2 edition of Bibliotheca Scoto-Celtica found in the catalog.
|Other titles||An account of all the books which have been printed in the Gaelic language|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||lxxii, 178, , 4 p. (4 p. at end advertisement)|
|Number of Pages||178|
Outlines of Lectures on the Bible. By the late Rev. Neil MacIntyre * 1. Extracted from The Free Presbyterian Magazine, Volume 9 (), and edited. (Continued from last month). The British Museum Library is a national institution, and spends very large sums on books, but such Gaelic books as "Gillies" and "Carswell" were not there in. p. [paragraph continues] The Advocates' Library in Edinburgh has "Gillies," but no "Carswell," not even "Reid's Bibliotheca Scoto Celtica," which gives a list of Gaelic books.
Bibliotheca Scoto-celtica; Or, An Account of All the Books which Have Been Printed in the Gaelic Language/5(2). Reid's Bibliotheca Scoto-Celtica, , gives a list of eighty one Gaelic books of poetry printed since There are hymn books, song books, and poetry composed by known and unknown bards, male and female. Of the former, Mackenzie, in his Beauties of Gaelic poetry, gives a list of thirty two, with specimens of their works and a short.
Bibliotheca Scoto-Celtica, or, An account of all the books which have been 3 copies John Reid (23) The best intentions?: race, equity and delivering today's NHS 3 copies. On 7 October McGavin married Isabella Campbell of Paisley. His sister Jean was the mother of John Reid (–?), the compiler of Bibliotheca Scoto-Celtica, who supplied the memoir in McGavin's Posthumous Works. Notes [ edit ] ^ a b c d e f g h Lee, Sidney, ed. ().
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Bibliotheca scoto-celtica; or, An account of all the books which have been printed in the Gaelic language. By. John Reid. Abstract "Introduction" on the Celtic languages and literature: p. [ix] of access: InternetAuthor:. John Reid. FIRST EDITION, 8vo, pp. lxxii, Slightly later half calf, patterned paper boards, spine divided by raised bands, red morocco label.
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Donald MacLean (). This led to the compilation of the Bibliotheca Scoto-Celtica, which aimed to be a complete bibliography of books in Gaelic; it was seen in manuscript by Sir John Sinclair, 1st Baronet, in The Highland Society of London gave it an award inand it was published in Glasgow by Reid himself in John Reid - consulte a biografia e bibliografia do autor de The Life Of Major General Andrew Jackson, Bibliotheca Scoto-Celtica; Or, An Account Of All The Books Which Have Been Printed In The Gaelic Language, Modern Electric Bass Method, Grade 1.
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More details Pocket System of Theology (Paperback) John Reid. The British Museum Library is a national institution, and spends very large sums on books, but such Gaelic books as “Gillies” and “Carswell” were not there in The Advocates’ Library in Edinburgh has “Gillies,” but no “Carswell,” not even “Reid’s Bibliotheca Scoto Celtica,” which gives a list of Gaelic books.
The year saw the publication in Glasgow of John Reid’s Bibliotheca Scoto-Celtica, the first catalogue of Scottish Gaelic printing. Reid was only sixteen or seventeen, apprenticed to a bookseller in Glasgow, and learning Gaelic, when he first compiled a list from the Gaelic printed books.
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(Glasgow, J. Reid & Co.; [etc., etc.], ), by John Reid (page images at HathiTrust) Gaelic reader, with outlines of grammar: for use in higher classes of schools in the Highlands / (Inverness: The "Northern Chronicle" Office, Title page and pp of John Reid, Bibliotheca Scoto-Celtica, Report of General Assembly Education Committee, Edinburgh Evening Courant, 19 February(HS of S premiums).
Memorandum Book, payments at Court meetings, Two copise of T Stratton (‘Grad Univ Edinb’), Illustrations of the Affinity of the. Bibliotheca Scoto-Celtica, or, An Account of All the Books Which Have Been Printed in the Gaelic Language (Edinburgh: Oliver and Boyd, 1 ), It may be that in his use of the term, Mackintosh was foregrounding his own independent status as a literate poet (see below, footnote 36 and related text).Click Download or Read Online button to get ais eiridh na sean chanoin albannaich book now.
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REID, JOHN (–?), compiler of ‘Bibliotheca Scoto-Celtica,’ born at Paisley on 2 Aprilwas the second son of John Reid, M.D., by Jean M'Gavin, sister to William M'Gavin [q.
v.] of Glasgow. After receiving an education mostly from his father, he was apprenticed to a .