The Edinburgh Bibliographical Society Transactions made up the second series of our regular publications and appeared in parts over six volumes 1938-2005. The following (except those marked ***) are still in stock. Free to members (postal charge of £5.00 for up to 3 publications per UK mailing). Please send your request with payment to the Treasurer. These are only available while stocks last.
|Volume VI, part 7 (2005)||M. C. SEYMOUR. Some Lydgate Manuscripts: The Troy Book.
DAVID SCHENCK. Directory of the Lithographic Printers of Scotland 1820-1870: Additions, Corrections and Revisions.
JOHANN GERRITSEN. The Gude and Godlie Ballatis (1597): An Alternative View.
A. A. MacDONALD. The Gude and Godlie Ballatis Once More
|Volume VI, part 6 (2004)||I. C. CUNNINGHAM. Sir James Balfour’s Manuscript Collection: The 1698 Catalogue and other sources.|
|Volume VI, part 5 (2002)||M. C. SEYMOUR. Some Lydgate manuscripts: The Siege of Thebes.
DANIEL WILLIMAN and KAREN CORSANO. Medieval Latin manuscripts in Scotland: some provenances
|Volume VI, part 4 (1998)||A. A. MACDONALD. The gude and godlie ballatis (1597): a ghost no more?
ROBERT DONALDSON. Fragments of the Aberdeen Breviary: further consideration.
W. R. OWENS and P. N. FURBANK. New light on John Pierce, Defoe’s agent in Scotland.
ROBERT DONALDSON. James Hamilton Louden 1910-1996.
ROBERT DONALDSON. Alexander Law 1904-1995.
|Volume VI, part 3 (1995)||ROBERT DONALDSON. Fragments of the Aberdeen Breviary.
JOHN MORRIS. A Bible bound at Restalrig in 1709.
BRIAN HILLYARD. Acquisitions of incunables by the Advocates’ Library before 1808.
|Volume VI, part 2 (1993)||BERTHOLD WOLPE. Caledonian miscellany.
J. D. FLEEMAN. Dr Johnson and Revd William Dodd.
TRISTRAM CLARKE. Politics and prayer books: The Book of Common Prayer in Scotland c. 1705-1714.
|Volume VI, part 1 (1990)||I. C. CUNNINGHAM. President’s foreword.
MURRAY C. T. SIMPSON. Some aspects of book purchasing in Restoration Scotland: two letters from James Fall to the Earl of Tweeddale, May 1678.
F. J. M. BLOM. The publications of Charles Leslie.
ROBERT DONALDSON. Ian Grant 1914-1990.
|Volume V, part 5 (1988) ***||WARREN MCDOUGALL. Copyright litigation in the Court of Session, 1738-1749, and the rise of the Scottish book trade.
IAN C. CUNNINGHAM. Two poems on the Virgin (National Library of Scotland, Adv. MS 18.5.14).
D. WYN EVANS. James Watson of Edinburgh: additions to the Bibliography.
A. D. C. SIMPSON. James Watson of Edinburgh and Sir Robert Sibbald.
JAMES R. SEATON. William Beattie, 1903-1986.
|Volume V, part 4 (1985)||ELIZABETH ANNE FRAME. The Copyright Collection of Music in the University Library, St Andrews: a brief account.
M. C. SEYMOUR. Some Lydgate manuscripts: Lives of SS. Edmund and Fremund and Danse Macabre.
BRIAN HILLYARD. Some seventeenth-century Scottish editions of Virgil.
PETER B. FRESHWATER. The elusive Andrew Brown.
A new edition of the works of David Hume.
|Volume V, part 3 (1983)||RONALD P. DOIG. Further notes on Gough’s British Topography.
JEROME MITCHELL. Hoccleve’s Minor poems: addenda and corrigenda.
IAN C. CUNNINGHAM. Beverland’s catalogue of manuscripts in England.
JOHN DURKAN. Medieval Scottish pressmarks.
ROBERT DONALDSON. An early printed fragment of the ‘Buke of the Howlat’ – addendum.
|Volume V, part 2 (1982)||D. WYN EVANS. James Watson of Edinburgh: a bibliography of works from his press 1696-1722.|
|Volume V, part 1 (1978).||JOHN DURKAN. Henry Scrimgeour, Renaissance bookman.
A. S. G. EDWARDS. Hoccleve’s Regiment of Princes: a further manuscript.
|Volume IV, part 7 (1974)||M. C. SEYMOUR. The manuscripts of Hoccleve’s Regiment of Princes.
|Volume IV, part 6 (1973)||PRISCILLA J. BAWCUTT. Gavin Douglas and the text of Virgil.
ROBERT HAY CARNIE. The Pitsligo Press of George Hay Forbes: some additions and corrections
IAN C. CUNNINGHAM. Bruce and Wallace (National Library of Scotland Advocates’Manuscript 19.2.2)
|Volume IV, part 5 (Session 1965/66)***||M. C. SEYMOUR. The English manuscripts of Mandeville’s Travels|
|Volume IV, part 4 (1996)||WILLIAM JAMES ANDERSON. The ‘Compassio Beate Maria’ in manuscript and print.
IAN C. CUNNINGHAM. Alexander Cuningham on the text of Tacitus.
G. THOMAS TANSELLE. The Columbian Lyre, 1828.
|Volume IV, part 3 (1963)||ALEXANDER LAW. William Perry, his Academy and printing press in Edinburgh, and his publications.
RONALD P. DOIG. A bibliographical study of Gough’s British topography.
|Volume IV, part 2***||MARIO M. ROSSI. Herbert of Cherbury’s Religio aici: a bibliographical note.
J. B. PRIMROSE. The Pitsligo Press of George Hay Forbes