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Proposed third Statistical account of Scotland.

Scottish Council of Social Service.

Proposed third Statistical account of Scotland.

by Scottish Council of Social Service.

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Published by Scottish Council of Social Service in [Edinburgh .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Scotland -- Social conditions

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesStatistical account of Scotland, Proposed
    The Physical Object
    Pagination14 p.
    Number of Pages14
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16525917M

    This article examines the background and beginnings of the New Statistical Account of Scotland (NSA) of – 1 It developed out of a lengthy involvement with the Statistical Accounts of Scotland online service and a growing frustration at the extent to which the NSA has been overshadowed by its famous forebear, the First or Old Statistical Account (OSA) of –9. 2 While these Cited by: 1. The history of the county of Stirling has been determined, as has that of many areas, by its geography and, later, its geology, as much as by the character of its county has often been, like early Palestine, or, in modern times, Belgium, the battleground on which great forces met to reach decisions which have had national and international significance.

    Statistical Accounts of Scotland, Edinburgh, United Kingdom. likes. The two Statistical Accounts of Scotland, covering the s and the s, are among the best contemporary reports of life Followers: The Statistical Account of Scotland, known also as the Old Statistical Account, was compiled by Sir John Sinclair and published in twenty-one volumes between and Sinclair and his work are little known to statisticians today, but the Old Statistical Account remains a unique record for historians of demography, economics, and social.

    The two Statistical Accounts of Scotland, covering the s and the s, are probably the best contemporary reports of life in Scotland during the agricultural and industrial revolutions in Europe. They were written for each of over parishes in Scotland, usually by the Minister of the local Parish Church. See Caledonia Romana by Robert Stuart () and Rivet and Smith, The Place-Names of Roman Britain, Book Club Association, , pps. For Bertram's text, see Richard of Cirencester (the Appendix containing the Itinerary is on page , the Itineraries are detailed from p.


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The Statistical Accounts of Scotland are a series of documentary publications, related in subject matter though published at different times, covering life in Scotland in the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries. The Old (or First) Statistical Account of Scotland was published between and by Sir John Sinclair of New (or Second) Statistical Account of Scotland published under.

In order to run this service the browser needs HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript support. About this Item: First Edition, Volume Second (only), William Creech, Edinburgh,"Drawn up from the Communications of the Ministers of the Different Parishes"; pages; Leather-Bound Hardback: brown calf, spine panelled with raised bands and decorated in gilt, red lettering-piece; Disbound: lacks top board, lower board detached, lacks also the 'Tables of Mortality fronting the.

The Third Statistical Account Of Scotland The City Of Edinburgh [David Keir] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Third Statistical Account Of Scotland The City Of EdinburghAuthor: David Keir.

THE NEW STATISTICAL ACCOUNT OF SCOTLAND No XXI: County of Wigton Complete, part of county of Ross & Cromarty, map of Edinburghshire.

and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The Statistical Account of Scotland ', edited by Sir John Sinclair. 20 volumes. (Wakefield: EP Publishing, ) 'The New Statistical Account of Scotland'. 15 volumes. (Edinburgh: William Blackwood & Sons, ) 'The Third Statistical Account of Scotland'.

31 volumes. The Third Statistical Account of Scotland AYRSHIRE [John Strawhorn & William Boyd] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Third Statistical Account of Scotland AYRSHIREAuthor: John Strawhorn & William Boyd. The new statistical account of Scotland. Publication date Topics genealogy Publisher Edinburgh and London, W.

Blackwood and Sons Collection allen_county; americana Digitizing sponsor Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center Contributor Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center. - First Statistical Account of Scotland This volume parish-by-parish description of Scotland, published between andwas a work of great vision and organization.

'No Publication of equal information and curiosity has appeared in Great Britain since Dooms-day Book', noted one observer. Page - The magistrates of Glasgow then turned their attention to the Troon; and here they were again repulsed from a similar reason.

Inhowever, they succeeded in purchasing thirteen acres of ground from Sir Robert Maxwell of Newark, on which they laid out the town of Port-Glasgow, built harbours, and made the first dry or graving dock in Scotland. Easter Road is a main road in Edinburgh, the capital of is so called as it was known as the "Easter (eastern) road to Leith".

As maps of Edinburgh in the late 18th century show, it had a counterpart in "Wester Road" (now Broughton Road and Bonnington Road).

Until the creation of Leith Walk in the middle of the 17th century these were the two main routes from Leith to Edinburgh. The statistical account of Scotland: Drawn up from the communications of the ministers of the different parishes, Volume 2.

Sir John Sinclair. Creech, - Scotland. 0 Reviews. Preview this book. {Edited extract from the cover of the THIRD Statistical account} Between and Sir John Sinclair, Baronet, a north of Scotland landowner and Member of Parliament, arranged for the preparation and publication of an account of every parish in Scotland drawn up by its minister.

29 Novemberon ' A Modern Statistical Account of the Scottish People,' Mr. Kyd, C.B.E., Registrar-General for Scotland, expressed the view that a Third Statistical Account should be undertaken after the end of the war. He argued that a modern account would be of the greatest value both to historians and to administrators.

Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of Michigan and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Originally issued in 52 numbers beginning in March, v.

This blog has been set up to accompany the Statistical Accounts of Scotland Online Service. We use it to share interesting aspects of the Accounts, how they came to be, how they can and are being used by researchers and historians today, and we will also be using the blog to let you know about key updates to the Statistical Accounts of Scotland Online Service.

Statistical Accounts of Markinch Parish 1 THE ‘OLD’ STATISTICAL ACCOUNT. The volumes are headed ‘The Old Statistical Account of Scotland drawn up from the Communications of the Ministers of the Different Parishes by Sir John Sinclair, Bart.’ Details of the printer, as detailed on the inner leaf of the book - Edinburgh: PrintedFile Size: KB.

Three statistical accounts have been undertaken in Scotland: The first of these took place at the end of the 18th century under the direction of Sir John Sinclair of Ulbster, and was published in 21 volumes between and It is referred to as the 'Statistical Account of Scotland' and also as the 'Old' or 'First' statistical account.

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