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Domestic life in Scotland, 1488-1688

John Warrack

Domestic life in Scotland, 1488-1688

a sketch of the development of furniture and household usage : (Rhind Lectures in Archaeology, 1919-20)

by John Warrack

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Published by Methuen & co. in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes index.

Statementby John Warrack.
SeriesRhind Lectures in Archaeology -- 1919-20
The Physical Object
Paginationxvi,213p., 16 plates ;
Number of Pages213
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21699006M

  In assessing ‘The Civilization of the Scottish Table’ no apologies are made for making extensive use of J. Warrack’s book – Domestic Life in Scotland –’ This somewhat fortuitous find in a collection of works relating to early Scottish furniture led to the conclusion that books giving great detail relating to Scotland. Domestic Life In Scotland By John Warrack First Edition. Hardcover, blue cloth board covers with gilt titles to spine. with 16 illustrations. Domestic Life In Scotland By John Warrack First Edition. Hardcover, blue cloth board covers with gilt pins.

  Warrack, John, ‘Domestic life in Scotland, a sketch of the development of furniture and household usage’, Methuen () Munimenta Alme Universitatis Glasguensis, Records of the University of Glasgow from its Foundation till , ed. by Cosmo Innes (Glasgow: the Maitland Club, ), I, p (entry no 51).   James S. Richardson, 'Oak Panels Presented to the Museum by the National Art Collections Fund,' Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, 71 (), pp. John Warrack, Domestic Life in Scotland, (London, ).

Colquhoun's ecclesiastical costume and vestments are enumerated and a list the plenishings the manse, including the oratour within his hous is given. Cf. Domestic Life in Scotland, , by John Warrack, " " Monastery Kinloss. () (Circa ) (') (!5°5) Andrews. () (Circa ) , pp. J. From John Warrack’s Domestic Life in Scotland, -”Scots themselves had a wry saying that when the Devil showed all the countries of the world to our Lord, he kept his “mickle thoomb” upon Scotland. Later John Cleveland, cited in Henry Grey Graham, The Social Life of Scotland in the Eighteenth Century, “Had Cain been Scot, God.


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