BIBLIOGRAPHY
(for my history of McG of Pennyghael)


I've also read a lot more books on other areas (the Borders, on
Ireland and on Scotland in general).  If you are a serious researcher
of the 'times', contact me and maybe I can recommend a book.  I hope
it goes without saying that you should always acknowledge your
sources; it's just plain honest, and it helps others find books of
interest to them.

Glossary:
EPL= Edinburgh Public Library
GCA= Glasgow City Archives (was Strathclyde) at ML
Kew= PRO= Public Record Office (London)
ML = Mitchell Library, in Glasgow
NLC= National Library of Canada, in Ottawa
NLS= National Library of Scotland, in Edinburgh
OPL= Ottawa Public Library
SRO= Scottish Record Office (Archives), in Edinburgh
WRH= West Registry House, in Edinburgh

1.  Acts of Parliament; General Index. 1875.  SRO
2.  Adams, Frank. Clans, Septs and Regiments of the Scottish
    Highlands. 1965.  NLC
2. Ane account of the depredations committed on the Campbell
    followers in the years 1685/6, with the names of the sufferers.
    Edinburgh. 1816.
3.  Argyll Monuments. (Royal Commission survey of ancient and
    historical points of interest)  SRO
4.  Banks, Mary/MacLeod. British Calender Customs; Scotland.
    vol 2. 1937/41.  NLC
4. Bannerman, John. The Beatons; a medical kindred in the
     classical Gaelic tradition. Edinburgh. 1986.
5.  Barony Church in the Crypt index.  GCA
6.  Baxter, Colin. Mull and Iona.  EPL  (photos)
7.  Beattie, Wm. Scotland Illustrated. 1838.
8.  Bishop, Morris. A Gallery of Eccentrics. NY. 1928.
9.  Black, Geo/F. Surnames of Scotland- their Origin, Meaning and
     History. 1946.  NLC
10. Blaeu's Atlas.  SRO
11. Boorstin, Daniel/J. The Discoverers. NY. 1985.
12. Boswell, James. Boswell's Journal of a Tour to the Hebrides.
     1773.  NLC
13. Bremner, R/L. Notes on the Norsemen in Argyllshire and Clyde.
     Saga Book of the Viking Club, pt 3. 1904. Viking Society.
     Glasgow. 1923.  NLS R.230.d
14. Bremner, R/L. The Norsemen in Argyll. Saga Book of the Viking
      Club, v3. 1901-3.
15. Bremner, R/L. The Norseman in Alban. Glasgow. 1923.
16. Brown, Arch. Memorials of Argyllshire. 5 vols. 1889.
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17. Brown, Callum. The Social History of Religion in Scotland;
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18. Brown, Iain; Witness to Rebellion (John McLean's Diary). 1997.
19. Browne, James LLD. History of Scotland, its Highlands,
     Regiments and the Clans. 8 vols. 1838.  NLS
20. Buchanan, John/Lane. Travels in the Western Hebrides 1782-90.
     1793.
21. Buchanan, Wm. Enquiry into the Genealogy and Present State of
     the Ancient Scottish Surnames. 1723.
     (good description of work, food, etc but no McGilvrays)
22. Budge, Don. Jura, Island of Argyll. 1960.  EPL WXDA 1592
23. Bumstead, J/M. The Scots in Canada. 1938.  OPL 325.241 B941
24. Bumstead, J/M. Short History of Scotland.  OPL
25. Bumstead; J/M. The Peoples Clearances, 1770-1815.
     Univ of Manitoba Press. 1982.  OPL 304.8730411 B941
26. Burke's Landed Gentry. 1882.
27. Burns, Chas. Papal letters to Scotland by Clement vii of
      Avignon; 1378-94. Scottish History Society. Edinburgh. 1976.
28. Campbell, Herbert. Abstracts of the Particular Register of
      Sasines of Argyle, 1617-1780. vol 1, Fol 72. 1933.
      ML; EPL XDA 1556; NLS R.249a
29. Campbell, John/G. Waifs and Strays of Celtic Tradition. 2 vols.
30. Campbell, John/Gregorson. Witchcraft and Second Sight. 1902.
31. Campbell, John/Gregorson. Superstitions of the Highlands and
      Isles of Scotland. Glasgow. 1900.
32. Campbell, John/L and Thomson, D/S. Edward Lhuyd in the
      Scottish Highlands. 1963.
__. The Celtic Monthly Magazine; see MacKay, John
33. The Celtic Way of Life. MacMillan, Dublin, 1976.  NLC; OPL
34. Clan Campbell. 1913.  At Inveraray Castle.  (Abstracts)
35. Clan Donald. v3; the McDonalds of Ardnamurchan.  See Father
      Ewan Macdonald papers, Ont Archives MS444 reel 2
36. Coll Papers; at Breacachadh Castle, Isle of Coll.
37. Cowan, Ian and Shaw, Dunc. The Renaissance and Reformation in
      Scotland.
38. Craven, J/B. Minutes of the Synod of Argyll; 1639/51.
      Scottish History Society. 3rd series v37. Edinburgh. 1943.
      EPL WXBR 5345A   (This source has three numbers which seem
      to be pages in the Synod book?)
39. Craven, J/B. Records of the Diocese of Argyll and the Isles;
     1560-1860. 1907.  EPL XBR 5245A.  Includes 'A list of
      Incumbants at the Time of the 1688 Revolution'.
      (Dunc MacTavish is much better)
40. Creech's Fugitive Pieces.
41. Cregeen, Eric/R. Inhabitants of the Argyll Estate, 1779.
      Scottish Record Society. Skinner and Co. 1963.  Mormon's film
42. Cregeen, Eric/R. Argyll Estate Instructions 1771-1805.
      Scottish History Society. 1964. (maps in end pocket.)
      EPL; NLS; Mormon's film
__. Croy MS; see MacPhail, Rev
43. Dickson, Wm/Kirk. The Jacobite Attempt of 1719.
44. Discover Magazine. July 1997.
45. Dobson, David. Jacobites of the '15.
46. Domhnull Gruanach. The House of Islay. 1950.  (Fair.)
47. Donaldson, Mary. Wanderings in the Western Highlands and Islands
      EPL
48. Donaldson, Mary/E/M. Further Wanderings; mainly in Argyll.
49. Dowden, John. The Bishops of Scotland. 1912.  EPL WXBR 5249
50. Duart Castle Pamphlet.
51. Duncan, A/A/M and Brown, A/L. Argyll and the Isles in the Early
      Middle Ages; in 'Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries
      of Scotland'. 1956.
52. Dunn-Pattison, R/P. The History of the 91st Argyllshire
      Highlanders. 1910.  Guelph Univ
53. Dunvegan Charter Chest has original letter.
54. Durkan, John and Kirk, James. The University of Glasgow; 1451-
      1577. 1977.  EPL and NLS HIST.S 105u
55. Edward Lhynd in the Scottish Highlands; 1699-1700.
56. Exchequer Rolls.  SRO
57. Fairbairn, James. Fairbairn's Crests of the Leading Families
      in Great Britain and Ireland. NY Heraldic Publishers. 1911. OPL
58. Fasti Ecclesiae Scoticanae.
59. Ferguson, Joan. Scottish Family Histories held in Scottish
      Libraries. 1978.  OPL 929.2 F352 Ref and NLC
60. Fergusson, Sir James. Argyll in the Forty-Five. London. 1951.
      Westmount Pub Lib (Montreal) and Metro Toronto Ref Lib
61. Forbes, Bishop Robt. 1770.  EPL WXDA 814.5
62. Fraser, Geo/McDonald. The Steel Bonnets. London. 1971.
63. Fraser-Mackintosh, Chas, of Drummond. The Macgillivrays of
      Dunmaglass. in Transactions of the Gaelic Society of
      Inverness. v20 1894/96 pp.29-46; 'Minor Highland families'
      #8.  NLS under Inverness, town of.
64. Gaskell, Phillip. Morvern Transformed. Cambridge. 1968.
      EPL XDA 1514
65. Gentleman, A. A Tour Through Great Britain. 4th ed. 1748
66. Gillies, H/C. The Place Names of Argyll. 1906.  NLS
67. Glasgow Courier Newspaper.  NLS and ML
68. Gordon, Seton. Highlands of Scotland. 1951.  OPL
69. Gordon, Seton. Highways and Byways in the Western Highlands.
      EPL WXDA 921
70. Gordon, Seton. Afoot in the Hebrides.  EPL
71. Graham, Henry/G. The Social Life of Scotland in the 18 Century
      EPL WXDA 812  (good book)
72. Graham, Ian/C. Colonists from Scotland; Emigration to North
      America; 1707-1783. Cornell Univ. 1956 and 1972.  OPL; NLC
73. Graham, ?. Causes of the Disturbances in the Highlands.
74. Grange, R/M/D. A Short History of Scottish Dress.  OPL
75. Graham, Winston. The Grove of Eagles. 1963.
76. Grant, Francis/J. Commissariote Record of Argyll; Register of
      Testiments, 1674-1800. Scottish Record Society. vol 3. 1902.
      and Mormon's film #844771 item 3 (no McGilvrays, etc)
77. Grant, I/F; Commissariote of Argyll; Register of Inventories;
      1693-1702. Scottish Record Society. v55 or v33. NLS Ref.55c
78. Grant, I/F. Lordship of the Isles.  EPL WXDA 891.1935
79. Grant, Isabell/F. Everyday Life on an Old Highland Farm 1769-
      1782. 1924.
80. Grant, Isobell/F. Highland Folk Ways. 1961.  EPL WXDA 921
81. Grant, Kath/Whyte. Traditions and Stories from Western Argyll.
      1925.  NLS
82. Green, Samuel/G. Scottish Pictures. London. 1886.
83. Gregory, Don. A History of the MacDonalds. (a MS Collection)
      in 'Highland Papers'. Scottish History Society. v1. 1914.
84. Gregory, Don. The History of the Western Highlands and Isles of
      Scotland. 1836. (and 2nd ed. 1881 by John Donald pub, Ed.)
      Concentrates on 1493 (information scarce prior to this)
      until 1625 (lots of other sources available after this)
      (Excellent)
85. Grimble, Ian. Scottish Isles. 1985.
86. Gruline MS.  (any other papers available?)
87. Haldane, A/R/B. The Drove Roads of Scotland.  EPL WXDA877
88. Hancock, P/D. Bibliography of Works Relating to Scotland,
     1916-1950. p.47 Argyllshire.  EPL WXZ 2061
89. Hannan, Thos. The Beautiful Island of Mull. 1933. EPL WXDA1516
90. Hauks, Patrick and Hobbs, Flavia. Dictionary of Names. Oxford.
91. Haws, Chas/H. Scottish Parish Clergy at the Reformation.
      Scottish Record Society. 1972.  NLS Ref.55; and SRO
92. Henderson, Geo. The Norse Influence on Celtic Scotland. 1910.
      EPL
93. Heron, Robt. Scotland Delineated 1799. 1975.
94. Hill, Rev Geo. An Historical Account of the MacDonnells of
      Antrim. Belfast. 1976.  NLS H4.78.429   (Very good book.)
95. Hillson, Norman. Discovering the Historical Highlands. 1959.
      EPL (from MacGregor, A/A. 'Ghost Book')
96. An Historical Atlas of Scotland. 1975.  SRO
97. Historical Tales of the Wars of Scotland. 4 vol's. EPL XDA 767
98. History of St Columba's Church. Glasgow.  GCA (Booklet)
99. The History of the Feuds and Conflicts Among the Clans. Glasgow.
      1818.  EPL XDA 763.  Supposed to include Lindsay's account
      of the navigation of King James around Scotland, with a list
      of the chiefs who surrendered and the harbors; but, I couldn't
      find this list.
100. Hunter, James. The Making of the Crofting Community.
101. Hurwood, Bernhardt/J. Ghosts, Ghouls and Other Horrors;
       The Curse of the Phantom Wedding Guest.
102. Imrie, John. Argyll Justiciary Records. Stair Society. #12 and
       #25.   Or, Argyll and the Island Justiciary Court. 1969.  NLS
       Ref 34d   (The original records have more details.)
103. Innes, Sir Thos. The Tartans of the Clans and Families of
       Scotland. (of Learney, Lord Lyon King of Arms) 4th edition.
       1948.  Mentions the Croy MS.
104. Instructions for the Factor of Mull and Morvern; 1774.
       MS at Inveraray
105. Inveraray Castle Archives.
106. Inverness Field Club. The Middle Ages in the Highlands.
       1981.  SRO
107. Inverness Field Club. The 17th Century in the Highlands.
108. Iona Club. Collectanea de Rebus Albanicis. 1839.
       (see its foot-note to Hugh MacDonald)
109. Irish Tourist Board. Donegal Guide.
110. Johnson, Samuel. A Journey to the Western Islands of Scotland
       Glasgow. 1825.
111. Johnston, T/B and Robertson, J/A. Historical Geography of the
       Clans of Scotland. 1899.
111 Jupp, Clifford/N. The History of Islay from Earliest Times
       to 1848. 1994.
112. Jury Court Trials.  NLS
113. Keltie, John/S. History of the Scottish Highlands, Highland
       Clans and Highland Regiments. 5 vols. 1879.  OPL ref and EPL
114. Kilfinichen Kirk Session. CH2/  SRO
115. Kilninian Kirk Session. CH2/  SRO
116. Knox, John. Tour through the Highlands and Hebrides. 1786.
116. Lamont, W/D. The Early History of Islay. 1970.
117. Lamont Papers; inventory of. (likely at SRO)
118. Lang Syne. The Clans Collection. 1992. (Postcard)
119. Larner, Christina; Lee, Chris/H; and McLachlan, Hugh/V.
       Source Book of Scottish Witchcraft. 1977.  SRO
___. Learney; see Innes; and see Adams
120. Leisure Home Magazine. Scotch Judges in Old Times.
       Sept 1, 1869
121. Lordship of the Isles Exchequer Rolls.  SRO
122. MacBain, Alex. Place Names, Highlands and Isles of Scotland.
       1922.  NLS
123. Macbain, Dr Alex. The Highlanders of Scotland. 1902.
___. MacBain, Alex; see Nova Scotia Archives
124. MacCormick, John. The Island of Mull; its History, Scenes and
       Legends. Glasgow. 1923.  EPL XDA1516     (has McGilvray
       legends but nothing on our Pennyghael/Carsaig connection)
125. MacCormick, ?. MacCormick's Highlands. 1824.  (3)pp.40-78.
       (Good, concise historical details; c1000 on.)
126. MacCulloch, ?. A Description of the Western Isles of Scotland
127. MacCullock, John. Highlands and Western Isles of Scotland.
       4 vols.1824.  EPL XDA 921
128. McCusk, John. How Much is that in Real Money. for the
       American Antiquarian Society, Worchester, Mass. 1992.
129. MacDonald, Colin/M; History of Argyll Up to the Beginning of
       the 16th Century. 1950.  EPL XDA1502  (Good)
130. MacDonald, James. General View of the Agriculture of the
       Hebrides. 1811.
131. McFarlane's Genealogical Collections. Scottish History
       Society. vol 1 p.4, The Mackintoches and The Clan McGillivray
131. MacGillivray, Angus. Our Gaelic Proverbs. Glasgow. 1928.
132. MacGillivray, Robt and Geo. A History of the Clan MacGillivray.
       1973.  NLC CS 479 M3 1973 fol
133. MacGillivray, Robt.  ML  (Short booklet.)
133. McGilvray, Roy. McGilvray, McGillivray, McIlvra; a basic
       finding aid to pre-1875 clan members in Scotland, England,
       Canada, the USA, and Australia. 1996.
134. MacGregor, Alex. Highland Superstitions.  EPL WXGR 145H
135. McIan, ?. Costumes of the Clans.  NLS ref
136. McIan, R/R and Logan, J. The Clans of the Scottish Highlands.
       1845.
137. MacInnes, Hamish. West Highland Walks: One.  OPL
138. Mackintosh, Chas/Fraser. Antiquarian Notes. v.1.
139. MacKay, David/N. Home Life of the Highlanders, 1400-1746.
       in 'Articles for the Highland Village Association Ltd'.
       1911.  SRO T90.04
140. MacKay, John. Celtic Monthly Magazine. 10 Bute Mansions,
       Hillhead, Glasgow.  NLS U-416.  (Many good stories.)
141. Mackechnie, J. Dewar Manuscript. (has old McGilvray legends)
       NLS ref
142. McKechnie, J. The Clan MacLean.  EPL XDA758.3 ML43
143. MacKenzie, Agnes/Mure. Scottish Pagent. Edinburgh. 1950.
144. McKenzie, Arch. History of Christmas Island. Nova Scotia.
       1984.
145. McKenzie, A and W. History of the McDonalds and Lords of the
       Isles.
146. MacKenzie, Rev J. The History of Scotland. 1907.  Good book
147. MacKenzie, W/C. The Highlands and Isles of Scotland.
       EPL WXDA921
148. McKenzie, Wm/Cook. The Western Isles. 1932.  EPL XDA 891
149. McKenzie, Wm/Cook. A Short History of the Scottish Highlands
       and Islands. 1906.  EPL XDA921
150, McKerral, A. Kintyre in the 17th Century. 1948. EPL WXDA 1586
151. Macketchnie, J. The Clan Maclean.  EPL XDA 758.3 ML43
152. MacKintosh, A/M. Scottish Notes and Queries.
153. MacLean, Fitzroy. A Concise History of Scotland. 1970.  OPL
154. MacLean, J/P. History of the Clan MacLean. Franklin, Ohio.
       2 vols. 1889 and 1911.  NLS  (Current edition 85.)
155. MacLean, J/P. History of the Isle of Mull. 2 vols. 1923/5.
       NLC DA 880 H4 M33; and EPL.  (Current edition 95.)
       (Excellent but not much for McGilvrays; some errors.)
156. MacLean, Jim. Genealogy of Maclaine of Lochbuie. MS
157. MacLean, Lauchlan. of Knock, Mull. Conversation with.
158. Maclean-Bristol, Nicholas. Warriors and Priests. 1995.
159. Maclean-Bristol, Nicholas. The Macleans from 1560-1707; a
       Reappraisal. Inverness Field Club. 1986.  pp70-89
160. Maclean-Bristol, Nicholas. Hebridean Decade; Mull, Coll and
       Tiree; 1761-1771. 1982.  (Booklet)
161. Maclean-Bristol, Nicholas. West Highland Notes and Queries.
       Magazine published by 'The Society of West Highland and
       Island Historical Research'.
162. MacLean-Sinclair, Rev Alex. The McGilvrays of Mull. in the
       'Celtic Monthly Magazine'. v14 (June 1906) pp.196-8.
       NLS U-416.   He was from Nova Scotia (1840-1924) and his
       papers are at the NS Archives (see below). (But, he doesn't
       seem to have received replies to his McGilvray query.)
       He also wrote 'The Clan Gillean' in this magazine (1899).
163. McLeay, Alison. Tobermory Treasure. 1986.
164. MacLeod, Rev Canon. The Island Clans During Six Centuries.
       EPL XDA 758.3
165. MacLeod, Rev Norman. Reminiscences of a Highland Parish. 1863
       EPL XPR 4971 m65
166. MacLeod, Norman. Notes on Brolas, Isle of Mull. unpublished
       MS from Sheila Owen in Toronto; Pennycross descendant.
167. MacNab, P/A. The Island of Mull. 1970.  EPL
168. MacNab, P/A. Highways and Byways in Mull.  EPL
169. MacPhail, Rev. Croy MS.  (Good, detailed; info from a writer
       who d.1608 at Boleskine, Inverness.)
170. MacPhail, Rev J/W. Handbook to the Islands of Mull and Iona.
       1939.
171. MacPhail, James/R/N. General History of Duart. in 'Highland
       Papers'. Scottish History Society. vols 4, 5 and 12. 1914.
       and 2nd series v1 p.241-337.  NLS and EPL WXDA755
172. MacQuarrie, Alan. The Crusades and the Scottish Gailhealtochd.
       in Inverness Field Club 'The Middle Ages in the Highlands'.
       1981.
173. MacTavish, Dunc/C. Minutes of the Synod of Argyll 1652-1661.
       Scottish History Society v38. Edinburgh. 1944. EPL WXBR
       5345a
174. MacTavish, Dunc/C. The Commons of Argyll.
175. MacVeigh, James. The Scottish Family History. 1891.  EPL
176. Macvurich (translated); in ?
177. Martin Martin. Western Isles Travel. 1695. with 'Genealogy
       of Chief Clans' by Sir Don Monro.
178. Matheson, Cyril. Scottish Historical Clubs. 1908-1927.
       (Catalogue of articles.)
179. Millett, Stephen/M. Get along ye Bonnie Dogies. 1988. (Good)
180. Millett, Stephen/M. Heirs of Somerled. 1990.
       (Good but too much detail for my needs.)
181. Moncreiffe and Hicks, David. The Highland Clans. 1967.  NLC
182. Monro, Don. Western Isles of Scotland and Genealogies of the
       Clans. Edinburgh. 1961.  NLS DA 880 H4 M63
182. Morrison, A/G. (of Merseyside, Eng.) List of misc sasines.
183. Munro, Jean and R/W. Acts of the Lords of the Isles, 1336-1493.
       Scottish History Society. vol 22, 4th series. 1986.
184. Munro, R/W. Munro's Western Isles of Scotland and Genealogy of
       the Clans. 1961.  EPL WXDA 891; NLC  DA 880 H4 M63
       (good bibliography)
185. Munro, R/W. Kinsmen and Clansmen. Ldn. 1971. NLC
186. Munro, R/W. Scotland, Land of Kin and Clan. 1980.
187. Murray, Sarah. The Beauties of Scotland. Hawick. 1982.
188. Murray, Walt/H. The Hebrides. 1966.  NLC DA 880 H4 M93
189. Neilson, Geo and Paton, Henry. Acts of the Lords of Council in
       Civil Cases; 1496-1501. 1918.
190. New Horizons. The Celts, First Masters of Europe. 1995.
191. New Statistical Account. 1840's.  NLS
192. Norie, ?. The Life and Adventures of Prince Chas/Ed Stuart.
193. Nova Scotia Archives.
       a) MG9 544
       b) MG9 542 MacLean-Sinclair papers by Alex MacBain p.302
194. Origines Parochiales Scotiae.
195. Particular Register of Inhibitions.  SRO
196. Pennant, Thos. Tour in Scotland and Voyage to the Hebrides.1772
197. Pennycross Papers; split between
       a) Nicholas MacLean-Bristol in Coll
       b) Rev Allan McLean in Oban
       c) Mrs Alistair MacLean in Ed. and Lochbuie schoolhouse
198. Pine, L/G. The Highland Clans, Their Origins and History. 1972.
199. Pococke's Tours in Scotland. in Scottish History Society.
       series 1, v1
199. Prayer Book. 1662.
200. Prebble, John. The Highland Clearances. 1963.
201. Prebble, John. Mutiny: Highland Regiments in Revolt; 1743-
       1804. London. 1975.  OPL
202. Pryde, Geo/S. Scotland from 1603 to the Present Day. 1962.
203. Rackman, Oliver. The History of the Countryside.
204. Rae, Rev Peter. History of the (1715) Rebellion. 1746.
205. Reader's Digest. Folklore, Myths and Legends of Britain.
206. Reeves, Wm. Life of St Columba; by Adamnan. 1875.
207. Register of the Great Seal of Scotland. (1424-1513).  SRO
208. Register of the Privy Council.  NLS and SRO
209. Remarks on the Estate of Mull and Morvern, 1771.
       MS at Inveraray
210. Ritchie, Jim/N/Graham. Argyll and the Western Isles.
211. Sasines, General Register of.  SRO  (Argyllshire)
212. Scots Magazine (begins 1739).
213. Scottish History Society. MacFarlanes Genealogical
       Collections. vol 1 #33 p.165. (MacGillivrays of Dunmaglass)
214. Scottish Historical Review #24. The West Highlanders in Peace
       and War.
___. Scottish Notes and Queries; see MacKintosh
215. Sennachie, A. History and Genealogy of Clan Maclean.
       Smith Elder. 1838.  NLS  (or Seneachie)
216. Service of Heirs.  SRO
217. Seton, Bruce/G. The Prisoners of the '45. Scottish History
       Society.
218. Shaw, Francis/J. The Northern and Western Islands of Scotland.
       1980.
219. Sheriff Court Books of Argyll.  SRO; NLS ref
220. Simpson, Grant/G. Scottish Handwritting; 1150-1650. 1973.
221. Sinclair, Sir John. Analysis of the (Old) Statistical Account
       (Done 1792). 1840.  NLC
222. Sinclair, Cecil. Tracing Your Scottish Ancestors. 1991.
223. Skene, Wm/Forbes. The Highlanders of Scotland. London. 1837
       EPL XDA921  (Good book but inaccurate at times.)
224. Skene, Wm/F. Celtic Scotland. 1887.
225. Smith, G/Gregory. The Book of Islay.  EPL XDA 1594; SRO ref
226. Smith, J. General View of the Agriculture of the County of
       Argyll. 1805.
227. Smout, T/C. A History of the Scottish People; 1560-1830. Ldn.
       1969.
228. Smyth, Alfred/P. Warlords and Holy Men. Edinburgh. 1984.
___. Society of West Highlands and Island Research; see Maclean-
       Bristol.
229, Society for the Support of Gaelic Schools. Annual Report. NLS
230. State Paper Office.  SRO
___. Statistical (Old) Account of Scotland; see 221
231. Statistics Canada. Ottawa
232. Steiner, Harold and Doris. The MacGillivray's of Skye. 1985.
233. Stevenson, R/L. Kidnapped.
234. Stewart, A. History of the Stewarts.
235. Stewart, W/P. Eagle Feathers in the Dust. 1979.  NLC
236. Storie, Margt. Islay - Biography of an Island. 1981.
237. Glasgow City Archives. was Strathclyde Regional Archives; ML
238. Terry, Chas/Sanford. Scottish Historical Clubs; 1780-1908.
       Catalogue of articles.
239. Thomson, Kath. Memoirs of the Jacobites of 1715 and 1745.
       1845/6.  NLC DA 814 A1 T4 V2
240. Tierney, Brian. The Middle Ages. vol 1 p.39.
241. Timperley, Loretta. Directory of Land Ownership in Scotland
       c1770. Scottish Record Society. 1976.  NLS
242. Tranter, Nigel. Lord of the Isles. 1983.
243. Tranter, Nigel. Argyll and Bute.  EPL WXDA 1502; OPL
244. Turner, Norah and Finlay, A. The Island of Mull.  EPL
245. Turner, Sir James. Memoirs of His Life and Times. 1829.
       EPL XDA 803.7 T9
246. Walker, Rev John. An Economic History of the Hebrides and
       Highlands of Scotland, 1760-1786. 1808.  EPL XS459
247. Waters, Marjory/McGillivray. Ne'er Forgot Shall Be; a
       Genealogy of Clan MacGillivray of Glenelg, Skye; 1761-1979.
       Amundeson Pub, Decorah, Iowa. 1980.   NLS and Metro Toronto
       Ref Lib; EPL and OPL 929.20971 m145w
248. Withers, Chas/W. Gaelic Scotland.
249. WRH. Red index cards; Unextracted Processes CS 237 Mc5/54
250. Zimmer, ?. Gott, Gelehr, Anzeig. 1891. (A review of Moore's
       Manx Surnames.)