Bass Rock, its civil and ecclesiastical history, geology, martyrology, zoology and botany
by Thomas McCrie [and others]
Edinburgh, W.P. Kennedy, 1848.
the chapter on geology was contributed by Hugh Miller
Bathymetrical Survey of the Scottish Fresh-Water Lochs,
conducted under the direction of Sir John Murray and Laurence Pullar during the years 1897 to 1909. Report on the Scientific Results. complete set
Edinburgh, Challenger Office, 1910.
a monumental survey of Scotland’s inland lochs, and very scarce as a complete set. volume one (over 800 pages) contains the introduction and a series of learned articles on the topographical, geological, physical, biological, chemical features of the lochs, together with an extensive bibliography. volume two contains special descriptions to the lakes, which relate to the series of over 100 coloured maps that form the remaining three volume
Bridge over the Lochy at Killin, Perthshire, 29 Aug., 1824
an original pen and wash sketch.
good clean condition, mounted on thin card.
image size 24x33cm. overall size 28x38cm.
By-Gone Glasgow, sketches of vanished corners in the city and suburbs
Glasgow, Morison Brothers, 1896
Caledonia Gothica, Pugin and the Gothic revival in Scotland
[Architectural Heritage VIII]
introduction by Gavin Stamp
Edinburgh University Press, 1997.