Scotland and Russia - books and articles

This is a list of titles of books and articles, identified by curatorial staff, which are relevant to the study of Scotland and Russia. It is not a comprehensive bibliography. The list includes the accounts of some Scottish travellers in Russia. Some works listed contain much relevant information, even though they do not focus specifically on Scots or Scotland.

For those items we hold we have added National Library of Scotland shelfmarks in brackets after the dates.

To suggest titles for inclusion in this list, email Catherine Booth. List updated: 7 January 2010.

Books

  • 'Admiral Aleksei Samuilovich Greig', by A Aslanberov. St Petersburg, 1873.
  • 'Aleksei Samuilovich Greig', by IU S Kriuchkov. Moskva, 1984. [HP1.86.3479]
  • 'Anecdotes of the Russian Empire', by W Richardson. London, 1784. [NE.87.c.24]
  • 'Arkhitekturnyi ansambl' Kamerona v Pushkine', by M G Voronov. Leningrad, 1982. [HP1.84.1115]
  • 'Between the lines: letters and diaries from Elsie Inglis's Russian unit', edited by A F Cahill. Edinburgh, 1999. [HP2.200.01817]
  • 'Biblical researches and travels in Russia', by E Henderson. London, 1826. [K.158.b]
  • 'The book for every land: reminiscences of labour and adventures in the work of Bible circulation in the north of Europe and in Russia', by J Paterson. London, 1857. [NF.1348.c.18]
  • 'British [chiefly Scottish] doctors in Russia, 1657-1807: their contribution to Anglo-Russian medical and natural history', by J H Appleby. [PhD thesis, University of East Anglia, Norwich, 1979] [S8.79.510]
  • 'By the banks of the Neva: chapters from the lives and careers of the British in eighteenth-century Russia', by A G Cross. Cambridge, 1997. [H4.98.1224]
  • 'By the banks of the Thames: Russians in eighteenth-century Britain', by A G Cross. Newtonville, Mass., 1980. [H3.81.2589]
  • 'The Caledonian connection: Scotland-Russia ties - Middle Ages to early twentieth century: a concise biographical list', by D Fedosov. Aberdeen, 1996. [HP2.96.7511]
  • 'The Caledonian phalanx: Scots in Russia', by P Dukes et al. Edinburgh, 1987. [GNE.2/1]
  • 'A cavalier in Muscovy [Patrick Gordon]', by S Buxhoeveden. London, 1932. [R.168.i]
  • 'The character of the Russians and a detailed history of Moscow', by R Lyall. London, 1823. [R.280.a]
  • 'Charles Cameron', by G C Lukomsky. London, 1943. [L.178.f]
  • 'Charles Cameron, architect to the court of Russia', by I Rae. London, 1971. [NC.269.h.17]
  • 'Charlz Kameron i arkhitektura imperatorskikh rezidentsii', by D O Shidkovskii. Moscow, 2008. [HB6.209.525]
  • 'Charl'z Kameron', by G K Kozmian, Leningrad, 1987. [HP1.88.1444]
  • 'Charl'z Kameron', by V N Taleporovskii. Leningrad, 1939. [Mf.26(13)]
  • 'Charl'z Kameron: sbornik statei', by N Lansere ... et al M., Petrograd, 1924 [FB.m.575]
  • 'Christina Robertson: a Scottish portraitist at the Russian Court', edited by A Farr. Edinburgh, 1996. [HP3.96.844]
  • 'The Crimea and Transcaucasia', by J B Telfer. 2 vols. London, 1876. [K.160.f]
  • 'A dangerous class: Scotland and St Petersburg: life on the margin'. Edinburgh, 1998. [HP3.99.243]
  • 'Dear allies : a story of women in Monklands and besieged Leningrad', by M Henderson. Airdrie, 1988. [HP2.89.2151]
  • 'Descendants of John Cook (1679-1780)', by A L Fullerton. Bernardston, Mass., 1998. [H2.99.150]
  • 'Dissertations sur les antiquites de Russie ...', by M Guthrie. St Petersburg, 1795. [A.82.f]
  • 'Dnevnik (1635-1659)', by P Gordon. Moskva, 2000. [H3.201.2790]
  • 'The Dvina remains', by E Fraser. Edinburgh, 1996. [H3.96.1489]
  • 'The Empress and the architect: British architecture and gardens at the court of Catherine the Great [Cameron/Hastie/Menelaws]', by D Shvidkovskii. New Haven, 1996. [H8.97.119]
  • 'Epokha Val'tera Skotta v Rossii: istoricheskii roman 1830-kh godov', by M Alt'shuller. St. Petersburg, 1996. [H3.97.5119]
  • 'Excursions in the interior of Russia', by R Bremner. London, 1840. 2 vols. [K.158.d]
  • 'The Family Greig in Russia', by A L Fullerton, F Yarmukhamedova. Bernardston, Mass., 2001. [H2.203.0285]
  • 'The First World War papers of Margaret Fawcett: letters and diaries from Russia and Romania 1916-1917', edited by A Fawcett Cahill. Pietermaritzburg, 1993. [HP2.94.4734]
  • 'General Patrick Gordon of Auchleuchries', by A Mackay. Peterhead, 1915. [NF.1327.c.18]
  • 'Grand Admiral Samuel Greig', by W G Prattis. [Fife?], 1985. [HP2.86.398]
  • 'The history of Peter the Great, Emperor of Russia ...', by A Gordon. 2 vols. Aberdeen, 1755. [A.82.c]
  • 'The house by the Dvina', by E Fraser. Edinburgh, 1984. [H3.85.1148]
  • 'Hugh MacDiarmid and the Russians', by P McCarey. Edinburgh, 1987. [H3.88.831]
  • 'IAkov Brius', by A N Filimon. Moscow, 2003. [H2.205.590]
  • The 'Jacobites and Russia, 1715-1750', by R Wills. East Linton, 2000. [HP2.202.06363]
  • 'John Paul Jones in Russia', by F A Golder. Garden City, NY, 1927. [H4.99.34]
  • 'Journal of a tour from Astrachan to Karass, by W Glen. Edinburgh, 1823. [K.128.f]
  • 'Lesli v voine 1812 g. = Leslies in 1812', by O N Lesli. Smolensk, 2005. [HB2.207.7.625]
  • 'Memoir of the late Charles Baird, esq., of St Petersburg, and of his son, the late Francis Baird, esq., of St Petersburg and 4, Queens Gate, London', by T Tower. London, 1867.
  • 'Memoirs ... containing an account of his travels in Germany, Russia, Tartary, the W Indies etc. ; as also very interesting private anecdotes of the Czar, Peter I of Russia', by P H Bruce. London, 1782. [K.158.g]
  • 'Memoirs of a British agent', by R H Bruce Lockhart. London, 1932. [R.174.e]
  • 'Memoirs of an interpreter', by A H Birse. London, 1967. [NF.1364.a.17]
  • 'Memoirs of Rear-Admiral Paul Jones ... including an account of his service under Prince Potemkin'. 2 vols. Edinburgh, 1830. [E.134.d]
  • 'Muir and Mirrielees: the Scottish partnership that became a household name in Moscow', by H Pitcher. Cromer, 1994. [HP2.95.2404]
  • 'Narrative of a pedestrian journey through Russia and Siberian Tartary from the frontiers of China to the Frozen Sea and Kamchatka', by J D Cochrane. London, 1824. [K.158.f]
  • 'Ossian v russkoi literature', by IU D Levin. Leningrad, 1980. [NE.964.d.1(3)]
  • 'Pamiatnik doktoru meditsiny i khirurgii, deistvitel'nomu tainomu sovetniku Iakovu Vasil'evichu Villie [Wylie]', by I A Chistovich. St Petersburg, 1860.
  • 'Passages from the diary of General Patrick Gordon of Auchleuchries, 1635-1699', edited by J Robertson. Aberdeen (Spalding Club), 1859. [Spalding.31]
  • 'Pharmocopaeia castrensis Ruthenica', by J Wylie. St Peterburg, 1808. [RB.s.1261]
  • 'Podarki TSaria Alekseeia polkovniku Lesli dlia kreshcheniia i za podnachalstvo 1625 g.', by V Storozhev. Moscow, 1895.
  • 'Russia ... with an autobiographical memoir', by D Mackenzie Wallace. London, 1887. [S.189.e.]
  • 'Russia, or miscellaneous observations on the past and present state of the country and its inhabitants', by R Pinkerton. London, 1833. [S.292.d]
  • 'Russia's financial sector: an opportunity for Scotland', edited by T O'Rourke. Glasgow, 1998. [SSL.IB.81]
  • 'The Russian shores of the Black Sea in the autumn of 1852', by L Oliphant. Edinburgh, 1853. [K.158.d]
  • 'Scotland and Russia in the Enlightenment (Filosofskii vek, 15)', edited by T V Artem'eva, M I Mikeshin. St Petersburg, 2001. [HP2.203.00097]
  • 'Scotland and the Slavs: cultures in contact, 1500-2000', edited by M Cornwall and M Frame. Newtonville, Mass., 2001. [H4.201.0885]
  • 'Scotland and the Thirty Years' War', edited by S Murdoch. Leiden, 2001. [H2.202.0553]
  • 'Scots in Poland, Russia and the Baltic states, 1550-1850', by D Dobson. Baltimore, 2000. [HP1.201.2386]
  • 'Scots in Russia 1666-1934: eleven Scots who visited Russia from the seventeenth to the twentieth centuries'. Edinburgh, 1987. [HP2.89.529]
  • 'Scotsmen in the service of the Tsars', by I G Anderson. Edinburgh, 1990. [H3.90.983]
  • 'Scottish influences in Russian history: from the end of the sixteenth century to the beginning of the nineteenth century', by A F Steuart. Edinburgh, 1913. [S.174.h]
  • 'The Scottish Kremlin builder: Christopher Galloway (clockmaker, architect and engineer to Tsar Mikhail, the first Romanov)', by J Howard. Edinburgh: Manifesto, 1997. [HP3.98.401]
  • 'Shamans, lamas and evangelicals: the English [sic] missionaries in Siberia', by R C Bawden. London, 1985.[H3.85.699]
  • 'The Smiths of Moscow', by H Pitcher. Cromer, 1984. [HP2.84.6205]
  • 'Some aspects of Scottish authors in Russian literature in the first half of the nineteenth century', by M Green. Edinburgh (PhD thesis), 1955. [H8.90.178]
  • 'A summer in Kieff or sunny days in S Russia', by I Morris. London, 1891. [K.160.c]
  • 'Survival against the odds: the story of Petty Officer Donald MacKinnon, Russian convoy survivor', by D J MacLeod. Aberdeen, 2000. [HP2.2000.07954]
  • 'Tagebuch des Generales Patrick Gordons'. 3 vols. Moscow, 1849. [X.96.c]
  • 'Three cities in Russia', by C Piazzi Smyth. 2 vols. London, 1862. [K.160.e]
  • 'Tot samyi kudesnik Brius', by A V Kiriukhin. Moscow, 2003. [H2.204.0245]
  • 'A tour in Russia', by H M Muir. Leith, 1898. [K.160.d]
  • 'Travelling sketches in Russia and Sweden, 1805-8', by R K Porter. London, 1809. [K.160.a]
  • 'Travels into Norway, Denmark and Russia in the years 1788, 1789, 1790 and 1791', by A Swinton. London, 1792. [NE.88.d.4]
  • 'Travels from St Petersburg in Russia to diverse parts of Asia', by J Bell. 2 vols. Glasgow, 1763. [K.160.a]
  • 'Travels in Russia', by W R Wilson. 2 vols. London, 1828. [K.158.b]
  • 'Travels in Russia, the Krimea, the Caucasus and Georgia', by R Lyall. London, 1825. [K.158.b]
  • 'Venok Robertu Bernsu', by G E Fel'dman. Moscow, 1964. [NE.964.e.4(6)]
  • 'Vil'iam Karrik, kartiny russkoi zhizni' [= 'William Carrick, scenes of Russian life'], by E A Glushkova et al. St Petersburg, 2010. [PB6.211.442/7)
  • 'Villi the clown', by W Campbell. London, 1981. [H3.81.4611]
  • 'The voice within: winning entries from Scotland and Russia 1989 to 1998'. [The Pushkin prizes in Scotland] Glasgow, 1999. [HP2.99.6323]
  • 'Voyages and travels through the Russian Empire', by J Cook. Edinburgh, 1770. [ABS.3.80.1]
  • 'Wreck of the pink, Evstafii, a transport of the Imperial Russian Navy, lost off Shetland in 1780', by R Stenuit. [S.l.], 1977. [HP2.78.299]

Articles

  • 'Aberdeen and North-East Scotland: some archival sources', by P Dukes in 'The study of Russian history from British archival sources' edited by J M Hartley. London, 1986, pp. 51-66. [H3.86.1890]
  • 'The Aberdeen Enlightenment and Russia', by P Dukes in 'Aberdeen and the Enlightenment' edited by J J Carter and J H Pittock. Aberdeen, 1987, pp. 20-25. [HP2.87.5525]
  • 'Adam Menelas', by A K Andreev in 'Problemy sinteza iskusstv i arkhitektury', vyp. 7 (1977)
  • 'Adam Smith and his Russian admirers of the 18th century', by M Alekseev in 'Adam Smith as student and professor' edited by W R Scott. Glasgow, 1937, pp.424-431. [H4.98.1294]
  • 'Adam Smith, Russia and Soviet economics', by A V Anikin in 'Royal Bank of Scotland Review', no. 166 (1990), pp. 44-52. [NF.1568]
  • 'Adam Smith's first Russian disciple', by N W Taylor in 'Slavonic and East European Review', 45 (1967), pp. 425-438. [P.107]
  • 'Adam Smith's first Russian followers', by A H Brown in 'Essays on Adam Smith' edited by A S Skinner and T Wilson. Oxford, 1975, pp. 247-273. [Q3.76.544]
  • 'Adam Smit v Rossii', by T V Artem'eva in 'Filosofskii vek', 19 (2002), pp. 39-66. [Awaiting cataloguing]
  • 'Admiral Greig's tomb', by V Antonov in 'Study Group on Eighteenth-Century Russia Newsletter', no. 12 (1984), pp. 25-34. [HJ8.547] '
  • 'Admiral Samuil Karlovich Greig', by M M Page in 'Scottish Slavonic Review', no. 15 (1990), pp. 7-18. [HJ3.856]
  • 'Admiral Thomas Gordon', by J Binnie in 'History Scotland', vol.9, no.1 (January-February 2009), pp. 20-25. [HJ8.2664]
  • 'Andrei Danilovich Farvarson [Farquharson]', by A Sokolov in 'Morskoi sbornik', no.15 (1856), pp. 172-178.
  • 'Architect to three emperors: Adam Menelas in Russia', by D Shvidkovskii in 'Apollo', (January 1992), pp. 36-41. [HJ10.235]
  • 'Arcticus [Guthrie] and The Bee (1790-1794): an episode in Anglo-Russian cultural relations', by A G Cross in 'Oxford Slavonic Papers', N.S.II (1969), pp. 62-76. [NE.956.d]
  • 'Biographical notes on John Fraser (1750-1811): plant nurseryman, explorer and royal botanical collector to the Czar of Russia', by M B Simpson in 'Archives of Natural History', vol 24, pt. 1 (Feb.1997), pp. 1-18. [SSL.PER]
  • 'Boris Pasternak and Mary Queen of Scots: an aspect of the female image', by C Barnes in 'Scotland and the Slavs' edited by by P Henry et al. Nottingham, 1993, pp. 25-49. [HP2.93.3684]
  • 'A British portraitist in Imperial Russia: Christina Robertson and the court of Nicholas I', by E Renne in 'Apollo', vol. 142, no. 403, pp. 43-45. [HJ10.235]
  • 'The brothers Aleksandr and Nikolai Turgenev in Scotland', by K Birkett in 'Coexistence', v. 29, no. 2 (1992), pp. 125-30. [QJ4.183]
  • 'Cameron discoveries', by D O Shvidkovskii in 'Architectural Review', CLXXII, no. 1030, (1982), pp. 42-51. [X.235-236]
  • 'Charles Cameron's Scottish workmen', by A G Cross in 'Scottish Slavonic Review', 10 (1988) pp. 51-74. [HJ3.856]
  • 'Charles Gascoigne in Russia', by R P Bartlett in 'Russia and the West in the eighteenth century' edited by A G Cross. Newtonville, Mass., 1983, pp. 354-363. [H3.87.4275]
  • 'Chekhov's Far Eastern Scotsman', by P Barlow in 'Scottish Slavonic Review', no. 8 (1987), pp. 7-15. [HJ3.856]
  • 'Classical Edinburgh and Russian town-planning of the late 18th and early 19th centuries: the role of William Hastie (1755-1832)', by D Shvidkovskii in 'Scottish architects abroad: architectural heritage', II (1991), pp. 69-78. [HJ8.1341/2]
  • 'Crimean Tatars, Nogays and Scottish missionaries: the story of Katti Geray and other baptised descendants of the Crimean Khans', by Hazan Kirimli in 'Cahiers du monde russe', vol. 45, nos. 1-2 (Jan-Juin 2004), pp. 61-107. [QJ4.195]
  • 'A dazzling adventurer, Charles Cameron; the lost early years', by J M Robinson in 'Apollo', (January 1992), pp. 31-35. [HJ10.235]
  • 'Dispute with a tutor: an episode fom Princess Dashkova's residence in Edinburgh', by A G Cross in 'Study Group on Eighteenth-Century Russia Newsletter', no. 19 (1991), pp. 22-29. [HJ8.547]
  • 'Dr James Mounsey of Rammerscales', by R W Innes Smith in 'Edinburgh Medical Journal', 33 (1926), pp. 272-279. [M.68, 69]
  • 'D S Mirskii and Hugh McDiarmid: a relationship and an exchange of letters (1934)', by G S Smith in 'Slavonica', vol. 3, no. 2 (1996/7), pp. 49-60. [HJ3.856]
  • 'Dundee and the Russian Revolution', by M Frame in 'Slavonica', vol. 6, no. 1 (2000), pp. 76-83. [HJ3.856]
  • 'The earliest copy in Russia of Newton's 'Principia': is it David Gregory's annotated copy?', by V S Kirsanov in 'Notes and Records, Royal Soc.', no. 2 (1992), pp. 203-218. [QJ4.337]
  • 'Earth construction in Russia: a Scottish connexion', by Alexei Mahkrov in 'Architectural History', vol. 40 (1997), pp. 171-183. [HJ4.455]
  • 'An Edinburgh surgeon of the Crimean War, Patrick Heson Watson', by W N Boog Watson in 'Medical History', X, pp.166-176. [NB.42]
  • 'Edinburgh University's cabinet of Russian medals', by A G Cross in 'Study Group on Eighteenth-Century Russia Newsletter', no. 1 (1973), pp. 27-28. [HJ8.547]
  • 'The enticement of Scottish artificers to Russia and Denmark in 1784 and 1786', by E A Jones in 'Scottish Historical Review', XVIII, no. 3 (1920-1), pp. 233-234. [HistS.2.SHS]
  • 'A fabian in Soviet Russia', by N Mitchison in 'Scottish Slavonic Review', 12-13 (1989), pp. 123-125. [HJ3.856]
  • 'The first Russian Bruces', by D G Fedosov in 'The Scottish Soldier Abroad' edited by G G Simpson. Edinburgh, 1992, pp. 55-66. [H3.92.2436]
  • 'The first Scottish soldiers in Russia', by P Dukes in 'The Scottish Soldier Abroad' edited by G Simpson. Edinburgh, 1992, pp. 47-54. [H3.92.2436]
  • 'From a tutor's journal: an introduction to the life and career of David Ker (1842-1914)', by H Pitcher in 'Scottish Slavonic Review', no. 10, pp. 165-176. [HJ3.856]
  • 'From Scotland to Russia via France: Scott, Defauconpret and Gogol', by S B Davis in 'Scottish Slavonic Review', no. 17 (1991), pp. 21-36 [HJ3.856]
  • 'George Lyon Carrick: Scots physician in Tsarist Russia', by F Ashbee in 'Scottish Slavonic Review', 1 (1983) pp. 73-84. [HJ3.856]
  • 'Henry Farquharson: pioneer of Russian education', by N Hans in 'Aberdeen University Review', 38 (1959-60), pp. 26-29. [Y.237]
  • 'The high road and the low: Russian students and travellers in eighteenth-century Scotland', by A G Cross in 'Coexistence', XXIX (1992), pp. 113-124. [QJ4.183]
  • 'Iakov Vasil'evich Villie [Wylie]', by V S Sakharov in 'Russkaia starina', XVI (1876), pp. 712-718.
  • 'In Cameron's shadow: Adam Menelaws, stonemason turned architect', by A G Cross in 'Scottish Slavonic Review', no. 17 (1991), pp. 7-19. [HJ3.856]
  • 'Ivan Turgenev's Scottish episode', by P Henry in 'Scotland and the Slavs' edited by P Henry et al. Nottingham, 1993, pp. 51-64. [HP2.93.3684]
  • 'J and P Coats in Russia', by J Kuenssberg in 'Scottish Slavonic Review', no. 19 (1992), pp. 71-88. [HJ3.856]
  • 'J Wylie und die mediko-chirurgische Akademie in St Petersburg', by H Muller-Dietz in 'Clio Medica', 4 (1969), pp. 99-107. [Q.114]
  • 'Jacobite relations with Peter the Great', by M W Bruce in 'Slavonic and East European Review', XIV (1936), pp. 343-362. [P.107]
  • 'James Mounsey: a Scot in the service of Russia', by IU G Epatko in 'Scottish Slavonic Review', no. 4 (1985), pp. 7-10. [HJ3.856]
  • 'John Grieve's correspondence with Joseph Black and some contemporaneous Russo-Scottish medical inter-communication', by J H Appleby in 'Medical History', 29, no. 4 (1985), pp. 401-413. [SJ4.302]
  • 'John Maclean and the Russian Revolution: a discussion article', by T Brotherstone in 'Scottish Labour History' Society Journal, 23 (1988), pp. 15-29. [HJ4.1745]
  • 'John Rogerson, physician to Catherine the Great', by A G Cross in 'Canadian Slavic Studies', IV (1970), pp. 594-601. [P.76]
  • 'Kabinet slepkov Dzheimsa Tassi [Tassie] v Ermitazhe', by IU O Kogan in Trudy Gos. Ermitazha, XIV (1973), pp. 82-96.
  • 'Kameron v Pavlovske', by T Sapozhnikov in 'Sredi kollektsionerov', no. 5 (1923)
  • '"Kapitanskaia dochka" and the creativity of borrowing. [Influence of Walter Scott]', by M Frazier in 'Slavic and East European Journal', vol. 37, no. 4 (1993), pp. 424-441.
  • 'Karass - Little Scotland in North Caucasus', by Anton Grizenko in 'Scotland-Russia Forum Review', nos. 19 and 20 (June 2008, Dec 2008), pp. 6-7 and 8-9. [HJ8.3138]
  • 'The Leslie family in the Swedish period (1630-5) of the Thirty Years' War', by P Dukes in 'European Studies Review', XII(4), pp. 401-424. [NB.92]
  • 'Letters and documents relating to Robert Erskine, physician to Peter the Great, Czar of Russia 1677-1720', by R Paul (editor) in 'Publications of the Scottish Historical Society', 44 ('Miscellany of the Scottish History Society', 2) (1904), pp. 373-430 [SCS.SHS.44]
  • 'Letters to St Petersburg written by Dr John Rogerson of Dumcrieff', by J Wilson in 'Trans. Dumfriesshire Arch. Soc.', XLIX (1972), pp. 121-122. [J.187]
  • 'The life and works of Sir Alexander Crichton, FRS (1763-1856): a Scottish physician to the Imperial Russian Court', by E M Tansey in 'Notes and Records of the Royal Society of London', 38, no. 2 (1984), pp. 241-259. [Y.151]
  • 'Matthew Guthrie (1743-1807): an eighteenth-century gemmologist', by J M Sweet in 'Annals of Science', 20, no. 4 (1964), pp. 245-302. [L.162]
  • 'Matthew Guthrie — the forgotten student of eighteenth century Russia', by K A Papmehl in 'Canadian Slavonic Papers', XI (1969), pp. 167-182. [Y.101]
  • 'The meeting of the Russian and Scottish ambassadors in London in 1601', by N Evans in 'Slavonic and East European Review', 55 (1977), pp. 517-528. [P.107]
  • 'The melancholy and the wild: a note on Macpherson's Russian success', by G R Barratt in 'Racism in the Eighteenth Century' edited by H E Pagliano. Cleveland, OH, 1973, pp. 125-135.
  • 'Memoir of Sir Samuel Greig in 'Dublin University Magazine', XLIV (1854), pp. 156-167. [J.216-217]
  • 'The mercenary as diplomat: the fall of the House of Stuart and the rise of the Petrine order', by G P Herd in 'Russia and the wider world in historical perspective: essays for Paul Dukes' edited by C Brennan and M Frame. Basingstoke, 2000, pp. 24-44. [H3.2000.5987]
  • 'Motifs in Sir Walter Scott's 'The fair maid of Perth' in Aleksandr Pushkin's 'Tazit, by M Altshuller in 'Slavic and East European Journal', vol. 32, no. 1 (1998), pp. 41-54.
  • 'My involvement with Scottish music', by S M Slonimsky in 'Scottish Slavonic Review', no. 10, pp. 225-228. [HJ3.856]
  • 'New perspectives: Alexander Leslie and the Smolensk War, 1632-1634', by P Dukes in 'Scotland and The Thirty Years War' edited by S Murdoch. Leiden, 2001, pp. 173-189. [H4.202.0553]
  • 'North-East Scots in Muscovy in the seventeenth century', by J W Barnhill and P Dukes in 'Northern Scotland', 1 (1972), pp.49-63. [HJ3.345]
  • 'Ossian and Russia', by P Dukes in 'Scottish Literary News', no. 3 (1973), pp. 17-22. [NB.31]
  • 'Ossian in the late 18th and early 19th-century Russian theatre', by Maria N Shcherbakova. [http://ideashistory.org.ru/pdfs/shcherbakova.pdf]
  • 'Patrick Gordon and his family circle: some unpublished letters', by P Dukes in 'Scottish Slavonic Review', no. 10 (1988), pp. 19-49. [HJ3.856]
  • 'Patrick Gordon's dispatches from Russia', by S Konovalov (editor) in 'Oxford Slavonic Papers', 11 (1964), pp. 8-16 [NE.956.d]
  • 'Paul Menzies and his mission from Muscovy to Rome, 1672-1674', by P Dukes in 'The Innes Review', XXXV (Autumn 1984), pp. 88-95. [Z]
  • 'Pechorin and Henry Morton', by R Ireland in 'Melbourne Slavonic Studies', no. 19 (1985), pp. 61-70. [QJ3.134]
  • 'Poezdki kniaginy E R Dashkovoi v Velikobritaniiu (1770 i 1776-1780 gg.) i ee nebol'shoe puteshestvie v gornuiu Shotlandiiu (1777)', by A G Cross in 'XVIII vek', XIX, (1995), pp. 223-268.
  • 'Poslednii period tvorchestva arkhitektora Ch. Kamerona v dokumentakh Admiralteistva', by D Shvidkovskii in 'Pamiatniki kul'tury', (1984), pp. 523-530. [HJ4.54]
  • 'Problems concerning the departure of Scottish soldiers from seventeenth-century Muscovy', by P Dukes in 'Scotland and Europe, 1200-1850' edited by T C Smout. Edinburgh, 1986, pp. 143-156. [Hist.S.88.2.S]
  • 'Problems in the Scottish trade with Russia in the eighteenth century: a study of mercantile frustration', by D S Macmillan in 'Great Britain and Russia in the eighteenth century' edited by A G Cross. Newtonville, Mass., 1979, pp. 164-181. [H1.81.326]
  • 'Rabota nad russkim perevodom 'Poema Ossiana' Dzheimsa Makfersona [MacPherson]', by Levin, IU D, in 'Scottish Slavonic Review', no. 10 (1988), pp. 93-114. [HJ3.856]
  • 'Rannee izvestie o sviazakh Rossii i Shotlandii', by N A Kazakova in 'Voprosy istorii', 7 (1970), pp. 197-198.
  • 'Recent Soviet views of Scottish common-sense philosophy', by T Brotherstone in 'Aberdeen and the Enlightenment' edited by J J Carter and J H Pittock. Aberdeen, 1987, pp. 26-35. [HP2.87.5525]
  • 'Recovering St Sophia: Cameron, Catherine II, and the idea of Constantinople in late eighteenth century Russia', by A Cutler in 'An architectural progress in the Renaissance and Baroque sojurns in and out of Italy, Papers in Art History from the Pennsylvania State University', VII (1992)
  • ''Rhubarb' Mounsey and the Surinam toad — a Scottish physician-naturalist in Russia', by J H Appleby in 'Archives of Natural History', 11, no. 1 (1982), pp. 137-152. [SP3.86.151]
  • 'Robert Erskine and Archibald Pitcairne — two Scottish physicians' outstanding libraries', by J H Appleby, A Cunningham in 'The Bibliotheck', 11, No. 1 (1982), pp. 3-16. [NRR PER]
  • 'Robert Erskine - Scottish pioneer of Russian natural history', by J H Appleby in 'Archives of Natural History', I, no. 3 (1982), pp. 3-16. [SSL PER]
  • 'Robert Louis Stevenson in Russia', by N Diakonova in 'Scottish Slavonic Review', 10 (1988), pp. 207-224. [HJ3.856]
  • ''Roslavlev': roman i popytka romana (M Zagoskin, A Pushkin I Ser Val'ter Skott', by M Altshul'er in 'Canadian-American Slavic Studies', 29, nos. 3-4 (1995), pp. 285-299. [HJ9.1516]
  • 'Russia in Sauchiehall Street', by R Kenna in 'Scottish Slavonic Review', no. 11 (1988), pp. 137-140. [HJ3.856]
  • 'Russia's first Newtonian: Newton and J D Bruce', by V Boss in 'Archives internationales d'histoire des sciences', 60-1 (1962), pp. 233-264.
  • 'Russian attitudes to the aesthetics of Walter Scott', by IU Mann in 'Scotland and the Slavs', edited by P Henry et al. Nottingham, 1993, pp. 15-23. [HP2.93.3684]
  • 'The Russian Burns: the reception of Robert Burns in pre-revolutionary and Soviet times', by IU D Levin in 'Scottish Slavonic Review', 5 (1985), pp. 36-71. [HJ3.856]
  • 'Russian friends and correspondents of Sir Walter Scott', by G Struve in 'Comparative Literature', 2, no. 4 (Fall 1950), pp. 307-326. [NF.1557]
  • 'Russian influences on a Scottish author', by D Gunn in 'Scottish Slavonic Review', no. 19 (1992), pp. 65-69. [HJ3.856]
  • 'A Russian reflection of Dr James Graham's "strange establishment"', by J T Alexander in 'Study Group on Eighteenth-Century Russia Newsletter', no. 20, 1992, pp. 28-31. [HJ8.547]
  • 'Russian responses to the poetry of Ossian', by IU D Levin in 'Great Britain and Russia in the eighteenth century' edited by A G Cross. Newtonville, Mass., 1979, pp. 48-64. [H1.81.326]
  • 'Russian students at Edinburgh University, 1774-87', by A G Cross in 'Study Group on Eighteenth-Century Russia Newsletter' 5 (1977), pp. 5-7. [HJ8.547]
  • 'A Russian traveller in Scotland in 1828: Alexander Turgenev', by G Struve in 'Blackwoods Magazine', 258 (Nov. 1945), pp. 342-349. [NJ.323/2-324/1]
  • 'Russia's role in the industrialization of Scotland', by A J Durie in 'Russia and the west in the eighteenth century' edited by A G Cross. Newtonville, Mass., 1983, pp. 336-347. [H3.87.4275]
  • 'The sad and curious story of Karass', by M V Jones in 'Oxford Slavonic Papers', N S (1975), pp. 53-81. [NE.956.d]
  • 'Sadovnik Frensis Rid [Reid] v TSaritsyne i Ostankine', by B B Mikhailov in 'Arkhitektura SSSR', no. 4 (July-August 1990), pp. 104-109.
  • 'Samuel Greig, Catherine the Great's Scottish admiral', by A G Cross in 'Mariner's Mirror', LX (1972), pp. 173-197. [V.472]
  • 'A Scot in the service of the Czars: General Patrick Gordon of Auchleuchries', by I Grey in 'History Today', XVIII, pp. 251-258. [NF.1561]
  • 'Scotland and Russia: a boundless bond', by D Fedosov in 'Russia and the wider world in historical perspective: essays for Paul Dukes' edited by C Brennan and M Frame. Basingstoke, 2000, pp. 67-84. [H3.2000.5987]
  • 'Scotland and the Russian Revolution', by J Foster in 'Scottish Labour History Society Journal', no. 23 (1988), pp. 3-14. [HJ4.1745]
  • 'A Scots admiral of the Russian Navy (Thomas Gordon)', by W M Parker in 'Journal of the Royal United Services Institution', XCII (1947), pp. 268-273. [Y.208]
  • 'Scots doctors and their compatriots in the service of eighteenth century czars', by D Doyle in 'Journal of the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh', vol. 35, no. 2 (2005), pp. 169-174. [SJ8.2089]
  • 'Scots in the Caucasus: a curious missionary enterprise', by J Baxter in 'Scots Magazine', NS vol. 16, no. 1 (Oct 1931), pp. 1-9. [U.424]
  • 'Scotsmen an the Roushian navie', by D Fedosov in 'CAIRN', no. 1 (1997), pp. 63-69. [HJ3.1390]
  • 'Scott, Abbotsford and the Russian Gothic revival: influence and coincidence', by J Howard in 'Abbotsford and Sir Walter Scott', edited by I G Brown. Edinburgh, 2003, pp. 136-160. [HP3.203.1081]
  • 'Scottish architects in Tsarist Russia', by J Howard and S Kuznetsov in 'History Today', vol. 46, no. 2 (1996), pp. 35-41. [NF.1561]
  • 'Scottish architecture and the Russian "Style moderne"', by W C Brumfield in 'Scotland and the Slavs edited by P Henry et al. Nottingham, 1993, pp. 115-122. [HP2.93.3684]
  • 'Scottish cannon founders and the Russian Navy, 1768-1785', by R P Bartlett in 'Oxford Slavonic Papers', NS X(1977), pp. 51-72. [NE.956.e]
  • 'A Scottish mathematician in Russia: Henry Farquharson in Russia (c.1675-1739)', by D Fedosov in 'The universities of Aberdeen and Europe edited by P Dukes. Aberdeen, 1995, pp. 102-118. [HP2.96.473]
  • 'A Scottish missionary in the Caucasus: Henry Brunton', by P E H Hair in 'Bulletin of Scottish Institute of Missionary Studies', (xiii), pp. 28-30. [P.168]
  • 'The Scottish-Russian trade: its development, fluctuations and difficulties, 1750-1796', by D S Macmillan in 'Canadian-American Slavic Studies', IV (1970), pp. 426-442. [P.76]
  • 'A Scottish view of Catherine's Russia: William Richardson's "Anecdotes of the Russian Empire" (1784)', by H Pitcher in 'Forum for Modern Language Studies', III (1967), pp. 236-271. [P.160]
  • 'S E Desnitsky, Adam Smith and the "Nakaz" of Catherine II', by A H Brown in 'Oxford Slavonic Papers', n.s. 7 (1974), pp. 42-59. [NE.956.d]
  • 'Searching for Sidney Reilly: the Lockhart plot in revolutionary Russia, 1918', by J W Long in 'Europe-Asia Studies', vol. 47, no. 7 (1995), pp. 1225-1243. [QJ9.721]
  • 'Shekhtel in Kelvingrove and Mackintosh on the Petrovka: two Russo-Scottish exhibitions at the turn of the century', by C Cooke in 'Scottish Slavonic Review', no. 10, pp. 177-205. [HJ3.856]
  • 'Shotlandskaia kolonia', by G Stewart in 'Stewarts', vol. 19, no. 2 (1993), pp. 102-104. [HJ4.1107]
  • 'Sir James Wylie: a medical adventurer', by R Hutchinson in 'Edinburgh Medical Journal', NS 35 (1928), pp. 583-588. [M.68-69]
  • 'Sir James Wylie in "Tulliallan: four lads o'pairts"', by W Meiklejohn. Linlithgow, 1990, pp. 1-23. [HP2.90.5200]
  • 'Sir Robert Ker Porter: a look at Petersburg', by O Zvenigorodskaia in 'Filosofskii vek', (20), 2002, pp. 31-37. [Awaiting cataloguing]
  • 'Sir Walter Scott, Russia and Tolstoy', by R F Christian in 'Scottish Slavonic Review', 10 (1988), pp. 75-91. [HJ3.856]
  • 'Sixteen further letters from Patrick Gordon', by S Konovalov (ed.) in 'Oxford Slavonic Papers', 13 (1967), pp. 72-93. [NE.956.d]
  • 'Sobstvennoruchnyi zhurnal kapitana-komandora S K Greiga v chesmenskii pokhod in 'Morskoi sbornik', II (1849), pp. 645-660, 715-730, 785-827.
  • 'Soldiers, sailors, Jacobite spy: Russo-Jacobite relations 1688-1750', by S Murdoch in 'Slavonica', vol. 3, no. 1 (1996/7), pp. 7-27. [HJ4.2336]
  • 'Some Aberdonian influences on the early Russian Enlightenment', by P Dukes in 'Canadian-American Slavic Studies', vol. 13, no. 4, pp. 436-451. [P.76]
  • 'Some Angus names in Russia'. by D Fedosov in 'Slavonica', vol. 6, no. 1, pp. 84-91. [HJ3.856]
  • 'Some correspondence of Dr James Mounsey, physician to the Empress Elizabeth of Russia', by G G C Thomas in 'Scottish Slavonic Review', no. 4 (1985), pp. 11-25. [HJ3.856]
  • 'St Petersburg to Edinburgh - Matthew Guthrie's introduction of medicinal plants in the context of Scottish-Russian natural history exchange', by J H Appleby in 'Archives of Natural History', 13, no. 1 (1987), pp. 28-40. [SSL PER]
  • 'The Sutherland affair and its aftermath', by A G Cross in 'Slavonic and East European Review', L (1972), pp. 257-275. [P.107]
  • 'Thomas Campbell's poetry in Russia', by O Sudlenkova in 'Scotland and the Slavs' edited by P Henry et al. Nottingham, 1993, pp. 39-49. [HP2.93.3684]
  • 'Thomas Garvine — Ayrshire surgeon active in Russia', by R Burgess in 'Medical History', 19, no. 1 (1975), pp. 91-94. [NB.42]
  • 'Three Scots [Wylie, Rogerson and Mounsey] in the service of the Czars', by J B Wilson in 'The Practitioner', 210 (1973), pp. 569-74, and 704-708. [M.81-82]
  • 'Tis sixty years since: Sir Walter Scott's eighteenth century and Tolstoi's engagement with history', by W Gareth Jones in 'Russian society and culture and the long eighteenth century' edited by R Bartlett and L Hughes. Muster, 2004, pp. 185-194. [SU.31]
  • 'Tra Scozia e Russia', by F Venturi in 'Rossiia-Russia', 1 (1984), pp. 9-40. [HK3.167]
  • 'Turgenev in Scotland', by N G Zekulin in 'Slavonic and East European Review', 14 (1976), pp. 355-370. [P.107]
  • 'An unknown episode in Scoto-Russian relations in the eighteenth century: the order of the Beggar's Benison', by A G Cross in 'Scottish Slavonic Review', 3 (1984), pp. 45-63. [HJ3.856]
  • 'Unner the saltire: anent the lyfe, feats o airms an the daith o Rear Ammeral Tamas Mackenyie', by M Avtushenko in 'CAIRN', 2 (1988), pp. 28-34. [HJ3.1390]
  • 'Valery V Carrick', by F Ashbee in 'History of Photography', vol. 3, no. 2, pp. 10. [HJ6.7]
  • 'The Walter Scott motifs in Nikolay Gogol's story "The lost letter"', by M Altshuller in 'Oxford Slavonic Papers', NS, vol. 22 (1989), pp. 81-88. [NE.956.d]
  • 'William Carrick: a Scots photographer in St Petersburg 1827-1878', by F Ashbee in 'History of Photography', vol. 2, no. 3 (1978) pp. 207-222. [HJ6.7]
  • 'William Carrick and Russian culture', by S Petrov in 'Scottish Slavonic Review', 5 (1985), pp. 72-88. [HJ3.856]
  • 'William Douglas Dick: a Scottish traveller in Russia in 1828', by P Barlow in 'Scottish Slavonic Review', 16 (1991), pp. 23-46. [HJ3.856]
  • 'William Hastie in Russia', by M Korshunova in 'Architectural History', XVII (1974), pp. 14-21 [NJ.297]
  • 'William Hastie, Scottish planner of Russian cities', by A J Schmidt in 'Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society', CXIV (1970), pp. 226-243. [HJ8.862]
  • 'Zamechaniia Sera Dzhona Sinklera [Sinclair] o Rossii', by A G Cross in 'XVIII vek', X (1975), pp. 160-168.

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