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Penny guide to Cullen. Cullen, 1889, 1892, and 1896.

• Plundering of Cullen House by the rebels. Buckie, 1887.

Reminiscences of the old town of Cullen. 1812-18. 1882.

Cullen churchyard inquiry. 1865-68.

Fraser, Sir William. The Chiefs of Grant. 3 vols. Edin.

1883.
Genealogy of the Grants, 1729. In Macfarlane's *' GeneaL

Coll.," i, 103.

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PAROCHIAL ANNALS

Grant, Charles^ Viscount de Vaux. Memoires historiques,
genealogiques, etc., de la maison de Grant. Lond. 1796.

Grant, James. Seafield correspondence from 1685 to 1708.

Scot. Hist. Soc.
Official Guide to Cullen. Cullen, [1909].
Seafield, Earl of. Hist. Mss. Com. iii ; xxxix.
Seivwrigfht, George. The Book of the burgh. Cullen, 1899.
Smith, Alexander Emslie. Cullen house. 1907.
CULSALMOND. A. and B. i, 556; iii, 409, 410. Bulloch, 20,
9, 1884. Davidson, 19, 157, 302, etc. RES. iii, 578, 60K
J.E. ii, 322-26. M.G.C i, 4, 16. Misc. N.S.C i, 204.
N.S.A. xii, 727. O.S.A. iii, 240. P.B. i, 260-70. P.S.A,
Scot. V, 224-34, 289-98; vii, 11 ; x, 134; xiv, 292; xvii, 21 ;
xviii, 191 ; xx, 30, 298 ; xxxii, 360 ; xxxvi, 577 ; xxxvii, 166-
77 ; xl, 33-35 ; xlii, 56, 63. Smith, 454-63.
Account of a singular wooden coffin [found in Culsalmond].

From Edinburgh Annual Register. 1810.
Agnew, J. M. The Newton Stone. S.N. and Q. iv, v.
Bannerman, William. The Newton stone. Edin. 1907.
Bulloch, John Malcolm, and Wimberley, Douglas. Cadets
of Lesmoir : the Gordons of Newton. In "House of
Gordon," ii, 425-92.
Culsalmond case. Report of opinions and decision by the
court of session. Edin. 1842.

Report of the proceedings. 1841.

Newton Stone. Various contributions. S.JV. and Q. iv-vi.
Thomson, Alexander. Notice of the various attempts which
have been made to read and interpret the inscription of the
Newton Stone, Garioch, Aberdeenshire. Edin. 1865.
Troup, George. The Culsalmond case. In Buchanan's '* Ten
years' conflict".
DAVIOT. A. a7id B. i, 580 ; iii, 438, 454. Bulloch, 8, 11, 1884.
Davidson, 13, 154, 309, etc. F.E.S, iii, 580, 604. /.E. ii,
408-15. M.G.a i, 10, 82. Misc. N.S.C. i, 205. N.SA, xii,
821. O.S.A. vi, 85. F.B. i, 307-18. F.S.A. Scot, xxiv, 446
447; xxxvi, 518-24 ; xii, 128. Smith, 463-70.
Irvine of Saphock. In " Family of Drum," 212.

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ABERDEEN, BANFF, KINCARDINE

DESKFORD. A. and B. i, 644; ii, 104. F.E,S. iii, 674, 681.

J.E. ii, 153-55. M.G.C. i, 72. Misc. N.S.C. i, 241. N.S.A.

xiii, 63. O.S.A. iv, 358. F.S.A. Scot, vi, 183; ix, 278, 281 ;

XXV, 110, 111, 112; xxxiv, 425.

^ Cramond, William. The Church and churchyard of Deskford.

Banff, 1885.
Macleod, Walter. Gordons in the parish registers. 1660-
1780. Huntly Express, July 7, 1905.
DRUMBLADE. A. and B. i, 475 ; iii, 512. Bulloch, 30, 5, 1885.
i^^.^. iii, 651, 665. /.^. i, 257-59. i^.6^.C. i, 36, 85. Misc.
N.S.C. i, 232. N.S.A. xii, 297. O.S.A. iv, 52. F.B. ii,
260-76. F.S.A. Scot, xxxvi, 574-77. Smith, AlO-1^. Temple,
235-87.
A Gravestone in the parish church, with a history of the family

of Horn. 1899.
Ree, Stephen. The Gordons of Coclarachie. In " House of
Gordon," i, 117-64
DRUMOAK, anciently Dalmaik, Dalmoak. A. and B. i, 274 ;
iii, 289. Bulloch, 10/17, 11, 1883. F.E.S, iii, 496. /.^. ii,
365-71. M.G.C. i, 259, 429. Misc. N.S.C i, 175. N.S.A.
xii, 872. O.S.A. iii, 315. F.B. ii, 464-71. Smith, 479-96.
Henderson, John A. Annals of Lower Deeside. 1892.

fDrumoak, pp. 35-106.]
Irving, John Beaufin. The Irvings, Irwins, Irvines, or Erin-
veines, or any other spelling of the name. 1907.
[Irvine of Drum, pp. 93 et seq.']
Leslie, J. F. The Irvines of Drum, and collateral branches.

1909.
The Presbytery of Aberdeen and Sir Alexander Irving of Drum.
In Firth's " Scotland and the Commonwealth ". Pp.
348-57.
Protestation by Sir Alexander Irvine of Drum against the
presbytery of Aberdeen, 1652. In '' Miscellany of the
Spalding Club ". Vol. III.
DUNOTTAR. Arch. Scot, ii, 181. F.E.S. iii, 861, 881.
/.E. i, 48-53, 345. M.G.C i, 265; ii, 341 ; iii, 231. Misc.
N.S.C i, 299. NSA. xi, 212. O.S.A. xi, 214. F.S.A. Scot.
vi. 89 ; vii, 65 ; xxiv, 39-43.

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PAROCHIAL ANNALS

Anderson, P. J. The Heirs of the Keiths [with genealogical

tree]. S.JV. and Q. vii, 177 ; viii, 177 ; x, 46, 59, 123, 161 ;

xi, 84.
Buchan, Peter. Account of the family of Keith, earls MarichaL

Phd. 1820.
Dalsrleish, W. S. The Cruise of the R.M.S. *' Dunottar

Castle " round Scotland. Edin. 1890.
Earl Marischal and Field =MarshaI. Some letters of the last

Earl Marischal. Scot. Rev. xxxii, 216.
Genealogy of American branch of the Keith family, n.d.
Guide to Dunnottar Castle. Stonehaven, [1905].
Keiths, Earls Marischal. A./.JV. and Q. ii, 119, 129, 137.
Longmuir, John. A Day spent among the ruins of Dunnottar

castle. 1835.

Dunnottar Castle : its ruins and historical associations.

4th ed. 1851. Other editions, 1856, 1862, 1869, 1873.

McKendrick, John Gray. Statement regarding the harbour
and "A Second statement". Stonehaven, 1911.

Mackie, Charles. The Castle of Dunnottar. In his " Castles,
palaces, and prisons of Mary of Scotland ". Lond. 1849.

Napier, James. Biographical sketch of the Keiths. Stone-
haven, n.d. 2nd ed. 1870.

Stonehaven. Preservation of the honours of Scotland,

and defence of Dunnottar Castle. Perth, 1872.

Thomson, J. H. Dunnottar. In his "Martyr graves of Scot-
land ". 2nd ser. Edin. 1877.
Walker, James. Dunnottar Castle, a poem. Abd. n.d.
Watt, James Crabb. Dunnottar and its barons. Scottish
Historical Review, ii. 389.
DURRIS. A. and B. i, 651. RE.S. iii, 498, 517. J.E. i, 104-6,
346. M.G.a i, 259, 429. Misc. N.S.C. i, 175. N.S.A, xi,
170. O.S.A. iii, 258, 601. P.S.A. Scot, xiv, 294 ; xxxix, 190-
203 ; xl, 304 ; xlvi, 307.
Frasers of Dores. In Macfarlane's "Geneal. coll." ii, 316.
Henderson, John A. Annals of Lower Deeside. 1892.
[Durris, pp. 1-34.]
DYCE. A, and B. i, 244. Bulloch, 20, 10, 1883. F.E.S. iii,
500, 517. H.E. 1-10. Misc. N.S.C. i, 176. N.S.A. xii, 12a

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O.S.A. iii, 130, 595. I'.B. ii, 506-13. I'.S.A. Scot, xi, 453;
XXV, 422-31 ; xxxiv, 188-95 ; xlv, 333. Smith, 497-506.
Dyce Bazaar Handbook. 1890.

Lesley of Dyce. In Macfarlane's " Geneal. coll." ii, 39.
Straloch papers, Selections from the. In " Miscellany of the

Spalding Club '\ Vol. I.
Skene, William Forbes. Skene of Dyce. In " Family of
Skene," 82-9.
ECHT. A. and B. i, 636 ; ii, 46 ; iii, 486. Bulloch, Nov. 24, Dec.
1,1883. 7^^.^. iii, 531, 544. /.^. i, 65-66. Misc. JV.S.C
i, 187. MS.A. xii, 735. O.S.A. xiii, 615. B.B. i, 203-17.
P.S.A. Scot, vii, 29; xxiv, 7. Smith, 506-17.
Collier, James. The Dunecht mystery. Glasg. [1887].
Dunecht. Particulars of estate for sale. [1908.]
Forbes of Eig:ht. In Macfarlane's " Geneal. coll." ii, 244.
Fraser, Q. M. The British fort on the Barmekin hill. Aber-
deen Free Press, June 20, 1913.
Skene, William Forbes. Skene of Dumbreck. In '* Family
of Skene," 69-74.
ELLON. A. and B. i, 301 ; iii, 3-50. Bulloch, 17, 1, 1885.
F.E.S. iii, 602, 618. J.E. i, 59-62, 347, 376. M.G.C i, 43,
97, 426. Misc. N.S.C. i, 214. N.S.A. xii, 899. O.S.A.
iii, 98. P.B. ii, 238-59. Pratt, 425-61. P.S.A. Scot, vii,
102 ; xxiv, 7, 11, 13, 280 ; xxxvii, 92. Smith, 517-35. Temple,
482-520.
Bulloch, J. M. Decay of the Gordons of Auchleuchries. Aber-
deen Free Press, April 3 and 16, 1901.

The Gordons of Coldwells, Ellon. Phd. 1914.

The Gordons of Ellon. Huntly Express, Nov. 23, 30,

Dec. 7, 1906. Jan, 25, Feb. 1, 1907.

Ellon: history of a Buchan burgh. BanfP, 1894.

Irvine, Robert. Last confession. Scottish Journal of Topo-
graphy, ii, 25.

[Murder of the sons of James Gordon of Ellon, 1717. Ihid., i. 128.]

McConnochie, A. I. The Book of Ellon. 1901.

Macleod, N. K. Ellon castle, with notes on Abbotshall and
Waterton. Phd. 1895.

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PAROCHIAL ANNALS

Mair, Thomas. Abbotshall of Ellon. Phd. 1892.

Ellon before and during the Reformation period. In

<' Book of Buchan ".

Records of the parish of Ellon. 1876.

The Slaughter of Watertown, 1652. Free Press, May 12,

1898.

Moir, James. Historical notes on Ellon and neighbourhood.

[1898.]
Raeburn, A. J. The Burgh of Ellon. In '' Book of Buchan ".
FETTERCAIRN. F.E.S. iii, 865, 881. /.E. i, 250-56, 352.
M.G.C.\,2m. Misc.N.S.C.l2^d. N.S.A.x\,U\. O.S.A.
V, 330. P.S.A. Scot, xxxiv, 61; xxxvi, 341, 358, 390, 403,
412.
Bereans. [Acts xvii. 10, 11,] In Hastings' "Encyclopaedia
of religion and ethics," ii, 519-23.

[History of the sect formed by John Barclay, Fettercairn, 1763,
now extinct. There is another account in Eraser's " Hist, of
Laurencekirk ".]

Biscoe, A. C. The Earls of Middleton, lords of . . . Fetter-
cairn. Lond. 1876.
Burnett, George. Ramsays of Balmain. In " Family of Leys,"

101-11.

Cameron, Archibald C. History of Fettercairn. Paisley, 1899.

Edwards, D. H. Historical guide to the Edzell and Glenesk

districts. Brechin, 1876. [Fettercairn, p. 63 et seq.]

FETTERESSO. A. and B. iii, 158, 366, 396. Arch. Scot, i,

565. F.E.S. iii, 868, 881 ; Cookney, 881. J.E. i, 75-85, 352 ;

Cowie, 53-55, 343. M.G.C i, 247. Misc. N.S.C. i, 300.

N.S.A. xi, 244. O.S.A. xii, 591. P.S.A. Scot, i, 139, 140,

225 ; iii, 69, 75 ; v, 14 ; xxiv, 9, 11, 12 ; xxvi, 251-59 ; xxix, 65.

Anderson, Robert. . Cross-country walks. Stonehaven to

Banchory. Free Press, June 14, 1913.
Bannerman of Elsick. Some account of the family. 1812.
Barclay-Allardice, Robert, Case of . . . claiming the earldom
of Airth. [Lond.], 1839.
Appendix of evidence, with pedigree. [1839.]
Second appendix, with pedigree. [1839.]
Minutes of evidence on the petition. Lond. 1839.

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ABERDEEN, BANFF, KINCARDINE

Barclay AUardice mss. Hist. Mss. Com. v.

Barclay, Robert. Genealogical account of the Barclays of
Urie. Ed. by Henry Mills. Lond. 1812.

Barron, Doug^las Gordon. The Court book of the barony of
Urie. Scot. Hist. Soc. Edin. 1892.

Duthie^ Robert. Memoranda of Stonehaven. Stonehaven
Journal, Nov. 7, 1867 et seq.

[Eeles, Francis Carolus.] Stonehaven, historical and descrip^
tive. Stonehaven, 1897

(jibb, Andrew. Views in Stonehaven and environs. Stone-
haven, 1840.

Qreig:, A. W. Guide to Stonehaven, n.d.
Muchalls as a seaside resort. [1895.]

Napier, James. Stonehaven and its historical associations.

[1879.]

Nicolas, Sir Harris. History of the earldoms of Strathearn^
Menteith, and Airth, with a report of the proceedings be-
fore the H. of Lords on the claim of Robert Barclay Allar-
dyce to the earldom of Airth. Lond. 1842.

Paul, William. Muchalls on the Kincardineshire coast. Abd.

1896.
Record book of the monthly meeting at Urie. In *' Journal of

the Friends' Historical Soc." vii.

Reid, James. Picturesque Stonehaven. Descriptive guide.
[Stonehaven], 1899, 1906, and 1908.

Report by parochial board of Fetteresso on erection of a com-
bination poorhouse. [1859].

Visitors' g^uide to Stonehaven and district. Stonehaven [1 888],
and 1893.

Walker, Alexander. Some facts about the estate and castle
of Muchalls. [Abd. 1902.]

Watt, William. The Barclays of Urie ; Barclay the apologist ;
The later Barclays of Urie. [Thirteen articles.] Free PresSy
August 18 to December 29, 1891.

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PAROCHIAL ANNALS

FINTRAY. A. and B. i, 245. Bulloch, 20, 10, 1883. F.E.S. iii,

501, 517. B.E. 83-92. Misc. N.S.C. i, 176, N.S.A. xii, 166.

O.S.A. iii, 236. F.B. ii, 513-21. P.S.A. Scot. xlv. 337-43;

xlvi, 311. ^w?A 535-49. Temple, 656-84.

Catto, John. Jottings on the parish of Pintray. Fintray,

1901.
Chalmers, P. H. Memorandum as to a branch of the family

of Chalmers. [1885.]
Forbes of Craigievar mss. Hist. Mss. Com. v.
Munro, A. M. Chalmers family. Search for references to the

surname of Chalmers, 1500-1715. 1889.
Walker, Alexander. Disblair, 1634-1884. 1884.
FORDOUN. F.E.S. iii, 853, 881. J.E. i, 62-65, 356. M.G.C.
i, 266. Misc. N.S.C. i, 301. N.S.A. xi, m. O.S.A. iv, 494.
F.S.A. Scot, ii, 464-66; ix, 499; x, 730, 733-35; xi, 24;
xiv, 313, 316; xvii, 423; xxi, 287; xxiv, 12, 13, 15; xxvi,
251-59.
Ancient sculptured monuments. . . . One at Fordoun in the

Mearns. Bannatyne Club. Edin. 1848.
[Anderson, Robert.] Lord Monboddo: a visit to Monboddo

house. A./.N. and Q. Nov. 7, 1913.
Buchan, Charles Forbes. Case of. 1853.

The Old chapel of St. Palladius and its story. Montrose,

1875; also 1879.

Burnett, George. The Burnetts of Monboddo. In " Family

of Leys," 143-149.
Cramond, William. The Annals of Fordoun. Montr. 1894.

On Stra'finla top : a guide to Auchinblae and the Fordoun

district. Dundee, 1894.

Truth about George Wishart the Martyr. Montr. 1898.

Fraser, Sir William. History of the Carnegies, Earls of

Southesk, and of their kindred. 2 vols. Edin. 1867.
[Carnegies of Pittarrow, ii, 241 et seq.^

Irvine of Monboddo. In " Family of Drum," 207.
Johnstone, J. F. Kellas. Minstrel Beattie at Fordoun. S,N.

and Q. 2nd ser. v, 143.
Menzies, John. Historical sketches in Fordoun. Montr. 1887.
Mollyson, Charles Alexander. The Parish of Fordoun. 1893.
Monboddo mss. Hist. Mss. Com. Reports, iv, vi.

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ABERDEEN, BANFF, KINCARDINE

FORDYCE. A. and B. i, 644 ; ii, 94. RE.S. iii, 666, 681 ;

Portsoy, 668, 681. J.E. ii, 100-7, 422-23; Portsoy, 107-10.

J/.aC. i, 73. J/isc. iV:5.C:. i, 242. iV:^.^. xiii, 178. O.S.A.

iii, 45. P.S.A. Scot, iii, 294; xl, 187, 320.

Buie, James. Pindlater castle. Banff, 1896.

Bulloch, J. M., and Wimberley, Douglas. The Gordons of

Glassaugh. In " House of Gordon," ii, 416-422.
Campbell Hospital for infectious diseases, Portsoy. Rules,
etc. [1905.]

Cramond, William. Campbell Hospital, Portsoy. Banff, 1902.

The Church and churchyard of Fordyce. Banff, 1886.

Court books of the regality of Ogilvie. Banff, 1886.

Fordyce Academy. Our annual spasm ; or Almus pater.

[Buckie], 1912.

Prospectus and prize list. Session 1905-06.

Gordon, D. S. R. Gordons in the parish registers, 1609-1793.
Huntly Express, June 30, 1905.

Harrower, John. Address . . . Fordyce Academy, June, 1912.
1912.

FORGLEN. A. and B. i, 508. RE.S. iii, 653, 665. M.G.C i,
77. Misc. N.S.C, i, 233. N.SA. xiii, 83. O.SA. xiv, 530.
P.S.A. Scot, ii, 343 ; xii, 613 ; xxxvii, 137-40 ; xl, 279-90.

FORGUE. A. and B. i, 519 ; ii, 320 ; iii, 587. Bulloch, 6/13, 6,
1885. F.E.S. iii, 655, 665 ; Ythan Wells, 665. /.E. ii, 170-
83,424-25. Misc. N.S.C. \, 2-^^. iV: 6'.^. xii, 598. O.S.A.
xii, 279. F.B. ii, 392-412. P.S.A. Scot, x, 69, 95, 105;
xxxvii, 107, 125. Smith, 549-72. Temple, 138-234.
Barclay^ William. An Interesting church in Forgue. [St.
Margaret's.] Banff, 1908.

Davidson, William Leslie. Short history of the ** Kingdom,**
Forgue. Dumfries, 1911.

Frendraught, Burning: of. In Burton's " Narratives," i, 202-
35; also Aberdeen Magazine, Nov. 1832.

Frendraught, Viscount. Trial, 1669. In "Records of Jus-
ticiary Court," i, 297-300.

Home, Charles. The Kingdom of Forgue. 1903.

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PAROCHIA.L ANNALS

fShand, George.] Some notices of the surname of Shand. . . .

Norwich, 1877.
Temple, William. Frendraught. Banff, 1887.

St. Margaret's, Forgue. Abd. 1881.

Ythan Wells : its churches and its schools. 1912.

:i^OVERAN. A. and B. i, 364; iii, 93. Arch, Scot, iii, 13.
Bulloch, 20, 12, 1884. F.E.S. iii, 607, 618. IT.E. 309-26;
Newburgh, 326-29. M.G.C. i, 98. Misc. N.S.C, i, 215.
N.S.A. xii, 697. O.S.A. vi, 62. P.B. iii, 149-71. F.S.A.
Scot, xliii, 308-11. Smith, 572-83. Temple, 556-608.
Anderson, Robert. Cross-country walks. Newburgh to

Cruden Bay. Free Press, Aug. 23, 1913.
Fairley, J. A. John, 7th lord Sinclair, covenanter and royalist.

Phd. 1905.
Qill, Andrew J. Mitchell. Gill of Blairythan and Savock.

1884.
Watson, John, Seton, John, and others. Trials, 1673. In
" Records of Justiciary Court," ii, 134-37.
FRASERBURGH, anciently Philorth. A. and B. i, 431 ; ii, 385 ;
iv, 83 ; College, iv, 653. Bulloch, 1, 3, 1884. F.E.S. iii, 626,
644. H.E. 250-64. Misc. N.S.C. i, 223. N.S.A. xii, 249.
O.S.A. vi, 1. F.B. ii, 90-101. Pratt, 262-85. Smith, 584-613.
Anderson, P. J. Universities at Fraserburgh and Peterhead.
S.N. and Q. i, 108; v, 77, 104.

The University of Fraserburgh. In "Book of Buchan ".

Anderson, Robert. Fraserburgh. Foundation and history.

In " Book of Buchan ".
Chambers, Robert. The First Russian embassy to England.

In "Book of Days," i, 304.

[Its vessels were wrecked near Kinnaird Head.]
Cranna, John. Fraserburgh, past and present. 1914.

Duff, R. W. The Herring fisheries of Scotland. Lond. 1883.
Fraser, Charles (Inverallochy). Correspondence with Simon,
Lord Lovat, 1740-45. In ^'Misc. of Spalding Club," vol. II.
Fraserburgh feuing: contracts. 1613-1894. Fraserb. 1894.
Fraserburgh fishing and fishing life : reminiscences of fifty

years ago. Free Press, May 31, 1892.
Fraserburgh lodge of Freemasons. Constitution. 1812.

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ABERDEEN, BANFF, KINCARDINE

Qammie, Alexander. Church life in Fraserburgh. 1908.
Lawrance, Robert Murdoch. The Pedigree of the Aberdeen-
shire Lawrances. Priv. ptd. 1912.
Leatham, James. Faithlie by the sea : an account of the

rising town of Fraserburgh. Fraserb. 1904.
Mackie, John. The Broch : two lectures. 1877.
Melvin, William Robertson. The Borough pocket guide to

Fraserburgh. 1908.
Rosehartie, Act for a voluntary contribution towards repairing

the harbour of. 1681.
Saltoun, Alexander, 11 th baron. The Frasers of Philorth.

3 vols. Edin. 1879.
Thomson, William. The Aberdeen University at Fraserburgh

and Peterhead. S.JV. and Q. v, 57, 108.
Tocher, James Fowler. Fraserburgh's share in the making

of Buchan. Aberdeen Journal^ April 5, 1912.
Wood, James Mackenzie Anderson. The Andersons in Phin-

gask and their descendants. 1910.

FYVIE. A. and B. i, 493; ii, 326; iii, 542; the priory, i, 192.
Bulloch, June 20, 27, July 4, 11, 1885. F.E.S. iii, 657, 665 ;
MiUbrex, 658, 665. H.E. 484-517 ; FoUarule, 517-22 ; Mill-
brex, 522-25. M.G.C. i, 42, 93. Misc. JV.S.C.i, 233. N.S.A.
xii, 315. O.S.A. ix, 459. F.B. ii, 276-317. Pratt, 384-424.
F.S.A. Scot, i, 139 ; vi, 203, 217, 218 ; xi, 508 ; xx. 97 ; xxiii,
346, 347 ; xxiv, 7, 8, 13, 279 ; xxv, 135-37, 422-31 ; xl, 35-39,
311. Smith, Q\3-A2. Temple, 17-105.
Anderson, P. J., and Milne, A. J. Francis Lathom : Boggie's

lord. S.JV. and Q. 2nd sen, ii, 156.
Anderson, Robert. Cross-country walks. Fyvie to Ellon.
Free Press, July 26, 1913.

The History of Fyvie castle. Phd. 1903.

Brebner, James. The Braes of Gight. 1904.

Bremner, Alex. The Royal Castle, borough, and park of

Fyvie. Banff, 1899.
Bulloch, John Malcolm. Byron's maternal ancestors. S.JV.

and Q. 2nd ser. Vol. I.

The Gordons of Gight. In " House of Gordon,"

i, 165-310.

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Bulloch, John Malcolm. Raising of the 81st (Aberdeenshire)
highlanders in 1778, by Col. the Hon. William Gordon of
Fyvie. [Keith, 1910.]

Tragic adventures of Byron's ancestors, the Gordons of

Gight. [1898.]

Fyvie, Lands, lordship, and barony of. [For sale.] 1885.

Gordon, William. Articles and regulations ... to be ob-
served by tenants on the lordship of Fyvie. 1825.

Gordon of Fyvie mss. Hist. Mss. Com. Reports, v.

The Hagberry pot: a legend of Gight. Aberdeen Weekly
News, Oct. 12, 1889.

Leslie of Little Folia. In " Family of Leslie," iii, 310 ; of
Rothie, iii, 316.

Manson, John. Changes in last thirty-three years in Fyvie.
Banff, [1863].

Moir, W. R. Our jaunt to Gight. 1868 and 1869.

Seton, George. Memoir of Alexander Seton, chancellor of
Scotland. Edin. 1882.
[Baron Fyvie and earl of Dunfermline ; built the Seton tower of Fyvie.]

History of the family of Seton. 2 vols. Edin. 1896.

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