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The Social and Industrial history of Scotland, from the Union to the present time
Eighteenth Century: Sources

Sources:—Sinclair, Old Statistical Account of Scotland (1791-99); Macintosh of Borlum, Treatise Concerning the Manner of Fallowing the Ground (1724); Burt, Letters from a Gentleman in the North of Scotland (1726), (edition 1815); Ramsay, Scotland and Scotsmen in the Eighteenth Century, edited by Allardyce (1888); Murray, Life in Scotland a Hundred Years Ago (1900); Dunbar, Social Life in Former Days (1865-66); MacPherson, Annals of Commerce, III and IV (1805); Knox, View of the British Empire (1785); Bremner, The Industries of Scotland (1869); MacKinnon, The Union of England and Scotland (2nd edition, 1907); Graham, Social Life of Scotland in the Eighteenth Century (1900); and Scottish Men of Letters in the Eighteenth Century (1901); Couper, The Edinburgh Periodical Press (1908); Grant, History of the Newspaper Press, III (1872); Norrie, Edinburgh Newspapers Past and Present (1891); Ferguson, The Brothers Foulis and Early Glasgow Printing (1889); Mathie-son, The Awakening of Scotland (1910); Kerr, History of Banking in Scotland (2nd edition, 1902); Arnot, History of Edinburgh (1788); Gibson, History of Glasgow (1777); MacGeorge, Old Glasgow (18S0); Marwick, The River Clyde and the Clyde Burghs (1909); Grant, History of the Burgh Schools of Scotland (1876); Strong, History of Secondary Education (1909); Gibson, Education in Scotland (1912); Muirhead, Life of James Watt (1858); Carnegie, James Watt (Famous Scots Series); Woodcroft, Origin and Progress of Steam Navigation (1848); Scott, Francis Hutcheson (1900); Knight, Hume (1SS6); Huxley, Hume (1879); Seth on Hume in English Philosophers and Schools of Philosophy (1912); Adam Smith, The Wealth of Nations, ed. by Nicholson (1S84); Rae, Life of Adam Smith (1895); Hirst, Adam Smith (1904); Farrer, Adam Smith (18S1); MacPherson, Adam Smith (Famous Scots Series); Currie, Bums' Poems and Letters; Blackie, Life of Bums (1888); Hepburn Miller, Literary History of Scotland (1903); Buckle, History of Civilization, III, (ed. 18S5); A. Carlyle, Autobiography 1722-1S05 (1860); Cunningham, Church History of Scotland (1882); McKay, The Scottish School of Painting (1906); Caw, Scottish Painting Past and Present (1908); Murray, Robert and Andrew Foulis (1913).

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