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  • An Account of Some Remarkable Ancient Ruins, lately discovered in the Highlands and northern parts of Scotland
    By Williams, J.
    A collection of letters concerning the discovery of vitrified forts in Northern Scotland


  • Celtic Magazine, The (1876)
    By MacKenzie, A. & MacGregor, A. [ed.]
    Volume one of the Celtic Magazine includes a range of articles on a number of subjects including literature, history, traditions, folklore and social customs of the Highlands and Islands    


  • Celtic Magazine, The (1877)
    By MacKenzie, A. [ed.]
    Volume two of the Celtic Magazine includes a range of articles on a number of subjects including literature, history, traditions, folklore and social customs of the Highlands and Islands  


  • Celtic Magazine, The (1878)
    By MacKenzie, A. [ed.]
    Volume three of the Celtic Magazine includes a range of articles on a number of subjects including literature, history, traditions, folklore and social customs of the Highlands and Islands  


  • Celtic Magazine, The (1879)
    By MacKenzie, A. [ed.]
    Volume four of the Celtic Magazine includes a range of articles on a number of subjects including literature, history, traditions, folklore and social customs of the Highlands and Islands    


  • Celtic Magazine, The (1880)
    By MacKenzie, A. [ed.]
    Volume five of the Celtic Magazine includes a range of articles on a number of subjects including literature, history, traditions, folklore and social customs of the Highlands and Islands  


  • Celtic Magazine, The (1881)
    By MacKenzie, A. [ed.]
    Volume six of the Celtic Magazine includes a range of articles on a number of subjects including literature, history, traditions, folklore and social customs of the Highlands and Islands  


  • Celtic Magazine, The (1882)
    By MacKenzie, A. [ed.]
    Volume seven of the Celtic Magazine includes a range of articles on a number of subjects including literature, history, traditions, folklore and social customs of the Highlands and Islands  


  • Celtic Magazine, The (1883)
    By MacKenzie, A. [ed.]
    Volume eight of the Celtic Magazine includes a range of articles on a number of subjects including literature, history, traditions, folklore and social customs of the Highlands and Islands  


  • Celtic Magazine, The (1884)
    By MacKenzie, A. [ed.]
    Volume nine of the Celtic Magazine includes a range of articles on a number of subjects including literature, history, traditions, folklore and social customs of the Highlands and Islands  


  • Celtic Magazine, The (1885)
    By MacKenzie, A. [ed.]
    Volume ten of the Celtic Magazine includes a range of articles on a number of subjects including literature, history, traditions, folklore and social customs of the Highlands and Islands    


  • Celtic Magazine, The (1886)
    By MacKenzie, A. [ed.]
    Volume eleven of the Celtic Magazine includes a range of articles on a number of subjects including literature, history, traditions, folklore and social customs of the Highlands and Islands    


  • Celtic Magazine, The (1887)
    By MacBain, A. [ed.]
    Volume twelve of the Celtic Magazine includes a range of articles on a number of subjects including literature, history, traditions, folklore and social customs of the Highlands and Islands    


  • Celtic Magazine, The (1888)
    By MacBain, A. [ed.]
    Volume thirteen of the Celtic Magazine includes a range of articles on a number of subjects including literature, history, traditions, folklore and social customs of the Highlands and Islands      


  • Celtic Monthly, The (1892-93)
    By MacKay, John [ed.]
    The first volume of Celtic Monthly contains almost 200 articles and contributions on a wide variety of subjects including history, language and literature, music, poetry and biography


  • Celtic Monthly, The (1894)
    By MacKay, John [ed.]
    The second volume of Celtic Monthly contains over 200 articles and contributions on a wide variety of subjects including history, language and literature, music, poetry and biography


  • Celtic Monthly, The (1895-96)
    By MacKay, John [ed.]
    The fourth volume of Celtic Monthly contains over 200 articles and contributions on a wide variety of subjects including history, language and literature, music, poetry and biography. There is also extensive coverage of the activities of Clan Societies and Highland Associations around the world


  • Celtic Monthly, The (1896-97)
    By MacKay, John [ed.]
    The fifth volume of Celtic Monthly contains over 200 articles and contributions on a wide variety of subjects including history, language and literature, music, poetry and biography. There is also extensive coverage of the activities of Clan Societies and Highland Associations around the world


  • Celtic Monthly, The (1897-98)
    By MacKay, John [ed.]
    The sixth volume of Celtic Monthly contains over 200 articles and contributions on a wide variety of subjects including history, language and literature, music, poetry and biography. There is also extensive coverage of the activities of Clan Societies and Highland Associations around the world  


  • Celtic Monthly, The (1898-1900)
    By MacKay, John [ed.]
    The seventh volume of Celtic Monthly contains over 200 articles and contributions on a wide variety of subjects including history, language and literature, music, poetry and biography. There is also extensive coverage of the activities of Clan Societies and Highland Associations around the world


  • Pre-historic Remains of Caithness
    By Laing, S.
    An analysis of pre-historic remains found in Caithness in the mid-19th century.


  • Transactions of The Gaelic Society of Inverness, volume 10
    By Gaelic Society of Inverness, The
    The tenth volume of the Transactions of the Gaelic Society of Inverness includes papers on the Highland regiments and their tartans; the census of 1881; the Celtic remains of southern Britain; Celtic mythology; the social condition of the Highlands and the district of Strathnairn.


  • Transactions of The Gaelic Society of Inverness, volume 11
    By Gaelic Society of Inverness, The
    The eleventh volume of the Transactions of the Gaelic Society of Inverness includes papers on druid circles; the ancient Celts; The Book of Deer; the Celtic derivation of English river names; the social condition of the Highlands; Presbyterial notices of Ardnamurchan and Morvern; Sir Robert Munro; old Gaelic songs; the Gaelic names of birds; Celtic poetry; ministers of the Presbytery of Tongue and the Fernaig Manuscript


  • Transactions of The Gaelic Society of Inverness, volume 13
    By Gaelic Society of Inverness, The
    The thirteenth volume of the Transactions of the Gaelic Society of Inverness includes papers on Sutherland place-names; the MacDonells of Barisdale; popular tales of the Highlands; Clava Cairns and Circles; unpublished letters of Simon, Lord Lovat; church and social life in Badenoch; the Picts; the ancient tale of Deirdire; Lochaber place-names; Ossianic ballads and the Caledonian Canal


  • Transactions of The Gaelic Society of Inverness, volume 19
    By Gaelic Society of Inverness, The
    The nineteenth volume of the Transactions of the Gaelic Society of Inverness includes papers on Donald Murchison and the Forfeited Estates Commissioners; religion and mythology of the Celts; the ecclesiastical history of Strathdearn; the Mackintoshes of Kellachie; Pictish towers and brochs; Celtic elements in Lowland Scottish song; the place-names of Golspie and Rogart; papers from the Cluny charter chest; Norse elements in Highland place-names; the history, legends and traditions of Strathardle


  • Transactions of The Gaelic Society of Inverness, volume 25
    By Gaelic Society of Inverness, The
    The twenty-fifth volume of the Transactions of the Gaelic Society of Inverness includes papers on the place-names of Inverness-shire; Sutherland Gaelic; the Parish of Kiltarlity and Convinth; Wardlaw Church and its clergy; the Urquharts of Cromarty; more poetry and folklore from Loch Ness; the art and early monuments of Scotland


  • Transactions of The Gaelic Society of Inverness, volume 6
    By Gaelic Society of Inverness, The
    The sixth volume of the Transactions of the Gaelic Society of Inverness includes papers on the Ossian poems; ancient religious remains; the collecting of legends and folklore; the early history of Glenurquhart and Castle Urquhart; the Highland Clearances


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