2 edition of Typographia scoto-gadelica found in the catalog.
|Statement||by the Rev. Donald Maclean.|
|LC Classifications||Z2059.G3 M3 1915|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 372 p.|
|Number of Pages||372|
|LC Control Number||16006622|
Typographia Scoto-Gadelica; or, Books printed in the Gaelic of Scotland from the year to the year , with bibliographical and biographical notes by The Rev. Donald Maclean, Dunvegan, Skye published by John Grant, Edinburgh, Chì mi na mòrbheanna is a Scottish song that was written in by Highlander John Cameron (Iain Camshroin), a native of Ballachulish and known locally in the Gaelic fashion as Iain Rob and Iain Òg Ruaidh. He worked in the slate quarries before moving to Glasgow where he was engaged as a ship's broker. He became the Bard of the Glasgow Ossianic Society and also Bard to Clan Cameron.
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General Survey Of Ayrshire and Strathclyde Original pagination [pp] from W.J. Watson, History of the Celtic Placenames of Scotland, (reprinted by BIRLINN, Edinburgh, ISBN 1 06 8). [N.B. To return from the endnotes to the main text, click on your browser’s ‘back’ button.] Jump to sections on Ayr, Renfrew, Lanark.  AYRSHIRE, formed part of the territory [ ]. Rowan Leaf Celtic Books Amazon Section **Category / Topic Page** Gaelic Books: Author: Title: Form: Scottish Gaelic union catalogue: a list of books printed in Scottish Gaelic from to Typographia Scoto-Gadelica.
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Typographia scoto-gadelica; or, Books printed in the Gaelic of Scotland from the year to the yearwith bibliographical and biographical notes; by Maclean, DonaldPages: Join Forgotten Books 1, books Unlimited reading Dedicated support Small monthly fee Click here to learn more Continue as guest Some pages are restricted Please support our book restoration project by becoming a Forgotten Books member.
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Typographia scoto-gadelica; or, Books printed in the Gaelic of Scotland from the year to the yearwith bibliographical and biographical notes; by the Rev. Donald Maclean. The essential works of reference for the Gaelic book are Rev Donald MacLean's Typographia Scoto-Gadelica of and the National Library of Scotland's Scottish Gaelic Union Catalogue of The foundations of listing and cataloguing had in fact begun earlier with a book which tends to be dismissed as hopelessly outdated but which gives a useful account of Gaelic and its.
Get this from a library. Typographia scoto-gadelica; or, Books printed in the Gaelic of Scotland from the year to the yearwith bibliographical and biographical notes. [Donald Maclean, M.D.]. Typographia scoto-gadelica; or, Books printed in the Gaelic of Scotland from the year to the year with bibliographical and biographical notes / by the Rev.
Donald Maclean Author: Donald. Maclean. Typographia Scoto-Gadelica: Or Books Printed in the Gaelic of Scotland from the Year to the Yearwith Bibliographical and Biographical Notes.
Privately. [J.G. Mackinnon, who lived in Cape Breton, is wrongly stated in MacLean's [Typographia Scoto- Gadelica] to have died in ; he lived until JLC met him in Cape Breton in and again ].
SIA SGIALACHDAN, Six Gaelic Stories from South Uist and Barra. Taken down by JLC and edited with English precis. Privately. book are Rev. Donald MacLean’s Typographia Scoto-Gadelica of and the National Library of Scotland’s Scottish Gaelic Union Catalogue ofedited by Mary Ferguson and Ann Matheson.
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Typographia Scoto-Gadelica: or, Books Printed in the Gaelic of Scotland From the Year to the Year ; With Bibliographical And Biographical Notes (Edinburgh: J. Grant, ), by Donald Maclean.
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Maclean, was published in (a digitized copy is available on the National Library of Scotland website; see External Documents below). Typographia Scoto-Gadelica or Books Printed in the Gaelic of Scotland from the Year - Scholar's Choice Edition.
Donald Maclean. 19 Feb Paperback. US$ US$ Save US$ Add to basket. The Luck of the "gold Moidore". sities Press in reprinting photolithographic copies of the first editions, for they are essential reference books for the Gaelic scholar.
The Typographia contains a wellnigh exhaustive list of Gaelic books published beforetogether with extremely useful bibliographical and. 10 Donald MacLean, Typographia Scoto-Gadelica. (Edinburgh, ), 11 See his obituary by A. Maclean Sinclair in The Casket (Antigonish, NS, Ma ), 4.
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Title(s): Typographia scoto-gadelica; or, Books printed in the Gaelic of Scotland from the year to the yearwith bibliographical and biographical notes;by the Rev.
Donald Maclean.References - books, pamphlets, articles in bibliography of Gaelic literature of Skye: MacA-MacL Typographia Scoto-Gadelica, or Books Printed In the Gaelic of Scotland from the Year to the year Edinburgh: John Grant. MACLEAN, John.The Library.
Our initial collection of two hundred books was given to Comann Eachdraidh Lios Mòr in by David White, Frackersaig. It was a most kind and generous gift and a far seeing one too. The Schoolhouse was our centre then and proved to be a suitable beginning for the burgeoning society.