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  • Scotchby Robert Bruce Lockhart

    Neil Wilson Publishing 2012; US$ 14.57

    A classic work on Scotch and its origins, Lockhart's book has long been regarded as a whisky classic. Including the foreword written by his late son in 1995, fully updated and revised, this book covers some of the lesser known episodes in the industry's history. In particular the author's family's involvement with Balmenach Distilery on Speyside is... more...

  • Somerledby Kathleen McPhee

    Neil Wilson Publishing 2013; US$ 14.57

    Born c1113 in Morvern, Argyll, Somerled was half-Norse through his mother. His father's lineage was reputedly of royal blood. Forced into exile in Ireland his family convinced the Colla clan to help them reclaim their Argyll lands, but his father was killed in the attempt. Growing up and living as a warrior hermit, Somerled led the inhabitants... more...

  • The Hollow Drumby Arnold Kemp

    Neil Wilson Publishing 2013; US$ 14.57

    ?SINCE THE WAR SCOTLAND HAS been profoundly altered. Its native tradition of entrepreneurial capitalism has disappeared. Its heavy industries have rapidly declined. It has become a branch economy soliciting international investment. Its crowded old cities have spread themselves into the country dormitories. The grip of the Kirk has been much weakened.... more...

  • In The Wake of the Vital Sparkby Stuart Donald

    Neil Wilson Publishing 2013; US$ 14.57

    For generations, Neil Munro's comic creation - the motley crew of the Vital Spark under the command of Para Handy - has enthralled readers as they sailed through the coastal and island waters of the West Coast of Scotland. This book is a nostalgic trip down those same waters at the turn of the century. The ships, the people and the places they frequented... more...

  • Scotlandby Fiona Watson

    The History Press 2013; US$ 14.57

    From the early settlers after the last Ice Age, and the myth and ritual that surrounds that prehistoric period, Fiona Watson charts the evolution of the Scottish people - as Scots, Picts and Angles - and their interaction with the world abroad, from invasions by the Romans and Vikings and teh medieval wars of independence with England right through... more...

  • Lavender Water & Snail Syrupby Nicola Lillie; Marilyn Yurdan; Laura Lillie

    The History Press 2013; US$ 14.57

    Elizabeth Ambler started compiling her household book of cures in the early eighteenth century, including in it treatments which were much older and had been passed down to her. These intriguing remedies include Sir Walter Raleigh's Receipt against Plague, Viper Broth, Snail Milk Water and Tobacco for the Eyes, as well as Ginger Bread and Apricot... more...

  • Crowded with Geniusby James Buchan

    HarperCollins 2009; Not Available

    In the early eighteenth century, Edinburgh was a filthy backwater town synonymous with poverty and disease. Yet by century's end, it had become the marvel of modern Europe, home to the finest minds of the day and their breathtaking innovations in architecture, politics, science, the arts, and economics?all of which continue to echo loudly today. ... more...

  • Early Victorian Britain: 1832?51by J. F. C. Harrison

    HarperCollins Publishers 2012; Not Available

    In this fascinating and well researched work of the history of the heyday of Victorian British society, Harrison seamlessly weaves together the overlapping developments in politics, economy, social and culture. more...

  • Coronation: From the 8th to the 21st Century (Text Only)by Roy Strong

    HarperCollins Publishers 2013; Not Available

    ?What is the finest sight in the world? A Coronation. What do people talk most about? A Coronation. What is delightful to have passed? A Coronation.? Horace Warpole, 1761 more...

  • How the Girl Guides Won the Warby Janie Hampton

    HarperCollins Publishers 2010; Not Available

    A completely original history of one of the most extraordinary movements in the world ? the Girl Guides ? and how they helped win the war. more...