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Mathis, Kate Louise, “Gaelic gemina opera? The verse and prose texts of Saltair na rann and Scél saltrach na rann”, Scottish Gaelic Studies 28 (2011): 1–20.
Pike, Lorna, “Supporting the language, defining the way: Gaelic dictionaries, past, present and future”, Scottish Gaelic Studies 24 (2008): 525–540.
MacCoinnich, Aonghas, “Where and how was Gaelic written in late medieval and early modern Scotland? Orthographic practices and cultural identities”, Scottish Gaelic Studies 24 (2008): 309–356.
Ó Baoill, Colm, “Robert Campbell, forsair Choire an t-Sìth”, Scottish Gaelic Studies 23 (2007): 57–84.
Dumville, David N. [ed.], “Cethri prímchenéla Dáil Riata”, Scottish Gaelic Studies 20 (2000): 170–191.
Ó Macháin, Pádraig, “Sir Walter Scott’s Irish manuscript”, Scottish Gaelic Studies 20 (2000): 147–155.
Arbuthnot, Sharon J., “Fíthal in Cóir anmann”, Scottish Gaelic Studies 20 (2000): 197–200.
Hamp, Eric P., “Easter Ross iad-sa”, Scottish Gaelic Studies 18 (1998): 188.
Hudson, Benjamin T., “The language of the Scottish Chronicle and its European context”, Scottish Gaelic Studies 18 (1998): 57–73.
Sugg, Laura S., “Summary list of items 488 to 576 in the Carmichael-Watson collection”, Scottish Gaelic Studies 18 (1998): 131–165.
Rankin, Robert A., “Place-names in the Comhachag and other similar poems”, Scottish Gaelic Studies 18 (1998): 111–130.
Bosch, Anna R. K., “The syllable in Scottish Gaelic dialect studies”, Scottish Gaelic Studies 18 (1998): 1–22.
Breeze, Andrew, “Common Gaelic básaire ‘executioner’: Middle Scots basare ‘executioner’”, Scottish Gaelic Studies 18 (1998): 186–187.
Campbell, J. L., “Notes on poems by Mac Mhaighstir Alasdair”, Scottish Gaelic Studies 18 (1998): 175–185.
Ó Baoill, Colm, “Caismeachd Ailean nan Sop: towards a definitive text”, Scottish Gaelic Studies 18 (1998): 89–110.
Gowans, Linda, “Sir Uallabh O Còrn: a Hebridean tale of Sir Gawain”, Scottish Gaelic Studies 18 (1998): 23–55.
Tratnik, Dorothee, “Three poems from County Cork in praise of Bobbing John”, Scottish Gaelic Studies 18 (1998): 167–174.
Loughran, Anne, “Ceann dubh díleas / Cuir a chinn dìlis: a group of Irish and Scottish Gaelic songs”, Scottish Gaelic Studies 18 (1998): 75–88.
Dumville, David N., “Cath Fedo Euin”, Scottish Gaelic Studies 17 (1996): 114–127.
Ó Baoill, Colm, “Scotticisms in a manuscript of 1467”, Scottish Gaelic Studies 15 (1988): 122–139.
Hudson, Benjamin T., “Elech and the Scots in Strathclyde”, Scottish Gaelic Studies 15 (1988): 145–149.
Black, Ronald, “The Gaelic Academy. Appendix: the Ingliston papers”, Scottish Gaelic Studies 15 (1988): 103–121.
Ó Macháin, Pádraig, “An Irish manuscript in Edinburgh University Library”, Scottish Gaelic Studies 15 (1988): 98–102.
Ó Baoill, Colm, “Kirk’s Egerton glossary”, Scottish Gaelic Studies 14:2 (1986): 123–127.
Black, Ronald, “The Gaelic Academy: the cultural commitment of the Highland Society of Scotland”, Scottish Gaelic Studies 14:2 (1986): 1–38.
Bannerman, John, and Ronald Black, “A sixteenth-century Gaelic letter”, Scottish Gaelic Studies 13:1 (Autumn, 1978): 56–65.
Dilworth, Mark, “Marianus Scotus: scribe and monastic founder”, Scottish Gaelic Studies 10:2 (1965): 125–148.
Campbell, J. F., “Scottish Gaelic translations of John Ray’s Dictionariolum trilingue”, Scottish Gaelic Studies 9:1 (1961, 1962): 89–90.
Dobbs, Margaret E., “Aedan mac Gabrain”, Scottish Gaelic Studies 7:1 (1951, 1953): 89–93.
Dillon, Myles, “The Trinity College text of Serglige Con Culainn: corrigenda”, Scottish Gaelic Studies 7 (1953): 88.
Dillon, Myles, “The Trinity College text of Serglige Con Culainn”, Scottish Gaelic Studies 6 (1949): 139–175.
Dillon, Myles, “The lamentation of Oilill Ólom”, Scottish Gaelic Studies 6:1 (1947, 1949): 1–10.
Dobbs, Margaret E., “Cé: the Pictish name of a district in eastern Scotland”, Scottish Gaelic Studies 6 (1949): 137–138.
Dobbs, Margaret E., “References to Erc daughter of Loarn in Irish MSS”, Scottish Gaelic Studies 6:1 (1947, 1949): 50–57.
Campbell, J. F., “An early Scottish Gaelic vocabulary”, Scottish Gaelic Studies 5 (1938): 76–93.
Watson, J. Carmichael [tr.], “Mesca Ulad”, Scottish Gaelic Studies 5 (1938): 1–34.
Fraser, John, “The Gaelic notitiae in the Book of Deer”, Scottish Gaelic Studies 5 (1938): 51–66.
Campbell, J. F., “The lost songs of the ‘forty-five’”, Scottish Gaelic Studies 4:1 (1934, 1935): 24–30.
Chadwick, Nora K., “Lug scéith scál find: elegy on Labraid Loingsech”, Scottish Gaelic Studies 4:1 (1934, 1935): 1–17.
Campbell, J. L., “Gaelic MS. 63 of the National Library”, Scottish Gaelic Studies 4:2 (1935, 1935): 70–84, 153–204.
Bergin, O. J., “An address to Aonghus of Islay [Ceannaigh duain t'athar, a Aonghas]”, Scottish Gaelic Studies 4:1 (1934, 1935): 57–69.
Bergin, O. J., “Address to Séamas Mac Aonghais [Bi ad mhosgaladh, a mheic Aonghais]”, Scottish Gaelic Studies 4:2 (1935, 1935): 136–149.
Chadwick, Nora K., “Imbas forosnai”, Scottish Gaelic Studies 4:2 (1935): 97–135.
OʼRahilly, T. F., “Indexes to the Book of the Dean of Lismore”, Scottish Gaelic Studies 4:1 (1934, 1935): 31–56.
Campbell, J. L., “Some notes on the poems of A. MacDonald”, Scottish Gaelic Studies 4:1 (1934, 1935): 18–23.
Grosjean, Paul [ed. and tr.], “A tale of Doomsday Colum Cille should have left untold”, Scottish Gaelic Studies 3 (1929–1931): 73–85, 188–199.
Grosjean, Paul, “The life of St Columba from the Edinburgh MS. (supplementary note)”, Scottish Gaelic Studies 3 (1929–1931): 84–85.
Watson, William J., “Unpublished Gaelic poetry, III”, Scottish Gaelic Studies 2 (1927, 1927–1928): 75–91.
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Grosjean, Paul [ed. and tr.], “The life of St. Columba from the Edinburgh MS.”, Scottish Gaelic Studies 2 (1927–1928): 111–171.

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