This is a collection of
issues of this publication that are on the Internet Archive. Problem is
that while they mark some of them as volume 1, etc they don't tell you
what is in each volume. This being the case I downloaded a few to
explore the contents and found many interesting articles. I have
thus now downloaded quite a few volumes and so below you can now see the
basic contents for each. When you click on any of these volume links you
are taken to a page for that volume where I've also put in a scan of the
contents page so you can also see the author of each article. At the
foot of the page is a link to download that volume. This actually
takes up a fair amount of time and effort to do this so hopefully you
will find this useful.
There are many
interesting articles in these volumes and just reading Volume 1 you will
find a critical article on genealogy where the author comments on how
the House of Gordon has many compilers but all covering the same main
lines whereas none seem willing to spend time on the minor lines. He
observes that if genealogists worked in co-operation then much more
could be done.
In another article there
is a discussion about how one historian has made many incorrect
observations and thus slanted the history of Scotland for those that
just read his book. The warning is clear in that no history on its own
should be considered totally factual.
The there is an article
on the Sculptured Stones of Scotland which is also very interesting.
A lot of these articles also give references to other works and in each
volume you'll also find a book review section.
The Scottish Historical Review
The Lives of Authors. Lislebourg and Petit
Leith. Scotland Described for Queen Magdalene: a curious volume. Letter
from William Stewart to Ye Regent, 5 August 1569. A Cross-Slab at St.
Andrews. A Hindrance to Genealogy. Hill Burton in Error. Old Oaths and
Interjections. The Catalogue of Early Christian Monuments in Scotland.
An English Letter of Gospatric. On
the Influence of John Lyly. The Law of Treasure Trove. On a Legend from
the Island of Tiree. The Municipal Institutions of Scotland: a
Historical Survey. The Bannatyne Manuscript: a Sixteenth Century
Poetical Miscellany. Life in a Country Manse about 1720. The Fiscal
Policy of Scotland before the Union. Scottish Officers in Sweden. The
Bishops ofDunkeld. Notes on their Succession from the time of Alexander
I. to the Reformation. The Moulding of the Scottish Nation. A
of Scottish Lollardy. Eighteenth Century Estimates of Shakespeare.
Scottish Alliterative Poems. The Story of Conal Grund.
A Successor of
the Danish Ballads. Lady
Mediaeval Stage. Scottish Industrial Undertakings before the Union.
Scottish Ancestors of President Roosevelt. Reviews of Books.
The Scottish Peerage. The Earl's Ferry. The
Charitie of the Boxe. Miss Katherine Reed, Court Paintress. Some
sidelights on the History of Montrose's Campaigns. Scottish Industrial
undertakings before the Union. The Bishops of Dunkeld. The Homes of
Claverhouse Grahams. Knox as an Historian. The Influence of Knox.
Periodical Literature of the Eighteenth Centry. Mary Queen of Scots and
her Brother. The Seige of Edinburgh Castle, 1689. Six Early Charters,
The Use and Forms of Judicial Torture in England and Scotland. James VI
and the Papacy. Rob Stene: A Court Satirist under James VI. The Alter of
St. Fergus in Holy Trinity, St. Andrews. The Scots at Leffingen, 1600.
On Certain Points in Scottish Ethnology. The Household of Mary Queen of
Scots in 1573. Side Lights from the Dunvegan Charter Chest. The Queen's
Maries. The Scots of Solway Moss. Nynia in Northern Pictland. Dunnottar
and its Barons. The Battle of Glenshiel. Le Chateau de Brix en Normandie.
Review of Books.
A Restoration Duel. The 'Scalacronica' of
Sir Thomas Gray. Presbytery and Popery in the Sixteenth Century. The
First Highland Regiment: the Argyllshire Highlanders. Charles the
Second: His Connection with Art and Letters. The Scottish 'Nation' at
the University of Padua. Killiecrankie described by an Eye-Witness.
Scottish Industrial Undertakings before the Union. Portraits and Jewels
of Mary Stuart. The Scottish Nobility and their part in the National
History. 'Charlie He's My Darling,' and other Burns' Originals.
Greyfriars in Glasgow. The Ruthven of Freeland Barony. The Early History
of the Scots Darien Company. Ballads on the Bishops' Wars, 1638-1640.
James I. of Scotland and the University of St. Andrews. The Connexion
between Scotland and Man. The Cardinal and the King's Will. The Diary of
Sir Thomas Hope. The Pentland Rising and the Battle of Rullion Green.
The Excavations at Newstead Fort. The Ruthven of Freeland Barony and Mr.
J. H. Round. Reviews of Books.
Story of the King of Ireland and his two
Sons. Margaret Nairne and a Bundle of Jacobite Letters. The 'Scalacronica'
of Sir Thomas Gray. The Witches of Alloa. The Scottish Parliament,
1560-1707. Glimpses of Old Scots Parish Life. Bishop Norie's Dundee
Baptismal Register, 1722-26. The Union of the Parliaments of England and
Scotland, 1707. About Mary Queen of Scots' Portraits. Scotland and the
Papacy during the Great Schism. A Contract of Mutual Friendship in the
'45. Ancient Legend and Modern Poetry in Ireland. John Carmichael of
Meadowflat, the Captain of Crawford. Unpublished Topical Poem by Dr
Blacklock. The Dispensation for the Marriage of Mary Stuart with
Darnley, and its Date. The Union of 1707: Its Story in Outline. Thomas
Maitland. The Balfours of Pilrig. Separation of Church and State in
France in 1795. Saving the Regalia in 1652. Mary Stuart and the House of
Huntly. Scandinavian Ballads on Caithness Soldiers. Burnet on the
Scottish Troubles. The Scottish College in Paris. Some Early Scottish
Book-bindings and Collectors. The Roman Fort at Newstead: Traces of
Successive Occupations. Review of Books.
The Casket Letters. The Templars in Scotland
in the Thirteenth Century. The 'Scalacronica' of Sir Thomas Gray. The
Teaching of Scottish History in Schools. The Constitutional Necessity
for the Union of 1707. Scottish Students in Heidelberg, 1386-1662. The
Bishops of Glasgow from the Restoration of the See by Earl David to the
Reformation. Notes on the 'Scottish Trial-by-Combat Charter of 1167'.
Allan Cameron's Narrative, February-April, 1716. The Relations of Mary
Stuart with William Maitland of Lethington. Mr. Lang and the Casket
Letters. The Market Cross of Aberdeen. Henry Ker of Graden. The Green
Island. A Roxburghshire Mansion and its Contents in 1729. Economic
Condition of Scotland under the Commonwealth and the Protectorate. A
Contemporary Account of the Highlanders at Macclesfield in 1745.
Peculiar Ordination of a Cumberland Benefice, dated 1285. Count Florent
V. of Holland, Competitor for the Scottish Crown. Did Ecclesiastical
Heraldry exist in Scotland before the Reformation? On the Danish
Ballads. A Border Ballad. The Order of the Golden Fleece. M. Anatole
France on Jeanne d'Arc. The Abbey of Inchaffray. Reviews of Books.
Literature and History. Chronicle of
Lanercost, A.D. 1272-1280. Scottish Trade with the Plantations before
1707. The Relations of the Earl of Murray with Mary Stuart. The Romance
of Sir Tristrem. Claverhouse's Last Letter. Ballads illustrating the
Relations of England and Scotland during the Seventeenth Century. A New
View of the War of Independence. An
Edinburgh Account-Book of Two Hundred Years Ago. Letters of Cardinal
Beaton, 1.537-1541. Sir Thomas More in his English Works. The
Highlanders at Macclesfield in 1745. A New-Year's Gift for the Whigs. A
Northern Baronial House. Saint Maolrubha. On the So-called Portrait of
George Buchanan by Titian. Scotland in the Eighteenth Century. An Elegy
and A Ballad. A Scot in France in 1751. Ecclesiastical Persecution in
the Seventeenth Century. Reviews of Books.
The Author of 'Lancelot of the Laik.' The
First Historian of Cumberland. The Chronicle of Lanercost. The History
of Divorce in Scotland. Letters from Francis Kennedy, Abbeyhill, to
Baron Kennedy at Dalquharran, Mayboll. The Siege of Edinburgh, 1745.
Roderick Dhu: his Poetical Pedigree. Edinburgh in 1544 and Hertford's
Invasion. Jacobite Songs : The True Loyalist or Chevalier's Favourite,
Glasgow Merchants in the French Revolution.
Charter of the Abbot and Convent of Cupar, 1220. A Roman Outpost on
Tweedside: The Fort of Newstead. The Beginnings of St. Andrews
University, 1410-1418. The Dispensation for the Marriage of John, Lord
of the Isles, and Amie Mac Ruari, 1337. Jacobite Songs. The Scottish
Islands in the Diocese of Sodor. Scottish Burgh Records. Two Ballads on
The English Thanksgiving Service for
delivery from the Cowrie
Conspiracy. Spanish Reports and the
Wreck at Tobermory.
Reviews of Books.
The Black Friars and the Scottish
Universities, The Reformers and Divorce; a study on Consistorial
Jurisdiction, Scotsmen Serving the Swede. The Hospitallers in Scotland
in the Fifteenth Century. The Chronicle of Lanercost. The Old Schools
and Universities in Scotland. On the Early Northumbrian Poem, 'A Vision
of the Cross of Christ.' Ragna-rok and Orkney. A Roll of the Scottish
Parliament, 1344. The Monuments of Caithness. The Post-Reformation
Elder. Superstition in Scotland of To-day. Notes on Swedo-Scottish
Families. Helenore, or The Fortunate Shepherdess. Student Life in St.
Andrews before 1450 A.D. Ballad on the Anticipated Birth of an Heir to
Queen Mary, 1554. A Ballad Illustrating the Bishops Wars. John Bruce,
Historiographer. 1745-1826. A Secret Agent of James VI. San Viano : a
Scottish Saint. Reviews of Books.
Lord Elgin in Canada, 1847-1854. The Scottish Progress of James VI. The
Origin of the Holy Loch in Cowall, Argyll. A Mass of St. Ninian. The
Honorific 'The'. The Seafield Correspondence. Jacobite Papers at
Avignon. The Chronicle of Lanercost. Loose and Broken Men. A Forgotten
Scottish Scholar of the Sixteenth Century. Authorship of the Chronicle
of Lanercost. Hamilton of Kincavil and the General Assembly of 1563.
James Mill in Leadenhall Street, 1819-1836. The Royal Scottish Academy.
The Influence of the Convention of the Royal Burghs of Scotland on the
Economic Development of Scotland before 1707. Original Charters of the
Abbey of Cupar, 1219-1448. Arthur Johnston in his Poems. The Castle
Campbell Inventory. Some Seventeenth Century Diaries and Memoirs. Four
Representative Documents of Scottish History. The Trade of Orkney at the
End of the Eighteenth Century. Dr. Blacklock's Manuscripts. A Sixteenth
Century Rental of Haddington. The Origin of the Convention of the Royal
Burghs of Scotland: with a Note on the Connection of the Chamberlain
with the Burghs. Reviews of Books.
Letters of the Papal Legate in Scotland, 1543. By R. K. Hannay. With translation of the Letters, and Note by the Rev. Father Pollen, S.J. The Last Days, Death, and Funeral of Patrick, First Earl of Marchmont, Ex-Chancellor of Scotland. By Sir James Balfour Paul. Medieval Education at Carlisle. By the Rev. Dr. James Wilson. ‘The Savage Man.’ By C. H. Firth. With Illustration. The Lollard Knights. By W. T. Waugh. Intellectual Influences of Scotland on the Continent. By Professor Hume Brown. William Barclay. By David Baird Smith. Scotstarvet’s ‘Trew Relation of the Principall Affaires concerning the State.’ With Introductory Note by George Neilson. Some Sources of the Tales of the Thrie Priests of Peebles. By T. D. Robb. The Battle of Bannockburn. By the Right Hon. Sir Herbert Maxwell, Bart. With two plans. The Principals of the University of Glasgow before the Reformation. By the Rev. Professor James Cooper, D.D. Early University Institutions at St. Andrews and Glasgow: a Comparative Study. By R. K. Hannay. David Laing, Antiquary and Bibliographer. By David Murray, LL.D. Layamon’s Knowledge of Runic Inscriptions. By Albert S. Cook, Yale University. Narrative of a Journey from Edinburgh to Dresden in 1814. By William Anderson. Some Darien Letters, by Lieutenant Robert Turnbull With notes by J. J. Spencer. Reviews of Books. Notes and Replies.
Scotland and the Spanish Armada. The Boundary Stone and the Market
Cross. John Barclay. The Site of the New Park in relation to the Battle
of Bannockburn. Scotstarvet's 'Trew Relation'. In Memoriam: Sir
Archibald C. Lawrie, LL.D., and Rev. Principal Lindsay, D.D., LL.D.
Parliamentary Representation in Scotland. A Seventeenth Century Bishop:
James Atkine, Bishop of Galloway, 1680-1687. Military Papers of the Time
of Charles the Second. Some Medieval House-Burnings by the Vikings of
Orkney. Sir David Lindsay: 1490-1555. Dugald Dalgetty: and Scottish
Soldiers of Fortune. The Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical
Monuments and Constructions of Scotland. Sir Thomas Craig, Feudalist.
John Stewart of Baldynneis: The Scottish Desportes. Britain's First Line
of Defence, and the Mutiny of 1797. Power Traction in Peace and War : a
Historical Sketch. The Preservation of the Tolbooth Steeple of Glasgow.
Edinburgh during the Provostship of Sir William Binning, 1675-1677. A
Journey in Belgium and Germany a Hundred Years Ago. The Sharp-witted
Wife. Reviews of Books.
The Visitation of St. Andrews University in 1690. By R. K. Hannay. The Theory of the Scottish Burgh. By Adolphus Ballard. An Aberdeen Professor of the Eighteenth Century. By J. G. Burnett. Andrew Symson: Preacher, Printer and Poet. By Rev. W. J. Couper. Parliamentary Representation in Scotland: The Lords of the Articles. By Professor R. S. Rait. Reviews of Books.
The Suitors of the Sheriff Court. By Sir P. J. Hamilton-Grierson; The Struggle of George Dundas and his rivals Patrick Panter, James Cortesius, and Alexander Stewart for the Preceptory of Torphichen. By Colin M. MacDonald; The Lawrikmen of Orkney. By J. Storer Clouston; Scotstarvet’s ‘Trew Relation.’ Edited by George Neilson; Murehede or Durisdere. By C. Cleland Harvey. With an illustration of Seal; Free Quarters in Linlithgow, 1642-1647. By C. Sanford Terry; Some Letters of Robert Foulis. By David Murray, LL.D. A Biographical Sketch of General Robert Melville of Stratnkinness. Written by his Secretary. With notes by Evan W. M. Balfour-Melville, B.A. Jean de Villiers Hetman. By David Baird Smith; Thoughts on the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland under the Constitution of 1690 (1690-1707) By Professor A. V. Dicey; The Royal Regiment of Scots Dragoons (now the Scots Greys) two hundred years ago, bemg Letters by Colonel Lord John Hay; with notes by Edward Rodger Alexander Farquharson of Brouchdearg and his Farquharson Genealogies. By A. M. Mackintosh; Mercantile Shipping in the Napoleonic Wars: with some statistics of mercant'Ie shipping losses a hundred years ago. By Professor W. R. Scott; Duel between Sir George Ramsay and Captain Macrae By Sir Herbert Maxwell. Bart. With Portrait; Thomas Mudie and his Mortifications. By Sir James Balfour Paul; The Master of Sinclair. By William Roughead;
Political Ballads Illustrating the Administration of Sir Robert Walpole. By Thomas F. Donald; Glasgow Burghal Records, 1718-1833. By Geo. Neilson; The Political Philosophy of the Marquis of Montrose. By the Ven. Archdeacon Cunningham; A Hitherto Unprinted Charter of David I. By Doris M. Parsons; Trade after the Napoleonic War, with some Comparison between Present Conditions and those of a Hundred Years Ago. By Professor J. Shield Nicholson;
Reviews of Books; Communications and Notes
The Influence of the Reformation on Social and Cultured Life in Scotland. By D. Hay Fleming Or. the Foundation of the College of Justice. By R. K. Hannay, The Palace of Birsay in Orkney. By The Rev. Thomas Miller. With, plan of the Palace of Birsay; The Race of the Trough. Sliochd 'n Amar. By A. M. Mackintosh; The Politics of Burns. By W. P. Ker; The Old Chapels of Orkney. By J. Storcr Clouston; The Pretender’s Printer. By the Rev. W. J. Couper; Sir John Hay, the ‘Incendiary.’ By John A. Inglis; The Coffin in the Wall. By the Dowager Lady Forbes; Note on the Coffin in the Wall. By R. K. Hannay; ‘The British Empire.’ By C. H. Firth; James I., Bishop Cameron, and the Papacy. By R. K. Hannay; The Haunting of Blantyre Craig. By J. R. N. Macphail, K.C.; The Appellate Jurisdiction of the Scottish Parliament By Sir Philip J. Hamilton-Grierson; List of Old Kirks and Chapels in Orkney; The Dennistouns of Dennistoun. By T. F. Donald; The Duke of Tuscany and his Shipwrecked Cargo. By John MacLeod; Macaulay’s Treatment of Scottish History. By C. H. Firth; The Solemn League and Covenant of the Three Kingdoms of England, Scotland and Ireland. By The Hon. Lord Guthrie; The ‘Devil’ of North Berwick. By Miss M. A. Murray; John Lennox and the Greenock Newschut: a Fight against the Taxes on Knowledge. By William Stewart; Reviews of Books