Celtic & Scottish Studies

Volume 14

Availability and contents

Review of Scottish Culture Volume 14 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

  • Priscilla Bawcutt, 'English books and Scottish readers in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries'
  • Vanessa Habib, 'The printed tapestry carpet: the pioneering work of Richard Whytock of Edinburgh 1784-1857'
  • Elia Williamson, 'Horse-racing in Scotland in the sixteenth and earlier seventeenth centuries: Peebles and beyond'
  • John Burnett and Malcolm MacCallum, 'Grangemouth Children’s Day, Bo’ness Fair and Lanimer Day at Lanark'
  • Maurice McCrae, 'The Great Highland Famine and the lack of medical aid'
  • Elaine Thomson, 'The unsung heroines of Victorian feminism: the executive committee of the Edinburgh Hospital for Women and Children, c1885-c1920'
  • Susan Storrier, 'Analysis of some aspects of a farm diary from New Noth, Aberdeenshire, 1801-1850'
  • Susan Sinclair, 'The journal of Donald Sinclair, schoolmaster, Islay, 1835-1871'
  • Robert T Glaister, 'Rural school buildings in the eighteenth century'
  • A D Boney, 'Servants of the Old College, University of Glasgow: misdemeanours and disciplinary methods'
  • Jane Durham and Helen Kemp, 'A wartime threshing machine'

Shorter Notes

  • Alexander Fenton, 'Repairing an Easter Ross mill in 1787'
  • James B M Gibson, 'James Brown Gibson, 5 July 1892-12 July 1914'
  • Kristina Söderpalm and Brian Smith, 'Captain Gustav Ekeberg’s sojourn in Shetland, 1745'