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A Sporting Tour Through the Northern Parts of England and Great Part of the Highlands of Scotland Including Remarks on English and Scottish Landscape, and General Observations on the State of Society and Manners.
A Sporting Tour Through the Northern Parts of England and Great Part of the Highlands of Scotland Including Remarks on English and Scottish Landscape, and General Observations on the State of Society and Manners.
Describes a sportsman's tour in 1786 through Northern England and Scotland. Includes remarks on the English and Scottish landscape and general observations on hunting, falconry, and the state of society and manners. Hardcover. 332 pp. Includes 16 engravings by Medland, Pouncy, Landseer, and Peltro from paintings by Garrand. London, 1804.
A Treatise on the Coins of the Realm, in a letter to the King
A Treatise on the Coins of the Realm, in a letter to the King
A survey of the coins of British Empire, written by Charles Jenkinson, Earl of Liverpool, in a letter to the British Monarch. 1st ed. 268 p. 29 cm. Oxford: Oxford University Press, for Cadell and Davies, 1805.
A bit of autobiography
A bit of autobiography
MacDonald, Alexander. A Bit of Autobiography. Victoria, B.C.: Willows, 1920. [27] leaves : port. ; 22 x 25 cm.
A history of the Catholic Church in eastern Nova Scotia : Volume 1
A history of the Catholic Church in eastern Nova Scotia : Volume 1
A two volume work on the history of the Roman Catholic Church in eastern Nova Scotia written by Reverend Angus Anthony Johnston. This historical account covers the time period of 1611-1880 and includes a brief appendix surveying the years, 1880-1969.
A history of the Catholic Church in eastern Nova Scotia : Volume 2
A history of the Catholic Church in eastern Nova Scotia : Volume 2
A two volume work on the history of the Roman Catholic Church in eastern Nova Scotia written by Reverend Angus Anthony Johnston. This historical account covers the time period of 1611-1880 and includes a brief appendix surveying the years, 1880-1969.
A history of the county of Pictou, Nova Scotia
A history of the county of Pictou, Nova Scotia
A history of the county of Pictou, Nova Scotia, written by George Patterson and originally published in 1877. Edition presented is the 1916 reprint.
A sketch of the life and times of the Right Reverend Angus Bernard MacEachern : the first bishop of the Diocese of Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada
A sketch of the life and times of the Right Reverend Angus Bernard MacEachern : the first bishop of the Diocese of Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada
Biographical account of the life of Right Reverend Angus Bernard MacEachern, written by Emmet J. Mullally and published in 1947.
Agricultural Society of Barra Head
Agricultural Society of Barra Head
Records of the Agricultural Society of Barra Head. 1915-1926. 21.5 cm x 35.5 cm.
Ais-eiridh na sean chanoin Albannaich; no, An nuadh oranaiche Gaidhealach
Ais-eiridh na sean chanoin Albannaich; no, An nuadh oranaiche Gaidhealach
A collection of Gaelic poems by Alexander MacDonald, published in Scotland, 1751. A very rare first edition and one of only twelve copies in existence.
Allan the Ridge Manuscript
Allan the Ridge Manuscript
Poetry of Allan the Ridge MacDonald
An Cuairtear og Gaelach
An Cuairtear og Gaelach
A Gaelic magazine published monthly by John Boyd, Antigonish, N.S., 1851-1852. Included are vol. 1, no. 3, March 1851; vol. 1, no. 4, April 1851; vol. 1, no. 5, May 1851; vol. 1, no. 6, June 1851; vol. 1, no. 7, July 1851; vol. 1, no. 8, August 1851; vol. 1, no. 9, September 1851; vol. 1, no. 10, October 1851.
An historical inquiry respecting the performance on the harp in the Highlands of Scotland; from the earliest times, until it was discontinued, about the year 1734...
An historical inquiry respecting the performance on the harp in the Highlands of Scotland; from the earliest times, until it was discontinued, about the year 1734...
An inquiry of the Highland Scottish harp by John Gunn. A first edition, published in Edinburgh by J. Ballantyne for A. Constable, 1807. This is an important early description of the harp and the society in which it was played.

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