JAMES HEDDERWICK, ESQ.,
Editor of the "Glasgow Citizen."
The thread of the gossamer,
"a trifle light as air," shows the way of the wind; the evanescent
foam-bell upon the surface of the stream indicates the tendency of the
current; and the dedication of my little book may serve to manifest the
drift of my feelings towards one whom I regard as a friend and benefactor.
Permit me therefore to inscribe it to you, with every sentiment of respect
The River Clyde and the Clyde Burghs
The City of Glasgow and its old relations with Rutherglen, Renfrew, Paisley,
Dumbarton, Port Glasgow, Greenock, Rothsey and Irvine by the late Sir James D.
Marwick, LL.D. (1909) (pdf)
The Place and the People, from the Roman Occupation to the Eighteenth Century by
Andrew MacGeorge (1880) (pdf)
This Illustrated Series of Pen and Ink Sketches, collected from large and
expensive works, is issued with the view of supplying the numerous demands of
the Public for a cheap and compact volume containing the racy and popular
delineations of well known Glasgow Characters, by the late Peter Mackenzie and
contemporary writers (pdf)
Old World Glasgow, Scotland: 1860-1899 Oldest Known
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