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THE MULL OF KINTYRE LIGHTHOUSE

THE MULL OF KINTYRE LIGHTHOUSE K I N T Y R E TARBERT CASTLE overlooking LOCH

KINTYRE

THE MULL OF KINTYRE LIGHTHOUSE K I N T Y R E TARBERT CASTLE overlooking LOCH

TARBERT CASTLE overlooking LOCH FYNE

COMPOSITE A - Z LIST of MAGAZINE CONTENTS

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A GUIDE TO CONVERT ONLINE ARTICLES TO MP3 FILES FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE BLIND and VISUALLY IMPAIRED

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The Kintyre Antiquarian & Natural History Society and "The Kintyre Magazine"

In the very first, April 1977-published, "Kintyre Magazine", A. I. B. Stewart, President of The Kintyre Antiquarian and Natural History Society, wrote that "In an age

when scholarship is at a discount and change is regarded by many as synonymous with improvement, it seems to me that it becomes all the more important to look over our

shoulders at the lives and achievements of our ancestors, for only by understanding the past can we prepare for the future".

The aim of The Kintyre Antiquarian and Natural History Society's twice-yearly magazine was therefore "to give some permanence to the work done by 'The Kintyre Antiquarians' in recording Kintyre's past history and in recording the natural features of Kintyre's beautiful environment".

Thanks to Campbeltonian Ian Forshaw, the story recorded in his article "Antiquity and Technology" (Kintyre Magazine No 46, Autumn 1999, pages 28/29), many of the early magazine articles, including many by the present magazine editor Angus Martin himself, were put online on 'The Kintyre Mag' website between 1997 and 2006 and though, 'for personal reasons', Ian Forshaw has added no more material to his website added since the end of February 2006, he has continued to keep 'The Kintyre Mag' website online and here, given the listings of both the contents of the original paper editions of the magazines AND the listing of the contents of all the articles put online by Ian Forshaw, this most valuable archive of articles may be easily trawled for subjects of interest.

All correspondence regarding matters pertaining to 'The Society' should be addressed to Angus Martin, 13 Saddell Street, Campbeltown, Argyll PA28 6DN and all enquiries about subscriptions and magazine distribution addressed to Mrs Frances Hood, Craiglussa, Peninver, By Campbeltown, Argyll PA28 6QP who, though many magazine editions are now no longer available, may be able to supply 'back-numbers', some of which may also be available, along with other books of Kintyre interest, from

K. Martin, Booksellers, 14 Main Street, Campbeltown, Argyll PA28 6 AG Telephone + 44 ( 0 ) 1586 - 552595 E-mail Kmartinbooks (at) aol.com

The Old Bookshelf, 8 Cross Sreet, Campbeltown, Argyll PA28 6 HU Telephone + 44 ( 0 ) 1586 - 551114 E-mail info (at) theoldbookshelf.com

Thanks to Ian Forshaw's labours, anyone with a fairly modern computer and some patience can make audio MP3 recordings of the articles listed here, a most wonderful way of releasing these resources to anyone who may be blind or visually handicapped and too for anyone on the move and otherwise be 'too busy' to read these articles online at home.

The Natural History & Antiquarian Society of Mid-Argyll and "The Kist" Magazine

In 1954 The University of Glasgow, the West of Scotland Extra-Mural Committee and the Argyll County Council Education Committee appointed Eric Cregeen, previously Assistant Director to the Manx Museum, as Resident Tutor in Adult Education in Argyll to encourage extra-mural studies throughout the county, including the islands.

An ethnographer and historian well-versed in using oral history and archives, his work made important contributions to the social history of Argyll. Eric Cregeen, at the heart

of the county, in Ardrishaig, began developing adult education by encouraging and helping local groups to create or re-invigorate archaeological and natural history societies,

three new 'Natural History and Antiquarian Societies' soon coming into being - Mid-Argyll in 1955 and those on Mull and Islay in 1959.

A report in "The Argyllshire Advertiser and Lochfyneside Echo" of 20th April, 1955 informs us that "Those interested in the Antiquities and Natural History of their country

will be glad to know that, following a well-attended open meeting held in Lochgilphead on 7th ult., a new society has been formed - The Natural History and Antiquarian

Society of Mid-Argyll. The Office-bearers are - Hon. President, His Grace The Duke of Argyll; President, Miss Marion Campbell of Kilberry, F.S.A. (Scot); Joint Hon.

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Secretaries, E. R. Cregeen, M.A., University of Glasgow and Hawthorn, Ardrishaig; Dr. Macnab, Aros, Lochgilphead and Hon. Treasurer, J. M. Rattray, Bank of Scotland, Lochgilphead. The committee of management is representative and various parts of Mid-Argyll.

"The objects of the society are to promote interest in the antiquities, folklore, geology and natural history of Mid Argyll. Its activities will include excursions in summer, with experts as guides and meetings in winter. It is intended, when funds permit, to publish 'transactions', so as to place matters of interest and valuable research on record. A constitution has been adopted and excursions planned for this summer to Crarae (garden and excavation of Neolithic grave), Kilmartin antiquities and other places of interest. Member's subscription, 7/6 per annum".

The educational aims of the Mid Argyll society were to be apparent from the very beginning, as evidenced by the announcement, in 1956, of a history competition for those under 18 years of age. When the competition details were published in 1957, we can see the concern to promote "living" and oral history.

For example, one of the subjects that could be written about was "local crafts and industries" and including in the notes is the following : "If, for example, you choose to do fishing, get information, not only in books, but talk to fishermen in your locality".

It was this concern to bring history to life, coupled with Eric Cregeen's knowledge of Creagneash Folk Museum that would later act as some of the catalysts for the founding of the Auchindrain Museum, which opened in 1975.

With the arrival of the 1970's came the the magazine, the Mid Argyll society's "KIST" magazine, which started life at Whitsun 1971.

Copies of "The Kist" magazine and other books of Kintyre and local history interest can be obtained from -

Ian Y. MacIntyre, Tobacconist, Harbour Street, Tarbert, Argyll PA29 6UD E-mail ianymacintyre.310 (at) virgin.net

Argyll Book Centre, Unit 2, Lorne Street, Lochgilphead, Argyll PA31 8LU E-mail rona (at) argyllbooks.demon.co.uk

Telephone + 44 ( 0 ) 1880 - 820310

Telephone + 44 ( 0 ) 1546 - 603596

Fax

+ 44 ( 0 ) 1546 - 600081

Though many magazine editions are now no longer available, it may be possible to obtain some of the 'back-numbers' from Phil Holt, Membership and Publications Secretary, Glasvaar Cottage, Ford, By Lochgilphead, Argyll PA31 8RG and other enquiries can be addressed to Ed Tyler, Magazine Editor, Daisy Cottage, Big Brae, Tarbert, Argyll PA29 6UQ E-mail tyleredward (at) hotmail.com

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OTHER PUBLICATIONS OF

THE KINTYRE ANTIQUARIAN and NATURAL HISTORY SOCIETY

OF THE KINTYRE ANTIQUARIAN and NATURAL HISTORY SOCIETY Andrew McKerral's " Kintyre in The 17th Century

Andrew McKerral's "Kintyre in The 17th Century"

Andrew McKerral's " Kintyre in The 17th Century " James McNeill's " Meanders in South Kintyre

James McNeill's "Meanders in South Kintyre"

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Frances Hood's " Field Guide to The Archaeology of Kintyre " Donald Kelly's " Kintyre

Frances Hood's "Field Guide to The Archaeology of Kintyre"

" Field Guide to The Archaeology of Kintyre " Donald Kelly's " Kintyre At War 1939

Donald Kelly's "Kintyre At War 1939 - 1945", a 400-plus page Microsoft Word file on a CD-Rom disc

and, published by The Kintyre Civic Society

a CD-Rom disc and , published by The Kintyre Civic Society " The Campbeltown Book "

"The Campbeltown Book"

These and other publications of 'The Mid-Argyll Antiquarians' should all be available from any of the Campbeltown and other booksellers listed above

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A GUIDE TO CONVERT ONLINE ARTICLES TO MP3 FILES FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE BLIND and VISUALLY IMPAIRED

THOUGH FEW PEOPLE PROBABLY KNOW

If one has Adobe Reader version 7.0 or later and go simply open a file and go to the drop-down menu at View and click on Read Out Aloud / Activate Read Out Aloud / Read This Page OR Read To End of Document and the file will be read out to them.

One could try recording the Adobe "default" voice track by going to the START button at the bottom left of the screen and then All Programs / Accessories / Entertainment / Sound Recorder but, the results aren't very good AND, the main drawback of that suggested routing in that one can only "Save As" .wav format audio files, which then have to be converted to MP3 files !

In any case, PDF files, despite their "compression", are generally quite large in size and can take some time to load e.g. a 24.6 mb PDF file could take some 15 minutes to download at just 0.6 mbs internet speed, Microsoft Word .doc and Text Only .txt files will both downloading 'almost instantly' and one should register with a service, in the U.K., such as http://www.thinkbroadband.com/ so that you can test your broadband internet speed before downloading any documents.

Even though Microsoft Word 2003 and later editions and some other word processing programs can be set up to read documents, though not always directly record an audio file copy of the "text-to-spech (TTS)" conversion, some searching around the many and variously available "text-to-speech (TTS)" programs, both free and otherwise, on the internet, suggests, for most purposes, that one might consider downloading D-Speech , a free program, from Dimio's Tools at http://dimio.altervista.org/eng/ - Scroll nearly half-way down the page and you'll see it.

Dimio's Tools at http://dimio.altervista.org/eng/ - Scroll nearly half-way down the page and you'll see it. 6

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DOWNLOADING and INSTALLING DSpeech

Click on Download DSpeech v1.55.1 (Windows NT/2000/XP/VISTA) ca 800 KB and once you've installed that, Click on To open PDF files, you must download the DSpeech PDF Plug-In (ca 250 KB), just underneath "Other components you need to install" - Unzip this 'plug-in' file to your Desktop, most computers can do this without having to download a special program, such as 7-Zip at http://www.7-zip.org/ and you simply right click on the zip file on your Desktop (screen), select Open, Extract, and again choose Desktop - You'll now see a new folder on your screen, DSpeech PDF Plug-In - Again right-click and Copy. Next, go to and click on the Start button at the bottom left of your screen and then double click on My Computer, double click on C-drive and, scrolling down, on Program Files and, again scrolling down, on the DSpeech folder - Now, simply go to the top, main, toolbar and go Edit / Paste (or and put the DSpeech PDF Plug-In into the DSpeech program along with all the other files.

Open the DSpeech PDF Plug-In folder and Copy and Paste the pdftotext.exe icon into the the main area of the DSpeech program files, as you did before with the unzipped file folder.

Your computer should already have a "default voice" - Go to Start / Control Panel and double-click on Speech and then on Text-To-Speech where you'll see the "default voice" under 'Voice Selection' - Turn on your speakers ( ! ) and click on Preview Voice - In all probability you won't like the "default voice" and, even if you find that you have a choice of voices already installed, you will need to find something easier on the ear.

If your computer runs an earlier operating system than Windows XP, the "default voice" is most likely one of the older SAPI 4 voices, these now generally available for free and most sounding like "Daleks" - Windows XP and Vista use the new SAPI 5 voices and "Microsoft Sam (Speech Articulation Module) is a commonly-shipped SAPI 5 voice. In addition, Microsoft Office XP and Office 2003 installed L&H Michael and Michelle voices. The SAPI 5.1 SDK installs 2 more voices, Mike and Mary. Windows Vista includes Microsoft Anna which replaces Microsoft Sam. Anna is designed to sound more natural and offer greater intelligibility. Microsoft Anna is also installed on Windows XP by Microsoft Streets & Trips 2006 and later versions" says Wikipedia at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Speech_Application_Programming_Interface

So, going back to the DSpeech downloads on Dimitrio's Tools' page, under "Other components you need to install", select what you need, either, on Windows XP, if you want use SAPI 4 voices, you must install SAPI 4. Download it here (800 KB) or, on Windows NT4/2000 you must install SAPI 5, you can download it here or here (6 MB). Regardless, because the DSpeech program can work with both SAPI 4 and SAPI 5 voices, you can download the older style SAPI 4 voices for free by scrolling down to near the bottom of the TextAloud's page at http://www.nextup.com/TextAloud/SpeechEngine/voices.html#morefreevoices -

TextAloud is a good text-to-speech program but, it costs $29.95, about £ 18.00 (including VAT) at current rates of exchange AND then you will also have to pay around £18 to £20 for EACH of the newer SAPI 5 voices, which is why the DSpeech program will be more financially appealing for most people.

Luckily, DSpeech has a download link for a free SAPI 5 voice, Emily, which you can find by scrolling further down the DSpeech download page to "Where find the Voices" and you should click on "RealSpeak : They are good voices and it seems that Microsoft will integrate them by default on Windows Vista - British English

Now, before opening and experimenting with the DSpeech program, go to Start / My Documents and, right-clicking in the main area of the window, New Folder and title it something like My TTS Conversions, meaning Text-To-Speech conversions.

At last, double-click on the peculiarly-looking DSpeech icon on your Desktop to open the program, and though an "Open File Security Warning" notice, citing DSpeech.exe, will appear every time you do this, simply click Run and the DSpeech will open, an animated picture of the 'voice character' appearing in the little window, at the top right of the program.

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Go along the toolbar to Options and click on either "Use SAPI 4 voices" or "Use SAPI 5 voices" and then go to File / Open and choose your first document to read, perhaps you should read the DSpeech (ENG).txt file to learn a little about the program ! This is the only 'Help File' for the program and you'll have to learn everything else by experimentation !

Having (above) selected the type of voice your are going to use, SAPI 4 or SAPI 5, click on the Voice Select box drop-down arrow and find out 'who' is there and choose (if there is more than one option) 'who' you want - The 'character picture' will change as you select different voices and each 'character' will, IF YOU'VE REMEMBERED to TURN YOUR SPEAKERS ON, announce his or herself !

Beware of the SAPI4 voices, for "they have worse quality but are easier to find and downloadable for free; the best are L&H TrueVoice : They have a good voice sampling, but wav and MP3 conversions are very slow" - Download British English here.

That done,

relatively simple.

click the cursor into the start of the text that you want read and click on Speak - Everything that follows about using the program is relatively obvious AND

TO MAKE AN MP3 of the text-to-speech conversion, your text open and the cursor placed at the start of the text - Click on File / save wav, mp3, ogg as

in My Documents / My TTS Conversions AND MAKE SURE THAT you a) Type in the FILE NAME (as you want it) AND also SAVE AS MP3, rather than a WAV or OGG type file - Now click SAVE.

- Then Save

You will hear a single "Beep", the main program will disappear and a little 'pop-up' box will tell you the progress of the file 'converting to wav

convert to the wav-format and then tell you that is is 'encoding to MP3', the whole process, in the case of the suggested DSpeech (ENG).txt file, taking little more than a minute or two.

' - The program will First

Now go to Start / My Documents and look for and Open up the 'new' My TTS Conversions folder, where you will find your finished MP3 conversion, double click on it to listen to the file which, like any other MP3 file, you can later transfer to an MP3 player etc. etc.

Now, if you have downloaded the DSpeech PDF Plug-In folder and successfully followed the instructions for installing the 'plug-in', you will find that you can use the DSpeech program to read almost every one of your text files.

You can do a lot of things with the DSpeech program despite the lack of any instructions and there is even a Speech Recognition 'plug-in' for it, Windows NT4/2000/XP, if you want use the Speech Recognition features, you must install the MS-Recognition Engine as well (30 MB).

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which could be fun ! On

COMPOSITE A - Z LIST of KINTYRE and KIST MAGAZINE CONTENTS

Go to EDIT / FIND on the computer's toolbar Type in the SUBJECT / NAME of interest and Click on FIND NEXT rather than scrolling down the 100 + page list of articles here

ENTRIES ARE SEPARATED BY BLANK LINES TO ALLOW USERS TO PRINT OUT THE LISTINGS AND ADD THEIR OWN NOTES

ONLINE ENTRIES HAVE BEEN HYPERLINKED FOR QUICK ACCESS

1745

- Projected Invasion

33

-

Spring 1993

26

1781

Bagpipe Competition

23

-

Spring 1988

27

1792

Census

Angus Martin

35

-

Spring 1994

20

1826 Flitting

19

-

Spring 1986

27

18th Century Dispute

F. S. Mackenna

KIST -

16

- Autumn 1978

19

18th Century Library

 

14 - Autumn 1983

16

18th-century Dykers

Marion Campbell of Kilberry

KIST -

29

-

Spring 1985

1

1st Argyll & Bute Royal Garrison Artillery (Volunteers)

Easdale Museum

KIST -

63

-

Spring 2002

23

50 Years of Ecological Change

D. Batty

KIST -

69

-

Spring 2005

20

500 AD and All That

Francis Blacklay

KIST - 59 - Spring 2000

12

9

50th Anniversary Dinner - Monday, March 7, 2005

Unattributed

KIST - 68 - Autumn 2004

29

Agnes Stewart

51

- Spring 2002

 

4

 

Agnes Stewart

51

- Spring 2002

4

   

Agnes Stewart

51

- Spring 2002

 

4

   

A Sang at Least : The Life of William Mitchell

Agnes Stewart

51

-

Spring 2002

2

A. I. B. Stewart : An Appreciation

Angus Martin

45

-

Spring 1999

3

 

Introduction

01

- April 1977

 

10

Accessions to The Library

Unattributed

KIST - 64 - Autumn 2002

27

Accretions to Library

35

-

Spring 1994

10

Gloria Siggins

23

-

Spring 1988

9

Achnasavil

Gloria Siggins

KIST -

51 - Spring 1996

11

Achnasavil

Gloria Siggins

23

-

Spring 1988

15

Acquisitions by The Kintyre Antiquarian and Natural History Society

48

-

Autumn 2000

31

Acres, Castleton

Murdo MacDonald

KIST - 55 - Spring 1998

23

Acts of Neighbourhood

A. I. B. Stewart

22

-

Autumn 1987

15

A. I. B. Stewart

22

-

Autumn 1987

3

Addendum - People doing business in Campbeltown and Inveraray

48

-

Autumn 2000

31

A. I. B Stewart

07

-

Spring 1980

11

Additions to The Society's Library

21 - Spring 1987

27

10

Aenans

Agnes Stewart

02

- December 1977

13

 

A. I. B. Stewart

23

-

Spring 1988

7

After Culloden

A. I. B.Stewart

23

-

Spring 1988

11

After Culloden: Jacobite Prisoners in Barbados

Gloria Siggins

KIST -

49

-

Spring 1995

26

After The '45 - Sentrys

41

-

Spring 1997

17

Aftermath of The Rebellion against James VII - 1

Editor

KIST -

34

-

Autumn 1987

23

Aftermath of The Rebellion against James VII - 1

Editor

KIST -

36

-

Autumn 1988

25

Aftermath of The Rebellion against James VII - 2

Marion Campbell of Kilberry

KIST - 35 - Spring 1988

1

Aground at Feochaig - The Steamship Elisabeth

Rae MacGregor

50

-

Autumn 2001

9

Rae MacGregor

50

-

Autumn 2001

6

Aidanum Scotorum Rex

Rev. James Webb

27

-

Spring 1990

12

Rev. James Webb

27

-

Spring 1990

9

Air Vice-Marshal Gordon Young CBE - Obituary

Unattributed

KIST -

47

-

Spring 1994

28

Aird Public School, Castleton

Malcolm Shaw

KIST -

32

-

Autumn 1986

1

Alan Campbell of Glenfeochan - Obituary

Unattributed

KIST -

53

-

Spring 1997

1

Alasdair MacColla and The Highland Problem - Book Review

13

-

Spring 1983

23

Alexander Campbell, Surveyor at Inveraray - Three Tales

Frances Wilkins

KIST -

49

-

Spring 1995

15

Alexander II - The Western Voyage

Marion Campbell of Kilberry

KIST - 22 - Autumn 1981

1

Alick Macneill's Journal - Scotland to Australia By Clipper in 1869

Carol McNeill

63

-

Spring 2008

26

Allan Ramsay (1685 - 1758)

32 - Autumn 1992

28

11

Allt Beithe - The Desertion of A Settlement

John Smith, Glendarroch

KIST - 36 - Autumn 1988

20

American Gaelic

13

-

Spring 1983

16

Eliza Hardie Brent

44

-

Autumn 1998

4

Eliza Hardie Brent

44

-

Autumn 1998

4

American Lady in Southend, 1878

Eliza Hardie Brent

44

-

Autumn 1998

13

An Tairbeart : The Portage

Report by AOC Scotland Ltd.

KIST - 49

-

Spring 1995

31

Ancient Shells at Carradale

Gloria Siggins

58

- Autumn 2005

Inside Back Cover

 

Ancient Wood Pastures in Argyll

Peter Quelch

KIST - 65 - Spring 2003

20

06

-

Autumn 1979

7

Andrew McKerral C.I.E. , M.A. , F.S.A. Scot.

06

- December 1979

24

 

Agnes Stewart

52

-

Autumn 2002

8

Angus MacVicar

52

-

Autumn 2002

30

Annabella

G. Albert Ramsay

19

-

Spring 1986

28

G. Albert Ramsay

19 - Spring 1986

 

8

Anne M. Kahane - Resignation

Unattributed

KIST -

55

-

Spring 1998

1

Another Admiralty

William Laing

KIST - 66 - Autumn 2003

2

Another Kintyre

13

-

Spring 1983

22

13

-

Spring 1983

7

Ian Forshaw

46

-

Autumn 1999

6

Antiquity and Technology - About The Kintyre Mag - Web Edition

Ian Forshaw

46 - Autumn 1999

28

12

Aonan Gaoikn Shipwreck - A Rum Tale

17

-

Spring 1985

25

17

- Spring 1985

7

Peter S. Armour

06

-

Autumn 1979

9

Apprentice's Indenture of 1826

Peter S. Armour

06

- December 1979

22

Archaelogical Discoveries in Campbeltown

Clare Ellis

63

-

Spring 2008

13

Archaeological Cannibalism

Gavin J. Ralston

11

- Spring

1982

15

Gavin J. Ralston

11 - Spring 1982

5

Archaeological Notes - Iron Age Forts at The Mull of Kintyre

Frances Hood

62

-

Autumn 2007

31

Archaeological Sketches in Scotland : District of Kintyre

Captain T. P. White

21

-

Spring 1987

3

Captain T. P. White

21

- Spring 1987

9

Archaeology in 1842 - from Lord Cockburn' s Journal

Unattributed

KIST -

06

-

Martinmas 1973

14

Archaeology of Argyll, editor Graham Ritchie

46 - Autumn 1999

30

Archibald Campbell Genealogical Queries

36

-

Autumn 1994

11

Archibald Graham Kenneth of Stronachullin : Three Tributes

Unattributed

KIST - 39 - Spring 1990

27

Archibald McLellan, Kintyre and Skipness

49

-

Spring 2001

32

Archie McAllister - Local fiddler's first solo album released

62

- Autumn 2007

Back Cover

Angus Martin and Lily Cregeen

52

-

Autumn 2002

8

Archie McMillan

52 - Autumn 2002

31

Archives of Argyll and Bute Council

Louise Logue

KIST -

56

-

Autumn 1998

22

Ardchonnel Mill, Loch Awe (Kist 41)

Mary McGrigor

KIST - 42 - Autumn 1991

15

13

Ardchonnel Mill, Loch Awe

Mary McGrigor

KIST -

41

- Spring 1991

19

Ardrishaig Mystery

Colin F. Fergusson

KIST -

33

-

Spring 1987

25

Ardrishaig to Crinan via Canal - 1852

Michael Davis

KIST - 68 - Autumn 2004

8

Argyll : 1730 - 1850

A. A. McGeachy

60

-

Autumn 2006

30

 

Elizabeth Marrison

44

-

Autumn 1998

5

Argyll FM

44

-

Autumn 1998

33

Argyll Rebellion of 1685

A. I. B Stewart

10

-

Autumn 1981

23

A. I. B Stewart

10 - Autumn 1981

 

11

A. I. B. Stewart

41 - Spring 1997

7

Argyll Rifle Volunteer Force - from 1860 onwards

09

-

Spring 1981

24

Argyll Wills, fourteen wills dated 1821 to 1852

48 - Autumn 2000

31

Argyll, The Enduring Heartland - Book Review

J. S. Andrews

KIST -

14

- Autumn 1977

28

Argyll, The Enduring Heartland - Third Edition

Unattributed

KIST -

62

-

Autumn 2001

28

Argyll's Contribution to Scots Law

Marion Campbell of Kilberry

KIST -

27

-

Spring 1984

12

Argyll's Rising : 1685 and After

Marion Campbell of Kilberry

KIST - 35 - Spring 1988

1

Heather McFarlane

8

Heather McFarlane

8

Heather McFarlane

8

Armorial Stone - Unrecorded

F. S. Mackenna

KIST - 15 - Spring 1978

22

14

Peter S. Armour

17 - Spring 1985

 

5

Armours

Peter S. Armour

17

-

Spring 1985

10

D. L. H. Patton

02

-

December 1977

2

Arms of The Royal Burgh of Campbeltown

D. L. H. Patton

02

- December 1977

22

Arnott - Genealogical Queries

34

-

Autumn 1993

24

Angus Martin

53

-

Spring 2003

8

Arran 1995

Ms Rebecca Pine

KIST -

51 - Spring 1996

24

Aspects of Industry in Mid-Argyll

Marion Campbell of Kilberry

KIST - 23 - Spring 1982

19

At The University

A. I. B Stewart

16

-

Autumn 1984

21

A. I. B Stewart

16 - Autumn 1984

 

10

Atechuan Memorial

Dermid McGregor

KIST - 38 - Autumn 1989

13

Andrew McKerral

16 - Autumn 1984

 

3

Atholl Raids

Andrew McKerral

16

-

Autumn 1984

23

Auchagoyle to Penmore: A Profile of Archibald Macnab

Duncan Beaton

KIST - 38 - Autumn 1989

18

Norman S. Newton

27

-

Spring 1990

9

Auchenhoan Axe Hoard

Norman Newton

27 - Spring 1990

16

Auchentiobart and The Macarthurs

Duncan Beaton

KIST -

29

-

Spring 1985

5

Auchindrain - A Fresh Look

Marion Campbell of Kilberry

KIST -

18 - Autumn 1979

1

Auchindrain 1972

A Littlewood

KIST -

03

-

Whitsun 1972

8

Auchindrain's Loom

Ruth Camnock

KIST - 32 - Autumn 1986

17

15

Auld Alliance

A. I. B. Stewart

27

-

Spring 1990

22

Robert Burns

9

Thomas Hamilton

05

-

June 1979

5

Auld Witchburn

05

-

June 1979

24

Aurora Borealis

Frances Hood

45

-

Spring 1999

29

Frances Hood

45

-

Spring 1999

7

8

Award

Unattributed

KIST - 59 - Spring 2000

29

Back to Adam : A Kintyre Heritage

Jo Currie

46

-

Autumn 1999

11

03

-

June 1978

3

Baigwell - A Brownie

03

-

June 1978

23

Baigwell of Carskiey, The Southend Brownie

63

-

Spring 2008

22

Baravalla

Marion Campbell of Kilberry

KIST -

33

-

Spring 1987

5

Baravalla Gardens, by Tarbert - Their History

Gillian Mackie Campbell

KIST -

75

-

Spring 2008

2

Barking Fishing Nets

Ronald Johnson

KIST - 39 - Spring 1990

10

Roderigh A. G. Angus

45

-

Spring 1999

7

Barn Owls in Kintyre, 1995 - 1998

Roderigh A. G. Angus

45 - Spring 1999

31

Barnluasgan Dun and Enclosure - 1

R. Regan and S. Webb

KIST -

72

-

Autumn 2006

2

Barnluasgan Dun and Enclosure - 2

R. Regan and S. Webb

KIST - 74 - Autumn 2007

2

16

Barra - N.H.A.S.M A. on Barra 2003

 

A. O. M. Clark, Mrs

KIST -

66

-

Autumn 2003

22

Barrnakill and Cladh Bhile : Two Notes

Unattributed

KIST -

30

-

Autumn 1985

25

Barvrack - The Families

Duncan Beaton

KIST -

28

-

Autumn 1984

20

Basking Shark Conservation

M. Gore

KIST -

72

-

Autumn 2006

22

Basking Sharks

E. Tyler

KIST -

71

- Spring 2006

22

Bass Rock, Gull's Vision and Skua Report

F. S. Mackenna

KIST - 28

- Autumn 1984

14

06

-

December 1979

6

Battle O' The Ploos

06

- December 1979

28

Battlefield of Carse - A Knot of Knapdale Legends

Marion Campbell of Kilberry

KIST - 08 - Martinmas 1974

14

Beached Sowerby's Whale

Jonathan H. Hooper

33

-

Spring 1993

21

Jonathan H. Hooper

33

-

Spring 1993

5

Bealach an Fhuarain : A Postscript

Unattributed

KIST -

24

-

Autumn 1982

25

Beatons

John Bannerman

46

-

Autumn 1999

30

Beauty in Old Bottles

J. R. Carmichael

KIST - 10 - Autumn 1975

20

Before Surnames - Pre-17th Century

 

18

-

Autumn 1985

16

18

-

Autumn 1985

9

-

1

Ann Aikman Smith

02

-

December 1977

 

6

 

Ann Aikman Smith

02

-

December 1977

5

Beginnings of the Lighthouse

Ann Aikman Smith

02 - December 1977

3

Behind the Monument - Charting of The Largs Channel - 1

William Laing

 

KIST - 57 - Spring 1999

1

17

Behind the Monument - Charting of The Largs Channel - 2

William Laing

KIST -

58

-

Autumn 1999

7

Beldarroch - The Deserted Settlement

A. O. M. Clark, Mrs

KIST -

48

-

Autumn 1994

1

Beldarroch :

Field Survey

Association of Certificated Field Archaeologists

 

KIST

-

46

-

Autumn 1993

13

Beldarroch

Unattributed

KIST -

44

-

Autumn 1992

10

Beldarroch

Unattributed

KIST -

45

-

Spring 1993

18

Belfast Excursion - Copy of Advertisement - for Monday, July 17, 1911

08

-

Autumn 1980

10

Bellanoch - 1

 

H Graham

KIST -

02

-

Martinmas 1971

16

Bellanoch - 2

Hugh Graham

KIST - 05 - Whitsun 1973

17

Bellochantuy - School A Hundred Years Ago - 1879 to 1898

Hector L. Mackenzie

12

-

Autumn 1982

8

Bells of St. Blaan

 

Hugh Macshannon

19

-

Spring 1986

26

 

5

Betty MacNiven and "The Flight'

Angus Martin

45

-

Spring 1999

26

Angus Martin

7

Biographies In Stone

A. Jones

KIST -

74

-

Autumn 2007

4

Bird List - Harris 2004

Unattributed

KIST -

68

-

Autumn 2004

29

Bird List - Shetland 2006

Unattributed

KIST -

72 - Autumn 2006

1

Bird

Notes

Air Vice-Marshal Gordon Young

 

KIST -

11 - Spring 1976

23

Bird Notes

 

Colin Fergusson

KIST -

39

-

Spring 1990

18

Bird Notes

Mrs Rainier

KIST -

01

- Whitsun 1971

6

Bird Watcher by West Loch Tarbert

Colin F. Fergusson

KIST - 30 - Autumn 1985

22

18

Bird Watching in Mid-Argyll

Air Vice-Marshal Gordon Young

 

KIST -

05

-

Whitsun 1973

13

Birds - Collective Nouns

Unattributed

KIST -

39

-

Spring 1990

11

Birds - More Examples of Curious Bird Behaviour

Unattributed

KIST -

37

-

Spring 1989

17

Birds In Kintyre by Eddie Maguire

48

-

Autumn 2000

31

Birds of Argyll, Argyll and Bute - Ian Allan 2007 - Review

KIST -

75

-

Spring 2008

17

Birds of Mid-Argyll - A Check List

Air Vice-Marshal Gordon Young

 

KIST

-

07

-

Whitsun 1974

24

Birds of The West Loch

Colin Fergusson

KIST -

36

-

Autumn 1988

15

Birds Seen on North Uist Trip June 2007

Unattributed

KIST - 74 - Autumn 2007

29

8

6

9

Blacksmith's Beam Drill-Press

Alan Campbell of Glenfeochan

 

KIST -

34

-

Autumn 1987

11

Blackstock

42

-

Autumn 1997

15

Blackstock

43

-

Spring 1998

25

Bliadhna Mhaith Ur Dhuit

Rev Alexander Fraser

KIST -

02

-

Martinmas 1971

14

Bloomeries in Argyll - Notes

William Laing

KIST -

61 - Spring 2001

16

Bloomery Research - A "Bloomer"

William Laing

KIST - 62 - Autumn 2001

21

Blues of North Kintyre

Ian MacDonald

23

-

Spring 1988

6

Ian MacDonald

23 - Spring 1988

 

6

19

Boar Hunt

Marion Campbell of Kilberry

KIST - 19 - Spring 1980

1

4

Boccaird - Ghost Village of Glenaray

Mary McGrigor

KIST - 55 - Spring 1998

24

Bonnie Green Braes o' Kintyre

Page Not Found

08

-

Autumn 1980

6

Book Notes

Unattributed

KIST -

46

-

Autumn 1993

12

Book of Kells - A Meditation

F. S. Mackenna

KIST - 33 - Spring 1987

18

9

9

46

-

Autumn 1999

6

Boswell, Johnson & The Rector

Hector L. MacKenzie

04

-

December 1978

9

Hector L. MacKenzie

04

-

Autumn 1978

6

Botanical

Excursion - Alphabetical list of plant names by Ian Teesdale following at

63

-

Spring 2008

6

Botanical Excursion to The Mull of Kintyre in 1844 - Part I - J. H. Balfour

62

-

Autumn 2007

7

Botanical Excursion to The Mull of Kintyre in 1844 - Part II - J. H. Balfour

63

-

Spring 2008

2

Botanical Group Report

Agnes Stewart

60

-

Autumn 2006

26

Botanical Rarities

Agnes Stewart

58

-

Autumn 2005

32

Botanical Surveys in Kintyre

Agnes Stewart

54

-

Autumn 2003

32

Bottlenose Dolphin Project

E. Tyler

KIST - 73 - Spring 2007

22

R. C. Kirkwood

02 - Autumn 1977

 

5

Bracken - A Weed of Great Antiquity

R. C. Kirkwood

02 - December 1977

14

20

Bracken

Leslie Rymer

 

KIST -

61

- Spring 2001

 

5

Brainport

- Review

J. G. Scott

KIST -

31

- Spring 1986

27

Brainport

- The Former Ferry Site

P. Fane Gladwin

KIST -

42

-

Autumn 1991

.

2

Brainport - Thoughts on Their Us

 

P. F. Fane Gladwin

KIST -

19

- Spring 1980

9

Brainport Bay Solar Alignment - Adopt-a-Monument Scheme

Anne M. Kahane

 

KIST

-

46

-

Autumn 1993

6

Brainport Bay, Minard - Discoveries

 

P. F. Fane Gladwin

KIST -

16

- Autumn 1978

 

1

Breckenridge - Genealogical Queries

 

39

-

Spring 1996

15

Brenchoille Bridge - The Repairing

 

Jim Riley

 

KIST - 47 - Spring 1994

 

24

52

-

Autumn 2002

4

Brocaire Legend

 

John A Berrecloth

 

KIST - 52 - Autumn 1996

 

20

Bronze Age Cist Burials at Monybachach, Skipness

J.

G. Scott

25

-

Spring 1989

3

Bronze Age Cist Burials at Monybachach, Skipness

J. G. Scott

25

-

Spring 1989

3

Brown Family of Kerranbeg and Machrimore : Part I

Graeme Reynolds

54

-

Autumn 2003

26

Brown Family of Kerranbeg and Machrimore:

Part II

Graeme Reynolds

55

-

Spring 2004

28

Brown Family of Kerranbeg and Machrimore:

Part III

Graeme Reynolds

56

-

Autumn 2004

25

Bruce family in Campbeltown 1675 - 1800 - Genealogical Query

 

60

- Autumn 2006

Inside Back Cover

 

Bruce's Brooch

 

Hector Macneal

03

-

June 1978

5

Bruces in Kintyre

Jo Currie

62

-

Autumn 2007

24

Bruce's Stone at Ugadale

Jon Hooper

47

-

Spring 2000

31

Jon Hooper

47 - Spring 2000

 

4

21

Brunerican Fulmar

12

-

Autumn 1982

10

A. I. B. Stewart

27

-

Spring 1990

6

George Stewart

27

-

Spring 1990

1

Bubly Jock

A. I. B. Stewart

27

-

Spring 1990

3

Buff Tip Moth

Peter Wormell

KIST -

45

-

Spring 1993

24

Bugs and Anoraks

Unattributed

KIST -

70

-

Autumn 2005

28

Burgh Police Court - Extracting Sand from The Dorling, 1882

52

-

Autumn 2002

26

But Yesterday

Marion Campbell of Kilberry

KIST - 41 - Spring 1991

22

Butterflies and Moths

Ian Teesdale

62

-

Autumn 2007

32

Butterflies in South Kintyre - A Follow-Up

Ian Teesdale

53

-

Spring 2003

27

Butterflies in South Kintyre

Ian Teesdale

51

-

Spring 2002

12

Ian Teesdale

51

- Spring 2002

5

Butterfly Report for 2003

Ian Teesdale

55

-

Spring 2004

10

Butterfly Update, 2004

Ian Teesdale

57

-

Spring 2005

Back Cover

Butterwort

Marion Campbell

KIST - 04 - Martinmas 1972

8

By Hill and Shore

Angus Martin

30

-

Autumn 1991

14

Angus Martin

30

-

Autumn 1991

8

By Hill and Shore

Angus Martin

31

-

Spring 1992

13

Angus Martin

31

- Spring 1992

8

By Hill and Shore

Angus Martin

32 - Autumn 1992

14

22

Angus Martin

32 - Autumn 1992

 

8

By Hill and Shore

Angus Martin

33

-

Spring 1993

6

Angus Martin

33

-

Spring 1993

8

By Hill and Shore

Angus Martin

34

-

Autumn 1993

25

Angus Martin

34

-

Autumn 1993

8

By Hill and Shore

Angus Martin

35

-

Spring 1994

11

Angus Martin

35

-

Spring 1994

8

By Hill and Shore - Correction - Edition No 35

Angus Martin

36

-

Autumn 1994

30

By Hill and Shore

Angus Martin

36

-

Autumn 1994

26

Angus Martin

36

-

Autumn 1994

8

By Hill and Shore

Angus Martin

37

-

Spring 1995

27

Angus Martin

37

-

Spring 1995

8

By Hill and Shore

Angus Martin

38

-