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Scottish Catholic Archives

The Scottish Catholic archives are in  Columba House, 16 Drummond Place, Edinburgh EH3 6PL.  The Curator is Andrew Nicoll, Telephone Number

0131 556 3661.

 

Further information on sources can be obtained from the Bibliography of the following two books:

 

Scalan: The Forbidden College, 1716-1799 by Dr John Watts  I.S.B.N. 1 86232 037 3

Developments in the Roman Catholic Church in Scotland 1789-1829 by Dr Christine Johnson I.S.B.N. 0 85976 092 8

The Innes Review

INDEX OF AUTHORS AND ARTICLES:

Volumes 1-40 @The Innes Review

 ADAMS, SIMON

The release of Lord Darnley and the failure of the Amity. 38, 123-153.

ADAMSON, MARGOT R.

The point of view of Du Croc. 5, 77-78.

The ordination of John Knox. 6, 99-102.

ANDERSON, DAVID M.

Hermitages in Logie Parish. 18, 58-59.

ANDERSON, MARJORIE O.

The Celtic Church in Kinrimund. 25, 67-76.

ANDERSON, WILLIAM JAMES

The ordination of John Knox. 6,103-104.

Ambula Coram Deo. The journal of Bishop Geddes for the year 1790. Part Second.

6,131-143.

Narratives of the Scottish Reformation, I. Report of Father Robert Abercrombie,

S.J., in the year 1580. 7, 27-59.

John Knox as registrar. 7, 63.

‘The Protestant's Trial.’ 7, 63.

Narratives of the Scottish Reformation, II. Thomas Innes on Catholicism in

Scotland, 1560-1653. 7, 112-121.

William Ballentine, Prefect of the Scottish Mission. 1653-1661. 8, 19-20.

Narratives of the Scottish Reformation, III. Prefect Ballentine's Report, circa

1660. Part One. 8, 39-66.

Report of Fr. Abercrombie: a correction. 8, 69.

'Presbyteries Trial.' 8, 86-90.

Narratives of the Scottish Reformation, IV. Prefect Ballentine's Report. Part

Two. 8, 99-129.

Three sixteenth century Scottish missals. 9, 204-209.

Review: A Profest Papist, Bishop John Cordon. 9, 217-220.

Rome and Scotland, 1513-1625. 10, 287-294.

Andrew Lundy's Primer. 11, 39-51.

Review:Anson, A Monastery in Moray. The Story of Pluscarden Priory, 1230-1948.

11, 69-70

Abbe Paul Macpherson's History of the Scots College, Rome. 12, 3-172.

John Knox at Dieppe. 13,104.

Review: Caffney, The Lordship of Strathavon. 13, 110-112.

Archives of the Archdiocese of Birmingham - a few items of Scottish Catholic

interest. 13, 221-224.

Some notes on Catholic education for Scottish children in pre-Emancipation days.

14, 38-45.

A letter from Bishop Gregoire. 14, 76-79.

Chancellor Reid's Celtic psalter. 14, 79-83.

The College for the Lowland District of Scotland at Scalan and Aquhorties.

Registers and documents. 14, 89-212.

'A Jesuit that calls himself Ogilvie'. 15, 56-65.

An Aberdeen liturgical fragment. 15, 91-92.

Sir William Drummond-Stewart and the Chapel of St. Ant(,)nv the Eremite at

Murthly. 15, 151-170.

The rule of the Scots College, Madrid, 1647. 15, 189-191.

F. S. Cordon and his contribution to the history of Scottish Catholicism. 16,

18-26.

Nidaros and Aberdeen. 16, 130-134.

George Buchanan's Paschal Lamb. 16,139-144.

David Downie and the 'Friends of the People'. 16, 165-179.

On the early career of james Beaton 11, Archbishop of Glasgow. 16, 221-224.

Father Callus Robertson's edition of the New Testament, 1792. 17, 48-59.

Sir Gregor Macgregor, Cacique of Poyais. 17, 60-63.

Clergy lists of the Highland District, 1732-1828 (with F. Forbes). 17, 129-184.

Ecumenism in Ardnamurchan, 1790. 17,188-192.

The Edinburgh Highland Chapel and the Rev. Robert Menzies. 17,195-198.

The autobiographical notes of Bishop John Geddes. 18, 36-5@.

Bishop Hay and Patrick Wogan. 18, 61-64.

The Scots College, Paris. Seal and book plates. 18, 64-66.

William Thomson of Dundee, Friar Minor Conventual. 18, 99-111

Frater Jacobus Maxwell, Scotus. 18, 142-144.

Catholic family worship on Deeside in 1691. 18, 151-156.

Catholic Dundee, 1787-1836. 19, 74-7,5.

ANSON, PETER F.

Catholic church building in Scotland from the Reformation until the outbreak of

the First World War, 1560-1914. 5, 125-140.

ASH, MARINELL

David Bernham, Bishop of St. Andrews, 1239-1253. 25, 3-14.

ASHWORTH, E. J.

A note on an early printed Logic text in Edinburgh University library. 30,

77-79.

ASPINWALL, BERNARD

Some aspects of Scotland and the Catholic revival in the early nineteenth

century. 26, 3-19.

Orestes A. Brownson and Father William Cumming. 27, 35-41.

David Urquhart, Robert Monteith and the Catholic Church: a search for justice

and peace. 31, 57-70.

Robert Monteith and Orestes Brownson: a Transatlantic connection. 33, 75-76.

A Glasgow pastoral plan 1855-1860: social and spiritual renewal. 35, 33-36.

The formation of the Catholic community in the West of Scotland. 33, 44-57.

BACKMUND, NORBERT

The Premonstratensian Order in Scotland. 4, 25-41.

BARDGETT, F. D.

Dilapidation of church property in Angus after 1560. 40, 3-23.

Review: Mullan, Episcopacy in Scotland: the History of an Idea. 40, 162-165.

BARROW, G. W. S.

From Queen Margaret to David 1: Benedictines and Tironians. 11, 22-38.

The idea of freedom in late medieval Scotland. 30, 16-34.

Review: Macfarlane, William Elphinstone and the Kingdom of Scotland, 1431-1514:

the Struggle for Order. 37, 100-101.

Review: Cruden, Scottish Medieval Churches. 39, 156-157.

BARRY, JOHN C.

William Hay of Aberdeen: a sixteenth-century Scottish theologian and canonist.

2, 82-99.

BELI,ENCER, DOMINIC

The arrival of the French exiled clergy in Scotland. 35, 41-43.

BONAVENTURE, BRO. (see Miner, John N.)

BORTHWICK, ALAN

An addition to Scotia Pontificia. 39, 61-63.

BOYLE, ALEXANDER

St. Ninian and St. Monenna. 18, 147-151.

Saint Ninian: some outstanding problems. 19, 57-70.

The Miracula Nynie Episcopi. 19, 71-74.

St. Ninian or Ringan. 19, 173-175.

St. Servanus and the manuscript tradition of the life of St. Kentigern. 21,

37-45,

A Hebridean Cisiojanus (with D. McRoberts). 21, 108-123.

St. Cadroe in Scotland. 31, 3-6.

The early Scottish Church: notes and suggestions. 35, 37-39.

Some identifications of Scottish saints (with M. Dilworth). 35, 39-41.

BRENTANO, R. J.

William of Dunkeld. 3, 129-130.

The Whithom vacancy of 1293-1294. 4, 71-83.

BROADIE, ALEXANDER

William Manderston and Patrick Hamilton on freewill and grace. 37, 25-35.

BROWN, A. L.

The Cistercian abbey of Saddell, Kintyre. 20, 130-137.

The priory of Coldingham in the late fourteenth century. 23, 91-

BURNS, CHARLES

Curious altar-dedication at Dunkeld. 9, 215-216.

Two Scottish bishops consecrated at the Third Lateran Council. 11, 68.

New light on the'Bulla' of the Council of Basle. 15, 92-95.

The 'Schedario Baumgarten'. 15, 97.

Scottish bishops at the General Councils of the late Middle Ages. 16,135-139.

A Scottish Benedictine in Florence in 1435. 18, 59-61.

Papal gifts to Scottish monarchs: the Golden Rose and the Blessed Sword.

20,150-194.

The second draft of Fasti. 22, 32-55.

A calendar of Scottish documents in the Missioni collection of the Vatican

archives. 24, 51-68.

Additions to the Fondo Missioni handlist. 33, 31-43.

BURNS, J. H.

Three Scots Catholic critics of George Buchanan. 1, 92-109.

The Scotland of John Major. 2, 65-76.

New light on John Major. 5, 83-100.

John Ireland and'The Meroure of Wyssdome'. 6, 77-98.

The ordination of John Knox. 6, 102-103.

The political background of the Scottish Reformation. 10, 199-236.

Scottish churchmen and the Council of Basle. 13, 157-189.

CAMPBELL, DONALD A.

The dedication of Arrochar Church. 8, 67.

CAMPBELL, JOHN L.

Some notes and comments on 'The Irish Franciscan Mission to Scotland', by the

Rev. Cathaldus Giblin, O.F.M.. 4, 42-48.

The letter sent by lain Muideartach, twelfth Chief of Clanranald, to Pope Urban

VIII, in 1626. 4, 110-116.

The MacNeils of Barra and the Irish Franciscans. 5, 33-38.

The sources of the Gaelic Hymnal, 1893. 7, 101-111.

North and South Uist and Barra in Prefect Ballentine's Report.9, 214-215.

The MacNeils of Barra in the Forty-five (with C. Eastwick). 17, 82-90.

Blairs College in 1883: by Mgr Canon William MacMaster. 40, 72-75.

CANT, RONALD G.

The building of St. Andrews Cathedral. 25, 77-94.

CAPALDI, 1. G.

'Busillis'. 18, 142.

CHADWICK, H.

An important letter on Blessed John Ogilvie, S.I.. 15, 182-183.

CLARKE, PATRICIA.

Review:Broadie, The Circle of John Mair: Logic and Logiciansin Pre-Reformation

Scotland. 39, 69-70.

CLANCY, MICHAEL P.

Review:The Court of the Official in Pre-Reformation Scotland.36, 99-101.

COWAN, EDWARD J.

The Scottish Chronicle in the Poppleton Manuscript. 32, 3-21.

COWAN, IAN B.

Two early Scottish taxation rolls. 22, 6-11.

The early ecclesiastical history of Edinburgh. 23, 16-21.

The Roman connection: prospects for Counter-Reformation during the personal

reign of Mary, Queen of Scots. 38, 105-122.

CUNNINCHAM, JOHN

Church administration and organisation. 29, 73-91.

DAROWSKI, ROMAN

John Hay, S.J., and the origins of philosophy in Lithuania. 31, 7-15.

DARRACH, JAMES

The Catholic population of Scotland since the year 1680. 4, 49-59.

James Edmund Handley, 1900-1971. 22, 3-5.

The imprisonment in London of Prefect Ballantyne, 1656. 26,121123.

Two letters on Charles Eyre in the Talbot Correspondence. 27, 87-96.

Siegfried Sassoon lunches with John Gray, October, 1917. 27, 163.

The Catholic population of Scotland, 1878-1977. 29, 211-247.

David McRoberts, 1912-1978. 30, 3-15.

DELL, RICHARD F.

Some fragments of medieval MSS in Glasgow City Archives. 18, 112-117.

DILWORTH, MARK

Catholic Clengairn in the early nineteenth centurv. 7, 11-23, 87-100.

Two necrologies of Scottish Benedictine abbeys in Germany. 9, 173-203.

Prayer book of Mary Queen of Scots. 15, 96-97.

Scottish Benedictines at Wurzburg: a supplement to the necrology. 15, 171-181.

The first Scottish monks in Ratisbon. 16, 180-198.

The Brockie forgeries. 16, 220-221.

Two Scottish pilgrims in Germany. 18, 19-24.

'Germania Christiana': a seventeenth century trilogy. 18, 118-140.

Scottish students at the Collegium Germanicum. 19, 15-22.

Book of Hours of Mary of Guise. 19, 77-80.

A book from Ratisbon library. 19, 169-170.

The Scottish Mission in 1688-1689. 20, 68-79.

George and Audomarus John Asloan: monks and missionaries. 22, 47-50.

The Blind Harper and Catholicism. 22, 113-11

Coldingham Priory and the Reformation. 23, 115-137.

Rev. William James Anderson, M.A., 1894-1972. 24, 3-5.

Literacy of pre-Reformation monks. 24, 71-72.

Ninian Winzet: some new material. 24, 125-132.

The original 'lndiculus Monasteriorum'. 24,149-150.

The Augustinian Chapter of St. Andrews. 25, 15-30.

Dependent priories of St. Andrews. 26, 56-64.

Religious orders in Scotland, 1878-1978. 29, 92-109.

Review: Canning, Irish-born Secular Priests in Scotland, 1829-1979. 31, 95-96.

Review: Thornton, Williain Maxwell to Robert Burns. 32, 55-56.

Review: Kay (ed.), Odyssey: Voices from Scotland's recent past.32, 103-104.

Archbishop Beaton's papers in the Scottish Catholic Archives. 34, 3-8.

Reviews: Cowan, The Scottish Reformation: Church and Societyin sixteenth century

Scotland. Somerville (ed.), Scotia Pontificia: Papal Letters to Scotland before

the Pontificate of Innocent III; Cruickshanks, Ideology and Conspiracy: Aspects

of Jacobitism, 1689-1759; Cooney, Scotland and the Papacy 34, 43-46,47-48.

Three documents relating to John Ogilvie. 34, 51-56.

Some identifications of Scottish saints (with A. Boyle). 35, 39-91.

John Gray: additions to bibliography. 37, 48.

The commendator system in Scotland. 37, 51-72.

Reviews:Campbell, Canna: the Story of a Hebridean Island;

Thomson (ed.), The Companion to Gaelic Scotland. 37, 101-103;

Darragh, The Catholic Hierarchy of Scotland: a biographical list, 1653-1985. 37,

106-107.

Abbott Gilbert Brown:a sketch of his career. 40, 153-158.

DOCHERTY, HENRY

The Brockie forgeries. 16, 79-127.

DOCHERTY, IAN

Cardinal Erskine and the Cardinal Duke of York. 16, 217-218.

DONALDSON, CORDON

The parish clergy and the Scottish Reformation. 10, 5-20.

DONOVAN, ROBERT KENT

The expression of anti-Catholic feeling in Scotland, 1778-1781. 30, 62-76.

DORAN,WENDY

Bishop Thomas Nicolson: first Vicar-Apostolic 1695-1718. 39, 109-132.

DOYLE, A. 1.

A Scottish Augustinian psalter. 8, 75-85.

A fifteenth-century Scots will. 13, 217.

DUFFY, TIMOTHY

A contemporary portrait of Bishop Cameron. 27, 85-87.

George A. Griffin: a priest among antiquaries. 27, 127-161.

DUKES, PAUL

Paul Menzies and his mission from Muscovy to Rome, 1672-1674. 35, 88-95.

DURKAN, JOHN

Robert Wauchope, Archbishop of Armagh. 1, 48-65.

Rev. Alexander Gordon. 1, 68-70.

John Major: after 400 years. 1, 131-139.

The School of John Major: bibliography. 1, 140-157.

Review: Dickinson's edition of Knox, History of the Reformation in Scotland. 1,

158-161.

William Turnbull, Bishop of Glasgow. 2, 5-61. The Scottish Minims. 2, 77-81.

Scots College, Paris. 2, 112-113.

Florence Wilson's death: a correction. 3, 65-66.

Review: Dunlop, Life and Times of Bishop Kennedy. 3, 67-69.

The beginnings of Humanism in Scotland. 4, 5-24.

Review: Mackie, The Earlier Tudors. 4, 63-64 (as Ian McLaren).

The ordination of John Knox. 6,104-106 (as Ian McLaren).

St. Ailred and Paisley. 4, 61 (as Ian Johnson).

Scheves and Kinloss libraries: additions and a correction. 4, 119-121.

Robert Cockburn, Bishop of Ross, and French Humanism. 4,121-122.

St. Thomas More and his Scots friar. 5, 78 (as Ian Johnson).

Father Thomas Innes: lost papers. 5, 78 (as Robin McLaren).

Scots Carmelites and the French Reform. 5, 141-143 (as Ian Johnson).

Relic of Blessed John Ogilvie. 6, 148-149.

Scots in Salerno. 7, 123 (as Ian Johnson).

Paisley Abbey: attempt to make it Cistercian. 7, 60-62.

Hospital scholars in the Middle Ages. 7, 125-127.

The Aberdeen Benedictines: a ghost laid. 9, 220-221 (as Ian Johnson).

Early Scottish libraries (with A. Ross). 9, 5-167.

The Dominicans at the Reformation. 9, 216-217.

Education in the century of the Reformation. 10, 67-90.

Care of the poor: pre-Reformation hospitals. 10, 268-280.

The cultural background in sixteenth-century Scotland. 10, 382439.

Foundation of the Collegiate Church of Seton. 13, 71-76,

St. Andrews University medieval theological statutes: revised dating suggested.

13, 104-108.

The Sanctuary and College of Tain. 13, 147-156.

A note on Scottish medieval hospitals. 13, 217-218.

Scots at Franciscan General Chapter in Lisbon. 13, 218-219.

Paisley Abbey and Glasgow Archives: some new direction. 14, 46-53.

Cardinal Farnese and a possible Scots Livy original. 14, 74.

Laurence of Lindores' scientific writings. 14, 79.

Buchanan's judaising practices. 15, 186-187.

A sixteenth-century monastic letter. 15, 188-189.

George Lockhart. 15, 191-192.

St. Salvator's College, Castle inventory. 16, 128-130.

Scots national feeling at Constance and Siena. 17, 63-65.

Three manuscripts with Fife associations: and David Colville of Fife. 20, 47-58.

David Colville: an appendix. 20, 138-149.

Notes on Glasgow Cathedral. 21, 46-76.

John Ogilvie's Glasgow associates. 21, 153-156.

Two Jesuits: Patrick Anderson and John Ogilvie. 21,157-161.

A Minims obituary. 21,161-163.

John Francis Maitland: Minim. 21,163-164.

The career of John Brown, Minim. 21, 164-169.

Brown's confession. 21,169-170.

Notes on Scots in Italy - 1. 22, 12-18.

Grisy burses at Scots College, Paris. 22, 50-52.

Missing cartularies: the Thomas Innes evidence. 22, 1 110-111,

The Bickertons: a Dominican connection. 23, 79-81.

Archbishop Robert Blackadder's will. 23, 138-148.

Archbishop Blackadder's will: corrigendum and addendum. 4,148-149

St. Andrews in the John Law Chronicle. 25, 49-62

The Great Fire at Glasgow Cathedral. 26, 89-92

Archbishop Blackadder's will. 26, 121

Some Scots in Rome. 27, 42-48.

Paisley Abbey in the sixteenth century. 27, 110-126.

John Grierson's book-list (with J. Russell). 28, 39-49.

Medieval Hamilton: ecclesiastical. 28, 51-53.

The identity of George Thomson, Catholic controversialist. 31, 45-46.

Some notes on William Chalmers, philosopher, Jesuit and Oratorian. 31, 47-48.

Bishop Robert Cockbum and the founder of the Minims. 32, 71.

Review: Lynch, Edinburgh and the Reformation. 34, 88-90.

The date of Alexander Montgomerie's death. 34, 91-92.

William Murdoch and the earlv Jesuit Mission to Scotland. 35, 3-11.

The Observant Franciscan Province in Scotland. 35, 51-57.

The library of Mary, Queen of Scots. 38, 71-104.

Edinburgh in 1611: Catholic sympathisers. 40, 158-161.

EASTWICK, C.

The MacNeils of Barra and the Forty-five (with J. L. Campbell). 17, 82-90.

EDBURY, PETER W.

Reviews: Macquarrie, Scotland and the Crusades, 1095-1560;

Cowan, Mackay and Macquarrie (eds.), The Knights of St John of Jerusalem in

Scotland. 36, 106.

EDMOND, LOUIS

Father Louis Edgar, C.P., the first Scottish Passionist. 16, 159164.

EDWARDS, OWEN DUDLEY

The Catholic press in Scotland since the restoration of the Hierarchy. 29,

156-182.

Patrick MacGill and the making of a historical source: with a handlist of his

works. 37, 73-99.

ELLIOTT, KENNETH

Another one of Thomas Wood's missing parts. 39,151-155.

FAHY, DERMOT

The historical reality of Saint Ninian. 15, 35-46.

FARMER, HENRY GEORGE

A lost Scottish liturgical fragment. 5, 141.

FERGUSON, PAUL C.

Clement V to Scone Abbey: an unprinted letter from the abbey cartularies. 40,

69-71.

FERCUSON, WILLIAM

Reviews: Swift and Gilley, The Irish in the Victorian City. Hartigan and

Hickman, The History of the Irish in Britain: a Bibliography. 39, 74-75.

FERRIE, HUGH

Some pre-Reformation Scots in Denmark. 3, 130-131.

FINNIE, ELAINE

The house of Hamilton: patronage, politics and the Church in the Reformation

period. 36, 3-28.

FITZPATRICK, THOMAS A.

Catholic education in Glasgow, Lanarkshire and South-west Scotland before 1872.

36, 86-96.

FLANAGAN, PHILIP

List of rectors or administrators at Scots College, Madrid. 4, 117118.

FORBES, ERIC C.

Ildephonse Kennedy, OSB (1722-1804) and the Bavarian Academy of Sciences. 32,

93-99.

FORBES, F.

Clergy lists of the Highland District, 1732-1828 (with W. I. Anderson).

17,129-184.

FOSTER, STEWART

Two nineteenth-century literary converts. 35, 96-97.

FURGOL, MARY

Review: Aspinwall, Portable Utopia: Glasgow and the United States, 1820- 1920.

35, 100.

GALLACHER, TOM

Scottish Catholics and the British Left, 1918-1939. 34, 17-42.

Review article: Soccer: the real opium of the people? Murray, The Old Firm:

Sectarianism, Sport and Society in Scotland. 36, 44-47.

Review: Kieman, Daniel Mannix and Ireland. 36, 102-104.

Reviews: Bruce, No Pope of Rome: Militant Protestantism in Modern Scotland, and

Firm in the Faith. 37, 104-106;

Pollard, The Vatican and Modern Fascism, 1919-32: a Study in Conflict;

Keogh, The Vatican, the Bishops and Irish Politics, 1919-39. 37107-108.

Reviews: Brown, The Social History of Religion in Scotland since 1730; Smith,

Passive Obedience and Prophetic Protest: Social Criticism in the Scottish Church

1830-1945. 40, 165-168.

GIBLIN, CATHALDUS

The 'Acta' of Propaganda Archives and the Scottish Mission, 1623-1670. 5, 39-76.

John Brown and John Francis Maitland, Scottish Minims. 6,145-148.

GILLAN, IAN, T.

A fifteenth-century manual fragment from St. Andrews. 6, 14-18.

GOODARE, JULIAN

Queen Marv's Catholic interlude. 38, 154-170.

GREENCRASS, M.

Mary, Dowager Queen of France. 38,171-194.

GUALDO, GERMANO

The earliest correspondence of Pope Paul II and King James III. 15, 117-121.

GWYNN, AUBREY

Some notes on the history of the Irish and Scottish Benedictine monasteries in

Germany. 5, 5-27.

HANDLEY, JAMES E.

French influence on Scottish Catholic education in the nineteenth century. 1,

22-34

The position of Catholics in social and economic history. 2, 100-108

Review: Pratt Insch, The Scottish Jacobite Movement. 3, 136-138.

Rev. Alexander Geddes, LL.D.. 6, 71.

Scottish portraits at Wurzburg. 6, 145.

Sir John Sinclair. 8, 5-18.

An incident at Bowhouse in 1761. 8, 132.

HARGREAVES, H.

Another Scottish medieval liturgical fragment. 31, 51-56.

HAWS, CHARLES H.

The diocese of Aberdeen and the Reformation. 22, 72-84.

HAY, GEORGE

A Scottish altarpiece in Copenhagen. 7, 5-10.

Sacrament house at Fowlis Wester. 15, 88.

Rossdhu Church and its Book of Hours (with D. McRoberts). 16, 3-17.

Notes on Glasgow Cathedral. 18, 95-98.

HAY,MALCOLM

Andrew Hay of Landes, in 1689. 3, 104-106.

Too little and too late. 6, 19-21.

HEPBURN, A. G.

A unique Innes item. 3,66.

A newly recorded book by William Hegate. 4,118-119.

HILL, GILBERT

The sermons of John Watson, Canon of Aberdeen. 15, 3-34.

HILL, ROSALIND

An English archbishop and the Scottish War of Independence 22, 59-71

HOGG, AELRED

Sidelights on the Perth Charterhouse. 19, 168-169.

HOLMES, P. J.

Mary Stewart in England. 38, 195-218.

HUMPHRIES, WALTER R.

A visit to Pluscarden in 1761. 3, 107-109.

Review: Hay, Failure in the Far East. 9, 211-214.

HUTCHISON, R. E.

The portrait of Cardinal Thomas Howard at Holyroodhouse. 23, 76-77.

JOHNSON, CHRISTINE

David Downie: a reappraisal. 31, 87-94.

Reviews: Hennesey, The Catholic Church in Prince Edward Island, 1729-1979;

MacKay, Scotland Farewell: the People of the Hector. 32,100-101.

Secular clergy of the Lowland District, 1732-1829. 34, 66-87. Scottish secular

clergy, 1830-1878: the Northern and Eastern Districts. 40, 24-68.

Scottish secular clergy, 1830-1878: the Western District. 40, 106-152.

JOHNSON, IAN (see Durkan, John)

St.Ailred and Paisley. 4, 61.

St. Thomas More and his Scots friar. 5, 78.

Scots Carmelites and the French Reform. 5, 141-143.

Scots in Salemo. 7, 123.

The Aberdeen Benedictines: a ghost laid. 9, 220-221.

JOHNSTON, ANGUS ANTHONY

A Scottish bishop in New Scotland. The Right Reverend William Fraser, second

Vicar Apostolic of Nova Scotia, first Bishop of Halifax and first Bishop of

Arichat. 6, 107-124.

KENNETH, BRO.

Sir David Lindsay, reformer. 1, 79-91.

The popular literature of the Scottish Reformation. 10, 295-310.

The Education (Scotland) Act, 1918, in the making. 19, 91-128.

KING, PETER

Coupar Angus and Citeaux. 27,49-69.

KIRBY, D. P.

Bede and the Pictish Church. 24, 6-25.

LACAILLE, A. D.

Notes on a Lochlomondside parish. 16, 147-158.

LAWLOR, JAMES M.

Benefactors of the early Glasgow Mission: 1793 and 1797, 35, 7232.

A letter of John Bosco to Charles Evre. 36. 97-99.

LYALL, RODERICK J.

Two of Dunbar's Makars: James Affleck and Sir John the Ross, 27, 99-109.

The medieval Scottish coronation service: some seventeenth century evidence.

28,3-21.

Scottish students and masters at the universities of Cologne and Louvain in the

fifteenth century. 36, 55-73.

LYNCH, MICHAEL

The origins of Edinburgh's 'Toun College': a revision article. 33, 3-14.

Reviews: Cowan and Shaw (eds.) The Renaissance and Reformation in Scotland:

Essays in honour of Gordon Donaldson; Donaldson, All the Queen's Men: Politics

and Power in Mary Stew art's Scotland. 35, 45-46.

Review: Dilworth, George Douglas: Priest and Martyr. 39, 73.

Introduction: Mary Stewart, Queen in Three Kingdoms (and editor). 38, 1-29.

MCBAIN, A. G.

The Bishop Hay Bequest Fund: a financial Mystery solved. 28, 50-51.

MCCAFFREY, JOHN

The Irish vote in Glasgow in the later nineteenth century: a Preliminary survey.

21, 30-36.

Politics and the Catholic community since 1878. 29, 140-155.

Review: Boyd, Scottish Church Attitudes to Sex, Marriage and the

Family. 32, 102-103.

Irish immigrants and radical movements in the West of Scotland in the early

nineteenth century. 39 46-60,

MCCLELLAND, VINCENT ALAN

Documents relating to the appointment of a Delegate-Apostolic for Scotland,

1868. 8, 93-98.

MCCLUSKEY, M.

The early life of Abbe Nicholas. 15, 187-188.

MACDONALD, ALASDAIR A.

Catholic devotion into Protestant lyric: the case of the Contemplacioun of

Synnaris. 35, 58-87.

The Bannatyne Manuscript - a Marian anthology. 37, 36-47.

MACDONALD, RODERICK

The 'Tin Cathedral' at Oban, 1868-1934. 15, 47-55.

The Highland District in 1764. 15, 140-150.

Catholics in the Highlands in the 1760s. 16, 218-220.

Bishop Scott and the West High ands. 17, 116-128.

The picture of the Madonna in St. Mary's, Fort William. 17, 193-195

The Catholic Gaidhealtachd. 29, 56-72.

MACDONELL, A.

The mass stones of Lochaber (with D . McRoberts)., 17, 71-81.

MACDOUGALL, NORMAN

The struggle for the priory of Coldingham, 1472-1488. 23, 102114.

Review: Dunlop and MacLauchlan (eds.), Calendar of Scottish Supplications to

Rome: volume iv (1433-1447). 35, 43-44.

MCEWAN,HUGH

A Scottish inscription on the Roman Catacombs. 7, 24-26.

'A Theolog Solempne', Thomas de Rossy, Bishop of Galloway. 8, 21-29

A water-colour of the old Scots College, Rome. 15, 86-87.

MCFADDEN, GEORGE.The Life of Waldef and its author, Jocelin of Furness. 6, 5-13.

MACFARLANE, LESLIE, J.

The Book of Hours of James IV and Margaret Tudor. 11, 3-21. 1

The primacy of the Scottish Church, 1472-1521. 20, 111-129.

Review, Barrow: Regesta Regum Scotorum, II: the Acts of WilliamI, King of Scots,

1165-1214. 22, 114-117.

The Rt. Rev. Mgr. Alexander MacWilliam, Ph.D., S.T.L. 39, 80.

MCGHEE, SUSAN

Carfin and the Roman Catholic Relief Act of 1926. 16, 56-78.

MCCLOIN, JAMES

Catholic Education in Ayr, 1823-1918. 13, 77-103, 190-216.

The Abbe Nicolas. 14, 10-29.

French prisoners of war. 15, 88-90.

Some refugee French clerics and laymen in Scotland, 1789-1814. 16, 27-55.

'To the Humane and Affluent Inhabitants of Paisley.' 18, 67-70,

MCCOLDRICK, WILLIAM

The Scots College, Madrid. 4, 92-109.

MCHARDY, JOSEPH

The priesthood of Knox. 7, 62-63.

MCHUGH,MARY

The religious condition of the Highlands and Islands in the mid eighteenth

century. 35, 12-21.

Review: Darragh, St. Agnes', Lambhill: a Centenary History. 36, 50.

MACIAN, D. J. (see McRoberts, David)

Review: Della Vida, George Strachan. 8, 131-132

Review: Mourret, History of the Catholic Church. 11,72-73.

MCKAY, DENIS

Parish life in Scotland, 1500-1560. 10, 237-267.

Parish clerks called Clark. 15, 95-96.

The election of parish clerks in medieval Scotland. 18, 25-35.

The duties of the medieval parish clerk. 19, 32-39.

'The four heid pilgrimages of Scotland'. 19, 76-77.

The induction of the parish clerk in medieval Scotland. 20, 5967.

MACKECNIE, JOHN

Review: Campbell, Gaelic in Scottish Education and Life, Past,Present and

Future. 4, 64-65.

MACKELLAIG, NEIL

A John Paul Jones tradition in the Hebrides. 17, 185-186.

MACKIE, PETER,

The foundation of the United Industrial School in Edinburgh: 'a bold

experiment'. 39, 133-150.

MCLAREN, ROBIN (see Durkan, John)

Review: Mackie, The Earlier Tudors. 4, 63-64.

Father Thornas Innes: lost papers. 5, 78.

The ordination of John Knox. 6,104-106.

MACLEAN, DUNCAN

Catholicism in the Highlands and Isles: 1560-1680. 3, 5-13.

MCMILLAN, JAMES

Scottish Catholics and the jansenist controversy: the case reopened. 32,22-33

Thomas Innes and the Bull'Unigenitus'. 33, 23-30.

Jansenists and anti-Jansenists in eighteenth century Scotland:

The Unigenitus quarrels on the Scottish Catholic Mission. 39, 12-45.

MCNEILL, W. A.

Documents illustrative of the history of the Scots College, Paris. 15, 66-85.

MCQUAID, J

Music and the administration after 1560. 3, 14-21.

MACQUEEN, JOHN

A lost Glasgow life of Saint Thaney (Saint Enoch). 6, 125-130.

Candida Casa. 7, 123-125.

The name Molendinar. 8, 67-69.

History and miracle stories in the biography of Nynia. 13, 115129.

Two versions of Henryson's Fabillis. 14, 3-9.

MACQUARRIE, ALAN

The ideal of the Holy War in Scotland, 1296-1330. 32, 83-92.

Anselm Adornes of Bruges: traveller in the East and friend of James III. 33,

15-22.

The career of Saint Kentigern of Glasgow: Vitae, Lectiones and glimpses of fact.

37. 3-24.

Review: Grant, Independence and Nationhood: Scotland, 13061469. 39, 65-68.

MCROBERTS, DAVID

The Scottish national churches in Rome. 1, 1 1 0 -130.

Scots College, Rome: students' dress. 2, 113-114.

Some sixteenth-century Scottish breviaries and their place in the history of the

Scottish liturgy. 3, 33-48.

Catalogue of Scottish medieval liturgical books and fragments. 3, 49-63.

110-128. George Strachan of the Mearns, an early Scottish Orientalist 3,

Addenda to catalogue of Scottish medieval liturgical books. 3, 131-135.

The first Catholic church in Moscow. 4, 61 -62.

Provost Skene's House in Aberdeen, and its Catholic chapel. 5, 119-124.

Ambula Coram Deo. The journal of Bishop Geddes for the year 1790. Part One.

6,46-68.

The Fetternear Banner. 7, 69-86; 8, 69-70.

Review: Della Vida, George Strachan. 8, 131-132 (as D. Mclan).

Review: Easson, Medieval Religious Houses in Scotland. 8,132134.

Review: Dillon, Catholic Ayrshire. 9, 221.

Notes on Scoto-Flemish artistic contacts. 10, 91-96.

Material destruction caused by the Scottish Reformation. 10, 126-172.

A sixteenth-century picture of St. Bartholomew from Perth. 10, 281-286.

Three bogus Trinitarian pictures. 11, 52-67.

Review: Cabel (ed.) Memoirs of a Renaissance Pope. 11,71-72 (as John Manson).

Review: Mourret, History of the Catholic Church. 11,72-73 (as D. J. Mclan).

St. Edmund in Scotland. 13, 219-220.

'Catholicity in Glasgow Thirty Years Ago'. 14, 54-71.

Scottish medieval chalice veils. 15, 103-116.

Was Blessed John Ogilvie a Highlander? 15, 183-185.

Rossd hu Church and its Book of Hours (with G. Hay). 16, 3-17.

The priesthood of John Knox. 16, 134-135.

Hermits in medieval Scotland. 16, 199-216.

Notes on Glasgow Cathedral. 17, 40-47.

The mass stones of Lochaber (with A. MacDonell). 17, 71-81.

The death of Father Francis White. 17, 186-188.

Review: Apted, The Painted Ceilings of Scotland. 18, 66-67.

Some post-Reformation chalices. 18, 144-146.

The Scottish Church and nationalism in the fifteenth century. 19, 3-14.

The boy bishop in Scotland. 19, 80-82.

Dean Brown's Book of Hours. 19,144-167.

A legendary fragment in the Scottish Record Office. 19, 3-14.

Two Hebridean liturgical items. 19, 170-173.

Scottish pilgrims to the Holy Land. 20, 80-106.

A Hebridean Cisiojanus (with A. Boyle). 21, 108-123.

An unnoticed Lismore document of 1531. 21, 80-81.

The manse of Stobo in 1542 - Part One. 22,19-31.

Historical needlework. 22, 52-55.

The manse of Stobo - Part Two. 22,101-109

The Rosary in Scotland. 23, 81-86.

A 'Continuatio Bedae' from Whithorn? 24, 69-71.

The death of St Kentigern of Glasgow. 24, 43-50.

'The Glorious House of St. Andrew'. 25, 95-157.

The Catholic Directory for Scotland, 1829-1975. 26, 93-120.

The Greek Bishop of Dromore. 28, 22-38.

The Scottish Catholic Archives, 1560-1978. 28, 59-128.

The restoration of the Scottish Catholic Hierarchy in 1878. 29, 3-29.

MACWILLIAM, ALEXANDER S.

Was there a convent in Aberdeen in 1698? 3, 64-65.

The Glasgow Mission, 1792-1799. 4, 84-91.

James Gibbs, architect, 1682-1754. 5, 101-103.

The Highland seminary at Lismore, 1803-1828. 8, 30-38.

Catholic Dundee: 1787 to 1836. 18, 75-87.

Fr. Rolfe and the Scots College, Rome. 21, 124-139.

The Jesuit Mission in upper Deeside, 1671-1731. 23, 22-39.

A Highland Mission: Strathglass, 1671-1777. 24, 75-102.

MADDEN, CRAIC

The feuing of Ettrick Forest. 27, 70-84.

MAHONEY, MATTHEW

The Scottish hierarchy, 1513-1565. 10, 21-66.

MANSON, JOHN (see McRoberts, David)

Review: Cabel (ed.) Memoirs of a Renaissance Pope. 11,71-72

MANZALOUI, M. A.

St. Bonaventure and the witches in Macbeth. 14, 72-74.

MEGAW, B. R. S.

Reviews: Dunbar and Fisher, Iona; Macquarrie, Iona through theAges, and Cilla

Bharra, the Church of St Finnbarr, Barra - a shorthistory. 36, 51-52.

MEIER, H. H.

A pre-Reformation biblical paraphrase. 17, 11-23.

MERRIMAN, M. H.

Mary, Queen of France. 38, 30-52.

MILL, ANNA J.

The Edinburgh Hammermen's Corpus Christi Herod pageant. 21, 77-80.

MINER, JOHN N. (Bro. Bonaventure)

The popular theology of John Ireland. 13, 130-146.

John Ireland and the Immaculate Conception. 17, 24-39.

Joseph Robertson and the Scottish Middle Ages. 32, 34-54.

MOONAN, LAWRENCE

Pavel Kravar and some writings once attributed to him. 27, 3-23.

MUIRHEAD, IAN A.

A Quignonez breviary. 14, 74-75. M. Robert Lockhart. 22, 85-100.

Catholic Emancipation: Scottish reactions in 1829. 24, 26-42. Catholic

Emancipation in Scotland: the debate and the aftermath. 24, 103-120.

MURRAY, ATHOL L.

The revenues of the Bishopric of Moray in 1538. 19, 40-56.

MURRAY, PETER J.

The excommurdcation of Edinburgh Town Council in 1558. 27, 24-34.

O'DEA, JOSEPH

Inventory of the Holy Cross Altar, Dumbarton, in the year 1449.17,60

OLDHAM, ARTHUR

Scottish polyphonic music. 13, 54-61.

PARMITER, GEOFFREY D. E. C..

Edmund Plowden as advocate for Mary Queen of Scots. 30,35-53

PRENTIS, MALCOLM D.

Scottish Roman Catholics in nineteenth-century Australia. 32, 58-70.

QUINN, JAMES

Ecumenism and Scottish Catholics. 29, 204-210.

RALEGH RADFORD, C. A.

The early cross and shrine of St. Mayhew, Cardross, Dumbartonshire. 17, 3-10.

REILLY, PATRICK

Catholics and Scottish literature. 29, 183-203.

ROBERTS, ALASDAIR

Catholic baptismal registers in the city of Aberdeen, 1782-1876 31,17-25.

Catholic marriage in eighteenth-century Scotland. 34, 9-16.

Review: Toomey, Alexander Macdonell: the Scottish Years, 1762-1804. 39, 70-73.

Gregor McCregor (1681-1740) and the Highland problem in the Scottish Catholic

Mission. 39, 81-108.

ROBERTSON, JAMES K.

Young Mr. Kyle and his circle. 1, 35-47.

The Bishop looks at his diocese. 3, 22-32.

Review: Handley, Scottish Farming in the Eighteenth Century. 4, 65-66.

ROSS, ANTHONY

Some Scottish Catholic historians. 1, 5-21.

Scots College, Paris. 1, 68.

The position of The Innes Review. 1, 77-78.

Review: Watt, John Knox in Controversy. 1, 161-163.

Early Scottish libraries (with J. Durkan). 9, 5-167.

Reformation and repression. 10, 338-381.

Incubi in the Isles in the thirteenth century. 13, 108-109.

The Scottish Conventual Franciscan province. 13, 220-221.

More about the Archbishop of Athens. 14, 30-37.

Appreciation of Bishop Hay's writings. 14, 83-85.

Three antiquaries: General Hutton, Bishop Geddes and the Earl of Buchan. 15,

122-139.

Libraries of the Scottish Blackfriars, 1481-1560. 20, 3-36.

Dominicans and Scotland in the seventeenth century. 23, 40-75.

Jean de Lapa, a Scottish Dominican lay-brother. 26, 53-55.

Development of the Scottish Catholic community, 1878-1978. 29, 30-55.

RUSSELL, JULIAN

John Crierson's book-list (with J. Durkan). 28, 39-49.

The Scots College at Douay in 1814. 33, 72-73.

SANDERSON, MARGARET H. B.

Catholic recusancy in Scotland in the sixteenth century. 21, 87107.

Quintin Kennedy in France. 23, 152.

Kin, Freindis and Servandis', the men who worked with Archbishop David Beaton.

25, 31-48.

SELLAR, W. DAVID H.

Warlords, holy men and the matrilineal succession: review article of Smyth,

Warlords and Holy Men: Scotland AD SO-1000. 36, 29-43.

SEWELL, BROCARD

Frederick William Rolfe at the Scots C ollege. 26. 20-26.

Some memories of John Gray by the Reverend Dominic Hart. 26, 80-88.

SHEAD, NORMAN F.

Benefactions to the medieval Cathedral and See of Glasgow. 21, 3-16.:

Two Scottish bishops consecrated at the Third Lateran Council a correction.

SHEARMAN, FRANCIS

'The Spanish Blanks'. 3, 81-103.

Fr. Crichton and the Spanish Blanks. 4, 60.

jarnes Wood of Boniton. 5, 28-32.

SHEARMAN, PETER J.

Father Alexander McQuhirrie, S.J.. 6, 22-45.

SIMPSON, GRANT C.

Three seals in the archives at Blairs College. 8, 91-92. e Church

Letters of Father Thomas Innes about the archives of th of Glasgow. 13, 62-70.

SIMPSON, JOHN

Review: johnson, Developments in the Roman Catholic Church inScotland,

1789-1829. 35, 47-48.

SMITH, BRIAN

In the tracks of Bishop Andrew Pictoris of Orkney and Henry Phankouth,

Archdeacon of Shetland. 40, 91-105.

SOMERVILLE, ROBERT

Two notes on Scotland and the medieval Papacy. 23, 149-152. Pope Alexander III

and King William I. 24, 121-124.

STEELE, MARGARET

Review: Hibbard, Charles I and the Popish Plot. 36, 48-49

STELL, GEOFFREY

Review:Breeze (ed.) Studies in Scottish Antiquity presented toStewart Cruden.

36, 104-105.

STEVENSON, ALEXANDER W. K.

Notice of an early sixteenth-century Scottish colony at Bergen-Op-Zoom and an

altar there once dedicated to St. Ninian. 26, 50-52.

STEVENSON, DAVID

The Irish Franciscan Mission to Scotland and the Irish Rebellion of 1641. 30,

54-61.

STEWART, MARION

Holland of the Howlat. 23, 3-15.

Holland's Howlat and the fall of the Livingstones. 26, 67-79.

STONES, E. L. C.

Notes on Glasgow Cathedral. 18, 88-92.

Notes on Glasgow Cathedral: the burials of medieval Scottish bishops. 20, 37-46.

Notes on Glasgow Cathedral. 21, 140-152.

STRINGER, KEITH

Dryburgh Abbey and Bozeat, Northants. 24, 133-147.

TALBOT, ERIC J.

An excavation of the site of the NW tower of St Mungo's Cathedral, Glasgow. 26,

43-49.

TAYLOR, MAURICE

The conflicting doctrines of the Scottish Reformation. 10, 97125.

TEMPLETON, D. A.

Review: Fuller, Alexander Geddes, 1737-1802: a Pioneer of Biblical Criticism.

36, 107-108.

THOMSON, J. A. F. Innocent VIII and the Scottish Church. 19, 23-31.

TODD, JOHN R.

Pre-Reformation cure of souls in Dunblane Diocese. 26, 27-42.

TOLHURST, J. B. L.

Notes on a printed monastic breviary used at Arbroath Abbey. 5, 104-118.

TREBLE, JAMES H.

The development of Roman Catholic education in Scotland, 1878-1978. 29,111-139.

The working of the 1918 Education Act in Glasgow Archdiocese. 31, 27-44.

VERSCHUUR, MARY BLACK

The Perth Charterhouse in the sixteenth century. 39, 1-11.

WALSH, JAMES F

Archbishop Manning's visitation of the Western District of Scotland in 1867. 18,

3-18.

WARD, DAVID F.

The Dundee Mission in 1804. 77, 46-47.

WHITFIELD, D. W.

A medieval choir book at St. Andrews. 6, 69-70.

WHITE, ALAN

Review: Macdougall (ed.) Church, Politics and Society: Scotland1408-1929. 35,

97-99.

Queen Mary's northern province. 38,53-70.

NOEL MACDONALD WILBY,

The 'Encreasce of Popery ' in the Highlands, 1714-1747. 17, 91-115.

Letter of Bishop Hay to Prince Charlie. 22, 111-113.

Father Albert Hope's mother. 23, 77-79.

WILLIAMS, MICHAEL E.

English manuscripts in Scottish archives: the legacy of an eighteenth century

friendship? 34, 93-95.

WILSON, P. A.

The cult of St. Martin in the British Isles. 19, 129-143.

WINNING, THOMAS

Church councils in sixteenth-century Scotland. 10, 311-337.

WOOD, IAN S.

John Wheatley, the Irish, and the Labour Movement in Scotland. 31, 71-85.

YELLOWLEES, MICHAEL J.

The ecclesiastical establishment of the Diocese of Dunkeld at the Reformation.

36, 74-85.

SCOTTISH CATHOLIC HISTORICAL COMMITTEE REPORTS

1,67; 2,109-111; 6,144; 7,122-123; 8,130-131; 9,210-211.

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