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Fraser, James Valliados libri tres, opus inchoatum Panter, Patrick Edinburgh 1633
Aberdeen Occupational Health Unit Understanding alcohol and alcoholism in Scotland. Scottish Health Education Unit Edinburgh 1976
Millbank, Mr Hamilton The works of Dr Jonathan Swift. Swift, J. Edinburgh 1761-66
Hamilton, R. The works of Dr Jonathan Swift. Swift, J. Edinburgh 1761-66
Gunn, Neil M. The turn of the day Angus, Marion Edinburgh 1931
Gunn, Neil M. The singin' lass Angus, Marion Edinburgh 1929
Anderson, James The Scots gard'ner Reid, J. Edinburgh 1721
Keith, George The Scots Gard'ner Reid, J. Edinburgh 1721
Keith, James The Scots Gard'ner Reid, J. Edinburgh 1721
Strachan, Rev. J. The Scots Gard'ner Reid, J. Edinburgh 1721
Thomson, James The Scots Gard'ner Reid, J. Edinburgh 1721
Gerard, Alexander The Scots farmer: or select essays on agriculture. Edinburgh 1773-4
Sutherland, Alexander The Scots farmer, or select essays on agriculture, adapted to the soil and climate of Scotland. Edinburgh 1773-4
Edinburgh, Museum of Science and Art The Scots farmer, or select essays on agriculture, adapted to the soil and climate of Scotland. Edinburgh 1773-4
P., A. The rudiments of the Latin tongue. Ruddiman, T. Edinburgh 1714
Ruddiman, Thomas The rudiments of the Latin tongue. Ruddiman, T. Edinburgh 1714
Plummer, of Middlestead The rudiments of the Latin tongue. Ruddiman, T. Edinburgh 1714
Grant, Archibald The principles of agriculture and vegetation. Home, Francis Edinburgh 1757
Gunn, Neil The Ponnage Pool Cruickshank, Helen B. Edinburgh 1968
Gunn, Neil M. The passion-flower: poems and ballads Rivers, Gabriel Edinburgh 1935
Burnett, Alexander The origin of laws, arts and sciences and their progress amongst the most ancient nations. Goguet, A.Y Edinburgh 1761
Ramsay, Sir Alexr, of Balmain, Bart. The origin of laws, arts and sciences and their progress amongst the most ancient nations. Goguet, A.Y. Edinburgh 1761
Sauchieburn Manse Library The origin of laws, arts and sciences and their progress amongst the most ancient nations. Goguet, A.Y. Edinburgh 1761
Adams, Duke The origin of laws, arts and sciences and their progress among the most ancient nations. Goguet, A.Y Edinburgh 1761
Gordon, D.M. The origin of laws, arts and sciences and their progress among the most ancient nations. Goguet, A.Y. Edinburgh 1761
McKinnon, Thomas The origin of laws, arts and sciences and their progress among the most ancient nations. Goguet, A.Y. Edinburgh 1761
Macleod, Hugh The new universal geographical grammar illustrated with maps. Salmon, T. Edinburgh 1777
Aberdeen United Free Church College The new testament of higher Buddhism. Richard, T. Edinburgh 1910
Cairns, David The new testament of higher Buddhism. Richard, T. Edinburgh 1910
Cope, Sir, Bart. The life and acts of the most victorious conqueror Robert Bruce, King of Scotland. Barbour, J. Edinburgh 1758
Macleod, Hugh The life and acts of the most victorious conqueror Robert Bruce, King of Scotland. Barbour, J. Edinburgh 1758
Garden, Alexander The laws and customs of Scotland, in matter criminal. Wherein is to be seen how the civil law, and the... Mackenzie, Sir G. Edinburgh 1699
Mackenzie, George, Sir. The Laws and Acts of the second Parliament of Charles the Second, begun at Edinburgh, 1669. Scotland. Parliament. Edinburgh 1669
Dey, Wm. The laws and acts of Parliament made by King James the First, Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth, Queen Mary, King James... Scotland. Parliament. Edinburgh 1681
Macleod, Hugh The Laws and Acts of Parliament made by King James the First, and his royal successors, Kings and Queen of... Scotland. Edinburgh 1682-83
Macleod, Hugh The Laws and Acts made in the first Parliament of James VII holden at Edinburgh, April 23, 1685. Scotland. Parliament. Edinburgh 1731
Gimson, Sheriff Principal G.S. The lawes and actes of Parliament, maid be King James the First, and his successours Kinges of Scotland. Scotland. Parliament. Edinburgh 1597
Gordon, Arthur The lawes and actes of Parliament, maid be King James the First, and his successours Kinges of Scotland. Scotland. Parliament. Edinburgh 1597
Gordon, Robert, of Straloch The lawes and actes of Parliament, maid be King James the First, and his successours Kinges of Scotland. Scotland. Parliament. Edinburgh 1597
Grant, Sir A., of Monymusk The lawes and actes of Parliament, maid be King James the First, and his successours Kinges of Scotland. Scotland. Parliament. Edinburgh 1597
Drummond, John The Lawes and Actes of Parliament, maid be King James the First, and his successors kinges of Scotland: visied, collected... Scotland. Parliament. Edinburgh 1597
Davidson, Andrew The lawes and Actes of Parliament, maid be King James the First, and his successors kinges of Scotland: visied, collected... Scotland. Parliament. Edinburgh 1597-99
Jhonstoun, George The lawes and actes of Parliament, maid be King James the First, and his successors kinges of Scotland: visied, collected... Scotland. Parliament. Edinburgh 1597
Newcastle, Duke of The lawes and actes of Parliament, maid be King James the First, and his successors kinges of Scotland: visied, collected... Scotland. Parliament. Edinburgh 1597
Wigtown, Wm. Fleming, 5th Earl of. The lawes and actes of Parliament, maid be King James the First, and his successors kinges of Scotland: visied, collected... Scotland. Parliament. Edinburgh 1597
Lundie, Alex The lawes and actes of Parliament, maid be King James the First, and his successors kinges of Scotland: visied, collected... Scotland. Parliament. Edinburgh
Lundie, Jo. The lawes and actes of Parliament, maid be King James the First, and his successors kinges of Scotland: visied, collected... Scotland. Parliament. Edinburgh
Kershaw, John The institutions of the law of Scotland. Mackenzie, Sir G. Edinburgh 1688
Hope, H. The Holy Bible, containing the Old and New Testaments, newly translated out of the original tongues, and with the former... Edinburgh 1772
Macleod, Hugh The historie of the Reformatioun of religioun within the realm of Scotland. Knox, J. Edinburgh 1732