Journal of the Edinburgh Bibliographical Society – No 13 2018


  • Foreword By Joseph Marshall – p11
  • The National Library of Scotland’s Calderwood Manuscript: Wod.Fol.VIII, its Copyist, and its Verse by Janet Hadley Williams – p15
  • Cultivating the Classics ‘in a cold climate’: The Foulis Press and Academy in Glasgow by Craig Lamont – p45
  • The Library of the Dalrymple Family of Newhailes: The Books Remaining at Newhailes by Murray C.T. Simpson – p67
  • The Cyclopaedia Saga: Pitfalls of Serial Publication in the Early Nineteenth Century by Margaret Joachim – p81


  • MARK PURCELL, The Country House Library (Robert L. Betteridge) – p105
  • ALLAN YOUNG AND PATRICK SCOTT, The Kilmarnock Burns: A Census (Robert L. Betteridge) – p107
  • SANDRO JUNG, The Publishing and Marketing of Illustrated Literature in Scotland, 1760-1825 (Stephen W. Brown) – p110
  • STEPHEN RAWLES, Denis Janot (fl. 1529-1544), Parisian Printer and Bookseller (Shanti Graheli) – p112
  • DAVID ATKINSON AND STEVE ROUD, ed., Street Literature of the Long Nineteenth Century: Producers, Sellers, Consumers (Anette Hagan) – p115
  • DENNIS C. RASMUSSEN, The Infidel and the Professor: David Hume, Adam Smith, and the Friendship That Shaped Modern Thought (Ralph McLean) – p118
  • ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON, Weir of Hermiston, ed. by Gillian Hughes (James L. Mitchell) – p121
  • ANDREW PETTEGREE, ed., Broadsheets: Single-Sheet Publishing in the First Age of Print (Kelsey Jackson Williams) – p124