6 edition of The Statistical account of Scotland, 1791-1799 found in the catalog.
The Statistical account of Scotland, 1791-1799
|Statement||edited by Sir John Sinclair.|
|Contributions||Sinclair, John, Sir, 1754-1835.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xlviii,914p.,(3)leaves ofplates(some folded) :|
|Number of Pages||914|
|ISBN 10||0715810030, 0715810006|
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The statistical account of Scotland, vol. 7, Lanarkshire and Renfrewshire. [John Sinclair, Sir; J B S Gilfillan; Ian R Grant; Donald J Withrington;].
Title: The Statistical Account of Scotland South and East Perthshire, Kinross-shire Volume 11 of The Statistical Account of ScotlandDonald J.
Withrington, ISBNEditor. Life in Scotland a hundred years ago: As reflected in the old statistical account of Scotland [Murray, James] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Life in Scotland a hundred years ago: As reflected in the old statistical account of Scotland Author: James Murray.
"The New Statistical Account of Scotland, correct publication dates of the parish accounts" by J.A. Gibson, pp.in 'Scottish naturalist', Vol. The spine title on books in original binding is: Statistical account. - First Statistical Account of Scotland This volume parish-by-parish description of Scotland, published between andwas a work of great vision and organization.
'No Publication of equal information and curiosity has appeared in Great Britain since Dooms-day Book', noted one observer. Statistical Account Surveying the nation. The ‘Statistical Account of Scotland’ was intended as a complete survey of Scotland.
It was organised by Sir John Sinclair, who hoped that, by surveying the nation, the account would reveal the ‘quantum of happiness’ of its people. The ‘Statistical Account of Scotland’ was published between and in 21 volumes. Source: The Statistical Account of Scotland, –, Family History Library Book B4sa vol.
Records— Family History Library Film Number Baptisms – item 4 Marriages – item 4 The Dundee University Archives has the register of baptisms of St. Johns Chapel, Drumlithie (Kincardineshire) The Statistical Account of Scotland ', edited by Sir John Sinclair. 20 volumes. (Wakefield: EP Publishing, ) 'The New Statistical Account of Scotland'.
15 volumes. (Edinburgh: William Blackwood & Sons, ) 'The Third Statistical Account of. The Statistical Account of Scotland Volume XIX Orkney & Shetland by Withrington Donald J and Grant Ian R.
(General Editors). EP Publishing Ltd., Hardback. A very good copy in a very good dustwrapper which is price-clipped but otherwise complete and untorn. A nice clean copy without ownership inscription or other internal marking.
Statistical account of Shetland,drawn up from the communications of the ministers of the different parishes by Sir John Sinclair. [Extracts from The statistical account of Scotland.] ; Hjaltland Miscellany volscompiled and edited, sometimes with.
ThisStatistical Account of Scotland was published between and by Sir John Sinclair of Ulbster. The Statistical Account. Since the survey was not complete, Sir John sent out Statistical Missionaries in ; the project was finished by June Source: The Statistical Account of Scotland, –, Family History Library Book B4savol.
Records— Family History Library Film Number Baptisms –, – item 3. Civil Registration Records [edit | edit source]. Year House Person Event Age abt Statistical Account of Scotland Statistical Account of Scotland 13 East Street, Clackmananshire/ Old Bridge Street, Alloa/ Kielars Black Grange RONALD James RONALD James, in Black Grange, par.
of Logie 6 Mar. PDF Book. Black Grange AITKEN Jean, PATERSON James AITKEN File Size: 2MB. References and information about [Old] Statistical Account of Scotland The Statistical Account of Scotland, Vol.
X IV - Kincardineshire and South and West Aberdeenshire. Sinclair, Sir John (ed.) (Withrington, Donald J. & Grant, Ian R. (General editors)). Other Universe, The by Sinclair, Sir John R. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The Statistical Account of Scotland by Sir John Sinclair, reissue general editors Donald J.
Withrington and Ian R. Grant, E.P. Publishing, Ltd.,p. Copy available at Midlothian District Library Headquarters, Loanhead, Scotland. The New Statistical Account of Scotland Published in in 15 volumes; The Statistical Account of Scotland Published in in 21 volumes; Children's Rhymes.
Children's Games, Children' s Songs, Children's Stories A Book for Bairns and Big Folk by Robert Ford () Home and Farm Food Preservation By William V.
Cruess (). 1st Statistical Account of Scotland,edited by Sir John Sinclair, has a full alphabetical list of the parishes in Scotland, including their presbytery and county (Vol. XX, pp. It also includes an alphabetical list of "Parishes suppressed, annexed to other parishes, or which have changed their names, with a corresponding.
Statistical Accounts of Markinch Parish 1 THE ‘OLD’ STATISTICAL ACCOUNT. The volumes are headed ‘The Old Statistical Account of Scotland drawn up from the Communications of the Ministers of the Different Parishes by Sir John Sinclair, Bart.’ Details of the printer, as detailed on the inner leaf of the book - Edinburgh: PrintedFile Size: KB.
Statistical Account of Scotland - Cramond, William (). The Parish of Grange. The Book of the Chronicles. Barclay, William (). The Schools and School Masters of Banffshire. Educational Institute of Scotland.
Cunnison, James (). Hamilton, Henry. Third Statistical Account of Banff. Collins. ReferencesLocation: 57°32’52"N, 2°49’38"W. Two origin stories of Glenshee are presented below. One is from the First Statistical Account of Scotland (), and the other is from the website of the Glenshee Tourist Association, which presumably takes its information from the book Glenshee: the Glen of the Fairies () by Antony MacKenzie Smith.
Statistical Account ‘In tracing the origin of the name of Glenshee. Buy Life in Scotland a hundred years ago: As reflected in the old statistical account of Scotland 2nd and enl. ed by Murray, James (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : James Murray.
From The Statistical Account of Scotland Retyped for Sorn Web site by Margaret Morton PARISH OF SORN (COUNTY OF AYR, SYNOD OF GLASGOW AND AYR, PRESBYTERY OF AYR). By the Rev.
George Gordon. "The New Statistical Account of Scotland, correct publication dates of the parish accounts" by J.A. Gibson, pp.in 'Scottish naturalist', Vol. The spine title on books in original binding is: Statistical account This material has been provided by London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine Library & Archives : The Statistical Account of Scotland Weem p The Statistical Account of Perthshire Weem p The Third Statistical Account of Scotland: Weem p Maps.
Title. ReferenceFile Size: 1MB. Falkirk Old & St. Modan's Parish Church also known as "Falkirk Trinity Church" is a congregation of the Church of Scotland in Falkirk, central medieval Old Parish Church is located in the centre of Falkirk, and may have been founded as early as the 7th century.
The church was largely rebuilt in the 19th century, though the 18th-century steeple was y: Scotland. Source: The Statistical Account of Scotland, –, Family History Library Book B4savol.
Records— Family History Library Film Number Baptisms –, – item 3. Civil Registration Records Edit. The Statistical Account of Scotland The Statistical Account of Perthshire The Third Statistical Account of Scotland. See accounts of Alyth, Kirkmichael, Caputh, Rattray, Bendochy, Blairgowrie and Kinloch.
The Statistical Account of Scotland, Volume VII, Lanarkshire and Renfrewshire, New Introduction by J.B.S. Gilfillan, Reissue by EP Publ Ltd, Note: In McCowan Society publications, "OSA" is the abbreviation for these "Old" Statistical Accounts.
Page numbers for the OSA refer to the EP Publ reprints. STATISTICAL ACCOUNTS OF SCOTLAND and A short but interesting account of the state of the town and parish in Here's a link to the Statistical Accounts. Find Ayrshire and then select Maybole for a very detailed account of Maybole Parish by Rev.
George Gray, Minister of Old Maybole Church. AYRSHIRE ARCHIVES. The Surnames of Scotland (Black) ; Ordnance Gazetteer of Scotland ; The Statistical Account of Scotland (vol X - Fife) The Account of Scotland (vol IX - Fife) Ordnance Survey Object Name Books Links to the indexes here.
Old Statistical Account of Scotlandvolume 9, p The entry for the parish of Graitney includes a note on clandestine marriages and the famous marriage business at Gretna over the previous forty years. It includes a transcript of one of the certificates. The Old (or First) Statistical Account of Scotland was published between and by Sir John Sinclair of Ulbster.
The general response was excellent although the length and quality of the submissions varied greatly. The Old Statistical account of Scotland volume 4: Roseneath Parish () The New Statistical Account of Scotland () Volume 8: Roʃeneath Parish () The Third Statistical Account of Scotland - Dunbartonshire ().
(From the Statistical Account of Scotland Vol II) Hide. Bibliography The book is pages long and includes an index. The history starts with prehistoric times and runs through to the First World War, just before the book was published.
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The statistical account of Scotland, drawn up from the communications of the Ministers of the different parishes 4 SCT AID [Aids, guides, how-to]. According to the Statistical Accounts of Scotlandthe afternoon of the fair was largely given over to “ foot races, and other diversions for the entertainment of those who chuse [sic] to attend them.” In the early s, in a field adjoining the village, a course was prepared for horse races.The statistical account of Scotland: drawn up from the communications of the ministers of the different parishes, by Sir John Sinclair, Bart., Edinburgh The new statistical account of Scotland by the ministers of the respective parishes, under the superintendence of a committee of the Society for the Benefit of the Sons and Daughters.
The Statistical Account of Scotland describe Coldingham as appearing ". to have been of very high antiquity; for the monastery was one of the most ancient and flourishing on the east of Scotland, and previous to the confecration of the famous St Cuthbert, the bishop of Lindisferne, ie Holy Island, which was performed in the Cathedral.