CAMPBELL OF INVERNEILL BIBLIOGRAPHY

British Battles Website
"The Battle of Ticonderoga"

Campbell, Colin
"Origins of the Campbells of Inverneill." The Scottish Genealogist, quarterly journal of the Scottish Genealogy Society. Vol XXXV, No. 2. June 1988. Pages 63 - 72.

Clan Campbell Society of America
"Septs of Clan Campbell: MacKerlie."

Clan McNaughton

Dictionary of National Biography

Duncan, A. G. M.
Green's Glossary of Scottish Legal Terms. 3rd edition. Edinburgh, W. Green/ Sweet & Maxwell, 1992.

Dundarave Castle
http://www.rcahms.gov.uk/pls/portal/newcanmore.details_gis?inumlink=23604
http://www.neilmunro.co.uk/biog.htm "Castle Doom"

Facts about Edinburgh

Ft William
http://www.kolkata.org.uk/tourist-attractions/index.html
http://www.kolkata-india.com/travel/maidanandfortwilliam.html
http://www.bangalweb.com/hist/calhis1a.html

Georgia Encyclopedia

Holmes, Richard.
Redcoat: the British Soldier in the Age of Horse and Musket. Harper Collins, 2001

Inverneil Papers.
National Archives of Scotland. Microfilm #RH4/121/4.

Kay, John
Original Portraits and Caricature Etchings by the late John Kay: miniature painter, Edinburgh; with biographical sketches and illustrative anecdotes. Edinburgh: Adam and Charles Black, MCCCCLXXVII. New Edition.
General Buttons, an American Officer: No. CVII, Vol. 1, p 266.
also: p. 404: Erskine and Archibald of Inverneill.

McCulloch, Ian MacPherson
Author of several books and papers on Canadian and Scottish Military History, he was of great help in making possible this chapter on Campbell of Inverneill.

McGeachy, Robert A
The American War of Lieutenant Colonel Archibald Campbell of Inverneill

MacInnes, Allan I
"From Clanship to Clearance in Argyllshire", in Scottish Elites: Proceedings of the Scottish Historical Studies Seminar, University of Strathclyde, 1991 - 1992. Ed. by T. M. Devine, Edinburgh, John Donald, 1994.

MacKillop, Andrew
"Fashioning a Second Empire: Sir Archibald Campbell of Inverneil and the Government of Madras, 1786 - 89." Paper 6, 16th European Conference on Modern South Asian Studies: Panel No. 50. 'Scotland and India - historical Issues.'

MacMillan, Somerled
Families of Knapdale: their history and their place-names (being a compendium of information on the MacMillans, the MacSweens, the Campbells, the MacNeills, the MacAllisters, the MacTavishes, the MacIlvernocks (or Grahams), and others of Knapdale.). Privately printed in Ipswich, Mass. 1960.

Martin, Martin
A Description of the Western Islands of Scotland, circa 1695. London, 1703. Birlinn, 1994

Morris, Albert
Kay's Capital Characters: Adapted from John Kay's Original Portraits. Edinburgh, Pentland Associates, n.d.

Ryan, D. Michael
"Concord Gaol"

Scots Magazine
August 1776. Vol. XXXVIII, p 427

Sandes, Lieut Col E.W.C. DSO, MC, RE (Ret)
Miliary Engineer in India. Chatham (Gt Brit), Institution of Royal Engineers,, 1933, 2 vols. on Ft William and Campbell: vol 1, chapter VIII, p 119.
also: Mysore Wars, 1780 - 1799, p. 162

Smart, Alistair
Allan Ramsay: Painter, Essayist and Man of the Enlightenment Yale, 1992

Walcott, Charles H.
Sir Archibald Campbell of Inverneill; sometime Prisoner of War in the Jail at Concord, Massachusetts. Printed for the author by Thomas Todd, Boston, Beacon Press, 1898.

Westminster Abbey
Text by Trevor Beeson, 5th Edition, May 1985
ISBN 84-378-0854-5

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