Geographical Collections Relating to Scotland Made by Walter Macfarlane, Volume 52

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T. and A. Constable, 1907 - Scotland
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Contents

Kinnetles Parish
26
Glames Parish
27
Rescobie Parish J 8
29
b Presbetrie of Dundie 10 Dundie Parish
30
Monifieth Parish
32
Maynes Parish
33
Strathmartine Parish
34
Keatnes Parish
35
Ruthvene Parish
36
Lentrathene Parish
37
Feme Parish
38
Edzell Parish S9 35 Lethnet Parish
39
Strickathroe Parish
40
Peart Parish
41
Portpatrick Parish
42
Marietoune Parish
43
Kinnell Parish
44
St Vigeans Parish
45
Arbirlot Parish
47
Panbryd Parish
48
Barrie Parish
49
f Ancient familes in the Shyre
50
in Large Description of Galloway by the parishes in it by Mr Andrew Symson
51
Stormonth fra Mr D Drummonds Papers
52
Traqueer Parish
53
Cowend Parish
54
Kirkpatrick Irongrey Parish
55
Lochmiton Parish
56
Kirkcudburgh Parish
57
Rerick Parish
58
Kelton Parish
59
Corsemichael Parish
60
Dalry Parish
61
19 Corsefairne Parish
62
Balmaghie Parish
63
Tongueland Parish
64
Borgue Parish
65
Girthton Parish
66
Kirkmabreck Parish
67
Monnygaffe Parish
68
Koryes in Rennach 70 Seats in BuchWhyddyr
69
Braid Albayne
71
Vigton Parish
72
Of Appindow upon Tay
74
Penygham Parish
75
Assyn EderaChewlis Coygach and the Westerne part of Ross
76
Kirkinner Parish
77
Sorbie Parish
81
In Galloway and ther about 82 Stratheiren in Murrey and Lochmuy 83 The back of the Ochels and Allon River
83
c Of the Abbayes Priories and Nunries within the Stewartrie of Kirkcudbright
128
Anf Descriptions of Certaine lands of Scotland
138
Cowell
144
Inveraray 3 Lochfyne
145
Loghow
147
Knapdal
149
Terbert 7 Lome
150
Kilmoire
151
Mucarne 10 Killespick
152
Beandirlogh
153
Appin
154
Iona 14 Lismor
155
Durgoure 16 Glencone 17 Lochlevin
157
19 Innerloghie
159
Loquhaber
161
Kilmalie
162
Ardgoure
163
Kengearloch
165
Duard
166
Ardnamurquhen
167
Arrysaig
168
Glengairie
169
Abirtarff
171
Urquhattan
172
Stranearne
173
Glasrie
186
Illa
188
Texa
189
Jura
191
A Short Description of Dunbarton from loose sheets unbound dated of Lochlowmond
192
a Addenda to Dunbartoun Shyrk
200
vim Description of the Lewis by John Morisone
210
A Short Description of I or Iona 1693
216
ADNOTATA AD DeSCRIPTIONEM DUARUM PRjEFECTU
224
PACE
234
Non Omnino transmisi ad Typooraphum
247
oxii
267
XIIL Moravia Descriptio
306
Adnotata ex Bed k Historia Ecclesiastica Gentis
312
Adnotata ad Antiquitatem Scotorum et in Brit
327
XVIL Adnotata ad Prtenturas Muros Valla qu
336
XVIIL Adnotata de Origine Lingua Saxonice apud
342
De Thule Insula Dissertatio
351
Translation into English of XX
362
XXL De Vestigiis Valli Agricol et postea Adriani
368
Majores Gentis Nostr e
376
De Etimo nominis Scotici et Anthropophagia
385
befor the late troubles
391
Ad Tabulam Fif
402
Translation into English ofxxwu
407
CATHENESIA STRATHNAVERNIA ROSSIA SUTHERLANDIA etc
412
Rossia
413
ASSYNT
414
sutherlandia
417
Cathenesia
421
Strath Navehna
424
EdirdaCheulis
427
Vera Southerlandi k Chorooraphica Descriptio 43i
443
Utinusq Descriptio Topooraphica AuTORE J 49
469
Abrf donia Vetus 48 5
491
Noates and Observations ok dyvers parts of the Hielands and Isles ok Scotland
509
Memorandum for Knodeord
525
Memorandum for Knapdail Cantyr Lome 52
526
Kearera
527
Cola
528
Canna
529
Skie or Skianach
531
Lewis or LochHuis
532
Glendochart
534
GlenLochay
535
Forrests in thir Bounds
536
Noats of Distances of Places about Head of Lochtay Loch Erin L Dochart Glen Urquhay
537
Ross and the parts therof out of Mr Timothy Pont his papers
538
Forrests in Ross
539
Loch Bruyn or Wruyin
540
GlenElcheg
541
Loch Aelsh
542
Keantaill
543
Assyn
545
Stra Charroun
546
Loch Carroun upon the West Sea
548
Aird
549
Urwhodin
550
56 Stra Farror
552
Are Meanach
553
Seats betwixt StraArkeg anil Innerness 39 Seats in Abirtarff rr6
556
Seats in Stra Nairn in Murray
557
Seats in StraErin in Murray
558
Strath Navern
559
Glenlyon
562
Coryes and Sheels in Glenlyon
563
Of Braid Allaban
564
Places about the head of Loch Erin
565
Stra Gartnay
566
P4GE
568
From thrie sheet of Paper sticht together marked
614
Beanevies Pairts of the High
639
Index Regionum prescriptarum earundemqj descrip
641
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