18. Bibliography

Published Works

Bishop, H.C.W., Kut Prisoner, John Lane, London, n.d.
Borland, Frank, Article in the Presbyterian Messenger, 1942 (article clipped from periodical and undated)
Braddon, Russell, The Siege, Jonathan Cape, London, 1969
Bremner, F., 2nd Battalion Black Watch (Royal Highlanders) Illustrated, Peshawar, India, 1907
Burgess, K., 'Authority Relations and the Division of Labour in British Industry, with Special Reference to Clydeside 1860 1930”, Social History, 11, No.2, 1986
Burnett, J., Useful Toil, Penguin, Harmondsworth, 1977
Bythell, Duncan, The Handloom Weavers: A Study in the English Cotton Industry During the Industrial Revolution, Cambridge, 1969
Cage, R.A. (Ed.), The Working Class in Glasgow, Croom Helm, London, 1987
Chambers's Encyclopaedia: A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge for the People, Vol.IX, Edinburgh, 1877
Cunniston, J. & Gilfillin, J.B.S., The Third statistical Account of Scotland, Glasgow, Collins, Glasgow, 1958
Deane, Phyllis, The First Industrial Revolution, Cambridge, 1967
Fraser, W. & Morris, R.J., People and Society in Scotland: A Social History of Modern Scotland in Three Volumes, Vol.II, 1830 1914, John Donald Ltd. Edinburgh, 1990
Glasgow Post Office Directories 1859/60; 1878/9; 1881/2
Hammond, J.L., The Town Labourer: 1760 1832 The New Civilisation, Vol.1, Guild Books, London, 1949
Hill, C.P., British Economic and Social History 1700 1964, 3rd Edn., Edward Arnold, London, 1970
House, J., Portrait of the Clyde, Robert Hale, London, 1969
International Genealogical Index (1984, 1988, 1994 Editions)
Kelly's Directory of Glasgow 1945
Kennedy, Noah, The Industrialisation of Intelligence, Hyman, 1990
Keogh, Colonel E.G. Ed. The River in the Desert, Wilke & Co., Melbourne, n.d.
Landes,D., “What Do Bosses Really Say” Journal of Economic History XLVI, No.3, 1986
Libby, Robin, Building a Forest Conscience: An Historical Portrait of the Natural Resources Conservation League of Victoria (NRCL) 1944 1990, NRCL, Melbourne, 1991
Lindsay, Maurice, Portrait of Glasgow, Robert Hale, London, 1972
Long, Gavin (1963) The Final Campaigns: Australia in the War of 1939 1945, Canberra, Australian War Memorial
Macmillan, David S., Scotland and Australia 1788 1850: Emigration and Investment, Oxford University Press, London, n.d.
Marshall, Dorothy, Industrial England, Routledge & Kegan Paul, London, 1973
Maslow, Abraham H., Motivation and Personality, Harper and Row, New York, 1954
Millar, Ronald, KUT The Death of an Army, Secher & Warburg, London, 1969
Miller, C., Khyber: British India's North West Frontier, n.d.
Neave, Dorothy L., Remembering Kut, Arthur Barker Ltd., 1937
Oakley, C.A. The Second City, Blackie, Glasgow, n.d.
Rule, J., “The Property of Skill in the Period of Manufacture”, in Joyce, P., The Historical Meanings of Work, 1987
Sandes, Major E.W.C., In Kut and Captivity With the Sixth Indian Division, John Murray, London, 1919
Schofield, Victoria, Every Rock, Every Hill, n.d.
Second Battalion Black Watch Delhi Durbar December 1911, Souvenir Booklet printed for the Battalion in 1912
Smart, Aileen, Villages of Glasgow, Vol.1, John Donald, Edinburgh, 1988
Templeton, W., Millwright and Engineer's Pocket Companion, Simkin, Marshall and Co., London, 1865
Trevelyan, G.M., English Social History, Longmans, London, 1946
Wilkie, Douglas, “A History of Education in the Amherst and Talbot District 1836 1862”, M.Ed.Thesis, Monash University, 1986
Wilson, H.W., & Hammerton, J.A. (Eds.), The Great War: The Standard History of the All Europe Conflict, Volume 7, The Amalgamated Press Limited, London, 1916
Winzeried, A.P., Green Grows Our Garden: A Centennial History of Horticultural Education at Burnley, Hyland House, Melbourne, 1991
Wordsall, Frank, Victorian City, Richard Drew, Glasgow, 1982
Wordsall, Frank, The Glasgow Tenement: A Way of Life, Richard Drew, Glasgow, 1989


Australian Parks, 1967 1969
Charlton Tribune, Friday 29 August 1947
Presbyterian Messenger,1942

Published Government Documents

British Parliamentary Papers, Population, Vol.3
Census of Great Britain, 1841, 22 James Street, Barony, 622 ED.130
Census of Great Britain, 1851, 22 James Street, Calton, Glasgow, 594 ED 22.Sch.42
Census of Great Britain, 1861, 8 William Street, Calton, 644 ED.75 Sch.13
Census of Great Britain, 1871, 101 Greenhead Street, Glasgow, 644 3 ED 108 Sch.43
Census of Great Britain, 1881, 101 Greenhead Street, Glasgow, 644 4 ED 78 Sch.52
Factories Commission Report, British Parliamentary Papers, Report of Evidence taken by James Stuart

Other Official Documents

Birth Certificates:
William Wilkie, 22 April 1860, 8 William Street (Greenhead), Calton, 644 4/529;
Ebenezer Wilkie, 24 January 1862, 8 William Street (Greenhead), Calton, 644 4/182:
William Wilkie, 13 July 1863, 8 William Street, Greenhead, Calton, 644 4/873
Mary Walker Wilkie, 12 August 1865, 68 Canning Street, Bridgeton, 644 4/1358
Ebenezer Wilkie, 6 December 1867, 68 Canning Street, Bridgeton, 644 3/2076
Janet Glen Wilkie, 20 January 1872, 101 Greenhead, Bridgeton, 644 3/201
Conal Alexander Wilkie, 29 November 1869, 101 Greenhead Street, Bridgeton, 644 3/2213
John McKinlay Wilkie, 2 August 1875, 101 Greenhead Street, Calton, 644 4/1031
Alexander James Gilmour Wilkie, 30 May 1882, 101 Greenhead Street, Calton, 644 4/649
Death Certificates:
John Wilkie, 7 March 1863, 22 James Street, Calton, 644 4/207;
William Wilkie, aged 3, 16 February 1863, 8 William Street (Greenhead), Calton, 644 4/143;
Ebenezer Wilkie, aged 3 months, 9 May 1862, 8 William Street (Greenhead), Calton, 644 4/416
Isabella Wilkie, 27 December 1855, 136 Great Hamilton Street, Calton, Glasgow, 644 4/2
Janet Wilkie, 1 November 1859, 22 James Street, Calton, Glasgow, 644 4/854
Ebenezer Wilkie, 23 March 1871, 101 Greenhead Street, Bridgeton, 644 3/509
Marriage Certificates:
William Wilkie/Isabella Mackay, 17 August 1855, Killin, Perth, 361/13, Church of Scotland
William Wilkie/Janet Walker MacKinlay, 9 June 1959, 64 South Wellington Street, Hutchesontown, Glasgow, 644 10/98, United Presbyterian Church

Private letters and documents

A large number of private letters and documents have been used. These were mainly in the possession of Mrs Joyce Wilkie at the time of writing.

This Bibliography does not include a multitude of personal documentary evidence such as personal letters, employment documents, and similar material.