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1 BUCHAN, James Walter (ed.). History of Peeblesshire. In Three Volumes
Jackson, Wylie and Co., Glasgow, 1925, 
BUCHAN, James Walter (ed.). A History of Peeblesshire. [In Three Volumes]. Glasgow : Jackson, Wylie and Co., Publishers to the University, 1925-1927. Pp [i]-xii,[1]-498,(2),+ 16 paltes + 2 folding maps (1 coloured); [i]-xv,(1),[1]-555,(1),+ 55 plates (7 folding) + 10 folding leaves of pedigrees + 4 folding maps; [i]-xix,(1),[1]-721,(1),+ 44 plates + 24 folding leaves of pedigrees + 8 folding maps. Text Illustrations. Index. 8vo, burgundy cloth, gilt lettering to spine. Contents : Vol. I : 1. Prehistoric and Roman Periods (by Thomas Hastie Bryce). 2. Historical Outline of the Enf of the Eighteenth Century (by Robert Sangster). 3. The County in the Nineteenth Century (by James R. Marshall). 4. The County in the Great War (by James D. Munro). 5. The Literature of the County (by Lt.-Col. John Buchan). 6. The Woollen Industry of Peeblesshire (by M.G. Thorburn of Glenormiston). 7. Architecturein the County (by B.N.H. Orphoot). 8. The Agriculture of Peeblesshire (by H.M. Conacher). 9. Geology (by Robert Eckford). 10. Botany (by Lt.-Col. F.R.S. Balfour of Dawyck). 11. Fauna (by W.T. Blackwood). Vol. II : 1. Peebles: Early History (by James Walter Buchan). 2. Peebles: 1600 to 1700 (by James Walter Buchan). 3. Peebles: 1700 to 1800 (by James Walter Buchan). 4. Peebles: 1800 to 1900 (by James Walter Buchan). 5. Peebles: Early Manners and Customs (by James Walter Buchan). 6. Peebles: The Burgh Possessions (by James Walter Buchan). 7, The Parish of Peebles (by James Walter Buchan). 8. The Parish of Innerleithen (by Robert mathieson). 9. The Parish of Eddleston (by Rev. G. Lindsay Leslie). 10. The Parish of Traquair (by A. Francis Steuart). Vol. III : 1. The Parish of Newlands (by Rev. Henry Paton). 2. The Parish of West Linton (by James Walter Buchan). 3. The Parish of Kirkurd (by Rev. T.D. Miller and James Walter Buchan). 4. The Parish of Skirling (by James Walter Buchan and Clement Bryce Gunn). 5. The Parish of Broughton, Glenholm and Kilbucho (by Rev. Henry Paton and James Walter Buchan). 6. The Parish of Tweedsmuir (by Mrs. John Land and James Walter Buchan). 7. The Parish of Drumelzier (by Rev. N.M. Kesting). 8. The Parish of Stobo (by Rev. J.R. Cruickskank). 9. The Parish of Lyne and Megget (by Rev. Moses Taggart andthe Editors). 10. The Parish of Manor (by the Editors with the assistance of Rev. J.W. Murray). ADDITIONAL SHIPPING WILL BE REQUIRED DUE TO ITS WEIGHT. Light waterstaining to corners and fore-edge of Vol. I, front inner hinges of Volumes II and II are cracked, light wear to edges and corners bumped, bubbling to inside covers, penned name to each volume, else good to very good. The 3-volume set for 385.00

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