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ARBUTHNOTT. F.E.S. iii, 855, 881. J.E. ii, 199, 208. M.G.a

i, 265. Misc. N.S.C i, 296. ^V.^*.^. xi, 153. O.S.A. xvii,

385. F.S.A. Scot, xxiv, 12 ; xxvi, 89-104 ; xxxvi, 373, 377,

424, 433, 434.

Arbuthnott, Mss. of the Viscount. Hist. Mss. Com. viii.

Arbuthnott papers. 1487-1681. In "Miscellany of the

Spalding Club ". Vol. II.
Forbes, Alexander Penrose. The Missal of St. Ternan of

Arbuthnott. Burntisland, 1864.
Suttie, George C. Arbuthnott. With some reminiscences of

the parish sixty years ago. Montr. 1908.
Watt, William. The Arbuthnotts of that ilk. Four articles
in Free Press, May 28, June 5, 13, 23, 1891.
AUCHINDOIR and KEARN : annexed 1792. A. and B. (Auch-
indoir) i, 613 ; ii, 139 ; iv, 315, 451, 776 ; (Kearn) i, 608 ; iv,
371, 460. Arch. Scot, ii, 53. Bulloch, 8, 3, 1884. F.E.S.
iii, 548 ; Kearn, 549. J.E. ii, 208-14 ; Kearn, 214-19. M.G.C.
i, 2, 13, 33. Misc. N.S.C. i, 194. N.S.A. xii, 406. O.S.A.
xii, 490. P.B. Kearn, i, 443-48 ; Auchindoir, 505-17. F.S.A.
Scot, viii, 323-29 ; xii, 356 ; xvi, 319 ; xvii, 126 ; xxii, 291, 295,
303 ; xxiv, 11, 14 ; xxv, 106, 107 ; xxxix, 435. Smith, 226-37.
Macdonald, James. Notes on Craig castle. Invss. 1889.
Selbie, Q. A. Auchindoir and its old church. Invss. 1889.
5mith, William. Folk lore, antiquities, etc., connected with

Auchindoir and Kearn. 1892.
Troup, F. W. The Old Kirk of Auchindoir. Invss. 1889.
Wimberley, Douglas. The Gordons of Craig. [Invss. 1904,]
AUCHTERLESS. A. and B. i, 505 ; iii, 560. Bulloch, 30, 5,
1885-. F.E.S. iii, 649, 665 ; J.E. i, 206-9, 339. M.G.C i, 93.
Misc. N.S.C. i, 231. N.S.A. xii, 285. O.S.A. xii, 306. F.B.
ii, 375-91. Pratt, 372-83. F.S.A. Scot, iv, 429-31 ; ix, 157 ;
xxiii, 8 ; xxiv, 7, 8, 280 ; xxxvii, 108 ; xl, 33-39. Smith, 237-
46. Temple, 106-37.

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ABERDEEN, BANFF, KINCARDINE

Aliquis. Notes on the Towie-Barclay family. Banff, 1902.
Bulloch, J. M. The Gordons of Badenscoth. In " House of
Gordon," ii, 353-59.

Hatton estates. Banff, 1887.

Longmore, Adam A. Auchterless in 1800. Banff, 1900.

Milne, John. Towie-Barclay. Banff, 1897.

Peter, John and George. The Barclays de Tollie and their

descendants down to 1877. Edin. [Lithographed chart,

24 X 36 in.]

Wimberley, Douglas. The Barclays of Barclay . . . and of
Towie-Barclay. 1903.

BANCHORY-DEVENICK. A. and B. i, 264 ; iii, 253. Arch.
Scot, iii, 45. Bulloch, 3, 11, 1883. F.E.S. iii, 491, 517;
Portlethen, 517. J.E. ii, 277-85 ; Portlethen, 285-87. M.G. C
i, 107. Misc. N.S.C. i, 173. JV.S.A. xi, 178. O.S.A. iv, 450.
F.B. ii, 480-86. F.S.A. Scot, v, 130, 131 ; ix, 269 ; xlvi,
291, 309. Smith, 246-54.

Bulloch, J. M. The Bridge of Dee. In Henderson's ** History
of Banchory-Devenick," pp. 98-134.

Cruickshank, Alex., and Copland, Alex. The Blue hill.

(1893.) Cairngorm Club Journal, i, 29-45.
[Duncan, William.] The Bridge of Dee. 1833.
Foster, Arthur Austin. The Book of St. Devenick. 1911.
Fraser, G. M. The Bridge of Dee : its history, its structural

features, and its sculptures. 1913.
Henderson, John A. History of the parish of Banchory-
Devenick. 1890.
Leslie of Cults. In " Family of Leslie, iii, 399.
Paul, William. Case for the Rev. William Paul, presented to
the parish. 1883.
BANCHORY-TERNAN. A. and B. i, 637 ; ii, 50. F.E.S. iii,
521,543. /.^.i, 1-7,379. J/. 6^. C i, 259, 428. Misc. MS. C.
i, 183. MS.A. xi, 323. O.S.A. vii, 369. F.S.A. Scot, i, 26,
27; viii, 271, 275; xvii, 124; xxxiv, 139-98; xxxix, 203-5;
xl, 313 ; xlvi, 292, 307.
Banchory and round about. 1896 ; also 1898, 1899, 1903, etc.

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PAROCHIAL ANNALS

Burnett, Qeorge, The Family of Burnett of Leys, with colla-
teral branches. Edited by James Allardyce. New Spald-
ing Club. 1901.

[An Appendix by W. Kendall Burnett marked pp. 347-59 was
afterwards issued.]

Burnett, William Kendall. Genealogical tree of Burnett of
Leys, etc. 1893.

Burnett mss. Hist. Mss. Com. ii.

Davidson, Patrick L. Records of the 5th (Deeside Highland)
volunteer battalion Gordon highlanders. 1898.

Statistics of the 5th (Deeside Highland) volunteer bat-
talion. . . . 1892.

Fraser, Sir William. The Douglas book. 4 vols. Edin. 1885.

Irvine of Glassel. In " Family of Drum," 192.

Leys, Extracts from the court book of the barony of, 1636-74.
In " Miscellany of the Spalding Club ". Vol. V.

[Ogg, Charles.] Banchory-Ternan sixty years ago. 1870.

Pinedo, Pedro. History of the family of Douglas of Tilwhilly.
Lond. 1850.

• Synopsis of the genealogy of the Douglas family. Lond.

1754.

Ramsay, E. M. Legends of Leys : collected from oral tradi-
tions of the Burnett family, etc. Abd. 1856.

Steuart, J. Report to the parochial board of Banchory-
Ternan. 1869.
BANFF. A. and B, i, 645 ; ii, 110 ; the convents, i, 205. F.E.S.
iii, 668, 681. Misc. N.S.C. i, 238. N.S.A. xiii, 1. O.S,A.
XX, 319. M.G.C. i, 46, 76, 242. P.S.A. Scot, iv, 591 ; xx,
318,356; xxii, 368 ; xxix, 336; xxxiv, 429.

Abernethy, George, merchant, Banff, Estate of. In ** Scottish
forfeited estates papers ".

Abstract of deeds endowing funds for charitable purposes in
the royal burgh of Banff. 1834 ; also Banff 1857 and 1890.

Act for regulating the municipal government and expenses of
the royal burgh of Banff. 1840.

Baird, William. Genealogical memoirs of the Duffs. 1869.

Banff Academy. Laying of foundation stone. Banff, 1910.

Opening by Principal Smith. Banff, 1911.

Secondary school. . . . Prospectus [and prize list].

Banff, 1909. Annual: current.

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ABERDEEN, BANFF, KINCARDINE

Banff and Macduff. Lond. [1909].

Banff and neighbourhood : a popular handbook. Banff, 1879.

Banff Golf Club bazaar, Book of [Banff, 1895.]

Banff institution for science, literature, and arts. Report-
Banff, 1830.

Banff Literary Society. Regulations land catalogue of books.
Abd. 1820; and Banff, 1896.

Banff Public Library. Bye-laws and supplementary catalogues.
[Banff], 1899.

Beard, Charles. Arms and armour in Banff museum. Banff,
[1911].

Bulloch, John Malcolm, The Lucky Duffs. English Illus-
trated Magazine, June, 1898.

Chalmers Hospital, Banff. Deeds by Alexander Chalmers,
Esq., of Clunie. Banff, n.d.

Cramond, William. Annals of Banff. 2 vols. New Spalding
Club. 1891-93.

The Earl of Fife. Genealogist. Oct. 1886.

The Family of Milne in Banff, with notes by G. G. M.

Banff, n.d.

Genealogy of the Duke of Fife. [Edin. 1889.]

The Hammermen of Banff. Banff, 1903.

Inventory of the Charters, etc., of the burgh of Banff.

Banff, [1887].

The Milnes of Banff and neighbourhood. Banff, 1894,

Duff House. 1913.

Duff, Andrew Halliday. Town and country sketches. Lond.

1866.
Fife, Duke of. Hist. Mss. Com. iv.
Forbes, George R. Correspondence on the affairs of the burgh

since Sept. 1819. Banff, 1850.

Minutes of the head court of the burgh . . . [on public

roads]. Portsoy, 1858.

Municipal management of charity trusts illustrated. 186L

The Truth told, or who is to blame ? Portsoy, 1856.

Harper, Alexander. Summer excursions in the neighbourhood

of Banff. Banff, 1843.

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PAROCHIAL ANNALS

Hossack, Garden M. Some reminiscences of a sexagenarian.
Banff, [1900].

Further reminiscences of the burgh of Banff. Banff, 1908.

Illustrated guide to burghs of Banff and Macduff. . . . Banff,
1904.

Imlach, James. History of Banff. Banff, 1868.

Laws and regulations of the Society of masons of the Operative
lodge, Banff. 1788.

Memorials of the ancient and illustrious family of Macduff.
1848.

Moray Firth coast railway, Opening of. Elgin, 1886.

Proceedings against the Egyptians at Banff, 1700, being the
record of the trial of James Macpherson and others. In
** Miscellany of the Spalding Club ". Vol. III.

Proceedings of the burgesses of Banff who have declared for
reform. 1784.

Ree, Stephen, and Bulloch, John Malcolm. The Duchess of
Fife : the true story of her descent from the Duffs. Aber-
deen Free Press, May 17, 1912.

The Duchess of Fife and her origin traced back to 1404.

Ibid., Oct. 15, 1913.

Regulations ... for better regulating the berthing of ships.

Banff, 1820.
St. Andrew's Lodge of Freemasons, Regulations of. Banff, 1817.
Saunders, Robert. On sore throat in the north of Scotland.

Lond. 1778.
Scheme under the Educational Endowments (Scotland) Act,

1882, for the administration of endowments in Banff.

Banff, 1888.
Short account of the town of Banff. Edin. 1828.
Simpson, Helen Coutts. A Souvenir of sympathy. 1900.
Skene, Andrew. Serious address to the people ... on an

infectious fever prevalent in Banff. 1782.
Smith, James. Charter of confirmation by K. James VL of

Bp. Cunningham's charter for erecting and endowing a

grammar school in Banff, together with ... a list of

teachers from 1620. . . . 1836.

Reminiscences of an octogenarian. Banff, 1903.

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ABERDEEN, BANFF, KINCARDINE

Spence, James. Ruined castles in the vicinity of Banff. Edin.

1873.
Wood, William. Short account of the Earls of Fife, compiled
from documents preserved in the record offices in Edin-
burgh, London, etc. Edin. 1896.
BELHELVIE. A. and B. \, 285 ; iii, 215, 330. Bulloch, 20, 10,
1883. F.E.S. iii, 494,517. H.E. 135-53. Misc. N.S.C i,
174. N.S.A. xii, 241. O.S.A. vii, 218. F.B. ii, 521-39.
F.S.A. Scot, i, 13, 137 ; xviii, 237; xxxvi, 510, 511 ; xlvi, 314.
Smith, 254-61. Temple, 609.
Reid, Sir Alexander J. F. The Rev. Alexander John Forsyth.

1909.
Skene, William Forbes. Skene of Belhelvie. In " Family of
Skene," 123-30.
BELLIE. A. and B. ii, 267. F.E.S. iii, 191, 216. J.E. i, 11-16.
M.G.a i,239. Misc. N.S.C. i, 247. N.S.A. xiii, 115. O.S.A.
xiv, 263. F.S.A. Scot, iv, 588 ; viii, 32 ; xxi, 99 ; xl, 192.
Shaw, 11, 362.
Articles of agreement between the Earl of Huntlyand the Re-
gent Murray. 1569. /«" Misc. of Spalding Club ". Vol. III.
Bulloch, John Malcolm. The Duchess of Gordon as recruiter.
[1908.]

The Gordon book. [Fochabers bazaar book.] 1902.

Gordons in the parish registers. Huntly Express, July

21, 1905.

Muster roll of the Northern fencibles. 1778-83. [Keith,

1909.]

1793-99. [Keith, 1909.]

The Second Duke of Gordon and the part he played at the

battle of Sheriffmuir. Huntly, 1911.

Carruthers, Robert. Gordon castle. In " Highland note-
book ". Edin. 1843. 2nd ed. Invss. 1887.
Cramond, William. Church and parish of Bellie. [Elgin, 1896.1

Gordon castle and the ducal family. Banff, 1901.

Ferrerius, John. Historiae compendium de origine et incre-

mento Gordonise familiae . . . mdxlv. With notes by
Stephen Ree. In " House of Gordon," ii, 1-32.
Gordon letters : being a selection from the papers at Gordon
Castle. 1562-1742. In ** Misc. Spalding Club". Vol. III.



PAROCHIAL ANNALS

Milne's Institution Magazine. No. 1, January, 1912. Oban,
1912. Current.

[Ogilvie, Joseph.] Fochabers revisited, and some recollections
of Milne's institution. [1912.]

Papers from the Charter chest at Gordon Castle, including
contracts, bonds of manrent, and a rental of the lordship of
Huntly in 1600. In " Misc. of Spalding Club". Vol. IV.
Rampini, Charles. Correspondence of an old Scotch factor

[William Tod]. Scot. Rev., xvii, 114.
Richmond and Gordon, Duke of. Hist. Mss. Com. i.
BENHOLM. F.E.S. iii, 857, 881. M.G.C. i, 262. Misc.

N.S.C. i, 297. N.S.A. xi, 51. O.S.A. xv, 217.
BERVIE, anciently Inverbervie. F.E.S. iii, 859, 881. J.E. i,
23-27, 341. M.G.C. i, 265. Misc. N.S.C. i, 298. N.S.A. xi,
1. O.S.A. xiii, 1. P.S.A. Scot, xvii, 330, 371 ; xxxvi, 425,
668 ; xxxvii, 193.
Rose, David Murray. AUardyce of that ilk. n.d.
BIRSE. A. and B. i, 634; ii, 75; iii, 406; iv, 354. Bulloch,
9, 2, 1884. F.E.S. iii, 523, 544. J.E. ii, 43-49. Misc.
N.S.C. i, 184. N.SA. xii, 786. O.S.A. ix, 103. P.B. i, 70-
88. P.S.A. Scot, i, 230; ii, 153, 307; xxxix, 217-18; xlvi,
365-67. Smith, 261-72.
Dinnie, Robert. Account of the parish of Birse. 1865.

Anecdotes of Rev. Joseph Smith. 1882.

Nicol, William Edward. A History of the Nicol family.
Priv. ptd. Lond. 1909.

BOHARM. A. and B. i, 123; ii, 275. F.E.S. iii, 218, 226.
Misc. N.S.C. i, 258. NS.A. xiii, 355. O.S.A. xvii, 358.
Shaw, 45, 365.
Boharm parish magazine. 1891, etc. A series.
Ree, Stephen. Parochial schoolmasters of Boharm. Banff,
1900.

BOTRIPHNIE. A. and B. ii, 253. F.E.S. iii, 193. J.E. ii, 10-
13. Misc. N.S.C. i, 247. N.S.A. xiii, 209. O.S.A. x, 187;
xviii, 644.
Gordon, D. S. R. Gordons in the parish registers, 1684-1817.
Huntly Express, June 16, 1905.

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ABERDEEN, BANFF, KINCARDINE

Gordon, James F. S. The Book of the Chronicles of . . .
Botriphnie. Glasg. 1880.
BOURTIE. A. and B. i, 563; iii, 416. Bulloch, Tl, 11, 1884.
T^^.^". iii, 577. J.E. n,12-lQ. M.G.C.\,9. Misc. N.S.C
i, 203. N.S.A. xii, 620. O.S.A. ix, 434. P.B. i, 330-36.
P.S.A. Scot, vii, 28 ; xxiii, 7, 8 ; xxiv, 280 ; xxv, 422-31 ;
xxxvi, 512-16 ; xxvii, 166-77. Smith, 273-80. Temple, 363-69.
Barra Hill, Battle of, 1307. Evening Express, Nov. 28, 1895.
Davidson, William Leslie. Barra castle. A.J'.N. and Q. ii,
279.

Bourtie and its people in the last century. Banff, 1891.

Henderson, John A. The Reids of Barra. A.J.N, and Q. i^

176.
Morison, Alexander. The Blackballs of that ilk and Barra.
New Spalding Club. 1905.
BOYNDIE, anciently Inverboyndie. A. and B. i, 646; ii, 110.
F.E.S. iii, 670, 681. J.E. i, 199-201. M.G.C. i, 72, 74, 244.
Misc. N.S.C. i, 240. N.S.A. xiii, 220. O.S.A. xix, 305.
F.S.A. Scot, viii, 262, 290; x, 46; xl, 171-75.
Cramond, William. The Church and churchyard of Boyndie.

Banff, 1886.
Forbes, Duncan. Ane Account of the familie of Innes, edited

by Cosmo Innes. Spalding Club. 1864.
Johnston, George Harvey. Notes on the Ruddimans. [Edin.]^
1887.

The Ruddimans in Scotland ; their history and works.

Edin. 1901.

[Ramsay, Alexander.] The Ruddimans in Scotland. Banff,

1901.
Rettie shorthorns. Banff, 1875.

Train, Joseph. The Buchanites from first to last. Edin. 1846..
[Elspeth Simpson or Buchan, founder of the sect, nat. Boyndie,
1738.]

CABRACH, including Invercharach or Strathdeveron. A. and
B. i, 615; iv, 460, 777. Bulloch, 1, 3, 1884. F.E.S. iii,
550, 574. H.E. 237-47. M.G.C i, 25. Misc. N.S.C. i, 194.
N.S.A. xiii, 196. O.S.A. vii, 361. P.B. i, 522-26. P.S.A.
Scot, i, 67, 192, 205-11 ; v, 362-64 ; xviii, 325 ; xxiii, 20 ; xxiv,
4 6. Smith, 280-92.

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PAROCHIAL ANNALS

MacWilliam, H. Duff. Gordons in the parish registers, 1794-

1854. Huntly Express, Sept. 29, 1905.
Ree, Stephen. Gordons in the parish registers, 1712-94.

Huntly Express, Aug. 4, 11, 1905; Jan. 5, 1906.
Wimberley, Douglas. Notes on the Cabrach. [Invss. 1904.]
and Bulloch, J. M. Gordons in Haddoch. hi *' House

of Gordon," ii, 302-26.

CAIRNIE, anciently Ruthven, Botarie, and part of Drumdelgie.

A. and B. ii, 186 ; iv, 64, 567. Bulloch, July 26, Aug. 2, 1884.
F.E.S. iii, 194, 216 ; Ruthven, 196. J.E. ii, 30-32 ; Drumdelgie,
32-33; Ruthven, 33-35.. Misc. N.S.C. i, 248. N.S.A. xii,
1017. O.S.A. xii, 127. F.B. Ruthven and Botarie, ii, 429-41.
F.S.A. Scot, i, 141 ; xxi, 96 ; xxiii, 19, 20 ; xxxvi, 570 ; xl, 184-
87. Smith, 292-310.
Gordon, James F. S. The Book of the Chronicles of . . .

Cairney. . . . Glasg. 1880.
Old superstitions in Cairnie. Trans. Banffshire Field Club.

Banff, 1884.
Pirie, James. The Parish of Cairnie, and its early connection

with Strathbogie. Banff, 1906.
Shearer, D. Parish of Cairnie. Notes historical and anti-
quarian. Huntly, n.d.
[Sim, Robert.] A Stroll to Cairnie. Keith, 1865.
CHAPEL OF QARIOCH, anciently Logie Durno, and including
Fetternear. A, and B. i, 526 ; iii, 369, 440. Bulloch, Sept.
27, Oct. 4, 11, 18, 25, Nov, 1, 1884. Davidson, 83-98, 147,
156, etc. F.E.S. iii, 575, 601 ; Fetternear, 576. H.E.
272-84 ; Logic, 284-89 ; Fetternear, 289-91 ; Blairdaff, 292-94.
M.G.C. i, 6, 17. Misc. N.S.C i, 204. N.S.A. xii, 560.
O.S.A. xi, 500. F.B. i, Logie-Durno, 290-307. F.S.A. Scot.
ii, 343; iv, 165, 166; v, 13; ix, 436; x, 124; xii, 20; xviii,
188 ; XX, 8 ; xxiii, 7, 17 ; xxiv, 445 ; xxv, 422-31 ; xxxvii, 89,
166-77. Smith, 310-37.
Anderson, Robert. Cross-country walks. Inveramsay to Udny.

Free Press, July 19, 1913.
Benachie, Commonty of. Herald and Weekly Free Press.

Jan. 7, 14, 21, 1888.
Bulloch, J. M. Gordons of Braco. Fr^^Pr^s^, May 24, 25, 1899.

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ABERDEEN, BANFF, KINCARDINE

Chapel of Garioch. True Caledonian friendly society. Con-
stitution, rules, etc. 1820.
Davidson, William Leslie. The Battle ofHarlaw. [1911.]
Leslie, Charles. Historical records of the family of Leslie.

1067-1869. 3 vols. Edin. 1869.
Leslie, William Lewis. Laurus Leslaeana explicata. Graecii,

1692.
Leslie of Balquhain, and lawful cadets. In Macfarlane's

" Gen. Coll.," ii, 1-68, 424.
Leslie of Pitcaple. Ibid. pp. 59, 445. In *' Family of Leslie,"

iii, 376, 570.
Longmuir, John. The Maydyn stane of Bennachie. . . . 1869.
Pittodrie estate and baronies [For sale]. Lond. 1885, and 1900.
Pittodrie papers. 1525-1678. /w *' Miscellany of the Spalding

Club". Vol.11.
Letters from Lord Grange to Erskine of Pittodrie. . . . 1730-

41. Ibid. Vol. III.
A 1 6th century tack of Garioch lands [Tullos.] A.J.N, and Q,

ii, 87-88.
CLATT. A. and B. i, 620 ; iii, 382 ; iv, 485. Bulloch, 3, 5, 1884.
i^.^-.S. iii, 552, 574. /.^. ii, 86-90. i^.6^.C. i, 2, 13. Misc,
N.S.C. i, 195. N.S.A. xii, 846. O.S.A. viii, 535. P.B. i,
463-75. P.S.A. Scot, iii, 246 ; v, 326 ; xxxvi, 552-55 ; xliv,
203-15. Smith, 338-46.
Wimberley, Douglas. Genealogical account . . . Gordon of

Knockespock. [Banff], 1903.

The Gordons of Knockespock. [Invss. 1904.]

and Bulloch, John Malcolm. The Gordons of Auch-

lyne. In " House of Gordon," ii, 368-72.

CLUNY, including part of Kinnernie. A. and B. i, 637 ; ii, 48 ;
iii, 482, 503 ; Kinnernie, i, 636; ii, 41 ; iii, 71. Bulloch, 15,
12, 1883. F.E.S. iii, 526, 544. J.E. ii, 127-35, 423. M.G.C.
i, 94. Misc. N.S.C. i, 185. N.S.A. xii, 1018. O.S.A. x,
235. F.B. i, 217-30 ; Kinnernie, 194-202. F.S.A. Scot.
xxxvii, 85-89 ; xlvi, 298, 301. Smith, 346-56.

Bulloch, John Malcolm. The Gordons of Cluny. Buckie, 1911.

Burnett, W. Kendall. The Burnetts of Sauchen : genealogical
tree. In Appendix to *' Family of Leys".

Cooper, James. Place names of the parish of Cluny. 1912.

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PAROCHIAL ANNALS

Stuatl, John. Note on a copper plate and bronze ornaments
from Cluny. Edin. [1865].
COULL. A. and B. i, 633 ; ii, 25. Bulloch, 12, 1, 1884. F.E.S.
iii, 527, 544. /.^. ii, 415-17. M.G.C.hS2. Misc. N.S.C. \,
185. 7V:5.y^. xii, 957. a 6'.^. iii, 198. Z'.^. i, 36-50. F.S.A.
Scot, xxii, 274 ; xxxix, 208-13 ; xlvi, 317. Smith, 356-66.
Grant, Peter. A Family of Deeside originals. Reminiscences
of the Rosses of Egypt. Herald and Weekly Free Press,
Dec. 24, 31, 1887.
Skene, William Forbes. Skene of Wester Corse and Rae-
more. In " Family of Skene," 90-105.

CRATHIE and BRAEMAR, anciently Strathdee and Kin-
drochet. A. and B. i, 641; ii, 82; iv, 694. Bulloch., Jan.
26, Feb. 2, 1884. F.E.S. iii, 529, 544 ; Braemar, 530. J.E.
i, 214-20. Misc. N.S.C. i, 186. N.S.A. xii, 646. O.S.A.
xiv, 334. P.B. i, Kindrochet, 129-44; Crathie, 145-55.
F.S.A. Scot, xxii, 23; xxiv, 445, 446; xxxvi, 448; xlv, 321.
Smith, 366-418.
Braemar : or two months in the Highlands. 2 vols. Lond,

1881.
Bulloch, J. M. The Gordons of Abergeldie. In " House of

Gordon," i, 69-116.
Burton, John Hill. The Cairngorm mountains. Edin. 1864.
Clerk, Duncan and Macdonald, Alex., 1754. Trial. Banna-

tyne Club. Edin. 1831.
Crombie, James Mann. Braemar, its topography. . . . 1861.

Braemar and Balmoral : a guide. 1875.

Copland, Alexander. The Horizon from Ben Macdhui.

Cairngorm Club Journal, ii, 73, 243, 391 ; iii, 119.
Davie, F. From Elgin to Ben Macdhui. Elgin, 1893.
Deeside villages : Braemar. Evening G izette, Mar. 19, 1886.
Dubrach case. Spectral and dream testimony. In Burton's

"Narratives," ii, 79-116.
Erskine, Stuart. Braemar : an unconventional guide book.
Edin. 1898.

Farquharson, The Clan. Free Press, Jan. 2 to Apr. 2, 1904.

[Ten articles severely criticising Michie's '* Records of Invercauld ".]

Farquharson of Invercauld mss. Hist. Mss. Com. iv.

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Gardiner, William. Botanical rambles in Braemar. Dundee,

1845.
Gordon of Aberg:eldie mss. Hist. Mss. Com. vi.
Grant, John. Legends of the Braes o' Mar. 1876. 2nd ed.

1910.
Grewar, David. Auld Dubrach. AJ.N. and Q. iii, 134.

Battle of the Cairnwell. AJ.N. and Q. iv, 60.

The Cairnwell road. AJ.N. and Q. iii, 240, 246.

Humphrey, Frank Pope. The Queen at Balmoral. Lond.

1893.

Inquest at Keandrochit in 1428 touching the privileges of the
crozier of St. Fillan. In "Misc. of Spalding Club ". Vol. III.

Macalister, Alexander. Balmoral : a sketch. Lond. 1855.

Macintosh, John, alias McCombie. Trial. 1673. In " Re-
cords of Justiciary Court," ii, 143-64, 269-73.

Mackintosh, A. M. Farquharson genealogies. No. 1. Auch-
riachan branch. Nairn, 1913.

Macpherson, John. Royal Braemar. [1913.]

Michie, J. G. Records of Invercauld, 1547-1828. New Spald-
ing Club. 1901.

Philip, William W. Crathie churches and royal bazaar at
Balmoral. September, 1894. 1896.

Phillips, J. G. Wanderings in the highlands of Banff and
Aberdeenshire. Banff, 1881.

Profeit, R. A. Under Lochnagar. 1894.

Rights of way in Braemar and Glen Tilt in 1840-50. Cairn-
gorm Club yournaly vi, 310.

Smith, Alexander Emslie. The Mystery of Dubrach, in
Braemar. 1908.

Sutherland, W. A Visit to Braemar in 1855. Lond. 1856.

Taylor, Elizabeth. The Braemar Highlands. Edin. 1873.

Taylor, John [the water poet). The Pennyles pilgrimage.
Lond. 1618.
[Relates his hunting experiences *' in the Brea of Marre ".]

Trail, James W. H. The Flowering plants ... of the Cairn-
gorms. Cairngorm Club Journal^ i, 197.

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Victoria, Queen. Leaves from the journal of our life in the
Highlands. 1848-61. Lond. 1867.

More leaves from the journal of a life in the Highlands.

1862-82 Lond. 1884.
Whitehurst, F. F. On the Grampian hills. Lond. 1882.
CRIMOND. A. and B. i, 423 ; ii, 394; iii, 158, 159 ; iv, 77, 632.
Bulloch, 21, 3, 1885. RE.S iii, 624, 644. H.E. IMl \
Rattray, 78-81. M.G.C i, 40, m, 67. Misc. N.S.C i, 221.
JV.S.A, xii, 702. O.S.A. xi, 409. F.B. ii, 43-55. Pratt, 242-
61. F.S.A. Scot, xxxviii, 284. Smith, 418-31.
Burnett, George. The Burnetts of Crimond. In " Family

of Leys," 130-42.
Cumine, James. The Burgh of Rattray. Phd. 1890.

CRUDEN, anciently Invercruden. A. and B. \, 374 ; ii, 345 ;
iii, 119. ^wZ/oc/^, 24/31, 1, 1885. i?!^. 5. iii, 605, 618. J.E.
i, 312-18. M.G.C. i, 38. Misc. JV.S.C i, 213. N.SA. xii,
978. O.S.A. V, 431. F.B. ii, 102-34. Fratt, 34-68. F.S.A.
Scot, iii, 144-49; vi, 313; viii, 10, 33; xi, 445; xx, 155;
xxiv, 11-13 ; xxxviii, 257-60. Smith, 431-54.

Cruden Parish Church. Cruden recipes and wrinkles. A

souvenir bazaar book. Phd. 1912.
Cruden United Free Church. Souvenir of bazaar. Phd.

1910.

Errol papers. 1188-1727. In "Miscellany of the Spalding

Club". Vol. II.
Hay, Family of. [Descendants of] William de Haya, obt. 1170.

[Circa 1840. Lithographed chart, 39 x 39 in.]

Institution and progress of the Buttery college at Slains
in the parish of Cruden, Aberdeenshire ; with a catalogue
of the books and mss. in the library of that university.
Sess. 1699-1700-01. John Forbes, Aberdeen. 1702. Re-
printed in Watson's "Curious collection of Scots poems,"
vol. iii. Edin. 1711.

[A copy of the original issue is greatly desiderated by the Univer-
sity of Aberdeen.]

Mackay, Adam. Church of Cruden : interesting discoveries.
Aberdeen Free Press, February 18, 1913.

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Mackay, Adam. Cruden and its ministers. Phd. 1912.

Cruden's two bishops. Phd. 1911.

CULLEN. A. and B. i, 647; ii, 135; the collegiate church, i^
210. Arch. Scot, ii, 31. F.E.S. iii, 672, 681 ; Seafield, 68K
J.E. ii, 187-99. Misc. N.S. C i, 240. N.S.A. xiii, 313. O.S,A.
xii, 143. F.S.A. Scot, iv, 54, 588, 589 ; v, 13 ; vii, 9 ; ix, 274,
275, 281; xxv, 108, 111, 112; xxvi, 180-82; xxxi, 216-23;
xxxiv, 420, 422.

Anderson, P. J. James Gatt : a forgotten Cullen poet. S. N,.
and Q., ix, 180.

Cassillis, Archibald, Earl of. Rulers of Strathspey : history
of the lairds of Grant and Earls of Seafield. Invss. 1911.

Chapman^ James. Ane Account of the rise and offspring of the
name of Grant. Lond. 1876.

Cramond, William. Annals of Cullen. 960-1879. Banff,
1880.

961-1887. Buckie, [1888].



961-1904. Buckie, 1904.

The Bin of Cullen. (1901.) Cairngorm Club Journal^

iii, 290-97.

The Church and churchyard of Cullen. 1883.

The Constabulary of Cullen. Banff, 1888.

The Court books of the regality of Grant. Banff, 1897.

Cullen in 1650. Banff, 1904.

Inventory of the charters . . . etc., belonging to the

burgh of Cullen. Banff, n.d.

Old memories : a walk in the churchyard of Cullen^

Banff, 1889.


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