THE LORD OF THE ISLES. Rare Scottish tartans.
THE CLAN CHISHOLM. Clan Pipe Music: Lament “Cum ha do dh’ Uilleam Siseal” (“Lament for William Chisholm”). Badge: Fearna (Alder); or Raineach (Fern).
Pattern of the Tartan worn by His Royal Highness The Duke of Sussex as Earl of Inverness.
Rob Roy is the sixth of Walter Scott’s Waverley novels. He wrote the book in the spring of 1817 and visited Loch Lomond and Glasgow Cathedral for research.
Historical, traditional Scotland costumes 1850s.
Costume of Chief of the Scottish Highlands
MAC DHUBHICH, OR MAC DUFFS. THIS surname is one of the most ancient in Scotland, and the chief was among the first of those nobles who became distinguished by the Saxon title of Earl.
Raonuil, or Mac Donalds of Clan Ranald. THIS branch of Clan Donald anciently held extensive insular possessions and other territories.
The principal branch has long resided in Inverness-shire, and the chief was designated, from his property, Duu-mac-glas, the fort of the grey man’s son.
Scottish Clann Siosal, or the Chisholms. Displaying Their Dress, Arms, Tartans, Armorial Insignia. History of the Chisholms, with genealogies of the principal families of the name.