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Dedicated by Special Permission to her most gracious Majesty the Queen,
and under the patronage of the Highland Society of London.
PERSONAGES IN THEIR RESPECTIVE COSTUMES.
JAMES LOGAN, Esq., F.S.A., Sc. The object of this Publication is to illustrate HiGHLAND COSTUME and ARMS, both ancient and modern, and give accurate representations of the TARTAN and INSIGNIA peculiar to the different Scottish Clans, with requisite Descriptions and Historical Notices of each. Complete in 24 Parts. Imperial Quarto, containing 3 coloured plates, 12 s. each part. N.B.-Parts xiii. and xxiv., containing the Illuminated Frontispieces to
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THE HIGHLANDERS AT HOME, ON THE HEATH, THE
RIVER, AND THE LOCH:
MENTS, THEIR SPORTS, AND PASTIMES.
JAMES LOGAN, Esq., F.S. A., Sc., &c.
This publication is devoted to illustrate the various domestic and
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