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Johnston"s gazeteer of Scotland

Johnston"s gazeteer of Scotland

including a glossary of the most common Gaelic names

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Published by W. & A.K. Johnston, G.W. Bacon in Edinburgh (etc) .
Written in English


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Statementrevision by B.B. Hartop and M. Rodger.
ContributionsHartop, B B., Rodger, M.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21106472M

Johnston's Detroit City Directory and Advertising Gazetteer of Michigan [Reprint] ()[Leatherbound] by James Dale Johnston and a great selection of related books, art . found: Bartholomew gazetteer of Britain, (Cramond; Lothian 65 H1 dist of Edinburgh 5m/7km W of city centre) found: Johnston's gazetteer of Scotland, 2nd. ed. (Cramond, vil. and par., forming part of Edinburgh).


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Historic Snapshot of pre-war Scotland. The first edition appeared just before the Second World War, in Now with s entries and 24 pages of maps. An extensive encyclopedia of Scottish towns, villages, geographical features, historic sites, family names and famous people.

The Gazetteer for Scotland is a gazetteer covering the geography, history and people of was conceived in by Bruce Gittings of the University of Edinburgh and David Munro of the Royal Scottish Geographical Society, and conta entries as of July It claims to be "the largest dedicated Scottish resource created for the web".

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Logan, UT: Everton, /Gc Sm5g/ A detailed list of towns and villages, including Church of Scotland and nonconformist chapel register dates. The book is bound in red cloth boards, with gold and black embossed title and a cover design in the Aesthetic Movement taste.

This atlas was a collaboration between two distinguished figures in British natural history — the geographer and publisher Alexander Keith Johnston and the astronomer and academician Robert Grant.

James Johnston supposedly came to Virginia in with his three sons William, John and Alexander, leaving the son James who married Jean Ogilvie back in Aberdeen. In his first book, Lorand cited a reference for the passage of James and his sons to Virginia on a. Samuel Johnston, born in Dundee, Scotland, inemigrated with his father, John Johnston, say He held almost every possible office in the Province and State and in was elected Governor of the State.

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