Celtic & Scottish Studies

Volume 11

Availability and contents

Review of Scottish Culture Volume 11 cover

Availability

This volume is in print, and can be ordered by contacting Kenneth Veitch by email.

Price: £10 (includes p&p for UK orders)

Contents

Articles

  • John Burnett and Robert H J Urquhart, 'Early papingo shooting in Scotland'
  • David J Bryden, 'Mr Clerk the graver; a biographical study in the cultural infrastructure of early modern Scotland'
  • Angelo D M Forte, 'Kenning be kenning and course be course. Alexander Lindsay’s rutter and the problematics of navigation in fifteenth and sixteenth century Scotland'
  • Elizabeth Beaton, 'The Speyside Charity School, Grantown-on-Spey, 1795-1975'
  • Vanessa Habib, 'The Dutch weavers in Scotland, 1731-1752'
  • John G Harrison, 'Drains, middens and cess pits. Public hygiene and drainage in Stirling and other early modern Scottish towns'
  • Anne Gordon, 'The diary of Mr Smith, farmer at Maisondieu, Brechin, Angus, 1794-1801'
  • Harry D Watson'"Poetry Peter" Smith. The fisherman poet of Cellardyke, Fife'
  • Steffen Stumman Hansen, 'Steep hills, strong winds and wealthy sportsmen: Aage Roussell and his journey to the Scottish Isles in 1931'
  • John Beech, 'Hill running in Scotland'

Shorter Notes

  • H Esson, 'A nineteenth-century agriculturist in Orkney'
  • John Burnett, 'Cricket at Balmoral, 1881'
  • John Burnett, 'James Hendy of Newton-on-Ayr'