GB 231 MS 2293 Typescript copy of Wyllie's Lexicon of Sallust in 4 volumes.
GB 231 MS 3126 Personal papers, publications, and unpublished works of James McLeod Wyllie, 1958 - 1970. The collection comprises copies of pamphlets in the Vision of Truth series (The Barras Seer, 1958 - 1967), including letter to members of the Classical Association concerning Wyllie's epic poem and additional loose sheets referring to its structure, 1959 and n.d. [N.B. The pamphlets in this collection form part of a series typed and duplicated, or printed by Wyllie at his own expense. Their circulation was primarily to members of the Classical Association.]; The Oxford Dictionary Slanders: the Greatest Scandal in the Whole History of Scholarship (1965); The Great Betrayal, or the Failure of Science, parts 1 and 2 (St Andrews, Guernsey: The Barras Seer, 1966 - 1977); parts 3 and 4 duplicated in typescript (1967 - 1977); duplicated copies of letters concerning Wyllie and the Clarendon Press sent by him to the Queen's Private Secretary, the Archbishop of Canterbury's Secretary, the Secretary to the Delegates of the Clarendon Press, Mr R.E. Alton, the Secretary of the Press Council, and the Prime Minister, 1967; Inter os atque offam . The evidence provided by the article ab of changes in the lexicography of the Oxford Latin Dictionary made since 1937 and 1953, selected to illustrate a ... communication for the ... Classical Association at Bangor, 1970; open letter to the Law Lords and to all M.P s concerning Wyllie's differences with Clarendon Press, 1976; article about Wyllie and his beliefs in Island Sun, 18 Aug 1968; letters from J.M. Wyllie to Professor W.S. Watt about his work, with an account of the early history of Bisset's bookshop in Aberdeen and other student memories, 1967 - 1970; advertisment for James G. Bisset Ltd., published to mark the opening of the High Street Branch, Old Aberdeen, c 1970.