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Camadh 'sa Chrannchur [Crook in the Lot]; Caismeachd do dh'Albainn. Roimh-Radh agus da Shearmon Etc [Peden]

By: Boston, Thomas; Peden, Alexander

Price: £4.75

Publisher: Inverness, James Smith: 1837

Seller ID: 421798

Condition: Poor


. 199 + 61 pages. Pages 53, 54 (last page of letter and first lines of Peden's memoir) are missing. The last couple of pages of the memoir are missing or glued to the back cover. Heavy foxing/staining, mainly to borders of pages, shaken/tatty. View more info

Leabhar Na H-Urnuigh Choitchionn

By: Common Prayer, Scottish Gaelic

Price: £45.00

Publisher: Glasgow, A Sinclair, Celtic Press: 1895

Seller ID: 421987

Condition: Average


. xxi + 587 + 30 pages, some wear and tear to extremities of binding. Official Scottish Episcopal Edition of the Book of Common Prayer translated into Scottish Gaelic and revised by a committee started by the Scottish Bishops in 1890. Scarce. View more info

Searmoin Ghaidhlig leis an Urr Gilleasbuig Maccuaig a bha an Deimhidh (Gaelic Sermons)

By: Cook, Archibald (MacCuaig, Gilleasbuig); Mackay, John R (editor)

Price: £10.00

Publisher: Glasgow, Alasdair MacLabhruinn 's a Mhic: 1946

Edition: Second Edition

Seller ID: 422367

Condition: Average


. 352 pages, 24 sermons in Scottish Gaelic. View more info

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Eachdraidh nan Urramach ann an Alba, an Aimsiribh na Geur-leanmhuinn

By: Howie, John

Price: £55.00

Publisher: London, William MacKenzie: 1875

Seller ID: 010171

Condition: Average Minus


. 532 pages. Scottish Gaelic edition of the Scots Worthies. Leather spine torn and partially detached from front cover. Inscribed "To John Macleod from Ina Macmillan" and "To Mr & Mrs John Morrison and John Morrison Junr from John Macleod, and it is my wish that this book will not be given away to anyone, as it was of sentimental value to the Macmillans & Macleod while in their possession. J McL. 22nd March 1954". View more info

Sketches of Some of the Men of Sutherland

By: MacDonald, George (Lairg)

Price: £25.00

Publisher: Inverness, Northern Chronicle: 1937

Seller ID: 493228

Condition: Average


. viii + 160 pages, large print, some neat pencil underlining and marginal annotation. Biographies of 4 ministers: John and Thomas MacKay of Lairg, Alex MacLeod of Rogart, John Macdonald of Helmsdale, Dr Aird of Creich, plus 21 godly men (largely elders and catechists) and 2 godly women, together with a 3½ page Gaelic chapter (about "Mr Self"). Preface by Principal John MacLeod of the Free Church College (author of Scottish Theology). View more info

Glasgow's Gaelic Churches: Highland Religion in an Urban Setting

By: MacDonald, Ian R

Price: £3.75

Publisher: Edinburgh, Knox Press: 1995

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 423668

ISBN: 0904422666

Condition: Good Plus


. 105 pages. View more info

An English-Gaelic Dictionary

By: MacKenzie, John

Price: £4.75

Publisher: Glasgow, Alex MacLaren & Sons: 1943

Seller ID: 421981

Condition: Average


. Being Part Second to MacAlpine's Pronouncing Gaelic-English Dictionary. Author also wrote "The Beauties of Gaelic Poetry". 549 pages. View more info

Rosg Gaidhlig: Specimens of Gaelic Prose ... For Use in Schools and Gaelic Classes

By: Watson, William J (editor)

Price: £10.00

Publisher: Glasgow, An Comunn Gaidhealach: 1929

Edition: Second Edition

Seller ID: 200119

Condition: Good


. x + 295 pages, edges and endpapers foxed.. Selections from modern Scottish Gaelic (1700-1900); Early Modern Gaelic (1500-1700); and Middle Gaelic (1000-1500), including a picture of two pages from the Book of Deer. Length section of explanatory notes to the whole book. View more info

The Principles and Duties of Christianity; Plus: Plain and Short Directions and Prayers

By: Wilson, Thomas

Price: £14.50

Publisher: Menston, Scolar Press: 1972

Seller ID: 423460

ISBN: 0854176535

Condition: Average


. 136 + 32 pages, endpapers and edges foxed (especially top edges); facsimile reprint of books printed by Benjamin Motte in 1707. In both Manx (a form of Gaelic) and English, "a further instruction for such as have learned the Church Catechism"; also a short book of directions and prayers for particular persons; for families; for the Lord's Day; for the Lord's Supper; for the Time of Sickness. View more info