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The Roman Wall. MS. at Welbeck Abbey. Reported in Hist. MSS.
Plan and description of the Roman Camp at Dalginross, [Perthshire], from
Collections chiefly relating to the antiquities of Perth. MS. fol., no. 101,
Coloured sketches of fragments of two sculptured stones found at Burg-
MS. coloured sketches of fragments of two sculptured stones found in
Guide to the scenery and antiquities of Jedburgh and its environs. 12°,
Transactions of the Hawick Archaeological Society, from 1869. 4°,
Vetusta Monumenta: ancient monuments illustrative of the history and
Queries proposed by the Society of Antiquaries of London to gentlemen in the several parts of Great Britain, in hope of obtaining from their answers a better knowledge of its antiquities and natural history. 8°, Lond. 1754.
Archaeologia, or miscellaneous tracts relating to antiquity, published by the Society of Antiquaries of London. Also, an index volume to vols. 1-50. Illus. 4°, Lond. from 1770.
The Antiquarian Repertory, a miscellaneous assemblage of topography, history, biography, customs, and manners. 4 vols. 4°, Lond. 1775-84; also 1807-9.
A description of the curious monuments and antiquities in the Island of Icolumkill, or the Island of St. Colman-Kill, also of Staffa, the rural throne of King Fingal, etc., by a Gentleman who made the tower of Europe, etc., and given to John M'Cormack to support a small family. 8°, Lond. 1791; Dublin, 1792; Glasg. 1798; Belfast, 1820. Description of the encampment on the Hill of Burnswork, [Dumfriesshire]. Letter written 1785 to Soc. Ant. Scot. Arch. Scot., i, 124. 4°, Edin.
Antiquities in Glenalmond, etc., [Perthshire], c. 1800. MS. 4o, no. B. 4,
Some remarks on the Pillar or Obelisk at Forres called Sueno's Stone.
Account of the ecclesiastical antiquities of Dundee.
Antiquarian and traditionary description of Scotland. Aberd. [c. 1840].
The Archaeological fournai Pub. by Roy. Archaeol. Institute of Great Britain and Ireland. 8°, Lond. from 1844.
The stranger's companion amid the antiquities of Dunfermline. 16°, Dunferm. 1844, and other edits.
The Scottish Journal of topography, antiquities, traditions, etc. 2 vols. 8°, Edin. 1847-48. Antiquarian researches, extracted from the Irvine Custom House records, Irvine Town Council records, etc., 1645-1788. 4°, Irvine, 1848-50. Guide through St. Andrews and its antiquities. 8°, St. Andrews, 1852. Notes on remains of ecclesiastical architecture and sculptured memorials in the southern division of Scotland. 8°, Edin. 1855.
Memoirs chiefly illustrative of the history and antiquities of Northumberland [and the Scottish Borders]; communicated to the Meeting of the Arch. Inst. held in Newcastle, August 1852. Illus. 2 vols. 8°, Newcastle, 1858.
Catalogue of antiquities, works of art, and historical Scottish relics, exhibited by the Archaeological Institute at the Edinburgh Meeting in 1856; with notices of the portraits of Mary Queen of Scots collected on that occasion. Ports., plans, and illus. 8°, Edin. 1859.
Plans and photographs of Stonehenge and Turusachan in the Island of Lewis, [Ross-Cromarty]; with notes relating to the Druids, and sketches of Cromlechs in Ireland. 4°, Southampton, 1867.
The Antonine Wall. The Builder for 1877, p. 1023.
Archaeological and Historical Collections relating to the counties of Ayr and Wigtown. Ayr and Wigtown Arch. Assoc., after 1885 called the Ayr and Galloway Assoc. 18 vols. fol., Edin. 1878-99.
Archaeological and historical collections relating to the County of Renfrew. 2 vols. 4°, Paisley, 1885-90.
The most famous epitaphs and monumental inscriptions in Greyfriars' Churchyard, [Edinburgh], printed for the Session of Old Greyfriars' Church. 8°, Edin. 1893.
Travels along the Roman Wall in Scotland, 1697. [Author unknown.] Hist. MSS. Comm., 13th Rep., App. pt. ii, p. 54. 8°, Lond. 1893. Scots Lore: a monthly journal of history and antiquities. Jan.-July, 1895, (all pub.). 8°, Glasg. 1895.
The Antonine Wall Report, being an account of excavations, etc., made under the direction of the Glasgow Archaeological Society during 189093. Glasg. Arch. Soc. 4°, Glasg. 1899.
Antonine's Wall. The Scotsman, 19th Dec. 1899.
ABERCROMBY, The Hon. J. Account of the excavation of the Roman Station at Inchtuthil, Perthshire, undertaken by Soc. Ant. Scot. in 1901. Proc. Soc. Ant. Scot., xxxvi. 4°, Edin. 1902.
AGLEN, A. S. The sculptured stones at Meigle. [c. 1895.]
AINSLIE, P. B. (See STUART, J. S.)
ALLEN, J. R. Notes on some undescribed stones with cup-markings in Scotland, with lists of cup-marked stones known to exist in Britain, France, Switzerland, Norway, Sweden, and Denmark. Proc. Soc. Ant. Scot., xvi, 79. Illus. 4°, Edin. 1882.
8°, Lond. 1887.
Early Christian symbolism in Great Britain and Ireland before the
ANDERSON, G. On some of the Stone Circles in the neighbourhood