Bannatyne Club

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The Bannatyne Club, named in honour of George Bannatyne and his famous anthology of Scots literature the Bannatyne Manuscript, was a text publication society founded by Sir Walter Scott to print rare works of Scottish interest, whether in history, poetry, or general literature. It printed 116 volumes in all. It was dissolved in 1861.

Members[edit]

Founder members of February 7, 1823[edit]

Further Members admitted November 25, 1823[edit]

Later members[edit]

February 1859[edit]

  • The Earl of Aberdeen
  • William Patrick Adam, Esq
  • The Earl of Ashburnham
  • Lord Belhaven and Hamilton
  • William Blair
  • Beriah Botfield, Esq., MP
  • Marquess of Breadalban
  • Sir Thomas MakDougall Brisbane
  • George Brodie, Esq
  • Charles Dashwood Bruce, Esq
  • Duke of Buccleuch and Queensberry
  • Dean Richard Butler
  • Sir Hugh Hume Campbell
  • James Campbell, Esq
  • Thomas Carnegy, Esq
  • Earl of Cawdor
  • Patrick Chalmers, Esq
  • Right Hon. Sir George Clerk
  • David Constable, Esq
  • Thomas Constable, Esq
  • Andrew Coventry, Esq
  • David Cowan, Esq
  • James T. Gibson Craig, Esq (Treasurer)
  • Sir William Gibson Craig
  • Marquess of Dalhousie
  • George Home Drummond, Esq
  • Henry Drummond, Esq, MP
  • Right Hon. Sir David Dundas
  • George Dundas, Esq.
  • William Pitt Dundas, Esq
  • Earl of Ellesmere
  • Joseph Walter King Eyton, Esq
  • Lieut.-Col. Robert Ferguson, MP
  • Count Mercer De Flahault
  • Earl of Gosford
  • William Gott, Esq
  • Robert Graham, Esq
  • Earl of Haddington
  • Duke of Hamilton and Brandon
  • Sir Thomas Buchan Hepburn
  • James Maitland Hog, Esq
  • Right Hon. John Hope, Lord Justice-Clerk
  • Cosmo Innes, Esq
  • Daved Iriving, LL.D
  • Hon. James Ivory, Lord Ivory
  • David Laing, Esq (Secretary)
  • John Bailey Langhorne, Esq
  • The Earl of Lauderdale
  • Very Rev. Principal John Lee, DD
  • Lord Lindsay
  • James Loch, Esq
  • The Marquess of Lothian
  • Lord Lovat
  • James MacKenzie, Esq
  • John Whiteford MacKenzie, Esq
  • Keith Stewart MacKenzie, Esq
  • William Forbes MacKenzie, Esq
  • James Maidment, Esq
  • Sir William Maxwell, Bart
  • The Hon. William Leslie Melville
  • The Earl of Minto
  • James Moncreiff, Esq., MP
  • The Earl of Morton
  • James Patrick Muirhead, Esq
  • Hon. Sir John A. Murray, Lord Murray
  • Robert Nasmyth, Esq
  • Hon. Charles Neaves
  • Lord Neaves
  • The Earl of Northesk
  • Lord Panmure
  • Alexander Pringle, Esq
  • John Richardson, Esq
  • Duke of Roxburghe
  • Reverend Hew Scott
  • James R. Hope Scott, Esq
  • Earl of Selkirk
  • James Young Simpson, MD
  • Alexander Sinclair, Esq
  • James Skene, Esq
  • William Smythe, Esq
  • John Spottiswoode, Esq
  • Edward Stanley, Esq
  • Reverend William Stevenson, DD
  • Hon. Charles Francis Stuart
  • Duke of Sutherland
  • Archibald Campbell Swinton, Esq
  • Alexander Thomson, Esq
  • Sir Walter Calverley Trevelyan
  • William B. D. D. Turnbull, Esq.
  • Adam Urquart, Esq
  • Alexander Maconochie Welwood, Esq.

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Publications[edit]

Full texts of the complete Bannatyne Club publications are available online through the National Library of Scotland.[2]

  • Memoirs touching the Revolution in Scotland, originally published 1714, Colin Lindsay, 3rd Earl of Balcarres (1841)
  • The Bannatyne Miscellany; Containing Original Papers and Tracts Chiefly Relating to the History and Literature of Scotland [Published in Edinburgh] (1827)
  • Melville of Halhill, Sir James, Memoirs of His Own Life, ed. T. Thomson (1827)
  • Laing, D. ed., Original Letters relating to the Ecclesiastical Affairs of Scotland, 2 vols (Published in Edinburgh, 1851)
  • Siege of the Castle of Edinburgh MDCLXXXIX, presented to the Bannatyne Club by Robert Bell (1828)
  • The Æneid of Virgil Translated into Scottish Verse by Gavin Douglas, Bishop of Dunkeld, 2 vols. (1839)

References[edit]

  1. ^ https://archive.org/details/catalogueofgr10600univuoft
  2. ^ "Bannatyne Club". National Library of Scotland. Retrieved 2017-11-21.

Further reading[edit]

This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domainWood, James, ed. (1907). "article name needed". The Nuttall Encyclopædia. London and New York: Frederick Warne.