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J.Logan Del.

A HIGHLAND BAGPIPER,

Drefere in the Tarton of the 42°C 4P Regiment

THE

SCOTTISH GAËL:

Celtic Manners,

AS PRESERVED AMONG THE HIGHLANDERS:

OR,

BEING AN HISTORICAL AND DESCRIPTIVE ACCOUNT OF THE

INHABITANTS, ANTIQUITIES, AND NATIONAL PECULIARITIES

OF SCOTLAND;

MORE PARTICULARLY OF THE NORTHERN, OR GAELIC PARTS OF THE COUNTRY, WHERE
THE SINGULAR HABITS OF THE ABORIGINAL CELTS ARE MOST
TENACIOUSLY RETAINED.

BY THE LATE JAMES LOGAN, F.S.A. S.

EDITED, WITH MEMOIR AND NOTES,

BY THE REV. ALEX. STEWART,

OF BALLACHULISH AND ARDGOUR, "NETHER LOCHABER."

"The most interesting and important of all history is the history of manners."-WARTON.

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HUGH MACKENZIE, BANK LANE.
EDINBURGH: MACLACHLAN & STEWART, SOUTH BRIDGE.

List of Gmbellishments.

VOLUME II.

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1. Highland Bagpiper, dressed in full Costume, (coloured

plate) 2. Vignette in Title-page. 3. View of Dun-Troddan in Glenelg 4. Section of Mousa and Dun-Dornghil 5. Do., showing the Galleries 6. View of Dun-Dornghil in Strathmore 7. Bas Relief of a Gallic Boar Hunt 8. Horns of the Moose Deer 9. Highlander employed at the Cascrom 10. Agricultural Implements 11. Domestic Utensils 12. Snuff Horn and its Appendages 13. An Ancient Biorlin 14, 15. British Coins 16. Funereal Urn and other Vessels 17. Figures of Two Druids 18 to 21. Specimens of Music 22. Reeds of the Bagpipe 23. The Royal Arms of Scotland (coloured plate) 24. Harp of Queen Mary 25. Stonehenge restored 26. Plan of the Temple at Classerness in Lewis 27. Obelisk, with Hieroglyphic Sculptures ... 28. Mystical Figure 29. Illuminated Capital, from a Gaëlic MS.

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