Celtic & Scottish Studies

Volume 17

Availability and contents

Review of Scottish Culture Volume 17 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

  • Adrian Cox, 'Medieval fairs and markets in Angus and Fife: a discussion of the documentary and artefactual evidence'
  • Forbes W Robertson, 'William Gibbs, Lord Seaforth’s Gardener, 1787-1812'
  • Heather Holmes, 'For the encouragement of agricultural improvement in Scotland in the 1780s: subscribers to the agricultural books of David Young'
  • Ian MacLachlan, '"The greatest and most offensive nuisance that ever disgraced the capital of a kingdom": the slaughterhouses and shambles of modern Edinburgh'
  • John Burnett, 'Small showmen and large firms: the development of Glasgow Fair in the nineteenth century'
  • James R Coull, 'The herring brand in Scotland 1809-1938: a controversial but necessary measure of quality control?'

Shorter Notes

  • Henry W Noble, 'The role of newspaper advertisements in the spread of the availability of dental treatment in Scotland'
  • Michael Montgomery and Anne Smyth, 'Progress report on the Ulster-Scots Academy'
  • Alexander Fenton, 'The Lesmahagow Farmers’ Club'