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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Henderson, T. F. (Thomas Finlayson), 1844-1923.
Scotland of to-day.
London, Methuen & Co.; New York, J. Pott & Co. 
|All Authors / Contributors:||
T F Henderson; Francis Watt
|Description:||xiv, 399,  p. col. front., plates (part col.) ports. 19 cm.|
|Contents:||The evolution of the Scot.--The kirk and its story.--Education in school and college.--The law and the lawyers.--Architecture, ecclesiastical and other.--Painting and painters.--Literature.--"Edina, Scotia's darling seat."--The kingdom of Fife.--In Lothian fields.--The Lothian shore.--The city of St. Mungo.--The Clyde.--Burns and the Burns country.--The legend of the Covenant.--Yarrow and Traquair.--The Border and the Solway.--Stirling and Perth.--Dundee.--The Granite city.--A highland survey.--A note on Caithness.--Round the islands.--Sports and pastimes.--Music, old and new.--Scots food.--Scots drink.--Scots wit and humour.--The Scot abroad and the stranger in Scotland.|
|Responsibility:||by T.F. Henderson and Francis Watt; with 20 illustrations in colour by Frank Laing and 24 other illustrations.|