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additions. Banff, 1896.
Daniel, Robert Mackenzie. The Scottish heiress, a novel. 3

vols. Lond. 1843.



Duncan, Alfred H. Netherton, or life in a Scottish village. 1887.

Codhaven. 1901.

E., M. A Man of plain speech. Lond. 1898.

[A Romance founded on local Quaker persecution of 17th cent.]
Farquhar, William A. Q. The Fyvie Lintie. 1904.
Findlay, J. T. The Chosen. Lond. 1905.

A Deal with the King. Lond. 1901.

Silent places. Lond. 1903.

Forbes, Alexander Penrose. The Prisoners of Craigmacaire

[Dunnottar]. Lond. 1852.
[Forbes, Arthur.] Don : a poem. London, printed in the year

1655; reprinted, 1742; also Edin. 1814; Fintray, 1849; with

notes by Charles Dawson. 1797. Other editions, 1805 ; and

Phd. 1819.
Forbes, Hon. Mrs. Walter A. D. Nameless. Lond. 1909.
Gellie, Mary E. Raffan's folk. Lond. [1891].
Gordon, Alexander. The Polks o' Carglen. Lond. 1891.

Northward Ho I Stories of Carglen. Lond. 1894.

Gordon, Kate. Racy and his sisters : or a few months in Aber-
deen. Lond. 1885.

Grant, James. Romance of war : or, the Highlanders in Spain.
3 vols. Lond. 1846 : in France and Belgium. 1 vol. Lond. 1847.
[The Gordon Highlanders in the Napoleonic wars.]

Grant, Joseph. Tales of the glens. Stonehaven, 1869. 2nd ed.
Edin. n.d.

Grant, Victor. Reclaimed by the sea : a fisher tale. n.d.

Green, George G. Gordon haven : sketches of fisher life. 1887.

Greig, Gavin. The Bards of Buchan. Series of articles. Peter-
head Sentinel, begun Feb. 7, 1914.

Logic o' Buchan : an Aberdeenshire pastoral. 1899.

Morrison Gray : or, life in a Buchan schoolhouse. [Serial

story.] Peterhead Sentinel, Peb. 7, 1914. In progress.

Hay, William [pseud. Jacob Ruddiman, M.A.] Tales and

sketches. 1828.
[Jackson, Mrs.] A Bundle of old stories. 1894.
Laing, Alexander. The Caledonian itinerary, or a tour on the

banks of the Dee. 2 vols. 1819. [Inverse.]

The Donean tourist. 1828. [In verse.]



Lauder, Sir Thomas Dick. The Wolfe of Badenoch. 3 vols.

Lond. 1827.
Leatham, James. D'ye mind lang syne. Huddersfield, [1912].

[First appeared in Peterhead Sentinel, as did other stories from his
pen, ^.^. "The Lass of Drumlinie," "Agnes le Chiene " and
"A Clerical Quixote".]
Low, William Leslie. By the North Sea shore : a tale of fisher
life. Lond. 1891.

Reuben Dean. Edin. 1898.

Lowe, Charles. A Fallen star : or the Scots of Frederick.

Lond. 1895.
McAulay, Allan. The Safety of the honours. Lond. n.d.
[Historical novel : preservation of the regalia.]

Macdonald, George. David Elginbrod. 3 vols. Lond. 1863.
Alec Forbes of Howglen. 3 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1865.

Robert Falconer. 3 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1868.

The Wow o' Riwen. Lond. 1868.

Ranald Bannermann's boyhood. Lond. 1869.

Malcolm. 3 vols. Lond. 1874.

Marquis of Lossie. 3 vols. Lond. 1877.

Sir Gibbie. 3 vols. Lond. 1879.

Castle Warlock. Lond. 1882.

Donal Grant. 3 vols. Lond. 1883.

The Portent and other stories. Lond. 1871.

Macdonald, N. A. For stark love and kindness. Lond. 1896.
Machray, Robert. Sir Hector : the story of a Scots gentleman.

Lond. 1901.

[Romance of a Marischal College man.]
Mackay, George A. Where the heather grows. Paisley, 1897.
Maclean, Neil N. Life at a northern university. Glasg. 1874.

Quater-centenary edition, ed. by Wm. Keith Leask. 1906.

3rd ed. 1914.
MacLennan, R. J. In yon toon : my friend, Mrs. Simpson.

Glasg. 1909.
Maidment, James. A North countrie garland. Edin. 1824.
Mayo, Isabella Fyvie. Her object in life. Lond. n.d.
Michie, John Q. Deeside tales. 1872. Ed. by F. C. Diack. 1908.
Milne, John (Atherb). Stories and story-telling in Buchan.

Aberdeen Daily Journal, April 19, 26, 1904.
Minto, William. Was she good or bad ? Lond. 1889.



Moore, F. Frankfort. The Laird of Craig Athol. Lend. 1910.
Philip, John C. Memoirs of an Aberdeen detective. 1903.
Phillips, J. Q. The Laird's wooing. Lond. 1899.
The Ploughman student, a story of Aberdeen University..

People's Journal, July 25 to Sept. 19, 1874.
Reid, Sir Wugh Qilzean. Lowland legends, chiefly relating to

the Buchan district. Edin. 1865.

Tween' gloamin' and the mirk. Paisley, 1895.

Robbie, William. The Heir of Glendornie. 1880.

Rodger, Ella Hill Burton. The Silver hoard. In 30 chapters.

Weekly Free Press, commencing Oct. 10, 1889.
The Rough tykes of Tarland. [A tale in 5 chapters.] Weekly

Free Press ^ commencing Jan. 14, 1888.
Russell, Alexander D. [pseud. Neil RoyJ. The Horseman's word.

Lond. 1895.
Schuster, Rose. The Road to victory. [Field Marshal Keith.]

Lond. 1913.
Scott, Sir Walter. A Legend of Montrose. [Dugald Dalgety.]

Edin. 1819.
Selbie, George A. [pseud. Esme Hope]. William Orleigh. 2 vols.

Lond. 1890.
Skelton, John. The Crookit Meg. Edin. 1880.
Smith, George Watt [pseud. John Harlaw]. Sandy Gordon,

missionar. Lond. [1908].
Smith, Walter Chalmers. Borland Hall. Glasg. 1874.

North country folks. Glasg. 1883.

Stables, William Gordon. From ploughshare to pulpit. Lond.

I remember, I remember, or stray leaves from my life log.

Alma Mater, vol. xi. 1893-94.
Stark, James. Elspet and her neighbours. 1894.
Stoker, Bram. The Watter's moo. Lond. 1894.

The Mystery of the sea. Lond. 1902.

Tales of Aberdeen. 1844.

Tennant, Joseph. Jeannie Jaffray : Aberdeen 260 years ago.

1909 and 1910.
Williams, George. Sketches of Scarbraes. Stirling, [1895].

The Story of a ploughman. Evening Express, Feb. 23,.

March 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, 1895.



[Excluding publications of Aberdeen City Institutions.]

Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire territorial rifle association. 50th
wapinschaw. 1911. Annual programme. Current.

Aberdeen and North=east of Scotland union of women workers.
26th annual report. 1909. Current.

Aberdeen and Northern Illustrated Magazine. 1889.

Aberdeen and North of Scotland Trades Directory. Edin. 1898-.

Aberdeen -Angus Cattle Society. Herd book. Vol. I. Banff,
1884. Current.

Aberdeen asylum for the blind of Aberdeen, Banff, and Kin-
cardine. Annual reports.

Aberdeen, Banff, and Kincardine People's Journal. 1864.
Originally "The People's Journal". No. 1. Jan. 2, 1858,
Printed in Dundee. Current weekly.

Aberdeen, Banff, Kincardine, etc., Town and County Direc-
tory. Glasg. 1895.

Aberdeen Book-lover. No. 1, May, 1913. Current.

Aberdeen Buchan Association Magazine. No. 1. October^
1911. Current occasionally : edited by William Walker.

Aberdeen Catholic Herald for . . . the northern counties. No. 1.
5th Oct., 1894. Weekly. Current.

Aberdeen Diocesan Catholic year book. Glasg. 1913.

Aberdeen Ecclesiological society. Transactions. 4 vols. 1889-

Aberdeen Guardian and Northern Counties Chronicle. 1869.

** Aberdeen Journal " Notes and Queries. Edited by John A.
Henderson. Vol. i. 1908. Annual — current.

[Weekly in the newspaper. Continues the work of " Scottish Notes
and Queries," and equally indispensable.]

Aberdeen Saturday Post. 1861.

Aberdeen town and county association for teaching the blind
at their homes. Annual reports.

i6i N


Aberdeenshire, Banffshire, etc., Directory for 1888-9. 1888.
Aberdeenshire constabulary. Annual police reports.
Almanacs : —

Aberdeen Almanac and Northern Register. See p. 42.

Kincardineshire Almanac. Mont. 1875.

Kincardineshire Almanac and Official Directory. Stonehaven,
1890, etc.

Kincardineshire Household Almanac. Mont. 1879-. A series.

Mariners' Almanac and Tide Tables for 1913. Current.

[First issue, 1821, " Aberdeen Tide Tables," afterwards " Inglis' Tide
Tables ".]
Supplements to Oliver & Boyd's Edinburgh Almanac.
County lists.
Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire. Journal office, Aberd. 1865-.

Ans:us and Mearns Remembrancer. Mont. 1852-58.
Rodger's Town and County Lists. Angus and Mearns. Mont.

Burnett's Town and County Lists. Angus and Mearns.

Mont. 1877-1900.
Ang'us and Mearns Town and County Lists. Arbroath, 1901-.

Douglas's Supplement for the Northern Counties. Invss.

1831-60. [Banffshire lists.]
Northern Supplement. Banffshire and Northern Counties.
Aberdeen Journal office, 1861-. Current.
Angus and Mearns Business Directory. Mont. 1873. Current.
Angus and Mearns Commercial and Agricultural Remembrancer.

Mont. 1827-1858.
Angus and Mearns Register. Mont. 1808. Current.
Balmoral Magazine. 1903.

Banffshire Advertiser and Buckie and Moray Firth Fishing
and General Gazette. Buckie, No. 1, 17 November, 1881.
Weekly : current.
Banffshire Field Club. Transactions. 1880-81, etc. Current.
Banffshire Herald. Keith: No. 1, 28 May, 1892. Weekly:

Banffshire Journal. No. 1. 30 Sept. 1845. Weekly: current.



Banffshire Reporter. Portsoy ; No. 1, 15 August, 1850.

Weekly : current.
Banffshire year book and County Directory, 1875, etc. Banff,

1874-. Current.
Banner of Buchan. No. 1. 8 March, 1864. 26 weekly num-
bers. Phd. 1864.
Black's Morayshire directory, including the upper district of

Banffshire. 1863-.
Braemar Herald and Upper Deeside Advertiser. No. 1 . 4th Feb.,

1914. Weekly; current.
Buchan Almanac. Phd. 1891. Annual : current.
Buchan Churchman. No. 1. January, 1895. Monthly.
Buchan Clown. No. 1. 1 March, 1838. 12 pts. Phd.

Buchan Field Club. Transactions. 1887-. Vols. 1-. Phd. 1888-.

In progress.
Buchan Journal. No. 1. 4 March, 1865. Weekly to 21 May,

1866. Phd. 1865-66.
Buchan Observer. No. 1. 16 January, 1863. Weekly;

current. Jubilee number, 1913.
Caledonian Literary and Political Museum. 1815.
Catholic Directory for the clergy and laity in Scotland.

Aquhorties. 1829. Annual. Printed in Aberdeen since 1 849-.
Catholic Herald for Aberdeen, Inverness and the Northern

Counties. 1894-.
Christian Apologist and Ecclesiastical Observer. 1864-
Christian Investigator. 1830-31.

Churchman's Magazine. January, 1871. Monthly. Phd. 1871-72.
County Directory of Scotland. Edin. v.y. Current.
Donside Journal. Fintray, 1843.
Dufftown News and Speyside Advertiser. Dufftown : No. 1,

29 September, 1894. Weekly: current.
East of Scotland Union of Naturalists' Societies. Proceedings,

1885-. Perth, 1886-. Current.
Fishing News. No. 1. April 7, 1913. Weekly: current.
Fraserburgh Advertiser. No. 1. 1852. Weekly: current.
Fraserburgh Herald. No. 1. 26 March, 1884. Weekly : current.
Fraserburgh Herring Circular. No. 1. Fraserburgh, July,

1895. Weekly during the fishing season, July-Sept.



Free Press Fair and Market List for 1909-, 1908-. Current.

Gordons Regimental Gazette. 1901.

Highland Society of Scotland, afterwards Highland and Agri-
cultural Society of Scotland. Prize essays and transactions.
Four series. Edin. 1799-1888. Fifth series, 1889-. Current.

Huntly Express. No. 1, 15 August, 1863. Weekly: current.

Huntly Field Club. Transactions. 1886, etc. Huntly, v.y.

Inverness Scientific Society and Field Club. Transactions.
1875-. Invss. [1885-]. In progress.

Kincardineshire Observer, in which is incorporated the
Laurencekirk Observer. No. 1, 18 January, 1907. Weekly:

Laurencekirk Observer. No. 1, 11 April, 1902. Weekly:
merged as above.

Montrose, Arbroath, and Brechin Review, and Forfar and
Kincardineshires Advertiser. No. 1. January 11, 1811.
Weekly — current .

Montrose Chronicle, or Angus and Mearns Advertiser. No. 1.
Friday, November 19th, 1819. Weekly— current until 1823.

Montrose Courier and General Advertiser for the counties of For-
far and Kincardine. No. 1. Friday, May 5, 1815. Weekly
until May 8, 1816.

Montrose Express and Angus and Mearns Reporter. No. 1. 2nd
May, 1889. Weekly until 28 Nov., 1889.

Montrose Standard and Angus and Mearns Register. No. 1.
June 20, 1837. Weekly— current.

North Briton. 1825.

Northern Advertiser. 1856-1902.

Northern Association of literary and scientific societies. Trans-
actions. Vol. I-. Invss., etc., 1888-. in progress.

Northern Daily News. 1891-92.

Northern Evening News. 1892-93.

Northern Examiner. 1860.

Northern Telegraphic News. 1854.

North of Scotland Gazette. 1845.

Penny Free Press and Northern Advertiser. 1855-56.



Peterhead Advertiser and Buchan Journal. No. 1, 20 June,

1856. Phd. 1856. Weekly for six months.
Peterhead Almanac and Buchan Directory. Phd. 1864.
Peterhead Almanac and Directory. Phd. 1853.
Peterhead Register and General Advertiser. No. 1, April, 1844.

Phd. 1844-47. Monthly.
Peterhead Sentinel. No. 1,6 June, 1856. Weekly: current.

Jubilee number. July, 1906. Phd. 1906.

Rural Echo : and Magazine of the North of Scotland Mutual

Instruction Association. Nos. 1-6. 1850.
Schoolmasters' Widows Fund. Annual reports from 1807. Edin.

1808- . Current.
Scottish Educational Year Book and Diary for 1891-[1890].

Scottish Farmer and Gardener's Journal. 1845-47.
Scottish Notes and Queries. [Edited by John Bulloch.] 20

vols. 1888-1907.

[Indispensable to students of north-eastern history.]
Selector. No. 1, 6 June, 1817. 13 pts. Phd. 1817.
Shetland pony stud book. Vol. I. 1891-. Annual — in progress.
Slater* s Royal National Directory of Scotland. Manchester, v.y.

Star of Drum and Deeside Advertiser. 1898.
Stonehaven Iris, or Kincardineshire Literary Journal. No. 1.

Jan. 1st, 1838.
Stonehaven Journal and Kincardineshire Advertiser. No. 1.

1843. Weekly : current.
Stonehaven Luminary. No. 1. Stonehaven, 1830.
Stonehaven News. No. 1. June 14, 1904. Weekly to April, 1906.
United Free Church presbytery of Aberdeen. Calendar for

United Operative Masons and Granite Cutters' Journal. No. 1.

May, 1901. Monthly — current.
Wee Willie Winkie. 1891 97.



Aberdeen, Braemar, and Deeside. 1854 and 1855.

Aberdeen, Deeside, etc., Guide to. [Ward, Lock & Co.] Lond.

Anderson, George and Peter. Guide to the highlands and

islands of Scotland. Lond. 1834. [Across the Grampians

to Braemar, etc.], pp. 166-80. 2nd ed., Edin. 1842, pp.

206-22 ; 3rd ed., Edin. 1850, pp. 275-339 ; 4th ed., 3 pts.,

Edin. 1863, pp. 394-503.
Anderson, Robert Descriptive sketch of the G.N.S.R. and

branches. /« "Programme for tourists," 1895-1913.

Deeside. Illus. by William Smith, Jr. 1911.

Anderson, William. Guide to Formartine and Buchan railway.

Phd. 1862.
Annand, James. Cruden Bay and the land of the "Crookit

Meg". 1899.
Baddeley, M. J. B. Scotland. Thorough guide series. In three

parts. Lond. 1881-. Several eds.
Bennett, William. The Strangers' guide, to which is added a

companion for the Aberdeen railway. 1851. Another, 1855.
Black's Aberdeenshire guide, including Banff and Elgin. 6th

ed. Edin. 1880.
Black's picturesque tourist of Scotland. Ed. by James Taylor.

Edinb. 1840. Ed. by G. E. Mitton. 1907.
Cornwall, George. Cornwall's guide to the railways, coaches,

and steamers of the principal towns in Scotland. No. L

December, 1853. Monthly. Current.

There are also published in Aberdeen, " A.B.C. time table," at the
yournal and Express Office; and "Traveller's time table and
diary " at the Free Press and Evening Gazette Office.

Coutts, James. Dictionary of Deeside. 1899.
Craigfhead, James. Craighead's excursionist. No. 1 (Monymusk)
and No. 2 (Banchory). 1859.

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Cramond, William. Guide to Grantown and district. Dundee,

Dal^arnO) James. From the Brig o' Balgownie ... to the

BuUers of Buchan. 1890. Other editions, 1891 and 1896.
Deeside guide. 1885.

descriptive and traditionary. 1891.

Deeside railway, Stranger's guide for the. 1854.
Dinnie, Robert. Deeside guide. 1879.

Donside, Guide to. 1844. 3rd ed., 1852 ; others, 1855, 1866, etc.

Dufftown and Strathspey railways, Description of. Banff,

Duncan's Itinerary of Scotland. 6th ed. Glasg. 1827.

Ferg^uson, William. Great North of Scotland railway. [His-
torical guide.] Edin. 1881.

Formartine and Buchan railway, Description of. Banff, 1865.

Guide book to the. Lewis and James Smith. 1862.

[George, J. F.] Munro's guide to Aberdeen and Deeside. [1903.]

Munro's tourist guide to the north of Scotland. . . . [1904.]

Grant, David. A Handbook to the Great North of Scotland

railway. 1862.

Hay, J. Marley, and Gibb, A. Scenery of the Dee. 1884.

Keddie, William. The Royal route ... to the valley of the
Dee, Glen Tilt, etc. Glasg. [1865].

Longmuir, John. Speyside : its picturesque scenery and anti-
quities. . . . 1860.

McConnachie, A. I. Ben Muich Dhui and his neighbours. 1885.

Bennachie, 1890. 2nd ed. 189 .

[ ] Buchan illustrated. [1905.]

Deeside. 1893. 2nd ed., 1895.

Donside. 1900.

Lochnagar. 1891.

Queen Victoria's highland home and vicinity. [1897.]

The Royal Dee. 1898.

Strathspey. 1902.

Murray's Handbook for travellers in Scotland. Xond. 1867.

8th ed., by S. Moncrieff Penney, 1903.
Ramsay, Alexander. Guide to the Great North of Scotland

railway. Banff, 1854.



Reid, WiUiam. Grantown and the adjacent country : a guide to

Strathspey. Grantown, 1883.
[Three later editions.]
[Rhind, William.] Anderson's tourist guide through Scotland.

John Anderson, Jr. Edin. 1837. 2nd ed., 1838.

The Scottish tourists* portable guide. . . . Excursions up

the Dee to Ballater. , . . Lizars, Edin. [1845].

The Scottish tourist. W. H. Lizars, Edin. 9th ed., [1842] ;

18th ed., 1850.

[Afterwards published by T. Nelson & Son.]

[Robertson, Joseph, Ferres, John, and Duncan, William.] A

Guide to the highlands of Deeside. By James Brown.

[First issued according to Sir Arthur Mitchell in 1828, and to Rev.
James Smith in 1829, but not seen.]

The Guide to Deeside. By James Brown. 1835.

The New Deeside guide. By James Brown. [1832], also

1842, 1843, 1846, 1856, 1859, 1860, 1862, 1866, 1868, 1869,
1876, 1877, etc.

The Deeside guide. [With additions by James Cromar.]

1885, also 1893.

Robson, George Fennel 1. Scenery of the Grampian mountains.
Lond. 1814, also 1819.

Scotland delineated. Edin. 1791.

Scotland described. 3rd ed. Edin. 1806.

See-as-you-go guide to the railways in the north-east of Scot-
land. Elgin, 1899.

Slezer, John. Theatrum Scotiae. Lond. 1693.

Speyside mail. New highland route open to the public. Banff,

Speyside, Views of. Pp. 64. 1909.

Strathspey railway, Guide to the. Elgin, 1863.

Traveller's guide through Scotland. 8th ed. 2 vols. Edin.

Views of the Seats of noblemen and gentlemen in Scotland. Jones
& Co., Lond. 1829.

[Arbuthnott, Castle Forbes, Castle Fraser, Craigston, Crathes,
Drum, Duff House, Fyvie, Gordon Castle.]




Aberdeenshire. W. H. Lizars. N.S.A. xii. 1843.

Armstrong's Scots atlas. Lend. 1777.

Banff and Macduff. Capt. Slater. Admiralty map. 1834.

Banffshire. W. H. Lizars. N.S.A. xiii. 1843.

Bartholomew, J. Q. Royal Scottish Geographical society's atlas
of Scotland. 2 miles to 1 inch. 1895.

Aberdeen and Banff. 4 miles to 1 inch. In Watt's *' Aber-
deen and Banff". 1900.

Brown's map of the environs of Aberdeen. A. Brown & Co.,
circ. 1899.

Cooper and Jaffray. A Draught of the town and sea coast about
Peterhead, commonly called Buchan Ness. 1739.

Faden, William. Maps of Scotland. 1840.

Garden's map of Kincardineshire. 1774.

'Gordon, Robert. The two shyres Aberdene and Banf, with such
countreys and provinces as are comprehended under them. In
Blaeu's Atlas. Amsterdam, 1654.

[Reprinted in Robertson's " Collections," 1843, and Watt's "Aber-
deen and Banff," 1900.]

Johnston, W. & A. K. County map of Aberdeenshire. [1848.]
Kincardineshire. W. H. Lizars. N.S.A, xi. 1842.
Kitchin, Thomas. Geographia Scotiae : being new and correct
maps of all the counties and islands in the kingdom of Scot-
land. Lond. 1749.
Lawson, John Parker, and Rhind, William. The Descriptive
atlas of Scotland. Edin. . . . Aberd., Lewis Smith, 1842.
Leslie, John. Scotiae regni descriptio. Map in the " De origine

. . . Scotorum ". Rome, 1578.
Lizars, W. H. Travelling map of Scotland . . . upon a new and
improved plan. [In book form.] P. Hill & Co., Edin. [1820].
[" Smacks sail between Leith and Aberdeen once a week. Three
steamers are building to sail daily and are expected to be
finished early in the summer of 1821."]

Lothian, J. Map of the counties of Aberdeen and Banff. Edin.

A New map of Aberdeenshire. Kitchin. Lond. [1770].



Ordnance survey : —

Aberdeenshire. 1864-71. Maps on 1 inch, 6 inch, and 25 inch
scales, with area books.

Revised survey. 1899-1903. Maps on 6 inch (quarter

sheet), and 25 inch scales.

Also Aberdeen and Peterhead. On ^^jj scale ; revised

in 1899-1900.

Banffshire. 1865-70. Maps on 1 inch, 6 inch, and 25 incb
scales, with area books.

Revised survey. 1900-03. Maps on 6 inch (quarter sheet),

and 25 inch scales.

Kincardineshire. 1863-65. Maps on 1 inch, 6 inch, and 25
inch scales, with area books.

Revised survey. 1899-1902. Maps on 6 inch (quarter

sheet), and 25 inch scales.

Also Stonehaven. On ^^ scale, revised 1899-1900.

Robertson's county map of Aberdeen, Banff, and Kincardine..


Shearar, John. Old maps and map makers of Scotland. Edin.

Shires of Banff and Aberdeen. In Hermann Moll's Atlas. 1725.

Taylor and Skinner. Survey maps of the roads of North Britain
or Scotland. 1776.

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Tourists' map of the north and eastern parts of Scotland, show-
ing the various lines of railway. Edin. 1848.



Aberdeen University Library Bulletin. No. 1. October^
19n. Issued three times a year. In progress.

[Edited by P. J. Anderson and Maud Storr Best. Parts 1-6
complete vol. i, which, besides lists of accessions, etc., con-
tains "An Ideal for the University Library," by J. M. Bulloch;
the first instalment of '* Catalogue of the Taylor collection of
metrical psalters," with memoir of its collector by Dr. P.
Giles; "Arcades ambo J[ohn] F[yfe]-R[obert] W[alker]," by
W. Keith Leask; "The Library catalogues of 1873-74," by
Stephen Ree ; '* List of desiderata " for the library ; and the
" Concise bibliography of the city of Aberdeen," by J. F.
Kellas Johnstone.]

Aldis, H. Q. List of books printed in Scotland before 1700.
Edinb. Bibliog. Soc, 1904.

Scottish bibliography. Scot. Rev. xxix, 101.

Anderson, John P. Book of British topography. Lond. 1881.
Anderson, P. J. Bibliography of Aberdeen periodical literature.
Local bibliography.

[Beginning with The Murray lectures at King's College (i. 135-137),
Mr. Anderson made extensive bibliographical contributions to
the twenty volumes of Scottish Notes and Queries, 1688-1907,
generally under the headings above noted.]

Bibliography of Alexander Bain. In his " Autobiography,"

pp. 425-435. 1904.

Bibliography of Alexander Walker, LL.D., late dean of guild.


Bibliography of Dr. William Cramond's publications. S.JV.

and Q. 2nd ser. viii, 154-56.

Bibliography of Rev. James Aberigh MacKay. Inverness

Courier. June 30, 1908, Jan. 29, 1909.

Bibliography of Scoticisms. Notes and Queries^ 7th ser. ii, 363.

Bibliography of Sir William D. Geddes. Alma Mater ^ xvii.,

pp. 152, 161. 1900.

Bibliography of the University Quatercentenary. In " Re-
cord of the quatercentenary," pp. 590-598. 1907.

Collections towards a bibliography of the Universities of

Aberdeen. In *' Studies in the history of the Univ.". 1906.
pp. 385-525.



Anderson, P. J. Collections towards a bibliography of the Uni-
versities of Aberdeen. Edin. 1907.

[An enlarged work, illustrated; limited issue to members of the
Edinburgh Bibliographical Society.]

Collections towards the preparation of the Fasti of Marischal

College. 1886.

Duncan Liddel, M.D., professor in the University of Helm-

stadt, 1591-1607. 1910.

Ewen Maclachlan. [Bibliography of his works.] Notes and

Queries, 10th ser. xi, 150.

Forerunners of Alma Mater. Ahna Mater, xxi, 121.

Literature of the Robertson Smith case. S.N. and Q. v,

141, 159; vii, 184; viii, 10, 190; ix, 171.

Meston, the imitator of Hudibras. [Notice and bibliography

of the works of William Meston, Jacobite poet.] Notes and
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