A description of the most remarkable highways and whole known fairs and mercats in Scotland (Edinburgh, 1711)

AITON, William (1821)
A history of the rencounter at Drumclog : and battle at Bothwell Bridge, in the month of June, 1679, with an account of what is correct, and what is fictitious in the “Tales of my landlord,” and reflections on political subjects.

ALISON, Robert (Thomas D Morison: Glasgow, 1892)
The anecdotage of Glasgow, comprising anecdotes and anecdotal incidents

ANDERSON, George and ANDERSON Peter (1850)
Guide to the Highlands and islands of Scotland including Orkney and Zetland, descriptive of their scenery, statistics, antiquities, and natural history. Containing also directions for visiting the Lowlands of Scotland, with descriptive notices and maps, views, tables of distances, notices of inns, etc

ANDREWS, W. (1899)
Bygone church life in Scotland

BARCLAY, Hugh (1880)
Rambling recollections of old Glasgow

BARRETT, John and IREDALE, David (accessed 4/2/12)
Hunt the Motte

Black, Adam and Charles Black, Black’s Picturesque Tourist of Scotland (first edition: Edinburgh, 1840).

BLAIR. George (Maurice Ogle, Glasgow, 1857)
Biographic and descriptive sketches of Glasgow Necropolis

BREWER, David (Joseph and Edward Parker, Philadelphia, 1832)
The Edinburgh encyclopaedia

BROTCHIE, T.C.F. (various 1920s editions)
Borderlands of Glasgow: tramway guide to the countryside around the city

BROTCHIE, T.C.F.
Holy wells in and around Glasgow

BROTCHIE, T.C.F. (T.C. and E.C. Jack, Edinburgh, 1913)
The battlefields of Scotland : their legend and story

BROTCHIE, T.C.F. (Aird & Coghill, Glasgow, 1921)
Some sylvan scenes near Glasgow

BROWN, J.T.T.
Cambuslang: a sketch of the place and the people earlier than the nineteenth century

BROWN, Peter, Rev., of Wishaw (David Johnston, 1859)
Historical sketches of the parish of Cambusnethan 

CALLANT, A.G. (1888)
Saint Mungo’s bells; or, Old Glasgow stories rung out anew

CARMICHAEL, Peter (1885)
Clydesdale poems

CARSLAW, William Henderson (1912)
Covenanting memorials in Glasgow and neighbourhood

CHALMERS, George (1894)
Caledonia.: Or, a Historical and Topographical Account of North Britain, from the Most Ancient to the present times

CHAMBERS, Robert (1870)
Popular rhymes of Scotland

Chambers, Robert, The Picture of Scotland, 2 vols (Edinburgh, 1827)

CHAPMAN, Robert (1820)
The topographical picture of Glasgow in its ancient and modern state

CHRISTISON, David (1890)
Forts, camps, and motes of the Upper Ward of Lanarkshire

CHURCH OF SCOTLAND (1839)
Ecclesiastical records. Selections from the registers of the Presbytery of Lanark, M. DC. XXIII-M. DCCIX

CLELAND, James (1829)
Annals of Glasgow: Comprising an Account of the Public Buildings, Charities, and the Rise and Progress of the city

CLYDE VALLEY TOURIST BOARD and LANARK AND DISTRICT ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY (1983)
Historical tours in the Clyde Valley

COOK, Thomas (Leicester, 1846)
Handbook of a Trip to Scotland

COWAN, W.A. (1867)
A history of Lanark

DAVIDSON, Hugh
Lanark: a series of papers ( private circulation 1910)

DAVIDSON, W. (1828)
History of Lanark and guide to the scenery with list of roads to the principal towns

The old church of St Kentigern Glasgow Arch. Soc. N.S. iv. 155-162.

Folk-lore and Legends, Scotland (1889)

DENHOLM, J (1797)
An historical account and topographical description of the city of Glasgow and suburbs: containing a history of the rise and progress of the city, a description of the public buildings and an account of the political constitution, the university, and corporate bodies,compliled from authentic records and respectable authorities: calculated also to serve as a complete guide for strangers

DENHOLM, James, (Glasgow, 1798).
The History of the City of Glasgow, To which is Added a Sketch of a Tour to Loch Lomond and the Falls of Clyde

A Description of the Most Remarkable Highways and whole known fairs and Mercats in Scotland (Edinburgh, 1711).

Duncan, James, The Scotch Itinerary, Containing the Roads through Scotland, on a New Plan (Glasgow, 1805).

DUNCAN, James (1820)
Duncan’s Itinerary of Scotland: with the principal roads to London, copious observations on each road, and an appendix containing some account of the canals, lakes, mountains, harbours, and romantic scenery, deserving of the traveller’s notice ; embellished with a correct travelling map of Scotland

EYRE-TODD, George (1898)
The book of Glasgow Cathedral: a history and description

FISHER, Jack (1995)
Old Bellshill in pictures

FORSYTH, Robert (1805)
The beauties of Scotland: containing a clear and full account of the agriculture, commerce, mines, and manufactures; of the population, cities, towns, villages, &c. of each county Vol. III

FRASER, William C. (1909)
Crawford

The Gazetteer of Scotland (Dundee, 1803).

GIBSON, John (1777)
The history of Glasgow: from the earliest accounts to the present time; with an account of the rise, progress, and present state, of the different branches of commerce and manufactures now carried on in the city of Glasgow

GILLILAND, Norrie (2002)
Glasgow’s forgotten village: the Grahamston story

GREENSHIELDS, John Blackwood (1864)
Annals of the Parish of Lesmahagow

GROOME, Francis H. (1885)
Ordnance gazetteer of Scotland : a survey of Scottish topography, statistical, biographical, and historical volume 1

Ordnance gazetteer of Scotland : a survey of Scottish topography, statistical, biographical, and historical volume 2

Ordnance gazetteer of Scotland : a survey of Scottish topography, statistical, biographical, and historical volume 3

Ordnance gazetteer of Scotland : a survey of Scottish topography, statistical, biographical, and historical volume 4

Ordnance gazetteer of Scotland : a survey of Scottish topography, statistical, biographical, and historical volume 5

Ordnance gazetteer of Scotland : a survey of Scottish topography, statistical, biographical, and historical volume 6

GUTHRIE, E.J. (1885) 
Old Scottish customs: local and general

HAMILTON, William (William Hamilton of Wishaw) (1831)
Descriptions of the Sheriffdoms of Lanark and Renfrew, compiled about MDCCX

HARVEY, Wallace (1843)
Chronicles of Saint Mungo : or, Antiquities and traditions of Glasgow

HENDERSON, George and JEFFREY WADDELL, J (1904)
By Bothwell Banks: some chapters on the history, archaeology and literary associations of the Uddingston and Bothwell District

HERON, Robert (Edinburgh, 1797)
Scotland Described: or a Topographical Description of all the Counties of Scotland

HERON, Robert (Edinburgh, 1799)
Scotland Delineated: or a geographical Description of every Shire in Scotland

Historical and Descriptive Sketches of the Towns and Principal Villages in the Upper Ward of Renfrewshire (G. Fowler, Paisley, 1832)

HOLINSHED, Raphael
The Chronicles of England, Scotland and Ireland

HUNTER, William (1862)
Biggar and the house of Fleming: an account of the Biggar district, archaeological, historical and biographical

INGLIS, Harry (1898)
The ‘Contour’ road book of Scotland; a series of elevation plans of the roads, with measurements and descriptive letterpress

(NB: Numerous editions available after this date)

INNES, Cosmo
Origines parochiales Scotiae. The antiquities ecclesiastical and territorial of the parishes of Scotland

INSCH, George Pratt (1946, 3rd ed)
The Clyde: the elusive river

IRVING, George Irving (1864)
The upper ward of Lanarkshire described and delineated volume 2
The upper ward of Lanarkshire described and delineated volume 3

IRVING, Joseph (1885)
The West of Scotland in history: being brief notes concerning events, family traditions, topography, and institutions

JOHNSTON, JAMES BROWN (1892)
Place-names of Scotland

KER, John (1887)
A day in the upper ward of Clydesdale in Scottish nationality, and other papers

KIRKWOOD, Charles (John Menzies, Glasgow, 1884)
Kirkwood’s Dictionary of Glasgow and vicinity

KNOX, James (1921)
Airdrie: a historical sketch

LANG, Andrew (1905)
The Clyde mystery: a study in forgeries and folklore

LANG, Theo (ed) (1953)
Glasgow, Kyle and Galloway: the stories and pictures of all the places of interest in GLASGOW, LANARKSHIRE, RENFREWSHIRE, AYRSHIRE, WIGTOWNSHIRE and the STEWARTRY OF KIRKCUDBRIGHT (Queen’s Scotland series)

LEIGHTON,  John M.
Strath-Clutha; or, The beauties of Clyde

LOCHHEAD, Marion
On Tintock Tap: being Lowland and other tales for children

LOCKHART, Simon F MacDonald (1976)
Seven Centuries: the history of the Lockharts of Lee and Carnwath

MacDONALD, Hugh (1860)
Rambles round Glasgow: descriptive, historical, and traditional

MACGEORGE, Andrew (1880)
Old Glasgow the place and the people. From the Roman occupation to the eighteenth century

MacGIBBON, David and ROSS, Thomas (1887)
The castellated and domestic architecture of Scotland from the twelfth to the eighteenth century, volume one

The castellated and domestic architecture of Scotland from the twelfth to the eighteenth century, volume two

The castellated and domestic architecture of Scotland from the twelfth to the eighteenth century, volume three

The castellated and domestic architecture of Scotland from the twelfth to the eighteenth century, volume four

The castellated and domestic architecture of Scotland from the twelfth to the eighteenth century, volume five

MacGREGOR, George (1881)
The history of Glasgow from the earliest period to the present time

McHARDY, Stuart (2005, rev ed)
On the trail of Scotland’s myths and legends

MACKENZIE, Peter (1890)
Old reminiscences of Glasgow and the west of Scotland vol 1

Old reminiscences of Glasgow and the west of Scotland vol 2

MACKINLAY, James Murray (1893)
Folklore of Scottish lochs and springs

MACKINLAY, James Murray (1904)
Influence of the Pre-Reformation church on Scottish place-names

MACKINLAY, James Murray (David Douglas, Edinburgh, 1910)
Ancient Church dedications in Scotland volume 1 Scriptural dedications
Ancient Church dedications in Scotland volume 2 Non-scriptural dedications

MACLEAN, Magnus (1901)
Archæology, education, medical, & charitable institutions of Glasgow

McLEAN, Angus (1901)
Local industries of Glasgow and the west of Scotland

M’Nayr, James (Glasgow, 1797).
A guide from Glasgow to some of the most remarkable scenes in the Highlands of Scotland and to the Falls of Clyde

MACPHERSON, John (Macmillan, London, 1871)
Our baths and wells : the mineral waters of the British islands with a list of sea bathing places

M’URE, John (1830)
The history of Glasgow

M’URE, John (1873)
Glasghu Facies: a view of the City of Glasgow; or, an account of its origin, rise, and progress …

MALLOCH, D. Macleod (1913)
The book of Glasgow anecdote

MARTIN, Daniel (1999)
Upper Clydesdale: a history and a guide

MARWICK, James (Scottish Burgh Records Society, Glasgow, 1909)
The River Clyde and the Clyde Burghs – the City of Glasgow and its old relations with Rutherglen, Renfrew, Paisley, Dumbarton, Port-Glasgow, Greenock, Rothesay and Irvine

MARWICK, James, Edited by Robert Renwick (James Maclehose and Son, Glasgow, 1911)
Early Glasgow, a history of the City of Glasgow from the earliest times to the year of 1611

MAVOR, William (1809)
The British tourists; or, Traveller’s pocket companion, through England, Wales, Scotland, and Ireland. Comprehending the most celebrated tours in the British Islands

MAXWELL, Gordon
Excavations at the Roman fort of Crawford, Lanarkshire

McLELLAN, Duncan (1894)
Glasgow public parks

METCALFE, William M (Alexander Gardner, 1905)
A history of the county of Renfrew from the earliest times

MILLAR, W.J. (1888)
The Clyde from its source to the sea, its development as a navigable river, the rise and progress of marine engineering and shipbuilding on its banks, and the leading historical, geological, and meteorological features of the Clyde Valley

MILLER, Andrew (1864)
The rise and progress of Coatbridge and surrounding neighbourhood

MILLER, Joyce (Goblinshead, Musselburgh, 2000)
Myth and magic: Scotland’s ancient beliefs and sacred places

MITCHELL, Arthur PSAS, vol 120, 1901
A list of the travels, tours, journeys, voyages, cruises, excusrions, wanderings, rambles, visits, etc, relating to Scotland

MITTON, G.E. (ed.) (A&C Black, London 1915)
Black’s guide to Glasgow and the Clyde

MORER, Thomas (London, 1702).
Short Account of Scotland

MUIR, James (1899); edited arranged and supplemented by Benjamin Taylor
Glasgow streets and places: notes and memoranda

NAISMITH, John (1798)
General view of the agriculture of the county of Clydesdale. With observations on the means of its improvement

NAISMITH, Robert (1885)
Stonehouse: historical and traditional

NAISMITH, W (1878)
Naismith’s hand-book of Hamilton and neighbourhood

The New Picture of Scotland, 2 vols, (Perth, 1807).

NIMMO, A (1882)
Songs and ballads of Clydesdale

ORR, T. (1925)
Historic and descriptive sketches of the joint burgh of Motherwell and Wishaw

PAGAN, James (1847)
Sketch of the History of Glasgow

Photographic views of Glasgow Cathedral and City (Valentine, 1910)

PLAYFAIR, James (Peter Hill, Edinburgh, 1809)
A system of geography ancient and modern in six volumes, volume II

POCOCKE, Richard (1887)
Tours in Scotland 1747, 1750, 1760

PORTEOUS, James Moir (1876)
‘God’s treasure-house in Scotland’; a history of times, mines, and lands in the southern highlands

PRIMROSE, James (James Maclehose, Glasgow, 1913)
Mediaeval Glasgow

RAMSAY, Edward Bannerman (1861)
Reminiscences of Scottish life and character

RANKIN, W. (1874)
Notices, Historical, Statistical and Biographical, Relating to the Parish of Carluke, from 1288 till 1874

REID, George (Edinburgh, 1886)
The river Clyde: twelve drawings

RENWICK, Robert (1908)
Glasgow memorials

Report of the Commissioners for Inquiring into Matters relating to Public Roads in Scotland (1859)

RITSON, Joseph (1828)
Annals of the Caledonians, Picts, and Scots: And of Strathclyde, Cumberland, Galloway, and Murray, volume one

Annals of the Caledonians, Picts, and Scots: And of Strathclyde, Cumberland, Galloway, and Murray, volume two

Statistical accounts of Scotland

The rivers of Great Britain, descriptive, historical, pictorical; rivers of the south and west coasts (1897)

Sanitary inquiry, Scotland: Reports on the sanitary condition of the labouring population of Scotland, in consequence of an inquiry directed to be made by the Poor Law Commissioners (1842)

ROBERTSON, Joseph (1814)
The traveller’s guide through Scotland, and its islands

ROGERS, Charles (1871)
Monuments and monumental inscriptions in Scotland volume 1

ROGERS, Charles (1872)
Monuments and monumental inscriptions in Scotland volume 2

ROGERS, Charles (1884)
Social life in Scotland from early to recent times volume 1

Social life in Scotland from early to recent times volume 2

Social life in Scotland from early to recent times volume 3

ROSS, William (David Bryce and Son, Glasgow, 1883)
Busby and its neighbourhood, including the parishes of Carmunnock, East Kilbride, Mearns and Cathcart: being historical notices in four lectures

Scotland Delineated, or a Geographical Description of every shire in Scotland (Edinburgh, 1791).

SCOTTISH RECORD SOCIETY (1898)
The burgesses and guild brethren of Glasgow, 1751-1846

The Scottish tourist and itinerary or A guide to the scenery and antiquities of Scotland and the Western Islands (Edinburgh, 1827).

SENEX (D Robertson, Glasgow, 1864)
Old Glasgow and its environs: historical and topographical

SHADOW (George Cruikshank) (Glasgow, 1858)
Midnight scenes and social photographs: being sketches of life in the streets, wynds, and dens of the city

SHARPE, Charles Kirkpatrick (Thomas D Morison: Glasgow, 1884)
A historical account of the belief in witchcraft in Scotland

SKENE, William Forbes (1867)
Chronicles of the Picts, chronicles of the Scots, and other early memorials of Scottish history

SMITH, John Guthrie (1886)
The parish of Strathblane and its inhabitants from early times : a chapter in Lennox history

SOMERVILLE, Thomas (John K Mackinlay, Glasgow, 1891)
George Square, Glasgow; and the lives of those whom its statues commemorate

STEWART, George (James Maclehose, Glasgow 1881)
Curiosities of Glasgow citizenship; as exhibited chiefly in the business career of its old commercial aristocracy

STIRLING, KENNY and co (1838)
The Scottish tourist, and itinerary; or, a guide to the scenery and antiquities of Scotland and the Western Isles

STODDART, Sir John (1801)
Remarks on local scenery & manners in Scotland during the years 1799 and 1800

STRANG, John (1857)
Glasgow and its clubs: or Glimpses of the condition, manners, characters, and oddities of the city, during the past and present centuries

STUART, Robert (1848)
Views and notices of Glasgow in former times

TAYLOR, Charles (William Hodge, Glasgow, 1902)
Partick past and present

THOMSON, J H; edited by  HUTCHISON, Matthew (1903)
The martyr graves of Scotland

THOMSON, Thomas (Edinburgh, 1833)
A diurnal of remarkable occurrents that have passed within the country of Scotland since the death of King James the Fourth till the year M.D.LXXV from a manuscript of the sixteenth century, in the possession of Sir John Maxwell of Pollock, Baronet

The Traveller’s Guide Through Scotland and its Islands (Edinburgh and London, 1814)

The Traveller’s Guide, or a Topographical Description of Scotland (Edinburgh, 1798).

WALLACE, Andrew (Thomas D Morison, Glasgow, 1889)
Popular traditions of Glasgow; historical, legendary and biographical

WELFARE, H.G. (1974)
A bronze-age cemetery at Ferniegair, Lanarkshire

WESTWOOD, Jennifer and KINGSHILL, Sophia (2009)
The lore of Scotland: a guide to Scottish legends

WOOD, John (Edinburgh, 1822)
Descriptive account of the principal towns in Scotland: to accompany Wood’s town atlas