SELKIRK, Thomas Douglas, 5th Earl. Observations on the Present State of the Highlands of Scotland, with a view of the causes and probable consequences of Emigration, London: Longman, Hurst, Rees and Orme, 1805. 8°, half title (occasional faint spots), contemporary calf, calf label on spine (rubbed, joints splitting), bookplate of Iain Ramsay of Kildalton. FIRST EDITION.
MACLEAY. K. Description of the Spar Cave, lately discovered in the Isle of Skye, with some geological remarks relative to that Island, Edinburgh: for Thomas Bryce & Co., 1811. 8° (occasional light spotting and dampstaining, some ink scoring), contemporary calf-backed boards (rubbed); inscribed on verso of dedication "For General Campbell of ... with the best respects of the author".
GROSE, Francis. The Antiquities of Scotland, London: for Hooper and Wigstead, 1797. 2 volumes, 4°, titles with engraved vignettes, 190 engraved plates (one or two light spots, occasional offsetting), contemporary half calf, gilt lettering to spine (a little worn). FIRST EDITION.
SCOT, John. The Staggering State of the Scots Statesmen, for one hundred tears, viz. From 1550 to 1650, Edinburgh: Walter Ruddiman, 1754. 8° (a4-6 with old repairs, a few small holes, short tears and marginal cropping, occasional light spotting and browning), later calf, spine with calf label (lightly rubbed). FIRST EDITION.
With 14 other works in 23 volumes, including William Cobbett's Cottage Economy (London, 1823), Erskine Beveridge's Coll and Tiree (Edinburgh, 1903) and North Uist (Edinburgh, 1911), Donald Gregory's History of the Western Highlands and Isles of Scotland (Edinburgh, 1836), and J. Cameron Lees' A History of the County of Inverness (Edinburgh, 1897). (28)