Geographical collections relating to Scotland made by Walter Macfarlane

by Walter Macfarlane

Publisher: Printed by T. and A. Constable for the Scottish History Society in Edinburgh

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  • Scotland -- Description and travel,
  • Scotland -- Historical geography

Edition Notes

Vol. 3 edited by Sir Arthur Mitchell and James T. Clark.

Statementedited from Macfarlane"s transcript in the Advocates" library by Sir Arthur Mitchell.
SeriesPublications of the Scottish History Society,, v. 51-53
ContributionsMitchell, Arthur, Sir, 1826-1909, ed., Clark, James Toshach, joint ed.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDA750 .S25 vol. 51-53
The Physical Object
Pagination3 v.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6971757M
LC Control Number06024007
OCLC/WorldCa2217547

The Young MS, commonly referred to as the ‘MacFarlane Manuscript’ (for whom it was written), dates from c. Little is known of MacFarlane himself, but the manuscript is thought to have been made widely accessible across Edinburgh by its patron (Johnson , 11) and its material widely disseminated throughout Fiddle repertory of the later 18th century. Genealogical collections concerning families in Scotland,. [Walter MacFarlane; James Toshach Clark] MacFarlane's Genealogical collections: Responsibility: made by W. Macfarlane, Ed. from the original manuscripts in the Advocates' Library, by James Toshach Clark. Related . That of old, all those of any publict spirit in the parioch specially the gentlemen conveened upon St. Stephens day if lawfull, and failzeing thereof the next lawfull day at the Knock of Alves, with their best horse and armes, and ran there races westward two miles and 1/2 . Castle Cary Castle (sometimes called Castlecary Castle) is a fifteenth-century tower house, about 6 miles (10 km) from Falkirk, in the former county of Stirlingshire, Scotland. It is less than 3 miles from Cumbernauld is located near to the site of one of the principal forts of the Roman Antonine Wall.

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Volumes - Geographical Collections relating to Scotland; Description: Made by Walter MacFarlane. Edited from Macfarlane's transcript in the Advocates' Library by Sir Arthur Mitchell.

In three volumes. Illustrations, folded facsimile. Shelfmark: - Additional NLS resources: Library catalogue record; Attribution and. PREFACE. The Collection of Manuscripts formed by Walter Macfarlane was purchased by the Faculty of Advocates in from his niece Miss Janet Macfarlane, for the sum of twenty-one pounds.

Among those manuscripts, in addition to the two volumes of Genealogical Collections —now by the permission of the Faculty published for the first time—were The Geographical Collections, 3 vol 8., the.

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Scottish History Society volumes > Series 1 > Volumes - Geographical Collections relating to Scotland >. A collection of genealogies of ancient Scottish families compiled around by Walter Macfarlane. Re-published in as ‘Genealogical collections concerning families in Scotland’ for private circulation to members of the Scottish History Society.

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Sir Arthur Mitchell. Geographical Collections relating to Scotland made by Walter Macfarlane: Publication Date: Publication Place: Edinburgh: Physical Resource Type: Book: Description: This book contains a 'A Description of Carrict' by Mr. Abercrummie, Minister of Minibole and a 'Description of Some Parishes in Kyle in Airshire []'.

Geographical Collections relating to Scotland Made by Walter MacFarlane. edited from Macfarlane's transcript in the Advocates' Library by Sir Arthur Mitchell.

In three volumes. Illustrations, folded facsimile. Published Diary of Sir Archibald Johnston of Wariston, Geographical Collections Relating to Scotland Made by Walter MacFarlane in 3 volumes; The History of the Ancient Scots By The Rev. Duncan M'Callum () Scotch Stories Or The Chronicles of Keckleton by David Grant () Scottish Guardian Volume the Second January to December ; Scottish Diaries and Memoirs - Geographical collections relating to Scotland made by Walter Macfarlane.

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A Dictionary of the Older Scottish Tongue (up to ) Bibliography. Macfarlane's Geog. Coll. [v.d.] Geographical Collections relating to Scotland made by Walter. MacFarlane, with partners Thomas Russell and James Marshall, incorporated W MacFarlane & Co. Ltd in They took over a foundry works in Saracen Lane, behind the Saracen Head Inn, in the foundry had previously (from at least ) been in the control of Stephen Miller (father of Daniel Miller).

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19ff CS1 maint: ref=harvCountry: Scotland. Walter MacFarlane () was born in Torrance of Campsie, East Dunbartonshire, Scotland, and worked for a jeweller in the Trongate, Glasgow, Scotland, before starting an apprenticeship to James Buchanan, blacksmith, Stockwell Street, Glasgow.

He subsequently worked for 10 years as a foreman of the Cumberland foundry of Moses, McCulloch & Co, Gallowgate, Glasgow.

Macfarlane's nephew and heir, Walter Macfarlane Junior (–) 7 oversaw its workforce of inand by the premises had increased to 24 acres in extent.

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Sir Arthur Mitchell and James Toshach Clark (Edinburgh, ). 19th of Arrochar, and 20th chief of the Macfarlane clan. Son of John Macfarlane of Ardess (d.

) and Helen Arbuthnot (). Half-brother (on his mother's side) of John d () to Elizabeth Erskine. Macfarlane was arguably the most respected antiquarian and genealogist in 18th century Scotland, leading the University of Glasgow to confer on him an honorary degree.Geographical collections relating to Scotland made by Walter Macfarlane by Macfarlane, Walter, d.

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