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Stirling. Europe - United Kingdom - Scotland. County. Longitude: -3.9167. Latitude: 56.0833.

Subject Source: Getty Thesaurus of Geographic Names

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

A Mape of the countries about Stirling, by John Adair., Circa 1682.

Identifier: Adv.MS.70.2.11(3)
Scope and Contents

Scale statements read "scale of 4 common mylls" 4 = 152 mm. ; "scale of 6000 passus" 6 = 152 mm. Relief shown pictorially. Features include compass rose; estates and settlements; lochs, rivers and tributaries; trees. Mounted on cotton. Has gridlines.

Dates: Circa 1682.

Depositions, 1689, by ministers of Logie, Stirlingshire, concerning their persecution by soldiery.

Identifier: Acc.7593
Scope and Contents

With records, 1715, of formal denials in a bastardy accusation at Burntisland, and other unconnected papers.

Dates: 1689-1715.

Sermons of John Bonar, Minister of Torphichen.

Identifier: Acc.9601
Scope and Contents

Preached in various places in West Lothian and east Stirlingshire.

Dates: 1709-1714.

Sketch plan of the shires of Kincardine, Forfar, Perth, Fife, Stirling, Selkirk and Peebles with sections showing several lines of railway or canal surveyed or levelled between the years 1817 and 1820 by Robert Stevenson., 1817-1820.

Identifier: Acc.10706/460 [Map Library]
Scope and Contents From the Fonds: These papers contain the business archive of the Stevensons from the late 18th century to the mid 20th century. They consist mainly of letterbooks, incoming correspondence, reports, memoranda, maps and plans, with a large number of printed pamphlets and reports by the Stevensons and others, concerning all the civil engineering works with which the family was involved. The main interest lies in the material relating to harbours and to lighthouse construction, and to the work of the Northern...
Dates: 1817-1820.

Tours of Scotland and England by A L.

Identifier: Acc.10285
Scope and Contents Locations include: Edinburgh, Stirling, Glasgow, Loch Lomond, the Clyde canal, the English Lakes, via Hawick and Langholm and the Highlands.Account of 1785 tour to Edinburgh and around Glasgow begins at Berwick. The author travels with Mr Heron. Account of 1786 tour of the English Lakes accompanied by Mr Heron, Mr Ruddock and Mr Wilson, begins at Berwick.Account of the 1788 tour to the Highlands begins at Alnwick. The author travels to Edinburgh where he...
Dates: 1785-1788.