New Gaelic Dictionary: First Part just published by W. R. McPhun, December 1829
In the Herald, 4th of December 1829, page three, is an advertisement for the First Part of a Dictionary of the Gaelic Language, “containing more words than the Quarto Dictionaries, with their significations and various meanings in English, illustrated occasionally by suitable examples and phrases, and etymological Remarks by the REV. DR. McLEOD, of Campsie, AND THE REV. DR. DEWAR, of Glasgow. Dedicated to His Grace the Duke of Gordon.”
It was sold for one shilling. McPhun also had for sale: No. 8 of Macleod’s Gaelic Messenger; and No. 4 of Dewar’s Gaelic Sermons. They were on sale at sixpence each.