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Our Gaelic Proverbs
A Mirror of the Past by Angus MacGillivray, C.M., M.D., D Sc., F.R.S.E., FSA Scot. (1928) (pdf)

Dr Roger McNeill and public health in the Highlands and Islands of Scotland
By J W Sheets, Professor Emeritus of Anthropology, University of Central Missouri, Warrensburg, Missouri, USA

Highlands and Islands Medical Service Committee Report
To the Lords Commissioners of His Majesty’s Treasury (c1910) (pdf)

The Settlement of Penang
By James Scott

A Scotsman’s journey from Longformacus to Penang
By Thrifty Traveller

Beth's Newfangled Family Tree
Got in the December 2021 section 1.

Rev. James Aberigh Mackay
Vicar of St. George's Church, Penang, Malaysia between 1859-1868

Added our Weekly Newsletter for 26th November 2021 which you can read as a pdf file or in our Community

Beth's Video Talks
November 24th 2021 - Naming Patterns

The Kama Sutra of Vatsyayana
Translated from the Sanscrit by The Hindoo Kama Shastra Society complete in seven parts with Preface, Introduction, and Concluding Remarks. The Kama Sutra of Vatsyayana, which might otherwise be called a treatise on men and women, their mutual relationship, and connection with each other. It is a work that should be studied by all, both old and young; the former will find in it real truths, gathered by experience, and already tested by themselves, while the latter will derive the great advantage of learning things, which some perhaps may otherwise never learn at all, or which they may only learn when it is too late to profit by the learning. (pdf)

Dress the Chief
The Internet archive has added our game to their archive.

Loyal Lochaber
By Mr. Drummond-Norie (1898) (pdf)

Glasgow Today
In 1909 (pdf)

Travels in the Interior of America in the years 1809, 1810 and 1811
Including a Description of upper Louisiana, together with the States of Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana and Tennessee with the Illinois and Western Territories and containing Remarks and Observations useful to persons emigrating to those Countries by Bradbury, John (1817) (pdf)

The Scottish Pulpit
From the Reformation to the Present Day by William M. Taylor, D.D., LL.D. (1887) (pdf)

Added our Weekly Newsletter for 19th November 2021 which you can read as a pdf file or in our Community

A Short History of the Scottish Highlands And Isles
By W. C. MacKenzie FSA Scot (Third Edition) (1908) (pdf)

Memoirs of Major Robert Stobo of the Virginia regiment
By Robert Stobo and Neville Craig (1854) (pdf)

Beth's Video Talks
November 17th 2021 - Human Mysteries and Drambuie Recipe

A General View of the Coal Trade of Scotland
Chiefly that of the River Forth and Mid-Lothian to which is added an Inquiry into the condition of the Women who carried coals under ground in Scotland know by the name of Bearers with an appendix in which a review of the trade is taken to the present period since the treatise was first published in 1808; and a statement given of the steps lately taken by Government, with the view of placing the coal trade under an excise in the effects if which are fully considered by Robert Bald, Alloa, Civil Engineer and Mineral Surveyor; Member of the Wernerian Natural History Society of Edinburgh and Honorary Member of the Geological Society of London. (1812) (pdf)

Beth's Newfangled Family Tree
Got in the December 2021 section 2 issue.

The statutes of Iona: text and context
By MacGregor (2006) (pdf)

Clan Henderson Newsletter
Go in their December 2021 newsletter

Southern Presbyterian Leaders
By Henry Alexander White, A.M., PH.D., D.D., LL.D. (1911) (pdf)

Added our Weekly Newsletter for 12th November 2021 which you can read as a pdf file or in our Community

Beth's Video Talks
November 10th 2021 - Illegitimate ancestors

A Legend of Glencoe: And Other Poems
by John Anderson (1857) (pdf)

The Scottish Society of Louisville
Got in their November 2021 newsletter

Sprigs of Heather
The Rambles of 'May-Fly' with Old Friends by Rev. John Anderson, D.D., Minister of Kinnoull (1884) (pdf)

Simple Truth
Spoken to Working People by Norman MacLeod (1867) (pdf)

A Contract of Mutual Friendship in the ’45
Between the Earl of Sutherland and the Lord Reay

Banff and MacDuff History
By Stanley Bruce. A new section created for Stan as he's just launched his new book Banff & MacDuff Lifeboat, The Early Years 1860 TO 1877 by Stan Brice (2021) (pdf) and he's intending to add additional material in the weeks ahead.

Hylton Newsletter
Got in their November 2021 newsletter

COSCA Newsletter - The Claymore
Got in a copy of their October 2021 issue and also the Past January 2021 issue.

A Century of Artists
A Memorial of The Glasgow International Exhibition 1888

Added our Weekly Newsletter for 5th November 2021 which you can read as a pdf file or in our Community

Scottish Society of Indianapolis
Got in their November 2021 newsletter

Clan MacDuffee
Got in their Fall 2021 newsletter

Beth's Video Talks
November 3rd 2021 - Black Sheep in Genealogy and How Many Feet Mean What?

Scottish National Memorials
A Record of the Historical and Archaeological Collection in the Bishops Castle, Glasgow, 1888 Edited by James Paton.

The Rutland Magazine and County Historical Record
Edited by G. Phillips. Added the first 3 volumes for you to read.

Who put the lights out?
How an independent Scotland's electricity demand could be met with no National Gird agreement or connection  (2nd November 2021) (pdf)

Our Trip North
By R. Menzies Fergusson, M.A. (1892) (pdf)

Plans for beautifying New York and for enlarging and improving the city of Boston
Being studies to illustrate the science of city building By Robert Gourlay (1844) (pdf)

Logie o’ Buchan
An Aberdeenshire Pastoral of Last Century by Gavin Greig, M.A. (1899) (pdf)


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