Historical Geography of the Clans of
By T. B. Johnston, F.R.G.S. and Colonel
James A. Robertson
List of Books
following is a list of some of the more convenient
books of reference relating to the Highland
Burton’s History of Scotland, chaps. lxxii.,
lxxiii., lxxv., lxxxii., lxxxix., xcii.
Chambers’s History of the Rebellions in Scotland
and History of the Rebellion of 1745-46.
History of the Highlands. 4 vols. Glasgow, 1836.
History of the Scottish Highlands. 2 vols.
Edinburgh and London, 1877.
Napier’s Memorials of Montrose, 2 vols.,
Maitland Club, 1848 ; Memoirs of Montrose, 2
vols., Edinburgh, 1856; and Memorials of
Dundee, 3 vols., Edinburgh, 1859-62.
(Napier reviews the whole of the original
authorities, and despite their violent
partisanship his books remain the standard works
on Montrose and Dundee.)
of the Atholl and Tullibardine Families. Collected
and arranged by John, seventh Duke of Atholl, K.T.
4 Vols. Edinburgh, privately printed, 1896.
History of the Great Civil War, chaps. xxvi.,
xxx., xxxiii., xxxvi. (Montrose’s campaign).
Letters and Journals. Edited by David Laing. 3
vols. Edinburgh, 1841-42.
Deeds of Montrose. Edited by the Rev. Alex. D.
Murdoch and H. F. Morland Simpson. Edinburgh,
Memorials of the Troubles in Scotland, etc. 2
vols. Spalding Club, 1850.
Gordon of Ruthven’s Britane’s Distemper. Spalding
History of England, chap. xiii. (Dundee’s
Grameid. Edited by the Rev. Alex. D. Murdoch.
Scottish History Society, 1888.
Memoirs of Sir Ewen Cameron of Locheill.
Abbotsford Club, 1842.
Lieut.-General Hugh Mackay’s Memoirs of the War in
Scotland and Ireland, MDCLXXXJX.MDCXCI. Bannatyne
Papers. 2 vols. London, 1817.
Papers. London, 1815.
History of England from the Peace of Utrecht to
the Peace of Versailles, chaps. v., vi., x.,
xxvii., xxviii., xxix. (1715, 1719, 1745. The
chapters relating to the ‘45 were printed
separately as "The Forty-five." London, 1851.)
History of the Late Rebellion. Dumfries, 1718.
History of the Late Rebellion. London, 1717.
of Sinclair’s Memoirs of the Insurrection in
Scotland in 1715. Notes by Sir Walter Scott.
Abbotsford Club, 1858.
Register of the late Rebellion. London, 1718.
(Trials of Prisoners.)
of Original Letters, etc., relating to the
Rebellion, 1715. Edinburgh, 1730.
Attempt of 1719. Edited by W. K. Dickson. Scottish
History Society, 1895.
History of the Rebellion in 1745. London, 1802.
Chevalier de Johnstone’s Memoirs of the Rebellion
in 1745 and 1746. London, 1820.
Kirkconnell’s Narrative of Charles Prince of
\Vales’ Expedition to Scotland. Maitlancl Club,
Lord Provost Stewart. Edinburgh, 1747.
the Proceedings of the Board of General Officers
o~i the Conduct of Lt.-Gen. Sir John Cope. London,
A List of
Persons concerned in the Rebellion, 1745-46. With
a Preface by Lord Rosebery, and Annotations by the
Rev. Walter Macleod. Scottish History Society,
Memoirs of Sir Robert Strange and Andrew Lumisden.
2 vols. London, 1855.
Thomson’s Memoirs of the Jacobites. 3 vols.
and Times of Prince Charles Stuart. London, 1883.
Memoirs of the Pretenders and their Adherents.
2 vols. London, 1845.
Memoirs of Prince Charles Stuart. 2 vols.
Papers relating to the Jacobite Period. Edited by
Colonel James Allardyce. 2 vols. New
Spalding Club, 1895-96.
March of the
Highland Army in the Years 1745-46. (Order-book
kept by Captain James Stuart of Lord Ogilvie’s
Regiment. Contains daily Orders from Oct. 10,
1745,to April 12, 1746.) Miscellany
of the Spalding Club, 1841, vol. i., pp. 275-343.
The Lyon in
Mourning. Edited by Henry Paton. 3 vols. Scottish
History Society, 1895-96. Itinerary of Prince
Charles Edward Stuart. Supplement to The Lyon in
by W. B.
Blaikie. Scottish History Society, 1897. (An
invaluable manual. Contains a full bibliography of
the authorities for the history of the ‘45.)
John Murray of I3roughton. Edited by Robert
Fitzroy Bell. Scottish History Society, 1898.
Cope and the Rebellion of 1745. By the late
General Sir Robert Cadell, K.C.B., Edinburgh:
William Blackwood & Sons, 1898.
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