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On The Scots Leid, The Law, The Legislators, Language and Literature By Michael Greenwell
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A collection of short articles but all on a theme of language and literature. The longest essay is on the Scots Language or Leid.
The Eneados translatit by Gavin Douglas, modrenised Vol. II By John Law
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A modernised reading text of Gavin Douglas’ early 16th century translation into Scots of Virgil’s Aeneid (or Eneados), based on the 1874 edition by John Small. The spelling is Modern... More > Scots and all difficult words are glossed in footnotes. Edited by the late John Law and completed by Caroline Macafee, who also provides an introduction in Vol. I. In two volumes.< Less
The Eneados translatit by Gavin Douglas, modrenised Vol. I By John Law
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A modernised reading text of Gavin Douglas’ early 16th century translation into Scots of Virgil’s Aeneid (or Eneados), based on the 1874 edition by John Small. The spelling is Modern... More > Scots and all difficult words are glossed in footnotes. Edited by the late John Law, and completed by Caroline Macafee, who also provides an introduction. In two volumes.< Less
Big Brother 2014: A Play in Twelve Scenes By Scot Lahaie
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BIG BROTHER 2014 is a techno-savvy blend of theater and media that takes its inspiration from George Orwell's dystopian novel 1984. The play is set in a not-too-distant future in a declining America... More > where political apathy has led to the rise of a secret organization whose express purpose is to control the nation through technological superiority. Big Brother’s immediate goal is to make America ungovernable by pitting its citizenry against itself until Marshall Law can be declared, effectively destroying the democracy from within. A young hacker named Spartacus mounts a one-man cyberwar against Big Brother, who in turn unleashes the full resources of the organization against him. The epic battle of wills that plays out across the Net ignites a grassroots uprising that promises to rekindle the flame of American democracy.< Less
Social Origins and Primal Law By James Jasper Atkinson
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Andrew Lang's Fairy Books are a series of twenty-five collections... More > of true and fictional stories for children, published between 1889 and 1913. The best known books of the series are the twelve collections of fairy tales, known as Andrew Lang's "Coloured" Fairy Books or Andrew Lang's Fairy Books of Many Colors. In all, the volumes feature 798 stories, besides the 153 poems in The Blue Poetry Book.Andrew Lang (1844–1912) was a Scots poet, novelist, and literary critic. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andrew_Lang%27s_Fairy_Books< Less
Contract Law Update 2010-2012 By Martin Hogg
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This is the second edition of 'Contract Law Update', a text aimed at providing summaries and analysis of major contract cases from Scottish and English law. The cases discussed include coverage... More > of: - Pre-contractual liability - Formation of contract - Incorporation of terms - Contractual interpretation - Implication of terms - Unfair terms - Remedies for breach of contract - Contract and unilateral promise - Contract and unjustified enrichment - The contract of agency The work will be of valuable assistance to both practitioners and law students.< Less
Only Fraud and Horses By David James Smith
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Author David Smith’s childhood near London, England, helped pave the way for the young boy to plough his own furrow in life. In Only Fraud and Horses, Smith narrates his story which includes... More > pieces of history, police, and horsemanship. In this memoir, Smith offers a humorous and poetic account of his skills, training, and professional positions from cadet to London policeman and to Scotland Yard detective and specialist. Only Fraud and Horses also shares representative sports details, contrasts Smith’s Scots ancestry, and links developing European history, the long dependence upon the horse, and his inherited skills as a competitive, natural horseman. With photographs and historical notes included, Smith reviews a lifetime collection of family records and shares his discoveries—starting from England with surnames of Smith and Brown and going back to the 1700s in the Highlands of Scotland before Mediterranean origins.< Less
Only Fraud and Horses By David James Smith
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Author David Smith’s childhood near London, England, helped pave the way for the young boy to plough his own furrow in life. In Only Fraud and Horses, Smith narrates his story which includes... More > pieces of history, police, and horsemanship. In this memoir, Smith offers a humorous and poetic account of his skills, training, and professional positions from cadet to London policeman and to Scotland Yard detective and specialist. Only Fraud and Horses also shares representative sports details, contrasts Smith’s Scots ancestry, and links developing European history, the long dependence upon the horse, and his inherited skills as a competitive, natural horseman. With photographs and historical notes included, Smith reviews a lifetime collection of family records and shares his discoveries—starting from England with surnames of Smith and Brown and going back to the 1700s in the Highlands of Scotland before Mediterranean origins.< Less
Only Fraud and Horses By David James Smith
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Author David Smith’s childhood near London, England, helped pave the way for the young boy to plough his own furrow in life. In Only Fraud and Horses, Smith narrates his story which includes... More > pieces of history, police, and horsemanship. In this memoir, Smith offers a humorous and poetic account of his skills, training, and professional positions from cadet to London policeman and to Scotland Yard detective and specialist. Only Fraud and Horses also shares representative sports details, contrasts Smith’s Scots ancestry, and links developing European history, the long dependence upon the horse, and his inherited skills as a competitive, natural horseman. With photographs and historical notes included, Smith reviews a lifetime collection of family records and shares his discoveries—starting from England with surnames of Smith and Brown and going back to the 1700s in the Highlands of Scotland before Mediterranean origins.< Less
Heraldry in Scotland By J. H. Stevenson
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“Heraldry in Scotland: including a recension of 'The law and practice of heraldry in Scotland' by the late George Seton. ", by Stevenson, J. H. (John Horne), 1855-1939, Seton, George,... More > 1822-1908. First published in 1914, Stevenson’s Heraldry in Scotland is said to be the most authoritative and most readable modern treatise on the legal and administrative aspects of Scots heraldry. The original two volumes were printed in a limited edition and are now hard to find and expensive to acquire. This faithfully reproduced facsimile brings together both volumes under one cover and at a more reasonable price. The format of the facsimile faithfully reproduces that of the originals produced over a century ago by J. H. Stevenson MBE, KStJ, KC (1855-1939), Unicorn, Pursuivant of Arms, advocate and genealogical lawyer.< Less