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Old Highland dress and tartans / by H.F. McClintock, with a chapter on early tartans by J. Telfer Dunbar.

By: McClintock, H. F. (Henry Foster).
Publisher: Dundalk [Ire.] Dundalgan Press, 1949Edition: 2d and enl. ed.Description: 87 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.Subject(s): Clothing and dress -- Highlands of ScotlandDDC classification: 391
Contents:
Chapter I: Up to the year 1600. The Saffron Shirt in Scotland -- Chapter II. Seventeenth Century The Belted-Plaid -- Chapter III. Eighteenth Century Origin and Introduction of the Kilt. Summary and Conclusion. Chapter IV. Early Tartans -- Index List of Illustrations: 1. French picture of Scottish Highlanders, 1562 -- 2. De Heere's Highlander, c. 1577 -- 3. Early Scots Hunting. Holinshed's Chronicle, 1577 -- 4. Highland Grave Slab in Islay -- 5, 6, 7, and 8 Van Der Gucht's Black Wtach, 1743. 9. Belted Plaid -- 9. German woodcut of Scottish Soldiers, 1631 -- 10. Heading of Blaeu's map of "Scotia Antiqua," 1643 -- 11. Figure from Gordan's map of Aberdeen, 1661 -- 12. Portrait of an unknown Highland chief in the National Gallery of Scotland, Edinburgh. Painted by Michael Wright in About 1660 -- 13. Portrait of Alastair Mohr grant at Castle Grant. Painted by R. Waitt in1714 -- 14. Portrait of Lord Duffus, painted by R. Waitt about 1740, in the National Gallery of Scotland, Edinburgh -- 15. Portrait of major frazer of Castle leathers, in the town hall, Inverness -- 16. Illustrationin Burt's Letters From the North, circa 1730 -- 17. Tartan jacket and trews, stated to have been worn by Prince Charles Edward Stuart in 1746 -- 18. Portrait of Donald Grant of Glenbeg, by R. Waitt, 1719 -- 19. The MacDonald children, artist unknown -- 20. The Battle of Culloden, 1746. Painted by David Moher
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First published 1943. Second edition 1949.

Chapter I: Up to the year 1600. The Saffron Shirt in Scotland -- Chapter II. Seventeenth Century The Belted-Plaid -- Chapter III. Eighteenth Century Origin and Introduction of the Kilt. Summary and Conclusion. Chapter IV. Early Tartans -- Index


List of Illustrations: 1. French picture of Scottish Highlanders, 1562 -- 2. De Heere's Highlander, c. 1577 -- 3. Early Scots Hunting. Holinshed's Chronicle, 1577 -- 4. Highland Grave Slab in Islay -- 5, 6, 7, and 8 Van Der Gucht's Black Wtach, 1743. 9. Belted Plaid -- 9. German woodcut of Scottish Soldiers, 1631 -- 10. Heading of Blaeu's map of "Scotia Antiqua," 1643 -- 11. Figure from Gordan's map of Aberdeen, 1661 -- 12. Portrait of an unknown Highland chief in the National Gallery of Scotland, Edinburgh. Painted by Michael Wright in About 1660 -- 13. Portrait of Alastair Mohr grant at Castle Grant. Painted by R. Waitt in1714 -- 14. Portrait of Lord Duffus, painted by R. Waitt about 1740, in the National Gallery of Scotland, Edinburgh -- 15. Portrait of major frazer of Castle leathers, in the town hall, Inverness -- 16. Illustrationin Burt's Letters From the North, circa 1730 -- 17. Tartan jacket and trews, stated to have been worn by Prince Charles Edward Stuart in 1746 -- 18. Portrait of Donald Grant of Glenbeg, by R. Waitt, 1719 -- 19. The MacDonald children, artist unknown -- 20. The Battle of Culloden, 1746. Painted by David Moher

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