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1 Campbell, Duncan, and Alexander Macbain (editors) THE HIGHLAND MONTHLY, April 1892, No. 37 Vol. IV
Inverness Northern Chronicle 1892 Stapled Wraps Good to Very Good 
This issue contains Chapter I of "Willie Gillies," Part II of "The Estate of Bught, Inverness, and its Owners, 1771-1891," by C.Fraser-Mackintosh, Chapter IV of Captain Douglas Wimberley's "The Hospital of Inverness and Dunbar's Hospital, Wimberley's "Appendix to 'The 79th Highlanders in the Indian Mutiny Campaign, 1858,'" Part XIV of "Ireland Before the Conquest," by Sir Henry Cockburn MacAndrew, Part I of "Scenes of Long Ago" ("The Last of the Pensioners"), an article on books, and "Notes and News." 64 pages, advertisement stapled between front cover and first page. Moderate edgewear, sunned edges, light smudging. Internally tight and clean, this is a very uncommon item, fragile at the best of times. (C/BT) 
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2 Campbell, Duncan, and Alexander Macbain (editors) THE HIGHLAND MONTHLY, August 1892, No. 41 Vol. IV
Inverness Northern Chronicle 1892 Stapled Wraps About Very Good 
This issue contains "A Treacherous Friend" by Beinn-Na-Caillich, Chapter VIII of Captain Douglas Wimberley's "The Hospital of Inverness and Dunbar's Hospital," Part IV of William Mackenzie's "Gaelic Incantations, Charms, and Blessings of the Hebrides," two contributions from Fionn ("An Old Perthshire Song" and "Churchyard Watching," Part III of "Scenes of Long Ago" (this one Glenbeltane), Part III of Dr. Aitken's "The Social Life and Literature of the Borders," "Some Further Curiosities of Gaelic Proof-Reading," by Dr. Donald Masson, "Lines Dedicated to Mrs. Campbell of Dunstaffnage," by Lord Archibald Campbell, and a "New Books" section. Pages 257 through 320 inclusive, advertisement stapled between front cover and first page. Tops of pages 273 through 320 never opened, thus a copy never read in its entirety. Some edge sunning, light edgewear, some moderate staple rust, 1" slit at bottom right spine edge, light chipping to spine ends. This is a very uncommon item, fragile at the best of times, but in this instance fairly well preserved (although I wouldn't reef it open too far or read it in the bathtub). (C/BT) 
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3 Campbell, Duncan, and Alexander Macbain (editors) THE HIGHLAND MONTHLY, December 1892, No. 45 Vol. IV
Inverness Northern Chronicle 1892 Stapled Wraps Very Good 
This issue contains Chapters VII and VIII of "A Strange Revenge," Chapter XII of Captain Douglas Wimberley's "The Hospital of Inverness and Dunbar's Hospital," Caib I.'s "Fear A' Ghlinne," "A Little Picture" by M.O.W., Janet Sinclair Berger's "A Day at 'John O' Groats,'" "An Teampull Spioradail," by Le padruig Stiubhart, Part I of "A Ceilidh" by D.M., "Snatches of Song Collected in Badenoch," by T.S., and Notes. Pages 513 through 576 inclusive, advertisement stapled between front cover and first page, another between last page and rear cover. Sunned edges, 1" tear to bottom spine, moderate general wear. This is a very uncommon item, fragile at the best of times. (C/BT) 
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4 Campbell, Duncan, and Alexander Macbain (editors) THE HIGHLAND MONTHLY, January 1893, No. 46 Vol. IV
Inverness Northern Chronicle 1893 Stapled Wraps Good to Very Good 
This issue contains Chapters IX and X of D. Nairne's "A Strange Revenge," "The First Lord Reay," by Murray Rose, the conclusion of Captain Douglas Wimberley's "The Hospital of Inverness and Dunbar's Hospital," Part II of D.M.'s "A Ceilidh," "Quern Songs" by Fionn, Part I of J.A.G.'s Through Darkest Inverness-shire by Rail and Road," an article on the previous year's progress in Celtic literature and study, and Notes. An unread copy, with top edges of all signatures unopened. Pages 577 through 640 inclusive, with two advertisement pages (one between front cover and page 577, the other between page 640 and back cover). Some edgewear, sunning to cover edges, 2" tear to bottom spine, 1" abrasion at middle spine. A fragile item in decent shape. (C/BT) 
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5 Campbell, Duncan, and Alexander Macbain (editors) THE HIGHLAND MONTHLY, March 1890, No. 12 Vol. I
Inverness Northern Chronicle 1890 Stapled Wraps Good to Very Good 
This issue contains Chapters XXX through XXXII of "The Long Glen," "A Morning Song" by Lord Archibald Campbell, "A Scotchwoman's Experiences in Russia," by M.O.W., "Love of Highlanders for Ancient Customs," by Alex. M. Ross, "A Trip in North Germany," by J.F. Carruthers," "The Raising of H.M.S. 'Sultan'," by Lieutenant Rose, "Notes on the Botany of the Reay Country," by J.M.M., "The Black Watch Memorial, Aberfeldy," by Duncan MacGregor Crerar, "Poems From a MacColl Ms.," "Cluny River," by E.M., "The Three Brothers and Their Fortune: A Folk Tale," "New Books or Editions," and "Notes." Pages 705 through 764, inclusive, advertisement bound between front cover and page 705, another between 764 and back cover. Previous owner's notation across top edge of front cover, another to left edge of back cover, light soil. Internally tight and clean. A fragile item to begin with, and difficult to find in any condition. (C/BT) 
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