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Table of contents of journal: The *Scottish historical review

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Authors: MacDonald, AJ
Citation: Aj. Macdonald, Violence, custom and law: The Anglo-Scottish border lands in the later Middle Ages, SCOT HIST R, 79(207), 2000, pp. 112-113

Authors: Scott, WW
Citation: Ww. Scott, Ireland and Britain, 1170-1450, SCOT HIST R, 79(207), 2000, pp. 113-115

Authors: Scott, WW
Citation: Ww. Scott, Castles in Ireland: Feudal power in a Gaelic world, SCOT HIST R, 79(207), 2000, pp. 113-115

Authors: Thomas, A
Citation: A. Thomas, Stewart style, 1513-1542: Essays on the court of James V, SCOT HIST R, 79(207), 2000, pp. 115-116

Authors: Thomas, A
Citation: A. Thomas, James V: The personal rule, 1528-1542, SCOT HIST R, 79(207), 2000, pp. 115-116

Authors: Mullan, DG
Citation: Dg. Mullan, Government by polemic: James I, the king's preachers, and the rhetoric of conformity, 1603-1625, SCOT HIST R, 79(207), 2000, pp. 117-118

Authors: Dawson, JEA
Citation: Jea. Dawson, Prayer book and people in Elizabethan and early Stuart England, SCOT HIST R, 79(207), 2000, pp. 118-119

Authors: Goodare, J
Citation: J. Goodare, King James VI and the reunion of Christendom, SCOT HIST R, 79(207), 2000, pp. 119-120

Authors: Szechi, D
Citation: D. Szechi, Glencoe and the end of the Highland War, SCOT HIST R, 79(207), 2000, pp. 120-122

Authors: Currie, J
Citation: J. Currie, Inhabitants of the inner Isles: Movern and Ardnamuchan, 1716, SCOT HIST R, 79(207), 2000, pp. 122-123

Authors: Parker, T
Citation: T. Parker, John Stuart and the struggle for empire on the southern frontier, SCOT HIST R, 79(207), 2000, pp. 123-124

Authors: Maver, I
Citation: I. Maver, The Scottish Episcopal Church: A new history, SCOT HIST R, 79(207), 2000, pp. 124-125

Authors: MacLeod, EV
Citation: Ev. Macleod, Protestantism and national identity: Britain and Ireland, c1650-1860, SCOT HIST R, 79(207), 2000, pp. 125-127

Authors: Sher, RB
Citation: Rb. Sher, Church and theology in Enlightenment Scotland: The Popular Party, 1704-1800, SCOT HIST R, 79(207), 2000, pp. 127-129

Authors: Tranter, N
Citation: N. Tranter, Sin in the city: Sexuality and social control in urban Scotland, 1660-1780, SCOT HIST R, 79(207), 2000, pp. 129-130

Authors: Tranter, N
Citation: N. Tranter, Girls in trouble: Sexuality and social control in rural Scotland, 1660-1780, SCOT HIST R, 79(207), 2000, pp. 129-130

Authors: Whatley, CA
Citation: Ca. Whatley, The correspondence of James Boswell with James Bruce and Andrew Gibb, overseers of the Auchinleck Estate, SCOT HIST R, 79(207), 2000, pp. 130-131

Authors: Cameron, EA
Citation: Ea. Cameron, The mid-Victorian generation, 1846-1886, SCOT HIST R, 79(207), 2000, pp. 131-133

Authors: Mackenzie, JM
Citation: Jm. Mackenzie, The physician and the slave trade: John Kirk, the Livingstone expeditions,and the crusade against slavery in East Africa, SCOT HIST R, 79(207), 2000, pp. 133-134

Authors: Harper, M
Citation: M. Harper, Oatmeal and the Catechism: Scottish Gaelic settlers in Quebec, SCOT HIST R, 79(207), 2000, pp. 134-136

Authors: West, G
Citation: G. West, Traditional Gaelic bagpiping, 1745-1945, SCOT HIST R, 79(207), 2000, pp. 136-137

Authors: Kidd, S
Citation: S. Kidd, 'Mhor nan Oran, Taghadh de a h'Orain' - A collection of songs by Mary MacPherson, SCOT HIST R, 79(207), 2000, pp. 137-138

Authors: Cameron, EA
Citation: Ea. Cameron, Bonar Law, SCOT HIST R, 79(207), 2000, pp. 138-139

Authors: Brown, J
Citation: J. Brown, The politics of retirement in Britain, 1878-1948, SCOT HIST R, 79(207), 2000, pp. 139-140

Authors: Morton, G
Citation: G. Morton, Scotland in the twentieth century, SCOT HIST R, 79(207), 2000, pp. 140-143
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