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To the Old and the New Scotland.  First Edition in dustjacket,  double-signed, MacDONALD, M. Elizabeth, (ed.) MacDONALD, F.B., Dr MacLENNAN, Hugh MacEACHEN, Allan J.
Author Name:    MacDONALD, M. Elizabeth, (ed.) MacDONALD, F.B., Dr MacLENNAN, Hugh MacEACHEN, Allan J.

Title:   To the Old and the New Scotland. First Edition in dustjacket, double-signed

Publisher:    City Printers Limited, 1981, 1981

Seller ID:   82764

MacDONALD, M. Elizabeth, (ed.). To the Old and the New Scotland. Edited by M. Elizabeth MacDonald. Supporting Script by Dr. F.B. MacDonald. [Sydney, Nova Scotia] : (City Printers Ltd, 1981). First Edition. Pp [i]-xi,(1),1-146 + 19 colour photos. 8vo, brown cloth, gilt lettering to front and spine.

A collection of the speeches presented at the St.Andrew's Day Dinners of the Cape Breton Highland Society.

An untitled speech by Stephen Joseph MacKinnon (born in Beaver Cove, CBRM, Cape Breton, this speech given November 30,1969);

an untitled speech by the Right Hon. the Earl of Elgin and Kincardine, Broomhall, Dunfermline (this speech given November 30,1970);

an untitled speech by the Rt.Rev Malcolm A. MacLellan (born in Glenville, Inverness County, President of Saint Francis Xavier University; this speech given November 30, 1968);

"The Blood is Strong" by Dr. Murray Ross, (born in Sydney, Cape Breton, this speech given November 30, 1967);

an untitled speech by the Very Rev. Charles MacKinnon Nicholson (born in Dominion, Cape Breton, this speech given November 30, 1971).

an untitled speech by Hugh MacLennan (born John Hugh MacLennan, March 20, 1907 in Glace Bay, Nova Scotia, this speech given November 30, 1970);

an untitled speech by the Lt.Governor of Ontario, John Keiller MacKay (born July 11, 1888 in Plainfield, Pictou County, Nova Scotia, this speech given November 30, 1964);

an untitled speech by Dr. H.M. MacDonald (this speech given November 30, 1960);

an untitled speech by the Lt.Governor of Nova Scotia, H.P. MacKeen (born Henry Poole MacKeen, June 17, 1892 Glace Bay, Nova Scotia, this speech given November 30, 1963);

by Allan J. MacEachen (born Allan Joseph MacEachen, July 6, 1921 in Inverness, Nova Scotia; this speech given November 30, 1968).

Other material as well from the "Supporting Script by Dr. F.B. MacDonald" includes
"The Second Line at Culloden, "
"The Highland Regiments,"
"The Highland Heritage,"
"The New Scotland, " "The Highlands," and
"An Fuadach Nan Gaidheal."

Vg in dj. Signed and inscribed by both MacDonalds on the ffep. 30.00


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