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Scott, Walter, 1771-1832. The provincial antiquities and picturesque scenery of Scotland :
Scott, Walter, 1771–1832
The provincial antiquities and picturesque scenery of Scotland
1826
Stevens, Henry John. Scott & Scotland :
Stevens, Henry John
Scott & Scotland
[1845?]
Morton, James, 1783-1865. The monastic annals of Teviotdale, or, The history and antiquities of the abbeys of Jedburgh, Kelso, Melrose, and Dryburgh /
Morton, James, 1783–1865
The monastic annals of Teviotdale, or, The history and antiquities of the abbeys of Jedburgh, Kelso, Melrose, and Dryburgh
1832
Stuart, Robert, 1812-1848. Caledonia romana :
Stuart, Robert, 1812–1848
Caledonia romana
Campbell, Alexander, 1764-1824. A journey from Edinburgh through parts of North Britain :
Campbell, Alexander, 1764–1824
A journey from Edinburgh through parts of North Britain
1802
Marshall, William, 1807-1880. Historic scenes in Perthshire.
Marshall, William, 1807–1880
Historic scenes in Perthshire
1879
Skinner, Basil C. Scottish history in perspective:
Skinner, Basil C
Scottish history in perspective
Stevenson, Sara, author. Scottish photography :
Stevenson, Sara
Scottish photography
2015
Maclean, Fitzroy, 1911-1996. A concise history of Scotland /
Maclean, Fitzroy, 1911–1996
A concise history of Scotland
1983, c1970
Wallace, H. Frank (Harold Frank), 1881- A Stuart sketch book, 1542-1746,
Wallace, H. Frank (Harold Frank), 1881–
A Stuart sketch book, 1542-1746,
[1933]
Cocker, W. D. (William Dixon) Loch Lomond, the Trossachs and Loch Katrine, with 8 plates in colourfrom paintings by W. Douglas Macleod.
Cocker, W. D. (William Dixon)
Loch Lomond, the Trossachs and Loch Katrine, with 8 plates in colourfrom paintings by W. Douglas Macleod
c1951
Marwick, James D. (James David), Sir, 1826-1908. The river Clyde and the Clyde burghs:
Marwick, James D. (James David), Sir, 1826–1908
The river Clyde and the Clyde burghs
1909
Sitwell, Sacheverell, 1897-1988. Edinburgh (Scotland)
Sitwell, Sacheverell, 1897–1988
Edinburgh (Scotland)
1948