|1799 Further Report respecting the British Herring Fisheries.
|1849 Fishing boats (Scotland). Extract from Captain Washington's (unfinished) report on the damage caused to
fishing boats on the east coast of Scotland, by the gale of the 19th of August 1848.
|1850 National gallery (Edinburgh). Copies of reports from Mr. J. G. S. Lefevre to the Treasury, respecting the
erection of galleries of art at Edinburgh, and other papers, in explanation of the estimate no. 16, in class IV.
|1857 Fishery Board (Scotland). Copy of reports addressed to the Lords Commissioners of Her Majesty's Treasury
in 1856, or the present year, on the subject of the Fishery Board of Scotland.
|1863 Herring trawling on the coasts of Scotland. Evidence of the Royal Commission on the operation of the acts
relating to trawling for herring on the coasts of Scotland.
|1866 Report of the commissioners appointed to inquire into the sea fisheries of the United Kingdom.
|1870 Report of the commissioners appointed by the Lords Commissioners of Her Majesty's Treasury to inquire
into certain civil departments in Scotland, with evidence, and other papers connected with the subject of the
inquiry, and index.
|1878 Report on the herring fisheries of Scotland by Frank Buckland, Esq., and Spencer Walpole, Esq. (inspectors
of salmon fisheries for England and Wales); and Archibald Young, Esq., Advocate (commissioner of Scotch salmon
|1881 Report from the Select Committee on Herring Brand (Scotland); together with the proceedings of the
committee, minutes of evidence, and appendix.
|1884 Report from the Select Committee on Harbour Accommodation; together with the proceedings of the committee,
minutes of evidence, and appendix.
|1884 Trawl net and beam trawl fishing. Report of the commissioners appointed to inquire and report upon the
complaints that have been made by line and drift net fishermen of injuries sustained by them in their calling
|1888 Scotch herring trade. Reports from Her Majesty's diplomatic and consular officers abroad on the subject
of the best means of increasing the demand in foreign countries for Scotch-cured herrings and other fish. 1st
|1890 Report by Mr James Johnston and Mr William Anderson Smith, of their proceedings as a deputation from the
Fishery Board for Scotland to the continent, to inquire into the working of the new branding regulations.
|1899 Reports obtained by the foreign office on the state of the markets for Scottish-Cured herrings on the
continent and in the United States of America.
|1902 North Sea fishery investigations. Reports of the British delegates attending the international conferences,
held at Stockholm, Christiania, and Copenhagen, with respect to fishery and hydrographical investigations in the
|1914 Scottish Departmental Committee on the North Sea Fishing Industry. Report of the Scottish Departmental
Committee on the North Sea Fishing Industry appointed by the secretary for Scotland