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C.H. FIRTH, Oxford; SAMUEL RAWSON GARDINER, D.C.L., LL.D.;
Rev. W.D. MACRAY, Oxford; G.W. PROTHERO, Litt. D.

_Hon. Treasurer._

J.T. CLARK, Keeper of the Advocates' Library.

_Hon. Secretary._

T.G. LAW, LL.D., Librarian, Signet Library.

RULES

1. The object of the Society is the discovery and printing, under selected
editorship, of unpublished documents illustrative of the civil, religious,
and social history of Scotland. The Society will also undertake, in
exceptional cases, to issue translations of printed works of a similar
nature, which have not hitherto been accessible in English.

2. The number of Members of the Society shall be limited to 400.

3. The affairs of the Society shall be managed by a Council, consisting of
a Chairman, Treasurer, Secretary, and twelve elected Members, five to make
a quorum. Three of the twelve elected Members shall retire annually by
ballot, but they shall be eligible for re-election.

4. The Annual Subscription to the Society shall be One Guinea. The
publications of the Society shall not be delivered to any Member whose
Subscription is in arrear, and no Member shall be permitted to receive more
than one copy of the Society's publications.

5. The Society will undertake the issue of its own publications, _i.e._
without the intervention of a publisher or any other paid agent.

6. The Society will issue yearly two octavo volumes of about 320 pages
each.

7. An Annual General Meeting of the Society shall be held at the end of
October, or at an approximate date to be determined by the Council.

8. Two stated Meetings of the Council shall be held each year, one on the
last Tuesday of May, the other on the Tuesday preceding the day upon which
the Annual General Meeting shall be held. The Secretary, on the request of
three Members of the Council, shall call a special meeting of the Council.

9. Editors shall receive 20 copies of each volume they edit for the
Society.

10. The owners of Manuscripts published by the Society will also be
presented with a certain number of copies.

11. The Annual Balance-Sheet, Rules, and List of Members shall be printed.

12. No alteration shall be made in these Rules except at a General Meeting
of the Society. A fortnight's notice of any alteration to be proposed shall
he given to the Members of the Council.

PUBLICATIONS OF THE SCOTTISH HISTORY SOCIETY

_For the year 1886-1887._

1. BISHOP POCOCKE'S TOURS IN SCOTLAND, 1747-1760. Edited by D.W. KEMP.
(Oct. 1887.)

2. DIARY OF AND GENERAL EXPENDITURE BOOK OF WILLIAM CUNNINGHAM OF
CRAIGENDS, 1673-1680. Edited by the Rev. JAMES DODDS, D.D. (Oct. 1887.)

_For the year 1887-1888._

3. PANURGI PHILO-CABALLI SCOTI GRAMEIDOS LIBRI SEX.--THE GRAMEID: an heroic
poem descriptive of the Campaign of Viscount Dundee in 1689, by JAMES
PHILIP of Almerieclose. Translated and Edited by the Rev. A.D. MURDOCH.
(Oct. 1888.)

4. THE REGISTER OF THE KIRK-SESSION OF ST. ANDREWS. Part i. 1559-1582.
Edited by D. HAY FLEMING. (Feb. 1889.)

_For the year 1888-1889._

5. DIARY OF THE REV. JOHN MILL, Minister of Dunrossness, Sandwick, and
Cunningsburgh, in Shetland, 1740-1803. Edited by GILBERT GOUDIE, F.S.A.
Scot. (June 1889.)

6. NARRATIVE OF MR. JAMES NIMMO, A COVENANTER, 1654-1709. Edited by W.G.
SCOTT-MONCRIEFF, Advocate. (June 1889.)

7. THE REGISTER OF THE KIRK-SESSION OF ST. ANDREWS. Part ii. 1583-1600.
Edited by D. HAY FLEMING. (Aug. 1890.)

_For the year 1889-1890._

8. A LIST OF PERSONS CONCERNED IN THE REBELLION (1745). With a Preface by
the EARL OF ROSEBERY, and Annotations by the Rev. WALTER MACLEOD. (Sept.
1890.)

_Presented to the Society by the Earl of Rosebery_.

9. GLAMIS PAPERS: The 'BOOK OF RECORD,' a Diary written by PATRICK, FIRST
EARL OF STRATHMORE, and other documents relating to Glamis Castle (1684-
89). Edited by A.H. MILLAR, F.S.A. Scot. (Sept. 1890.)

10. JOHN MAJOR'S HISTORY OF GREATER BRITAIN (1521). Translated and edited
by ARCHIBALD CONSTABLE, with a Life of the author by AENEAS J.G. MACKAY,
Advocate. (Feb. 1892.)

_For the year 1890-1891._

11. THE RECORDS OF THE COMMISSIONS OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLIES. 1646-47.
Edited by the Rev. Professor MITCHELL, D.D., and the Rev. JAMES CHRISTIE,
D.D., with an Introduction by the former. (May 1892.)

12. COURT-BOOK OF THE BARONY OF URIE, 1604-1747. Edited by the Rev. D.G.
BARRON, from a MS. in possession of Mr. R. BARCLAY of Dorking. (Oct. 1892.)

_For the year 1891-1892._

13. MEMOIRS OF THE LIFE OF SIR JOHN CLERK OF PENICUIK, Baronet, Baron of
the Exchequer, Commissioner of the Union, etc. Extracted by himself from
his own Journals, 1676-1755. Edited from the original MS. in Penicuik House
by JOHN M. GRAY, F.S.A. Scot. (Dec. 1892.)

14. DIARY OF COL. THE HON. JOHN ERSKINE OF CARNOCK, 1683-1687. From a MS.
in possession of HENRY DAVID ERSKINE, Esq., of Cardross. Edited by the Rev.
WALTER MACLEOD. (Dec. 1893.)

_For the year 1892-1893._

15. MISCELLANY OF THE SCOTTISH HISTORY SOCIETY, First Volume--

THE LIBRARY OF JAMES VI., 1573-83. Edited by G.F. WARNER.

DOCUMENTS ILLUSTRATING CATHOLIC POLICY, 1596-98. T.G. LAW.

LETTERS OF SIR THOMAS HOPE, 1627-46. Rev. R. PAUL.

CIVIL WAR PAPERS, 1643-50. H.F. MORLAND SIMPSON.

LAUDERDALE CORRESPONDENCE, 1660-77. Right Rev. JOHN DOWDEN, D.D.

TURNBULL'S DIARY, 1657-1704. Rev. R. PAUL.

MASTERTON PAPERS, 1660-1719. V.A. NOEL PATON.

ACCOMPT OF EXPENSES IN EDINBURGH, 1715. A.H. MILLAR.

REBELLION PAPERS, 1715 and 1745. H. PATON. (Dec. 1893.)

16. ACCOUNT BOOK OF SIR JOHN FOULIS OF RAVELSTON (1671-1707).
Edited by the Rev. A.W. CORNELIUS HALLEN. (June 1894.)

_For the year 1893-1894._

17. LETTERS AND PAPERS ILLUSTRATING THE RELATIONS BETWEEN CHARLES II. AND
SCOTLAND IN 1650. Edited, with Notes and Introduction, by SAMUEL RAWSON
GARDINER, LL.D., etc. (July 1894.)

18. SCOTLAND AND THE COMMONWEALTH. LETTERS AND PAPERS RELATING TO THE
MILITARY GOVERNMENT OF SCOTLAND, Aug. 1651--Dec. 1653. Edited, with
Introduction and Notes, by C.H. FIRTH, M.A. (Oct. 1895.)

_For the year 1894-1895._

19. THE JACOBITE ATTEMPT OF 1719. LETTERS OF JAMES, SECOND DUKE OF ORMONDE,
RELATING TO CARDINAL ALBERONI'S PROJECT FOR THE INVASION OF GREAT BRITAIN.
Edited by W.K. DICKSON, Advocate. (Dec. 1895.)

20, 21. THE LYON IN MOURNING, OR A COLLECTION OF SPEECHES, LETTERS,
JOURNALS, ETC., RELATIVE TO THE AFFAIRS OF PRINCE CHARLES EDWARD STUART, by
the Rev. ROBERT FORBES, A.M., Bishop of Ross and Caithness. 1746-1775.
Edited from his Manuscript by HENRY PATON, M.A. Vols. i. and ii. (Oct.
1895.) _For the year_ 1895-1896.

22. THE LYON IN MOURNING. Vol. III. (Oct. 1896.)

23. SUPPLEMENT TO THE LYON IN MOURNING.--ITINERARY OF PRINCE CHARLES
EDWARD. With a Map. Compiled by W.B. BLAIKIE. (April 1897.)

24. EXTRACTS FROM THE PRESBYTERY RECORDS OF INVERNESS AND DINGWALL FROM
1638 TO 1688. Edited by WILLIAM MACKAY. (Oct. 1896.)

25. RECORDS OF THE COMMISSIONS OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLIES (continued) for
the years 1648 and 1649. Edited by the Rev. Professor MITCHELL, D.D., and
Rev. JAMES CHRISTIE, D.D. (Dec. 1896.)

_For the year_ 1896-1897.

26. WARISTON'S DIARY AND OTHER PAPERS--JOHNSTON OF WARISTON'S DIARY, 1639.
Edited by G.M. PAUL. THE HONOURS OF SCOTLAND, 1651-52. C.R.A. HOWDEN. THE
EARL OF MAR'S LEGACIES, 1722, 1726. Hon. S. ERSKINE. LETTERS BY MRS. GRANT
OF LAGGAN. J.R.N. MACPHAIL. (Dec. 1896.)

_Presented to the Society by Messrs. T. and A. Constable._

27. MEMORIALS OF JOHN MURRAY OF BROUGHTON, SOMETIME SECRETARY TO PRINCE
CHARLES EDWARD, 1740-1747. Edited by R. FITZROY BELL, Advocate. (May 1898.)

28. THE COMPT BUIK OF DAVID WEDDERBURNE, MERCHANT OF DUNDEE, 1587-1630.
With the Shipping Lists of the Port of Dundee, 1580-1618. Edited by A.H.
MILLAR. (May 1898.)

_For the year_ 1897-1898.

29. THE DIPLOMATIC CORRESPONDENCE OF JEAN DE MONTEREUL AND THE BROTHERS DE
BELLIEVRE, FRENCH AMBASSADORS IN ENGLAND AND SCOTLAND, 1645-1648. Edited,
with Translation and Notes, by J.G. FOTHERINGHAM. Vol. I. (June 1898.)

30. THE SAME. Vol. II. (Jan. 1899.)

_For the year_ 1898-1899.

31. SCOTLAND AND THE PROTECTORATE. LETTERS AND PAPERS RELATING TO THE
MILITARY GOVERNMENT OF SCOTLAND, FROM JANUARY 1654 TO JUNE 1659. Edited by
C.H. FIRTH, M.A. (March 1899.)

32. PAPERS ILLUSTRATING THE HISTORY OF THE SCOTS BRIGADE IN THE SERVICE OF
THE UNITED NETHERLANDS, 1572-1782. Edited by JAMES FERGUSON. Vol. I. 1572-
1697. (Jan. 1899.)

33, 34. MACFARLANE'S GENEALOGICAL COLLECTIONS CONCERNING FAMILIES IN
SCOTLAND; MSS. in the Advocates' Library. 2 vols. Edited by J.T. CLARK,
Keeper of the Library. (To be ready shortly.)

_Presented to the Society by the Trustees of the late Sir William Fraser,
K.C.B._

_For the year_ 1899-1900.

35. PAPERS ON THE SCOTS BRIGADE. Vol. II. 1698-1782. Edited by JAMES
FERGUSON. (Nov. 1899.)

36. JOURNAL OF A FOREIGN TOUR IN 1665 AND 1666, AND PORTIONS OF OTHER
JOURNALS, BY SIR JOHN LAUDER, LORD FOUNTAINHALL. Edited by DONALD CRAWFORD,
Sheriff of Aberdeen, Kincardine, and Banff. (May 1900.)

37. DISPATCHES OF PAPAL ENVOYS TO QUEEN MARY DURING HER REIGN IN SCOTLAND.
Edited by the Rev. J. HUNGERFORD POLLEN, S.J.

_In preparation._

PAPERS ON THE SCOTS BRIGADE. Vol. III.

THE DIARY OF ANDREW HAY OF STONE, NEAR BIGGAR, AFTERWARDS OF CRAIGNETHAN
CASTLE, 1659-60. Edited by A.G. REID from a manuscript in his possession.

MACFARLANE'S TOPOGRAPHICAL COLLECTIONS. Edited by J.T. CLARK.

A TRANSLATION OF THE STATUTA ECCLESIAE SCOTICANAE, 1225-1556, by DAVID
PATRICK, LL.D.

SIR THOMAS CRAIG'S DE UNIONE REGNORUM BRITANNIAE. Edited, with an English
Translation, by DAVID MASSON, LL.D., Historiographer Royal.

RECORDS OF THE COMMISSIONS OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLIES (_continued_),
for the years 1650-53.

REGISTER OF THE CONSULTATIONS OF THE MINISTERS OF EDINBURGH, AND SOME OTHER
BRETHREN OF THE MINISTRY FROM DIVERS PARTS OF THE LAND, MEETING FROM TIME
TO TIME, SINCE THE INTERRUPTION OF THE ASSEMBLY 1653, WITH OTHER PAPERS OF
PUBLIC CONCERNMENT, 1653-1660.

PAPERS RELATING TO THE REBELLIONS OF 1715 AND 1745, with other documents
from the Municipal Archives of the City of Perth.

A SELECTION OF THE FORFEITED ESTATES PAPERS PRESERVED IN H.M. GENERAL
REGISTER HOUSE AND ELSEWHERE. Edited by A.H. MILLAR.

A TRANSLATION OF THE HISTORIA ABBATUM DE KYNLOS OF FERRERIUS. By ARCHIBALD
CONSTABLE, LL.D.

DOCUMENTS RELATING TO THE AFFAIRS OF THE ROMAN CATHOLIC PARTY IN SCOTLAND,
from the year of the Armada to the Union of the Crowns. Edited by THOMAS
GRAVES LAW, LLD.

THE LOYALL DISSUASIVE. Memorial to the Laird of Cluny in Badenoch. Written
in 1703, by Sir AENEAS MACPHERSON. Edited by the Rev. A.D. MURDOCH.

CHARTERS AND DOCUMENTS RELATING TO THE GREY FRIARS AND THE CISTERCIAN
NUNNERY OF HADDINGTON. Edited by J.G. WALLACE-JAMES, M.B.

NEGOTIATIONS FOR THE UNION OF ENGLAND AND SCOTLAND IN 1651-53. Edited by C.
SANDFORD TERRY, M.A.

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