Thomas Muir

100 - 102 Crowhill Road Bishopbriggs Gllasgow G64 1RP


“I have devoted myself to the cause of the people.

It is a good cause… It shall ultimately prevail…

It shall finally triumph”

Thomas Muir (Aug 1793)

of Huntershill (1765 – 1799)

Father of Scottish Democracy

Site sponsored by

Limited Edition Subscribers Edition

We will launch Thomas Muir of Huntershill: Essays for the Twenty First Century

at the Kelvin Hall on

Thursday 15th December (6.15pm to 7.45pm), 6.15pm for a 6.45pm start.

Speakers will include Sir Tom Devine, and one or more of the editors.

Light refreshments will be served.

ADMISSION FREE but please book places at: RobertBurnsStudies@glasgow.ac.uk


Essays for the Twenty First Century is a substantial new book.

Several of our colleagues in the Friends of Thomas Muir organisation have prepared significant contributions for the volume. In appreciation of this, people on the Friends circulation list are being offered the chance to buy a de luxe hardback edition of the volume, with colour plates.

Special price of £35.00 (RRP £55)

Books can be collect at the official book launch on the 15th December or from the 16th December onwards at Huntershill Gift Shop, Bishopbriggs G64 1RP.

If you require your book to be posted, this will incur an additional charge.

The expectation is for this limited edition hardback version to become an instant collectible and sought after book.


Your name will be listed on a special Subscribers' Page and your copy will be numbered as part of a limited edition.

No further orders can be taken for the subscribers edition

Book now with printer


Archived page for reference


175 Special Edition ‘Thomas Muir Book of Essays’

we’re ordered, numbered and printed

Paperback edition (illus in black & white only)

Price £19.95 (RRP £30) (ISBN 9781846220517)

Books can be collect from Huntershill Gift Shop, Bishopbriggs G64 1RP

If you require your book to be posted, this will incur an additional charge.

Orders can also be placed after 15th November, but an early order would be appreciated, to ensure that sufficient books are prepared in the first print-run for everyone to receive their copy by 15th December, i.e. in time for Christmas!