Records of Argyll. Legends, Traditions, and Recollections of Argyllshire Highlanders Collected Chiefly from the Gaelic. With notes on the Antiquity of the Dress, Clan Colours, or Tartans, of The Highlanders. With Etchings by Charles Laurie.

  • Campbell, Archibald
  • Edinburgh: William Blackwood and Sons 1885


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NO. 420 [OF ?500 COPIES] 4to, pp. xv, [i], 514 + frontispiece and 18 plates. Original red cloth, front board blocked centrally with cruciform device in gilt, front board and spine lettered in black and gilt. Some scattered spotting, A little marginal damp-marking to a few leaves. Somewhat marked, spine a little sunned, extremities a little worn, spine ends bumped.


A large compendium of Argyll traditions and folk belief, edited by Lord Archibald Campbell (1846-1913) 2nd son of the 8th Duke of Argyll, and featuring contributions from Alexander Carmichael, 15 years before the publication of his own Carmina Gadelica. Copies are numbered on the half-title from an unspecified total, but we have not traced another copy numbered higher than 420, making a limitation of 500 copies or fewer likely.

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