Scottish urban archives and histories: context and a legal historical perspective.
Journal of Irish and Scottish Studies, Volume 9.2 (2018) Scottish urban archives and histories: context and a legal historical perspective, Aberdeen: AHRC Centre for Irish and Scottish Studies, pp131+vi, ISSN-1753-2396
The Journal of Irish and Scottish Studies is the only journal devoted to scholarly work in the languages, history, literature and cultures of both countries.
Introduction: Scottish Urban Archives and Histories
Jackson W. Armstrong and Andrew Mackillop
Section 1: Sources, Methods and Perspectives
Whatever Happened to the Scottish Burgh Records?
Urban Archives: Endless Possibilities
Alan R. MacDonald
Section 2: A Legal History Perspective
Arbitration in Late Medieval Scotland: ‘Bon Accord’ in Urban and Rural Contexts
Jackson W. Armstrong
Spuilzie and Shipwreck in the Burgh Records
Andrew R.C. Simpson
Legal Practice and Legal Institutions in Seventeenth-century Aberdeen, as Witnessed in the Lives of Thomas Nicolson of Cockburnspath and his Associates
Adelyn L. M. Wilson