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HISTORICAL MONUMENTS (SCOTLAND) COMMISSION.

-- Abbreviated Reference.
Early Scottish Charters prior to 1153, collected, with Notes and an
Index, by Sir Archibald C. Lawrie (Glasgow: James MacLehose
& Sons, 1905).
Ecclesiastical Architecture of Scotland, by David Macgibbon
and Thomas Ross, Architects (Edinburgh: David Douglas,
1896-1897). -- Eccles. Arch.
Exchequer Rolls of Scotland.
Fædera, etc., by Thomas Rymer (London : 1704-35).
Fragments of Scottish History, by Sir John Graham Dalyell. State
of Ancient Scotland - Birrel's Diary - Expedition in Scotland
(Edinburgh : 1798). -- Birrel's Diary.
Glencairn, Dumfriesshire: The Annals of an Inland Parish, by
J. Corrie (Dumfries : 1911).
Glenriddell MSS., in the possession of the Society of Antiquaries of
Scotland.
Growth of a Scottish Burgh, by J. W. Shirley (Dumfries:
1915).
Hamilton Papers. Letters and Papers illustrating the Political
Relations of England and Scotland in the 16th century, edited
by Joseph Bain.
Historia Ecclesiæ Dunelmensis, by Symeon of Durham (London:
1732). -- Symeon of Durham.
Historical Families of Dumfriesshire, and the Border Wars, by
C. L. Johnstone, 1889.
Historical Manuscripts Commission Reports. -- Hist. MSS. Comm.
Historical Memoirs of the Reign of Mary, Queen of Scots, and a
portion of the Reign of King James the Sixth, by Lord Herries,
edited by Robert Pitcairn (Edinburgh: 1836). -- Herries' Memoirs.
History and Antiquities of the Counties of Westmorland and
Cumberland, by Joseph Nicolson and Richard Burn, 2 vols.
(London: 1777). -- History of Westmorland, etc
History and Antiquities of Scotland from the Earliest Account
of Time, etc., by William Maitland (2 vols. London:
1757). -- Maitland.
History of the Affairs of Church and State in Scotland from the
beginning of the Reformation in the Reign of King James V. to
the Retreat of Queen Mary into England, Anno 1568, by the
Rev. Robert Keith, Bishop of the Episcopal Church in Scotland.
(Edinburgh: 1734). -- History of Affairs, etc., or Keith.
History of the Burgh of Dumfries, with notices of Nithsdale, Annan-
dale, and the Western Border, by W. McDowall (Edinburgh:
3rd edition, 1906).
History of the Church of Scotland, by John Spottiswoode, Arch-
bishop of St Andrews, with Biographical Sketch and Notes by
the Right Rev. M. Russell, LL.D., 3 vols. (Edinburgh:
1847-51 - Spottiswoode Society). -- Spottiswoode's History, or Spottiswoode.
History of Dumfries and Galloway, by the Right Hon.
Sir Herbert Maxwell, Bart. (Edinburgh and London:
Blackwoods, 1896). -- Dumfries and Galloway.
History of the House of Douglas, by the Right Hon. Sir
Herbert Maxwell, Bart. (2 vols. London: Fremantle & Co.,
1902).

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