Celtic & Scottish Studies

Volume 12

Availability and contents

Review of Scottish Culture Volume 12 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

  • Sidney P Robertson, 'William Shearer Hewison – historian and author'
  • Charles McKean, 'The Scottish chateau'
  • Athol L Murray, 'Engravers to the mint of Scotland: James Clark and Joseph Cave, 1686-1756'
  • Mary E Robbins, 'Black Africans at the court of James IV'
  • David J Brown, 'The politicians, the revenue men and the Scots distillers, 1780-1800'
  • Ian Maitland Hume, 'Tartan and the wearing of the kilt as a mark of changing concepts of identity in contemporary Scotland'
  • Kaye McAlpine, 'Fair lists in Scottish almanacs'
  • Iain S Macdonald, 'Some Highland lawyers and their clients'
  • Marina Dossena, 'Sense, shortness and salt: ideas of Improvement in eighteenth- and nineteenth-century collections of Scottish proverbs'
  • Heather Holmes, 'Making the most of nature: the medicinal plant scheme'
  • James A Troup, 'Clestrain in Orphir – John Rae’s boyhood home'

Shorter Notes

  • John Burnett, 'Madam Rachel and the meat trade'
  • Alexander Fenton, 'Peat cutting in the Crombie Moss, Banffshire'
  • Iseabail Macleod, 'The Scottish National Dictionary Association at the turn of the century'
  • David Forsyth, 'Scotland and the world'