By Aonghas Maccoinnich
The payment of the Hebrides is mostly thought of when it comes to the country formation time table. but the world was once topic to successive makes an attempt at plantation, principally missed in old narrative. Aonghas MacCoinnich’s research, Plantation and Civility, explores those plantations opposed to the history of a Lowland-Highland cultural divide and pageant over assets. The Macleod of Lewis extended family, ‘uncivil’, Gaelic Highlanders, have been dispossessed by means of the Lowland, ‘civil,’ Fife Adventurers, 1598-1609. regardless of the cave in of this Lowland Plantation, even though, the recourse to the Mackenzie extended family, usually suggestion a failure of coverage, was once in its place a practical reaction to an intractable challenge. The Mackenzies additionally pursued the civility schedule treating with Dutch companions and warding off their English competitors with a view to boost their plantation.
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18. W. & J. Munro, ‘Monro, Donald (d. in or after 1575), Church of Scotland minister and author,’ odnb, entry no. 18968. The Conditions for Plantation 27 boom in the herring fishery of the fleets of Lowland Scottish burghs in the 1560s, through into the 1590s was based on catches taken from the waters of the west Highlands and the Minch. Rorke linked the growth of the Crown’s interest in the ‘Highland Problem’ with this parallel increase in fisheries from the 1570s onwards. 75 Determined attempts by the Fife Adventurers to wrest the Lordship of Lewis from the Macleods, 1598–1609, were to prove unsuccessful (Chapter 3).
James included Lewis and Skye on his 71 72 ml, ms 591702, 40v-42r. ml, ms 591703, 72r-73v. Highland Papers, ii, 1–68, at 37–49, 62–63. MacCoinnich, ‘Scribis le pen di shenchis,’ 152–153, 171. Ó Baoill & M. Bateman, Gàir nan Clàrsach, 80–81. A. MacCoinnich, ‘Long, fìon agus fine. R. ), Rannsachadh na Gàidhlig 6. Papers read at Rannsachadh na Gàidhlig 6, held at the University of Aberdeen, 23–26 August, 2010 (An Clò Gaidhealach, Obar Dheathain, 2013), 121–175, at 123, 128, 144. For Lord Lorne’s approaches to neighbouring clans see Macinnes, The British Confederate.
MacCoinnich, ‘Dùn Èistean: the historical background, c. 1493 – c. 1700,’ in: R. ), Dùn Èistean: Excavations on a Late-Medieval Clan stronghold (Acair Press, Stornoway, forthcoming, 2015). 2 Chron. Frasers, 40–41. MacCoinnich, ‘Mar Phòr san t-Uisge,’ 214–31. 3 D. e. Western Islands of Scotland by Mr Donald Monro,’ 299–334. Munro, ‘Monro, Donald (d. in or after 1575), Church of Scotland minister and author,’ odnb, entry no. 18968. 4 ‘Rìgh Leòdhais’ used for the chief of Lewis, is found in some of the versions of the song ‘A mhic Iain ’ic Sheumais,’ c.