Author:Hugh Alexander Macpherson

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Reverend Hugh Alexander Macpherson

British clergyman and naturalist


  • Macpherson, H.A.; Duckworth, William (1886). The Birds of Cumberland critically studied, including some notes on the birds of Westmorland. Carlisle: Chas. Thurnam & Sons.  (external scan)
  • —— (1892). A Vertebrate Fauna of Lakeland: Including Cumberland and Westmorland with Lancashire North of the Sands. Edinburgh: David Douglas.  (external scan)
  • 'Natural History,' in: Partridge. London : Longmans, Green and Co. 1893 (Chapters on 'Shooting' by A.J. Stuart-Wortley and on 'Cookery' by George Saintsbury). (external scan)
  • Butler, Arthur G.; Mathew, Rev. Murray A.; Forbes, Henry O.; Cordeaux, John; Tegetmeier, W.B.; Slater, Rev. Henry H.; Aplin, O.V.; Macpherson, Rev. H.A. (1896). British Birds with their Nests and Eggs. Frohawk, F.W. (ill.). London: Brumby & Clarke.  (in six volumes, published 1896-1898; MacPherson wrote the text about the Order Tubinares in vol. 6). (external scan)
  • —— et al. (1896). Red deer. London: Longmans, Green and Co.  (Chapter on 'Natural History' by Macpherson; chapter on 'Deer-stalking' by Cameron of Lochiel (Donald Cameron of Lochiel (1835–1905)), chapter on 'Stag-hunting' by Viscount Ebrington (Hugh Fortescue, 4th Earl Fortescue), and chapter on 'Cookery' by Alexander Innes Shand). (external scan)
  • —— (1897). A history of fowling: Being an account of the many curious devices by which wild birds are or have been captured in different parts of the world. Edinburgh: D. Douglas.  (external scan)
  • —— (1897). "On the Interbreeding of the Red Grouse (Lagopus Scoticus) and the Black Grouse (Lyrurus tetrix)". The Annals of Scottish Natural History 6 (21): 15–17.  (external scan)

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