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  • Life of Charles Grant: Sometime Member of Parliament for Inverness-shire, The
    By Morris, H.
    A biography of Charles Grant, chairman of the British East India Company and Member of Parliament for Inverness-shire.  


  • More Culloden Papers (volume 1)
    By Warrand, D. (ed.)
    The first volume in this series contains documents relating to the Forbes family of Culloden and the history of Inverness-shire during the period from 1626 to 1704. Subjects include the civil war of the 1640s and the build-up to the Revolution of 1648.


  • More Culloden Papers (volume 2)
    By Warrand, D. (ed.)
    The second volume in this series contains documents relating to the Forbes family of Culloden and the history of Inverness-shire during the period from 1704 to 1725. It is dominated by the growth of Jacobitism and the Risings in support of James Francis Edward Stewart's claim to the British throne.


  • More Culloden Papers (volume 3)
    By Warrand, D. (ed.)
    The third volume in this series contains documents relating to the Forbes family of Culloden and the history of Inverness-shire during the period from 1725 to 1745.


  • More Culloden Papers (volume 4)
    By Warrand, D. (ed.)
    The fourth volume in this series contains documents relating to the Forbes family of Culloden and the history of Inverness-shire during the period from February 1744 to February 1746. It is predominantly concerned with the build up to the Jacobite Rising of 1745 and concludes with the rebels retreat to the Highlands.


  • More Culloden Papers (volume 5)
    By Warrand, D. (ed.)
    The fifth and final volume in this series contains documents relating to the Forbes family of Culloden and the history of Inverness-shire during the period from February 1746 to December 1747. It primarily concerns the end of the Jacobite Rebellion of 1745-46 and its aftermath.


  • Papers Illustrative of the Political Condition in the Highlands of Scotland
    By M'Conechy, M
    A collection of over 100 documents (letters, minutes etc) relating to political life in Scotland in the late 17th century. Many relate to the Earl of Melville and the Earl of Stair, both of whom acted as Secretary of State for Scotland for William III. There are also many papers relating to the Massacre of Glencoe.


  • Public Administration in the Highlands and Islands of Scotland
    By Day, J.P.
    An examination on the effects of government policy on the Highlands of Sotland in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.


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