BOEC Original Series: Contents

Volume I (1908)

  • Provisional List of Old Houses Remaining in High Street and Canongate of Edinburgh 
    By Bruce J. Home
  • The Embalming of Montrose 
    By John Cameron Robbie
  • The Pantheon: An Old Edinburgh Debating Society 
    By John A. Fairley
  • Sculptured Stones of Old Edinburgh: The Dean Group 
    By John Geddie
  • The Buildings at the East End of Princes Street and Corner of the North Bridge: A Chapter in the Early History of the New Town of Edinburgh 
    By William Cowan

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Volume II (1909)

  • Edinburgh at the Time of the Occupation of Prince Charles 
    By Walter Biggar Blaikie
  • The Flodden Wall of Edinburgh 
    By W. Moir Bryce
  • The Covenanters’ Prison in the Inner Greyfriars Yard, Edinburgh 
    By W. Moir Bryce
  • The Cannon-Ball House 
    By Bruce J. Home
  • The Sculptured Stones of Edinburgh: II. The West-end and Dalry Groups 
    By John Geddie
  • An Eighteenth Century Survival: The Wagering Club, 1775 
    By Jas. B. Sutherland
  • At the Back of St. James’s Square 
    By James Steuart
  • Edinburgh Street Traders and their Cries 
    By James H. Jamieson
  • Old Cellars and Relics Discovered During the Excavations for the New Chapel at St. Giles’ Cathedral 
    By Francis Caird Inglis
  • Statues of Justice and Mercy, From the Old Parliament House 
    By Thomas Ross, LL.D.

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Volume III (1910)

  • The Armorial Bearings of the City of Edinburgh 
    By Sir James Balfour Paul, LL.D., Lyon King of Arms
  • The Black Friars of Edinburgh 
    By W. Moir Bruce
  • An Account of the Friday Club, Written by Lord Cockburn, Together with Notes on Certain Other Social Clubs in Edinburgh 
    By Harry A. Cockburn
  • The Sculptured Stones of Edinburgh: III. Miscellaneous 
    By John Geddie
  • The History of Parliament Square: Being an Historical Notice of the Southern Precincts of the Church of St. Giles, Edinburgh 
    By Ralph Richardson
  • Lady Stair’s House 
    By Thomas B. Whitson

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Volume IV (1911)

  • George Drummond: An Eighteenth Century Lord Provost 
    By William Baird
  • The Sculptured Stones of Edinburgh: IV. Wrychtis-housis 
    By John Geddie
  • The Old Tolbooth: With Extracts from the Original Records 
    By John A. Fairley
  • An Old Edinburgh Monument Now in Perthshire 
    By Thomas Ross, LL.D.
  • The Society of Friendly Contributors of Restalrig 
    By Rev. W. Burnett
  • Recent Excavations and Researches at Holyrood 
    By W. T. Oldrieve

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Volume V (1912)

  • Saint Margaret of Scotland and Her Chapel in the Castle of Edinburgh 
    By W. Moir Bryce
  • The Site of the Black Friars’ Monastery from the Reformation to the Present Day 
    By William Cowan
  • The Old Tolbooth: Extracts from the Original Records 
    By John A. Fairley
  • Moubray House 
    By Andrew E. Murray
  • Letters from John Bonar to William Creech Concerning the Formation of the Speculative Society 
    By Rev. Henry Baton

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Volume VI (1913)

  • David’s Tower at Edinburgh Castle 
    By W. T. Oldrieve
  • The Incorporated Trade of the Skinners of Edinburgh, with Extracts from their Minutes, 1549-1603 
    By William Angus
  • The Old Tolbooth: Extracts from the Original Records 
    By John A. Fairley

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Volume VII (1914)

  • The Holyrood Ordinale: a Scottish Version of a Directory of English Augustinian Canons, with Manual and Other Liturgical Forms 
    Transcribed and Edited by Francis C. Eeles F.S.A.Scot., F.R.Hist.S.
    Rhind Lecturer in Archaeology, 1913-14


    • Preface
    • Introduction
      1. Method of Editing
      2. Description of the manuscripts
      3. Date of writing
      4. The purpose of the book
      5. Relation to other Service Books in general
      6. Relation to other Scottish Service Books
      7. Relation to English Augustinian Uses
      8. The preliminary matter and the Kalendar
      9. The Martyrology
      10. The Gospels and Homilies for reading in Chapter
      11. The Rule and the Augustinian Order
      12. Local historical matter
      13. The Ordinale
      14. The Manuale
      15. The Litany
      16. The Inventory
    • Text
      • Form of Bidding Prayer
      • At receiving Bretheren
      • Form of Absolution from Excommunication
      • Verses explaining order of Scripture Lessons and Books
      • Kalendar
      • Rules for ‘Histories’ in Divine Service
      • Forms of Excommunication and Absolution
      • Preces at the Day Hours
      • [Martyrology]
      • Gospels and Homiles for reading in Chapter
      • [The Rule of St.Augustine]
      • History of the foundation of Holyrood
      • On a miracle during its erection
      • History of the foundation of St.Mary’s Isle
      • Names of the abbots of Holyrood
      • Ordinale
      • Manuale:
        • Visitation of the Sick
        • The Commendation
        • Burial of the Dead
        • Reception of one brought for burial from outside
        • Procession to Cemetery in Commemoration of Departed
        • Blessing of Meat and Eggs
        • A General Blessing
        • Blessing of Food and Drink
        • For those on a Journey
        • On Saturdays at the Maundy
      • Litany
      • Inventory of Vestments and Ornaments, 1493
    • Appendix I
      • Collation of chief variations in rubrics of a thirteenth century Augustinian Brevary, Brit. Mus., MS. Harl. 5284A, corresponding to parts of the Holyrood Ordinale
    • Appendix II
      • Agreements between the Augustinian Canons of Guisborough and certain Scottish monestaries regarding deceased bretheren in an thirteenth century service book, Brit. Mus. MS. Add. 35,285.

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Volume VIII (1916)

  • The Magdalen Chapel, Cowgate, Edinburgh 
    By Thomas Ross and G. Baldwin Brown
  • The Visitation of the College of Edinburgh in 1690 
    By R. K. Hannay
  • The Old Tolbooth: Extracts from the Original Records 
    By John A. Fairley
  • John Wesley in Edinburgh 
    By W. Forbes Gray
  • The Ancient Regalia of Scotland 
    By W. Moir Bryce

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Volume IX (1916)

  • Incidents and Documents, A.D. 1513-1523 
    By R. K. Hannay
  • Shipping and the Staple, A.D. 1515-1531 
    By R. K. Hannay
  • Edinburgh Engravers 
    By John C. Guy
  • The Old Tolbooth: Extracts from the Original Records 
    By John A. Fairley
  • The Sedan Chair in Edinburgh 
    By James H. Jamieson

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Volume X (1918)

  • The Burgh Muir of Edinburgh from the Records 
    By William Moir Bryce, LL.D.
    President of the Club


    1. The Forest of Drumselch and the Burgh Muir
    2. The Grange of St. Giles
    3. The Estate of Bruntsfield
    4. The Lands of Whitehouse
    5. The Muir — David I. to James IV.
    6. The King’s Charter of 1508
    7. The Flodden Campaign
    8. The Magistrates and their Juristiction
    9. The Convent of Saint Catherine of Siena
    10. King James V. and the Burgh Muir
    11. St. Roque’s Chapel and the Lands of Canaan
    12. The Great Plague of 1585
    13. The Wester Burgh Muir
    14. The Easter Burgh Muir
    15. The Fellowship and Society of Brewers of Ale and Beer in Edinburgh
    16. Bruntsfield Links
    17. The South or Burgh Loch

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Volume XI (1922)

  • Map of Edinburgh in the Mid-Eighteenth Century 
    By Henry F. Kerr
  • The Old Tolbooth: Extracts from the Original Records 
    By John A. Fairley
  • Shelley in Edinburgh 
    By Walter Edwin Peck (M.A., Columbia)
  • On the Antecedents of the College of Justice 
    By R. K. Hannay
  • The Tailors’ Hall, Cowgate 
    By Thomas Ross, G. Baldwin Brown, W. Forbes Gray

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Volume XII (1923)

  • Notes on the Names of the Closes and Wynds of Old Edinburgh 
    By Charles B. Boog Watson
  • The Old Tolbooth: Extracts from the Original Records 
    By John A. Fairley
  • The Maps of Edinburgh, 1544-1851 
    By William Cowan
  • Measured Drawings of Lawnmarket and Castlehill made by Thomas Hamilton, Architect 
    By F. C. Mears

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Volume XIII (1924)

  • The Building of the Parliament House 
    By R. K. Hannay and G. P. H. Watson
  • Bearford’s Parks 
    By William Cowan
  • List of Owners of Property in Edinburgh, 1635 
    By Charles B. Boog Watson

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Volume XIV (1925)

  • A Note on Huntly House 
    By William Cowan
  • The Old Tollbooth of Edinburgh 
    By Henry F. Kerr
  • The Canongate Crafts: An Agreement of 1610 
    By Annie I. Cameron
  • Mylne Square 
    By the late Irvine A. Stirling
  • The Sculpted Stones of the “Royal Mile” 
    By John Geddie
  • The Gardens of the Castle 
    By C. A. Malcolm
  • Some Inns of the Eighteenth Century 
    By James H. Jamieson
  • Reminiscences of a Town Clerk 
    Edited, with Introduction and Notes, by W. Forbes Gray

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Volume XV (1927)

  • The Domestic Affairs of the Burgh, 1554-1589 
    By Marguerite Wood
  • The Sanctuary of Holyrood 
    By Hugh Hannah
  • Sculpted Stones of the “Royal Mile”: II 
    By John Geddie
  • The Old Infirmary and Earlier Hospitals 
    By Robert Thin
  • The Burlaw Court of Leith 
    By David Robertson
  • The Melville Monument 
    By W. Forbes Gray

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Volume XVI (1928)

  • Extracts from Bannatyne Club Publications
    • Introduction 
      By W. Forbes Gray
    • A Diurnal of Occurrents, 1513-1575
    • Journal of the Siege of the Castle of Edinburgh, 1573
    • Historie and Life of King James the Sext, 1566-1596
    • Diary of John Nicoll, 1650-1667
    • Historical Notices of Scotish Affairs, 1661-1668 
      By Sir John Lauder of Fountainhall, Bart
    • Siege of the Castle of Edinburgh, 1689

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Volume XVII (1930)

  • Sir Daniel Wilson: The Man and his Work 
    By Hugh Hannah
  • ‘Cockpen House,’ Castlehill 
    By H. A. Cockburn
  • Sculptured Stones of the “Royal Mile”: III 
    By John Geddie
  • St. Paul’s Work 
    By Marguerite Wood
  • Gabriel’s and Other Old Roads 
    Compiled by Henry F. Kerr
  • Charles II. Statue, Parliament Square 
    By E. J. MacRae
  • The Incorporation of Candlemakers of Edinburgh, 1517-1884 
    By W. Forbes Gray
  • The General Register House 
    By Henry M. Paton

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Volume XVIII (1932)

  • Early Golf at Bruntsfield and Leith 
    By C. E. S. Chambers
  • State Ceremonials in Edinburgh in the Olden Time 
    By Francis J. Grant, C.V.O., LL.D., Lyon King of Arms
  • The Barony of Calton: Part I 
    By Henry M. Paton
  • George IV. Bridge and the West Approach 
    By David Robertson
  • Incorporation of Cordiners of the Canongate, 1538-1773 
    By C. A. Malcolm
  • Notes on Lands of High Riggs, Drumdryan, and Tollcross 
    By John Smith
  • The Quarrying of Salisburgh Crags 
    By W. Forbes Gray

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Volume XIX (1933)

  • The Hammermen of the Canongate: Part I 
    By Marguerite Wood
  • Social Assemblies of the Eighteenth Century 
    By James H. Jamieson
  • The Barony of Calton: Part II 
    By Henry M. Paton
  • Bonnington: Its Lands and Mansions 
    By John Russel
  • The Musical Society of Edinburgh and St. Cecilia’s Hall 
    By W. Forbes Gray

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Volume XX (1935)

  • The Grammar School of the Canongate 
    By H. M. Anderson
  • Dalry House: Its Lands and Owners 
    By John Smith
  • The Magistrates and Masters of Leith 
    By David Roberston
  • The Hammermen of the Canongate: Part II 
    By Marguerite Wood
  • An Eighteenth-Century Riding School 
    By W. Forbes Gray

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Volume XXI (1936)

  • General Index to the Book of the Old Edinburgh Club Volumes I-XX 
    Compiled by W. Forbes Gray F.R.S.E., F.S.A.Scot,
    Editor of the Club’s Publications

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A text version of Volume XXI is also available.

Volume XXII (1938)

  • The Royal Exchange and Other City Improvements 
    By W. Forbes Gray
  • A Note on the Hopetoun Monument 
    By W. M. Parker
  • The Edinburgh Charity Workhouse, 1740-1845 
    By Arthur Birnie
  • East and Wester Crofts of Bristo 
    By John Smith
  • The Incorporation of the Tailors of the Canongate 
    By W. H.Marwick
  • Medical Quacks in Edinburgh in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries 
    By Robert Thin
  • The Builder of Pilrig House 
    By John Russell
  • The New Town of Edinburgh – I 
    By F. C. Mears and John Russell
  • The Story of Craigentinny 
    By James Smith
  • Peter Williamson’s Broadside 
    By William J. Hay

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Volume XXIII (1940)

  • The New Town of Edinburgh – II 
    By F. C. Mears and John Russell
  • Gleanings from Scottish Exchequer Reports 
    W. Forbes Gray
  • The Story of Piershill 
    James Smith
  • The Neighbourhood Book 
    Marguerite Wood
  • Notes on an Old Lawsuit About Duddingston Mills 
    Henry M. Paton
  • St. Leonards Lands and Hospital 
    (John Smith), Henry M. Paton
  • Lord Kames and the North Bridge 
    Thomas McCrae

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Volume XXIV (1942)

  • Diary of George Sandy, Apprentice W.S., 1788 
    By Charles A. Malcolm
  • Historic Morningside: Lands Mansions and Celebrities 
    By William Mair
  • The Bore Stone 
    By Henry M. Paton
  • ‘All the Statelie Buildings of … Thomas Roberston’ — A Building Speculator of the Seventeenth Century 
    By Marguerite Wood
  • The Lands of Newington and their Owners 
    By W. Forbes Gray
  • Lands of St. Leonards: Southern Section 
    By Henry M. Paton
  • Cardinal Beaton’s Palace: Blackfriar’s Wynd 
    By Henry F. Kerr
  • Miscellany
    1. License to Travel
    2. The Mound
    3. Ross (Bristo) House
    4. Gayfield Square
    5. Canongate Church
    6. Tennis
    7. St. Leonard’s Land and Hospital
    8. The General Register House

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Volume XXV (1945)

  • The Weavers of Picardy 
    By John Mason
  • Notes on the History of Pilton 
    By W. Forbes Gray
  • Early Paper Making near Edinburgh 
    By Robert Waterson
  • Lands and Houses of Drumsheugh 
    By John Clark Wilson
  • Edinburgh Poll Tax Returns 
    By Marguerite Wood
  • Skene Drawings of Old Edinburgh 
    By Robert Butchart
  • Old Dovecotes in and around Edinburgh 
    By A. Niven Robertson
  • Miscellany
    1. Memories of Morningside
    2. Contracts for Tombstones
    3. Notes of a Visit to Edinburgh, 1778
    4. Porters and Tronmen
    5. Unrecorded Stone

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Volume XXVI (1948)

  • George Square: Annals of an Edinburgh Locality, 1766-1926, from Athentic Records 
    By Margaret Tait and W. Forbes Gray


    1. Historical Background
    2. Brown’s ‘Centrical Area’
    3. Surroundings in Bygone Times
    4. Famous Residents — North Row
    5. Famous Residents — West Row
    6. Famous Residents — South Row
    7. Famous Residents — East Row
    8. Celebrities and Unidentified Houses
    9. Note on the Architecture
    10. List of Inhabitants, 1766-1926

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Volume XXVII (1949)

  • Edinburgh in Lord Provost Drummond’s Time 
    By W. Forbes Gray
  • The Hermitage of Braid 
    By C. A. Malcolm
  • Edinburgh House Numbers 
    By Frank Cent
  • The Edinburgh School of Design 
    By John Mason
  • Old Sundials in and near Edinburgh 
    By A. Niven Robertson
  • An Edinburgh Diary 
    By Henry W. Meikle
  • Some Notes on the Early History of the Dean Orphan Hospital 
    By John Richardson
  • Miscellany
    1. Dovecotes 
      By A. Niven Robertson
    2. A Servitude Footpath 
      By Henry Tod, Junr.
    3. Friends Burial Place, Pleasance 
      By Miss E. Mein
    4. A Forgotten Grave 
      By F. Gent
    5. The Lochs of Drylaw 
      By W. Forbes Gray
    6. Two Old Edinburgh Characters 
      By Miss M Tait

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Volume XXVIII (1953)

  • The Minutes of the Trades Maiden Hospital 
    By Rev. Edwin S. Towill
  • James Ronaldson, Baker, Typefounder, Philanthropist, and his Connexions in and around Edinburgh 
    By Miss M. Tait
  • An Addition to Laing’s Chartulary of St. Giles 
    By Miss Marguerite Wood
  • St. John Street: An Early Civic Improvement 
    By the late W. Forbes Gray
  • Convoys to the Trade on the East Coast of Scotland 
    By Miss Helen Armet
  • Ice Houses of the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries 
    By A. Niven Robertson
  • The Notebook of Sir William Fettes, Bart. 
    By Miss Marguerite Wood
  • Charles II Lead Equestrian Statue, Parliament Square, Edinburgh 
    By A. G Forgie
  • William Forbes Gray: An Appreciation 
    By the Editor
  • Miscellany
    1. Echo of an Edinburgh Election 
      By Miss M. Tait
    2. A Peep at Edinburgh in the Summer of 1768 
    3. ‘Further Notes on Early Paper Making near Edinburgh’ (Corrigenda) 
      By Robert Waterston
    4. A French Emigré in Edinburgh in 1797 
      By J. W. Joyce

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Volume XXIX (1956)

  • The Minutes of the Merchant Maiden Hospital 
    By Rev. Edwin S. Towill
  • The Tron Church 
    By Miss Marguerite Wood
  • Notes on Rebuilding in Edinburgh in the Last Quarter of the Seventeenth Century 
    By Miss Helen Armet
  • Extracts from an Edinburgh Journal, 1823-1833: Part I (1823-1828) 
    By D. G. Moir
  • Miscellany
    1. The Society of Bowlers 
      By Miss Helen Armet
    2. Sentence by the Balies, 24th August 1738 
      By Miss Helen Armet
    3. The Loyal Edinburgh Spearmen 
      By Major H. P. E. Pereia

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Volume XXX (1959)

  • Treverlen, Duddingston and Arthur’ Seat 
    By G. W. S. Barrow
  • The Topography of the Water of Leith Village 
    By Basil C. Skinner
  • Allan Ramsay of Kinkeill’s Property on the Castlehill 
    By Helen Armet
  • William’s Hut 
    By Margaret Tait
  • Lost Opportunities: An Account of Some of Edinburgh’s Unrealised Projects 
    By R. Butchart
  • Extracts from the Journal of Jessy Allan, Wife of John Harden, 1801-1811 
    By William Park
  • Shops in Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century Edinburgh 
    By W. H. Marwick
  • Extracts from an Edinburgh Journal, 1823-1833: Part II (1829-1833) 
    By D. G. Moir
  • Edinburgh Manuscripts in Possession of Edinburgh Public Libraries
  • Miscellany
    1. An Inventory of 1709 
      By Helen Armet
    2. The Origins of the Dean Bridge Project 
      By Basil C. Skinner

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Volume XXXI (1962)

  • The Tower of Merchiston: I. History 
    By Helen Armet
  • The Tower of Merchiston: II. Architecture 
    By Stuart Harris
  • George Heriot’s Hospital 
    By W. Douglas Simpson
  • An Old Edinburgh Club 
    By Alexander Clark
  • A Contemporary Account of the Royal Visit to Edinburgh, 1822 
    By B. C. Skinner
  • Edinburgh Manuscripts in the Possession of the University of Edinburgh Library
  • Miscellany
    1. Letters from Dr. Gregory and Sir Henry Raeburn 
      By John Richardson
    2. Clothing as a Pledge 
      By Helen Armet
    3. Siezure for Debt 
      By Helen Armet
    4. Disgraceful Conduct of a Burgess 
      By Helen Armet
    5. The Apprentice Agreement of Two Girls in 1638 
      By Helen Armet
    6. Lost Opportunities – Nor’ Loch 
      By R. Buchart
    7. Three More Huts 
      By Mararet Tait

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Volume XXXII (1966)

  • Map of the Siege of Leith, 1560 
    Gordon Donaldson
  • Two Notable Epidemics in Edinburgh and Leith 
    By H. P. Tait
  • Some Edinburgh Furniture Makers 
    By Francis Bamford
  • Edinburgh Castle, 1751-1753 
    By T. I. Rae
  • Teachers in Edinburgh in the Eighteenth Century 
    By Alexander Law
  • The Loyal Edinburgh Spearmen 
    By Helen Armet
  • George Combe and the 1836 Election for the Edinburgh University Chair of Logic 
    By A. Cameron Grant
  • The Dean Gardens 
    By Neil Bayne
  • Tollcross to Morningside in the Olden Days 
    By Andrew Patterson
  • Miscellany
    1. A Dispute Between Guild Brothers 
      By Helen Armet
    2. Edinburgh in the Pitcalnie Papers 
      By Miss R. R. Williamson Ross of Pitcalnie
    3. Early Inhabitants of George Square 
      By Margaret Tait

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Volume XXXIII (1969)

  • Part 1 (1969)
  • James Hossack – Honorary Secretary of the Old Edinburgh Club, 1953-1965
  • The Tower of Merchiston – A Supplementary Report 
    By Stuart Harris
  • Three Little-Known Early Drawings of Edinburgh Castle 
    By John G. Dunbar
  • The Recollections of Lindsay Rae – Bowmaker to the Royal Company of Archers 
    By Sir James Fergusson
  • The Edinburgh Branch of the Scottish National Union of Cabinet and Chair Makers, 1833-1837 
    By Ian MacDougall
  • James McLaren, Schoolmaster 
    By The late Miss Elizabeth Hume Ross
  • Municipal Politics in Victorian Edinburgh 
    By W. H. Marwick
  • The Edinburgh Literary Institute 
    By W. H. Marwick
  • The Bible Land Manuscript
  • The Scottish Marine Station for Scientific Research, Granton, 1884 to 1903 
    By W. N. Boog Watson
  • Miscellany
    1. Edinburgh in the Pitcalnie Papers again
  • Part 2 (1971)
  • Extracts from the Diary of the Rev. David Aitken, D.D. 1864-1875 
    By R. G. Heddle
  • The Edinburgh Skating Club 
    By Margaret Elliot
  • Part 3 (1972)
  • The Balm-Well of Saint Catherine, Liberton 
    By W. N. Boog Watson
  • Dr Thomas Latta 
    By Alastair H. B. Masson
  • The Mercat Cross of Edinburgh 
    By Stuart Harris
  • The Edinburgh, Leith and Newhaven Railway 
    By Angus Graham
  • Three Edinburgh Microscope Makers: John Finlayson, William Roberston and John Clark 
    By D. J. Bryden
  • “Hamilton Place Academy” 
    A Prospectus of 1859
  • Appreciations

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Volume XXXIV (1974 & 1979)

  • Part I (1974)
  • The Regality and Barony of Broughton: Some of its Characters and Personalities, 1592-1600 
    By Andrew H. Anderson
  • Survey of the Development of Edinburgh 
    By Dr Marguerite Wood
  • Part 2 (1979)
  • Early Baths and Bagnios in Edinburgh 
    By the late W. N. Boog Watson
  • John Knox in the Bishop of Dunkeld’s “Great Lodging” 
    By W. Stanford Reid
  • Excavations on the Site of the Chapel of St Mary and St James, Newhaven 
    By J. C. Wallace
  • Edinburgh’s Village Suburbs, 1800-1939 
    By Alan J. Strachan
  • Boswell’s Court, Castlehill 
    By Philip L. Wilson
  • John Adams, Debtor 
    By R. E. Scott
  • Edinburgh University’s Extension Scheme of 1874 
    By Peter D. Savage
  • Part 3 (1983)
  • Road Administration in Midlothian in the Early Eighteenth Century 
    By R. G. Heddle

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Volume XXXV (1981 & 1985)

  • Part 1 (1981)
  • A Schoolboy’s Diary for 1850 
    By Roy R. Campbell
  • Part 2 (1985)
  • Midlothian – or the Shire of Edinburgh? 
    By Professor G. W. S. Barrow
  • Mary Queen of Scots and Sir Simon Preston’s House 
    By Stuart Harris
  • The French Prisons in Edinburgh Castle 
    By N. G. Allen

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