Edinburgh, Alexander McGlashan
Edinburgh, Neil Stewart (Neil Stewart's Music Shop), Parliament Square
A K Bell Library, Perth (GB-P)
The GB-P copy at O7 has pp.45-48 of A Collection of Reels bound in at the back, with their page numbers altered by hand to 35-38.
This, McGlashan's first book, includes many strathspeys, with simple, uncompromising four-beat repetitive basses.
23.5 x 34
Alexander 'King McGlashan' (c.1740-1797) was leader in the band of the Edinburgh Assemblies, according to a sales description pasted into a GB-Gu copy. He was described as an editor, violinist, composer and teacher (Baptie; Alburger); and was a popular recitalist, and a teacher of Nathaniel Gow (Glen 1, x). Gore uses the spelling 'MacGlashan'.
GB-DUcl 31956 [Vols.1-3 bound together]
GB-En Glen 236(1); Inglis 184(3) [2 copies]
GB-Gm M8851 / 786.45 
GB-Lbl Music Collections e.265.(1.)
GB-P Be25 (pencil note: '2nd edition')