View of the agriculture of the county of Banff. 
Edin. 1812. 

Statistics of the export of salmon in the 15th and 16th centuries. 
Scotsman, Aug. 9, 1887. 

Stuart, Harry. Agricultural labourers. Edin. 1853 and 1854. 

Symon, James D. The Press and its story. Lond. 1914. 

[Aberdeen journal and Free Press, p. 164; James Perry, 79, etc.; 
J. M. Bulloch, 230 ; William Alexander, 165 ; Sir W. Robertson 
Nicoll, 271, etc.] 

Taylor, Alexander. Farm servants and agricultural labourers. 
1881. 

[Taylor, John.] Eleven years at farm work. 1879. 

Tucker, Thomas. Report upon the excise and customs of Scot- 
land, 1656. Bannatyne Club. Edin. 1824. 

[Reprinted in Miscellany of Burgh Records Society. Edin. 1881.] 

Watson, William. Remarks on the bothie system. [1878.] 

Wedderburn, Sir William. North Sea fisheries. Buckie, 1899. 

[Wight, A.] State of husbandry in Scotland. Edin. 1778. 

Wilkin, George. Private catalogue of Aberdeen-Angus cattle. 
Banff, 1895. 

Wilson, A. Stephen. A Bushel of corn. Edin. 1883. 

[History of grain measurement, and the culture of oats.] 
Wilson, Andrew. The Granite industry, its history and com- 
mercial aspects. J^ree Press, July 20, 1892. 

141 



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Wilson, James. Farming in Aberdeenshire, ancient and modern. 
Highland and Agricultural Soc. trans. Edin. 1902. 

Evolution of British cattle, and the fashioning of breeds. 

Lond. 1909. 

Principles of stock-breeding. Lond. 1912. 

The Scandinavian origin of the hornless cattle of the British 

isles. Scientific Proc, Royal Dublin Soc, vol. xii (N.S.), no. 
15, June, 1909. 



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Ackermann, August. Die Sprache der altesten schottischen 
urkunden. (1385-1440.) Berlin, [1897]. 

Adams, James. The Pronunciation of the English language . . . 
with an appendix on the dialects of human speech . . . and 
vindication of the Scottish dialect. Edin. 1799. 
[Scots dialect. Pp. 131-64.] 

Alexander, James. Rural talk. Weekly Free Press. Current. 

[For the past fifteen years the weekly crack of Mains and Hillie 
has been the best example of colloquial Aberdonic in our 
periodical literature.] 

Alexander, William. Johnny Gibb of Gushetneuk. 1871. 
Several editions. With introd. by Alex. Mackie, Edin. 1908. 

Sketches of life among my ain folk. Edin. 1875. 

Allardyce, Ann D. B. Goodwife at home. 1867, 1874 and 1893. 
Barbour, John. The Actys and lyfe of Robert Bruce, King of 

Scotland. Edin. 1571. Many editions. 

The Brus. Edited by Cosmo Innes. Spalding Club, 1856. 

Edited by W. W. Skeat. Scottish Text Soc. 1894. 

The Bulk of the most noble and vailzeand conquerour Alex- 
ander the great. Edin, [1580]. Reprinted, Bannatyne club. 
Edin. 1831. 

Legends of the saints in the Scottish dialect of the 14th 

century. Ed. by W. M. Metcalfe. 3 vols. Scot. Text 
Society. Edin. 1896. 

Beattie, George. John o' Arnha. Mont. 1816. 5th ed., 1826; 

7th, n.d. ; 9th, 1857 ; 12th, 1878 ; with coloured plates, 1883. 
Beattie, James. Scoticisms in alphabetical order. 1779; also 
Edin. 1787, 1797, and 1811. 

[Criticised in Blackwood's Mag., ii, 298.] 

[ ] To Mr. Alexander Ross at Lochlee. In ** Helenore ". 

1778, and subsequent editions. 

[Poetical address in Mearns dialect.] 

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ABERDEEN, BANFF, KINCARDINE 

Birnie, A. R. Pig Charlie, or Ongauns at Cairnprop : a drama of 

rural life. Banff, 1912. 
Boece, Hector. The Hystory and croniklis of Scotland. Bellen- 

den's translation. Edin. [1540]. 2 vols. Edin. 1821. 
Brown, J. T. T. The Wallace and the Bruce re-studied. Bonn, 1900. 
Brown, Thomas. A Dictionary of the Scottish language. Lond. 

1845. 
[Buchan, Patrick.] The Guidman o' Inglismill. [With glossary.] 

Phd. 1873. 
Burness, John . Plays, poems, tales and other pieces. Montr. 1819. 

Thrummy cap. 1842. 

[Calder, Robert Hoggf.] Deeside ditties. By a native. 1912. 
Cleishbotham the Younger. Handbook of the Scottish language. 

Edin. 1858. 
Craigie, W. A. Barbour and Blind Harry as literature. Scot. 

Rev. xxii, 173. 
Curious collection of Scottish poems. 1821. 
Dictionary of the Scottish language. Edin. 1827. 
Duncan, Andrew. Latinae grammaticae pars prior, sine etymologia 

Latina in usum rudiorum. Edin. 1595. 

[Appended is a glossary of Latin words with interpretation in Scots, 
which, edited by John Small, was published by the English 
dialect society. Lond. 1874.] 
Elphinston, James. Animadversions on the elements of 
criticism. Lond. 1771. 

[Appendix : on Scotticisms.] 

Entertaining and instructive tales [in verse]. 1823. 
Fleming, J. B. Montgomerie. Desultory notes on Jamieson's 

Scottish dictionary. Glasg. 1899. 
Forbes, Robert. Ajax, his speech to the Grecian Knabbs. Ovid. 
Met. lib. 13. 1748. 

[Frequently reprinted. " Ulysses answer '" appears in an Edin- 
burgh edition of 1777, together with a journey from London 
to Portsmouth and a Shop bill, all in the broad Buchan 
dialect.] 
Forrest, James. The Buchan dialect. Phd. 1892 ; also in "The 
Book of Buchan ". 

Buchan Scots words. Phd. 1895. 

Qibb, John L. Helenore, or the fortunate shepherdess. Scott. 

Hist. Review, ix, 291. 

144 



THE DIALECTS AND IDIOM 

Giles, Peter. The Making of our mother tongue. Phd. 1906. 
Glawe, Erich. Der Sprachgebrauch in den altschottische 

Gesetzen der Handschrift. Berlin, 1908. 
Grant, Colin C. Highland- English as found in books. Proc. 

Gaelic Soc. Invss. xv, 172. 
Grant, James. Moyen. [Examples and illustrations of the use 

of the word.] Banff, 1911. 
Grant, William. Origin of Scottish dialect. A.J.N, and Q. ii, 

163-67. 

The Pronunciation of English in Scotland. Cambridge, 1913. 

Rare Scotch words. A./.N. and Q. iii, 137, 142, 149, 235, 

299 ; iv, 40, 49. 

Qregor, Walter. The Dialect of Banffshire. Lond. 1866. 
Greig, Gavin. Mains's wooin : a drama of Northern rural life. 1912. 

Mains again ; a sequel to *' Mains's wooin ''. 1913. 

Grewar, David. Old Scots words. A.J.N, and Q. iv, 77. 
Henderson, T. F. Scottish vernacular literature, a succinct his- 
tory. Edin. 1898. 3rd ed. 1910. 

Henschel, Friederich Hugo. Darstellung der Flexionslehre in 

John Barbour's Bruce. Ein Beitrag zur Kenntniss des 

altschottischen. Leipzig, 1886. 
Herd, David. Ancient and modern Scottish songs. Edin. 1769 ; 

2 vols., 1776 ; 2 vols., 1791 ; also Glasg. 1869, and Edin. 

1870. 
Herrmann, Albert. Untersuchungen iiber das schottische Alex* 

anderbuch. Berlin, 1893. 
Hints for Scotchmen : Scotticisms corrected. (Never too late to 

learn.) Lond. 1855. 
Horstmann, C. Barbour's des schottischen Nationaldichters 

Legendensammlung nebst den Fragmenten seines Trojaner- 

krieges. Zum ersten Mai herausgegeben und kritisch bear- 

beitet. 2 vols. Heilbronn, 1881-82. [Scot. Rev. viii, 232.] 
Hume, David. Political discourses. Edin. 1752. 

[Collection of Scotticisms in appendix.] 
James V, King. Jacobi id nominis quinti regis Scotorum cantilena 

rustica vulgo inscripta Christ's Kirk of the green. Oxon. 169 1 . 
[1st ed. of a Scots poem descriptive of 15th cent rural life in Ken- 
nethmont, with Bishop Edmund Gibson's critical notes and 
parallel illustrations.] 

145 M 



ABERDEEN, BANFF, KINCARDINE 

Jamieson, John. Etymological dictionary of the Scottish language. 
2 vols., Edin. 1808 ; supplement 2 vols., 1824 ; 2nd ed. 4 vols., 
1840. Ed. by John Longmuir and David Donaldson. 4 vols. 
Paisley, 1879-82. Supplementary vol. by David Donaldson, 
1887. Abridgment, 1 vol., Edin. 1818; by John Johnston, 
Edin. 1841; by John Longmuir, Lond. 1867. 

Keith, Charles. The Farmer's ha'. 1776. Edin. 1794, 1801, etc. 

Laing:, Alexander. Scarce ancient ballads. 1822. 

Latto, W. D. Tammas Bodkin, or the humours of a Scottish tailor. 
Edin. 1864. 

[Dialect of Angus and Mearns: first published in People s Journal.'] 

Macdonald, George. Scots songs and ballads. 1893. 

Mackie, Alexander. Readings in modern Scots. Lond. 1913. 

Scotticisms arranged and corrected. Lond. 1881. 

Melvin, William Robertson. Caller herrin', an original operatic 

drama of Scottish fisher life. 1913. 

Plainstanes parliament. Series of articles weekly in Fraser- 
burgh Herald since 1906, in broad Buchan dialect. 

Metcalfe, W. M. Supplementary dictionary of the Scottish 
language. Paisley, 1910. 

Michel, Francisque. A Critical inquiry into the Scottish language. 

Edin. 1882. 
Mitchell, Hugfh. Scotticisms, vulgar angUcisms and grammatical 

improprieties corrected. Glasg. 1799. 
Motherby, Robert. Taschen-worterbuch des schottischen 

Dialekts. Konigsberg, 1826. 

[Scots dictionary with interpretations in English and German.] 
Miiller, Paul. Die Sprache der Aberdeener Urkunden des sech- 

zehnten Jahrhunderts. [Berlin], 1903. 
Murray, Charles. Hamewith. 1900. 7th ed., Lond. 1912. 
Murray, David. Some early grammars in use in Scotland. 

Proc, of the Royal Philosophical Soc. of Glasgow, xxxvi, 266- 

97, andxxxvii, 142-91. 
Murray, James A. H. The Dialect of the southern counties of 

Scotland. Appendix on the dialectical divisions of the lowland 

tongue, and a linguistical map of Scotland. Lond. 1873. 

146 



THE DIALECTS AND IDIOM 

Mutschmann, Heinrich. A Phonology of the north-eastern 

Scotch dialect on an historical basis. Bonn, 1909. 
Neilson, Qeorgfe. John Barbour : poet and translator. Lond. 1900. 
Nicol, James. Poems chiefly in the Scottish dialect. 2 vols. 

Edin. 1805. 

[Angus and Mearns dialect.] 
Reeves, W. P. A Study in the language of Scottish prose before 

1600. Baltimore, 1893. 
Reid, Alan. The Bards of Angus and Mearns. Paisley, 1897. 
Ritter, Otto. Wortkundliches zu Gavin Douglas. Archiv fiir 

das studium der neueren Sprachen und Literaturen. Vol. 

cxxix, 220. Braunschweig, 1912. 
[Robertson, George.] The Har'st rig. Edin. 1794, 1801, etc. 
Ross, Alexander. The Fortunate shepherdess : . . . with a few 

songs. 1768. [Other editions, title altered to " Helenore," 

1778, 1789, 1791, 1796, 1811, etc. Dr. John Longmuir's ed., 

Edin., 1866, is the best.] 
Ruddiman, Thomas. Glossary of Scots words. Appendix to his 

ed. of Gavin Douglas' translation of Virgil's Aeneis. [1513.] 

Edin. 1710. 

[The earliest Scots dictionary.] 
Ruddiman, Walter. A Select collection of Scots poems chiefly 

in the broad Buchan dialect ; and Collection of Scots proverbs 

by David Fergusson, 1598. Edin. 1777 and 1785. 
Sander, Arnold. Die Reimsprache in William Stewart's 

" Chronicle of Scotland " und der mittelschottische Dialekt. 

Berlin, 1906. 
Shirrefs, Andrew. Jamie and Bess. 1787. 

Poems chiefly in the Scottish dialect. [Glossary.] 1790. 

Sinclair, Sir John. Observations on Scottish dialect. Edin. 

1782. 
Skinner, John. Amusements of leisure hours. Edin. 1809. 

Songs and poems. With memoir [and glossary] by H, G. 

Reid. Phd. 1859. 

Widow Greylocks. A song. Priv. ptd. [1913]. 

[With two unpublished songs by Wm. Lillie. Ed. by Wm. Walker.] 
Smith, Qeorgre. Douglas. By John Home. In Buchan dialect. 1824. 
Steiger, Otto. Die Verwendung des schottischen Dialekts. 
Darmstadt, 1913. 

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ABERDEEN, BANFF, KINCARDINE 

Stewart, William. Boece's Bulk of the croniklis of Scotland in 

verse. 3 vols. Lond. 1858. 
**Swasche" or Sweche. Scottish Journal of topography, i, 121, 

143, 208. 
Thom, William. Rhymes and recollections of a handloom 

weaver. 1844, and Lond. 1845. 
Tytler, William. The Works of James I. . . . the Scots language 

and the northern dialects. Edin. 1783, also 1825. 
Walker, William. The Bards of Bon-accord, 1375-1860. 1887. 
[ ] A Garland of Bon-accord. Priv. ptd. 1886. 

[Both works contain well-selected and not elsewhere accessible 
examples of the dialect in rhyme.] 

Warrack, Alexander, and Grant, William. A Scots dialect 
dictionary. Edin. 1911. 

Watson, James. A Choice collection of comic and serious Scot- 
ish poems. 3 vols. Edin. 1706-11. Rep. Glasg. 1869. 

Watson, William. Glimpses o' auld langsyne, 1903. 2nd ed., 
edit, by Alex. Mackie. 1905. 

Wight, John. Braid Scots words and phrases from East Aber- 
deenshire. A.J.N, and Q. iv, 15, 83. 

Williams, George. The Glossary of Burns and the dialect of 
Aberdeenshire. A.J.N, and Q. iv, 195. 

Wright, Joseph. The English dialect grammar. Oxon. 1905. 

The English dialect dictionary. Oxon. 1896-1905. 



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XVII. FOLK-LORE : FOLK-SONG AND ITS MUSIC : GAMES 

Alexander, James. Old Scotch words, proverbs, and phrases. 
[Title latterly altered to "Scotch phrases and proverbs".] 
Free Press, between Sept. 30 and Dec. 22, 1909, 

[Valuable collectanea, supplemented in the correspondence columns, 
and also by Mr. Alexander's *' Further collection," March 9, 
1910.] 

The Romance of harvest. Weekly Free Press ^ Sept. 5, 1913. 

Ancient Scottish manners and customs. A.J.N, and Q. iii, 174, 

181. 

Bairns* books of fifty years ago. Weekly Free Press, articles 
commencing June 26, 1889. 

Black, George F. Scottish charms and amulets. Edin. 1893. 

Black, William Qeorge. Folk medicine : a chapter in the his- 
tory of culture. Lond. 1883. 

Brand, John. Observations on the popular antiquities of Great 
Britain chiefly illustrating the origin of our vulgar and pro- 
vincial customs and superstitions. Lond. 1810 ; new ed. 1885. 

Chambers, Robert. Popular rhymes of Scotland. Edin. 1826 ; 
3rd ed., 1841 ; much enlarged ed. [I860.] 

Cheviot, Andrew. Proverbs, proverbial expressions, and popular 
rhymes of Scotland. Edin. 1896. 

Christie, W. and W. Traditional ballad airs. 2 vols. Edin. 
1876-81. 

Clyne, Norval. The Romantic Scottish ballads. 1859. 

Scottish Jacobites and their poetry. 1887. 

Crombie, James E. The Saliva superstition. Lond. 1892. 
First footing in Aberdeenshire. Lond. 1893. 

Crombie, James W. History of the game of hop-scotch. 
Anthropological Inst. Trans., xv, 403-8. 

Dauney, William. Ancient Scottish melodies from [the Skene] 
Ms. of the reign of James VI. With introduction on the 
history of music in Scotland. Bannatyne Club. Edin. 1838. 

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Donaldson, Charles. Men of muscle and the highland games. 

Edin. 1901. 
Edwards, David H. Modern Scottish poets. 16 vols. Brechin. 

1880-97. 
Fairley, John A. Ancient Scottish tales, collected from oral 

recitation by Peter Buchan, and now first printed. Edin. 1909. 
Fergusson, David. Scottish proverbs. Edin. 1641. 
Forbes, John. Cantus, songs, and fancies. 1662 ; also 1666 and 

1682. Reprinted Paisley, 1879. 
Qomme, Q. L. Dictionary of British folk-lore. Vol. 1-. Lond, 

1894. In progress. 

Folk-lore as an historical science. Lond. 1908. 

Grant, Robert [pseud. Mormond]. Aberdeenshire folk-lore. 
S.N. and Q. Vols, iii, iv, vi, and vii. 

Old sayings, maxims, and local proverbs. Ibid. Vols, iii 

and iv. 

Qregor, Walter. Contributions on folk-lore of N.E. Scotland in 
Folk-lore journal, i, 25, 55, 119, 292; ii, 68, 106, 277, 329, 
353; iii, 52, 180, 269, 305; iv, 7, 132; vi, 262; vii, 41, 163, 
166, 195, 199, 277, 287. 

Counting out rhymes of children. Lond. 1891. 

An Echo of the olden time from the north of Scotland. 

Phd. 1874. 

' Folk-lore of north-east Scotland. Folk-lore Soc. Lond. 

1881. 

Folk riddles. [1883.] Trans. Inverness Field Club^ ii, 334 ; 

also in Trans, Banffshire Field Club, 1883, p. 103. 

Healing art in the north of Scotland in the olden time. n.d. 



Qreig, Gavin. Folk-song in Buchan. Phd. 1906. 

Folk-song of the north-east. 2 vols. Phd. 1909-14. 

The Traditional minstrelsy of Buchan. In *' Book of 

Buchan ". 

Grewar, David. Riding the stang. A.J.N, and Q. v, 257. 

Henderson, Andrew. Scottish proverbs. [With addenda of rare 
proverbs and glossary.] Edin. 1832. New ed. [Notes by 
James Donald.] Glasg. 1881. 

Huntly, Charles, Wth Marquis of. The Guisers and their mum- 
ming. 1883. 

150 



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Innes, J. B. Weather and weather lore. Banff, [1909]. 

Kelly, James. Scottish proverbs. Lond. 1721 ; 2nd ed., Lend. 

1818. 
Laing, Jeanie M. Ancient Scottish marriage customs. Weekly 

Free Press. Eleven articles, commencing Oct. 20, 1888. 

Harvest customs. Glasgow Weekly Citizen, Aug. 13, 1887. 

Notes on superstition and folk-lore. Brechin, 1885. 

Lawrance, R. M. Local popular rhymes. A.J.N, and Q. i, 122 ; 

ii, 266 ; iii, 227 ; iv, 120. 
Lord, W. B. Crab, shrimp, and lobster lore. Lond. 1867. 
Mackinlay, J. M. Scottish customs and folk-lore. Shires of 

Aberdeen, Kincardine, and Forfar. Glasgow Herald, June 22, 

1891. 
Mackinlay, James S. Folk-lore of Scottish lochs and springs. 

Glasg. 1893= 
Marshall, William. Collection of Scottish melodies, reels, 

strathspeys . . . [composed by W. M.]. 2 vols. Edin. n.d. 
Mayo, Isabella Fyvie. Old stories and sayings of Great Britain 

and Ireland. Lond., [1911]. 
Milne, John. Buchan folk-song. Banff, 1901. 

Myths and superstitions of the Buchan district. 1891 and 

1903. 

Napier, James. Traditions and superstitions of the Mearns. 

People's Journal, 5th June, 1869, et seq. 
P., J. C. William Marshall [nat. Bellie], and the authors of our 

national music. Scottish Journal of topography, \, 49. [Signed 

J. C. P., Inverness.] 
Skinner, James Scott. Harp and claymore collection of reels, 

strathspeys, etc. Also the Logie collection. Miller o' Hirn 

collection, and others, n.d. 
Smith, William McCombie. The Athletes and athletic sports 

of Scotland. Paisley, 1891. 

[The Donald Dinnie book : History of Scottish sports.] 
Stewart, William Grant. Popular superstitions ... of the 

highlanders of Scotland. Edin. 1823 ; 2nd ed., 1851. 
Wight, John. Wives on trial. A.J.N, and Q. iv, 21. 



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XVIII. INDIVIDUAL REMINISCENCE 

Alexander, William. Aberdeenshire character and character- 
istics. Three papers. Onward and Upward. 1891. 

Anderson, Duncan. Scottish folk-lore, or reminiscences of Aber- 
deenshire. New York, [1895] ; 2nd ed., Toronto, 1899. 

[Blaikie, John.] The Old times and the new. Lond. 1868. 

Blaikie, William Garden. Lord Byron's early school days. 
Harper's Magazine, August, 1891. 

Chalmers, Andrew. Buchan in my boyhood. In *'Book of 
Buchan ". 

Christie, John. Reminiscences of Drachlaw. Ballad of fifty 
years ago. 1904 

Davidson, John, D.D. Old Aberdeenshire ministers and their 
people. 1895. 

Gordon, Pryse Lockhart. Personal memoirs. 2 vols. Lond. 1830. 

Johnston, William. Life and times. Peterhead, 1859. 

Kerr, John. Memories grave and gay. Edin. 1902. More 
memories. 1904. 

[Leatham, James] " Daavit ". The true story of a personage. 
Cottingham, 1914. 

[Reminiscences of David Scott, printer and publisher, and of 
Peterhead.] 

Low, William Leslie. Vignettes from a parson's album. Dum- 
fries, 1904. 

MacGillivray, William. Memories of my early days. Lond. 1912. 

Men I remember. Edin. 1913. 

Mayo, Isabella Fyvie. Recollections of . . . more than fifty 
years. Lond. 1910. 

Paul, William, D.D. Past and present of Aberdeenshire. 1881. 
[Two editions.] 

Ramsay, Edward Bannerman. Two lectures on changes in 
social life and habits. Edin. 1857. 

152 



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Ramsay, Edward Bannerman. Reminiscences of Scottish life 

and character, Edin. 1859. 

[Second series, 1861. In 2 vols. 1861. 85th thousand, 1874. 
26th ed. enlarged, with memoir by Cosmo Innes. 1889.] 

Pulpit table talk. 3rd ed., Lend. 1879. 

Ramsay, John. Scotland and Scotsmen in the 18th century. 

Ed. Alexander Allardyce. 2 vols. Edin. 1888. 
Random recollections of Buchan and Buchan worthies by a 

septuagenarian. Weekly Free Press. 34 articles beginning 

June 13, 1891. 
Reid, Sir Hugh Qilzean. Past and present in the north of Scot- 
land. 1871. 
Shand, Alexander Innes. Days of the past: a medley of 

memories. Lond. 1905. 
Half a century : or changes in men and manners. Edin. 

1887. 

The Last of the road. Saturday Rev., March 5, 12, 1904. 

[Coaching in Aberdeen and the North.] 
Skelton, John. Nugae criticae. Edin. 1862. 
A Campaigner at home. Lond. 1865. 

Summer and winter at Balmawhapple. 2 vols. Edin. 1896. 

Smith, William McCombie. Romance of poaching in the high- 
lands. Stirling, 1904. 

Walker, William, LL.D. Reminiscences, academic, ecclesiastic, 
and scholastic. 1904. Additional reminiscences. 1906. 

Nineteenth century progress in the north. 1908. 

Watson, William. A Chapter from an unpublished autobiography- 

Edin. 1887. 
Webster, George. A Criminal officer of the old school. 1880. 
Wilson, James Hall. Newspaper life fifty years ago. Nine 

articles. Free Press. 1887. 



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XIX. AS OTHERS SEE US 

Ayton, R. Voyage round Great Britain. 8 vols. Lond. 1814-25.. 
Boswell, James. Journal of a tour to the Hebrides with Samuel 

Johnson, LL.D. Lond. 1785. 
Botfield, Beriah. Journal of a tour through the Highlands of 

Scotland. Priv. ptd. Norton Hall, 1830. 
[Kincardine, Aberdeen, and Banff, pp. 52-80.] 

Bouquet, Michel. An Artist's ramble in the north of Scotland. 

Lond. 1849. 
Buchan, David, llth Earl of. Account of a tour through 

Aberdeenshire. Archceologia Scotica^ iii, 292. 
Burt, Edward. Letters from . . . the north of Scotland. 2 

vols. Lond. 1754, 1757, 1759, 1815, 1818, 1822 ; and Edin. 1876. 
[German translation with the plates : 2 vols., no imprint. 1760.] 
Calamy, Edward. An Historical account of my own life. 2 

vols. Lond. 1829. 

[" Journey into North Britain," including Aberdeen, etc.] 

Cockburn, Henry. Circuit journeys, [1837-54]. Edin. 1889. 
Defoe, Daniel. A Tour thro' the whole island of Great Britain. 

3 vols. Lond. 1724 ; also 1732 ; 4 vols., 1778, etc. 
Forsyth, Robert. The Beauties of Scotland. 5 vols. Edin. 
1805-08. 

[Views of Dunnottar (2), St. Machar Cathedral, Huntly Castle, 
Ravenscraig, Rocks near Banff, Boyne Castle (2), Deskford 
Castle. 

Franck, Richard. Northern memoirs . . . writ in the year 1658. 
Lond. 1694. 

[Reprinted Edin. 1821, with preface by Sir Walter Scott.] 
Qrierson, Thomas. Autumnal rambles among the Scottish moun- 
tains. Edin. 1850. 2nd ed., 1851 ; 3rd, 1856. 
[" A Fortnight on Deeside," 2nd ed., pp. 157-232.] 

154 



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Qumey, Joseph J. Notes of a visit made to some of the prisons 

in Scotland. Lond. 1819. 
Hall, James. Travels in Scotland by an unusual route. 2 vols. 

Lond. 1807. 
flargreaves, Capt. Thomas. A Voyage round Great Britain. 

8vo. Lond. 1884. 

[Aberdeen, pp. 58-108.] 
Heron, Robert. Scotland described. Edin. 1797. 
Hill, George Birkbeck. Footsteps of Dr. Johnson ; Scotland. 

Lond. 1890. 
Holmes, D. T. Literary tours in the Highlands and Islands. 

. . . Paisley, 1901. 
Johnson, Samuel. A Journey to the western islands of Scotland. 

Lond. 1775. 
Macky, John. A Journey through Scotland. Lond. 1723 
Maxwell, W. H. Sports and adventures in the Highlands . . . 

of Scotland. Lond. 1853. 
[Aberdeen, etc., pp. 95-112.] 
Murray, Hon. Mrs. A Companion to the beautiest of Scotland. 

2 vols. Lond. 1799 ; 2nd ed., 1805. 
Nauticus in Scotland. Lond., [1882]. 
Pennant, Thomas. A Tour in Scotland, [1769 and 1772]. 3 

vols. Lond. 1776. 5th ed., 1790. 
Pennell, Joseph, and Elizabeth R. Our journey to the Hebri- 
des. Lond. 1890. 

[By Dr. Johnson's route reversed. Copiously illustrated.] 
Pocock, Richard. Tours in Scotland, 1747, 1750, 1760. Scot. 

Hist. Soc. Edin. 1887. 
Ray, James. A Complete history of the rebellion . . . 1745. 

York, 1749. 

[Includes narrative of a tour through Kincardine, Aberdeen, and 
Banff, to Inverness.] 
Reid, John T. Art rambles in the highlands and islands of Scot- 
land. Lond. 1878. 

[Aberdeen, Chap, xi.] 
Roger, J. C. Reminiscences of a four weeks' tour in Scotland : 

priv. ptd. Lond. 1895. 

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Sinclair, Catherine. Scotland and the Scotch : or the northern 

circuit. Edin. 1844. 
Spence, Elizabeth Isabella. Letters from the north Highlands. 

Lond. 1817. 
Stowe, Harriet Beecher. Sunny memories of foreign lands. 2 

vols. Boston, Mass. 1854. 
Sutherland, Alexander. A Summer ramble in the north High- 
lands. Bdin. 1825. 
Thornton, Thomas. A Sporting tour through . . . the Highlands 

of Scotland. Lond. 1804. 
Waugh, Edwin. Fourteen days in Scotland. Manch. [I860]. 

[The Lancashire Burns describes his visit to Aberdeen for the 
British Association Meeting in 1859 and excursions to upper 
Deeside, etc.] 
Willis, N. P. A Trip to Scotland. Lond. 1854. 
Wilson, James. A Voyage round the coasts of Scotland and 
the Isles. 2 vols. Edin. 1842. 

[Banftehire coast, etc. ii. 453, et seqJ] 



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XX. POETRY AND ROMANCE 

Aberdeenshire Lintie. 1854. 2nd ed., 1909. 

Alexander, William. Isaac Ronald, the dominie. Life and 

Work, 1882. 
Allardyce, Alexander. Balmoral, a romance of the Queen's 

country. 3 vols. Edin. 1893. 
Anderson, James [pseud. Fergus Mackenzie]. Cruisie sketches. 

1893. 

Sprays of northern pine. Edin. 1897. 

The Humours of Glenbruar. Lond. [1893], and Abd. 1894. 

Anderson, William. Rhymes, reveries, and reminiscences. 1857. 

2nd ed., 1867. 
Besant, Walter, and Rice, James. My little girl. 3 vols. Lond. 
1873. 

[A leading character in the novel was a King's College student. 
See notice by P. J. Anderson, Alma Mater, 22 Oct. 1902.] 
Cameron, J. A. James of the hill. 2 vols. 

The Monks of Grange and Tam of Ruthven. Banff, 1849. 

The Capital of Fisherdom : being scenes and sketches in the 

north of Scotland. [A tale in 16 chapters.] Weekly Free 

Press, concluded April 9, 1887. 
Chalmers, Andrew. A Red-Cross romance. 1893. 
Cobban, J. Maclaren. The Angel of the Covenant. Lond. 1898. 

The King of Andaman. Lond. 1895. 

The Red Sultan. Lond. [1896]. 

Colbum, George. Poems : historical and descriptive. Brechin, 1883. 

Poems on mankind and nature. Glasg. 1891. 

[Deal with localities in Dunnottar, Fetteresso, Fordoun, Garvock, 
etc.] 

Colvin, Margaret. Bell Roger's loon and other stories. 
Craib, Alexander. Malcolm Ross : a romance. Lond. 1900. 
Crawford, Archibald. The Huntly casket. . . . Edin. 1861. 
Cullen, William Robert. The Unwedded bride. Lond. 1910. 
Cumming, A. Tales of the north. Banff, 1847. Reprinted with 

additions. BanfP, 1896. 
Daniel, Robert Mackenzie. The Scottish heiress, a novel. 3 

vols. Lond. 1843. 

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Duncan, Alfred H. Netherton, or life in a Scottish village. 1887. 

Codhaven. 1901. 

E., M. A Man of plain speech. Lond. 1898. 

[A Romance founded on local Quaker persecution of 17th cent.] 
Farquhar, William A. Q. The Fyvie Lintie. 1904. 
Findlay, J. T. The Chosen. Lond. 1905. 

A Deal with the King. Lond. 190L 

Silent places. Lond. 1903. 

Forbes, Alexander Penrose. The Prisoners of Craigmacaire 

[Dunnottar]. Lond. 1852. 
[Forbes, Arthur.] Don : a poem. London, printed in the year 

1655; reprinted, 1742; also Edin. 1814; Fintray, 1849; with 

notes by Charles Dawson. 1797. Other editions, 1805 ; and 

Phd. 1819. 
Forbes, Hon. Mrs. Walter A. D. Nameless. Lond. 1909. 
Gellie, Mary E. Raffan's folk. Lond. [1891]. 
Cordon, Alexander. The Polks o' Carglen. Lond. 1891. 

Northward Ho I Stories of Carglen. Lond. 1894. 

Gordon, Kate. Racy and his sisters : or a few months in Aber- 
deen. Lond. 1885. 

Grant, James. Romance of war : or, the Highlanders in Spain. 
3 vols. Lond. 1846: in France and Belgium. 1 vol. Lond. 1847. 
[The Gordon Highlanders in the Napoleonic wars.] 

Grant, Joseph. Tales of the glens. Stonehaven, 1869. 2nd ed. 
Edin. n.d. 

Grant, Victor. Reclaimed by the sea : a fisher tale. n.d. 

Green, George G. Gordon haven : sketches of fisher life. 1887. 

Greig, Gavin. The Bards of Buchan. Series of articles. Peter- 
head Sentinel, begun Feb. 7, 1914. 

Logic o' Buchan : an Aberdeenshire pastoral. 1899. 

Morrison Gray : or, life in a Buchan schoolhouse. [Serial 

story.] Peterhead Sentinel, Peb. 7, 1914. In progress. 

Hay, William [pseud. Jacob Ruddiman, M.A.] Tales and 

sketches. 1828. 
[Jackson, Mrs.] A Bundle of old stories. 1894. 
Laing, Alexander. The Caledonian itinerary, or a tour on the 

banks of the Dee. 2 vols. 1819. [Inverse.] 

The Donean tourist. 1828. [In verse.] 

158 



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Lauder, Sir Thomas Dick. The Wolfe of Badenoch. 3 vols. 

Lond. 1827. 
Leatham, James. D'ye mind lang syne. Huddersfield, [1912]. 

[First appeared in Peterhead Sentinel, as did other stories from his 
pen, ^.^. "The Lass of Drumlinie," "Agnes le Chiene " and 
'*A Clerical Quixote".] 

Low, William Leslie. By the North Sea shore : a tale of fisher 
life. Lond. 1891. 

Reuben Dean. Edin. 1898. 

Lowe, Charles. A Fallen star : or the Scots of Frederick. 

Lond. 1895. 
McAuIay, Allan. The Safety of the honours. Lond. n.d. 
[Historical novel : preservation of the regalia.] 

Macdonald, George. David Elginbrod. 3 vols. Lond. 1863. 
Alec Forbes of Howglen. 3 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1865. 

Robert Falconer. 3 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1868. 

The Wow o' Riwen. Lond. 1868. 

Ranald Bannermann's boyhood. Lond. 1869. 

Malcolm. 3 vols. Lond. 1874. 

Marquis of Lossie. 3 vols. Lond. 1877. 

Sir Gibbie. 3 vols. Lond. 1879. 

Castle Warlock. Lond. 1882. 

Donal Grant. 3 vols. Lond. 1883. 

The Portent and other stories. Lond. 1871. 

Macdonald, N. A. For stark love and kindness. Lond. 1896. 
Machray, Robert. Sir Hector : the story of a Scots gentleman. 

Lond. 1901. 

[Romance of a Marischal College man.] 
Mackay, George A. Where the heather grows. Paisley, 1897. 
Maclean, Neil N. Life at a northern university. Glasg. 1874. 

Quater-centenary edition, ed. by Wm. Keith Leask. 1906. 

3rd ed. 1914. 
MacLennan, R. J. In yon toon : my friend, Mrs. Simpson. 

Glasg. 1909. 
Maidment, James. A North countrie garland. Edin. 1824. 
Mayo, Isabella Fy vie. Her object in life. Lond. n.d. 
Michie, John Q. Deeside tales. 1872. Ed. by F. C. Diack. 1908. 
Milne, John (Atherb), Stories and story-telling in Buchan. 

Aberdeen Daily Journal, April 19, 26, 1904. 
Minto, William. Was she good or bad ? Lond. 1889. 

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Moore, F. Frankfort. The Laird of Craig Athol. Lend. 1910. 
Philip, John C. Memoirs of an Aberdeen detective. 1903. 
Phillips, J. Q. The Laird's wooing. Lond. 1899. 
The Ploughman student, a story of Aberdeen University.. 

People's Journal, July 25 to Sept. 19, 1874. 
Reid, Sir Wu^h Qilzean. Lowland legends, chiefly relating to 

the Buchan district. Edin. 1865. 

Tween' gloamin' and the mirk. Paisley, 1895. 

Robbie, William. The Heir of Glendornie. 1880. 

Rodger, Ella Hill Burton. The Silver hoard. In 30 chapters.. 

Weekly Free Press, commencing Oct. 10, 1889. 
The Rough tykes of Tarland. [A tale in 5 chapters.] Weekly 

Free Press ^ commencing Jan. 14, 1888. 
Russell, Alexander D. [pseud. Neil RoyJ. The Horseman's word. 

Lond. 1895. 
Schuster, Rose. The Road to victory. [Field Marshal Keith.] 

Lond. 1913. 
Scott, Sir Walter. A Legend of Montrose. [Dugald Dalgety.] 

Edin. 1819. 
Selbie, George A. [pseud, Esme Hope]. William Orleigh. 2 vols. 

Lond. 1890. 
Skelton, John. The Crookit Meg. Edin. 1880. 
Smith, George Watt [pseud. John Harlaw]. Sandy Gordon, 

missionar. Lond. [1908]. 
Smith, Walter Chalmers. Borland Hall. Glasg. 1874. 

North country folks. Glasg. 1883. 

Stables, William Gordon. From ploughshare to pulpit. Lond. 

1895. 
I remember, I remember, or stray leaves from my life log. 

Alma Mater, vol. xi. 1893-94. 
Stark, James. Elspet and her neighbours. 1894. 
Stoker, Bram. The Watter's moo. Lond. 1894. 

The Mystery of the sea. Lond. 1902. 

Tales of Aberdeen. 1844. 

Tennant, Joseph. Jeannie J affray : Aberdeen 260 years ago. 

1909 and 1910. 
Williams, George. Sketches of Scarbraes. Stirling, [1895]. 

The Story of a ploughman. Evening Express, Feb. 23,. 

March 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, 1895. 

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XXI. PERIODICAL LITERATURE 

[Excluding publications of Aberdeen City Institutions.] 

Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire territorial rifle association. 50th 
wapinschaw. 1911. Annual programme. Current. 

Aberdeen and North=east of Scotland union of women workers. 
26th annual report. 1909. Current. 

Aberdeen and Northern Illustrated Magazine. 1889. 

Aberdeen and North of Scotland Trades Directory. Edin. 1898-. 
Current. 

Aberdeen = Angus Cattle Society. Herd book. Vol. I. Banff, 
1884. Current. 

Aberdeen asylum for the blind of Aberdeen, Banff, and Kin- 
cardine. Annual reports. 

Aberdeen, Banff, and Kincardine People's Journal. 1864. 
Originally "The People's Journal". No. 1. Jan. 2, 1858, 
Printed in Dundee. Current weekly. 

Aberdeen, Banff, Kincardine, etc.. Town and County Direc- 
tory. Glasg. 1895. 

Aberdeen Book= lover. No. 1, May, 1913. Current. 

Aberdeen Buchan Association Mag^azine. No. 1. October^ 
1911. Current occasionally : edited by William Walker. 

Aberdeen Catholic Herald for . . . the northern counties. No. 1. 
5th Oct., 1894. Weekly. Current. 

Aberdeen Diocesan Catholic year book. Glasg. 1913. 

Aberdeen Ecclesiological society. Transactions. 4 vols. 1889- 
1905. 

Aberdeen Guardian and Northern Counties Chronicle. 1869. 

** Aberdeen Journal " Notes and Queries. Edited by John A. 
Henderson. Vol. i. 1908. Annual — current. 

[Weekly in the newspaper. Continues the work of " Scottish Notes 
and Queries," and equally indispensable.] 

Aberdeen Saturday Post. 1861. 

Aberdeen town and county association for teaching the blind 
at their homes. Annual reports. 

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ABERDEEN, BANFF, KINCARDINE 

Aberdeenshire, Banffshire, etc., Directory for 1888-9. 1888. 
Aberdeenshire constabulary. Annual police reports. 
Almanacs : — 

Aberdeen Almanac and Northern Register. See p. 42. 

Kincardineshire Almanac. Mont. 1875. 

Kincardineshire Almanac and Official Directory. Stonehaven, 
1890, etc. 

Kincardineshire Household Almanac. Mont. 1879-. A series. 

Mariners' Almanac and Tide Tables for 1913. Current. 

[First issue, 1821, " Aberdeen Tide Tables," afterwards " Inglis' Tide 
Tables ".] 
Supplements to Oliver & Boyd's Edinburgh Almanac. 
County lists. 
Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire. Journal office, Aberd. 1865-. 

Current. 
Angus and Meams Remembrancer. Mont. 1852-58. 
Rodger's Town and County Lists. Angus and Mearns. Mont. 

1859-76. 
Burnett's Town and County Lists. Angus and Mearns. 

Mont. 1877-1900. 
Angus and Mearns Town and County Lists. Arbroath, 1901-. 

Current. 
Douglas's Supplement for the Northern Counties. Invss. 

1831-60. [Banffshire lists.] 
Northern Supplement. Banffshire and Northern Counties. 
Aberdeen Journal office, 1861-. Current. 
Angus and Mearns Business Directory. Mont. 1873. Current. 
Angus and Mearns Commercial and Agricultural Remembrancer. 

Mont. 1827-1858. 
Angus and Mearns Register. Mont. 1808. Current. 
Balmoral Magazine. 1903. 

Banffshire Advertiser and Buckie and Moray Firth Fishing 
and General Gazette. Buckie, No. 1, 17 November, 1881. 
Weekly : current. 
Banffshire Field Club. Transactions. 1880-81, etc. Current. 
Banffshire Herald. Keith: No. 1, 28 May, 1892. Weekly: 

current. 
Banffshire Journal. No. 1. 30 Sept. 1845. Weekly: current. 

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Banffshire Reporter. Portsoy : No. 1, 15 August, 1850. 

Weekly : current. 
Banffshire year book and County Directory, 1875, etc. Banff, 

1874-. Current. 
Banner of Buchan. No. 1. 8 March, 1864. 26 weekly num- 
bers. Phd. 1864. 
Black's Morayshire directory, including the upper district of 

Banffshire. 1863-. 
Braemar Herald and Upper Deeside Advertiser. No. 1. 4th Feb., 

1914. Weekly; current. 
Buchan Almanac. Phd. 1891. Annual : current. 
Buchan Churchman. No. 1. January, 1895. Monthly. 
Buchan Clown. No. 1. 1 iMarch, 1838. 12 pts. Phd. 

1838. 
Buchan Field Club. Transactions. 1887-. Vols. 1-. Phd. 1888-. 

In progress. 
Buchan Journal. No. 1. 4 March, 1865. Weekly to 21 May, 

1866. Phd. 1865-66. 
Buchan Observer. No. 1. 16 January, 1863. Weekly: 

current. Jubilee number, 1913. 
Caledonian Literary and Political Museum. 1815. 
Catholic Directory for the clergy and laity in Scotland. 

Aquhorties. 1829. Annual. Printed in Aberdeen since 1 849-. 
Catholic Herald for Aberdeen, Inverness and the Northern 

Counties. 1894-. 
Christian Apologist and Ecclesiastical Observer. 1864- 
Christian Investigator. 1830-31. 

Churchman's Magazine. January, 1871. Monthly. Phd. 1871-72. 
County Directory of Scotland. Edin. v.y. Current. 
Donside Journal. Fintray, 1843. 
Dufftown News and Speyside Advertiser. Dufftown : No. 1, 

29 September, 1894. Weekly: current. 
East of Scotland Union of Naturalists' Societies. Proceedings, 

1885-. Perth, 1886-. Current. 
Fishing News. No. 1. April 7, 1913. Weekly: current. 
Fraserburgh Advertiser. No. 1. 1852. Weekly: current. 
Fraserburgh Herald. No. 1. 26 March, 1884. Weekly : current. 
Fraserburgh Herring Circular. No. 1. Fraserburgh, July, 

1895. Weekly during the fishing season, July-Sept. 

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ABERDEEN, BANFF, KINCARDINE 

Free Press Fair and Market List for 1909-, 1908-. Current. 

Gordons Regimental Gazette. 1901. 

Highland Society of Scotland, afterwards Highland and Agri- 
cultural Society of Scotland. Prize essays and transactions. 
Four series. Edin. 1799-1888. Fifth series, 1889-. Current. 

Huntly Express. No. 1, 15 August, 1863. Weekly: current. 

Huntly Field Club. Transactions. 1886, etc. Huntly, v.y. 

Inverness Scientific Society and Field Club. Transactions. 
1875-. Invss. [1885-]. In progress. 

Kincardineshire Observer, in which is incorporated the 
Laurencekirk Observer. No. 1, 18 January, 1907. Weekly: 
current. 

Laurencekirk Observer. No. 1, 11 April, 1902. Weekly: 
merged as above. 

Montrose, Arbroath, and Brechin Review, and Forfar and 
Kincardineshires Advertiser. No. 1. January 11, 1811. 
Weekly — current . 

Montrose Chronicle, or Angus and Mearns Advertiser. No. 1. 
Friday, November 19th, 1819. Weekly— current until 1823. 

Montrose Courier and General Advertiser for the counties of For- 
far and Kincardine. No. 1. Friday, May 5, 1815. Weekly 
until May 3, 1816. 

Montrose Express and Angus and Mearns Reporter. No. 1. 2nd 
May, 1889. Weekly until 28 Nov., 1889. 

Montrose Standard and Angus and Mearns Register. No. 1. 
June 20, 1837. Weekly— current. 

North Briton. 1825. 

Northern Advertiser. 1856-1902. 

Northern Association of literary and scientific societies. Trans- 
actions. Vol. I-. Invss., etc., 1888-. in progress. 

Northern Daily News. 1891-92. 

Northern Evening News. 1892-93. 

Northern Examiner. 1860. 

Northern Telegraphic News. 1854. 

North of Scotland Gazette. 1845. 

Penny Free Press and Northern Advertiser. 1855-56. 

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Peterhead Advertiser and Buchan Journal. No. 1, 20 June, 

1856. Phd. 1856. Weekly for six months. 
Peterhead Almanac and Buchan Directory. Phd. 1864. 
Peterhead Almanac and Directory. Phd. 1853. 
Peterhead Register and General Advertiser. No. 1, April, 1844. 

Phd. 1844-47. Monthly. 
Peterhead Sentinel. No. 1,6 June, 1856. Weekly: current. 

Jubilee number. July, 1906. Phd. 1906. 

Rural Echo : and Magazine of the North of Scotland Mutual 

Instruction Association. Nos. 1-6. 1850. 
Schoolmasters' Widows Fund. Annual reports from 1807. Edin. 

1808- . Current. 
Scottish Educational Year Book and Diary for 1891-[1890]. 

Current. 
Scottish Farmer and Gardener's Journal. 1845-47. 
Scottish Notes and Queries. [Edited by John Bulloch.] 20 

vols. 1888-1907. 

[Indispensable to students of north-eastern history.] 
Selector. No. 1, 6 June, 1817. 13 pts. Phd. 1817. 
Shetland pony stud book. Vol. I. 1891-. Annual — in progress. 
Slater's Royal National Directory of Scotland. Manchester, v.y. 

Current. 
Star of Drum and Deeside Advertiser. 1898. 
Stonehaven Iris, or Kincardineshire Literary Journal. No. 1. 

Jan. 1st, 1838. 
Stonehaven Journal and Kincardineshire Advertiser. No. 1. 

1843. Weekly : current. 
Stonehaven Luminary. No. 1. Stonehaven, 1830. 
Stonehaven News. No. 1. June 14, 1904. Weekly to April, 1906. 
United Free Church presbytery of Aberdeen. Calendar for 

1909-10. 
United Operative Masons and Granite Cutters' Journal. No. 1. 

May, 1901. Monthly — current. 
Wee Willie Winkie. 1891-97. 



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XXII. GUIDE BOOKS, VIEWS, AND MAPS 

Aberdeen, Braemar, and Deeside. 1854 and 1855. 

Aberdeen, Deeside, etc., Guide to. [Ward, Lock & Co.] Lond. 

[1903.] 
Anderson, George and Peter. Guide to the highlands and 

islands of Scotland. Lond. 1834. [Across the Grampians 

to Braemar, etc.], pp. 166-80. 2nd ed., Edin. 1842, pp. 

206-22 ; 3rd ed., Edin. 1850, pp. 275-339 ; 4th ed., 3 pts., 

Edin. 1863, pp. 394-503. 
Anderson, Robert Descriptive sketch of the G.N.S.R. and 

branches. In "Programme for tourists," 1895-1913. 

Deeside. Illus. by William Smith, Jr. 1911. 

Anderson, William. Guide to Formartine and Buchan railway. 

Phd. 1862. 
Annand, James. Cruden Bay and the land of the "Crookit 

Meg". 1899. 
Baddeley, M. J. B. Scotland. Thorough guide series. In three 

parts. Lond. 1881-. Several eds. 
Bennett, William. The Strangers' guide, to which is added a 

companion for the Aberdeen railway. 1851. Another, 1855. 
Black's Aberdeenshire guide, including Banff and Elgin. 6th 

ed. Edin. 1880. 
Black*s picturesque tourist of Scotland. Ed. by James Taylor. 

Edinb. 1840. Ed. by G. E. Mitton. 1907. 
Cornwall, George. Cornwall's guide to the railways, coaches, 

and steamers of the principal towns in Scotland. No. L 

December, 1853. Monthly. Current. 

There are also published in Aberdeen, " A.B.C. time table," at the 
yournal and Express Office; and "Traveller's time table and 
diary " at the Free Press and Evening Gazette Office. 

Coutts, James. Dictionary of Deeside. 1899. 
Craighead, James. Craighead's excursionist. No. 1 (Monymusk) 
and No. 2 (Banchory). 1859. 

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GUIDE BOOKS, VIEWS, AND MAPS 

Cramond, William. Guide to Grantown and district. Dundee, 

1897. 
Dalgarno, James. From the Brig o' Balgownie ... to the 

Bullers of Buchan. 1890. Other editions, 1891 and 1896. 
Deeside guide. 1885. 

descriptive and traditionary. 1891. 

Deeside railway, Stranger's guide for the. 1854. 
Dinnie, Robert. Deeside guide. 1879. 

Donside, Guide to. 1844. 3rd ed., 1852 ; others, 1855, 1866, etc. 

Dufftown and Strathspey railways, Description of. Banff, 
1863. 

Duncan's Itinerary of Scotland. 6th ed. Glasg. 1827. 

Ferguson, William. Great North of Scotland railway. [His- 
torical guide.] Edin. 1881. 

Formartine and Buchan railway, Description of. Banff, 1865. 

Guide book to the. Lewis and James Smith. 1862. 

[George, J. F.] Munro'sguide to Aberdeen and Deeside. [1903.] 

Munro's tourist guide to the north of Scotland. . . . [1904.] 

Grant, David. A Handbook to the Great North of Scotland 

railway. 1862. 

Hay, J. Marley, and Gibb, A. Scenery of the Dee. 1884. 

Keddie, William. The Royal route ... to the valley of the 
Dee, Glen Tilt, etc. Glasg. [1865]. 

Longmuir, John. Speyside : its picturesque scenery and anti- 
quities. . . . 1860. 

McConnachie, A. I. Ben Muich Dhui and his neighbours. 1885. 

Bennachie, 1890. 2nd ed. 189 . 

[ ] Buchan illustrated. [1905.] 

Deeside. 1893. 2nd ed., 1895. 

Donside. 1900. 

Lochnagar. 1891. 

Queen Victoria's highland home and vicinity. [1897.] 

The Royal Dee. 1898. 

Strathspey. 1902. 

Murray's Handbook for travellers in Scotland. Xond. 1867.. 

8th ed., by S. Moncrieff Penney, 1903. 
Ramsay, Alexander. Guide to the Great North of Scotland 

railway. Banff, 1854. 

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ABERDEEN, BANFF, KINCARDINE 

Reid, William. Grantown and the adjacent country : a guide to 

Strathspey. Grantown, 1883. 
[Three later editions.] 
[Rhind, Wiliiain.] Anderson's tourist guide through Scotland. 

John Anderson, Jr. Edin. 1837. 2nd ed., 1838. 

The Scottish tourists* portable guide. . . . Excursions up 

the Dee to Ballater. , . . Lizars, Edin. [1845]. 

The Scottish tourist. W. H. Lizars, Edin. 9th ed., [1842] ; 

18th ed., 1850. 

[Afterwards published by T. Nelson & Son.] 

[Robertson, Joseph, Ferres, John, and Duncan, William.] A 

Guide to the highlands of Deeside. By James Brown. 
1831. 

[First issued according to Sir Arthur Mitchell in 1828, and to Rev. 
James Smith in 1829, but not seen.] 

The Guide to Deeside. By James Brown. 1835. 

The New Deeside guide. By James Brown. [1832], also 

1842, 1843, 1846, 1856, 1859, 1860, 1862, 1866, 1868, 1869, 
1876, 1877, etc. 

The Deeside guide. [With additions by James Cromar.] 

1885, also 1893. 

Robson, George Pennell. Scenery of the Grampian mountains. 
Lond. 1814, also 1819. 

Scotland delineated. Edin. 1791. 

Scotland described. 3rd ed. Edin. 1806. 

See-as-you-go guide to the railways in the north-east of Scot- 
land. Elgin, 1899. 

51ezer, John. Theatrum Scotiae. Lond. 1693. 

Speyside mail. New highland route open to the public. Banff, 
1848. 

Speyside, Views of. Pp. 64. 1909. 

Strathspey railway, Guide to the. Elgin, 1863. 

Traveller's guide through Scotland. 8th ed. 2 vols. Edin. 
1824. 

Views of the Seats of noblemen and gentlemen in Scotland. Jones 
8i Co., Lond. 1829. 

[Arbuthnott, Castle Forbes, Castle Eraser, Craigston, Crathes, 
Drum, Duff House, Fyvie, Gordon Castle.] 

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GUIDE BOOKS, VIEWS, AND MAPS 

Maps 

Aberdeenshire. W. H. Lizars. N.S.A. xii. 1843. 

Armstrong's Scots atlas. Lend. 1777. 

Banff and Macduff. Capt. Slater. Admiralty map. 1834. 

Banffshire. W. H. Lizars. N.S.A. xiii. 1843. 

Bartholomew, J. Q. Royal Scottish Geographical society's atlas 
of Scotland. 2 miles to 1 inch. 1895. 

Aberdeen and Banff. 4 miles to 1 inch. In Watt's ** Aber- 
deen and Banff". 1900. 

Brown's map of the environs of Aberdeen. A. Brown & Co., 
circ. 1899. 

Cooper and Jaffray. A Draught of the town and sea coast about 
Peterhead, commonly called Buchan Ness. 1739. 

Faden, William. Maps of Scotland. 1840. 

Garden's map of Kincardineshire. 1774. 

Gordon, Robert. The two shyres Aberdene and Banf, with such 
countreys and provinces as are comprehended under them. In 
Blaeu's Atlas. Amsterdam, 1654. 

[Reprinted in Robertson's " Collections," 1843, and Watt's " Aber- 
deen and Banff," 1900.] 

Johnston, W. & A. K. County map of Aberdeenshire. [1848.] 
Kincardineshire. W. H. Lizars. JV.S.A. xi. 1842. 
Kitchin, Thomas. Geographia Scotiae : being new and correct 
maps of all the counties and islands in the kingdom of Scot- 
land. Lond. 1749. 
JLawson, John Parker, and Rhind, William. The Descriptive 
atlas of Scotland. Edin. . . . Aberd., Lewis Smith, 1842. 
Leslie, John. Scotiae regni descriptio. Map in the " De origine 

. . . Scotorum ". Rome, 1578. 
Lizars, W. H. Travelling map of Scotland . . . upon a new and 
improved plan. [In book form.] P. Hill & Co., Edin. [1820]. 
[" Smacks sail between Leith and Aberdeen once a week. Three 
steamers are building to sail daily and are expected to be 
finished early in the summer of 1821."] 

Lothian, J. Map of the counties of Aberdeen and Banff. Edin. 

1830. 
A New map of Aberdeenshire. Kitchin. Lond. [1770]. 

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Ordnance survey : — 

Aberdeenshire. 1864-71. Maps on 1 inch, 6 inch, and 25 inch 
scales^ with area books. 

Revised survey. 1899-1903. Maps on 6 inch (quarter 

sheet), and 25 inch scales, 

Also Aberdeen and Peterhead. On ^ J^ scale ; revised 

in 1899-1900. 

Banffshire. 1865-70. Maps on 1 inch, 6 inch, and 25 incb 
scales, with area books. 

Revised survey. 1900-03. Maps on 6 inch (quarter sheet), 

and 25 inch scales. 

Kincardineshire. 1863-65. Maps on 1 inch, 6 inch, and 25 
inch scales, with area books. 

Revised survey. 1899-1902. Maps on 6 inch (quarter 

sheet), and 25 inch scales. 

Also Stonehaven. On ^^ scale, revised 1899-1900. 

Robertson's county map of Aberdeen, Banff, and Kincardine.. 

1822. 

Shearar, John. Old maps and map makers of Scotland. Edin. 
1905. 

Shires of Banff and Aberdeen. In Hermann Moll's Atlas. 1725. 

Taylor and Skinner. Survey maps of the roads of North Britain 
or Scotland. 1776. 

Thomson's atlas of Scotland. Edin. 1826 ; another ed., 1832. 

Tourists' map of the north and eastern parts of Scotland, show- 
ing the various lines of railway. Edin. 1848. 



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BIBLIOGRAPHY 

Aberdeen University Library Bulletin. No. 1. October^ 
19n. Issued three times a year. In progress. 

[Edited by P. J. Anderson and Maud Storr Best. Parts 1-6 
complete vol. i, which, besides lists of accessions, etc., con- 
tains "An Ideal for the University Library," by J. M. Bulloch; 
the first instalment of '♦ Catalogue of the Taylor collection of 
metrical psalters," with memoir of its collector by Dr. P. 
Giles; "Arcades ambo J[ohn] F[yfe]-R[obert] W[alker]," by 
W. Keith Leask; "The Library catalogues of 1873-74," by 
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Scottish bibliography. Scot. Rev. xxix, 101. 

Anderson, John P. Book of British topography. Lond. 1881. 
Anderson, P. J. Bibliography of Aberdeen periodical literature. 
Local bibliography. 

[Beginning with The Murray lectures at King's College (i. 135-137), 
Mr. Anderson made extensive bibliographical contributions to 
the twenty volumes of Scottish Notes and Queries, 1688-1907, 
generally under the headings above noted.] 

Bibliography of Alexander Bain. In his " Autobiography," 

pp. 425-435. 1904. 

Bibliography of Alexander Walker, LL.D., late dean of guild. 

1903. 

Bibliography of Dr. William Cramond's publications. S.N. 

and Q. 2nd ser. viii, 154-56. 

Bibliography of Rev. James Aberigh MacKay. Inverness 

Courier. June 30, 1908, Jan. 29, 1909. 

Bibliography of Scoticisms. Notes and Queries^ 7th ser. ii, 363. 

Bibliography of Sir William D. Geddes. Alma Mater ^ xvii., 

pp. 152, 161. 1900. 

Bibliography of the University Quatercentenary. In " Re- 
cord of the quatercentenary," pp. 590-598. 1907. 

Collections towards a bibliography of the Universities of 

Aberdeen. In "Studies in the history of the Univ.". 1906. 
pp. 385-525. 

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Anderson, P. J. Collections towards a bibliography of the Uni- 
versities of Aberdeen. Edin. 1907. 

[An enlarged work, illustrated ; limited issue to members of the 
Edinburgh Bibliographical Society.] 

Collections towards the preparation of the Fasti of Marischal 

College. 1886. 

Duncan Liddel, M.D., professor in the University of Helm- 

stadt, 1591-1607. 1910. 

Ewen Maclachlan. [Bibliography of his works.] Notes and 

Queries, 10th ser. xi, 150. 

Forerunners of Alma Mater. Alma Mater, xxi, 121. 

Literature of the Robertson Smith case. S.JV. and Q. v, 

141, 159; vii, 184; viii, 10, 190; ix, 171. 

Meston, the imitator of Hudibras. [Notice and bibliography 

of the works of William Meston, Jacobite poet.] Notes and 
Queries, 7th ser. x, 21. 

Notes on academic theses, with bibliography of Duncan 

Liddel. Edinb. Bibliog. Soc. 1912. Illus. 

Theses by Mr. Secretary Thomas Reid. Notes and Queries, 

11th ser. iv, 163. 

Theses by Principal Andrew Aidie. Notes and Queries, 11th 

ser. iii, 247. 

William Chalmers of Fintray and Fastemburg. Notes and 

Queries, 11th ser. iii, 181. 

[Bibliography, with notice also of the works of David Chalmers 
(Fintraeus)]. 

Anderson, Robert. Bibliography of Aberdeen publications. 
1890-99. 

[Contributed to Scottish Notes and Queries. 1891-1903.] 

[Bibliography of] Brown's Deeside guide. Ibid. 2nd ser. 

vii, 187-89. 

Bain, Alexander. Catalogue of library of Mechanics* Institution, 

Aberdeen. 1839. 
Bale, John, Bishop of Ossory. Illustrium Majoris Britannias 
scriptorum summarium. Ipswich, 1548. 

[The earliest British biographical and bibliographical compilation ; 
containing notices of Hector Boece, Gilbert Crab, and other 
Aberdeen authors, with lists of their publications.] 

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BIBLIOGRAPHY 

Bartholomew, J. G. The Cartography of Scotland. In " Royal 

Scottish Geographical Society's Atlas of Scotland". Edin. 

1895. 
Browning, William. Alexander Johnston Chalmers Skene, 

M.D., LL.D., [nat. Fyvie, 1838.] A chronological biography 

and bibliography. [100 publications.] Brooklyn Medical 

Journal. 1897. 
Buchanan, David. De scriptoribus Scotis libri duo. Ed. by 

David Irving. Bannatyne club. Edin. 1837. 
[Bulloch, John.] Files of the local Aberdeen press, past and 

present. S.N. and Q. ix, 170. 

[A useful directory showing where they may be consulted.] 

Bulloch, J. M. Chronological list of Aberdeen newspapers and 
magazines. 1889. 

[An Index to his bibliographical communications in 6.iV. and Q. 
vol. 1, 1888, which were much extended in subsequent years.] 

Sketch bibliography of Gordon genealogy. In " House of 

Gordon ". Vol \, pp. xxix-lxxiii. Continued in vol. ii, pp. 
xxv-xliv. 

Cameron, James. A Bibliography of Peter Buchan's publica- 
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and Johnston, William. A Bibliography of Slezer's 

Theatrum Scotiae. With analytical table of the plates. Ibid. 

Cash, C. G. Manuscript maps by Pont, the Gordons and Adair 
in the Advocates' library, Edinburgh. Scot. Geographical 
Mag. xxiii, 574-92. 

[With bibliography. Of 111 maps described, 64 are by Robert 
and James Gordon, while 35 by Pont are enriched by Robert 
Gordon's emendations. Many relate to the N.E. and High- 
lands.] 

Chalmers, George. A Chronological list of newspapers from the 
epoch of the civil wars. In " Life of Thomas Ruddiman '\ 
Lond. 1794. 

[Many additions noted in " British Bibliographer," i, 516.] 

A List of the books printed by Thomas Ruddiman. Ibid. 

Charters, Laurence. Account of the learned men and writers in 

Aberdeen, [circa 1710.] Privately printed : ed. by James 
Maidment. Edin. 1833. 

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Cowan, William. Bibliography of the book of common order 
and psalm book of the church of Scotland, 1556-1644. Edin- 
burgh Bibliographical Society. Edin. 1913. 
Crawley, W. J. C. Rev. Dr. [James] Anderson's non-masonic 

writings, 1712-39. Margate, 1905. 
Dempster, Thomas. Historia ecclesiastica gentis Scotorum ; 
sive, De scriptoribus Scotis. Bologna, 1627. Reprinted by 
the Bannatyne Club. 2 vols. Edin. 1829. 

[The earliest bibliography by a Scot, containing much information 
on learned Aberdonians at Continental Universities, and their 
works.] 
Edmond, J. P. The Aberdeen printers : Edward Raban to James 
Nicol, 1620-1736. [Limited issue.] 1886. 

Last notes on Aberdeen printers. [56 copies priv. ptd.] 1888. 

Fairley, John A. Peter Buchan, printer and ballad collector. 

With a bibliography. Phd. 1903. 
Fraser, Q. M. An Aberdeenshire rural press. [James Gumming, 
Hatton of Fintray.J In '^ Lone Sheiling," 169-79. 

Publiclibrary, Aberdeen. Catalogue of local collection. 1914. 

Gross, Charles. Bibliography of British municipal history. New 

York, 1897. 

Humphreys, Arthur L. Catalogue of the Skene library belong- 
ing to his Grace the Duke of Fife at Mar Lodge, Aberdeen- 
shire. Privately printed. 1898. 

Johnston, William. Bibliography and extant portraits of 
Arthur Johnston, M.D., physician to James VI. and Charles 
\. Priv. ptd. 1895. 2nd ed., 1896. 

Bibliography of Aberdeen periodical literature. Contribu- 
tions to Scottish Notes and Queries, v.y. 

Bibliography of the thumb bibles of John Taylor (the water 

poet). 1910. 

[The edition printed by John Forbes, 1670, is our tiniest publication.] 
Johnstone, James Fowler Kellas. A Concise bibliography of the 
history of the city of Aberdeen and its institutions. 1913. 

A Concise bibliography of the history, topography and in- 
stitutions of the shires of Aberdeen, Banff, and Kincardine. 
1914. 

Local bibliography. S.N. and Q. 1895-1904. 

[Many contributions in supplement of A. W. Robertson's *' Hand 
List".] 

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BIBLIOGRAPHY 

Johnstone, James Fowler Kellas. Scriptorum Aberdonensium 
incunabula. S.N. and Q. x, 1, 17, 33; xii, 98, 125. 

and Cowan, William. Peter Williamson's press. S.JV, 

and Q. ix, 29, 47. 

Law, Thomas Graves. Bibliography of the lives of the Scottish 
Capuchins, John Forbes and George Leslie. Edin. 1896. 

Lawrance, Robert Murdoch. Bibliography of Aberdeen periodi- 
cals. Contributions to Scottish Notes and Queries, new 
series, vols. 3-8, 1902-07 ; and to A. y. and Q., vols. i.-v. 

Lawrence, Calder M. Bibliography of local shorthand magazines. 
In " Aberdeen souvenir — Pitman centenary ". 1913. 

Lee, John. Editions of the Psalms, Confession of Faith, Shorter 
Catechism, Proverbs of Solomon, etc., printed in Scotland : 
Pulpit bibles used in parish churches of Scotland. In " Addi- 
tional Memorial". Edin. 1826. 

Leith, William Forbes. Bibliographic des livres publics a Paris 
et a Lyon par les savants ecossais refugies en France au 
xvi^ siecle. Paris, 1912. 

[More than half of them Aberdonians : an incomplete list.] 

Mackenzie, George. Lives of the most eminent v^^riters of the 
Scots nation with a catalogue of their works. Edin. 1708-22. 
[Educated at King's college, the compiler gives prominence to the 
sons of his alma mater.] 

Mitchell, Sir Arthur. A List of travels, tours, journeys, excursions, 
rambles, visits, etc., relating to Scotland. Proc. Soc. Antiq. 
Scot., XXXV, 431-638; xxxix, 500-27; xliv, 390-405. 

Robertson, A. W. Catalogue of Anderson free library, Woodside. 
Supplements, 1883 and 1898: Section 97. Local literature. 

Catalogue of the royal library, Balmoral. [Seven copies 

printed.] 1901. 

[ ] Hand list of bibliography of the shires of Aberdeen, Banff, 

and Kincardine. New Spalding Club. 1893. 

Robertson, Joseph. Sketch of the history of Scottish almanacs. 
New Edinb. Aim., 1838, 454 : rep., S.N. and Q., x, 145. 

Ruddiman, Thomas. Bibliotheca Romana. Edin. 1737. 

Skeat, W. W., and Nodal, J. H. Bibliographical list illustrative 
of various dialects of English. Eng. Dialect Soc. Lond. 1877. 
[The Scottish dialects. Pp. 133-56. Very imperfect.] 

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5mith, William Robertson. Sale catalogue of the library of 
Professor Andrew Scott. 1871. 

[See George Walker's " Aberdeen awa'," pp. 260-62.] 

Taylor, William Lawrence. Bibliography of Peterhead periodi- 
cal literature. 1889. 

Bibliography of Peterhead literature. Phd. 1901. 

Terry, Charles Sanford. Catalogue of publications of Scottish 
historical and kindred clubs and societies, etc. 1909. 

Index to the papers relating to Scotland, described or 

calendared in the Hist. Mss. Com. reports. Glasg. 1908. 

Thomson, James Booth. Bibliography of Aberdeen and North- 
eastern publications, 1909-12. 1910-13. 
Urquhart, Sir Thomas. The Discovery of a most excellent jewel. 
. . . Lond. 1652. Reprinted, Edin. 1782: Glasg. 1834. 

[Cataloguing the works of some distinguished Aberdeen contempo- 
raries of the author, who entered King's College in 1622.] 

Walker, George. Aberdeen bibliographer's manual. 

[Nine articles contributed to Aberdeen Herald, 20 Nov., 1858, to 
26 March, 1859.] 

Walker, William. Bibliography of local poetry to 1860. 1887. 
Watt, James Crabb. Bibliography of Kincardineshire and carto- 
graphy. In ''The Mearns of old". Edin. 1914. 

Watt, William. List of books relating to Aberdeen and Banff. 
[1900.] 

[Reprinted from his " History of Aberdeen and Banff," pp. 389-425.2 



The following historical works in MS., largely bibliographical, are pre- 
served in the University library : — 

Gordon, Thomas. Collections on King's College. 2 vols. [1733-97.] 
Knight, William. Collections on Marischal College. 8 vols. 

[1823-44.] 
Robertson, Joseph. Biographia Aberdonensis. 3 vols. [1826-65.] 



Two projected works of which no MS. has been traced, were 
Ker, John. Athenae nostrae Aberdonenses. [1717-34.] 
Melvin, James. Orationes panegyricae habitae in academiis Abre- 
donensibus. 



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INDEX 



Abbotshall, 90. 
Abbreviations, list of, viii. 
Aberchirder, 110. 
Abercromby, Hon. John, 60. 
Aberdeen — 

Agricultural education, 33. 

almanacs : historical note, 42. 

and the introduction of printing to 
Scotland in 1507, 41. 

Boys' and Girls' Hospital, 32. 

the Bridges, 15. 

Burghers, Anti-burghers, etc., 26. 

Census, 9. 

Church of Scotland Training Col- 
lege, 33. 

Congregationalism, 26. 

Culture : poetry, music, and art, 34. 

Directories, 43. 

the Drama, 40. 

Endowments Trust, 33. 

Fisheries, 37. 

Freemasonry, 39. 

General church history, 22 ; recent 
historical notices, 23. 

Gordon's Hospital and College, 32. 

Grammar School, 31. 

Guide books, 19. 

Guildry and incorporated trades, 36. 

Harbour, 37. 

Historic culture, 34. 

Industries, 38. 

John Campbell Gordon, 1th Earl of, 
112. 

yournal, the oldest newspaper in 
Scotland, 44. 

Law and lawyers, 34. 

Magazines, 45. 

the Market Cross, 15. 

Medical and Surgical Science, 34. 

Military and volunteers, 40. 

the National Covenant, 24. 

Newspapers, 44. 

Presbytery of, 68. 

Public charities, 39. 



Aberdeen — cont. — 

Public parks and Scotstown moor, 16. 

the railways, 38. 

School Board, 33. 

Scientific institutions, 35. 

the Song School, 32. 

United Free Church of Scotland, 26. 

Various institutions, 40. 

the Wells and Loch, 15. 
Aberdeenshire, 56, 131, 132, 133, 137, 

161, 162. 
Aberdeenshire Lintie, 157. 
Aberdour, 71. 
Abergairden, 99. 
Abergeldie, 83, 84. 
Aberlour, 71 ; presbytery of, 68. 
Aberluthnot, 111. 
Abernethy, George, 75. 
Abernethy, presbytery of, 68. 
Aboyne and Glentannar, 72. 
Ackermann, August, 143. 
Acworth, W- M., 38, 137. 
Adam, Peter, 72. 
Adams, James, 143. 
Agnew, J. M., 87. 
Aidie, Andrew, 172. 
Ainslie, A, Douglas, 129. 
Airth, Earldom of, 91, 92. 
Aitken, Robert, 111. 
Aldis, H. G., 171. 
Alexander, James, 143, 149. 
Alexander, John (1645), 24. 
Alexander, John, Kildrummy, 25. 
Alexander, John, 15. 
Alexander, William, 16, 26, 101, 137, 

141, 143, 152, 157. 
Alford, 72 ; presbytery of, 68. 
Allan, J. Buckley, 32. 
Allan of Easter Crombie, 110. 
Allan, Richard A., 13. 
Allardice, Robert Barclay, 91, 92. 
Allardyce, Alexander, 31, 153, 157. 
Allardyce, Ann D. B., 13, 143. 
Allardyce, James, 47, 75, 126, 128. 



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Allardyce of that Ilk, 79. 

Allen, J. Romilly, 47. 

Almanacs, 42, 162. 

Alvah, 73. 

Anderson, Adam, 137. 

Anderson, Alexander. 32. 

Anderson, Duncan, 152. 

Anderson, George, 166. 

Anderson, Isobel Harriet, 124. 

Anderson, James, 67. 

Anderson, James, D.D., 174. 

Anderson, James {Fergus Mackenzie), 

157. 
Anderson, James, LL.D., 101, 137. 
Anderson, James, Stonehaven, 131. 
Anderson, John, 47. 
Anderson, John, Edinburgh, 168. 
Anderson, John {genealogist), 62, 124. 
Anderson, John, Lentush, 124. 
Anderson, John F., 40. 
Anderson, John P., 171. 
Anderson, Joseph, 47. 
Anderson, P. J., 9, 14, 22, 23, 27, 28, 

31, 33, 36, 56, 58, 60, 63, 86, 89, 95, 

96, 103, 122, 124, 133, 138, 157, 

171, 172. 
Anderson, Peter, 166. 
Anderson, Robert, 13, 15, 19, 32, 38, 

59, 60, 72, 81, 91, 93, 952, 96,98, 

100, 101, 111, 113, 118, 125, 126, 

127. 129, 166, 172. 
Anderson, William, v, 47. 
Anderson, William {constable), 157. 
Anderson, William, Peterhead, 119, 166. 
Anderson, William {t>recentor), 34. 
Andersons in Phingask, 96. 
Angus, J. Keith, 40. 
Annand, James, 166. 
Annand, James, Inverurie, 102. 
Arbuthnot, James, 119. 
Arbuthnott, 73. 
Arbuthnott, Family of, 73. 
Archibald, John, 66, 103. 
Ardallie, 116. 
Arnott, Elinor, 28. 
Asleed, 113. 
Auchinblae, 93. 
Auchindoir and Kearn, 73. 
Auchiries, 122. 
Auchmacoy, 109. 
Auchredie, 114. 
Auchterless, 73. 
Ayton, R., 154. 

Baddeley, M. J. B., 166. 
Bain, Alexander, 171, 172. 
Bain, Ebenezer, 36, 37. 
Bain, Joseph, 47. 

I 



Baird, William, 71,75. 

Bale, John, 172. 

Balgownie, 117. 

Ballater, 99. 

Balvenie, 58, 114. 

Banchory-Devenick, 74. 

Banchory-Ternan, 74. 

Banff, Parish of, 75. 

Banffshire, 58, 131, 132, 133, 137, 162, 

163. 
Bankhead, 115. 
Bannerman of Elsick, 91. 
Bannerman, Thomas, 36. 
Bannerman, William, 55, 59, 87, 97, 103. 
Barbour, John, 143. 
Barclay, James William, 137. 
Barclay, John, 24, 70. 
Barclay, John, Fettercairn, 91. 
Barclay of Urie, 92. 
Barclay, Robert, 24, 92. 
Barclay, William, 62, 94. 
Barclay, William, M.D., 15. 
Barclay, William, Towie, 128. 
Barclay -Allardice, Robert, 91, 92. 
Barclays of Barclay, Tollie, etc., 74, 98. 
Barmekin, 90. 
Barrett, Michael, 65. 
Barron, Douglas Gordon, 92, 107. 
Bartholomew, J. G., 169, 173. 
Bayne, Peter, 69. 
Beard, Charles, 76. 
Beaton, Helen, 137. 
Beattie, George, 143. 
Beattie, James {Minstrel), 13, 17, 93, 

143. 
Belhelvie, 78. 
Bell, Thomas, 68. 
Bellenden, John, 144. 
Bellesheim, Alphons, 65. 
Bellie, 78. 

Benachie, 81, 118, 167. 
Benholm, 79. 
Ben Muich Dhui, 167. 
Bennett, William, 19, 166. 
Benson, James Speid, 39. 
Bereans, 91. 
Berry, James G., 109. 
Bervie, 79. 
Besant, Walter, 157. 
Best, Maud Storr, 171. 
Bethelnie, 111, 112. 
Beveridge, William, 71. 
Billings, R. W., 13, 47. 
Bin of Cullen, 86. 
Birnie, A. R., 144. 
Birse. 79. 
Biscoe, A. C, 91. 
Bisset, John, 16. 

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Black, George F., 149. 

Black, James, 137. 

Black, William George, 149. 

Blackball, Gilbert, 65, 72. 

Blackballs of tbat Ilk and Barra, 
103. 

Blackwell, Thomas, yr., 28, 29. 

Blaikie, James, 137. 

Blaikie, John, 152. 

Blaikie, William Garden, 152. 

Blair, Oswald Hunter, 65. 

Blairdaff, 81. 

Blairs, 111, 

Blundell, Odo, 65, 72. 

Boase, Frederic, v, 47. 

Boddam, 119. 

Boece, Hector, 21, 47, 65, 144, 172. 

Boharm, 79. 

Borland, William, 23. 

Boswell, James, 154. 

Botarie, 81. 

Botfield, Beriab, 154. 

Botripbnie, 79. 

Boulton, W., 20. 

Bouquet, Michel, 154. 

Bourtie, 80. 

Boyd, William, 125. 

Boyd, William K., 47. 

Boyndie, 80. 

Boyne, 59, 138. 

Braemar, 83. 
Brand, John, 149. 
Brebner, James, 96. 
Bremner, Alexander, 96, 133. 
Bremner, David, 138. 
Brook, Alexander J. S., 28, 67. 
Brown, J. T. T., 144. 
Brown, James, 19, 168. 
Brown, James, Elgin, 114. 
Brown, Jobn, M.D., 115. 
Brown, P. Hume, 52. 
Brown, R. N. Rudmose, 60. 
Brown, Thomas, 144. 
Brown, William, 106. 
Brown & Co., Alexander, 169. 
Browne, James, 47. 
Browning, William, 173. 
Bruce, Alexander, 125. 
Bruce, Isabella M,, 138. 
Bruce, James, 14, 23, 34. 
Bruce, W. S., 28. 
Bruce, William, 119. 
Bryce, George, 48. 
Bryce, William Moir, 22, 65. 
Brydall, Robert, 133. 
Bucban, 59, 138. 
Buchan, the Book of, 60. 
Bucban, Charles Forbes, 93. 



80, 



Bucban, David, Wth Earl of, 154. 

Bucban, Elspetb Simpson or, 80. 

Bucban, Patrick, 144. 

Bucban, Peter, 89, 112, 119, 173. 

Buchanan, David, 173. 

Bucbanan, Robert, 63. 

Buchanan, William, 16. 

Buchanites, 80. 

Buckie, 122, 123. 

Buckle, Henry Tbomas, 47. 

Buie, James, 60, 94. 

Bulloch, Jobn, 16. 

Bulloch, Jobn, 11, 14, 26, 35, 37, 56, 
133, 165, 173. 

Bulloch, Jobn Malcolm, 15, 27, 28, 36, 
402, 47^ 53^ 55^ 71^ 72, 742^ 76, 77, 
78, 812, 822, 83, 90, 94, 96, 97, 1022, 
103, 104, 105, 109, 114, 116, 117, 
118, 1222, 123, 124, 129, 141, 171, 
173. 

Burness, Jobn, 144. 

Burnet, Gilbert, 47. 

Burnett, George, 52, 75, 85, 91, 93, 105, 
106. 

Burnett, J. G., 117. 

Burnett, Jobn, 43. 

Burnett, William Kendall, 75, 82. 

Burnett of Craigmyle, 106. 

Burnett of Crimond, 85. 

Burnett of Kemnay, 105. 

Burnett of Leys, 75. 

Burnett of Monboddo, 93. 

Burnett of Sauchen, 82. 

Burns, Robert, 42, 98, 99. 

Burr, George Gordon, 14. 

Burt, Edward, 154. 

Burton, John Hill, 13, 48, 52, 83'. 

Butler, Dugald, 25, 69. 

Byres, Family of, 128. 

Byron, George Gordon, Lord, 72, 96, 97. 

Cabrach, 80. 

Cadenhead, Family of, 117. 
Cadenbead, George, 11, 117. 
Cadenbead, William, 19. 
Cadiou, Andrew, 41. 
Cairnbulg, 122. 
Cairngorm Mountains, 83, 84. 
Cairnie, 81. 
Cairn o' mount, 126. 
Calamy, Edward, 154. 
Calder of Assuanley, 98. 
Calder, Robert Hogg, 144. 
Calderwood, David, 63. 
Cameron, Alexander, 116. 
Cameron, Archibald C, 91. 
Cameron, J. A., 157. 
Cameron, James, 173. 



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Campbell, George, 63. 
Campbell, Wilfred, 48. 
Canal, Aberdeenshire, 108. 
Carnegie, Alexander, 11. 
Carnegie of Pitarrow, 93. 
Carnie, William, 14, 16. 
Carruthers, Robert, 78. 
Cash, C. G., 173. 
Cassillis, Archibald, Earl of, 86. 
Caterline, 107. 
Census of Scotland, 9. 
Chalmers, Alexander, 48. 
Chalmers, Alexander, ofClunie, 76. 
Chalmers, Andrew, 110, 116, 122, 

152, 157. 
Chalmers Bequests, 129. 
Chalmers. David, 48. 
Chalmers, Family of, 93. 
Chalmers. George, 173. 
Chalmers, James (printer), 42. 
Chalmers, James (2) (printer), 42. 
Chalmers, Patrick, 65. 
Chalmers, Patrick Henderson, 28. 
Chalmers, William, Fintraus, 172. 
Chambers, Robert, 48, 95, 149. 
Chapel ot Garioch, 81. 
Chapman, James, 86. 
Charles I., King, 174. 
Charters, Lawrence, 173. 
Chepman, Walter, 41. 
Cheviot, Andrew, 149. 
Chisholm, Donald, 22. 
Chisholme, Alexander (artist), 107. 
Christie, Family of, 100. 
Christie, John, 152. 
Christie, W. & W., 149. 
Christ's Kirk, 105. 
Clark, Alexander, 16. 
Clark, Alexander (advocate), 40. 
Clark, J., 121. 
Clark, James Toshach, 51. 
Clark, John, 131. 
Clark, R. D., 124. 
Clatt, 82. 

Cleishbotham the Yr., 144. 
Clerk, Duncan, 83. 
Clola, 116. 
Cluny, 82. 

Clyne, Norval, 131, 149. 
Cobban, J. Maclaren, 157. 
Cockburn, Henry, 154. 
Cockie, Isobel, 108. 
Colburn, George, 157. 
Collier, James, 90. 
Colman, George, the Yr., 16. 
Colquholdstonc, 109. 
Colvin, Margaret, 157. 
Congregationalism, 26. 



Conveth, 102, 108. 
Cook, Alexander S., 16, 17. 
Cookney, 91. 

Cooper, James, 21, 22, 71, 82. 
Cooper, Patrick, 65. 
Cooper and Jaffray, 169, 
Copland, Alexander, 74, 83, 126. 
Cordiner, James, 55. 
Corgarff, 126. 

Cornwall, George, 38, 43, 166. 
CouU, 83. 

Courage, Archibald, 19. 
Coutts, Family of, 127. 
126, Coutts, James, 19, 166. 
Coutts, James A. C, 13. 
Cowan, Henry, 27. 
Cowan, William, 174, 175. 
Cowie, 91. 
Crab, Gilbert, 172. 
Craib, Alexander, 129. 
Craib, Alexander (novelist), 157. 
Craib, William Grant, 133. 
Craig, George A., 17. 
Craigdam, 127, 128. 
Craigellachie, 71. 
Craighead, James, 166. 
Craigie, W. A., 144. 
Craigston, 129. 
Cramond. William, 48, 58, 67, 68, 71, 

76, 78, 80, 86, 87, 88, 93, 94, 97, 

100, 104, 110, 114, 118, 123, 124, 

138, 167, 171. 
Cran, Family of, 124. 
Cranna, John, 95. 
Cranna, William Hay, 127. 
Crathie and Braemar, 83. 
Craven, James B., 66, 115. 
Craven or Cravie, Family of, 115. 
Crawford, Alexander, 25^A Earl of, 106. 
Crawford. Archibald, 157. 
Crawley, W. P. C, 174. 
Crimond, 85. 
Cromar, 109, 110. 
Cromar, James, 168. 
Crombie, James E., 149. 
Crombie, James Mann, 83. 
Crombie, James W., 149. 
Crombie, John, 28. 
Crookshank, William, 63. 
Cruden, 85. 
Cruick shank, Alexander, LL.D., 11, 13, 

74. 
Cruickshank, James, 115. 
Cruickshank, John, 13. 
Cruickshank, Rachael, 104. 
Cruickshank, Robert, 32. 
Cullen, 86. 
Cullen, Walter, 17. 

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INDEX 



CuUen, William Robert, 157. 
Culsalmond, 87. 
Cumine, James, 85. 
Gumming, A., 157. 
Gumming, James, 119. 
Gumming, John, 125. 
Gunningham, R. J. H., 133. 
Cushnie, 108. 

Dalgarno, James, 126, 167. 

Dalgety, 129. 

Dalgleish, William, 18. 

Dalgleish, W. S., 89. 

Dalmaik, Dalmoak, 88. 

Dalrymple, James, 50. 

Dalrymple, James E., 118. 

Dalyell, J. G., 21, 65. 

Daniel, Robert Mackenzie, 157. 

Daniel, William, 121. 

Dauney, William, 149. 

Davidson, Gharles Brown, 102. 

Davidson, J. B., 119. 

Davidson, James W., 16, 117. 

Davidson, John, 36. 

Davidson, John, D.D.. 23, 60, 102, 152. 

Davidson, Patrick L., 75. 

Davidson, Thomas, 32. 

Davidson, William Leslie, 27, 80, 82, 94. 

Davie, F., 83. 

Daviot, 87. 

Davis, Gecil T., 21. 

Davy, G. B., 71. 

Dawson, Charles, 158. 

Dee, Bridge of, 74. 

Deer, Book of, 116. 

Deer, farmer society of, 138. 

Deer, presbytery of, 68. 

Deeside, 19, 167, 168. 

Defoe, Daniel, 154. 

Delisle, Leopold, 41. 

Demogeot, J., 133. 

Dempster, Thomas, 48, 174. 

Deskford, 88. 

Dey, William, 133. 

Diack, Francis Garney, 56, 99, 159. 

Diack, William, 38. 

Dick Bequest, 68, 105, 134. 

Dick, Robert, 69. 

Dickie, George, 134. 

Dickson, Robert, 41. 

Dickson, Thomas, 52. 

Dickson, W. K., 48, 50. 

Dingwall-Fordyce, Family of, 114. 

Dinnie, Donald, 151. 

Dinnie, Robert, 79, 106, 167. 

Directories, 43. 

Disblair, 9:^. 

Dissenting Ghurches, 24, 69. 



Dod, S. Bayard, 115. 

Don, Bridge of, 117. 

Don, diversion of, 1727, 117. 

Don, William G., 116. 

Donald, James, 150. 

Donaldson, Gharles, 150. 

Donaldson, David, 146. 

Donaldson, James, 138. 

Donside, 167. 

Douglas, Francis, 11, 48. 

Douglas, Gavin, 147. 

Douglas, Sir Robert, 48. 

Douglas of Tilwhilly, 75. 

Dowden, John, 66. 

Downie, Murdo, 48. 

Doyle, A. Gonan, 119. 

Drum, 88. 

Drumblade, 88. 

Drumdelgie, 81. 

Drumlithie, 99. 

Drumoak, 88. 

Dubrach, 83, 84. 

Duff, Andrew Halliday, 76. 

Duff, Family of, 75, 76, 77, 78. 

Duff, Robert William, 95, 138. 

Duff, William, Lord Braco, 114. 

Dufftown, 114. 

Duguid, Francis, 72. 

Duguid of Auchinhove, 110. 

Duguid, Peter, 21. 

Dumbennan, 100. 

Dunbar, William, 41. 

Duncan, Alfred H., 110, 158. 

Duncan, Andrew, 144. 

Duncan, George, 72. 

Duncan, John, 26. 

Duncan, William, 11, 12, 15, 48, 56, 74, 

168. 
Dunecht, 90, 132. 
Dunnideer, 101. 
Dunnottar, 88. 
Durris, 89. 
Duthie, Robert, 92. 
Duthie, R. J., 37. 
Dyack, William, 18. 
Dyce, 89. 

E., M., 158. 
Easter Skene, 125. 
Ecclesgreig, 124. 
Echt, 90. 
Edgar, John, 134. 
Edindaich, 104. 
Edmond, Alexander, 34. 
Edmond, John Philip, 13, 41, 174. 
Edwards, David H., 60, 91, 150. 
Edwards, George Skene, 125. 
Edwards, John, HI. 

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ABERDEEN, BANFF, KINCARDINE 



Edwards, John, Marnoch, 110. 
Eeles, Francis C, 61, 92. 
Ellon, 90 ; presbytery of, 68. 
Elphinston, James, 144, 
Elphinstone, William, 41, 65. 
Emslie, John, 98. 
Enzie, 60, 123. 

Episcopal Church, 23, 25, 66. 
Epitaphia, 15. Ref. Jervise, Andrew; 

Henderson, J. A., Munro, A. M. 
Errol, Ann Drummond, Countess of, 59. 
Errol papers, 85. 
Erskine, J. F. E. Goodeve, 106. 
Erskine of Pittodrie, 82. 
Erskine, Stuart, 83. 
Essie, 124. 

Faden, William, 169. 
Fairley, John A., 95, 119, 150, 174. 
Fairweather, Family of, 116. 
Farquhar, A. W., 97, 98. 
Farquhar, William A. G., 158. 
Farquharson of Auchriachan, 84. 
Farquharson, the Clan, 83, 84. 
Fearon, D. R., 31, 134. 
Fedderat, 114. 
Ferguson, Family of, 102. 
Ferguson, James, 48, 59, 60, 102. 
Ferguson, William, 103. 
Ferguson, William, Longside, 110. 
Ferguson, William, of Kinmundy, 38, 

55, 116, 167. 
Fergusson, David, 147, 150. 
Fergusson, Robert Menzies, 102. 
Ferrerius, John, 47, 78. 
Ferres, John, 168. 
Ferrier, David, 16. 
Fetterangus, 116. 
Fettercairn, 91. 
Fetteresso, 91. 
Fetternear, 81. 
Findlater, 94. 
Findlay, James Thomas, 26, 69, 120, 

158. 
Findochty, 123. 
Fintray, 93. 
Fischer, Th. A,, 49. 
Fleming, David Hay, 63. 
Fleming, J. B. Montgomerie, 144. 
Fleming, James {yamie Fleeman), 130. 
Fochabers, 78, 79. 
Follarule, 96. 

Forbes, Alexander, Forbesfeld, 117, 122. 
Forbes, Alexander Penrose, 65, 73, 158. 
Forbes and Tullynessle, 128. 
Forbes, Arthur, 158. 
Forbes, Duncan, 80. 
Forbes, Family of, 103. 



Forbes, George R., 76. 

Forbes, John, 23, 67. 

Forbes, Hon. John, Admiral, 103. 

Forbes, John, father Archangel, 103, 

175. 
Forbes, John, of Newe : memorial, 13. 
Forbes, John {printer), 32, 42,85, 150, 

174. 
Forbes, John, Waterton, 130. 
Forbes. Louisa Lilias, 113. 
Forbes, U. A. H., 103. 
Forbes, Margaret, 17. 
Forbes, Patrick, 66. 
Forbes, Robert, 144. 
Forbes, Robert, bishop of Caithness, 49.. 
Forbes, Robert, Melgum, 127. 
Forbes, Sir Samuel, 57. 
Forbes, Hon. Mrs. Walter A. D., 158. 
Forbes, William, 1th baron, 103. 
Forbes of Brux, 109. 
Forbes of Corsindae, 112. 
Forbes of Craigievar, 93. 
Forbes of Eight, 90. 
Forbes of Forbesfield, 117. 
Forbes of Monymusk, 113. 
Forbes of Pitsligo, Family of, 122. 
Forbes of Tolquhon, 127. 
Forbes of Waterton, 130. 
Fordoun, 93 ; presbytery of, 68. 
Fordun, Joannes de, 49. 
Fordyce, 94 ; presbytery of, 68. 
Fordyce, Alexander Dingwall, 114. 
Fordyce, Family of, 114. 
Forglen, 94. 
Forgue, 94. 
Formartine, 60. 

Forrest, James, 68, 110, 122, 144. 
Forscain, 122. 

Forsyth, Alexander John, 78. 
Forsyth, Robert, 154. 
Forsyth, William, 15. 
Forvie, 125, 126. 
Foster, Arthur Austin, 74. 
Foster, Joseph, 49. 
Foudland, 106. 
Foveran, 95. 
Franck, Richard, 154. 
Eraser, A., 123. 

Eraser, Charles, Inverallochy, 95. 
Eraser, George M,, 13, 152, 20,35, 5S„ 

74, 90, 174. 
Eraser of Philorth, 96. 
Eraser, W. N. , 71. 
Eraser, Sir William, 75, 86, 93, 123. 
Eraser, William Ruxton, 91, 108. 
Fraserburgh, 95. 
Erasers of Dores, 89. 
Frendraught, 94. 



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INDEX 



Fyfe, John, 
Fyvie, 96. 



171. 



Gadieside, 109. 

Gaelic, Extinction of, 55. 

Galen, John, 18. 

Gammack, James, 61. 

Gammie, Alexander, 22, 96. 

Gamrie, 97. 

Garden, Alexander, 59. 

Garden, Family of, 72. 

Garden, Farquharson Taylor, 28, 72. 

Garden, Francis, Lord Gardenstone, 108. 

Gardiner, George, 71. 

Gardiner, William, 84. 

Gardyne, C. Greenhill, 55. 

Garioch, 60 ; presbytery of, 68. 

Gartly, 98. 

Garvock, 98. 

Gatt, James, 86. 

Geddes, Sir William Duguid, 21, 22, 29, 

49, 134, 171. 
Gellie, Mary E., 158. 
George, James Forbes, 20, 29, 101, 167. 
Gerard, Alexander, 29. 
Gibb, A. W., 60. 
Gibb, Andrew, 15, 21, 92, 167. 
Gibb, John L., 144. 
Gibb & Co., Andrew, 20. 
Gibson, Edmund, 145. 
Gibson, William Milne, 35, 63. 
Gight, 96, 97. 

Giles, Peter, 59, 60, 145, 171. 
Gill, Andrew J. Mitchell, 95, 115, 128. 
Gill, Family of, 95. 
Gillespie, Malcolm, 125. 
Glass, 98. 
Glawe, Erich, 145. 
Glenbervie, 98. 
Glenbucket, 99. 
Glendowachie, 97. 
Glengairn, 99. 
Glenlivet, 101, 102. 

Glenmuick, Glengairn and TuUich, 99. 
Glenrinnes, 71. 
Glentana, 72. 
Glentannar, 72. 
Glen Tilt, 84. 
Gomme, G. L., 150. 
Good Willie, Richard, 127. 
Gordon, Alexander {novelist), 134, 138, 

158. 
Gordon, Andrew (capt.), 55. 
Gordon, D. S. R., 79, 94, 98, 100, 101, 

105, 123, 124. 
Gordon, David, 128. 
Gordon, Family of, 47, 53, 73, 78, 79, 

100, 123. 



Gordon, Gilbert, 123. 

Gordon, Harry, 100. 

Gordon, James, of Ellon, 90. 

Gordon, James, Rothiemay, 11, 20, 49, 

173. 
Gordon, James, Terpersie, 128. 
Gordon, James F. S., 62, 65, 80, 81, 100 

104. 
Gordon, Sir John, 51. 
Gordon, John, of Glenbucket, 99. 
Gordon, Kate, 158. 
Gordon, Maria M. Ogilvie, 138. 
Gordon, Patrick, 49. 
Gordon, Patrick, General, 49. 
Gordon, Pryse Lockhart, 17, 152 
Gordon, Robert [Founder), 32. 
Gordon, Sir Robert, of Gordonstoun, 

1st hart., 123. 
Gordon, Sir Robert, of Gordonstoun, 

4th hart., 123. 
Gordon, Robert, ofStraloch, 55, 100, 169, 

173. 
Gordon, Thomas, 29, 176. 
Gordon, William, 55. 
Gordon, Hon. William, 97. 
Gordon, William, of Fyvie, 97. 
Gordon, Sir William, of Park j 118. 
Gordon of Aberdour, 71. 
Gordon of Abergeldie, 83. 
Gordon of Ardmeallie, 111. 
Gordon of Auchindachy, 103. 
Gordon of Auchleuchries, 90. 
Gordon of Auchlunies, 71. 
Gordon of Auchlyne, 82. 
Gordon of Badenscoth, 74. 
Gordon of Beldorney, 98, 105. 
Gordon of Birkenburn, 104. 
Gordon of Braco, 81, 100. 
Gordon of Cairnbulg, 71. 
Gordon of Cairnfield, 122. 
Gordon of Cluny, 82. 
Gordon of Coclarachie, 88. 
Gordon of Coldwell, 90. 
Gordon of Craig, 73. 
Gordon of Crichie, 97. 
Gordon of Edintore, 103. 
Gordon of Ellon, 90. 
Gordon of Glassaugh, 94. 
Gordon of Glenbucket, 99. 
Gordon of Haddo, 112. 
Gordon of Hallhead, 109. 
Gordon of Law, 105. 
Gordon of Leichestoun, 123. 
Gordon of Lesmoir, 124. 
Gordon of Nethermuir, 114. 
Gordon of Newton, 87. 
Gordon of Park, 118. 
Gordon of Rhynie, 124. 



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ABERDEEN, BANFF, KINCARDINE 



Gordon of Rothney, 122. 

Gordon of Sheelagreen, 124. 

Gordon of Terpersia, 129. 

Gordons in Glenlivet, 102. 

Gordons in Haddoch, 81. 

Gordon's Mill, 117. 

Graham, H. Grey, 138. 

Grahame, R. B. Cunninghame, 113. 

Grange, 100. 

Grange, James Erskine, Lord, 82. 

Grant, Sir Archibald, 138. 

Grant, Charles, Viscount de Vaux, 87. 

Grant, Colin C, 145. 

Grant, David, 38, 167. 

Grant, Family of, 86, 113. 

Grant, Sir Francis, Lord Cullen, 113. 

Grant, Francis J., 612. 

Grant, James [gaelic scholar), 49. 

Grant, James {historian), 31. 

Grant, James {novelist), 158, 

Grant, James [solicitor), 58, 87, 114, 131, 

134, 138, 145. 
Grant, John, 61. 
Grant, John, Braemar, 84. 
Grant, John, journalist, 62. 
Grant, Joseph, 158. 
Grant of Monymusk, 113. 
Grant, Peter, 83. 
Grant, Regality of, 86. 
Grant, Robert, 120, 150. 
Grant, Victor, 158. 
Grant, William, 145, 148. 
Grantown, 167, 168. 
Grants, genealogy of the, 86. 
Gray, Alexander, 36. 
Gray, George, 100. 
Gray, John, 134. 
Gray, Mary, 100. 
Gray, Roderick, 59, 138. 
Great North of Scotland railway, 138. 
Green, George G., 158. 
Greenwood, J., 121. 
Gregg, William H., 49. 
Gregor, Walter, 138, 145, 150. 
Gregory, William, 29. 
Greig, A. W., 92. 
Greig, Gavin, 35, 145, 150, 158. 
Greig, Robert B., 138. 
Grewar, David, 84, 139, 145, 150. 
Grierson, James M., 49. 
Grierson, Thomas, 154. 
Groome, Francis H., 49. 
Grose, Francis, 49 
Gross, Charles, 174. 
Grub, George, 23, 25, 63. 
Guild, William, 36. 
Gurnell, J., 100. 
Gurney, Joseph J., 155. 



Hadden, Family of, 17. 

Hall, James, 155. 

Hall, Joseph, 26, 69. 

Halyburton, Andrew, 36, 139. 

Hamilton, Gavin, 42. 

Hargreaves, Thomas, 155. 

Harlaw, 82. 

Harlaw, John, 160. 

Harper, Alexander, 76. 

narrower, John, 29, 94, 100. 

Harvey, Arthur, 139. 

Harvey, Thomas, 31. 

Hastings, James, 63, 91. 

Hatton, 74. 

Hawdon, W. W., 25, 67. 

Hay, Sir Andrew Leith, 57. 

Hay, Family of, 85. 

Hay, J. Marley, 167. 

Hay, Matthew, 19, 120. 

Hay, William {Jacob Ruddiman), 158. 

Haye, Anthony O'Neal, 111. 

Hays of Dalgety, 129. 

Hays of Rannes, 123. 

Henderson, Andrew, 150. 

Henderson, John Alexander, 13, 14, 34, 

57, 74, SO, 88, 89, 111, 118, 161. 
Henderson, T. F., 145. 
Henderson, William, 11. 
Hendrick, James, 33, 134, 135. 
Henry, James, 114. 
Henschel, Friederich Hugo, 145. 
Hepburn, Alexander, 59. 
Hepburn, John, 26. 
Herd, David, 145. 
Heron, Robert, 155. 
Herrmann, Albert, 145. 
Hewlett, W. O., 106. 
Highland and Agricultural iSoc. of 

Scotland, 139. 
Hill, George Birkbeck, 155. 
Hill & Co., P., 169. 
Historical societies, 34. 
Holmes, D T., 155. 
Home, John, 147. 
Honeyman, Family of, 107. 
Hope, Esnie, 160. 
Horn, Family of, Drumblade, 88. 
Home, Charles, 94 
Horstmann, C, 145. 
Hossack, Garden M., 77. 
Hume, David, 145. 
Humphrey, Frank Pope, 84. 
Humphrey, William, 67. 
Humphreys, Arthur L., 174. 
Huntly, 100. 

Huntly, Charles, 1 1 th Marquis of, 72, 1 50. 
Hutcheson, George, 123. 
Hutton, Lawrence, 29. 



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INDEX 



Imlach, James, 77. 

Inglis, Sir James C, 17. 

Innes, Cosmo, 21, 29, 36, 49, 65, 80, 

139, 143. 
Innes, Family of, 80. 
Innes, J. B., 151. 
Innes of Balnacraig, 72. 
Innes of Drumgask, 72. 
Innes of Edingight, 100. 
Innes, Thomas, 40, 57, 100. 
Innes, Thomas {historian), 49. 
Insch, 101. 
Inverallochy, 122. 
Inveramsay, 81. 
Inveraven, 101. 
Inverbervie, 79. 
Inverboyndie, 80. 
Invercauld, 83, 84. 
Invercruden, 85. 
Inverkeithney, 102. 
Invernochty, 126. 
Inverugie, 118, 125. 
Inverurie, 102. 
Irvine, Sir Alexander, 88. 
Irvine, Alexander Forbes, 131. 
Irvine, Christopher, 50. 
Irvine, Francis, of Hilton, 117. 
Irvine of Artamford, 114. 
Irvine of Beltie, 106. 
Irvine of Bieldside, 118. 
Irvine of Drum, 88. 
Irvine of Glassel, 75. 
Irvine of Kingcausie, 111. 
Irvine of Lynturk, 109. 
Irvine of Monboddo, 93. 
Irvine of Saphock, 87. 
Irvine, Robert [murderer), 90. 
Irving, David, 173. 
Irving, John Beaufin, 88. 

Jack, Alexander, 55, 102. 
Jackson, Mrs., 158. 
Jaffrey, Alexander, 24, 70. 
Jaffrey, Thomas, 40. 
James I., King, 148. 
James V., King, 145. 
James VI., King, 174. 
Jamieson, John, 106. 
Jamieson, John (philologist), 146. 
Jamieson, Robert, 135. 
Jamieson, Thomas, 33, 135. 
Jamieson, Thomas F., 60. 
Jenkins, George Gordon, 108. 
Jervise, Andrew, 36, 50, 61. 
Joass, James M., 123. 
Johnson, Joseph W., 30. 
Johnson, Samuel, 155. 
Johnston, Alexander, 104. 



Johnston, A.rthur, 174. 
Johnston, Family of, 104. 
131, Johnston, George Harvey, 80. 
Johnston, John, 139. 
Johnston, John, Edinburgh, 146. 
Johnston, Thomas B., 50. 
Johnston, W. & A. K., 169. 
Johnston, William, 28, 30, 104, 173, 174. 
Johnston, William, Peterhead, 120, 152. 
Johnstone, C. L., 104. 
Johnstone, J. F. Kellas, 27, 93, 103, 109, 

139, 171, 174, 175. 
Johnstons of Caskieben, 104. 
Jopp, Alexander, 139. 
Jupp, Charles, 71. 

Kearn, 73. 

Keddie, William, 19, 167. 

Keig, 103. 

Keith, 103, 

Keith, Alexander, Cruden, 57. 

Keith, Charles, 146. 

Keith, Family of, 89. 

Keith, George, 24. 

Keith, George Skene, 139. 

Keith, James Francis Edward, 50, 160. 

Keith, Robert, 63, 67. 

Keith, William, of Briixie, 114, 

Keith & Gibb, 20. 

Keithhall and Kinkell, 104. 

Keiths, Earls xMarischal, 89. 

Kellas, John, 122. 

Kelly, James, 151. 

Kelly, William, 21. 

Keltie, J., 50. 

Kemlo, Alexander, 15. 

Kemnay, 105. 

Kemp, Daniel W., 135. 

Kemp, Robert S., 101. 

Kennedy, John, 17. 

Kennedy, Neil J. D., 27. 

Kennedy, William, 11, 18. 

Kennethmont, 105. 

Ker, John, 176. 

Kerr, John, 135, 152. 

Keyser, Rudolph, 63. 

Keyth, John, 61. 

Kildrummy, 105. 

Kilgour, Alexander, 18. 

Kinbattock or Kinbathock, 128. 

Kincardine o' Neil, 106 ; presbytery of, 

69. 
Kincardineshire, 60, 132, 139. 
Kindrochet, 83, 84. 
Kinedar, 106. 
King, George, 26. 
King, Robert, 24, 70. 
King-edward, 106. 

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ABERDEEN, BANFF, KINCARDINE 



Kininmonth, 110. 
Kinkell, 104 
Kinmuck, 104. 
Kinnaird Head, 95. 
KinnefP, 107. 
Kinnear, George H., 99. 
Kinnellar, 107. 
Kinnernie, 82, 112. 
Kinninmond of that ilk, 110. 
Kinnoir, 100. 
Kinnord, Loch, 99. 
Kintore, 107. 
Kirkmichael, 108. 
Kitchin, Thomas, 169. 
Knight, William. 30, 139, 176, 
Knights Templars, 22, HI. 

Laing, Alexander, 146, 158. 

Laing, David, 65, 66. 

Laing, Jeannie M,, 105, 139, 151. 

Laing, William, 120. 

Landymyrs, the, 14. 

Lang, John Marshall, 27. 

Lang, Marshall B., 112. 

Lathom, Francis, 96. 

Latto, W. D., 146. 

Lauder, Sir Thomas Dick, 50, 102, 

Laurencekirk, 108. 

Law, Thomas Graves, 113, 175. 

Lawrance, Robert Murdoch, 71, 96, 

117, 151, 175. 
Lawrence, Calder Macphail, 14, 

175. 
Lawrence, Family of, 96. 
Lawrence, James, 10 K 
Lawrie, Sir Archibald C, 50. 
Lawson, Alexander, 116. 
Lawson, Andrew, 116. 
Lawson, John Parker, 169. 
Lawson, Thomas, 139. 
Leask, 126. 

Leask, William Keith 30, 49, 171. 
Leatham, James, 96, 152, 159. 
Ledingham, Alexander, 16, 116. 
Lee, John, 50, 63. 
Leith, J. M., 138. 

Leith, William Forbes, 50, 66, 175. 
Leochel and Cushnie, 108. 
Lesley of Dyce, 90. 
Leslie, 109. 

Leslie, Alexander, 11, 55. 
Leslie, Charles, 82. 
Leslie, George, Capuchin, 113, 175. 
Leslie, Hugh, 30. 
Leslie, J. F., 88. 
Leslie, John, 130, 
Leslie, John (historian), 50, 169. 
Leslie, John Grant, 14, 132. 



159. 



115. 



135, 



Leslie, Jonathan Forbes, 50. 
Leslie of Balquhain, 82. 
Leslie of Bucharn, 98. 
Leslie of Crichie, 105. 
Leslie of Cults, 74. 
Leslie of Drummuir, 114. 
Leslie of Edenville, 71. 
Leslie of Iden, 107. 
Leslie of Kincraigie, 128. 
Leslie of Kininvie, 114. 
Leslie of Little Folia, 97. 
Leslie of New Leslie, 109. 
Leslie of Pitcaple, 82. 
Leslie of Wardhouse, 105. 
Leslie of WarthiU, 124. 
Leslie, William, 61. 
Leslie, William Lewis, 82. 
Lesmoir, 124. 
Lewis, F. C, 121. 
Lewis, Samuel, 50. 
Liddell, Duncan, 21, 172. 
LiUie, William, 147. 
Lindsay, William, 17. 
Linn, James, 58. 
Lippe, Robert, 67. 
Litster, William, 35. 
Littlejohn, David, 9, 132, 139. 
Livingstone, M., 52. 
Lizars, W. H., 168, 169. 



167. 

Norman, 60. 
212, 51^ 107. 

109. 



Lochnagar, 84, 

Lockyer, Sir J. 

Logan, James, 

Logie-Buchan, 

Logie-Coldstone, 109. 

Logie-Durno, 81. 

Logie-Mar, 109. 

Lonach Society, 126. 

Longley, 125. 

Longmore, Adam A,, 74. 

Longmuir, John, 82, 89, 146, 167. 

Longside, 110. 

Lonmay, 110. 

Lord, W. B., 151. 

Lothian, J., 169. 

Lovat, Simon, 12th Lord, 95. 

Low, William Leslie, 159. 

Lowe, Charles. 159. 

Lumphanan, 110. 

Lumsden, Families of, 109. 

Lumsden, Henry W., 109. 

Lumsden, Matthew, 103. 



Macalister, Alexander, 84. 
Macaulay, Allan, 159. 
Macbain, Alexander, 116. 
McClure, James C, HI. 
McCombie, Family of, 128. 
McCombie, John Macintosh, alias, 84. 

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INDEX 



McCombie, William, 139. 
McConnochie, Alexander Inkson, 19, 20, 

90, 167. 
MacCulIoch, John, 135, 139. 
Macdonald, Alexander, 17. 
Macdonald, Alexander, Braemar, 83. 
Macdonald, George, 146, 159. 
Macdonald, James, 139. 
Macdonald, James, Huntly, 57, 58, 62, 

73, 101. 
Macdonald, John, 101. 
MacdufF, 76, 97, 169. 
Macfarlane, Walter, 51. 
Macfarlane, William H., 104. 
Macgibbon, David, 51, 63. 
Macgillivray, Paul H., 135. 
Macgillivray, William, 135, 139. 
Macgillivray, William, W.S,, 152. 
The MacHardies, 126. 
McHardy, Coghlan Maclean, 126. 
Machray, Robert, 159. 
Macintosh, alias McCombie, John, 84. 
Mackay, Adam, 85, 86. 
Mackay, George A., 159. 
Mackay, James Aberigh, 171. 
McKendrick, John Gray, 89. 
Mackenzie, Fergus, 157, 
Mackenzie, George, M.D., 175. 
Mackenzie, James, 108. 
Mackenzie, William Leslie, 34. 
McKerlie, P. H., 106. 
Mackie, A. K., 120. 

Mackie, Alexander, 11, 57, 143,146, 148. 
Mackie, Charles, 89. 
Mackie, John, 96. 
Mackie, William, 120. 
Mackinlay, James Murray, 66, 151. 
Mackinnon, James, 135. 
Mackintosh, A. M., 84. 
Mackintosh, Charles Fraser, 126, 128. 
Mackintosh, John, 19, 51, 55, 57, 58. 
Macky, John, 155. 
Maclachlan, Ew^an, 172. 
Maclagan, Christian, 51. 
Maclagan. Douglas J., 64. 
McLauchlan, Thomas, 66. 
Maclean, Neil N., 30, 120. 159. 
Macleay, Kenneth, 51. 
Maclennan, G. E., 114. 
Maclennan, R. J., 159. 
Macleod, John, 9, 57. 
Macleod, Kenneth, 14. 
Macleod, Nicholas K., 59, 90. 
Macleod, Walter, 53, 88, 100, HI, 114, 

118, 123, 124. 
Macmeeken, J, W., 64. 
Macmillan, Donald, 23. 
Macpherson, David, 51. 



Macpherson, James, 51. 

Macpherson, James, Banff, 77. 

Macpherson, John, 51. 

Macpherson, John, Braemar, 84. 

Macpherson, Norman, 30. 

Macpherson of Corries, 102. 

Macpherson, W. M., 113. 

Mc Robert, Sir Alexander, 127. 

MacWilliam, H. Duff, 81, 102. 

MacWilliam of Corries, 102. 

McWilliam, Thomas, 69, Ij7. 

Magazines, etc., 45. 

Maidment, James, 51, 106, 159, 173. 

Mair, John, 124. 

Mair, Thomas, 68, 91. 

Malcolm, Family of, 109. 

Manson, John, 97. 

Mar, 61. 

Mar, Earldom of, 106. 

Marischal, George, last Earl, 89. 

Marnan Kirk, 110. 

Marnoch, 110. 

Marr, George, 139. 

Marshall, William, 151. 

Martin, James, 22, 64. 

Maryculter, 111. 

Marykirk, 111. 

Masson, David Mather, 17, 52. 

Mathieson, T. F., 114. 

Matthews, T. T., 22. 

Maxwell, W. H., 155. 

Mayo, Isabella Fyvie, 17, 151, 152, 159. 

Mearns, Daniel, 24. 

Mearns, James, 28. 

Meldrum, 111. 

Melgum, 127. 

Melvil, David, 42. 

Melville, Andrew, 32. 

Melvin, George, Tarves, 127. 

Melvin, James, 176. 

Melvin, William Robertson, 96, 146. 

Menzies, Allan, 135. 

Menzies, John, 93. 

Menzies, Sir Paul, 21. 

Mercer, John, 57. 

Mercer, Thomas, 57. 

Meston, William, 172. 

Metcalfe, W. M., 146. 

Methlick, 112. 

Michel, Francisque, 51, 146. 

Michie, Charles, Jr., 126. 

Michie, Christopher Young, 139, 140. 

Michie, Family of, 126. 

Michie, John Grant, 84, 99, 110, 159. 

Middleton, Alexander, 30. 

Middleton, J. R., 99. 

Middleton, James, 60. 

Middleton, Thomas, 30. 



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ABERDEEN, BANFF, KINCARDINE 



Midmar, 112. 

Migvie, 127. 

Millar, A. H., 53. 

Millbrex, 96. 

Miller, Hugh, 140. 

Miln, W. Simpson, 138. 

Milne, A. J., 96. 

Milne, Alexander, 59. 

Milne, Alexander (cartographer), 20. 

Milne bequest trust, 135. 

Milne, Family of, 76. 

Milne, George, 39. 

Milne, James, 55. 

Milne, John, Atherh., 159. 

Milne, John, Glenlivet, 101. 

Milne, John, LL.D., 11, 55,57,60, 

74, 107, 122, 129, 140, 151. 
Milne, Peter, 23, 64. 
Milne, Robert, 106. 
Milne, Thomas, 140. 
Minto, William, 159. 
Minty, James, 129. 
Mitchell, Sir Arthur, 51, 110, 175. 
Mitchell, H. B., 120. 
Mitchell, Hugh, 146. 
Mitchell, James, 14, 16. 
Mitchell, James, LL.D., 51. 
Mitchell, Victor, 22. 
Mitton, E. C, 166. 
Moir, Alexander L., 115. 
Moir, Family of, 115, 117, 128. 
Moir, James, 59, 91. 
Moir, James, LL.D., 21, 65. 
Moir, James, of Stoneywood, 115. 
Moir, John, 12. 
Moir, W. R., 97. 

Mollyson, Charles Alexander, 93. 
Monaltrie, 99. 
Monboddo, 93. 

Moncrieff, W. G. Scott, 51, 58. 
Monday, Alfred J., 113. 
Monquhitter, 113. 
Monro, George, 135. 
Monteith, Robert, 15, 51. 
Montkeggie, 104. 
Montucci, H., 133. 
Monycabbock, 115. 
Monymusk, 113. 
Moore, F. Frankfort, 160. 
Moray, 61. 

Morgan, Patrick, 16, 115. 
Morison, Alexander, 80, 103. 
Mormond, 122. 
Mortlach, 58, 113. 
Motherby, Robert, 146. 
Muchalls, 92. 
Muir, John, 99. 
Midler, Paul, 146. 



62, 



Munro, Alexander M., 9, 14, 15^, 16, 20, 
21, 22, 23, 36, 38, 392, 40, 57, 108^ 
117. 

Mure, Andrew, 120. 

Murray, Alexander, 72, 135. 

Murray, Andrew, 120. 

Murray, Archibald K., 52. 

Murray, Charles, 146. 

Murray, David, 146. 

Murray, James A. H. , 146. 

Murray, Hon. Mrs., 155. 

Mutschmann, Heinrich, 147. 

My liar, Andro, 41. 

Napier, James, 89, 92, 151. 
Nauticus, 155. 
Neil, James, 126. 
Neilson, George, 147. 
Nelson & Sons, Thomas, 168. 
Newburgh, 95. 
New Byth, 106, 107. 
New Deer, 114. 
Newhills, 115. 
New Machar, 115. 
New Peter-Ugie, 110. 
New Pitsligo, 129. 
Newton Stone, Culsalmond, 87. 
Nicol, Family of, 79. 
Nicol, James ipoet), 147. 
Nicol, James (printer), 42, 174. 
Nicol, James {prof.), 135. 
Nicol, Thomas, 27. 
Nicol, William, 15, 117. 
Nicol, William Edward, 79. 
Nicolas, Sir Harris, 92. 
Nicoll, St> William Robertson, 141. 
Nigg, 116. 
Nodal, J. H., 175. 

North of Scotland college of agriculture, 
140. 

Obituary — In Memoriam, 46. 

Ogg, Charles, 75. 

Ogilvie, George, 66. 

Ogilvie, Sir George, 107. 

Ogilvie, John, S.J., 104. 

Ogilvie, Joseph, 33, 79, 104, 124, 129- 

Ogilvie, Regality of, 94. 

Ogilvie, Thomas W., 24, 116. 

Ogilvie, W. Paton, 122. 

Ogilvie-Forbes, J. C. M., 122. 

Ogilvy, Robert, 128. 

Ogilvy, Skene, 117. 

Ogston, Sir Alexander, 127.. 

Ogston, Family of, 127. 

Old Deer, 116. 

Old Machar, 116. 

OldMeldrum, 112. 



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INDEX 



Oliver & Boyd, 43. 
Ordiquhill, 118. 
Ordnance Survey maps, 170. 
Orem, William, 12. 
Oyne, 118. 

P., J. C, Inverness, 151. 

Parkes, Mary, 107. 

Paterson, Alexander, 113. 

Paterson, J., 114. 

Paterson, G. & W., 20. 

Patrick, David, 66. 

Paul, Sir James Balfour, 52'. 

Paul, William, 15, 92, 117, 140. 

Paul, William, D.D., 17, 74, 152. 

Pearl fishing, 141. 

Pennant, Thomas, 155. 

Pennell, Elizabeth R., 155. 

Pennell, Joseph, 155. 

Penney, S. Moncrieff, 167. 

Pennock, Barclay, 63. 

Peter, David McGregor, 61, 125. 

Peter, George, 74. 

Peter, James, Old Deer, 135. 

Peter, John, 74. 

Peterculter, 118. 

Peterhead, 118-21. 

Peterugie, 118. 

Philip, John C, 160. 

Philip, William W., 84. 

Phillips, J. G., 84, 160. 

Philorth, 95. 

Pinedo, Pedro, 75. 

Pirie, George, 30, 124. 

Pirie, James 

Pitfour, 116. 

Pitsligo, 121. 

Pittodrie, 82. 

Playfair, James, 52. 

Ploughman Student, 160. 

Pocock, Richard, 155. 

Porter, James, 19, 20. 

Portlethen, 74. 

Portsoy, 94. 

Pratt, James, 35. 

Pratt, John Burnett, 59, 130. 

Premnay, 122. 

Pre-reformation church, 21, 65. 

Presbyterian Church, 23, 67. 

Pressly, D. L., 112. 

Profeit, R. A., 84. 

Pyper, William, 37. 

Raban, Edward, 42, 174. 

Raeburn, A. J., 91. 

Rainy, Robert, 64. 

Rait, Robert Sangster, 27, 30. 

Rampini, Charles, 79. 



Ramsay, Alexander, 33, 38, 80, 140, 167. 

Ramsay, E. M., 75. 

Ramsay, Edward Bannerman, 152, 153. 

Ramsay, John, 31, 153. 

Ramsay, John {Aberdeen Journal), 14. 

Ramsay, Sir William M., 55. 

Rannes, 123. 

Rathen, 122. 

Rathmorial, 105. 

Rathven, 122. 

Rattray, 85. 

Ravenscroft, Edward, 140. 

Ray, James, 155. 

Rayne, 123. 

Records, Public, 52. 

Ree, Stephen, 28, 68, 69, 77, 78, 79, 81, 

88, 100, 111, 171. 
Reeves, W. P., 147. 
Regalia of Scotland, 89, 107. 
Reid, Alan, 147. 
Reid, Sir Alexander J. F., 78. 
Reid, George, 38, 55. 
Reid, Sir Hugh Gilzean, 147, 153, 160. 
Reid, James. 92. 
Reid, JohnT., 155. 
Reid, Robert W., 60. 
Reid, Thomas, 172. 
Reid, William, Peterhead, 121. 
Reid, Rev. William, 168. 
Reids of Barra, 80. 
The Religious orders, 22. 
Rennie, John, 37. 
Rettie, James, 14, 15. 
Rhind, William, 168, 169. 
Rhynie, 124. 
Rice, James, 157. 
Riddell, James, 17. 
Ritter, Otto, 147. 
Robb James, 140. 
Robbie, William, 12, 26, 160. 
Robertson, Alexander Webster, 18, 175. 
Robertson, George, 140, 147. 
Robertson, James, 141. 
Robertson, James A., 50. 
Robertson, Joseph, 105. 
Robertson, Joseph, Li .D., 10, 12, 14, 

19, 22, 23, 31, 42, 56, 66, 99, 130^ 

168, 175, 176. 
Robertson, Thomas, 116. 
Robertson, William, 53. 
Robson, George Fennel), 168. 
Rodger, Ella Hill Burton, 12, 34, 136,. 

160. 
Roger, J. C, 155. 

Rogers, Charles, 16, 99, 100, HI, 127. 
Rose, David Murray, 53, 79. 
Rosebery, Archibald, 5th Earl, 53. 
Rosehearty, 96, 122. 

189 



ABERDEEN, BANFF, KINCARDINE 



Ross, Alexander, 12. 

Ross, Alexander, Lochlee, 143, 147. 

Ross, James A., 10. 

Ross, John, Jr., 138. 

Ross, John {printer), 15. 

Ross, Thomas, 51, 63. 

Rosses of Egypt, 83. 

Rothiemay, 124. 

Roughead, William, 132. 

Row, John, 57, 64. 

Row, John, Carnock, 64. 

Roy, Neil, 160. 

Ruddiman, Family of, 80. 

Ruddiman, Jacob, 159. 

Ruddiman, Walter, 147. 

Ruddimann, Thomas, 147, 173, 175. 

Russell, Alexander D. (Neil Roy), 160. 

Russell, John, 109. 

Rust, James, 126. 

Rutherford, Samuel, 13. 

Ruthven, 81. 

Sage, Donald, 31. 

Sage, John, 67. 

St. Cyrus, 124. 

St. Fergus, 125, 132. 

St. Fittick, 116. 

St. Machar cathedral, 21. 

St. Nicholas church, 21. 

St. Wallach, 98. 

Saltoun, Alexander, I7th baron, 96. ' 

Sander, Arnold, 147. 

Sauchen, 82. 

Saunders, Robert, 77. 

Savoch of Deer, 114. 

Schuster, Rose, 160. 

Scott, Andrew, 176. 

Scott, David 121, 152. 

Scott, Hew, 23, 64. 

Scott, J. Moffat, 67. 

Scott, James (engraver), 107. 

Scott, Sir Walter, 13, 160. 

Scott, William F., 109. 

Scott, William John, 141. 

Seabury, Samuel, 25. 

Seafleld, 86. 

Seivwright, George, 87. 

Selbie, George A. {Esme Hope), 73, 160. 

Seton, Alexander, Lord Fyvie, 97. 

Seton, Family of. 97. 

Seton, George, 59, 97. 

Seton John, 95. 

Shand, Alexander Innes, 153. 

Shand, Sir Charles Farquhar, 66. 

Shand, Family of, 95. 

Shand, George, 95. 

Sharpe, Charles Kirkpatrick, 97, 106. 

Shaw, Lachlan, 62. 



Shearar, John, 170. 

Shearer, David, 81, 101, 106, 124. 

Shennan, Hay, 53. 

Sherran, Andrew, 113. 

Shewan, Alexander, 28. 

Shirreff, Alexander, 25. 

Shirrefs, Andrew, 147. 

Shivas, James, 121. 

Sim, George, 136, 138. 

Sim, John, 117. 

Sim, Robert, 81, 104. 

Simpson, Archibald, 20. 

Simpson, H. F. M., 31. 

Simpson, Helen Coutts, 77. 

Simpson, J. J., 141. 

Simpson, W. J., 18. 

Sinclair, Catherine, 156. 

Sinclair, Donald, 40, 56. 

Sinclair, James, 139, 141. 

Sinclair, John, 7th Lord, 95. 

Sinclair, Sir John, 53, 141. 

Skea, Isabella L., 38. 

Skeat, W. W., 143, 175. 

Skellater, 126. 

Skelton, Constance Oliver, 53. 

Skelton, John, 132, 153, 160. 

Skene, 125. 

Skene, Alexander, 12, 25. 

Skene, Alexander Johnston Chalmers, 

173. 
Skene, Andrew, 77. 
Skene, Andrew Philip, 125. 
Skene, Gilbert, 15, 34. 
Skene, James, of Rubislaw, 23, 54. 
Skene of Auchtererne, 110. 
Skene of Belhelvie, 78. 
Skene of Dumbreck, 90. 
Skene of Dyce, 90. 
Skene of Rubislaw, 117. 
Skene of Ruthrieston, 117. 
Skene of Skene, 125. 
Skene of Wester Corse and Raeraore, 

83. 
Skene, Thomas, 125. 
Skene, William, 17. 
Skene, William Forbes. 15, 34, 53, 78, 

83,902, 110, 117, 125. 
Skinner, James Scott, 151. 
Skinner, John, Forfar, 67. 
Skinner, John, Linshart, 64, 147. 
Skir Drostan, 71. 
Slains, 125. 

Slains, Buttery college at, 85. 
Slater, Capt., 169. 
Slater, Edward T., 112. 
Slezer, John, 168, 173. 
Small, John, 144. 
Smeaton, John, 37. 



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INDEX 



Smith, A. C, 57, 118. 

Smith, Alexander, 12, 58. 

Smith, Alexander Emslie, 25, 84, 87, 126. 

Smith, Charles, 40. 

Smith, Family of, 102, 117. 

Smith, Francis, Aboyne, 72. 

Smith, George, 147. 

Smith, George Adam, 75. 

Smith. George Watt [yohn Harlaw), 

160. 
Smith, J. H., 105. 
Smith, James, B.D., 24, 117. 
Smith, James, Banff, 77. 
Smith, John, 20. 
Smith, John (analyst), 141. 
Smith, Joseph, Birse, 79. 
Smith, Lewis, 19, 43, 169. 
Smith, Lewis and James, 167. 
Smith, Robert Harvey, 124. 
Smith, Walter Chalmers, 160. 
Smith, William, Auchindoir, 73. 
Smith, William, Jr. {artist), 19. 
Smith, William McCombie, 61, 128, 151, 

153. 
Smith, William Robertson, 172, 176. 
Smiths in Glenlivet, 102. 
Society of Friends, 24. 
Souter, David, 138, 141. 
Spalding, John, 23. 
Spence, Elizabeth Isabella, 156. 
Spence, James, 78. 
Speyside, 167. 
Spiers, Graham, 118. 
Stables, William Gordon, 160. 
Stark, James, 14, 22, 64, 113, 160. 
Steiger, Otto, 147. 
Steill, Alexander, 115. 
Stephen, Family of, 102. 
Stephen, Thomas, 64. 
Stephen, William, 64. 
Stephenson, William, 27. 
Steuart, J., 75. 
Steuart, Robert, 108. 
Stevenson, Joseph, 54. 
Stewart, James, 121. 
Stewart, Theophilus, 31. 
Stewart, William, 148. 
Stewart, William Grant, 151. 
Stoker, Bram., 160. 
Stokes, Whitley, 116. 
Stonehaven, 89, 91, 92. 
Stoneywood, 115. 
Stowe, Harriet Beecher, 156. 
Strachan, 126. 

Strachan, Family of, 111, 126. 
Straloch, 90. 
Strathavon, 62. 
Strathbogie, 62 ; presbytery of, 69. 



Strath bogie case, 69. 

Strathdee, 83. 

Strathdeveron, 80. 

Strathdon, 126. 

Strathisla, 62, 100. 

Strathspey, 167. 

Strichen, 127. 

Struthers, John, 31. 

Stuart, Harry, 141. 

Stuart, James, Inchbreck, 61. 

Stuart, John (advocate), 10, 14, 22, 23, 

52, 54, 57, 68, 69, 83. 
Stuart, John (prof.), 14, 31, 54. 
Stuart, Peter, 121. 
Stuartfield, 114. 
Sturrock, J. B., 17. 
Sutherland, Alexander, 156. 
Sutherland, Earldom of, 123. 
Sutherland, George, 25, 67. 
Sutherland, W., 84. 
Suttie, George C, 73. 
Swinton, R. B., 106. 
Symon, James David, 141, 

Tarland and Migvie, 127. 

Tarves, 127. 

Taylor, Alexander, 141. 

Taylor, Elizabeth, 84. 

Taylor, George, 20. 

Taylor, James, 166. 

Taylor, James, Elgin, 54. 

Taylor, Rev. James, 54. 

Taylor, John, 15. 

Taylor, John, Rosemount, 141. 

Taylor, John (the water poet), 84, 174. 

Taylor, William Lawrence, 176. 

Taylor & Skinner, 170. 

Taylour, Robert, 110. 

Telford, Thomas, 37. 

Temple, William, 60, 95, 97, 112, 130. 

Tennant, Joseph, 160. 

Terpersie, 128. 

Terry, Charles Sanford, 27, 54, 136, 176. 

Thom, George, 103. 

Thom, Walter, 12, 20. 

Thom, William, 148. 

Thomson, Alexander, 18, 87. 

Thomson, Family of, 113. 

Thomson, George, 60. 

Thomson, H. M., 113. 

Thomson, J. H., 89. 

Thomson, James, 38. 

Thomson, James, Aberlour, 72. 

Thomson, James Booth, 26, 176. 

Thomson, John Arthur, 60. 

Thomson, John Maitland, 52. 

Thomson, Katharine, 54. 

Thomson, Thomas, 52. 



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Thomson, William, 96. 

Thornton, Thomas, 156. 

Thorpe, Markham John, 54. 

Tillyfour, 128. 

Tillyfourie, 113. 

Tocher, James Fowler, 60, 96, 121, 134, 

136. 
Tocher, James Williamson, 60. 
Tod, William, 79. 
Todd, George Eyre, 19. 
Tomintoul, 108. 
Torrie, Alexander, 11, 56. 
Torry, 16, 116. 
Tough, 128. 
Tough, John D., 17. 
Towie, 126, 128. 
Town Council. Minutes, 10. 
Trail, James W. H., 27, 60, 84. 
Train, Joseph, 80. 
Trotter, H. J., 125. 
Troup, 97. 

Troup, Alexander J. M., 101. 
Troup, F. W., 73. 
Troup, George, 87. 
Troup, Robert, 101. 
Troup, the lairds of, 97. 
Tucker, Thomas, 37, 141. 
TuUich, 99. 
Tullos, 82. 

Tullynessle and Forbes, 128. 
Turner, A., 19. 
Turreff, Gavin, 10, 58. 
Turreff, James, 21, 25. 
Turriff, 129 ; presbytery of, 69. 
Tyrie, 129 
Tyrie, Andrew, 101. 
Tyrie, Family of, 101. 
Tyrie, James, 101. 
Tytler, William, 148. 

Udny, 130. 

Udny of that ilk, 130. 

United Free Church, 26. 

University class records, 28. 

University commissions, 29. 

University periodicals, 30. 

Urie, 92. 

Urquhart, Sir Thomas, 176. 

Valentine, James, 18, 19, 58. 
Valentine, James, yr., 16. 
Vaus, John, 31, 41. 
Victoria, Queen, 13, 85. 

Walcott, Mackenzie E. C, 66. 
Walker, Alexander, 14, 16^, 21, 22, 32^, 

33, 35, 37, 39, 41, 92, HI, 116, 117, 

171. 



Walker, George, 17, 128, 176. 

Walker, James, 89. 

Walker, Robert, 20. 

Walker, William, 11, 32, 35, 72, 121, 

147, 148, 161, 176. 
Walker, William, LL.D., 17, 31, 153. 
Walla Kirk, 98. 
Wallace, T. D., 60, 123. 
Warrack, Alexander, 148. 
Waterton, 90. 

Watson, James (printer), 42, 85, 148. 
Watson, John, 95. 
Watson, William, 148. 
Watson, William (sheriff-sub.), 19, 132, 

141, 153. 
Watt, Alexander, 108. 
Watt, James Crabb, 61, 89, 176. 
Watt, John. 39. 

Watt, William, 12, 56, 73, 92, 138, 176. 
Waugh, Edwin, 156. 
Webster, George, 112, 153. 
Wedderburn, Sir William, 141. 
Wesley, John, 25. 
Wesleyan Methodists, 25. 
Wester Ugie, 110. 
Westland, Albert, 28. 
Whitefield, George, 25. 
Whitehaugh, 129. 
Whitehill, 114. 
Whitehurst, F. F., 85. 
Whyte, Alexander, 125. 
Wight, A., 141. 
Wight, John, 148, 151. 
Wilkie, T., 54. 
Wilkin, George, 141. 
Wilkinson, J., 121. 
Will, James, 136. 
Will, William, 19. 
Williams, George, 109, 148, 160. 
Willis, N. P., 156. 

Wilson, Alexander Stephen, 136, 141. 
Wilson, Andrew, 141. 
Wilson, David, 26, 70. 
Wilson, James, 142. 
Wilson, James, Edinburgh, 156. 
Wilson, James Hall, 12, 26, 153. 
Wilson, John S., 71. 
Wilson, Robert, 12. 
Wilson, Robert Morrison, 28. 
Wilson, W. B. R., V, 58, 59. 
Wilson & Co., G. W., 20. 
Wimberley, Douglas, 73, 74, 81, 82, 87, 

94, 97, 98, 103, 104, 105, 122, 123, 

124, 129. 
Wise, Family of. 111. 
Wishart, George, 93. 
Wishart, John W., 31. 
Wood, James Mackenzie Anderson, 96. 



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Wood, Joseph, 37. 
Wood, William, 78. 
-Woodside, 16, 115. 
Wright, Alexander, 136. 
Wright, Joseph, 148. 



Yeats, John, 59. 
Young, Archibald, 138. 
Young, James, 104. 
Ythan Wells, 94, 95. 



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