The George Beattie Project - A Poet Lost in Time


We gratefully acknowledge the help and guidance of all those who assisted our endeavours,
but particularly the following :

Alison Lindsay and the staff of the National Archives of Scotland;
Helen F. Graham;
Jonathan C. J. Graham;
Hannah H. M. Graham;
Shaun Molloy, Daniel McMullen and Holden Hunter;
Jacqueline McDougall (O'Donnell); 
Christine Sharp and the staff of the Montrose Library;
The staff of the St Cyrus National Nature Reserve;
Colin Easton, Kirsten Cooper, Kirsty Bowie and the staff of the Arbroath Signal Tower Museum;
Aileen Taylor and the staff of the Montrose Museum;
Pam Sangster, Angus Council;
John Duff, Angus Council;
The staff of the Angus Archives;
The staff of the Dundee University Archives;
Richard Watt, Kim Cessford and the staff of the Dundee Courier;
Hannah Messer, Nikki Mitchell and the staff of the Montrose Review;
Brian Forsyth, Stan Mackie and the staff of the Arbroath Herald;
Joe Bowman;
David Patrick;
Ronnie Petrie;
The Royal Burgh of Montrose
The village of St Cyrus



i.  George Beattie, (ed) John O’Arnha: A Tale. To which is added The Murderit Mynstrell and other poems, Alexander Burnett, 1883.

ii.  Andrew (Alexander) Smith, (ed) George Beattie of Montrose: a poet, a humourist, and a man of genius, W. P. Nimmo, 1863. (Public Domain)

iii. Duncan Fraser, (ed) Portrait of a Parish, Standard Press Montrose, 1979.

iv. The Montrose Review, October 1823.



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