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An extensive Library of Scottish titles of general interest is held in The Court at The Gothenburg for consultation there but not for lending.

The Baron Court is also actively engaged in publishing works by members of the Household and their colleagues on 21st Century issues as well as on the history of Prestonpans.

The titles currently in print are shown below and may be ordered by fax or mail on the order form below with credit card or cheque settlement in advance only. They are also on direct sale at the Gothenburg - phone: (44) (0)1875 819922 Fax: (44) (0)1875 819911.

The listings are in four categories viz. Contemporary Books from colleagues and Clan members (B refers), Full text of Books and Works of Local Interest (L refers), Extracts from Books and Works of Local Interest (E refers), and the Prestoungrange Historical Series and paintings (R and P refer):

CONTEMPORARY BOOKS
   
B100 Cleaning up by Julian Wills
B101 e.Volution by Bev Bruce, Mike Cross, Timmie Duncan, Clive Hoey and Mathew Wills Yr of Prestoungrange
B102 e-Postcards from the Other Side by Gordon Prestoungrange
B103 Business School Graffiti by Gordon Wills
B104 Safe Haven by Annemarie Allan
B105 Creating Wealth Through Management Development by Gordon Wills
B106 Back and Forth by Gordon Prestoungrange
B107 Navigators Can by George Korey
B108 Sodexho University by Harry Lenderman
B109 Barons Courts of Prestoungrange & of Dolphinstoun - Trinity Session
Elizabeth II.53.2004 Proceedings July 14th - 27th 2004
 
FULL TEXT BOOKS OF LOCAL INTEREST
   
L201 Tales of the Pans Prestonpans Local History Society
L202 The Pans Remembered East Lothian District Council Library
L203 Prestonpans and Vicinity by Peter McNeill
L204 The British Gothenburg Experiments by Joseph Rowntree and Arthur Sherwell
L205 The Dean Tavern - A Gothenburg Experiment by Alastair Anderson
L206 The Manor of Milton and the Scottish Baronies by Gordon Prestoungrange
L207 Domesday Entries: Manor of Milton Malsor and Victorian County History of Northamptonshire
L208 The Story of Milton Malzor by Rev B E Evans
L209 The Tom Tait Story
L210 Prestoungrange Church - 1595-1995
L211 Historical Survey of Prestonpans by Jeanette Buriss
L212 Fowler's Brewers' Manual
L213 Cockenzie Power Station Mural
L214 Witch! by Roy Pugh
L215 The Cauldron by Roy Pugh
L216 Prestonpans Porcelain by Graeme Cruickshank
L217 The Registered Designs of Belfield's Pottery, Prestonpans by Graeme Cruickshank
L218 Prestonpans Pottery by Graeme Cruickshank
L219 A Backward Glance by Sharon Dabell
L220 Rebellious Scots to Crush by Arran Johnston
L221 Off the Wall Art in Prestonpans by John Lindsay, Roy Pugh, Andrew Dallmeyer and Ian Nimmo
L222 The Rose and the Thorn Tree by Roy Pugh
L223 The Devil's Craft by Roy Pugh
L224 A Baron's Tale by Gordon Prestoungrange
L225

The Picture of a Scottish Baron Court - a Dramatic Poem by Patrick Anderson

L226 Valour does not wait by Arran Johnston
   
EXTRACTS FROM BOOKS OF LOCAL INTEREST
   
E301 Scottish Pottery by J Arnold Flemming
E302 Waverley by Sir Walter Scott
E303 Sir Walter Scott's Journal (1837 / 1890 / 1972)
E304 Official Battle Archives interpreted by Tomasson & Buist (1962)
E305 The Thorntree by Hugh Hannah
E306 The Robes of the Feudal Baronage of Scotland, 1944-45 by Thomas Innes
E307 Book of the Lodge of Aitchison's Haven 1598-1764
E308 Some Remarkable Passages in the Life of Hon. Col. James Gardiner
by P. Doddridge, D.D
E309 Salt Pans by Alex Hamilton
 
Prestoungrange Historical Series
 
R1 Prestongrange House by Sonia Barker
R2 Morrison's Haven by Julie Aitken
R3 Sourcing Brickmaking Salting and Chemicals at Prestongrange by David Anderson
R4 Industrial Ownership and Relations at Prestongrange by Allan Burnett
R5 Horses Steam and Electrical Engines at Prestongrange by Annemarie Allan
R6 Health Hazards over the Centuries at Prestoungrange by Kirsty Black
R7 Model Housing for Prestongrange Miners by Annie Lyall
R8 Water at Prestongrange and Pumping it out by Ewan Wilson
R9 Decorative Pottery at Prestoungrange by Jane Bonar
R10 Geology of Prestongrange and its Environmental Impact by Matthew Carter & Julian Wills
R11 Agricultural Improvement at Dolphinstoun by Chris Allan
R12 Fowler's Brewery - Famous since the '45 by David Anderson
R13 The Prestoungrange Gothenburg by Gordon Prestoungrange
R14 Battle of Prestonpans by Michael of Albany
R15 Steaming up at Prestoungrange by Colin Boyd
R16 The Story Glenkinchie since 1723 by Craig Ward
R17 The Painted Prestoungrange Ceiling 1581 by Annemarie Allan
R18 A Pride of Panners by Bob Hopkins
R19 The Roads that led by Prestoungrange by Andrew Ralton
R20 Poverty, Self-help and an Emerging Social Life in Prestonpans by Sonia Baker
R21 81 Witches of Prestonpans - Pardoned They Are by Annemarie Allan
R23 The Prestoungrange Totems 2006 by Gordon Prestoungrange
R24 Victory at Prestonpans by Dr Christopher Duffy

For information and links for these titles please scan down the page here for the reference number(s) you require.

CONTEMPORARY BOOKS
 
B100: Cleaning Up by Dr Julian Wills, Baron of Dolphinstoun (1999) ISBN 0 86176 648 2 Reports research into the dynamics of land remediation after industrial pollution and the evolution of remedial techniques. (250 pp) ?0/$US35 plus postage and packing ?.50/$US4.

e.volution B101: e.volution by Bev Bruce, Mike Cross, Timmie Duncan, Clive Hoey and Mathew Wills Yr of Prestoungrange (2000) ISBN 0 86176 652 0 Describes anticipatory action learning that enabled a traditional academic publisher to metamorphose for the Internet (346 pp) ?0/$US35 plus postage and packing ?.50/$US4.
 
e.volution is also available in PDF:
Title
Contents
Foreword
Introduction
Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 4
Chapter 5
Conclusion
Epilogue

e-Postcard B102: e-Postcards from the other side by Dr Gordon Prestoungrange, Baron of Prestoungrange (2000) ISBN 0 86176 654 7 Forty contemporary anthropological insights into traditional academic culture at the dawn of the Internet age for education (100 pp) ?8/$US30 plus postage and packing ?.50/$US4.
 
e-Postcards from the other side is also available in PDF
Part 1 (Foreword, Contents, e-cards 1-10)
Part 2 (e-cards 11-18)
Part 3 (e-cards 19-30)
Part 4 (e-cards 31-40)

B103: Business School Graffiti
By Gordon Wills

The first of three autobiographical volumes describing the Business School movement in Britain to 1976.
Business School Graffiti is available on-line:
Pages 1- 7, Pages 8 - 33, Pages 34 - 59, Pages 60 - 84, Pages 85 - 109, Pages 110 - 135

Safe HAven B104: Safe Haven
by Annemarie Allen

Safe Haven
is available in PDF
Front Cover
Contents
A tale of two local children's kindness at the outbreak of World War II (40pp) ?/$US 4 plus postage and packing ?/$US2

B105: The Wills Report - Creating Wealth through Management Development, by Gordon Wills The second of the autobiographical volumes describing the challenges of British management education 1977-1988.
The Wills Report - Creating Wealth through Management Development is available on-line:
Pages 0-27, Pages 28-49, Pages 50-74, Pages 75-83, Pages 84-106, Pages 107-108

B106: Back & Forth
by Gordon Prestoungrange

Cover
Book

The third volume of autobiographical reminisence concluding in 2002.

Navigators Can B107: Navigators Can
by George Korey
Dr George Korey was founder in Toronto of The Canadian School of Management and its President from 1976 - 1998 when Prestoungrnage took on that role. This is his memoirs beginning with World War II in Poland.
?0/€30/$US30 plus postage and packing
Navigators Can is available on-line
Cover
Pictures
Pages 1-10, Pages 11-20, Pages 21-39, Pages 40-100, Pages 101-170,
Pages 171-172
, Pages 173-192

B108: Sodexho University
by Harry Lenderman

Fascineting testimonies of the action learning of management at Sodexho Corporate University in the USA.

Prices are $US20/ € 20/ £15 plus pp at $/€/2 and £1.50
Sodexho University is available on-line
Cover
About Sodexho & Contents
Pages 1-31, Pages 32-61, Pages 62-90, Pages 91-120, Pages 121-152,
Pages 153-181, Pages 182-201

B109: Barons Courts of Prestoungrange & of Dolphinstoun -
Trinity Session
Elizabeth II.53.2004

Proceedings
July 14th - 27th 2004

Copies of the Proceedings of Scotland¡¯s last Baronial Courts ever in Session are published at £20 + postage

Available from the Clerk to the Barons Courts
227 High Street, Prestonpans, Scotland EH32 9BE
Ph. +44 [0]1875 819922


Annexures

   
Barons Courts of Prestoungrange & of Dolphinstoun -
Trinity Session
Elizabeth II.53.2004

Proceedings
November 16th 2004

 
FULL TEXT BOOKS OF LOCAL INTEREST
     
Tales of the Pans L201: Tales of the Pans
Published by Prestonpans Local History Society 2000
(reprinted 2002)
A collection of memories from panners about Prestonpans (87 pp) ?0/$US15 plus postage and packing ?.50/$US4.
 
Tales of the Pans is available on-line
Front Cover
Introduction
Contents
Acknowledgements

     
Pans Remembered L202: The Pans Remembered
Published by East Lothian District Library 1986

The Pans Remembered
is available on-line Index Page
The original collection of memories from Panners.

     
Prestonpans and Vicinity

L203: Prestonpans and Vicinity
Historical Ecclesiastical and Traditional By Peter McNeill, 1912

The Pans Remembered
is available on-line Index Page

The classic work detailing the history of the area.

British Gothenburg Experiments L204: The British Gothenburg Experiments
by Joseph Rowntree & Aurther Sherwell
It is available on-line Index Page
A critical analysis of The Gothenburg movement that questions how socially inspired they really were.

The Dean Tavern - A Gothenburg Experiment L205: The Dean Tavern -
A Gothenburg Experiment

by Alastair Anderson
It is available on-line Index Page
Perhaps the first example of the institution a Gothenburg pub can make to its community over a century.

Cover L206: The Manor of Milton and the Scottish Baronies of Prestoungrange and Dolphinstoun
by Gordon Prestoungrange (2000)
The story of Milton Manor since the Domesday Book and the restoration of the Manor House, together with details of the Scottish Baronies (44pp) ?.50/$US6 plus postage and packing ?/$US2

L207: Manor of Milton Malsor in Domesday

Domesday Entry in Latin and Translation as shown below. Copies of both are held at The Manor House for the whole of Northamptonshire.
 
Click here to view the Domesday Entry in Latin
Click here to view the Domesday Translation

A Vicorian History of the County of Northamptonshire (Extract on The Manor)

L208: The Story of Milton Malzor
by Rev. BE Evans
The classic work on the history of the village since the
L208: The Story of Milton Malzor
Chapter 1, Chapter2-3, Chapter 4, Chapter 5, Chapter 6, Chapter 7, Chapter 8, Chapter 9, Chapter 10,
Chapter 11 part 1, part 2, part 3, Chapter 12, Chapter 13, Chapter 14, Chapter 15, Chapter 16, Index

L209: The Tom Tait Story
by Jim Forster

Is available online here

The Tom Tait story was written by Jim Forster as his entry to the Prestonpans Local History Week's Memoirs competition.

L210: Prestoungrange Church - 1595-1995
by Ian Wallace

Is available online here:

Part one
Part two

Tells the story of The Church acron 400 years since its establishment by the turbialent Rev John Davidson in 1595, and is beautifully illustrated.

L211: Historical Survey of Prestonpans - 2nd Edition
by Jeanette Burriss

Is available online here

Produced in 1928 for her final year project as a pupil at Preston Lodge School, she compiled this splendid set of paintings, together with a brief history of the town's landmarks.

All proceeds from the sale of this booklet go to the Burriss Bursary for the Arts in Prestonpans £7.50 / € 10 + pp


L212: Fowler's Brewers' Manual

Is available on line here

This handbook was written for those who join a BrewSet at The Prestoungrange Gothenburg to help brew Fowler's Real Ales and earn their Fellowship Certificate. It describes the processes involved and hand an excellent Glossary of Terms.

£15.00 / € 25 + pp


L213: Cockenzie Power Station Mural

Is available on line here

This booklet traces the history that lies behind Andrew Crummy's mural. After 1715 when mining began it saw Scotland's first wagon way across which the Battle of Prestonpans was fought.The Preston Links Colliery on the site gave way to today's power station, which when built was the largest in Scotland

£1.00 / € 1.50 + pp


L214: Witch!
by Roy Pugh

Is available on line here:

Scene 1
Scene 2
Finale

Recreates The Assize of 1678 at which the then Baron of Prestoungrange, Sir Alexander Morrison, presided to try Agnes Kelly and Marjorie Anderson, both accused of Witchcraft. With evidence from the Minister of Prestonpans Kirk, a witch pricker and sundry indwellers, they were both found guilty in a travesty of justice and executed.

£5.00

L215: The Cauldron
by Roy Pugh

Is available on line here.

The First of The Prestonpans Witch Trilogy of Plays created in Remembrance of the 81 people so wrongfully put to death in Prestonpans and Pardoned by the Barons Courts July 27th 2004.

£5.00


Prestonpans Porcelain by Graeme Cruickshank

L216: Prestonpans Porcelain by Graeme Cruickshank

Is available on line here:

Scottish Pottery Studies is the name of a series of booklets, the aim of each being to examine some specific aspect of Scottish Pottery history.

The Registered Designs of Belfield's Pottery, Prestonpans by Graeme Cruickshank

L217: The Registered Designs of Belfield's Pottery, Prestonpans by Graeme Cruickshank

Is available on line here:

 

Scottish Pottery Studies is the name of a series of booklets, the aim of each being to examine some specific aspect of Scottish Pottery history.

Prestonpans Pottery by Graeme Cruickshank

L218: Prestonpans Pottery by Graeme Cruickshank

This is the third definitive volume evaluating and honouring of the role which Prestonpans has played in Scottish industrial history

A Backward Glance by Sharon Dabell

L219 A Backward Glance by Sharon Dabell

Is available online here

An historical novel of the '45

L220 Rebellious Scots to Crush by Arran Johnston

L220 Rebellious Scots to Crush by Arran Johnston

Cover online here

Anthology of literature and poetry arising from the Battle of Prestonpans

L221 Off the Wall Art in Prestonpans by John Lindsay, Roy Pugh, Andrew Dallmeyer and Ian Nimmo

L221 Off the Wall Art in Prestonpans by John Lindsay, Roy Pugh, Andrew Dallmeyer and Ian Nimmo

Is available online here

Off the Wall Art is a manifesto for history and the arts beyond the acclaimed mural painting in Prestonpans. It is a manifesto for what the arts ¡®off the wall¡¯ can and are doing in Prestonpans.

L222 The Rose and the Thorn Tree by Roy Pugh L222 The White Rose and the Thorn Tree by Roy Pugh

Is available online here

An historical novel of the '45

L223 The Devil's Craft by Roy Pugh L223 The Devil's Craft by Roy Pugh

Is available online here

The last of three plays written as a permanent tribute and reminder of the 81 individuals convicted, but since pardoned, of witchcraft in Prestonpans.

L224 A Baron's Tale by Gordon Prestoungrange L224 A Baron's Tale by Gordon Prestoungrange

Is available online here

A novel from Cuthill Press by Gordon Prestoungrange, Baron of Prestoungrange, that explores the life of William Grant in 1745/ 1764 and all that has since transpired at Prestoungrange - September 2009.

L225 The Picture of a Scottish Baron Court by Patrick Anderson

L225 The Picture of a Scottish Baron Court by Patrick Anderson

Is available online here

Satirical mid 17th century poem of the Baron who convenes his Court in the hope of collecting rent arrears but finds his tenants are a good match in trickery for his Lady and his Bailie. The Baron concludes the enterprise with little gain:

"Up, stay the pleugh, and let us kill a mouse, I and the Bailie must have one carouse"


L226 Valour does not wait by Arran Johnston

L226 Valour does not wait by Arran Johnston

IS available online here

This is the story of a young man’s extraordinary achievements, of
his hopes and ambitions, failures and torments. It is the story of
the real Bonnie Prince Charlie, and the mission which first made,
and then destroyed him.

EXTRACTS FROM OUT OF PRINT BOOKS
 
E301: Scottish Pottery, by J Arnold Flemming

Click here to read extract on line concerning Prestonpans.
Tales of the work of myriad potteries in the area over the centuries.

     
E302: Waverley, by Sir Walter Scott

Click here to read the extract.
Tells of the heioism and chivalry of the Battle at Prestonpans.

E303: Sir Walter Scott's Journal (1837 / 1890 / 1972)

Click here to read the extract.
Tells of Sir Walter Scott's visits to Prestonpans.

E304: Official Battle Archives interpreted by Tomasson & Buist (1962)

Click here to read the extract.
Tells the details of the Battle of Prestonpans.

E305: The Thorntree by Hugh Hannah

Click here to read the extract.
Tells of the fate of the Thorntree where Colonel Gardiner was imortally wounded at the Battle of Prestonpans.

E306: The Robes of the Feudal Baronage of Scotland, 1944-45 by Thomas Innes

Click here to read the extract.
 

E307: Book of the Lodge of Aitchison's Haven
1598-1764

Click here to read the extract.

These are the oldest Minute Books of any Lodge in the world.

E308: Some Remarkable Passages in the Life of Hon. Col. James Gardiner
by P. Doddridge, D.D

Click on the links below to read the extracts

Part one
Part two
Part three
Part four
Doddridge, P., 1747, Some Remarkable Passages in the Life of the Hon. Col. J Gardiner, who was Slain at the Battle of Preston-pans, September 21st 1745, New Edition 1807, Brightly & Kinnerley, Bungay.

Salt Pans

E309 Salt Pans
by Alex Hamilton

Is available online here

PRESTONPANS
Scotlands Last Saltworks.


PRESTOUNGRANGE HISTORICAL SERIES N.B. The individual contributions are each available separately as follows as booklets of some 30/50 pages each, at approximately £6 plus postage and packing ?/$US2

book cover

Booklets
R1 Prestongrange House - Sonia Baker
R2 Morrison's Haven - Julie Aitken
R3 Sourcing Brickmaking Salting and Chemicals at Prestongrange - David Anderson
R4 Industrial Ownership and Relations at Prestongrange - Allan Burnett
R5 Horses Steam and Electrical Engines at Prestongrange - Anne Marie Allan
R6 Health Hazards over the Centuries at Prestoungrange - Kirsty Black
R7 Model Housing for Prestongrange Miners - Annie Lyall
R8 Water at Prestongrange and Pumping it out - Ewan Wilson
R9 Decorative Pottery at Prestoungrange - Jane Bonar
R10 Geology of Prestongrange and its Environmental Impact by Matthew Carter and Julian Wills
R11 Agricultural Improvement at Dolphinstoun - Chris Allan
R12 Fowler's Brewery - Famous since the '45 - David Anderson
R13 The Prestoungrange Gothenburg - Gordon Prestoungrange  
R14 Battle of Prestonpans - Michael of Albany
Cover, Other titles, Foreword & contents, Pages 1-10, Pages 11-15, Pages 16-18, Pages 19-20, Pages 21-24, Pages 25-30, Pages 31-35, Pages 36-39

R15 Steaming up at Prestoungrange - Colin Boyd
Cover, Other titles, Foreword & Contents, Pages 1-10, Page 11, Pages 12-13, Pages 14-15, Pages 16-17, Pages 18-19, Pages 20-21, Pages 22-23, Pages 24-25, Pages 26-27, Pages 28-42, Page 43

R16 The Story Glenkinchie since 1723 - Craig Ward
Cover, Other titles, Foreword & Contents, Introduction, Pages 2-18, Pages 19-25, Pages 26-30,
Page 31, Pages 32-36, Bibliography

R17 The Painted Prestoungrange Ceiling 1581 - Annemarie Allan
Cover, Other titles, Foreword & Contents, Pages 1-7, Pages 8-10, Pages 11-15, Pages 16-19, Pages 20-24, Pages 25-31, Pages 32-34, Notes

R18 A Pride of Panners - Bob Hopkins
Cover, Forward to Page 20, Pages 21-37, Pages 38-44, Pages 45-47, Pages 48-59, Pages 60-63, Pages 64 to end

R19 The Roads that led by Prestoungrange - Andrew Ralton
Cover, Other Titles, Foreword & Contents, Introduction, Pages 5-12, Pages 13-21, Pages 22-31, Pages 32-40, Pages 41-46, Pages 47-54, Pages 55-79, Pages 80 to end
R20 Poverty, Self-help and an Emerging Social Life in Prestonpans - Sonia Baker
Cover, Other Titles, Forward & Contents, Pages 1-26, Picture Spread, Pages 27-58, Pages 59 - end

R21 81 Witches of Prestonpans - Pardoned They Are - Annemarie Allan
Cover, Centre Spread

R23 The Prestoungrange Totems 2006 - Gordon Prestoungrange
Cover, Insert
R24 Victory at Prestonpans - Dr Christopher Duffy

P1: Three Prestoungrange Paintings - Limited Edition Reproductions (un- framed) of Janice McNab's works, ?0/$US140 postage and packing included. Foreshore Ceiling Showers
   
P2: Twelve Janice McNab Postcards of the Prestoungrange Paintings
(4 of each) ?/$US15 postage and packing included.
Janice McNab Postcards
   
P3: Thirty Janice McNab Postcards of the Prestoungrange Paintings
(10 of each) ?5/$US25 postage and packing included.
Janice McNab Postcards
   
P4: Morrison's Haven - Michael McVeigh
Reproductions £25 (unframed)
 
   
P5: Prestonpans Saltworks - Kate Hunter
Reproductions £25 (unframed)
 

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