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Ghosts Of Rosevear
- Paperback - Brown, Son & Ferguson
The Nancy with a crew of 36, and 12 passengers left India in December 1783. The ship was to witness a serious mutiny at Jamestown, St Helena before being wrecked off osevear, Isles of Scilly during a ferocious storm on the 25th February 1784. This is the story of the ship.
Great Balls Of Fire: A Year Of Scottish Festivals
- Paperback - Birlinn
Old habits die hard in Scotland. During the calendar year, in all corners of the country from Shetland to the Borders, communities are getting up to all sorts of capers in the name of tradition. Gary Sutherland's brave year of living ceremoniously results in this custom-made guide to Scotland.
Greyfriars Bobby A-Z: In Fact And Fiction
- Paperback - George Robinson
This text presents everything the reader needs to know about Greyfriars Bobby.
- Hardback - Frances Lincoln
A visual celebration of Glasgow, with an elegant and informed text which illuminates this fertile, complicated and much loved city.
Glasgow & The West Coast Of Scotland
- Paperback - Crimson
Glasgow and the west coast of Scotland is one of the most beautiful places in Britain. Whilst the city boasts fine restaurants, hotels and galleries, the surrounding area features breathtaking scenery. This guide helps readers to make the most of their holiday on the west coast of Scotland.
The Garden Cottage Diaries: My Year In The Eighteenth Century
- Hardback - Saraband
For a full year, Fiona Houston recreated the lifestyle of her Peebleshire ancestor, living in a basic one-roomed cottage on her own resources, as a challenge to compare it with today's diet and lifestyle. Find out in this fascinating, funny and honest account how she donned historic dress and lived on a shoestring.
A Grim Almanac Of Edinburgh And The Lothians
- Paperback - History
Alan Sharp discusses murder, dark deeds and macabre events from the darker side of Edinburgh's past.
George Wade, 1673-1748
- Hardback - Arthur H. Stockwell
A biography of Field Marshal George Wade, best remembered for his role in disarming and pacifying the clans after the Jacobite Rising of 1715, and for the network of roads and bridges he built in the Scottish Highlands.
Glencoe: The Infamous Massacre, 1692
- Hardback - Amberley
A startling new history of the Campbell massacre of the MacDonald clan, one of the most emotive episodes in Scottish history.
The Guide To Mysterious Stirlingshire
- Paperback - History
This is a guide to everything supernatural, paranormal, folkloric, eccentric and, above all, mysterious that has occurred in the Scottish county of Stirlingshire. Comprehensive entries cover Stirlingshire's historic sites, ruins, churches, tombstones and archaeological curiosities.