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REV. A. MACDONALD, MINISTER OF KILLEARNAN.
REV. A. MACDONALD. MINISTER OF KILTARLITY.
THE CLAN DONALD
Rev. a. MACDONALD,
MINISTER OP KILLEARNAN,
Eev. a. MACDONALD,
MINISTER OF KILTARLITY.
" The sovereignty of the Gael to the Clan Cholla,
It isright to proclaim it."
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TO THE MEMORY
OF THE LATE
ADMIEAL Sm REGINALD MACDUNALD
OF CLAN RANALD, K.C.B., K.C.S.L,
21st in direct male DESCENT FROM SOMERLED, KING OF THE ISLES,
AND 15th IN DESCENT FROM REGINALD (ELDEST SON OF JOHN,
LORD OF THE ISLES),
FOUNDER OF THE PRINCELY HOUSE OF CASTLETIRRIM, OF WHOSE RACE
AND NAME HE WAS THE UNDOUBTED CHIEF ; WHOSE CAREER
HAS ADDED FURTHER LUSTRE TO THE ANNALS OF AN
ILLUSTRIOUS LINE, AIsD IS CHERISHED BY EVERY
MEMBER OF THE CLAN OF WHICH HE WAS
SO BRIGHT AN ORNAMENT,
THIS CONCLUDING VOLUME
OF A WORK IN WHICH, WHILE HE LIVEn, HE TOOK SO DEEP AN
INTEREST, IS WITH PROFOUND RESPECT
In issuing the third volume of this work, the
authors are much concerned at the long delay that
has occurred in its preparation, and they feel that
an apology is due to their subscribers as well as to
the general public who are interested in the subject.
The protracted interval between Volumes II. and
III. has been due to a variety of causes more or less
connected with the extensive and complex character
of the work, the numerous branches that sprang
from the parent stock — many of them never before
dealt with—and the many sources, public and
private, from which they endeavoured to elicit
authentic information. These and other causes
tended to delay the appearance of the volume to an
extent that was never anticipated by the authors.
Though the volume is in the main genealogical, it is
not entirely so. The first two chapters are taken
up with the history of the House of Sleat, which
the exigencies of space did not allow of being
incorporated in Volume 11. ; the third deals with
the thorny question of the chiefship, and the fourth
takes up more or less exhaustively the social history
of the clan from about the middle of the 16th
century. The Volume also contains chapters on
the Bards of the Clan and other outstanding
Clansmen. The interest and attractiveness of the
volume are greatly enhanced by a number of
portraits and signatures of prominent clansmen.
The authors acknowledge gratefully the kindness
of many representatives of the various families in
placing at their disposal original portraits and
miniatures, and often taking much trouble in sup-
plying reproductions of pictures which, from their
character, were not adapted for removal. Among
these may be mentioned the Right Honourable the
Earl of Antrim, the Right Honourable the Lady
MacdoDald of the Isles, the Honourable Lady
Macdonald of Clanranald, Mrs Macclonald of Sanda,
Miss Macdonald (of Dalchosnie), Barnfield Hill,
Southampton, Mrs Macdonald Stuart of Dalness,
Mrs Head of Liverailort, Mrs Aylmer Morley,
Angus Macdonald of Clanranald, J. R. M. Macdonald
of Largie, Colonel John McDonnell of Kilmore,
J. A. R. Macdonald of Balranald, Allan R. Mac-
donald (of Belfinlay), yr. of Waternish ; Professor
Arthur A. Macdonell of Lochgarry, Oxford ; Dr
Duncan Macdonald, Oban; Alexander Macdonell
Stewart, Lynedoch Place, Edinburgh ; Allan Mac-
donald, LL.D., Glenarm ; and Andrew Macdonald,
Sheriff-Clerk of Inverness-shire.
The authors also desire gratefully to acknowledge
the assistance rendered by many members of the clan,
and others, who placed family genealogies and relative
records at their disposal, or otherwise helped in the
preparation of this volume. In this connection they
acknowledge their indebtedness to the Honourable
Lady Macdonald of Clanranald, Miss Macdonald of
Dalchosnie, Mrs Head of Inverailort (representative
of Barisdale), Miss Josephine M. Macdonell, London,
Miss Susan Martin of Glendale, Angus Macdonald
of Clanranald, Captain William M. Macdonald, late
of the Cameron Highlanders ; the Rev. R. C.
Macleod of Macleod, Admiral Robertson Macdonald
of Kinlochmoidart, Colonel Martin Martin, Ostaig,
Skye ; Lachlan Macdonald of Skeabost, Dr Keith
Norman Macdonald, Edinburgh ; H. L. Macdonald
of Dunach, Dr Duncan Macdonald, Oban : Allan R.
Macdonald, yr.- of Waternish ; Allan Macdonald,
LL.D., Glenarm ; Graeme A. Maclaverty of
Clianting Hall ; the Hon. William Macdonald,
Senator for British Columbia in the Dominion
Parliament of Canada ; Rev. W. J. MacKain,
Clifton ; Mr Murray Rose ; and the late Evander
Maciver of Scourie.
In a work involving so much minute genealogical
research, errors no doubt have unavoidably crept in;
but these will be found to be few and of little
The authors desire finally to record their grateful
sense of the never-failing kindness and courtesy of
Mr R. M. Grant, the Manager of the Northern
Chronicle, while the volume was passing through
THE MACDONALDS OF SLEAT.
Hugh the founder. — Invasion of Orkney. — Charter from Earl of Ross. —
Hugh and the forfeiture of the Lord of the Isles.— Grant of
Superiorities.— Barony of Troternish.— Hugh's Charter of Confir-
mation. — His death.— John Hucheonson succeeds. — Scatters the
patrimony. — Koyal Charters to Macleods. — Sinister influences. —
John resigns Sleat and North Uist. — His death. — Donald Gallach
succeeds to the Chiefship.— The Chief's brothers.— Black Archibald. —
Murders of Donald Herrach and Donald Gallach.— Archibald as
pirate. — Angus CoUach in North Uist. — His death. — Death of
Angus Dubh.— Donald Gruamach and Ranald Macdonald Herrach. —
Death of Black Archibald.— Donald assumes Chief bhip.— Bond with
Cawdor, — Alliance with Mackintosh.— Expels Macleods from Troter-
nish. — Is summoned to Edinburgh and submits. — Death of Donald
Gruamach. — Donald Gorme. — Donald Gormeson. — Archibald the
Clerk's tutorship. — Donald Gormeson in Lewis and England. —
Tack of North Uist. — Charter of Troternish to William Macleod of
Dunvegan. — Archibald the Clerk signs Commission for Donald
Dubh. — His Death. — Grant of Troternish bailiary to Argyll. — Charge
against Donald Gormeson by Kintail.— Commission of fire and sword
against Sleat. — His attitude towards the Crown. — Adopts Reformed
tenets.— Claims Lewis. — Contract with Argyll. — Joins Sorley Buy. —
Makes friends with Kintail. — Receives gifts and promises from the
Crown. — Donald Gorme Mor succeeds as minor. — James Macdonald
of Castle Camus. — Obligation to Bishop of Isles. — The Clan Gil-
lespick Clerach. — Their position in Troternish. — Hugh MacGil-
lespick. — His outlawry. — His ambition and treachery. — Donald
Gorme Mor's Feud with Maclean. — Skirmish at Inbhir Chnuic
bhric. — Donald Gorme summoned to Edinburgh. — His Bonds with
Huntly and Mackintosh. — Invasion of Mull. — Battles of Cranalich
and Bachca. — End of Feud with Duart. — Donald Gorme goes to
Edinburgh. — Imprisonment and fine. — Summons of treason. — Goes
with 500 men to assist Red Hugh O'Donnell. — His return. — Pro-
posals to Crown. — Receives Charteis and infeftment. — Donald
Gorme's feud with Macleod and its causes. — Macleod invades Troter-
nish. — DomhnuU Maclain 'Ic Sheumais, — Battle of Cuilean. —
Donald Gorme invades Harris. — Macleod invades Uist. — Battle of
Carinish. — Privy Council intervenes.— Surrender of hostile chiefs. —
Reconciliation. — Hugh MacGillespick Clerach. — Conspiracy and
death.— Donald Gorme at Aros.— Bond for Improvement of Isles. —
Statutes of I Columkill. - Charter to Clanrauakl.— In ward in
Glasgow. —Ordered to Dunnyveg. — ISTew Charter.— Taken ill at
Chanonry.— Death of Donald Gorme Mor.— Donald Gornae Og
succeeds. -Settles with Rory Mor. — Obtains titles.— Baronet of
Nova Scotia.— Royalist sympathies in Civil War.— Summoned
before Commission of Estates.— Death of Sir Donald Gorme Og.,
THE MACDONALDS OF SLEAT.
Sir James Macdonald succeeds his fathei-, Sir Donald. — His attitude
towards the cause of King Charles I.— Supports the cause of
Charles 11.— The men of the Isles at Worcester. —Sir James's con-
duct under the Commonwealth. — His domestic policy.— His relations
with the Government of Charles II. at the Restoration. — Receives
a Crown Charter of his lands in Skye and Uist. — Appointed Sheriff
of the Western Isles. — Troubles in Lochaber. — Domestic difticulties.
—Sir James matriculates arms.— His death.— Sir Donald Macdonald
succeeds his father, Sir James.— He supports James VII. — "She
Sleat men at Killiecrankie. — Their subsequent movements. — For-
feiture of the young Chief of Sleat.— Sir Donald refuses to submit
to the Government of William of Orange.— Defeats the Government
force sent against him to the Isle of Skye.— Sir Donald finally takes
the oath of allegiance, and submits to the Government. — Death of
Sir Donald. — Succeeded by his son, Domnull a Chogaidh. — Sir
Donald joins the Earl of Mar. — The Sleat men at Sheriffmuir. —
Forfeiture of Sir Donald. — His death.— Succeeded by his son,
Donald. — Sir Donald enters into possession of the Estate. — His
death. — Succeeded by his uncle, James Macdonald of Orinsay. — His
conduct at the time of Spanish Invasion of 1719. — Death of Sir
James. — Succeeded by his son, Sir Alexander, a minor. — The Estate
purchased fr(;m the Forfeited Estates' Commissioners for behoof of
Sir Alexander. — Sir Alexander at St Andrews. — His relations with
hi» tenants. — SoitJieaeh nan Daoine.- — Sir Alexander's conduct
during the Rebellion of 1745. — Death and burial of Sir Alexander. —
Sir James, his son, succeeds. — Educated at Eton and Oxford. — His
travels on the Continent. — His reputation for learning. — His
relations with his people. — His popularity. — His accident in North
Uist.— His death at Rome. — Succeeded by his brother, Alexander. —
Sir Alexander as a landlord. — His quarrel with Boswell. — Created a
Peer of Ireland. — Raises a regiment. — His death. — Succeeded by his
son, Alexander Wentworth, as second lord. — Raises the Regiment of
the Isles. — His death. — Succeeded by his brother, Godfrey. — Con-
troversy with Glengarry. — His death. — Succeeded by hii son,
Godfrey, a« fourth lord. — Somerled, fifth lord. — Ronald Archibald,
THE SOCIAL HISTORY OF THE CLAN DONALD.— 1545-1800.
Fall of Lordship of Isles.— Feudal and Celtic tenures. — Bond of Kindred.
— Differentiation of offices. — Legal system. - The Cinn-Tighe and
their holdings. — The tribe. — Agriculture. — Trading. — Fishing. —
Arms and clothing.— Statutes of I Columkill. — Modern Tacksmen
merging. — Incidence of Cowdeicheis and Calpes. — Social state of
chiefs. Hunting and arms. — Restriction on chiefs' retainers,
Galleys, Arms, unsuccessfully attempted. — Hereditary and other
offices. — Marischall-tighe, Cup-bearer, Bard, Harper, Piper, Physician,
Armourer, Miller. — Celtic Customs. — Handfasting.— Marriage Con-
tracts. — Fosterage. — Rise of modern Tenures. — Tacksmen. — Wad-
setters. — Feu-farmers. — Steelbow tenants. — Small tenants. —Intro-
duction of Kelp. — Of the potato. — Educational condition of Isles in
16th century — Donald Dubh's barons. — Gaelic culture. — Carse-
well's prayer-book. — Legendary lore. — Educational policy of Govern-
ment. — Culture among Tacksmen. — Attitude of Clans to Crown. —
Mistaken policy of appointing Lieutenants. — Change of Islemen's
attitude explained. — Abolition of Heritable Jurisdictions. — Dis-
arming and unclothing Acts. — Dissolution of Clans. — Rise in land. —
Commercial policy of chiefs.— Emigration. — New townships on
Clanranald Estates. — Formation of Fencible Regiments in the Isles . 104
The Chief ship of a Highland Clan not a feudal dignity. — Held by the
consent of the Clan. — The family of Dougall of Clanranald excluded
from the headship of the Clanranald branch. — Ranald Gallda and
John of Moidart. ^Deposition of Iain Aluinn. — The Chiefs of Sleat
hold their lands without feudal investiture defended by the Clan. —
The Law of Tanistry. — Issue of Handfast Marriages and bastards
eligible for Chiefship. — Instances of Lachlan Cattanach Maclean of
Duart, John of Killin, Angus Og of the Isles, and Donald Dubh. —
History of the Chiefship of the Clan Donald traced from early
times. — The family of Alexander, Lord of the Isles, excluded from
the Chiefship. — Succession of Donald of Isla. — Celestine of Lochalsh
and Hugh of Sleat. — Claim of Lochalsh family to the Chiefship, —
The Earldom of Ross. — The Chiefship of the Clan Donald in the
family of Sleat. — The Glengarry claim ...... 155
THE GENEALOGY OF CLAN DONALD.
The Lords of the Isles 173
The Macruaris of Garmoraii and the Norfh Isles ..... 183
The Macallisters of T^oup 184
The Alexanders of Menstrie 189
The Earls of Caledon 192
The Macallisters of Strathaird, Glenbarr, Torrisdale, &c. ... 194
The Clan Donald (jf Ulster 199
The Clan Donald of Leiuster 202
The Macdonalds of Ardnauiurchan 210
The Macdonalds of Glenco and Cadets ....... 212
The Macdonalds of Daluess 216
The Macdonalds of Achtriachtan . . . . . . . .221
Descendants of Allan Dubh Mac Iain Duibli ...... 225
The Macdonalds of Clanranald 226
The Macdonalds of Kuoydart ......... 238
The Maceacheu-Macdonalds ......... 239
The Maceachens of Howbeg aud Glenuig ....... 248
The Maceachens of Peninuren ......... 250
The Macdonalds of Morar 251
The Macdonalds of Bernish 258
The Macdonalds of Geridhoil, in Uist 260
The Macdonalds of Drimore 262
The Macdonalds of Gleualadale 263
The Macdonalds of Benbecula ......... 277
The Macdonalds of Milton 279
The Macdonalds of Dalelea 282
The Macdonalds of Rammerscales ........ 285
The Macdonalds of Belfiulay 287
The Macdonalds of Boisdale 291
The Macdonalds of Kinlochmoidart 298
The Macdonalds of Glengarry 308
The Macdonalds of Shian 316
The Macdonalds of Lundie . . . . . . . . .318
The Macdonalds of Scotus 320
The Macdonalds of Lochgarry . . • . .... 328
The Macdonalds of Greenfield 333
The Macdonalds of Barisdale 336
The Macdonalds of Arduabie ......... 345
The Macdonalds of Leek 347
The Macdonalds of Aberchalder ........ 350
The Macdonalds of Culachie ......... 355
The Clan Godfrey 359
The Macdonalds of Dunnyveg and the Glens ...... 374
The Macdonalds of Largie ......... 380
The Macdonalds of Sanda "... 387
The Macdonalds of Colonsay ......... 396
The Macdonalds of Antrim
The Macdonalds of Keppoch
The Macdonalds of Bohuntin .
The Macdonalds of TuUoch
The Macdonalds of Dalohosuie .
The Macdonalds of Aberarder .
The Macdonalds of Ci'anachan .
The Macdonalds of TuUochcrom
The Macdiinalds of Gellovie
The Macdonalds of Fersit .
The Macdonalds of Murlagan .
The Macdonalds of Achnancoichean
The Macdonalds of Cliauaig
The Macdonalds of Tirnadii«h .
The Macdonalds of Inch .
The Macdonalds of Killiechonale
The Macdonalds of Lochalsh
The Macdonalds of Sleat .
The Clann Domhnuill Herraich
Macdonalds of Balranald .
The Macdonalds of Heisker and Skaebost
The Macdonalds of Castle Camus
The Macdonalds of Cuidreach .
The Macdonalds of Ostaig and Capstill
The Macdonalds of Rigg and Balvicquean
The Macdonalds of Camuscross and Castleton
The Macdonalds of Glenmore .
The Macdonalds of Totscor, Bernisdale, and Scalpay
The Macdonalds cf Sartle ....
The Macdonalds of Totamurich and Knock
The Macdonalds of Balishare
The Macdonalds of Aird and Vallay .
The Macdonalds of East Sheen .
The Mackains of Elgin ....
The Martins of Beallach and Duntulm
The Martins of Marishadder
The Birds of the Clan ^^^
Alastair Mac Colla ^^^
Flora Macdonald ^^^
Marshal Macdouald, Duke of Tarentum ^^^
Sir John Alexander Macdonald ^^6
Sir Hector Macdonald ^^^
George Macdonald, Novelist and Poet ^^'
Signatures ^""^^'^ ''^ 1^^^"^ ^^"^
Panegyric on the Macdonalds. C. 1500 ....... 647
Contract of Marriage betwe«n John Macdonald of Clanranald and Marion,
daughter of Roderick Macleod of Dunvegan. 1613 .... 648
Tack by Sir Donald Macdonald of Sleat in favour of Neil Maclean of
Boreray. 1626 650
Tack by John, Bishop of the Isles, of the Teinds of Troternish, and
others, to Sir Donald Macdonald of Sleat. 1630 .... 651
Declaration of Chiefship in favour of Sir James Macdonald of Sleat . . 654
Declaration of Chiefship in favour cf Sir Donald Macdonald of Sleat by
Coll Macdonald of Keppoch 655
Contract between Donald Macdonald of Clanranald and Roderick Mac-
donald of Glenaladale. 1674 655
Commission by King James in favour of John Macdonald of Bor-
niskittaig. 1689 658
Judicial Rental of Sir Donald Macdonald's Estate of North Uist. 1718 . 659
Attestation by the Gentlemen of Troternish. 1721 .... 663
Attestation by the Gentlemen of North Uist. 1721 . . . .664
Testimonial by the Presbytery of Uist in favour of Alexander Macdonald
of Boisdale. 1746 664
Rev. A. Macdonakl, Minister of Killcarnan
Rev. A. Macdouald, Minister of Kiltarlity .
Sir Donald Macdouald, 1st Baronet of Sleat
Sir Donald Macdouald, 4th Baronet of Sleat
Sir Alexander Macdouald, 7th Baronet of Sleat
Sir James Macdouald, 8th Bart, of Sleat
Alexander Macdouald of Boisdale
Captain Reginald S. Macdouald, R.A. (Vallay)
Hercules McDonnell, Dublin
Jame.s Thomas Macdouald of Balranald
Robert McDonnell (Tyuekil^ .
Eweu Macdonakl of Glencoe
Major-Gen. Alex. Macdouald, Invercoe
Captain Macdouald, Invercoe .
Major D. C. Macdouald of Glencoe .
James Macdouald of Dalness . ,
Admiral Sir Reginald Macdouald of Clanranald
Alex. Ruadh Macdouell of Glengarry
Captain Macdouell, R.N. (Glengarry)
Gen. Sir James Macdouell (Glengarry)
Allan D. Macdouald of Clanranald .
Angus R. Mac.ionald (Clanranald)
John Macdouald of Gleualadale.
Angus Macdouald of Gleualadale
- Colonel John A. Macdouald, C.B., of Gleualadale
Archbishop Angus Macdouald of St Andrews and Edinbur
Bishop Hugh Macdouald of Aberdeen (Gleualadale)
Ranald Macdouald of Btlfinlay ....
Major Allan Macdouald of Wateiuish
Captain Allan Macdouald of Waternish .
Allan R. Macdouald, yr. of Waternish
Ranald Macdouald of Staffa, afterwards Sir Regi
Colonel Donald Macdouald, Boisdale .
Hon. William Macdouald of Vallay .
D. J. K. Macdouald of Sauda . . . •
Hector Macdonald-Buchauan (Boisdale) .
Admiral Robertson Macdouald of Kinlochmoidart
Alastair Dearg Macdouald of Glengarry .
Alexander Macdouell of Glengarry .
Colonel A. A. Macdouell of Lochgarry
Captain A. A. Macdouell of Lochgarry .
Professor A. A. Macdouell of Lochgarry .
Archibald Macdouald of Barisdale .
William Macdouald of Sauda . . . •
•gh (Glenaladale) 263
■t Seton of
Largie Castle ......
Tomb of Ranald Bane Macdonald of Largie
John MacdonaW of Largie .
Archibald Macdonald of Sanda .
John Macdonald of Sanda
John Macdonald of Sanda .
Sir John Macdonald of Sanda .
Arch. Macdonell of Barisdale
Dr James McDonnell (Colonsay)
Dr John McDonnell (Colonsay)
The Hon. Sir Schomberg K. McDonnell
Sir Alexander McDonnell, Bart. (Colonsay)
Colonel John McDonnell of Kilmore (Colonsay)
Randal, 4th Earl of Antrim
Alexander, 5th Earl of Antrim
Randal, 6th Earl and 2nd Marquis of Antrim
Ranald Macdonell of Keppoch .
Major Alexander Macdonell of Keppoch
Major Alexander Macdonell, brother of Keppoch
Richard Macdonell of Keppoch .
Sir Claude Macdonald ....
Lieut. Alex. Macdonald (Dalchosnie)
Captain James Macdonald (Dalchosnie)
Captain John Allan Macdonald (Dalchosnie)
Captain Donald Macdonald (Dalchosnie) .
Hon. Alex. Macdonell of Culachie
General Sir John Macdonald of Dalchosnie
General Alastair Macdonald of Dalchosnie
William Macdonald (Dalchosnie)
Captain Charles Macdonald (Dalchosnie) .
Captain Donald Macdonald (Dalchosnie) .
Alexander, 1st Lord Macdonald
Godfrey, 3rd Lord Macdonald .
Godfrey, 4th Lord Macdonald .
Ewen Macdonald of Grimini^h (Vallay)
Douglas Macdonald of Sanda
Alexander Macdonald of Balranald .
J. A. R. Macdonald of Balranald
Richard McDonnell, Provost of Trinity College
Major Alexander Macdonald of Courthill .
George Macdonald, Novelist
Captain Allan Macdonald of Kingsburgh .
J. R. M. Macdonald of Largie .
John Ranald Macdonald of Sanda
Dr K. N. Macdonald
Alex. Macdonald of Vallay
Sir Richard G. McDonnell (Tynekill)
Colonel Alex. Macdonald of Lyndale and Balranald
Captain Alex. Macdonald, Knockow .
Sir Archibald .Macdonald, Bart., Lord Chief Baron of the Exchequer
Marshal Macdonald, Duke of Tarentum
LIST OF SUBSORIBEES.
Macdonald, The Right Honble. The Lady, of the Isles, Ai'madale
Macdonald, The Hon. Lady, of Clanranald, a1 Ovingtoii Square,
London, W. (large paper).
Atholl, His Grace the Dnke of, Blair Castle, Blair-Atholl.
Antrim, The Right Hon. The Earl of, GlenaiTa Castle, County
Lovat, The Right Hon. Lord, Beaufort Castle, Beauly.
Macdonald, The Hon. Hugh J., Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.
Ayhner Morley, Mrs, Whitcrdine, Founhope, Herefordshire.
Bailhe, J. E. B., Esq. of Dochfoui-.
Bain, James, chief Ubrarian, Public Library, Toronto.
Barret, F. T., Esq., Mitchell Library, Glasgow.
Barron, James, Esq., " The Inverness Courier, " Inverness.
Bethell, W., Esq., Rise Park, Hull (large paper).
Beveridge, E., Esq., St Leonard's Hill, Dunferailine.
Blair, Sheriff, Ai'dross Terrace, Inverness — deceased (3 vols.).
Brown, W., Esq., bookseller, 26 Princes Street, Edinburgh.
Buchanan, A. W., Esq., Larkhall, Polmont.
Bums, W., Esq., solicitor, Inverness.
Cameron, Donald, Esq., Lochgonn, Inverness.
Cameron, Duncan, Church Street, Inverness — deceased.
Campbell, Alex. D., Komglia, Cape Colony.
Cazenove, C. D., bookseller, 26 Henrietta Street, Covent Gardens,
Chisholm of Chisholm, Mrs, Erchless Castle, Beauly (large paper).
Clark, Lt. -Colonel J. Cumming, Ballindoun House, Beauly.
Clarke, G. T., Esq., London — deceased.
Colquhoun, Sir James, of Colquhoim and Luss, Bart., Rossdhu,
Loch Lomond (large paper).
Constable, T. & A., 11 Tliistle Street, Ediubui-gh.
Cooke, Mrs Raeburn, Boscombe, Bournemouth.
Cunninghame, Jolm, Esq. of Balgownie, Culross.
Darroch, Duncan, Esq. of Torridon, Auchnasheen.
XX. LIST OF SUBSCRIBERS.
Bow, Rev. John, Knockbain Manse, Munlochy.
D'Oyley, The Most Hon. The Marchioness (3 copies, large paper).
Drayton, Mrs Theodore Drayton Grimke, CHfford Manor,
Ellice, C. H., Esq., Bronipton, London (large paper).
FergTison, Rev. John, The Manse, Aberdalgie, Perth.
Fletcher, J. Douglas, Esq. of Rosehaugh (large paper).
Eraser, A., Esq., of Messrs A. Eraser & Co., Union Street,
Eraser-Mackintosh, Charles, Esq., LL.D., of Drummond, Inver-
ness — deceased.
Gibson, Rev. Jolm Mackenzie, 22 Regent Terrace, Edinburgh.
Hay, Colin, Esq., Ardbeg, Port Ellen, Islay.
HendersoD, Rev. Georgei, M.A., Ph.D., The Manse, Eddrachillis,