Author:Cosmo Innes

Cosmo Innes
(1798–1874)
historian and antiquary; Professor of Constitutional Law and History in the University of Edinburgh
Cosmo Innes

WorksEdit

  • Two Ancient Records of the Bishopric of Caithness (1827)
  • Registrum Monasterii de Passalet cartas privilegia conventiones aliaque munimenta complectens a domo fundata A.D.MCLXIII usque ad A.D.MDXXIX (1832)
  • Liber Sancte Marie de Melros : munimenta vetustiora monasterii cisterciensis de Melros (1837)
  • Registrum Episcopatus Moraviensis, e pluribus codicibus consarcinatum circa A.D. MCCCC. Cum continuatione diplomatum recentiorum usque ad A.D. MDCXXIII (1837)
  • Liber Cartarum Sancte Crucis. Munimenta Ecclesie Sancte Crucis de Edwinesburg (1840)
  • Registrum de Dunfermelyn. Liber cartarum Abbatie Benedictine S.S. Trinitatis et B. Margarete Regine de Dunfermelyn (1842)
  • Registrum Episcopatus Glasguensis (1843)
  • Registrum episcopatus aberdonensis: Ecclesie cathedralis aberdonensis regesta que extant in unum collecta (1845) in 2 vols. v.1 v.2
  • Liber S. Marie de Calchou. Registrum cartarum Abbacie Tironensis de Kelso, 1113-1567 (Kelso Abbey) (1846)
  • Liber Insule Missarum: Abbacii Canonic. Regul. … de Inchaffery registrum (1847)
  • Carte monialium de Northberwic: prioratus cisterciensis B. Marie de Northberwic (North Berwick Priory) (1847)
  • Liber Insule missarum: abbacie canonicorum regularium B. Virginis et S. Johannis de Inchaffery (Inchaffery Abbey) (1847)
  • Registrum S. Marie de Neubotle. Abbacie Cisterciensis Beate Virginis de Neubotle chartarium vetus. Accedit appendix cartarum originalium. 1140-1528 (Newbattle Abbey) (1849)
  • Origines parochiales Scotiae. The antiquities ecclesiastical and territorial of the parishes of Scotland (1851)
  • Registrum Honoris de Morton. A series of ancient charters of the Earldom of Morton with other original papers (1853), in 2 vols.
  • Fasti Aberdonenses. Selections from the records of the University and King's College of Aberdeen, 1494-1854 (1854)
  • Memoir of Thomas Thomson, Advocate (1854) [1]
  • Munimenta Alme Universitatis Glasguensis. Records of the University of Glasgow, from its foundation till 1727 (1854)
  • The black book of Taymouth: with other papers from the Breadalbane charter room (1855)
  • Registrum Episcopatus Brechinensis cui accedunt Cartae quamplurimae originales (1856)
  • The Brus: From a Collation of the Cambridge and Edinburgh Manuscripts (1856)
  • Scotland in the Middle Ages: Sketches of Early Scotch History and Social Progress (1860) [2]
  • Concerning some Scotch surnames (1860)
  • Sketches of early Scotch history and social progress; church organization, the university, home life (1861) [3]
  • Ancient Laws and Customs of the Burghs of Scotland (1868)
  • Lectures on Scotch Legal Antiquities (1872) [4]

As editorEdit

  • Liber S. Thome de Aberbrothoc. Registrorum Abbacie de Aberbrothoc. Pars prior. Registrum vetus munimentaque eidem coetanea complectens. 1178-1329. (Pars altera. Registrum nigrum necnon libros cartarum recentiores complectens. 1329-1536) (Arbroath Abbey) (1848), co-edited with P. Chalmers
  • A genealogical deduction of the family of Rose of Kilravock (1848), by Hew Rose
  • The Book of the Thanes of Cawdor: A Series of Papers Selected from the Charter Room at Cawdor (1859), by John Frederick Vaughan Campbell Cawdor [5]
  • History of the University of Edinburgh: From Its Foundation (1862), in 2 vols., by Andrew Dlazel
  • Natural History & Sport in Moray (1863), by Charles St. John
  • An Account of the Familie of Innes (1864), by Duncan Forbes
  • Ledger of Andrew Halyburton: Together with The Book of Customs and Valuation of Merchandises in Scotland (1867), by Andrew Halyburton
  • Facsimiles of National Manuscripts of Scotland (1867)
  • Reminiscences of Scottish life & character (1874), by Edward Bannerman Ramsay

Works about InnesEdit


 

Works by this author published before January 1, 1926 are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago. Translations or editions published later may be copyrighted. Posthumous works may be copyrighted based on how long they have been published in certain countries and areas.