Story of Edinburgh. Dent Medieval / Mediaeval Towns Series


SMEATON, Oliphant. The Story of Edinburgh. Dent Medieval / Mediaeval Towns Series. Illustrated by Herbert Railton and J. Ayton Symington. London: J.M.Dent & Co., 1905. First Edition. Pp. (4),v-xii,1-[427],(1), frontispiece, 1 folding map at rear, including numerous illustrations to text. Small 8vo,pale blue cloth with elaborate gilt decoration and lettering to front and spine, top edge gilt. A volume in the Dent Medieval / Mediaeval Towns Series. Contents: 1. "Queen of the North"; 2. Edinburgh under the Stuarts to theend of the Reign of James II; 3. In the Reign of James II; 4. In the Reign of James III; 5. In the Reign of James IV; 6. In the Reign of James V; 7. In the Reign of Mary; 8. In the Reign of James VI; 9. From the Union of theCrowns to the Union of the Kingdoms, 1603-1707; 10. From the Union of the Kingdoms to the Rebellion of 1745; 11. From the Rebellion to the Present Time; 12. Edinburgh Castle; 13. The Castlehill and the Lawnmarket; 14. The Parliament Square and St. Giles' Church; 15. From St. Chiles' to the Tron Church; 16. From the Tron Church to St. Mary Street; 17. The Canongate: from St. Mary's Wynd to the Girth Strand; 18. The Abbey and Palace of Holyrood; 19. The Cowgate, Grassmarket, Portsburgh, King's Stables; 20. Princes Streetand the Older Parts of the New Town; 21. The Older Parts of the New Town; 22. Modern Parts of the New Town; 23. From the Post Office by Geroge IV Bridge to Tollcross; 24. The Southern Suburbs; 25. The Northern Environs; 26. The Southern Environs; 227. The Academic and Literary Associations of Edinburgh. Spine browned, light nicking to fore-margin of folding map, else verygood. 40.00

Title: Story of Edinburgh. Dent Medieval / Mediaeval Towns Series

Author Name: SMEATON, Oliphant Dent Medieval / Mediaeval Towns Series RAILTON, Herbert SYMINGTON, J. Ayton

Categories: 888,

Publisher: J.M. Dent & Co., London, 1905,:

Seller ID: 99334

Keywords: SCOTLAND SCOTTISH HISTORY MEDIEVAL MEDIAEVAL EDINBURGH URBAN STUDIES CITIES TOWNS,