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The Scottish tradition; essays in honour of Ronald Gordon Cant.

Author: Ronald Gordon Cant; G W S Barrow
Publisher: [Edinburgh] Scottish Academic Press; [distributed by Chatto & Windus, London] 1974.
Series: St. Andrews University publications, no. 60.
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Scottish tradition.
[Edinburgh] Scottish Academic Press; [distributed by Chatto & Windus, London] 1974
(OCoLC)610438844
Named Person: Ronald Gordon Cant; Ronald Gordon Cant; Ronald Gordon Cant
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ronald Gordon Cant; G W S Barrow
ISBN: 0701120398 9780701120399
OCLC Number: 1051437
Description: xi, 267 pages illustrations 26 cm.
Contents: St. Andrews before Alexander I / Marjorie Ogilvie Anderson --
Peter's pence in Scotland / Barbara Elizabeth Crawford --
Some east Fife documents of the twelfth and thirteenth centuries / Geoffrey Wallis Steuart Barrow --
William Lamberton, bishop of St. Andrews, 1297-1328 / Marinell Ash --
The architecture of Scottish collegiate churches / George Hay --
Linguistic relationships in medieval Scotland / David Donald Murison --
The illusory Breve testatum / James Joseph Robertson --
Some observations on the provinces of the Scottish universities, 1560-1850 / Robert Noyes Smart --
Some early Scottish books / William Beattie --
The Fair Isle Spanish Armada shipwreck / Thomas Mortimer Yule Manson --
The political attitudes of William Drummond of Hawthornden / Thomas Ian Rae --
Some aspects of funerary monuments in Lowland Scotland / John Di Folco --
The Swiss and the Covenant / James Kerr Cameron --
The advocates as Scottish trade union pioneers / John Montgomery Simpson --
Educating an eighteenth-century duke / Ian Simpson Ross --
The administration of the forfeited annexed estates, 1752-1784 / Annette MacFarlane Smith --
Coal-mining in Fife in the second half of the eighteenth century / Robert Douglas --
Corporate personality and the Scottish burgh / Robert Leslie Cockburn Hunter --
Lexicography and historical interpretation / Alexander Fenton --
Bibliography of works by Ronald Gordon Cant / Dugald MacArthur.
Series Title: St. Andrews University publications, no. 60.
Responsibility: Edited by G.W.S. Barrow.

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